University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Paper of Frederick J. Ruegsegger (1920- ) assistant to Avery Brundage (1950-75), including correspondence, documents, notes, newspaper and magazine articles, audiotapes and film concerning the Olympic Games, including the controversy over South Africa's participation (1968) and the killing of eleven members of the Israeli team (1972); the International Olympic Committee, (1965-75), including audiotapes of meetings of the IOC, the Executive Committee, and the Executive Board (1969-72); management and sale of Brundage's real estate and mining properties in Chicago, Santa Barbara, Montecito, Calif., and Nevada, including the La Salle Hotel (Chicago ) and the Montecito Country Club; Brundage's investments; Brundage's 80th birthday celebration (1967), Brundage's marriage to Mariann Princess Reuss (1973-75), and dispute with other executors over Avery Brundage's estate (1975-78). Significant correspondents include Avery Brundage, Frances M. Blakely, Beatrice G. Thompson, ... Read More
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
The collection consists primarily of architectural drawings created by Nims. These include plans for residences and buildings in Florida, Louisiana, New York, Costa Rica, and several countries in the Caribbean, among other locations. South Florida cities such as Miami, Key Biscayne, and Coconut Grove are well represented. The collection also includes motel and hotel designs for Howard Johnson, Marriott, and other corporations. A small number of newspaper clippings and photographs are also included
University of Wisconsin, Stout
Financial record books of the hotel and tavern owned by David Stori, including a cash book, 1897-1911, recording income and expenditures; and an account book, 1886-1901, recording accounts of individual tavern patrons detailing date, type and quantity of drink purchased, and price. There are also miscellaneous loose financial records
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Stock certificates -- Certificates for the Hotel Escambia Company and the Citizens Hotel Company of Pensacola. This ephemera collection documents the commercial development of Pensacola
Senator John Heinz History Center
Papers include accounts of business transactions, listed by patron name at the Sign of Crossed Keys Inn in Pittsburgh, Pa., included is informations on the items purchased, primarily whiskey, other alcohol, food and tobacco, and when the account was paid
Senator John Heinz History Center
Photo album includes black and white images of the towns of Harmony, Zelienople and surrounding areas, depicting hotels, cemeteries, buildings, constructed by the Harmony Society, churches and sites where significant events occurred. The album was compiled in 1930 by Dr. Arthur I. Stewart, who provided commentary and historical notes and probably did the photography. Also included are loose photographs, c1890, of Harmony
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
This series contains a selection of memorabilia and ephemera collected or produced by William Pahlmann pertaining to hotels, restaurants and clubs. Some of the work is by Pahlmann's office and some collected by Pahlmann for comparative purposes or inspiration. The series includes menus, brochures, design sketches for logos and sinage, postcard views, and magazine clippings. Some of the items are unusuals, such a a menu printed on a folding paper fan for Japan Air Lines, a miniature sewing kit for hotel guests, specially designed matchbook covers, Pahlmann-designed paper napkins for the Zum Zum restaurant, and an information packet given to patrons of the Playboy Club in New York. The menus give a picture of high-end and medium-priced restaurant cuisine of the late 1950s and early 1960s, with price levels
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The collection consists of a database, created by Larry R. Paul, of over 20,000 hotels operating in the United States during the 17th century up to the year 2000, although it includes some details on more recent changes to buildings. The majority of information included is on hotels established during the 20th century. Modern standardized chain hotels and early motels or auto courts are not included in the database, although older individual hotels later acquired by national chain operations are
Washington State University - Holland Library
Record of hotel, apparently at Vancouver, Wash
Washington State University - Holland Library
Company documents, legal records, financial records, reports manuals, meeting records, photographs, motion pictures, recordings, advertising matter, publications, restaurant menus, and objects assembled by the company archivist, J. William Keithan, from 1975 to 1996. Materials are of record series of two general types: "corporate" documents which relate to the firm, and "properties" documents, which relate to individual hotels managed or owned by the firm