Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Photo prints and accompanying documentation detailing various Oregon sites investigated by the State Historic Preservation Office of the Parks and Recreation Department, the Oregon Department of Transportation, and related reports. The Oregon Historical Society serves as one of two state repositories for these materials, most of which are part of the Historic American Building Survey (HABS) and the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER), a program of the National Parks Service.
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers (1794-1835) of Stephen Phillips (1764-1838) contain ships' papers, including correspondence, insurance papers, account books, and other records, of and relating to vessels owned or mastered by Phillips; shipping and business papers, consisting of documents pertaining to ships, prices in foreign ports, manufacture of opium and other products in India, shipbuilding, and other subjects; and personal and civic papers, chiefly relating to the building of his house and pew rental at Independent Congregational Church at Barton Square (Unitarian Congregational). Papers (1820-1856) of Stephen Clarendon Phillips (1801-1857) include ships' papers (1820-1849) containing correspondence, account books, protests, and other papers, relating to whaling voyages of ships Elizabeth, Emerald, and Sapphire, and brig Malay, gale damage received by the ship St. Paul, and other subjects; shipping and business papers (1820-1856) including ships' papers, documentation of miscellaneous financial ... Read More
Arkansas History Commission
Letter, brochure, quarterly report, pamphlet, and newsclipping, relating to the work of the National Council for Historic Sites and Buildings. Persons represented include director Frederick L. Rath
Thomas Balch Library
This collection consists of 36 photographs taken by Henry H. Douglas and William Edmund Barrett. It is divided into two series by photographer, after which it is arranged chronologically. The first series consist of 26 3.5 x 5 inch black and white photographs; the second series contains 10 8 x10 inch black and white photographs. Negatives of three photographs from the first series are also included. Photograph titles are taken from the verso of the images, where supplied by the photographer. The photographs were taken for "Echoes of Time," the newsletter of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Pioneer America Society. Most, but not all, were eventually published in the newsletter
Gettysburg National Military Park
Photograph albums (photographs attached to albums with glue) and one index -- Photographs documenting the monuments and markers, results of a storm on the park (30 Sept. 1896), and volumes showing work done by the Gettysburg National Park Commission on the battlefield
Guilford Free Library
Loose-leaf notebook containing correspondence, drawings, floor plans, photographs, and other materials relating to the purchase and restoration of the Hyland House (also called Hyland House Museum or Hyland/Hiland-Wildman House), owned and operated by Dorothy Whitfield Historic Society, Guilford, Conn -- Includes letter (1916 May 13) discussing the history of the ownership of the house, beginning with George Hyland; addresses on the subject of the house delivered at meetings of the Dorothy Whitfield Historic Society; and architectural studies of the building. The house was built (1690-1710) and scheduled for demolition in 1916 when it was purchased by the society and turned into a historical museum
Guilford Free Library
Inventory on Connecticut Historical Commission survey sheets of 450 buildings built before World War II, of architectural and historical importance in Guilford, Conn., arranged by street address with photocopies of the buildings on each sheet -- Includes essays by Susan L. Darling ("Historical Background") and Elizabeth Mills Brown ("Architectural Development") and indices by name and date of building
Municipal Archives & Records Center
Correspondence, reports, and booklets, reflecting Dupuis's tenure as mayor -- Subjects include his involvement with the 1973 energy crisis, redevelopment of Pine Island Park, plans for the restoration of city hall spires, the development of a Latin American cultural and social center, a federal grant received to study flooding in Manchester, identifying historical sites, buildings, and wetlands, and do soil studies, construction projects such as the building of West Side Ice Arena, bridges, and apartment buildings for senior citizens, and the development of a new mass transit system
Nevada Historical Society
Scrapbook, compiled by Strong, containing newspaper clippings and other printed materials relating to efforts by the Nevada Heritage Association and other groups active in restoring locomotives, trains, and rail lines of the Virginia and Truckee Railroad in western Nevada; activities of the Silver City, Nev., Volunteer Fire Dept.; and political matters in Silver City, Dayton, and Lyon County, Nev
North Carolina Division of Archives and History-- Archives and Records Section
General records, correspondence, records relating to tours, miscellaneous records, scrapbooks, membership card file, constitution and by-laws (1982), tax exempt organization status documents, and other records of the society organized to encourage interest in North Carolina history through the teaching of history at the local level and through tours of historic sites and the collection and preservation of materials illustrative of the history of North Carolina


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