Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Banquet camera portraits of delegates to various labor conventions, hearings, and meetings. Washington subjects include U.S. Department of Labor administrative personnel gathered on the Mall, 1919; portraits of representatives to the Unemployment Council called by President Harding, September 26, 1921; league members with President Hoover at the White House, May 6, 1929; the Women's Industrial Conference in Washington, January 1926; the Glove Manufactorer's code hearing in the Willard Hotel, May 23, 1934. Other subjects include conventions and congresses held in Kansas City (1911), and in St. Louis (1919); the First National Labor Party Convention in Chicago (1919); meetings in Waukegan, Illinois (1922), and New York City (1924); the 1924 league meeting in New York City; the 1924 American Federation of Labor meeting in El Paso; the 1926 meeting of the league in Kansas City; a meeting in Chicago (1939); and a meeting of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, possibly in Hamilton, ... Read More
Smith College - Neilson Library
The International Association of Physical Education and Sport for Girls and Women Records at Smith represent the U.S. branch of the organization. The collection includes histories, including information about Dorothy Ainsworth; documents pertaining to various IAPESGW congresses and conventions; and IAPESGW bulletins, newsletters, and reports
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Correspondence, memoranda, pamphlets, conference proceedings, clippings, and newspaper issues, relating to conferences of cultural, scientific, social reform, professional, business, educational, and other organizations.
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Correspondence, reports, speeches, notes, and printed matter, including minutes of meetings, proceedings of national conventions and international congresses of working women, biographical material on the league's officers, and correspondence between local and national leagues.
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Philip David Swing (1884-1963) practiced law in San Bernadino before becoming the deputy District Attorney and District Attorney in Imperial County (1908-15). He was appointed judge of the Superior Court of Imperial County (1919-21) and later elected as a Republican to 67th U.S. Congress and to the five succeeding Congresses (1921-33). The collection consists of correspondence, papers, photographs, and printed material related to Philip David Swing and his career as a U.S. Congressman, California state official, and private attorney.
Harvard University - Frances Loeb Library
Correspondence, reports, photographs and ephemera related to the International Congress of Modern Architecture, drawn from the files of Josep Lluís Sert, who was both a founding member of the organization and its president (1947-1956).
University of Southern California - Doheny Library
Scrapbook of clippings created by George E. Outland documenting the 1931 USC-Notre Dame football game. Clippings come from newspapers from all over the United States. Also included is a section on the 1931 Stanford-Dartmouth football game. Outland was born in Santa Paula, Ventura County, California, on October 8, 1906. He attended public schools and Whittier College in California, received his M.A. from Harvard University and his Ph.D. from Yale University. He also attended the University of Southern California. Outland was a social worker in Boston from 1928- 1933, then moved back to Los Angeles to work for social agencies in that city. He was elected to Congress in 1942 and served two terms. He died in 1981.
University of Georgia - Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
The collection consists of personal and political papers of E. L. Forrester from 1920 to 1970. Includes law practice client case files (1920-1969); House of Representative subject files containing information on the Dawson Peanut Laboratory, civil rights, and the House Judiciary Committee (1950-1964); personal files containing correspondence, military, civic, and religious activities, and Civil War research (1918-1970); speech files containing notes, outlines, and drafts (1926-1970); and political files containing election campaign materials. Of particular interest are records relating to his involvement as prosecuting attorney in a 1949 civil rights case involving Rosa Lee Ingram.
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Correspondence, memoranda, pamphlets, conference proceedings, clippings, and newspaper issues, relating to conferences of cultural, scientific, social reform, professional, business, educational, and other organizations. Includes sound recording matrices of proceedings
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Colonial Conventions, including the Albany and the Stamp Act Congresses; members of the Old Congress; signers of the Declaration, with the state seals; members of the Federal Convention; Presidents Washington to Harding and their cabinets; governors of the states; mayors of Philadelphia to 1893; American statesmen; officers in America before the Revolution; generals of the Revolution; soldiers of the Revolution; officers in the War of 1812 and the Mexican War; American naval officers; Union generals; Confederate generals; and Union officers