University of Washington Libraries
The James M. Matsuoka Papers contain the records of Matsuoka's two businesses: Kent Vegetable Growers' Association and International Realty Company. Materials primarily comprise of the financial records, correspondence, meeting minutes, invoices, reports, and insurance records of the Kent Vegetable Growers' Association. Also included is correspondence and financial records documenting Matsuoka's Seattle-based real estate business, International Realty Company
Alaska Historical Library
Interviews (audio tapes with typewritten transcripts) conducted in Haines, Hoonah, Juneau, Kenai, Mount Edgecumbe, Nenana, Naknek, Nome, Ninilchik, Selawik, Seward, and Sitka, concerned with daily life in Alaska before 1950
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, reports, personnel records, contracts and agreements, union newsletters, printed materials, subject files, photos, and other records, of the center and institute, including information relating to Connecticut trade unions and conferences, courses, and university extension programs, administered or sponsored by the center and independent corporations throughout the state. Includes files (1949-1968) of John Glynn reflecting his years with Labor-Management Institute and later as director of the center; records of Windham Area Community Action Program concerning Headstart, legal aid, and other WACP sponsored programs; records of conferences or courses relating to many subjects including grievance procedures, steward training, labor-management relations, arbitration, job evaluation, employment security, and time study; information from the University of Philippines concerning trade unions in the Philippines; U.S. Mutual Security Agency files (1952-1953) concerning ... Read More
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Records of the Fremont branch of the AAUW from its formation in 1934 until 2009. Consists primarily of the minutes from AAUW meetings from 1937-2007, with a gap between 1993 and 2005, and financial records from 1935 to 2009, including detailed bank statements from 1984 to 2009, and educational loan documents from 1979 to 1996. The records also include correspondence from 1934 to 1935, 1986 to1991, and 2002. Perhaps most significant is the correspondence from 1934 to 1935, which is made up of letters from the National AAUW to the Fremont founders during the formation of the Fremont branch. Other significant items are branch reports from 1935, 1937 to 1938, and reports and membership information from 1983 to 2005. The records also contain printed materials such as tax forms, financial forms, AAUW publications, stationary, and program books detailing the Fremont branch's activities from 1936 to 2003
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Correspondence, financial records, legal documents, clippings, cattle tallies, and writings relative to the Johnson County War; together with financial records of the Robert Foote Company of Buffalo and Powder River, Wyo
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Professional and personal correspondence; financial records, including account information and checkbook ledgers; State Statistical Agent correspondence during the period when Duncan held the position (1911-1913); Missoula school district information, including a 1909 school census record; and legal documents from Duncan's law firms
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Discharge of Walters from the 169th Ohio National Guard
Navarro College
Letter documenting the military skirmishes at Fort Bisland, La
Navarro College
Telegram (13 Apr. 1861; 1 p.; written out by telegraph operator) from Jefferson Davis to Brig. Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard, Charleston, S.C., relating to the siege on Fort Sumter, S.C.; autograph letter signed (3 May 1863; 1 p.) from Jefferson Davis to Gen. Reuben Davis, Columbus, Miss., relating to news of Jefferson Davis's nephew Brig. Gen. Joseph Robert Davis and the progress of the siege at Vicksburg, Miss.; and an autograph sentiment (Apr. 1883; 1 p.) from the pen of Jefferson Davis, Beauvoir, Miss., stating, "Blessed be the hand that prepares a pleasure for a child, for there is no saying when and where it may bloom forth.".
Dyer Library/Saco Museum
Chiefly correspondence to Gibeon E. Bradbury, his wife Jennie, and their son, Gibeon Elden Bradbury, Jr.; letters and other documents (1800-1850s) addressed to various Bradbury family members, including Nathaniel Bradbury; a large group of letters (1855-1904) to Gibeon E. Bradbury and Jennie B. Bradbury from friends and relatives, including many from Jennie's brother Charles Akers, a sculptor living in New York City -- Subjects of this group of letters include personal activities, health and travels of the correspondents and the Bradburys, and Gibeon Bradbury's work and his efforts to sell his paintings