East Carolina University - Joyner Library
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Articles about the life, career, and memoir release of Jerry Butler
State Library of Victoria
Man standing, whole-length, to right, right hand on top of cane chair, boy sitting on the chair, whole-length, to left (almost full face), wearing jacket, shorts and knee length socks
Milwaukee Public Library
Tug built in 1960 at Lauzon, Quebec
University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia
Atlanta based art critic Jerry Cullum donated batches of his personal papers to MOCA GA in both 2013 and 2016. The bulk of the collection includes newspaper articles, many from the Atlanta Journal Constitution 1990-2008. His collection also incorporates articles from other Atlanta critics (1966-2013), such as Catherine Fox. Numerous exhibition catalogues and art related magazines, many with essays by Jerry Cullum, are also included in the collection. "Dreams, Bright and Dark" from a 2007 exhibition at Studio Swan, which was also curated by Jerry Cullum is just one example. There are hundreds of exhibition related materials such as press releases, announcements and mailings; small catalogues and exhibition brochures, artist statements and exhibition price lists. The bulk of these materials date from 2002 to 2010, but there are many from the 1990s and a few from the 1980s. Found throughout these documents are small hand written notes by Mr. Cullum. The majority of the correspondence ... Read More
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K . Ross Toole Archives
This collection consists of two pages of typed reminiscences, entitled "Follow up to History of the Lincoln Backcountry Controversy by D.R. Randall," documenting Jerry Stern's time as ranger for the Lincoln Ranger District in Montana in the mid-1960s. A third page is titled "Other comments and Lincoln Ranger District." Topics addressed in the reminiscence include Stern's interactions with Cecil Garland of the Lincoln Back-Country Protective Association, his impression of the Lincoln-Scapegoat area as a timber resource, and his memories of working with young adults on the trail crew and with "pressure" groups
University of Washington
One copy of "Poems and Pictures of the ILWU," a self published compilation of waterfront and family photos accompanied by poems on personal and political topics
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of a civil rights worker in Sunflower County, Mississippi -- Included are scattered correspondence, leaflets, flyers, newsletters, research material, notes, and reports to the Atlanta office of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)
Rutgers University Libraries
Resumes, contracts, scripts, music, theatrical posters, programs, reviews, photographs and other papers pertaining to Cunliffe's acting career and plays in which he appeared. Some of the material pertains to plays directed by Tom O'Horgan. Among the playwrights represented is Paul Foster