California Academy of Sciences
Includes papers and materials relating to Alice Eastwood's life, primarily during her time as curator for the California Academy of Sciences. The collection includes memoirs, diaries, correspondence and field notes as well as materials relating to her collecting expeditions. Numerous personal objects and photographs are also housed in the collection as are publication written by and about Alice Eastwood
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Claus-M. Naske Papers consist of research files, manuscripts and supporting documentation, drafts and galley proofs, correspondence, committee files, transcripts of interviews, reports, proposals, meeting minutes, and publications. The bulk of the materials reflect Claus-M. Naske's role as tenured professor of History at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and the activities he has undertaken in fulfillment of the requirements for a tenured professor to take part in teaching, research, and community service. Of special interest are the drafts and final manuscripts of Naske's many publications and the accompanying research files, which provide both resources for the study of the history of Alaska and insight into the research and writing processes leading to publication of scholarly articles and books. The collection also includes photographs of students and events at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, taken by Naske in 1960 while a student working for that institution's public ... Read More
University of Texas at Dallas - McDermott Library
This collection contains annual reports regarding aircraft manufacturers, airlines, and aviation-supporting industries
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Twelve photographs of structures in the Hagley yards after they closed. Exterior and interior views, including Birkenhead mill, upper corning mill water wheel arrangement, wheel mills with rolling wheels, trestle, and old stone wheel. Du Pont Company office staff in Equitable Building, Wilmington, Delaware, 1904, and unidentified office with male and female clerks, probably ca. 1890. Powder label for A.F. & Co. FF gunpowder with image of leaping stag, and label for Du Pont superfine HFg gun powder with no illustration
Indiana State Library - Manuscripts and Rare Books
This collection includes research drafts, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs from Grace Conway in Indiana ranging from 1868-1994 regarding Fr. John M. Villar's sudden death
Wilfrid Laurier University Library
The fonds consists of publications, reports, correspondence, minutes, papers, notes, and other material produced and accumulated by James Gordon Nelson. The fonds is arranged in the following series: Personal; Coastal zone analysis, planning, and management; First Nations documents; Assessment; Development, resources, environment; Heritage; Environmental education; Parks and protected areas :US; Parks and protected areas : Canada; Parks and protected areas : Europe; Parks and protected areas : Middle East; Parks and protected areas : Asia and the Pacific; Parks and protected areas : international; Parks and protected areas : northern; Wildlife; Recreation and tourism; Northern Plains Collection
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai - Gustave L. and Janet W. Levy Library
The Administrative series contains documents pertaining to the various aspects of planning the awards events. This includes documentation of the Award Appointment Committees’ activities, memos and letters to the committee members, and event planning. The Award Recipient series contains information about the winners. This includes nomination forms, supporting documents and correspondence between the winners and Mount Sinai administrators. This series also includes the winner's published peer-reviewed journal articles and research updates
University of Kentucky
This collection consists almost entirely of printed (both journal and newspaper articles), typed, and handwritten paper materials and a small assortment of postcards and letters, formerly belonging to Marion Pearsall, a University of Kentucky Professor of Anthropology, Sociology and Behavioral Science 1958 to 1983. Her teaching and research concentration was in rural sociology and technological development, primarily from the perspective of the health care and health delivery industry. The date span of the collection is 1910 - 1984, though the majority of the material are within the dates of Pearsall's association with the University, which is 1958-83
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers pertaining to the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of Wisconsin statehood, including correspondence of George Stickney, secretary of the committee; replies from counties received by the State Historical Society in reply to a circular inquiring about local historical observances; historical addresses delivered by George Burrows, James Davie Butler, Lydia Ely, Mrs. Reuben Gold Thwaites, and William F. Vilas; information on a legislative reunion; and a roster of territorial pioneers who attended a reunion on June 4, 1898