Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Cassette tape recording of the remarks of the 1973 recipient of the American Society of Parasitologists Henry B. Ward award and Mueller's recollections of his contacts with dean Kendrick C. Babcock, of University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus), his years as Henry B. Ward's assistant, and Ward's laboratory at University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus), library, and personality; together with a copy of How To Be a Parasitologist Without Really Trying (1972)
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
Perkins School for the Blind Archives
A collection of portraits of students, as well as their teachers, at the Perkins School for the Blind. The students, ranging in age from kindergarten to adulthood, are shown in formal portraits, as well as in their daily activities. The collection highlights various communication methods used with people with a combined vision and hearing loss. Most are black and white photographs. In 1931 Perkins School for the Blind opened a special department for students with deafblindness. Prior to this time, a special teacher was hired for each pupil, but once the new department was established, teachers trained in speech development were hired for classroom instruction, and residential staff was hired for time outside of the classroom. At this time, speech work through oral instruction was the primary mode of communication and the use of sign language was not encouraged. Many students were instructed at that time using the Tadoma method, in which a hand is placed on the face of the speaker, ... Read More
University of West Florida,-- Special Collections Dept
Papers consisting of correspondence, publications, and records on the University of West Florida and as a member of the political science department
Litchfield Historical Society
The George Glen Gould and Florence Holden Gould papers document the activities of a New York City couple whose activities centered around their appreciation of period furniture, silks, rugs, and other interior design topics. The collection also includes genealogical information related to several descendents of Judge James Gould of Litchfield, Conn. The papers include correspondence, drafts and published versions of articles, photographs, research files, and other items. From the 1910s through the 1930s, the Goulds authored individually or together dozens of articles on period furniture, rugs, lighting, and silk, that were published as monographs or in such magazines as Charm, Furniture Age, and House and Garden. The collection contains drafts and published versions of their work and a number of photographs used for research and illustrations. Of particular interest is correspondence and articles relating to the 1916-1917 development and construction of the Shakespeare Garden in New ... Read More
The Bancroft Library
The collection consists of materials collected by the Magnes staff between the early 1960s and the early 2000s that document the life and influence of Judah L. Magnes. Some of these materials are original documents and photographs acquired from Magnes family members and other donors. Other materials in the collection were acquired as a result of years of research and collecting by the Magnes staff. These later items include many photocopies of items from other archives in the United States and Israel. The collection is divided into the following series: 1. Personal; 2. Public Activities; 3. Press, Clippings and Miscellaneous Materials on JLM; 4. Sources on JLM; and 5. Photographs. Series 1 consists of items relating to Judah L. Magnes' early years in the San Francisco Bay Area, including materials from his high school years in Oakland; items relating to JLM's college years, including early essays; correspondence with family members; materials on some of the children of Judah and ... Read More
Idaho State Historical Society, Idaho Oral History Center
Elizabeth Brandt spoke about her involvement in the "No on One" campaign for Proposition One (1994) in Idaho. Brandt discussed the time spanning the early 1990s through 2005 and addressed the following topics: Porposition One (1994); Idaho Voices for Human Rights group; the Lesbian Avengers; University of Idaho's Law School; 2003 Al-Hussayen arrest; Idaho Citizens Alliance; Idaho ACLU; and Moscow, Idaho
University of Mississippi
This collection consists of two separate groups of records pertaining to James Silver, acquired in two accessions. Accession 76-40 consists of five boxes containing correspondence, writings, research materials, pamphlets, speeches, and newspaper clippings documenting Silver's academic career and events at the University of Mississippi from 1949 to 1965, with the bulk of material documenting the period from 1959 to 1965. Accession 87-25 consists of 50 boxes containing correspondence, writings, publications, research notes, legal documents, speeches, personal papers, printed material, newspaper clippings, photographs, and audio recordings from 1935 to 1986. The collection documents a range of topics, including the integration of the University of Mississippi, positive and negative reactions to Mississippi: The Closed Society, and Silver's numerous research projects, speaking engagements, and teaching assignments
Shaw University,-- James E. Cheek Library
Materials include faculty course outlines, study contracts, correspondence, independent meeting materials, faculty resumes, final exams, photographs, and minutes
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Biographical records, correspondence files, writing drafts, clippings, and printed materials generated and collected by Joseph Harding Underwood -- The collection is predominantly Underwood's writing projects, including essays, novels, and poetry. Underwood's diaries are mostly those written prior to his career at the University of Montana and detail many of his other aspirations. His correspondence focuses mostly on his time at the University, with particularly detailed information on administrative matters at the University, including the dismissal of President Craighead. Correspondence written by others after his death details the many attempts to place this collection at an appropriate and accessible location for research use. His writings include his non-fiction academic works, but mostly consist of fiction. Topics of his non-fiction material include analyses of American and European history and proposals for promoting/reforming social justice, property ownership, tax ... Read More

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