University of Virginia
Invitations, menus, pamphlets, keepsakes, etc., prepared for the Capital Campaign Kickoff Weekend, 2006 September 29-October 1. Items include Karin Wittenborg's welcoming speech, and John Casteen's "talking points" for the Campaign Kickoff Library event of September 30, the nametag for keynote speaker Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, as well as Justice O'connor's name tag
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of a scrapbook compiled by Vivian Heath which includes most of the non-official records of First Lt. Tommy Heath's stay in Korea, as well as earlier clippings and keepsakes
Indiana State Library - Manuscripts and Rare Books
This collection contains pages from a scrapbook kept by the Shock family of Henry County, Indiana ranging from 1921 to circa 1970s. The scrapbook pages include photographs, postcards, newspaper clippings, and mementos of trips that Lorene Shock's mother, Stella Pierce, collected while traveling during the 1920s. She and a group of friends traveled to a number of cities and historic sites including Washington D.C., New York City, Gettysburg, Philadelphia, and several communities in Indiana. The rest of the scrapbook pages contain Christmas and Valentine's Day cards, postcards, birth announcements, newspaper clippings of U.S. presidents, and other family keepsakes
University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
The James D. Barger, M.D. Papers document Barger's personal and professional life, and date from 1918-1996. The collection is arranged into four series as follows: Series I: Personal/Family: These materials date from the 1920s to the 1990s and relate to Barger's personal life and family history. Included is correspondence, newspaper clippings, Linton High School and University of North Dakota materials, and keepsakes. Series II: Professional Activities: This series contains items relating to Barger's work as a pathologist. Included is material related to conferences attended, organizations with which he was involved, and honors he received. Copies of journal articles, as well as correspondence is included. Series III: Sporting Events: This series includes ticket stubs from sporting events, as well as programs and unpublished narratives from various track meets around the world. Series IV : Artifacts: These items consist of personal and family keepsakes, including medals, ribbons and ... Read More
Grolier Club
"Death-bed portrait of John Keats," from original drawing in the collection of A. Edward Newton, dated Christmas, 1920; "The act of creation," frontispiece of William Blake's "Europe" from the collection of A. Edward Newton, dated December, 1925; and "Caricature of two great Victorians" [Dickens and Thackeray cartoon from Punch ], undated
New York Public Library
Miscellaneous toys, toy sets and keepsakes from the United States, Europe, and Japan, dating approximately from 1850s to 1950s
National Library of New Zealand - Alexander Turnbull Library
Elizabeth Wilson : a New Year keepsake from the Holloway Press -- A keepsake from the Holloway press: a poem by Michele Leggott -- Song for Barrie / Douglas Barbour
Vanderbilt University - Jean and Alexander Heard Library
Natasha Trethewey -- -- Jane Hirshfield -- -- Michael Martone -- -- Terrance Hayes -- -- Anthony Grooms -- -- Marjorie Sandor
Jewish Museum of Maryland
The Zamoiski papers contain memorabilia of Calman's service in the U.S. Army during World War I including letters from family and friends, diaries, and other souvenirs of his war service in France -- There are also copies of his radio operators license as well as articles describing his foray into broadcasting. Also included are memorial tributes to hi parents, Joseph M. (d. 1927) and Tena (Bernstein) Zamoiski (d. 1952). The Zamoiski Company papers consist of information about products sold by the company, company advertising and sales brochures, and the company's annual convention booklets. There is also documentation of Zamoiski's involvement in other business ventures including a patent application of M.W. Askin and service by his brother, Joseph M. Zamoiski, to the Big Brothers of the National Capital Region
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
This is a collection of miscellaneous souvenirs, printed form letters, invitations, etc., relating to the Centennial Exposition held in Philadelphia, 1876