Chicago History Museum-- Research Center
Correspondence, minutes, memoranda, reports, announcements, maps, surveys, financial records, phonograph records, newsclippings, and other administrative files of the Chicago Boys and Girls Club's central office, primarily relative to fundraising, policy making, expansion and equipping of the neighborhood Boys and Girls Clubs, and coordination of their activities. Topics include recreation and team and individual sports; camping at Camp Lucerne and Winona Lake Camp in Indiana and Kemah-Crane Camp in Wisconsin; juvenile delinquency, gangs, social group work; race relations; cooperation with other social service organizations, particularly the YMCA, the Chicago Area Project (1930s), and the Chicago Council of Social Agencies (later the Welfare Council of Metropolitan Chicago); neighborhood needs assessments, and in the 1960s, participation in federal anti-poverty programs. Correspondents include administrators of CBGC, particularly John H. Witter, Irving Rudolph, Joseph N. Clemens, and ... Read More
South Carolina Historical Society
The most significant portion of the papers consists of correspondence (1909-1971) relating to many aspects of Stoney's personal and family life and legal and political careers -- Also includes case records, including papers pertaining to the sale of Social Hall, The Bluff, and Airy Hall plantations (1920s-1930s); documents (including reports, newsletters, clippings, and other material) pertaining to Stoney's educational, political, social, and fraternal memberships and affiliations. Organizations represented include Porter Military Academy, University of the South (Sewanee, Tenn.), University of South Carolina (especially in regard to the football program), Charleston Chamber of Commerce, Charleston Athletic Club, and several Episcopal churches. Plantation and farm records (1939-1971) include financial and property records pertaining to a farm in Ladson, S.C., and Kensington Plantation. Also included are the papers of Beverly Means DuBose Stoney (Mrs. Thomas P. Stoney), Randell Croft ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence; writings; legal, financial, and printed matter; lists of Jews in Texas; scrapbooks; and other materials, relating to Adams's business and philanthropic activities and interests. Topics include Jewish relief organizations and refugee and migration movements. Persons and organizations represented include J.K. Hexter, Herbert Marcus, Dallas Little Theatre, Galveston Community Chest, Southwest Campaign Bureau, and United Jewish Campaign
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, administrative records, minutes, reports, financial records, clippings, scrapbooks, and other papers, the bulk of which relates to the preventorium's formation and its activities through the 1930s. Includes documentation of the agency's role in the local fight against tuberculosis during World War I and its fund drives during the 1920s and 1930s
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, bylaws, histories, minutes, and other records, relating to Jewish culture, support for Israel, Naʻamat USA (earlier name: Pioneer Women), and fund raising events
Frankenmuth Historical Association
Leaflet titled 125th Anniversary Historical-Heritage Fund Campaign, Frankenmuth, Michigan, May 1970, relating to a fund drive for establishing a museum (Frankenmuth Historical Museum) and Heritage Park in Frankenmuth -- Includes information on the fund campaign commemorating the 125 year anniversary of the first settlement in Frankenmuth and photos of members of the campaign committee. Includes photograph of Lorenz C. List, chairman of the local fund drive committee
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Scrapbooks including minutes, lists of members, and financial records; reports of chamber committees; correspondence relating to road conditions, fund raising for Grace-New Haven Community Hospital, and other concerns; printed materials; and other records
Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
Describes his efforts as a member of the SWP to raise funds to support the Montgomery boycott. Comments on Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and theorizes about their assassinations. Discusses the Party's philosophy and its efforts to gain Black party members. Interviewer: Robert Wright
Historical Society of Cheshire County Library
Minutes, annual and monthly financial statements, campaign materials for Keene, N.H., and Brattleboro, Vt., scrapbooks, annual reports, information relating to agencies and participants, and subject files
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Photographs of the Waisman family; including Morris and Rachel, who owned a bookstore and lunch counter in the 1920s; a photograph of a youth group of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation (at the time the Milwaukee Jewish Welfare Fund); and a photo album/scrapbook honoring Mary Waisman as campaign chairman (1964-1965)


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