Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Second Addition: The 1997-1998 addition to the Eliot Glassheim Papers consists of various papers, memos, and letters regarding his service on the Grand Forks City Council. Much of the content deals with various aspects of the Flood of '97. This includes letters and memos to both Eliot Glassheim and Mayor Pat Owens, as well as papers from various committees that were assembled to deal with the Flood and its effects on the city of Grand Forks. There are many various papers from the Office of Urban Development regarding response, recovery, and protection against the Flood and any future floods. There is also a folder containing pictures and papers regarding the Falconer family of Grand Forks County; the connection to Eliot Glassheim is unknown
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Includes newspapers; Jewish Youth Council, AZA Council, and BBYO meeting minutes (all from the Milwaukee area); pictures; banner; correspondence; meeting reports; and information on leadership training
US Army Heritage and Education Center
This collection consists of the text of a lecture given in 1943 by Major General Alexander McCarrell Patch entitled Some thoughts on leadership
US Army Heritage and Education Center
The papers consist of a memoir written by Robert B. Arvin describing his United States (U.S.) Army service with E Troop, 1st Cavalry Regiment, 11th Light Infantry Brigade in Hawaii and Vietnam from July 1966 to January 1969. In the memoir, Arvin discusses his decision to enlist, his training and life in Hawaii, the organization of his unit, its equipment, and preparations to deploy to Vietnam. He talks about military leadership, in particular his first sergeant (First Sergeant Vasquez). He shares several stories of causing trouble, especially when drinking, and how he was assigned extra duties as punishment for his behavior. Arvin describes "Bronco Base" (Landing Zone [LZ] Bronco) and Duc Pho, Vietnam; his living arrangements; C-rations and other food; and coping with fear and boredom while in Vietnam. He discusses search and destroy missions and duty guarding bridges, escorting Soldiers, and supporting the infantry. He describes close calls that he had in Vietnam, and the loss of ... Read More
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following type of materials: questionnaires
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following types of materials: correspondence, clippings, newspapers, magazines
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai - Gustave L. and Janet W. Levy Library
This series includes packets from the Leadership Development Institutes that were held at Mount Sinai as well as earlier conferences. This initiative involved the Studer Group as outside consultants to run the programs
University of Texas Libraries
Correspondence, speeches, interviews, newspaper clippings, printed materials, financial records, maps, charts, and reports document the political career of Sam Rayburn -- The bulk is correspondence from government officials and constituents. Correspondents include Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Hubert H. Humphrey, Adlai E. Stevenson, and John W. McCormack. A small portion comprises Rayburn family correspondence
New York University Libraries
The John Brademas Congressional Papers, 1948-1981 (bulk 1958-1981), document the twenty-two year congressional career of John Brademas. Consisting of 229.5 linear feet of records, the papers contain correspondence, legislative files, reports, bills, clippings, campaign literature, audiovisual material and other files. Although some material pertains to years prior to his election in 1958, the bulk of material centers on his eleven terms in the U.S. Congress. The majority of the Brademas Papers consists of the Congressman's Washington office files, covering virtually all aspects of his legislative, political, administrative, and public relations activities. The collection is particularly strong in the areas of education, arts, and humanities. Foreign affairs, especially relations with Greece, Turkey, and Cyprus, is also represented. District office files are represented in the constituent services series