Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Business records series includes certificate of incorporation, bylaws, task force and committee correspondence, résumés of personnel, financial statements (1974-1979), minutes, and other records. Planning series, arranged in four subseries (Preliminary planning, Local architects, National architects, and Planning and design), contains files of Arts Development Associates, Minneapolis, Minn.; files of Red River Valley Historical Society; papers of Clyde B. Schroeder, architectural student at North Dakota State University who was responsible for the "bridge" concept between the two communities; files of local architects Foss Engelstad Foss; and various documents relating to the planning and design of the project. Grants and donors series includes information concerning support and funding of Dayton Hudson Foundation, Kresge Foundation, Minnesota Historical Society, North Dakota American Bicentennial Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, North Dakota Council on the Arts and ... Read More
Fisk University, Fisk University Library and Media Center, The Special Collections
Contains the following: Personal Materials; Trustees; Presidential Administrations; College Administrators; Academics (including Departments, Divisions, Institutes); Faculty; Students (Undergraduate and Graduates); Alumni; Administrative Correspondence; and other administrative materials into a broad section called Fisk and Fisk Related Materials. Other correspondence located in the collection that does not pertain Dean Taylor includes the last section which includes materials by Catherine Buchanan Taylor, former presidents, Thomas Elsa Jones and Charles Spurgeon Johnson, and George St. John, who served as Johnson's Administrative Assistant and was Acting Dean sometime in the early fifties. Materials consist of Taylor's personal correspondence, writings, and other collections; General Correspondence; Board of Trustees correspondence; Office of the Sitting College Presidents; Office of the Registrar; Office of Public Relations; Business and Finance; Public Relations/Publicity; Health ... Read More
Washington State Archives
Records of the Washington State Board Against Discrimination in Employment, the Board Against Discrimination, and the Washington State Human Rights Commission -- Includes minutes of the Board Against Discrimination, administrative correspondence, and case files. The material dates from 1950 to 1975, although documentation of some years, particularly those early or late in the period, is quite sketchy. The files are mostly administrative in nature. They indicate that during this period the Board dealt primarily in three areas: public schools, housing, and employment. The Board devoted a great deal of time to the case Casteneda v. Granger and handled many small cases involving alleged discrimination in employment or in housing. The files also indicate that race was the most often reported grounds of discrimination. The Board also collected a great deal of information on other human rights organizations. The information from these organizations originated from offices in many locations ... Read More
Washington State Archives
Records documenting the administration of Western State Hospital from its beginnings, with some isolated records extending into the 1990s. Most of the 1950s are missing and are probably lost -- Includes records pertaining to patient admission, treatment methods, the hospital farm, population movement, staff, and deaths of patients. The records consist of either bound volumes or file folders. Typically, the file folders contain letters, reports, studies or other documents pertaining to a particular subject. Other topics include public relations
New York City Department of Records and Information Services
Accession consists of records pertaining to individual members of the committee. The files contain some correspondence, memos, and other related materials pertaining to the individual
New York City Department of Records and Information Services
Series is comprised of memos, report drafts and reports regarding issues discussed, newsclippings, some correspondence, meeting agendas, some attendance sheets, responses from the Mayor's office acknowledging receipts of letters from citizens and officials, and some minutes
Langston University,-- The Melvin B. Tolson Black Heritage Center
Collection covers the administration of presidents William Henri Hale (1960-1969), Williams E. Sims (1969-1974), James L. Mosley, interim (1974-75), Thomas E. English (1975-1977), Ernest L. Holloway, interim (1977-1978), Samuel J. Tucker (1978), and Ernest L. Holloway (1979- ) -- Materials include audits, blue prints, budgets, building plans, contracts, correspondence, minutes, news clippings, proposals, reports, and self study reports. Topics include admissions; Board of Regents; campus building projects; capital improvement plans; cheerleading; finance; Music Department; Nursing Department accreditation, facilities, and budget; Board of Nursing Registration; payroll; Planning and Marketing Department; public relations; School of Business; scholarships; staff business travel; Office of Student Affairs; Title III; the university's compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act to desegregate the university; response to charges of discrimination; Oklahoma Council of Presidents; ... Read More
American Jewish Archives
Correspondence, newsclippings, and miscellaneous items relating to Altman's various activities and interests
Chicago History Museum-- Research Center
Board of Directors and IMA committee minutes; a limited amount of correspondence and memos of IMA officers, members, and committees; news clippings concerning IMA activities and events of current political and legislative interest to the business community; reference files of printed materials, circulars and printed correspondence distributed to members to keep them apprised of IMA business and social events and of pertinent national and state legislation; IMA publications; and related publicity materials concerning the activities of the IMA and other manufacturers' associations. Major topics are management in large and small companies and relations of industry with labor, government, and consumer interests, as well as environmental quality in Illinois and nationally. Other specific subjects include workmen's compensation, unemployment insurance, taxation, industrial health and safety, environmental quality, education, transportation costs and shipping, public relations, and foreign ... Read More
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology,-- National Museum of Health and Medicine,-- Otis Historical Archives
Public affairs photographs of Walter Reed Army Institute of Research and Surgeon General's Office events taken by Warrell


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