Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Contains a photograph, letter of evaluation, and proclamations associated with Kennedy's career in the Air Force. Some of these materials are written or signed by Gail S. Halvorsen, in his role as Kennedy's commanding officer. Materials date from between 1973 and 1977
Oregon State Archives
Series documents time set aside by the Governor to honor special interest groups or activities. Series includes proclamations made for "Secretaries Day," "Obey the Speed Week," "Good Health Week," and the "Month to Read.".
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Printed and signed proclamation in Spanish. The item announces that the Brigadier Don Juan Garcia, commander of the "navio Santiago" will be leaving for Spain with the royal revenues from the port in Vera Cruz, Mexico. The document also gives logistical information to merchants who need to register goods to be shipped. On the back of this item there is a handwritten endorsement by the authorities at Puebla, Mexico who state that the proclamation has been obeyed by them
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Photocopies of handwritten and printed receipts, wills, correspondence, royal decrees, proclamations, pronouncements, grants, certificates, reports, licenses, orders, inventories, petitions, claims, and requests. The materials are in Spanish some of which include translations
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Contains handwritten and printed items relating to the administration of the fiefdom of Guadalcanal. Includes information on the assignment of the area to Ercole Sfondrati, as well as its later administration. The materials also document the conflict between Sfondrati and Gaspar Alfonso Perez de Guzman over its control. Documents date from between 1599 and 1659
Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives
These records document Governor William D. Bradley's power and privilege to make official public announcements. Included are proclamations announing each annual Thanksgiving, Arbor Day, and Labor Day. Also included are a proclamation announcing the dedication ceremony for the monument to Union and Confederate soldiers at Chickamauga National Park, and a proclamation announcing the opening of the Kentucky Houses of Reform
Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives
This collection was assembled by the Georgia Historical Society and contains legal documents pertaining to cases from Wilkes County, Georgia. Item 1 is the acknowledgement of a proclamation by Governor George Mathews ordering the state militia to pursue and apprehend Elijah Clarke who had trespassed onto Native American lands and tried to set up his own independent nation, the Trans-Oconee Republic. Item 2 is a Writ of Fieri facias against Robert Carter after he was defeated in his case against Lipham and Moore. The writ entitled the sheriff to sell Carter's property until the balance owed, £21-7s-10d (21 pounds, 7 shillings, 10 pence) plus court costs of £2-17s-9d (2 pounds, 17 shillings, 9 pence), was paid in full. Item 3 is a summons for John Connor (defendant) to appear in Inferior court on the first Tuesday in October 1795, to give testimony in the case of William Layne v John Connor. Conner faced charges of assault and battery. Item 4 is also a subpoena for Henry Holtzclaw's ... Read More
Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives
The documents in this collection support Alexander Wright's claim for the destruction by British forces of rice, other provisions, and the barn and machinery on his plantation, Richmond & Kew, near Savannah, Georgia. Two affidavits describe and evaluate the destroyed property. The third item in the collection, a proclamation of Governor Wright certifying Nathaniel Hall's authority as Justice of the Peace to take affidavits, orders that the Great Seal of Georgia should be attached. The fourth document is Sir James Wright's and Lt. Col Alured Clarke's proclamation giving their authority for ordering the destruction of the property; it is signed by both. Typed transcriptions for all documents are included with the originals
Georgia Historical Society - Library and Archives
The collection is chronologically organized into 6 folders (1981, 1983-1986 and a miscellaneous folder). The 1981 documents center on the organization's 1981 event, Women's Equality Day. The 1983 folder includes meeting agendas and minutes, covering the Take Back the Night march, female involvement in local government, and creating a Women's Platform for the 1984 elections. The 1984 meeting minutes and correspondence focus on the Women's Platform project and a voter education campaign. The 1985 minutes address the group's push to have more women included in local politics. The Women's Fair was the group's predominant project in 1986. There is a miscellaneous folder that contains the 1982 Directory of Organizations and Civic Groups of Women, created by ACtion Together, and the 1983 Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce Civic Groups and Organizations Directory. Other than the directory, there are no ACT documents from 1982. There is also a scrapbook that focuses on the 1981 event, Women's ... Read More
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
The collection contains correspondence, documents, drawing and engravings, history, photographs, proclamations, flags, plaques, bulletins and gazettes, medals, pins, buckles, and other artifacts relating to the New York National Guard, 7th Regiment participation in the Civil War, and the later West Coast veterans organization