Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
The Von Tilzer / Gumm Collection consists of both personal and professional papers of composer and music publisher Harry Von Tilzer (1872-1946) and his brother, H. Harold Gumm (1881 or 82-1973), who was a lawyer, agent, and producer in the entertainment business. After having served as attorney for the Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co. (HVTMPC) for several decades, Harold Gumm served as executor of Harry Von Tilzer's estate and took over the company when Von Tilzer died in 1946. This collection contains the records of the HVTMPC which are inextricably combined not only with Harry Von Tilzer's papers but also with Gumm's papers and those of his firm Goldie & Gumm. Von Tilzer's personal papers include correspondence, writings, legal and financial documents, and drafts of his autobiography. The HVTMPC materials primarily consist of music (manuscript and printed), lyrics (manuscript and typewritten), scripts, legal and financial records, and a catalog of works published by HVTMPC. ... Read More
Whitney Museum of American Art
Michael Abrams -- Brooks Adams -- George Adams -- Chuck Agro -- Vincenzo Amato -- Ghada Amer -- Lennart Anderson -- Benny Andrews -- Callie Angell -- Richard Anuszkiewicz -- Polly Apfelbaum -- Ida Applebroog -- Arman -- Tom Armstrong -- Richard Artschwager -- Michael Ashkin -- Dotty Attie -- Roland Augustine -- Donald Baecheler -- William Bailey -- John Baldessari -- Will Barnet -- Matthew Barney (2) -- James Barsness -- Jennifer Bartlett -- David Bates -- Irit Batsry -- Ed Baynard -- Robert Beck (2) -- Connie Beckley -- William Beckman -- Leigh Behnke -- Larry Bell -- Lynda Benglis (2) -- Billy Al Bengston -- Robert Berlind -- Debra Bermingham -- Jake Berthot -- Michael Bevilacqua -- Ashley Bickerton -- Flora Miller Biddle -- Robert Birmelin -- Hillary Blass -- Ross Bleckner -- Peter Blum -- Mel Bochner -- Varujan Boghosian -- Lee Bontecou (2) -- Mary Boone -- Meghan Boody -- Janet Borden -- Christina Bothwell -- Stanley Boxer -- Gavin Brown -- James Brown -- James and Alexandra ... Read More
Florida State University - Special Collections Department
The Walter de la Mare Correspondence was written during the following years: 1940, 1942-43, 1947-50, 1952-56; correspondence covers a wide variety of topics, but the most predominant topic is Kipps's literary works, including poetry and the novels "Sold for a Farthing" and "Sold for a Song". People mentioned in the letters include King George V, William Blake, Geoffrey Bles, John Buchan, Gaius Valerius Catullus, Mr. and Mrs. Neville Chamberlain, Charles Darwin, Leonardo da Vinci, Erasmus, Adolph Hitler, Julian Huxley, Sir Stanley Marchant, Frederick Muller, Carter Paterson, Miss Natalie Saxton, King Solomon, Gladys Bronwyn Stern. Subjects discussed include the Beckenham Journal, health and aging, Labour Party, Kubla Khan, Mother Nature, pets (including de la Mare's parrot, Tony, and his ostrich), and science. Titles of Kipps's poetry mentioned are The Baker's Man, Bird-Song, The Bough, Ding Dong Bell, Fears, The Felon's Mother, The Garden, Late Harvest, The Linnet's Nest, Nurses Tale, ... Read More
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Official Radcliffe College correspondence, reports, minutes, etc. of Matina Horner, professor and sixth president of Radcliffe College.
New York Public Library
Videotape collection documenting AIDS activism.
Cornell University - Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Collection includes administrative records; records of the College's involvement with government, educational, and private organizations at the national, state, and local levels; College activities within divisions of the University; the College's involvement in World War I, World War II, ; student activities of undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni; teaching and research studies and reports; and extension work. Also included is a large amount of material related to the history of the College of Home Economics, Martha Van Rensselaer, Flora Rose, and their correspondence previous to 1921.
Yale University
Photograph that documents forty-two participants in the Psychology, Pedagogy and School Hygiene Conference at Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, September 6-11, 1909
California State University, Fullerton - Paulina June and George Pollak Library
An oral history with Stan Titterud, resident of Santa Ana, California, and retired colonel in the United States Marine Corps (USMC). This interview was conducted as part of the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Oral History Project for California State University, Fullerton and the Center for Oral and Public History. The purpose of this interview was to gather information regarding Titterud's experiences at and around El Toro. This interview includes discussion about growing up in Fillmore County, Minnesota, during the Depression; speaks about briefly moving to Southern California to attend Chaffee Community College, transferring to the University of Minnesota's School of Business, and having to reevaluate his career path; discusses participating in Naval flight training at Wold-Chamberlain Airport in Minnesota in order to avoid being drafted during World War II; recalls joining the USMC in July of 1940; describes duty stations, including Cherry Point, North Carolina, Santa ... Read More
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Scope and Content Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and minutes relating to his work with War Relief Services -- National Catholic Welfare Conference (later Catholic Relief Services -- United States Catholic Conference), his chairmanship of the International Catholic Migration Commission, and his participation in the Second Vatican Council. Other organizations reflected in his papers include Caritas Internationalis, International Working Group for Socio-Economic Development (CIDSE), Cor Unum Council, the American Council of Volunteer Agencies, the International Council of Volunteer Agencies, Society for Development and Peace (SODEPAX), The Catholic Inter-American Cooperation Program, International Documentation of the Contemporary Church (IDO-C), The National Conference of Catholic Bishops, the National Council of Churches, and the World Council of Churches.
Michigan State University - Special Collections