Stanford University
Open reel tapes by electronic music composer Richard Maxfield containing some of his most well-known works
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Poet and educator
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of the economist, University of Wisconsin professor (1927-1968), author of studies in public finance and taxation, and member of the Wisconsin State Legislature (1930-1936). Included are biographical materials, extensive correspondence, lecture and research notes, and notes and drafts of published and unpublished articles, reviews, and books. The correspondence was exchanged with various economic organizations (including cooperatives, in which Groves had a longstanding interest), government bodies, academic groups, and individuals. Prominent correspondents include Richard Goode, John Gronouski, Walter Heller, Harry Kahn, Henry Kissinger, Joseph Pechman, William Proxmire, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Subject files pertain to Madison, Wis., cooperatives; Frank Lloyd Wright's proposed Monona Terrace convention center, the Unitarian Church, and other topics
Harvard University Law School - Historical and Special Collections
Materials relating to Hart's career as a legal scholar, labor arbitrator, and as special assistant to the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (1940-1941) and associate general counsel to the U.S. Office of Price Administration (1942-1945).
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Correspondence, manuscripts, printed matter, legal documents, and art work relating to Van Ryder's interests in rodeo, western art, and Republican Party politics. Correspondences include rodeo personalities such as Guy Wedick, Foghorn Clancy, and Shorty Wallis; fellow artists Will James and Olaf Wieghorst; Richard Van Valkenburgh, publisher of the Arizona Nightingale; and Tucson residents Jane Ivancovich and William Hodgman. Hodgman provides a picture of post-war Tucson. Manuscripts are typescripts of editorials and articles for Arizona magazines and newspapers mostly concerning Van Ryder's opposition to President Franklin Roosevelt's policies. There are brochures from exhibits, divorce decrees, and business agreements. Also present are signed pen-and-ink drawings by Van Ryder
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of economist Harold Groves, a University of Wisconsin professor (1927-1968), author of studies in public finance and taxation, and member of the Wisconsin State Legislature (1930-1936). Included are biographical materials, extensive correspondence, lecture and research notes, and notes and drafts of published and unpublished articles, reviews, and books. The correspondence was exchanged with various economic organizations (including cooperatives, in which Groves had a longstanding interest), government bodies, academic groups, and individuals. Prominent correspondents include Richard Goode, John Gronouski, Walter Heller, Harry Kahn, Henry Kissinger, Joseph Pechman, William Proxmire, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Subject files pertain to Madison, Wis., cooperatives, Frank Lloyd Wright's proposed Monona Terrace convention center, the Unitarian Church, and other topics.
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Psychoanalyst. Correspondence, memoranda, manuscripts of articles and speeches, reports, lecture notes, patient case files, financial records, legal papers, photographs, and other papers pertaining primarily to Geleerd's career as a psychoanalyst.
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
The Association of University Evening Colleges (AUEC) was formerly (until 1939) the Association of Deans and Directors of University Evening Colleges; in 1973 it became the Association of Continuing Higher Education. AUEC's purpose was to study the problems of the evening college and to encourage mutual interchange and stimulation of ideas among members. The papers of the AUEC consist of minutes of committees, convention records; general correspondence; enrollment statistics; history, including six phono-tapes of oral interviews with staff members; newsletters, including press releases and copy; personnel records, including vitae and correspondence; regional meeting reports; and statistical reports of the AUEC. Major correspondents include members of the Executive Committee, editors of AUEC publications, and various education organizations. Correspondents whose letters are of significant depth and/or duration include: Gurth I. Abercrombie, E. Brandenburg, Alexander N. Charters, ... Read More
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Scope and Content Personal and professional correspondence, 1933-1976; drafts of poetry; copies of publications, 1927-1972; clippings concerning Engels and his family; teaching records; maps from his Wisconsin property and family trips; scrapbooks; and photographs.