Stephen F. Austin State University,-- East Texas Research Center
Printed programs, newspaper clippings, and photographs pertaining to the opening of the school, graduations and programs of the classes, and activities and information about the WACs and the closing of the school
Stephen F. Austin State University, East Texas Research Center
Experiences during World War II, with emphasis on the landing at Normandy, June 6, 1944
Maine Historical Society
Newspaper clippings, in a scrapbook album, chiefly from the Boston Traveler, a Barre, Vt., newspaper, Boston Daily Globe, Portland Evening Express, and others
South Carolina Historical Society
The most significant portion of the papers consists of correspondence (1909-1971) relating to many aspects of Stoney's personal and family life and legal and political careers -- Also includes case records, including papers pertaining to the sale of Social Hall, The Bluff, and Airy Hall plantations (1920s-1930s); documents (including reports, newsletters, clippings, and other material) pertaining to Stoney's educational, political, social, and fraternal memberships and affiliations. Organizations represented include Porter Military Academy, University of the South (Sewanee, Tenn.), University of South Carolina (especially in regard to the football program), Charleston Chamber of Commerce, Charleston Athletic Club, and several Episcopal churches. Plantation and farm records (1939-1971) include financial and property records pertaining to a farm in Ladson, S.C., and Kensington Plantation. Also included are the papers of Beverly Means DuBose Stoney (Mrs. Thomas P. Stoney), Randell Croft ... Read More
Arkansas History Commission
Chiefly letters written by James E. Womeldorff to his wife while he was serving with the U.S. Army Air Forces in Europe during World War II
Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
The collection includes material related to the Grant family; Grant's articles, speeches and correspondence; papers connected with organizations in which Grant was active; and topical reference files. The earliest item in the collection dates from the 1860s, but there are scant items from the nineteenth century, and most material dates from the 1920s to the 1960s
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence (1942-1949) with main office in Chicago, Ill., other lumber companies, and National War Labor Board concerning the company's role in the war effort; financial, employee, legal, tax, insurance, and motor vehicles records, concerning operations of the company and its predecessor, Saginaw Lumber Company, in Flagstaff and Williams, Ariz.; and maps (1924-1949) of logging activities; together with records of Saginaw Power Company, Williams, Ariz
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include his childhood and family experiences in Idaho; World War II; attending the forest service school at the University of Idaho; starting a smoke-jumper unit in Yellowstone National Park; training at Ninemile Camp; work in the Kootenai National Forest, Flathead National Forest, Troy and Yaak, Montana district, and the Bungalow Ranger District, Clearwater Forest, Idaho; private forestry; changes in the forestry industry; and retirement
Cambridge Historical Society
First series contains political campaign literature from various Cambridge candidates seeking public office from 1925 to 1958. It consists of Dear Friend letters, political pamphlets, fliers, leaflets, candidate brochures, rally and party invitation cards, voter guides, written campaign songs, and reprints of news articles. Initiative petition ballots, bumper stickers, warrants for state elections, instructional booklets for local election officials, inaugural addresses and absentee ballots are also included among this material -- Folders labeled political pamphlets and brochures consist of items produced by such local organizations as the Cambridge League of Women Voters, the Cambridge Industrial Association, the Special Committee on Taxation, the City of Cambridge and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the Cambridge Teacher's Club, supporters and opponents of Plan E (a city manager form of government), and the Cambridge Civic Association. Folders labeled Undated candidate campaign ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Topics include personal background; World War II experiences; purpose of a library; media hardware and the book; Pratt Library programs and position as a state library source center; the library's collection of H.L. Mencken materials; pornography; and the future of the book


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