Pikes Peak Library District - Special Collections
Case files, photos, printer's paste-ups, and one publication highlight business and institutions in Colorado Springs in the early 1980s through the publication of the First Catalogue: Colorado Springs and The Pikes Peak Region: The Selective Guide to Good Living
Hebrew Union College, Ohio
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, UWM Libraries
Collection consists primarily of the correspondence files of GPU News, the news and literary magazine of the Gay Peoples Union of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. GPU News was published by the Gay Peoples Union from 1971 to 1976 and by Liberation Publications from 1976 to 1981
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Boxes 8-14 include original manuscripts, drawings, music, portfolios of materials, and ephemera
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
Cornell University Libraries
A price list for Chevalier publications and a 4 page statement of purpose and advertisement for "Transvestia" titled "A Brief Discussion of the Nature of Transvestism.".
University of Texas Libraries
Comprised of publisher and editor Ellen McCrady's subject and project files, the Abbey Publications Inc. Records, [ca. 1970s]-2004, document the administration of Abbey Publications, Inc., and publication of books, newsletters, and other items regarding preservation and conservation of library and archival materials
Kentucky State Archives Guide Project
This collection is comprised of more than 2000 black and white 4X5 photographic negatives of thoroughbred horses, major horse racing tracks, horse races, horse breeding farms, and persons active in horse racing or the horse breeding industry
Brown University Library
Archival material relating to incorporation of Kent Publications; correspondence and typescript poems submitted for pubication. The Journal describes its purpose as "didactical (in the Brechtian sense).".
Wagner College - Horrmann Library
Wants Markeham to help prepare a volume to be called "For France"for which President Roosevelt will write an introduction. Asks Markham to write something keeping it to three thousand words