Yale University - Lillian Goldman Library at the Yale Law School
Vol. 1: Lucy Balch v. Edwin W. Chaffee; New Britain Hardware v. Premier Manufacturing; State of Connecticut v. Paulina Feingold; Sarah L. Stanley v. Howard M. Steele; Scovill Hitchcock v. Edwin B. Dunham; William Bulkeley v. Worthington Ecclesiastical Society; State of Connecticut v. William Spittler; Ernest Mucke v. Isadore H. Solomon; Lucy A. Smith v. Connecticut Railway and Lighting Company; Isadore Simons v. New Britain Trust Company
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
This photostat copy reproduces a typewritten mansucript written by Terressa Artemesia Redd Romney, the daughter of Sariah Louisa Chamberlain. She describes her mother's childhood in brief and then her entry into a polygamous marriage at the age of 17. After that point the bulk of the material deals with Sariah's life as a mother and polygamous wife, ending with a description of the family's journey to Mexico to avoid arrest and their life there
Brigham Young University - L. Tom Perry Special Collections
Photocopy of a handwritten letter dated 19 Oct. 1973 and addressed to "Dear Aunt Hazel." Redd tells his aunt that her mother, Sariah Louisa Chamberlain, was sealed to her father, Solomon Chamberlain, by proxy in a Mormon Temple.
Susan Davidson reads her essay about John Chamberlain's life and work, which pertains to the retrospective at the Guggenheim. Susan Davidson and Vincent Katz discuss the music performed, compare it to some of John Chamberlain's sculptures, talk about Chamberlain creating a list of titles which he randomly used for works, studying poetry at Black Mountain College, his conceptual projects in the 60's dealing with smells, how he thought of his works as feminime and concludes with his Laboratory Period in the late 60's and early 70's
Susan Davidson reads her essay about John Chamberlain's life and work, which pertains to the retrospective at the Guggenheim. Susan Davidson and Vincent Katz discuss poetry, how John Chamberlain created titles for his works, his use of the terms "fluff" and "glare", how Chamberlain talked about music such as Blues, Bebop, Reggae and Hip hop, and concludes with a brief discussion of his work
Some letters cataloged individually in card catalog. Some letters were written for Macready by members of his family and some items are undated. Recipients include: J. Avery (1-2); unidentified recipient (3); J.W. Bennett (4); Richard Bentley (5-7); D. Black (8); William Rufus Blake (9); Chichester Bolton (10); J.W. Brady (11); William Bryden (12-15); Charles Buller (16); Alfred Bunn (17); T. Bushell [possibly Thomas Bushell?] (18); Mr. [Capps?] (19); George Cattermole (20-21); Frederic Chapman (22-23); Messrs. Chappell, Music [Store?] (24); Chappell (25); Messrs. Clarke and Barlow (26); possibly brother of the Duke of Newcastle, Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham Clinton (27); John William Cole (28); Dominic Charles Colnaghi (29); John W. Cooper (30-41); Miss Coutts (42); Edward Crooke (43-44); E.D. Davis (45); Catherine Dickens (46); William Dunn (47); James Edwards (48); Pierce Egan (49); unidentified recipient (50); Robert William Elliston (51); J. [Hin?]son (52); Lady Elizabeth Forbes ... Read More
Documenting the history of the Off-Broadway theater company Circle in the Square and two of its founders, Paul Libin and Theodore Mann, this collection consists of material relating to Circle in the Square's produced works, development material for unproduced works and abandoned projects, correspondence, administrative documents, financial and legal records, personal and office papers belonging to Libin and Mann, photographs, and other material relating to the day-to-day operation of a not-for-profit theatrical company.
Albert M. Ottenheimer was an actor, author and a founder of the Seattle Repertory Playhouse, and founding member of the Seattle local of the American Federation of Radio Artists. Collection consists of investigation files relating to Albert M. Ottenheimer's blacklisting during the McCarthy era, including a diary Ottenheimer kept during his 30-day jail sentence; correspondence; literary manuscripts; scripts for television, radio, and the theater; scripts by others; professional file, including a log book and other material relating to the Seattle Repertory Playhouse; travel diary and souvenirs collected during his European tour of West Side Story; union material; memorabilia; photographs and audio-visual material.