University of California, Los Angeles - Chicano Studies Research Center
Ricardo Munoz was a Los Angeles lawyer and later an administrative law judge with the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. His collection includes photographs, sound recordings, correspondence, and personal papers that document his family history, and organizational papers that reflect his juridical work in Los Angeles from 1972-2004. This collection also includes extensive personal papers of Muñoz's father, mother, and paternal grandparents. This collection documents approximately nine decades of family history. Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this finding aid can contact the research center at www.chicano.ucla.edu
Cornell University - Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
The Lafayette Collection contains materials by, to or about Lafayette and his family, with family documents extending back to 1245 and through the death of Georges Washington Lafayette in 1849. The series "Medals and Coins" covers a century and a half, up to 1931. The collection includes the oldest existing letter from Lafayette (1772), long missives he sent to his wife from America during the Revolution, other letters he wrote while imprisoned in Austria (1792-1797) and during his 1824-5 trip to the USA; texts of Lafayette's speeches, his commentary on public events, material compiled for inclusion in his memoirs, financial statements ; many letters from foreign correspondents on the progress of liberal causes in their countries, including letters from leaders of the Italian revolutionary movement; notes concerning the Belgian revolution, letters and documents on his involvement in the Italian and Polish revolutions, and documents concerning the management of family business affairs, ... Read More
Consists primarily of the papers of the British publishing firm of Calder & Boyars Ltd. Also included are the papers of its predecessor John Calder (Publishers) and the personal papers of John Calder, 1927- . A few personal papers of Marion Boyars, 1928-1999, are also present.
Scope and Content Records consist of job files and job tickets (1980-2001). The photographic collection from the Notre Dame Publications Office consists of color and black and white prints, negatives, and slides. The images depict University events, student life, campus buildings, academics, sporting events, alumni events, faculty, staff, and other institutional departments. It is assumed these images were used in or created for various University publications. Photographers include Paul Wieber, Ron Parent, Neil Bowen, Brother Martinus, Bruce Harlan, Gary Mills. The collection also includes a small portion of photos that were published in the Dome yearbook in the 1980s.
University of Georgia - Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
The Zell Miller Papers document Miller’s forty-five year career in Georgia politics, including his service as a U.S. Senator (2000-2005), Governor of Georgia (1991-1999), Lieutenant Governor of Georgia (1975-1991), Executive Director of the Georgia Democratic Party (1971-1973), member of the State Boards of Pardons and Paroles, Probation, and Children and Youth (1964-1973), Executive Secretary to Governor Lester Maddox (1969-1971), State Senator (1961-1965), and Mayor of Young Harris, Georgia (1959-1960). Series IX. Audiovisual Material documents inaugurations, public appearances, speeches, debates, interviews, press conferences, campaign commercials, television news mentions, and Miller’s appearances on the television shows Lawmakers (on Georgia Public Broadcasting) and The Georgia Gang (on WAGA in Atlanta).