Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection includes the publication "1991 Street Guide" from The Muncie Police Athletic League in Muncie, IN, from 1991
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
The collection contains two bound volumes entitled "State Street Investment Corporation and Von Investment Corporation--Agreement and plan of reorganization." Most of the material deals with the 1966 investment company merger, but the original articles of incorporation and later reorganizational materials for Vonnegut Hardware Co. are also included
Kentucky State Archives Guide Project
The minute book of this Bowling Green, Kentucky church also contains church financial reports
New York State Library - Manuscripts and Special Collections
Letter to Alfred B. Street." ... They have altogether the pleasantest situation around Auburn-and the best prospect-a beautiful view of Owasco Lake also of the village. ... There was a Loco Foco celebration here Saturday-men from the adjoining counties flocked in, to rejoice at the passage of the sub treasury bill ...".
University of North Texas Library
The minute book of this Bowling Green, Kentucky church also contains church financial reports
State Library of Queensland
Records and promotional material of the organising committee behind the production of the 'Yandina Street Fair.' The event was a recipient of the Q150 awards
Louisiana State University - Special Collections
Document for the sale of a slave by the name of Alexander, sold by William Street of Person County, North Carolina to his wife for the amount of one dollar
Seattle Municipal Archives
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, and staff reports relating primarily to land use and regional planning issues including the downtown plan, neighborhood planning, housing, major institutions and multi-family zoning, economic development, and annexations. Also includes material regarding education and the public schools, child care and youth programs, the Mariner's stadium proposal and use of the north Kingdome parking lot, and the Seattle Commons proposal
Chicago History Museum
Scrapbooks, audio tape recordings, and phonograph records related to the State Street Council in Chicago (Ill.). Sound recordings include promotional broadcasts by celebrities such as Roy Rogers and Chicago mayors. Three scrapbooks (ca. 1953-1957) contain research and promotional materials, including newspaper clippings and descriptions of and plans for State Street Days events. One scrapbook is titled Downtown Detroit Days