Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of Downer, a Milwaukee lawyer who was a justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, 1864-1867; including incoming correspondence, letterbooks, records of legal cases, and personal bills and receipts. Much of the correspondence relates to Downer's law practice, to business investments in New York, to land investments in Wisconsin, and to his interest in education. Many letters from J. L. Townsend, John P. Haire, and other teachers and administrators of the Wisconsin Female College at Fox Lake concern Downer's active trusteeship of that institution, a forerunner of Milwaukee-Downer College. References to Downer's service on the Supreme Court occur in a few letters, including one from Governor Lucius Fairchild in 1867. A series of letters written by Standish Rood, 1874-1875, touch upon mining conditions in Utah and a newspaper business in Salt Lake City
Temple University - Special Collections Research Center
Cornell University Libraries
Deeds from Jonathan and Eleanor Ballard to Jason Rice, and from Alvah Westcott to Philo C. Moulton, Watertown, New York
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
My soul is on fire -- From glory to glory -- Run & tell -- Holding hands -- Victory's on the other side -- He believes in lost causes -- An empty tomb -- I'm forgiven -- Jesus paid it all -- Power of the cross -- There's room at the cross
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Collection contains production materials, administrative records, press and promotional materials, and correspondence from late 1970’s San Francisco punk zine Search & Destroy and subcultural publishing outfit RE/Search Publications (briefly V/Search Publications). Established in 1981, RE/Search documents underground trends including body modification, industrial culture, and zines, as well as countercultural literary figures such as J. G. Ballard and William S. Burroughs. Material represented in this collection was accumulated by San Francisco-based publisher, writer, musician, and artist V. Vale.
University of Idaho
Research material for his History of the State of Idaho and material on the history of the University of Idaho to 1946.
University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music - Sibley Music Library
Beatrice / Sam Rivers (5:42) (Ben Kibbey, piano ; Tim Kiah, bass ; Eric Eagle, drums) -- Spontaneous production / Traditional (4:58) (Jason Polise, saxophone) -- Trombonik tanz / Nat Farber/Mickey Katz (4:00) (Jason McCool, trumpet ; Tim Albright, trombone ; Ben Kibbey, piano ; Tim Kiah, bass ; Eric Eagle, drums) -- Armando's rhumba / Chick Corea (8:15) -- Kathelin gray / Ornette Coleman (6:35) -- Postcards / Damon Zick (13:40) (Ben Kibbey, trumpet ; Jason McCool, trumpet ; Tim Albright, trombone ; Jason Polise, saxophone) -- Encore: Man in the mirror / Garret/Ballard (7:24) -- The first threshold / Damon Zick (5:50) -- Before neverhood / Damon Zick (7:45)
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Office of Ocean Exploration (OE), the Institute for Exploration (IFE) requests funding to undertake a comparative assessment of the archaeological and biological changes that have occurred at the RMS Titanic wreck site between 1985, the year of its discovery, and the present. As a follow-up to the expedition mounted by OE in June 2003, this field program, with Dr. Robert Ballard and colleagues from OE and other institutions, proposes to re-survey the wreck using state-of-the-art imagery and communications equipment and to broadcast the data real-time via their Inner Space technology. This updated research will help to better determine the wreck's rate of degradation, produce the first ever comprehensive map of the entire wreck site, and actively engage the public with live video and communication links via the Internet. IFE plans to use its tandem ROV team of Argus and Little Hercules to provide an ... Read More
Boston Conservatory - Albert Alphin Library
Astonishing (Grayson Mills) / Jason Howland -- The only I know (Isaac Phaman Reynolds) / Gary Geld -- Live out loud (Rachel Wirtz) / Andrew Lippa -- Lonely town (Cruz Santiago) / Leonard Bernstein -- No good deed (Catalina Gaglioti) / Stephen Schwartz -- Out of my head (Catalina Gaglioti) / Kooman & Dimond -- Happy working song (Elizabeth Erardi) / Alan Menken -- The life I never led (Elizabeth Erardi) / Alan Menken -- First date, last night (Rachel Wirtz, Issac Reynolds) / Pasek & Paul -- Look at me (Brittany Zeinstra) / J.R. Brown -- Happy to keep his dinner warm (Brittany Zeinstra) / Frank Loesser -- Bluebird (Grayson Mills, Elizabeth Duska) / Frank Loesser -- No good (Paulina Kurtz) / Clint Ballard, Jr. -- I am yours (Paulina Kurtz) / Jonathan Reid Gealt
Boston Conservatory - Albert Alphin Library
How lovely to be a woman ; One boy / Adams & Strouse -- When she loved me / Randy Newman -- The beauty is / Adam Guettel -- A part of that / Jason Robert Brown -- The sun and I / Gilbert & Sullivan, arr. Rob Bowman -- A natural woman / Goffin, King & Wexler -- People / Merrill & Styne -- I'm your man / Gerle & Sugarman -- Larger than life / Flaherty & Ahrens -- Sometimes a day goes by ; I don't remember you / Kander & Ebb -- I've been / Yorkey & Kitt -- I don't remember Christmas / Maltby & Shire -- I think I may want to remember / Maltby & Shire -- Come down from the tree / Flaherty & Ahrens -- Funny how the love gets in the way / Goldrich & Heisler -- Put your records on / Corinne Bailey Rae, Beck & Chrisanthou -- I'm not at all in love / Adler & Ross -- Raining / Flaherty & Ahrens -- Ain't got no tears left / Bernstein -- You're no good / Clint Ballard Jr. -- Everybody loves Louis / Stephen Sondheim -- Wait a bit / Drew & Stiles -- A sleepin' bee / Capote & Arlen -- And I will ... Read More