Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The loose photographs in this collection were once part of the AISI vertical files at their Washington, D.C., headquarters. They represent various topics related to steel production which include skid tubes, ore loaders, Hulett-type unloaders, and ore processing. In addition, there are other diverse, miscellaneous photographs: post-World War II European rebuilding projects; steel products, including stainless steel rocket cones and time capsules; chain link fences. In 1963 the Institute sponsored a "Design in Steel" contest in which awards were given in eight different categories. The winners and their designs are included in the collection
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Collection consists of a wide assortment of ephemera, mostly advertising cards and labels, but also billheads, blotters, bookmarks, business cards, catalogs, checks, envelopes, flyers, letterheads, newsletters, packaging, postcards, and stamps. Items are arranged by the following subjects: agriculture, beverage, cloth/clothing, cosmetic, financial, food, household, medical, religion, sewing, soap, tobacco, transportation, utility product, war, and miscellaneous
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Chiefly correspondence, documents, photographs, and postcards of Neidecker reflecting Neidecker's service in the U.S. Navy, including letters written to his parents Elizabeth Starr Neidecker and John Adam Neidecker, his wife-to-be Alpha Jane Hennessy, and other family members, chiefly from naval ports along the east coast U.S., Cuba, Turkey, Mexico, Haiti, and other locations; folder of military records (1910-1922) documenting his service with Ohio National Guard and U.S. Navy, including appointments, awards, character references, and discharges; 22 black and white photos of American sailors in naval uniforms, chiefly unidentified although several appear to be of Fred Neidecker; postcards (78 items, 1911-1916), providing pictures and some brief notes of areas visited, including nine postcards written by Melvin A. Holly to Miss May Hasselbart while he was on a European vacation; obituaries and newspaper articles from the Port Clinton area collected by Fred and his sister Elizabeth, as ... Read More
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
This is a group of postcards; each card is illustrated by an identified railroad station or depot. It is an artifical collection assembled by the Pictorial Collections department
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
This small collection consists of four blank postcards showing scenes from the New York World's Fair in 1964-1965. The set is titled, "Official world's fair post cards by Dexter, West Nyack, N.Y." The scenes are: 1) General scene of the fair from the New York State Pavilion, 2) Coca-Cola Company Pavilion, 3) the Monorail (built by the American Machine & Foundry Company), and 4) Unisphere night scene
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The collection consists of graphic materials related to J.B. Campbell and the Campbell Water Wheel Company. The bulk of the collection contains photographs of company projects, arranged alphabetically by client or contractor name. These include views of water wheels, turbines, and water supply systems during various stages of installation. There are also views of mills, dams, flumes, hydroelectric power plants, irrigation gates, swimming pools, and hydraulic machinery. Installations for clients such as Henry Ford and members of the du Pont and Rockefeller families are among those pictured. There are also plot plans showing the water supply system from a water wheel on the estate of F. King Wainwright in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
This is a postcard with illustration showing a male employee with a female employee on his lap in an office setting. The caption reads, "How would you like my job?" An early typewriter is on the table in front of them. Postal cancellation date 1909
Newberry Library
Christmas cards, note cards, postcards, calendars, catalogues, and production files -- Includes working papers and samples of publications produced for sale which contain reproductions of images from the Newberry Library collections
Grolier Club
A small group of American publishers' ephemera. Includes publishers' advertisements for: Ralph, Julian. The millionairess. Boston: Lothrop, [1902]; Wharton, Anne Hollingsworth. A rose of old Quebec. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, [1913]; and Whitewater, Willie. The story of W.R. Honnell's life and adventures among the Indians ... Kansas City: Burton, [1950]. Also includes two ca. 1950s order cards from San Francisco bookseller Paul Elder's and a press release from Viking Press, dated 11 March 1957, announcing rush publication of 100 Hours to Suez by Robert Henriques and A student's diary: Budapest, October 16-November 1, 1956 by Laszlo Beke. Also includes a ca. 1900-1910 leather postcard titled: "Why the Dickens don't you write" with copyright statement of W.S. Heal
Vermont Covered Bridge Society
Photographic postcards and prints, clippings, articles, and other materials, relating to some of the remaining and extinct covered bridges in Massachusetts. Minimal information is available on several present bridges