Cornell University - Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
The Donald Barton Johnson papers are comprised of the research, correspondence, and works of literary criticism (especially related to Sasha Sokolov and Vladimir Nabokov) compiled by Professor Emeritus Donald Barton Johnson throughout his career as professor of Russian and Slavic Studies at the University of California at Santa Barbara. Materials include correspondence, notes, sketches, drawings, magazine article layouts, biographical materials, early manuscripts, and dissertations in both Russian and English.
University of Washington
Linguistic field notes, slides, and recordings of former university professor who specialized in linguistics, especially Salish languages
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
Personal and literary papers of Irish poet Ciaran Carson including correspondence, literary notebooks, literary manuscripts, and collected printed material.
Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
Fred Eckhardt’s collection offers an amazingly deep record of the birth, growth, and evolution of the craft brew industry. The collection covers a broad range of topics related to craft beer brewing, as well as sake and wine making, primarily featuring the period between 1970 and 2010. Included are historical and contemporary brewing practices; research files and personal notes about northwest, regional, national, and international breweries; published and unpublished material about international beer styles; and photographs of brewing operations, brewers, national and international travels, and industry events. Eckhardt’s collection also features a series of self-published works, including the original research, correspondence, design templates, drafts, and final versions behind periodicals such as “Listen to Your Beer,” “Talk to Your Beer,” and “Amateur Brewer.” Also included are early editions of Eckhardt’s books, which detail the process and history of ... Read More
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The papers document all major writings by author, essayist, and journalist Barbara Probst Solomon and include notes, typescripts, background research, and publicity materials. Correspondence and materials relating to Francoist Spain are particularly well represented.
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The papers of American novelist and short story writer T. Coraghessan Boyle include drafts, correspondence, research, publishing material, press material, and electronic files relating to his novels and short stories. Boyle's nonfiction essays and reviews are represented by correspondence, drafts, proofs, and tearsheets. Also present are materials relating to Boyle's readings and other public appearances, a proposed television series based upon Boyle's short stories, and Boyle's career as a professor at The University of Southern California.
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Movie reviews, articles, essays, book reviews, manuscript drafts, correspondence, diaries, and photographs of feminist film critic Molly Haskell.
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Materials from the First Congregation Sons of Israel in St. Augustine, which primarily includes research findings and documentation on the history of Jews in St. Augustine, the Congregation, the synagogue building, and its cemetery
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Rosalío Muñoz is a Chicano journalist and activist who has been a longtime member of the Communist Party. As a student activist, Muñoz developed his leadership through serving as Student Class President of Franklin high school and later as UCLA’s first Chicano Student Body President. He is mostly remembered for spearheading the 1970 Chicano Moratorium Committee as Co-Chair. This collection covers his participation in the Communist Party, USA from the 1970s to present through materials such as self-authored People’s World articles, newsletters, notebooks, notes, and ephemera. The remaining collection historicizes various community organizing efforts from the 1960s-present such as Human Services Coalition, Justice for Janitors, and Latinos for Peace through photographs, correspondence, research materials, clippings, notes, and ephemera.