Scope and Contents Copies of the monthly The Illini Worker, subtitled our thoughts, our publication, our problems, giving information on budgets, salaries, wages, credit union, employee news items, employee organizations, retirement, union relations, university policies and rules and summaries of the minutes of employee meetings. Begun in January, 1946, it discontinued publication in December, 1951. It was succeeded by Campus Pathways (R.S. 29/1/0/5), a publication for all employees of the University Civil Service System of Illinois.
Correspondence (undated and 1892-1936), photographs (1879-1930s), lecture notes (1900-1908), essays, article manuscripts (1906-1910, 1933-1936), newspaper clippings (1900-1927), scrapbooks (1914-1930s), radio scripts (1928, 1933), editorials (ca. 1921-1935), income tax forms (1919-1936), pamphlets, flyers, bills, minutes, and printed matter related to the life and career of a Minneapolis medical professor, socialist politician, and leader of the eugenics movement in Minnesota
The George E. Schilling papers consists of his passport as a United States civil servant in Brazil, a certificate appointing Schilling as the treasurer of Tarlac Province, Philippines, and diplomas for bachelor's and master's degrees
Correspondence, reports, tax and other financial records, legislation, licenses, speeches, regulations, and legal records documenting the activities of government at the state, county, and local levels -- Topics documented in this grouping include actions of the Maryland General Assembly; laws and ordinances; taxes; reports of various officeholders and state and local agencies; appointments and resignations of officials; payment of bills; provision of services; hospital inspections; burial of paupers; and litigation involving state and local jurisdictions. Individuals represented among these records include Charles Carroll, Charles Benedict Calvert, Augustus W. Bradford, Ferdinand C. Latrobe, William Paca, John Schley, Thomas Watkins Ligon, Oden Bowie, and John Eager Howard
The papers are comprised of correspondence, both personal and business, photographs, notebooks and pharmaceutical pamphlets. Correspondents include Henry and Clara Ford. Photographs are mostly unidentified and unsorted
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of the papers of William Franklin Jenkins and his family from 1868-1967. The papers include correspondence, manuscripts, notes, poems, printed materials, notebooks, and a scrapbook. The correspondence concerns law, Eatonton, Georgia, Jenkins' poetry, and the public response to Afterthoughts. Manuscripts are of articles and addresses; notes are for speeches; printed materials include articles by and about Jenkins; the scrapbook was compiled by Jenkins as a boy; poems are by Jenkins; photographs are of the Jenkins family, Jenkins's swearing-in ceremony with Governor Eugene Talmadge, and his Eatonton home. The family papers include correspondence, ledger books, notebooks, photographs, and printed material. The correspondence is primarily addressed to W. Frank Jenkins, Sr. and relates to his work as a lawyer and judge in Putnam County. Also included is personal correspondence to and from his wife and children. The ledger books belonged to W. Frank Jenkins, Sr. and ... Read More