Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Letter of reminiscence (1927) from John Samples to David Hilger of the Montana Historical Society. Samples recounts his experiences in the Battle of Cow Island (23 Sept. 1877) between the army and the Nez PerceĢ. The reminiscence was dictated by Samples to his daughter
New York Public Library
M. David Samples also known as David Samples (circa1924- ) was a director, playwright and actor for Off-Broadway, regional theaters and abroad. Samples' career spanned over forty years, with over a hundred productions including William Inge's Summer Brave, Catherine Muschamp's The Beheading and Gore Vidal's On the March to the Sea. The collection, 1948 to 2005, holds scripts, correspondence, a daybook, photographs, printed matter and one audio recording
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of a black pastor involved with civil rights, anti-poverty, and political organizations in Atlanta, Georgia -- Correspondence and subject files contain constitutions, minutes, printed matter, membership lists, reports, affidavits, and letters detailing the problems of poor blacks in that city
University of Nevada, Reno - Mathewson IGT Knowledge Center
Official bond of Sutherland as grand scribe of the Odd-Fellows and list of Reno fire alarm boxes and combined addition/subtraction table card, printed by Sutherland. The reverse of the table card contains ads for Reno merchants
University of Wisconsin, Stout
Contains sewing samples of Nellie E. Davies who attended Stout Institute for the 1909 summer session. Sewing samples include examples of hemming, embroidery, darning, button holes, weaving, gathering and other techniques
State Library of Western Australia
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
University of New Mexico - Zimmerman Library
This collection consists of advertising samples including, but not limited to greeting cards, labels, invitations, announcements, brochures, maps, and letterheads. The majority of the collection focuses on businesses, politics, tourism, and events in the Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and surrounding areas, but there is a representation of material from throughout the State of New Mexico. The addition to the collection contains a sampling of materials similar to those contained in the original collection. A significant portion of the materials in the addition were printed by Valliant Printing Company. The addition may have been part of the original collection; existing documentation states that the collection was divided into three separate collections in 1982, but does not detail what those three collections are. Item numbers for the original collection have been maintained in this inventory. An oversized folder contains 4 folders of materials from the addition
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
Folio contains 19 total embroidery cloths, each displaying examples of multiple stitches or techniques; 11 loose cloths, 8 cloths mounted on 6 leaves. One example dated 1807
Stanford University