Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Stanford University
Notes usually written by Frank Stauffacher
Ball State University - Bracken Library
Original notes, papers, newspaper clippings, and statistics generated or collected by participants of the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938 on Indiana under the directorship of Ross F. Lockridge covering Delaware, Dubois, Elkhart, and Fayette counties
New York Public Library
The Web was a weekly mystery anthology television series that aired on CBS from 1951 to 1954. The Web episodes were shot live and based on stories written by the members of the Mystery Writers of America. The Web scripts date from 1951 to 1952 and contain shooting scripts for episodes 55 through 95. The scripts are annotated to show changes made to dialogue, along with technical notes, prop notes, and the run time for individual scenes
Harvard University - Countway Library of Medicine
MC 425, the Joint Program in Neonatology Records, 1975-1980s, contains administrative records, patient records, statistics, and legal consultation and case notes documenting the program's activities
University of Southern California - Doheny Library
Drawings and records used during November 1991 in production of the television show The Simpsons . Includes notes, retake sheets, outlines, budget records, artwork for "The Otto Show" episode (aired April 23, 1992), and a storyboard for the "Homer Alone" episode (aired February 6, 1992)
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Writings and research produced by the Wisconsin division of the WPA Federal Writers' Project (1935-1942), designed to provide jobs for unemployed professional and white-collar workers. The collection consists of biographies of famous Wisconsinites; tour guides and histories of Madison, Milwaukee, Mineral Point, and Wausau; radio scripts of dramatized biographies and dramatized recollections of pioneer days; and other writings -- Included in the other writings is a history of the Camp Hayward transient camp, a history of Milwaukee street names, notes on newspaper publisher Karl Roeser, information on logging and on artifacts in the Rhinelander Logging Museum, and other items
Cornell University Libraries
Correspondence, publicity materials, and publications concerning forestry conservation legislation -- Chiefly correspondence of Roy S. Kellogg, chairman; circular letters, memoranda, resolutions, press releases and other publicity materials and miscellaneous printed and mimeographed items. Kellogg's correspondence with committee members, professional foresters, lumber dealers, and other lumber industry groups, conservation associations, farm organizations, newspaper publishers, Congressmen, and others concerns efforts to promote various conservation bills; correspondents include Edgar Allen, E.T. Allen, Shirley Allen, Philip W. Ayres, Elbert H. Baker, Hugh Potter Baker, John W. Blodgett, Warren B. Bullock, Ovid M. Butler, Earle Hart Clapp, Wilson M. Compton, Samuel Trask Dana, John Foley, David L. Goodwillie, William B. Greeley, William L. Hall, Gilbert M. Haugen, Ralph Sheldon Hosmer, Charles L. McNary, Barrington Moore, George N. Ostrander, Charles Lathrop Pack, Joseph Hyde Pratt, ... Read More
University of California, Berkeley
The Sierra Club International Program Records document the activities and policies of one of the first organizations to be granted nongovernmental representative status at the United Nations. The records in this collection include correspondence, financial records, minutes, agendas, notes, policy statements, statements and testimony, slide/tape scripts, press releases, clippings, and fact sheets, which document the wide-ranging and effective efforts of the Club to influence international environmental policy. Important conservation organizations represented include the International Union on Conservation of Nature; the United Nations, particularly the U.N. Environmental Programme; the United States Agency for International Development; and the Law of the Seas Conference. International conservation issues include Antarctica, biological diversity, man and the biosphere, marine ecology, marine mammals, multi-lateral development banks, and rain forests
University of Texas Libraries
"Out of the Blue" Project Files relate to the production of the documentary about the 1966 UT Tower shooting -- The collection include research files, interview notes, and photocopies of related newspaper and magazine articles. The collection also includes a CD of the finished documentary