University of Houston
Footage of Jessie Jackson at a speaking engagement as he describes the Rainbow Coalition. The Organization of Hispanics in Higher Education endorse Jessie Jackson in his 1984 bid for U. S. President. This film runs best using Apple's QuickTime video software. If you do not have this application on your computer it can be downloaded at http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
Alabama Department of Archives and History
Speech, 1971 Jan. 18, Montgomery, Ala. The speech concern Baxley's inauguration as Attorney General for Ala. He expresses his thanks and asks for support and cooperation from Alabamians, and pledges to represent everyone
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of a transcript of a speech made by John A. Sibley on WSB radio (Atlanta, Ga.) on September 12, 1932. The speech was in support of Richard B. Russell, Jr.'s senatorial campaign
George Washington Mount Vernon - Fred W. Smith National Library
The superiority of free countries over despotisms--necessity of educating people
Utah State Archives and Records Service
University of Pittsburgh
Records include a variety of administrative materials including: bylaws, constitutions, minutes, correspondence, planning materials for annual conference/convention, and committee records. Also included are various communication tools such as membership directories, newsletters, and other publications
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
The collection consists of papers from over fifty years of activities of the Indiana Speech Association. The majority of the papers are from their yearly conventions. Also included are meeting minutes, annual directories of members, articles concerning the association, and copies of Indiana Speech Journal from 1979 to 1987
University of Pittsburgh
These records include a variety of administrative materials, including: bylaws, constitutions, minutes, correspondence, planning materials for annual conference/convention, and committee records. Also included are various communication tools such as membership directories, newsletters, and other publications
Atlanta History Center
Correspondence, organizational records, clippings, scrapbook, and printed material
New York State Historical Documents
Oral histories conducted by students in a Brooklyn College course, Speech 60. Interviewees include Brooklyn College students, a retired taxi driver, a bus driver, a minority Brooklyn College student, a fireman, a police officer, an Italian-American student at Brooklyn College, a Manhattan Beach resident, and interviewees who recounted events of the war years at Brooklyn College, and Brooklyn College in the late 1960's. The aim was to document Brooklyn College and the Brooklyn College community. There are no transcripts