New York State Library - Manuscripts and Special Collections
This collection contains a wide variety of material that relates to the personal and professional life of Mary E. Cunningham. Included are various records relating to Cunningham's service at the New York State Historical Association. These include correspondence, publications and periodicals, memoranda concerning program development and material relating to her editorship of "New York History.".
Kent State University - Special Collections and Archives
This large collection of performing arts memorabilia includes photographs of celebrities, many of them autographed -- Also included are posters displayed at movie theaters advertising films of the 1940s through the 1960s. Periodicals, record albums, theater programs, and books are also included in the collection, as well as a 300-year-old wooden screen which was hand-carved with scenes from Shakespeare
For more than three decades Proskauer saved articles from American and European periodicals on major architects and their work, buildings types and the modern architecture in various countries. The periodicals represented include Architectural Forum, Progressive Architecture, House Beautiful, the New York Times, Look and Domus
The Marsh Papers have been organized in two series (I: Writing; II: Personal) with the first in two sub-series (A: Novels; B: Short Works). A list of Marsh's published writing, compiled from various sources and probably not complete, is appended
Collection consists of scrapbooks, binders, and a publication, 1928-1971. Scrapbooks contain newspaper and magazine clippings that are either by or about Le Viness, 1928-1971. Binders contain articles written by Le Viness pertaining to New Mexico history, culture, society, and geography, 1940-1970. Le Viness' publication discusses William Hayley, a British writer of 18th century England
Western Connecticut State University - Archives and Special Collections
John Mihelic was from Kansas City, Missouri and was a member of the Socialist Party. He was also involved with the Communist Party of America. The collection includes some correspondence and leftist/socialist publications from the early 20th century.
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Literary critic and educator. Correspondence, memoranda, journal, manuscripts of articles, book reviews, and books, research material, notes, reports, and other papers relating to Hyman's career as literary critic, book reviewer, and professor of language, literature, and the history of myth and ritual at Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont. Of special interest are files pertaining to his book review column published in the New Leader and letters written to Hyman by his wife, Shirley Jackson, and by his friend and mentor, Kenneth Burke.
Scope and Content Records of the Carmelite Sisters of Indianapolis, dating from the 1920s through the early 2000s, consisting of documents on their early history, chronicles and chronicle briefs, yearly files, house files, files on other Carmels they founded, correspondence, business and financial files (concerning typesetting, the Psalter, Scripture readings, and construction, furnishing, and maintenance of the monastery); files on sisters living and deceased, on former members, on women who have lived with the sisters, on resource people, friends, and family of the sisters; on interaction with the hierarchy, national and international meetings, Carmelite Communities Associated, U.S. Carmels, foreign Carmels, the Carmelite Fathers, and Carmelite federation; with books, periodicals and other publications, and artifacts representing their way of life.