Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, personal as well as that with readers of Kilpatrick's syndicated column and viewers of Agronsky and Company (1977-1984); mss. of columns; and mss., correspondence, and other material, relating to Kilpatrick's books, including The Foxes' Union (1977), A Political Bestiary (1978), The American South: Four Seasons of the Land (1980), and The American South: Towns and Cities (1982); audio tapes of Agronsky and Company (1981-1985); and video cassette (1982) relating to Vietnam War Memorial, Washington, D.C. Topics include federal bureaucracy, big business, conservation, conservatism, constitutional interpretation, crime, the economy, education, presidential elections of 1976, 1980, and 1984, energy, Equal Rights Amendment, health care, labor, laetrile, legal services, nuclear power, politics, postal service, race relations, the Supreme Court, taxation, veterans, and welfare
University of Washington Libraries,-- University Archives
Correspondence, speeches, writings, conference and convention files, subject files, and clippings, relating to Ahlers's work in teaching, professional associations, and public service work. Includes material relating to American Association of School Librarians and Washington State Office of Public Instruction, as well as to library standards and federal aid to libraries
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, including letters containing passages in Norwegian, brochures, account books, certificates, legislative handbooks, and photos, relating to Rogness's activities as township official, state legislator (1919-1921), membership in local civic organizations, and interests in state education. Correspondents include Fred C. Christopherson, P.M. Glasoe, and Doane Robinson
Archives of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, Episcopal Diocesan Center
Papers concerning Beckwith's rectorship of All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel County, Md.,1856-1861, and affairs of the Diocese of Georgia. Subjects include Beckwith's ministry to slaves and the poor in All Hallows Parish, his school there, a dispute over vestry powers, and relations with the Methodists. Other papers concern his transfer to Mississippi, 1861; election as Bishop of Georgia, 1867; and business of the diocese, including clergy matters
Archives of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, Episcopal Diocesan Center
These papers are chiefly correspondence with Bishop William Rollinson Whittingham, of Maryland, relating to the Diocese of Wisconsin. Subjects include clergy matters, High and Low Church controversies, the affairs of Kemper Hall, the bishop's support of the Freedmans' Commission after the Civil War, The Church Register, and tributes to Armitage by other correspondents
Bluefield State College
Materials include administrative memos (1981-1983); minutes (1978-1980); audit reports (1978-1980); grant application for energy conservation measures (1980); civil action against the State Board of Education, Lincoln County Board of Education, and others (1982); literary book by Oakvale High School, Oakvale W. Va. (1982); report on energy conservation for Princeton High School and Bluefield High School (1982); plan for educational excellence (1984); K-12 course offerings; and job descriptions (1982)
Frankenmuth Historical Association
School yearbooks including photographs of students and advertisements of local businesses
New Jersey State Archives
Centre Township formed from Union township 1855; part to Haddon Heights borough, 1904; part to Magnolia borough, 1915, and other boroughs 1917-1925; part to Gloucester City, 1925 and other boroughs, 1926; remainder to Lawnside borough in 1926
Brooks Memorial Library
Manuscript about education in Brattleboro, Vt
College of St. Thomas Library
Correspondence and other documents, chiefly relating to Schumacher's presidency of College of St. Thomas, Saint Paul, Minn. (1928-1933)