School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
Brooks Memorial Library
Newspaper clippings relating to the protests of local business owners against blue laws by opening on Sundays
Maine Historical Society
Two newspaper clippings: John H. Eveleth, of Greenville, Me. (The Oakland Enterprise, Sept. 11, 1892); and obituary for Charles D. Shaw (Portland Evening Express, Jan. 22, 1930). Eveleth had several businesses, including lumbering and Shaw was a veteran businessman and philanthropist
Wagner College - Horrmann Library
Theo tells Markham he has the letter from A.C. Desmond. He apologizes for the late reply. He will be glad to look over the clippings with payment. He discusses the payment andwaits to here from him
University of Southern California - Doheny Library
American newspaper front pages and other clippings for the San Francisco earthquake, the 1918 Armistice, the Lindbergh kidnapping, the war years 1940-45, etc.
University of Southern California - Doheny Library
American newspaper front pages and other clippings for the San Francisco earthquake, the 1918 Armistice, the Lindbergh kidnapping, the war years 1940-45, etc
Penobscot Marine Museum
Materials relating to members of the Greenlaw family, whose relationship is undetermined -- Includes clippings (1908) about Carrie Greenlaw (later Carrie Greenlaw Howes) who christened the SS Belfast, probably taken in Bath, Me.; letters (1947-1948) to Mrs. Carrie G. Howes from A.H. Gould regarding a shipwreck at Ocean Park, Wash., the shipwreck of the SS Arrow, and the possibility of the City of Belfast buying the whistle from the SS Belfast; letter (1948 June 3) from John M. Richardson to Mrs. Howes about the whistles on the steamers; copies of a Bangor Daily News clipping (1943 Feb. 2) regarding the escape of Capt. Edwin Earle Greenlaw, ship captain, originally of Rockport, Me., from in a lifeboat 39 days after being torpedoed by a German submarine in the mid-Atlantic finally escaping to the shores of South America; and notes on George A. Greenlaw and some births and deaths of related family members
Siouxland Heritage Museums
Letters written to Allebaugh at his residences in Idaho, Oregon, and Texas, chiefly San Antonio -- Includes postcards, business cards, newspaper clippings, letters to and from U.S. senator Lyndon B. Johnson, and personal correspondence. There is some mention of Garretson, S.D.
Temple University - Special Collections Research Center
Elizabeth Fisher, an amateur Philadelphia theater makeup artist, collected newspaper clippings of the different political and cultural events during the 1940's. She collected articles on notable figures in both the world of national politics as well as the theater and Hollywood film stars