Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
"Private press activity in Indiana", colonial printers/printing, paper marbling, study of early Indiana advertisements/proof of publication
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
Harvard University Law School - Historical and Special Collections
Records of a commission chaired by former U.S. Attorney General George Wickersham, also known as the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement. Bulk of the material relates to prohibiton and narcotic law enforcement and the cost of administration of criminal justice.
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Records of the United States Student Association (USSA) and its predecessors, the United States National Student Association (USNSA) and the National Student Lobby (NSL), and the NSL's non-lobbying arm, the National Student Educational Fund. The extensive records include information on areas such as student influence in campus governance, academic freedom, student government, international contacts and assistance, fundraising, the controversy over CIA funding, educational financing, meetings and conferences, publications, and other topics and activities.
Stanford University
Journals (1856-1870), daybooks (1854-1866), cashbooks (1855-1875), receipt books (1855-1865), petty accounts and ledgers (1855-1868), ledgers (1854-1868), and a payroll book (1865-1873) of Towne and Bacon Printers
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
This collection contains ephemera printed by members of the Amalgamated Printers' Association (APA) as well as material printed at the Wayzgoose, the APA's annual convention. The APA collects samples of members' work on a quarterly basis and distributes "bundles" of this material to each member on a monthly basis. The bulk of the material here are these bundles
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Galley proof