Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Note dated Madison, Wisconsin, for five years at seven percent interest, secured by a mortgage of farming lands in Dane County, Wisconsin
Cleveland Museum of Art - Ingalls Library
University of California, Berkeley
Papers relating to the research and production of Walsh's book San Jose State University : an Interpretive History include correspondence between the Office of the President of SJSU, project editor Carol Beddo, and a number of reviewers and friends Walsh contacted during 1997-2003. Early and revised drafts are included with editing marks of both the reviewers' and Walsh's comments. Source materials include notes, newspaper clippings, manuscript documents, photocopied inter-office announcements and short unpublished histories of campus departments. The published volume is in carton 1, folder 1
Detroit Public Library - Special Collections
Unpublished manuscript on the direct sharing of commonweal
San Jose State University - Special Collections and Archives
The James P. Walsh papers document the professional work of San Jose State University Emeritus Professor of History. The collection consists of chapter drafts, subject files, photographs and draft copies of his books; San Jose State University: an interpretive history, 1950-2000 and One and the same: the history of continuing education at San Jose State University, 1857-2007 which document the history of SJSU
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Walsh talked about his experiences as a U.S. Navy veteran and spoke of the period between the 1930s and 1940s and of the following topics: the Great Depression, World War II in the U.S. and the Pacific Theater, the Walsh family, and the Graffe family
San Jose State University - Special Collections and Archives
The records consist of correspondence, census lists, biographical and historical articles, handwritten notes, and includes the galley proofs of the article "Tadhg" Let's Change the Subject." The first sixteen folders are arranged by student class ranking: Ellen Casey, Mary A. Casebolt, Alice T. Baker, Laura Field, Eliza Hawkhurst, Kate Kennedy, Lizzie Kennedy, Adelia B. Kimball, Mariana Alley Willis, Caroline L. Hunt, Dorcas S. Prescott, Mary Louise Tracy, Mary B. Lynde, Hannah Marks, Beatrice Weed, and Annie E. Dubois). The last six folders include additional research files and a galley proof of the article "Tadhg: Let's Change the Subject." This collection is arranged in a single series: Series I. First graduates, 1822-2009 (bulk 1827-1922)
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Speech (June 1920) to the graduating class of Mount St. Charles Academy in Helena; and one (3 June 1924) made at a civic banquet honoring the builders of the St. Helena Cathedral
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center