Detroit Institute of Arts - Research Library & Archives
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Views of the demolition of the University of Michigan Waterman Gymnasium
University of South Carolina
Papers, 1810-1814, consist of legal papers regarding land in Williamsburgh District (located in present-day Williamsburg County, South Carolina) belonging to Harmon Flowers
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Articles related to and about flowers in Indiana including rare flowers, new flowers, the sale of flowers and more
University of Texas Libraries
Flowers's accounts with Featherstun Bland and Company
New York Public Library
Organized in five series of folders, annotated by the compiler, and separately numbered: 1) 4 folders: Mark Morris chronology, Feb. 14, 1965-July 30, 1995, and correspondence with Verla Flowers about the collection; 2) 178 folders: programs, press clippings, photographs, etc. arranged in approximate chronological order; 3) 11 folders: supplementary files on Mark Morris, undated; 4) and 5) 36 folders: postcards and letters (photocopies) to Verla Flowers, including fifteen from Mark Morris
University of Washington
The Verla Flowers scrapbook, which was presented to her by her mother shortly before her graduation from high school, documents the early life and career of the respected Seattle area dance teacher, choreographer and dancer -- The album primarily contains press clippings and programs, but also includes a smaller selection of certificates, congratulatory cards, letters, photographs and travel ephemera, as well as some school work by Flowers. Much of the material relates to Flowers's earliest performances (particularly those she gave while still a student at Ballard High School and the Cornish School of Allied Arts). Also included are clippings about other Seattle dancers and dance teachers (most of whom were likely her friends and associates), Seattle dance performances and social events. A few of the items in the scrapbook apparently were annotated at a later date, probably by Flowers. Aside from a set of clippings and other items pertaining to a 1927 appearance by the Halloween ... Read More
National Library of Australia
University of South Carolina
Papers, 1779-1896, of the Flowers family consist chiefly of legal documents, including deeds for land in Craven County (located in present-day Berkeley, Charleston, Georgetown, and Williamsburg Counties) and Darlington County, South Carolina