Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Reminiscence, letters, notebooks, and diary entries -- Collection contains a reminiscence (1867) concerning Louis Maillet's trip from Deer Lodge, Mont., to St. Louis, Mo., in 1861. Also included in collection is correspondence (1893-1906, some in French) primarily between Maillet and his sons. Louis's letters decribe his business interests, finances, health, and conditions in Butte and St. Hyacinthe, Québec. Herbert's letters, written from Paris and Butte, describe difficulties of establishing a medical practice. In addition there is one letter (1893) to Louis Maillet from L.P. Moran of Québec and a photocopy of a letter (1904) from Sen. William A. Clark to Maillet written in French. The collection also contains two notebooks (ca. 1869-1871, 1890-1891) kept by Louis R. Maillet with lists, expenses, and some diary entries including descriptions of a steamboat trip from Canada to Montana in 1870 and a trip through Big Hole Prairie in 1869 with Granville Stuart
Nevada Historical Society
Minutes of meetings (1907-1914, 1921-1922), membership rolls, records of receipts and disbursements, lists of donations to charity, and annual financial reports -- Club members represented are Blanche S.B. Sprague, Susan Codd, Jessie P. Ish, Jessie M. Byers, and Minnie Lockhart
Nevada Historical Society
Includes minutes of meetings (1937-1944, 1961-1975), cash book, correspondence, and membership lists. Club members represented include Sister Margaret Patricia McCarran, Hazel M. Laws, Faith Cowgill, Louise M. Folsom, Dorothy Ginnochio, and Angela DeNevi
Chicago History Museum-- Research Center
Correspondence, diaries, articles, poems, short stories, plays, clippings, mementos, estate documents, and other family papers of Chicago (Ill.) author Frances Wells Shaw and her husband, architect Howard Van Doren Shaw, and of their parents, daughters, other relatives, and ancestors. Topics include Mrs. Shaw's school days at Dearborn Seminary, Presbyterian Church activities, courtship and marriage, family matters, the publication of her poetry, short stories, and plays for children and for adults, the staging of garden theater performances at the family's estate, Ragdale, in Lake Forest (Ill.), and travel in Great Britain. The papers include relatively little unpublished information on Howard Van Doren Shaw's career as an architect
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Transcripts of tape-recorded interviews with Springfield and Illinois residents. Topics include social life of high school students and residents of Springfield, Ill., and the arts. Interviewees include Jack Fisher and Paul Mahaffey
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Contains photographs of students at the Fourth Street School (including Sol and Libby Kosberg and Hy Popuch); Freiheit Arbeiter Band; Lincoln High School Band; and a New Year's Eve party
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K . Ross Toole Archives
This collection consists of thirty-six 16 mm. home movies, primarily from the 1930s. The majority of the films are of locations and events in western Montana including the Missoula County Fair, the Missoula Mercantile's picnics, and the Helmville Rodeo. A few of the films are from South Dakota and California and probably document family trips to these areas
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Interviews (83 of which have been transcribed) with older residents of six Baltimore neighborhoods. Topics include emigration and immigration, racial and ethnic identity, national and local events, neighborhood and family life, work, and religion
American Jewish Archives
Letters and telegrams to Rabbi Cohn on the occasion of his 50th birthday and his 25th year as a rabbi
Washington State Historical Society
Papers of Larson and Nisbet (the Co-Respondents), arranged chronologically, include calendar, correspondence, informational material such as flyers or programs, and newspaper articles. The amount contained in each folder varies from year to year and each folder holds a variety of materials which might include scripts and/or programs. Includes touring and video program files some containing contracts, correspondence, grant information, business records, guides, mail lists, scripts, programs, and research materials as well as materials for workshops, radio drama, and other events. Includes research material collected by the women over the years (chiefly from secondary sources), extracted script materials, and oral histories, some from Kittitas County, Wash., Cabin Creek Lumber Company, and African American and Native American women. Some of the video productions represented include Bring Her Back Alive (ca. 1977), Take it to the People, Dare to Try, Ida Nason, Women in Kittitas, and ... Read More


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