American Jewish Archives - Jacob Rader Marcus Center
Consists of American Jewish Committee (AJC) records from 1917-1987. Records from many divisions of the AJC including the Domestic Affairs Department (DAD), Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department (IRSA), Civil Rights and Social Action Department (CRSA), Education and Training Department, and Information and Research Services are represented, as well as, general administrative documents
University of Nevada, Reno - Mathewson IGT Knowledge Center
Library of Virginia
Scope and Content Contains the records of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts from 1933 until 1977 (bulk 1934-1976). The records are arranged alphabetically by folder title and include annual reports, correspondence, memos, minutes, reports and other materials related to the planning of events, programs and exhibitions at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Of particular interest are the materials regarding the planning of exhibitions, the development of the Artmobile program and the Virginia Museum Theatre, and general planning regarding the future direction and growth of the Museum. The collection documents the terms of the first three Directors of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Thomas C. Colt, Jr. (1933-1948); Leslie Cheek, Jr. (1948-1968) and James M. Brown (1968-1976). Also documented are the terms of the Associate Directors of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts during World War II: Violet MacDougall Pollard and Beatrice von Keller and long-time associate director Muriel B. ... Read More
Minnesota Historical Society
Contains portraits of individuals and some groups that appeared in the Minneapolis papers. These include individuals from Minnesota, the United States, and elsewhere in the world. Most of the portraits have been indexed, but some names may have been skipped.
Brandeis University - Robert D. Farber University Archives and Special Collections
Cornell University - Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation
COLLECTION DESCRIPTION The Center is the official depository for the records of this organization which began its existence in 1845. The bulk of the records cover the period from 1950 through 1970. The collection includes minutes and files of the Board of Directors,23-1969; minutes and files of the House of Delegates, 1911970; the files of various officers; legislative files; historical files; and subject files.
Minnesota Historical Society
Subject files, the principal series of correspondence and related records, of the Northern Pacific president’s office.
Minnesota Historical Society
Materials from Mondale's U.S. Senate career include schedules and appointments, meeting files, bill and committee files, outgoing correspondence, sampled constituent correspondence and constituent service records, press releases, speeches, radio broadcasts, and news clippings. A large set of wide-ranging issue files kept for each year by Mondale's Senate office concern federal departments, international affairs, domestic matters, and state issues.
San Diego State University
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, proposals for legislation, reports, materials relating to resolutions and debates, surveys, photographs and miscellany.