Milwaukee Public Library
Schooner built in 1867 at Grand Island, NY
New York Public Library
Louisiana State University - Special Collections
Invoice (in French) from Joanni Trinidad to Mr. Colombel of Pointe Coupee Parish, La
University of Washington
Writings (articles, plays, poems, lyrics), correspondence, ephemera, photographs
University of Michigan Libraries
Sends copy of his booklet [i.e. The language problem in the Philippines]
New York University Libraries
The David Trinidad Papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, flyers, newspaper clippings, posters, photographs, scrapbooks, sound recordings, teaching materials, video recordings, and publications relating to Trinidads activities as a poet, editor and teacher covering a span of three decades from ca 1970 to ca 2000. The collection also includes poems dedicated to Trinidad by Elaine Equi, Dennis Cooper, and James Schuyler; works in which Trinidad appears by Tim Dlugos, Bob Flanagan, and others. Notable correspondents include Joe Brainard, Jeffery Conway, Dennis Cooper, Lynn Crosbie, Tim Dlugos, Amy Gerstler, Kevin Killian, Ann Stanford, Lynne Tillman, Susan Wheeler, and Bernard Welt
University of the West Indies, Saint Augustine - Alma Jordan Library
The minutes of the quarterly and special meetings give an insight into the affairs of the Church. Begins with the minutes of the meeting held at the Vestry room of Trinity Church, Port of Spain, April 23rd, 1850
History Colorado
Bernice Wilma Plested Herring was born in Trinidad, Colo. in 1903 to William G. Plested (1878-1958) and Nell B. Plested (1880-1964). Her father William was a Trinidad banker and was a part owner of the Bear Cañon Coal Company from 1917-1957. Bernice was the eldest of four siblings: William G. Plested, Jr. (1904-1993), Evelyn Lucy Plested (1906-1978), Dolores Nell Plested (1908-2009), and Alice Eva (b. 1911). Bernice served as a public school teacher in Thatcher, Sopris, and Trinidad, Colo. She was married to Glen Hancock and then John Herring. Bernice died on Sept. 6, 1991