Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence of Dept. of Political Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (earlier name: University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus)) and student papers relating to financial aid at the University of Illinois and governance of the Illini Union; agendas, minutes, and reports of Illinois State Personnel Dept. and Civil Service Commission, including revisions on personnel rules, recommendations and resolutions for grievances filed by state employees and amendments to the position classification plan; research materials on population and planning in Nashville, Tenn., and Los Angeles, Calif.; and publications, including Page's Legislative Apportionment in Kansas (1952) and Merit and Patronage in State Manpower Systems (1965)
University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff,-- Archives, John Brown Watson Memorial Library
Materials include: photographs; videocassettes; catalogs (1929-present, 7 linear ft.); self study records (1957-1986); yearbooks (1965-present, 6 linear ft.); campus maps; programs; news clippings; sports news clippings (1967-1968); news clippings about staff members; miscellaneous issues of The Arkansasyer, the student monthly newspaper, The College Informer, a monthly journal (1944, 1950, and 1951, five issues), and department newsletters (1978, 1979, and 1993); directories (1983); a student handbook (1981); a faculty/staff handbook, and a student teacher handbook; policy manuals (1966, 1976, and 1984), Title III program policies (1977); parking rules; rules for governance (1976, 1980); report of the graduating class of 1971; Homecoming Committee report (1975); space utilization report (1980); chancellors report (1987); financial report (1978); fiscal report (1980); budgets (1976-2001); department annual reports (1978-1981); college annual report (1985); long range plans (1978); ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, notes, papers, articles, reports, and brochures, relating to North and South Dakota state parks, dam projects, and historical sites, compiled by Murray on behalf of Western Interpretive Services, his planning firm in Sheridan, Wyo., for historical research, site evaluation, and restoration
University of Cincinnati - Langsam Library
This collection contains documents related to the activities of the Kennedy Heights Community Council and its affiliated organizations during the second half of the 20th century and the first decade of the 21st. The collection also contains general information on the neighborhood of Kennedy Heights, as well as relevant correspondence
Texas Southern University
Administrative records, departmental records, academic affairs records and student affairs records. Topics include annual administrative conference, Search Committee, Texas Southern University affirmative action plan, facilities planning and operations, strategic planning, improvement of undergraduate programs, Teacher Education Program, Thurgood Marshall School of Law, department analysis reports, Pharmacy School, Houston Independent School District, police department, Teacher Corps Project, Study Commission of Academic Development, faculty in transition study, rank and tenure, faculty expert guides, and student housing
University of Pennsylvania Archives
The records of the Warren Powers Laird administration document the administration of the School under Lairds long tenure. He served as head of the School of Architecture from 1891-1920 and Dean of the School of Fine Arts from 1920-1932. The records span the years 1900-1932. The Business Administration series (1906-1932) contains the records of high-level administrators within the University of Pennsylvania and the School of Architecture, later the School of Fine Arts. This series consists of mainly correspondence related to the administrative decisions made for the School and its facilities. Much of the correspondence is between Laird and other administrators such as the Provost, the Secretary, the Comptroller, the Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, etc
Minuteman Library Network
Pre-meeting information packet in plastic comb binder
University of Nevada, Reno - Mathewson IGT Knowledge Center
The LWV in Nevada was organized in Reno in 1919, then was inactive until the 1940s. Branches in Carson City, Ely, Elko, Reno, Lovelock, Las Vegas, and other areas were reestablished in the 1950s and 1960s. The League is non-partisan and does not endorse candidates, focusing instead on issues. The League's practice is to study, discuss, and arrive at a substantial consensus before speaking out. Additionally, a special effort is made at election time to bring information to the public regarding candidates' views
University of Washington
Correspondence, notes, reports, estimates, and other materials concerning the design and landscaping of the University of Washington campus and the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition grounds
University of Washington
Correspondence, speeches and writings, minutes, reports, newsletters, news releases, clippings, pamphlets, financial records, photographs, and conference and convention files, 1933-2001. The materials relate to many Seattle and Tacoma, Washington organizations concerned with civil liberties, education, trade, peace, international affairs, and politics. Frederick Haley's personal papers are also included. Major correspondents include Hank Adams, who also accumulated a group of Native American papers included in the collection