New-York Historical Society
Printed memorandum book, 1838, belonging to Mrs. G. Schuyler of Liverpool, England. Pocket volume is mostly blank, with a few pages recording expenses, financial notes, and social engagements
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
Under the direction of the state archivist, the Massachusetts Archives is responsible for securing, preserving, and managing noncurrent records of the Commonwealth determined to possess archival value. The state secretary's responsibility for such records, grounded in the Constitution (1780), was not specifically delegated until 1897, when the third clerk of the secretary's office was designated as chief of the Archives Division (St 1897, c 351). Series reflects administration of the secretary's archival function after further provision for the professional post of Archivist of the Commonwealth (St 1962, c 18) -- Files contain correspondence and memorandums chiefly involving the archivist, archives staff, and allied state secretary's office personnel and pertaining to internal administrative concerns, from the terms of state archivists R. Nicholas Olsberg (1976-1979) and Albert H. Whitaker (1979-1995)
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
The Division of Water Supply has as its mandate the protection of drinking water supplies in Massachusetts, in the course of which it monitors the operations of water delivery systems. Its director oversees the operations of the division and issues formal directives to municipal and district water systems. Series is created to administer divisional programs -- Topics include budgeting, survey priorities, staffing issues, evaluation and approval of water supply plans, aquatic nusiance control, and quality of shellfish beds. Files also include directives from the departmental commissioner and to regional offices and requests for data
Yale University
Manuscript, in a single hand, of a collection of prose and verse extracts on social and moral subjects such as jealousy, friendship, temptation, defamation, wisdom, and temper. The quotations are drawn from such authors as Thomas Gray, Alexander Pope, Oliver Goldsmith, John Milton, and the letters of Philip Lord Chesterfield
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Research Memorandums including reports of grade distributions and course evaluation studies including a study of grade distribution by academic units (March 1974).
U.S. National Archives and Records Administration
Includes some incoming letters. Subjects include programs, program analysis, evaluation plans, management staff, contracts, policies, manuals, reports, and related topics. Some of the memorandums are duplicated in the series of chronological correspondence
Oregon State Archives
Series documents agreement with other agencies in non-fiscal matters such as assuming responsibility for overlapping functions
University of Pennsylvania - Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
Boston State Hospital and its predecessors were responsible for providing residential care and treatment of mentally ill persons in the Boston metropolitan area from 1839 to 1981. Hospital policy memorandums were issued by the superintendent to communicate policies and procedures to hospital staff -- Policies relate to various procedures, including patient escapes, receipt of packages, staff work schedules, releasing patients for court appearances, cafeteria meal hours for employees, and emergency care for patients. Also included are other administrative records such as names of visiting physicians and of department heads
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
The Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Framingham, houses females sentenced to imprisonment, awaiting trial, or committed by the courts for alcohol or substance abuse treatment (MGLA c 125, s 16; c 123, s 35). The superintendent is responsible for administering the facility. Memorandums to inmates are created and distributed by the superintendent to resolve inmate grievances and conflicts with facility officers or to confirm disciplinary actions to be taken -- Information includes inmate name, nature of conflict or issue, and how resolved