Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
May contain pamphlets, press accounts, and ephemera
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
The Jeannette Rankin collection is an artificial collection of various documents and items by and about Rankin pulled together into one collection by archives staff. Series I includes a 1917 campaign letter from Jeannette Rankin addressed to "Dear Friend," a 1938 anti-war campaign button, two 1940 election campaign buttons, and a 1980 invitation to the dedication of a Jeannette Rankin statue. Series II consists of pamphlets, form letters, and stationery related to Rankin's congressional campaigns and key issues she faced as a member of the House, 1917-1942. Specifically, there are mailings and pamphlets reflecting her views on U.S. involvement in World War I and World War II, as well as a bill relating to federal control of mines. Series III includes two copies of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) file on Jeannette Rankin and the Jeannette Rankin Brigade from 1941 to 1968 that have slightly different content and slightly different portions of papers redacted or blacked out by ... Read More
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
May contain pamphlets, press accounts, and ephemera
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
May contain pamphlets, press accounts, and ephemera
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
Includes major administrative records relating to the Faculty, especially correspondence files of the Deans. Deans of the Faculty include the following: Ephraim Whitman Gurney (1870-1876), Charles Joyce White, Acting Dean (1887-1888), C.F. Dunbar (1876-1882; 1890-1895), James M. Peirce (1895-1898), C.L. Smith (1882-1890; 1898-1902), L.B.R. Briggs (1902-1925), C.H. Moore (1925- 1931), K.B. Murdock (1931-1935), G.D. Birkhoff (1935-1939), W.S. Ferguson (1939-1942), P. Buck (1942-1953), McGeorge Bundy (1953-1961), N. Pusey (1961-1962), F.L. Ford (1962-1970), J. Dunlop (1970-1973), H. Rosovsky (1973-1984), and A.M. Spence (1984-1990)
Bowling Green State University
Minor collection of photographs, printed material, a record of U.S. Naval service, and a Navy Storekeeper insignia patch from his service in World War II
James Madison University - Special Collections
This collection documents Emily Lee's work with James Madison University's Alumni Association and the Board of Visitors. Much of her correspondence includes letters to her fellow alumnae from the class of 1943. Her awards, appointments and accompanying news clippings are included as are booklets compiled for alumni reunion weekends and homecomings. Of special interest is the history of the university's processional mace, a gift of the Class of 1943, presented to the University on Founder's Day, 1979
University of Central Florida Libraries - Special Collections and University Archives
This collection highlights the initial correspondence between the community and the university and the task undertaken by the staff at FTU to create the new university seal Series I consists of 0.5 box of correspondence and sketches from various designers, citizens, Board of Regents officials, and university president Dr. Charles Millican. Series II consists of 0.5 box of notes, suggestions, photographs, and logo examples. Series III consists of 0.5 box of news releases, a photograph, and a graphics usage brochure. Series IV consists of 0.1 box of artwork created as design concepts for the new university seal, of which there are forty-two in this series and all are primarily made from a heavy paper or paper board while some use plastic sheets with logos painted on them to create the final piece
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
This collection contains 117 printed or embossed monograms clipped from envelopes and letterheads between 1892-1902. Most are from such colleges and universities as Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Wesleyan University, Mt. Holyoke College, Harvard University, Brown University, Boston University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Others are from hotels, clubs, churches, and public offices such as The White House. The collection also contains a sample sheet of embossing, an engraving depicting two people adding names to a scroll with a skull and cross bones below and a crown above, and an admission ticket to Class Day at Harvard University in 1902, bearing the name B.H. Pierce