University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence, campaign material, newsletters, notes, and taped interview with DeLacy, relating to his activities as English instructor and union activist (1933-1937), Seattle City councilman (1938-1940), machinist (1942-1944), congressman (1945-1947), organizer for Progressive Party and Ohio State director for the Progressive Party; together with two autobiographies describing his early life and experiences as a congressman, and writings and class notes resulting from his study of philosophy as a graduate student at San Fernando Valley State College in the late 1960s and 1970s
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Civilian certificates, including American Bar Association, March of Dimes National Foundation, and Winthrop College, relating to Thrumond's activities in public life; together with military certificates, including Reserve Officers Association of the U.S. and Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S., relating to his military service during World War II and after and his membership in military organizations
Sheldon Museum Research Center
Chiefly diaries and other papers of James Madison Slade, Jr. (1843-1899), lawyer, politician, state legislator, and judge, relating to daily personal, political, and business affairs; correspondence, notes, business papers, and speeches, of his grandfather, William Slade, Jr. (1786-1859), U.S. representative (1831-1843) and governor of Vermont (1844-1846) including materials concerning his bookshop and days as a law student in Middlebury; and diary (1 v., 1776) of his great-grandfather, William Slade, of Cornwall, Vt., kept while he was prisoner on a British prison ship during the American Revolution. Persons represented include Edward Downing
University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence, legislative working files, campaign material, speeches, and case, project, trip, and subject files; together with committee files, relating to Meeds's work on the House Commission on Administrative Review; Committee on Education and Labor; Select Committee on Ethics; Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on Indian Affairs and Public Lands; Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on General Oversight and Alaska Lands; and American Indian Policy Review Commission
Rutgers University Libraries
Personal correspondence, business papers, accounts, and estate records (1831-1884 and undated); correspondence (1866-1868) as governor of New Jersey; papers relating to Republican National Convention of 1864 in Baltimore, Md., including draft of nominating speech for Abraham Lincoln; correspondence and other papers (1850-1883 and undated) relating to veterans' affairs; papers (1839-1915) of Moses, Lydia L., and Marcus Ward, Jr.; miscellany (1750, 1832-1910, and undated); clippings (1850-1907 and undated); and printed matter (1840-1925 and undated)
New Hampshire Historical Society
Correspondence and printed material, chiefly pertaining to the 83rd Congress, 1953-1954, including letters and requests from constituents and material on the work of the Senate committees on Post Office and Civil Service, Public Works, and Labor and Public Welfare, and particularly on the revision of the Taft-Hartley Act -- Includes Republican Party material relating to Upton's campaign for governor (1952), 1960 Republican National Convention, and Nelson A. Rockefeller's 1964 presidential primary campaign; and correspondence and records of the Mixed Board for Clemency and Parole of War Prisoners, Bonn, Germany, on which Upton served (1955-1956)
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Correspondence, deeds and indentures, genealogical records, commissions, printed material, and other papers. Papers of George Read relate chiefly to his activities during the American Revolution and his law practice in New Castle, Del. Includes a journal containing memoranda (1782-1784) kept by James Read as secretary of the Continental Congress Marine Committee and a record of his personal accounts (1794-1812). Papers of John Read include a notebook (1809-1818) of correspondence and memoranda which he kept as secretary of the Asylum Company, a land company of Philadelphia, Pa. Those of John Meredith Read pertain primarily to his involvement in Pennsylvania state politics, and papers of John Meredith Read, Jr., include correspondence and genealogical material pertaining to his book about Henry Hudson, correspondence regarding the sale of Read's collection of Robert Morris papers, and English legal documents (1568-1696, n.d.) from his ms. collection
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Congressional files from 86th through 95th Congresses
University of Mississippi
The Ross A. Collins Collection consists of two boxes. Box 1 primarily contains copies of correspondence regarding Collins's role in the 1930 Library of Congress purchase of the Vollbehr Collection of Incunabula. Collins sponsored the legislation necessary for the $1,500,000 payment to German book dealer Otto Heinrich Friedrich Vollbehr for 3,000 books printed before 1500. Box 2 contains a scrapbook maintained by Collins that includes numerous inscribed photographs of presidents, congressmen, administrators, military men, businessmen, and inventors
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, genealogical materials, wills, deeds, notes, military records, sermons, vital records (taken from town records, grave sites, and church records), postcards, photos, drawings, and other papers, chiefly relating to Abbot's genealogical research on the Abbot, Dane, Fiske, Hale, Harris, Larcom, Woodbury, and 14 other families, of Wilton, N.H., Beverly, Mass., and other New England towns. Includes political papers of Nathan Dane (1752-1835), state legislator, judge, and member of Continental Congress, of Beverly, Mass.; papers of the Larcom family, also of Beverly, including slave records of Abbot's ancestor, David Larcom (1701-1775), shipping documents of merchant Henry Larcom (1777-1862), and poems written by Henry Larcom's daughter, mother of William Abbot, Fanny (Larcom) Abbot (1807-1883); records (1833-1834) of Dane Street Congregational Church in Beverly; materials concerning dissension between the Congregationalists and Unitarians throughout New England, particularly ... Read More


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