Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence; scrapbooks; photographs; clippings; and catalogs, much of it relating to Marsden Hartley
University of Iowa
The papers of Louis Kehoe consist primarily of manuscripts and clippings of his columns written for Washington, Iowa's Evening Journal. The subjects range from Iowa law and politics to legal reform and trials. There is also information regarding Kehoe's two failed campaigns for political office
University of Iowa
The papers of Fred Dickinson Letts document each phase of his career as an attorney, district court judge, and Republican Congressman from Iowa. Included are family papers such as mortgages and deeds; speeches; court decisions; and scrapbooks. Correspondence files include letters from: James W. Bollinger, Lester Jesse Dickinson, T. Henry Foster, Merritt C. Speidel, and Dan W. Turner
University of Iowa
This small collection of papers consists primarily of speeches given by Judge Smith and poetry which he both collected and/or wrote himself. The speeches concern legal, ethical, and political topics
University of Iowa
This collection is primarily the correspondence of Rutledge and a few reports regarding the routine business of participation in the Iowa Law Review, the American Bar Association, bar admissions, the Iowa Law School Association, the Association of American Law Schools, and the American Law Institute. The material is dated 1923 to 1944, encompassing a broader range than Rutledge's deanship at Iowa
University of Iowa
Biographical information, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and writings including a biography of the Morgan family, children's stories, and a 1993 draft of a play entitled One of us, in which Sackett dramatized her recollections of her teenage years in Pocahontas, Iowa, and her acquaintance with classmate Robert Hansen. Hansen was later convicted of several killings in Anchorage, Alaska, as recounted in the book, Butcher, baker: a true account of a serial murderer
University of Iowa
The papers of James Bromwell consist of subject files, correspondence, and campaign files relating to his political career with emphasis on agriculture, civil rights, education, politics, postal service, Republican Party in Iowa, and taxation. Correspondents include Robert Knowlton Beck, Gerald Bogan, Norman A. Erbe, John M. Henry, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, Robert D. Ray, and Fred Schwengel
University of Iowa
The papers of Thomas J. Bray reflect his political concerns and personal life. A biographical sketch of Bray (written by his daughter) along with photographs and clippings document his life. While Bray's speeches on topics ranging from Albert Cummins and Theodore Roosevelt to farming and Oskaloosa, Iowa, combine with correspondence from such Iowa politicians as Karl M. LeCompte, Jack Miller, and Dan Turner to show Bray's political leanings
University of Iowa
The collection contains correspondence, speeches, photographs, typescripts, clippings, biographical materials, congressional records, etc
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains Thomas Seddon Taliaferro's personal and business correspondence (including correspondence concerning Taliaferro's law practice and the Rock Springs Grazing Association) and financial files from Taliaferro's law practice. Taliaferro's legal claim files (which contain correspondence, financial documents, clippings, and legal documents), speeches presented by Taliaferro, a few sheep certificates, and a few clippings concerning Taliaferro are in this collection as well