John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Motion picture films and other audiovisual materials created or commissioned by Departments and Agencies of the United States Government, including United States Information Agency / Service (USIA/USIS); Departments of Defense, Army, Air Force, Labor, Commerce, Agriculture, and Interior; National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); others.
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
United States Marine Band
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
This manuscript is a list of twenty-two senators from California. Each entry includes political party affiliation and previously held position
Clemson University - Robert Muldrow Cooper Library
The collection contains 70 black and white prints of sculptures located in Brookgreen Gardens, and an envelope containing five pamphlets. The collection is arranged numerically according to a "List of Photographs" found in the file. Each numbered photograph is also labeled with the title of the sculpture and the name of the sculptor. The pamphlets are printed material from 1936 and 1937, with two describing Brookgreen Gardens in general terms, and three describing sculptures by particular artists, Chester Beach, Allan Clark and Carl Paul Jennewein
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Consists of "A Tale of One City: Piotrkow Trybunalski," a scrapbook compiled by Ben Giladi in Jan 1992. The 41-page scrapbook contains materials (e.g., photographs, maps, document copies) relating to Jewish life in Piotrkow Trybunalski, Poland, before World War II and the tragedy of the Holocaust as it affected Jewish residents
U.S. National Archives and Records Administration
The Bureau acquired the records of several private organizations interested in reclamation. Included are records of the National Irrigation Association, including clippings about irrigation, 1899-1906, land law repeal, 1903, and agriculture, 1905-10; press releases, 1903-6; drafts of legislation relating to river control, 1911; and records of the Mitchell News Bureau, 1902-3. Records of the National Reclamation Association consist of general correspondence, 1911-34, correspondence with Government officials, 1914-18, miscellaneous records and correspondence, 1912-14 and 1918-33, George H. Maxwell's scrapbooks relating to Association activities, 1912, court decrees and claims for water clippings relating to flood control, 19122-14, and Government reports and publications, 1907-20. Also records of the American Homecroft Society, relating to the use of yards and vaccant lots for gardens, 1920-21, and publicity material of the TAILSMAN, the Society's magazine, 1920
National Agricultural Library
Anniversary celebration (2012). It includes memorabilia such as a USDA graphic polo shirt, bookmarks, stickers and decals. It contains publicity posters from the USDA 150th Anniversary Brown Bag Seminar Series. It also includes material from the Smithsonian Folklife Festival (June-July 2012) in which the USDA participated in Campus and Community, such as planning notes, schedules for USDA participants, brochures, booklets, correspondence. There is also miscellaneous material such as commemorative DVDs: "Secretaries of Agriculture: 150 Years, 30 Leaders," ; 8 DVDs of the Secretaries of Agriculture interviewed : Clayton Yeutter, Mike Espy, Dan Glickman, Mike Johanns, Ed Schafer, John Block, Tom vilsack, and Bob Bergland and an18-foot banner with the USDA 150th graphic. Also this collection includes commemorative notecards of nineteenth and early twentieth century USDA buildings and gardens designed by staff of Special Collections, National Agricultural Library. Images used for the ... Read More
National Agricultural Library
The drug garden photograph collection consists of black and white lantern slides featuring drug gardens at several institutions across the United States. Views of drug plant field plots including some at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) South Farm in Beltsville, Maryland during the mid-1940s; detailed photographs of drug plant specimens, distribution charts by plant species, and a few paintings of drug plants in color
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Photographs from various publishers show the U.S. Capitol building and grounds; the House of Representatives and Senate chambers; the Statue of Civilization; the bronze door; the Speaker's room; the Congressional library inside the Capitol; and "The Car of History" clock showing Clio, the Muse of History, in a chariot. An additional stereo shows a view of the Capitol and the Botanical Gardens
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens