Maine Historical Society
Mostly photocopies of newspaper cuttings. Also includes: -- printed materials such as public statements, an address/oration by Reed, an ms. executrix's notice, and information about his funeral
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
This collection consists of the proceedings accompanying the unveiling of the bust of Joseph M. Dixon in the Montana State Capitol rotunda in Helena on 17 Nov. 1972, and includes three primary speakers, the historian John Toole; Gov. Forrest Anderson; and Montana politician Burton K. Wheeler
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, business reports, contracts, financial records, printed material, notes, clippings, and drawings, relating to a proposed statue of General Custer
Thomas Balch Library
The Leesburg Confederate Monument Collection consists of assorted memorabilia and research regarding the memorial, including a photocopied photograph and copyright of the monument, a timeline of its construction, a biographical sketch of Frederick William Sievers, a photocopied program from its unveiling ceremony, various newspaper articles describing the event, and a photocopied postcard of the monument sent to the sculptor's daughter
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
This collection consists of a letter (1929) from Nancy Russell to John Survant regarding a memorial statue of C.M. Russell; a letter (1936) of reminiscence about C.M. Russell from Nancy Russell to R.H. Fletcher; a typescript copy of a letter (1929) to Nancy Russell from Arch Douglass, reminiscing about his early experiences with Russell; and several letters (1918) regarding purchase of paintings. Also included is a photocopy of a contract agreement (1897) between Russell and Western Field and Stream for twenty black and white oil paintings and twenty pen sketches "composing a pictorial history of western life"; and a photocopy of the last will and testament (1939) of Nancy Russell
Stillman College,-- College Archives
Materials include commencement speeches and programs (1924-1978), committee reports and member list (1977), news clippings of college events and people, material relating to student boycotts and unrest (1969), UNCF reports, and newspaper clippings (1975-1977); Stillman College centennial records (1975-1977, 75 items) including historical sketches of the college, 1918 publicity brochure, biographical sketch of Dr. Charles Allen Stillman, script and program from Jubilee Pagent (1951), time capsule information, and issues of college and local newspapers with articles about the celebration (1976); Fall 1981 issue of Stillman College Journal which contains an article on the life of Stillman and an article on the life of William Henry Sheppard, and photocopies of correspondence, booklets, and news clippings received from Col. Maxwell for use during the college's centennial (1922-1930s); and photographs (ca. 1950s-1980s, 11 ft.). -- Topics include visitors, graduates, student activities, ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Biographical clippings, exhibition catalogs, articles, and other papers, relating to Allen Hutchinson (1855-1929), British sculptor known for his racial-type studies of Polynesians in Hawaii, Australia, and New Zealand, and a bust of Robert Louis Stevenson, collected by MacPhail while writing a biographical sketch (also included) of Hutchinson
University of Virginia
The papers consist of correspondence of Richard Davenport Gilliam, Jr. to his parents, Richard Davenport Gilliam and Irene Jones Gilliam, while a student at the University of Virginia in two separate periods, 1915-1917, and 1921-1924
Allen County Public Library - Genealogy Center
Allen County Public Library - Genealogy Center