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Mayor: Scrapbooks containing photographs, newspaper clippings, letters of appreciation and programs from various civic appearances. Scrapbooks for 1992 also contain campaign literature for her 1992 campaign, clippings of newspaper articles, editorials, and editorial cartoons. Archival binder (4) chiefly contains letters of congratulation on reelection from citizens, businessmen, and local, state, and federal elected officials
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Series I. Photographs of the following target neighborhoods: 16th Street, Doyletown, Gracetown, Seatack, Queen City drainage. Newsclippings [sic] prior to 1981 [chiefly 1981]; 1982; 1986-June 1987; July 1987-June 1988; Newsclippings July 1988 plus ; one 1985 policy statement notebook, one binder of slides
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Bunche writes Stavsky about the Armistice Agreement entered into by the governments of Israel and the four Arab States. He explains that the United Nations was not responsible for the implementation of the Armistice Agreements but acted only as the Mediator
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Series I. Scrapbooks include clippings, photographs, correspondences, and programs of both the Council of Garden Clubs and of member clubs
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Thomas B. Mosher (1852-1923), then a manufacturer of various stationery materials, published his first book in 1891 without the author's knowledge or permission. He successfully published 16 books by 1895, sold his stationery business and began to publish full-time. Noted for his contributions to the private press movement in the United States, he published 384 separate titles, 338 reprints of those, and 61 "privately printed" books, all limited editions. (excerpted from Wikipedia "Thomas Bird Mosher": http://en.wixipedia.org, viewed June 2012.).
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In addition to documenting the life of a person, funeral bulletins and cards often provide genealogical information such as birth, death and burial dates and locations, names of close relatives, and an insight into his/her life and interests
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Vols. 1-3. include clippings, pamphlets, and photographs, chiefly from 1974-2000, about Beach businesses and buildings, many of them now demolished. Included also are clippings about landmarks and new attractions, including Mt. Trashmore and the Virginia Marine Science Center (now the Virginia Aquarium). Many related photographs are in Vols. 4-6
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Chiefly press photographs of Alan B. Shepard during the preparation for his 1961 flight and of his family during this period, plus photographs of the Shepard family meeting President Kennedy and being feted after the flight. Includes a color postcard of Shepard in his Mercury flight suit. Also includes a postcard of the Alan B. Shepard Convention Center in Virginia Beach. The Alan B. Shepard Convention Center, renamed in honor of Shepard in 1963, (also known as the Alan B. Shepard Civic Center and The Dome) was a popular concert and convention venue from 1958 until its demolition in 1994