Brown University Library
About love and leave-taking
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Corrected galley proof, correspondence, photocopy of final book, watercolor & ink layout for jacket, ink paste-up with separations for jacket, paste-up for jacket with type position, ink paste-ups with separation
Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center
Papers and photographs of Paul E. Grindrod, a private in Company I, 423rd Infantry Regiment during World War II who was taken prisoner during the Battle of the Bulge. The majority of the collection consists of letters Grindrod wrote to his girlfriend, Mary Jane Hupfer. These letters began during his basic training at Camp Haan, California and continue through his arrival in Europe in October 1944 and describe his impressions of military life. The letters abruptly stopped at the end of November corresponding with his deployment into the field and his participation in the Battle of the Bulge. A letter in April revealed that he had been liberated and was recuperating in Allied Hospitals. The final run of letters were written in the summer of 1945 as he recovered at O'Reilly General Hospital, Missouri. These last letters showed his eagerness to be released and reunited with his wife as Grindrod and Hupfer were married during his furlough in August 1945. Also included is a diary, with ... Read More
Central Michigan University - Clarke Historical Library
Family papers, 1922-1927, 2002, include: love letters, postcards, notes, and telegrams sent between Kenneth Blass and Marie F. Kleiner during their courtship. The original materials, 1922-1927, transcripts of the materials, and press releases about the collection, 2002, are included. In his letterss from Sept. 29, 1924 through June 7, 1927, Kenneth writes Marie often about the Detroit and MIchigan Ku Klux Klan, the aims and views of the organiztaion, and his attending Klan events, dances, parades, and speeches. By 1926 he was apparently a member. He tried unsuccessfully to get her to agree with and vote for Klan ideas and ballot issues, and to join the women's Klan organizations
Central Michigan University - Clarke Historical Library
Collection includes a cassette tape of Bell Hooks speaking at Warriner Auditorium at Central Michigan University (CMU) on Sept. 16, 1992, and answering questions after her speech entitled "Revolution of values: ending domination". In her speech, hooks talks about her first integrated high school reunion, which caused her to remember being forced to integrate into a white school, the problems and issues that were involved in the process, and her friendship with a white boy and his family. She decries capitalism, fear in our culture, racism and materialism. Also in her speech, hooks quotes the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., whom she respects, and Alice Walker, whom she does not. Also included in the collection is a newspaper article about the speech from CMLife (2 pp.), and biographical information on hooks from the internet (2 pp.). CMU libraries have many of her books
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Chiefly letters written by Chadick's friends and relatives during war years. Most are of personal nature, but several are from fellow soldiers stationed in Virginia, including James Fleming with the 5th Alabama Infantry Regiment, camped in Newmarket Valley, Va. (1864). There are brief references to the Battle of Bethel Church (1861), the capture of Winchester by Captain Ewell, and Yankee prisoners held in tobacco factories in Richmond, Va. (1861). Other references are to marriage and courtship, social life in Richmond. Included in collection: cartoon broadside on "fishing for a wife" with personal names written in; poem on human and Christian love written on stationery from N.C. Military Institute in Charlotte; last will and testament of Eliza L. Chrenshaw (1848), and sale of goods from Martha Chadick estate, with purchasers' names and prices (1858)
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Incomplete, corrected, carbon typescript
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Typescript, galley proof
University of Oregon - Archives of Northwest Folklore
Rachel Faught was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore fieldwork project.