State Library of Victoria
Shows dead gum trees amongst snow and bush scene
Anchorage Museum - Atwood Resource Center
The collection consists of 147 color 35mm slides, one black-and-white print, and two black-and-white contact sheets of photographs taken by Joe Crusey. The images document life in Anchorage and Southcentral Alaska in the period 1947-1961, including the aftermath of the 1964 Alaska Earthquake. Also included are images from a road trip to Dawson City, Yukon, in the summer of 1961. For more information, see Detailed Description of Collection
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
This album chiefly contains photographs of adobe ruins, the Santa Catalina Mountains, ranches and mining camps. Views of the Santa Catalina Mountains include snow, cabins, and a Boy Scout camp about 1929. There are images of ruins of a Butterfield stage station, Fort Lowell (including the hospital building), and the Pantano or La Cienega stage station. There are photographs of the Silverbell mining camp and Greaterville, Arizona including adobe homes of Fred Hughes and Patrick Coyne, the Greaterville school and schoolchildren. Also present are images of the Rosemont Hotel, Continental Farms, and a Helvetia boarding house (with Edith Stratton about 1901). Cyanotypes of cowboys, cattle and breaking horses on the Empire Ranch are also included
University of South Carolina
Letter, 30 December 1853, from Sarah C. Roach to her brother, J[oseph] B[ellinger] Roach, describing how the family celebrated Christmas, and the many visitors expected during the holidays; Roach also mentions an "oration" by "daddy Toby" [presumably an enslaved African-American] and an account of their activities during a snow storm
Brooks Memorial Library
Newspaper clippings of the May 1945 snowstorm and the blizzard of 1993
Peabody Essex Museum
Typewritten transcript of the diary of Abner Ingalls, February 25-March 18, 1861
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Typescript, front matter, galley proof
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
On a snowy, windy night at a Dakota farm, a lonely woman wishes for company, music, and a party--and suddenly all her wishes start to come true. The story was inspired by a 1957 Life Magazine report
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Corrected typescript, original ink illustrations, dust jacket proof, dust jacket layout, original watercolor for dust jacket, color separations for dust jacket, original ink illustration for title page, original ink illustration for dust jacket
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Crayon, ink & pencil dummy with text proof, pencil illustrations with separations, pencil illustration