Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, research papers, reports, charts, genealogies, vital records, family papers, photos, and other papers, relating to the descendants of Nicholás Snow (1599-1676) and his wife, Constance (Hopkins) Snow (1605-1677), who settled in Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, Nova Scotia, and throughout North America; Mormon descendants of Richard Snow (1608-1677) in Utah; and Snow family members in Arkansas. Includes information provided by Frank F. Snow, of Pettigrew, Ark., relating to the deaths of several family members caused by picking cotton treated with Paris green; genealogical materials on the Nickerson, Mellin (Mellen), and Smally (Smalley) families contributed by Anna Kingsbury, William E. Nickerson, Vernon R. Nickerson, Stephen C. Millett, Clarence A. Torrey, and others; correspondence of Electa S. Bramer (b. 1796) regarding her life as a teacher in New York State, subsequent marriage, and move to Ohio in 1831; information pertaining to the daily affairs and social ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, copy of construction agreement, newspaper clippings, and dedication program, relating to a sculpture entitled Dedication to a Birthplace, the Red River Valley, by Lowell Reiland (of New York, N.Y.), which through the efforts of Lindstrom together with Fargo Cultural Environment Commission and Downtown Business Association, was placed and dedicated in downtown Fargo in 1978. Correspondents include Reiland and Kenneth S. Umbehocker, executive director of Downtown Business Association
Maine Historical Society
Glass plate negatives taken in various Maine locations, including statues, harbors, streets, views, Portland City Hall, Lincoln Junior High School (Portland), statue of Thomas Brackett Reed (Portland), Bowdoin College class of 1875 gateway, Hubbard Hall, Walker Art Building (Brunswick), Fort William Henry (also known as Fort Frederick, Pemaquid), John Stevens Cabot Abbott house (Farmington), Building of Arts (Bar Harbor), and views of Portland, Camden, and Rockport
George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum
Letters received by Smith, relating to the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, its acquisitions, and the resulting social relationships -- Subjects include various acquisitions; Donatello, Sandro Botticelli, Tiepolo, and other Italian artists; Leland Stanford; Artists' Aid Society; Montpelier Art Gallery; and Royal Society of Painters in Water-Colours. Correspondents include Henry Hammond Ahl, A.T. Bricher, J.B. Bristol, Frank Edwin Elwell, Susan E.P.B. Forbes, Mary E. Guthrie, Winslow Homer, Jervis McEntee, Larkin G. Mead, Jacques Reich, Raffaele Mainella, Franny Mainella, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, A. Wordsworth Thompson, Robert Strong Woodward, and Thomas Waterman Wood
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Personal and business correspondence, financial records, subject files, diaries, and scrapbook materials. Correspondents include her husband, her mother, Suzanne Earle Ogden-Jones Emmons Bartlett, and her daughter, Anne Custis Peter Pearre, as well as friends, ranging from soldiers she nursed during World War I to social acquaintances. Much of the business correspondence relates to her efforts to distribute the sculptures of her stepfather, Paul Wayland Bartlett, to museums throughout the U.S. Includes material relating to the family's Georgetown mansion, Tudor Place, and family farm in Cambridge, N.Y.
Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia
This collection centers on Herbert Creecy's (1939-2003) prolific career as an artist in Georgia between 1963 and 2003. Though the bulk of the collection dates during his lifetime, there are a few articles and videos that were added by Herbert Lee Creecy III after his father's death in 2003. The collection includes hundreds of slides, depicting images of his artwork, some images of works in exhibitions and Creecy himself at work in his studio. Works include images of paintings, sketches, polly transfers, and sculpture including such series as his toy series, Shaking Shanties, linear compositions, portraits, landscapes and more. Sketchbooks dated randomly between 1994-2002 reveal the importance he placed on discipline and steady, dedicated practice and precision. The sketches are composed of mostly abstract and floral forms, linear sketches resembling computer circuits and abstract aerial landscapes. Most are done in black pen and ink, but there are some in color. Creecy collected ... Read More
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Images of individuals, events, and locations, in the U.S., and other countries, chiefly created during the 19th century, many donated to President Rutherford B. Hayes and his wife, Lucy Webb Hayes, during his term as president of the U.S. (1877-1881) -- Subjects include sculpture; fires, earthquakes, and other disasters; events such as World's Columbian Exposition (Chicago), Pan American Exposition (Buffalo, N.Y.), and Saint Louis World's Fair; portaits of Rutherford B. Hayes, Lucy Webb Hayes, Webb C. Hayes, and other family members and various notables such as William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt; cities, parks and other locations in California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Wyoming, France, Germany, Italy, and elsewhere; scenes of war such as the Civil War, Spanish-American War, and the Boxer Rebellion; and interior photos of the White House
University of Nevada, Reno - Mathewson IGT Knowledge Center
The Center for Basque Studies records consist of a poster about the National Basque Sheepherder Monument project, a proposal for the creation of a Consortium for the study of Basque women, and miscellaneous flyers and newspaper clippings about the Basque Studies Program
Senator John Heinz History Center
The Sibyl Barsky Grucci Photographs are housed in one archival box. They consist primarily of photographic Images of Grucci's sculptures in wood, stone, and metal from throughout her career. There are also a few photographs of paintings and drawings by Grucci
University of Kansas - Kenneth Spencer Research Library