Landscape and nature photography of Laurence Denny Lindsley. During his career as a photographer, woodsman, wilderness guide, and miner, Lindsley took thousands of photographs of Washington State, including scenes around Mount Rainier and the Cascade Mountains, Eastern Washington, and the Pacific Ocean beaches on the Olympic Peninsula. Using a discerning eye, Lindsley captured images of extraordinary geologic formations in the Grand Coulee region, cloud formations, mountain storms, wildflowers, and historic images of steamboats and settlements around Lake Chelan
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Lee Metcalf (1911-1978) served as U.S. Congressman from Montana from 1952 to 1961 and as U.S. Senator from 1961 until his death in 1978. The papers reflect Metcalf's wide range of interests, but especially reflect his involvement in public utilities regulation and protection of the natural environment. Over half of the collection consists of general correspondence (1951-1978) arranged alphabetically by subject and government agency. Name index card files of correspondents are available, one of which is organized alphabetically, another is arranged by location in Montana. Additionally in the collection are series for bills, printed materials, campaign materials, speeches and writings, voting records, and clippings. The Vic Reinemer Subgroup consists of general correspondence, outgoing correspondence, and subject files generated by Reinemer in his capacity as Metcalf's executive secretary and as staff director of the Senate Subcommittee on Banking, Management, and Expenditures. A number ... Read More
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
This collection, like Picture Collection 99 , contains photographs etc. of both persons and places and is intended as a supplement to other collections in the Department. It contains both bound and boxed sets of photographs which are too bulky to be located with Picture Collection 99 .
Scope and Content Books, pamphlets, periodicals, printed ephemera, and other publications having to do with the history of localities throughout the United States, but with more material on Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky than on other places.
University of California, Berkeley - Bancroft Library
The records form one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of environmental records in the United States. The Club designated The Bancroft Library as its official archives in 1958, and the organization began transferring records from the San Francisco office to the Library on a regular basis in 1970. A very wide range of record types are included in the collection, including correspondence, minutes, agendas, reports, by-laws, financial records, scrapbooks, sample ballots, notes, rosters, action alerts, statements and testimony, press releases, clippings, and policy statements. Documentation for the early years is scarce, since the Club's office in San Francisco was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire. The largest record series is that of the Conservation Department (Series 9), which includes documentation of the Club's promotion of the creation of Kings Canyon National Park in 1940, its campaign to protect Dinosaur National Monument from a dam-building project, and ... Read More
Frank Siebert (1913-1998) is one of the key contributors to the field of Algonquian linguistics. While he did not pursue a degree in linguistics or anthropology, he independently acquired the skills and knowledge of a professional scholar. His work on Penobscot is some of the best and most comprehensive in existence. The Siebert Papers document the interest and work of Frank Siebert in the linguistics of the Algonquian family of languages, particularly Penobscot. The collection includes correspondence, research notes, drafts and published manuscripts by Siebert, as well as secondary sources consulted by Siebert. To a lesser extent, it contains material that documents Siebert's personal life, his interest in book collecting and his career as a physician.
University of California, Riverside - Special Collections and University Archives
The Rupert and Jeannette Costo papers, housed in Special Collections & Archives of the Tomás Rivera Library at the University of California, Riverside is a collection consisting of printed material (correspondence, typescripts, original manuscripts and ephemera), film and photographs collected by Jeannette and Rupert Costo. This collection is largely dedicated to information on American Indians with an emphasis on California Indians and contemporary issues. Water, land, hunting and fishing rights, sovereignty, gaming, language and education are among the major subject areas.