Correspondence, minutes, financial records and publicity items concerning the roles of The Nature Conservancy's Illinois Chapter in preserving natural areas in the state that are suitable for scientific study and educational use, including prairies, bogs, caves, swamps, prairie chicken sanctuaries, etc. The Nature Conservancy is a privately funded, membership organization incorporated in Washington, D.C.
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly correspondence primarily with literary personalities in reference to Squires's books Allen Tate: A Literary Biography (1971) and Allen Tate and His Work (1972); letters and literary mss. by Tate including over 100 letters from Tate to Squires (1966-1977) and photocopy of The Governess, an unpublished dramatic adaptation co-authored by Tate and Anne Winslow; and 32 letters from novelist Caroline Gordon, who was formerly married to Tate. Other correspondents include Kenneth Burke, James Dickey, Brewster Ghiselin, Edwin Honig, Howard Nemerov, Frederic Prokosch, John Crowe Ransom, Peter Taylor, Austin Warren, and Robert Penn Warren
Museum of History & Industry, Sophie Frye Bass Library
Materials related to the history of the Pacific Outfitting Company in Seattle, mostly photographs along with some business documents and other items -- The majority of the collection is made up of photographs. These photos range from the store's early days to the days of their liquidation sale. Subjects depicted include the store, employees, and clothing. Business documents include store license, minutes, by-laws, meetings, and stocks. Other materials include promotions for credit and bonds. The transcript of an interview with Herbert Lipman provides background on the family and the history of the store
Records of the Washington State Board Against Discrimination in Employment, the Board Against Discrimination, and the Washington State Human Rights Commission -- Includes minutes of the Board Against Discrimination, administrative correspondence, and case files. The material dates from 1950 to 1975, although documentation of some years, particularly those early or late in the period, is quite sketchy. The files are mostly administrative in nature. They indicate that during this period the Board dealt primarily in three areas: public schools, housing, and employment. The Board devoted a great deal of time to the case Casteneda v. Granger and handled many small cases involving alleged discrimination in employment or in housing. The files also indicate that race was the most often reported grounds of discrimination. The Board also collected a great deal of information on other human rights organizations. The information from these organizations originated from offices in many locations ... Read More
Montana State University--Bozeman Libraries, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
The Cotter papers consist of a photocopy of the original diary of Richard D. Cotter with entires dated 14 November 1875 to 25 February 1876. A partial typed transcript, completed by hand, of the same document is also included. The diary pertains primarily to a journey Cotter took through Idaho and Washington territories after leaving New York Gulch. The collection also includes a copy of a book recording the membership and financial transactions of the New York Dancing Club with entries from 29 May 1874 through 15 March 1878. Photocopies of two legal documents recording the sale of a mining claim to Cotter from D. W. Culberson in 1870 and the sale of the dancing club building by Harvey Spencer in 1874 complete the collection