Wake Forest University - Z. Smith Reynolds Library
His papers contain biographical information, audio recordings, filmstrips, correspondence, his education files, financial files, literary productions, pictorial materials, research notes, scrapbook items, class notes and roll books
This ceremony was part of the WAY '79 celebrations to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the founding of Western Australia. "On 14 September 1979, the 16th Battalion and the 11th and 28th Independent Rifle Companies of the Royal Western Australian Regiment exercised their right of freedom of entry to the City of Perth." (Western Australia, 1829-1979 : a report on the celebrations ..., p.116)
These photographs capture 3 of the 7 Sunshine Coast mayoral election candidates for the local elections, 2012. The candidates photographed are: Warren Blee, Debbie Blumel and Jim Hopkins. The Sunshine Coast mayoral race was hotly contested and Mark Jamieson was elected as mayor
This collection, amassed by Ruth Wolfgang, Roulet's daughter, consists of his personal papers rather than his professional papers which are included in the Toledo Mayoral and City Council Records (MSS-061). Materials include: personal and business letters, newspaper clippings documenting Roulet's professional accomplishments, programs, pamphlets, and magazine clippings related to Roulet's career, photographs, and ephemera (souvenirs, tickets, sample ballots etc.).
Collection consists of materials amassed and generated during the tenures of various mayors in the city of Toledo, arranged by Mayor and include: correspondence, administrative files, reports, proposals, printed materials, and publications documenting issues of particular concern such as income taxation, public safety, and municipal welfare
Photograph of interior of Yobs Shoe Repair Shop in Columbia, S.C. showing clerks, shoe models, workbench, and bicycle leaning against wall. Also, cabinet photograph of William McCreight, 1st Mayor of Winnsboro, S.C., copied from daguerreotype by Reckling, Columbia
Correspondence, congratulatory letters, reviews, note cards, research materials, manuscripts, drafts, typescripts, galley proofs, contractual aggreements with publishers, and scrapbook (1933-1934), relating to Savage's literary career and his published works; together with addresses, newspaper clippings, and other papers concerning his activities as mayor of Camden (1948-1958) and his interests in history, banking, property tax reform, and forestry