Rutgers University Libraries
Legal papers, bills, receipts, and other papers, concerning Isaac P. Labagh and the Labagh farm in New York
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Journals, ledgers, cash records, stock registers, bills, vouchers, inventories, appraisals, annual reports, and other records. Includes information relating to the company's sale of water-generated electric power to Putnam Light & Power Company, Putnam, Conn., also owned by the Sayles organization
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, patents, legal documents, photos, and other printed materials, relating to Parker's career in the automotive industry, including licensing patents on metal wheels and demountable rims and patent battles over them; president of Newmastic Company, New York City; manager of the wheel department for Hydraulic Pressed Steel Company, Cleveland, Ohio; and president of his own company, Parker Wheel Company, Cleveland, Ohio, which went bankrupt in 1935; together with government service documents, departmental memoranda, official reports, technical material, and other printed materials, relating to Parker's activities as aeronautical engineer with U.S. Army Signal Corps in charge of technical records during World War I and the establishment of a uniform record system resulting from an Inspector General's investigation into irregularities between the lubrication department and the air division of the Signal Corps. Correspondents include Christian Girl and Louis Perlman
Rutgers University Libraries
Letter book concerning the firm's practice
University of Virginia Library
Personal and professional correspondence (chiefly letters of application and recommendation), typescripts of articles by colleagues, student examinations, library reserve lists, committee appointments, faculty reports, notices, memoranda, and financial records, relating to White's duties as professor of agricultural biology and director of Blandy Experimental Farm, University of Virginia; together with journal (1921-1922) written as botanist on an expedition to the Amazon Basin led by Henry Hurd Rusby, notes taken at lectures by Wilhelm Ludvig Johannsen, book reviews, genetics articles, and diary (1923) of trip to Yellowstone National Park by Charles Thomas Brues. Correspondence with John Burroughs contains material relating to Luther Burbank and Charles Darwin. Includes material relating to American Rock Garden Society, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Houghton Mifflin Company, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, and Smithsonian Institution. Correspondents include Clara Barrus, Albert Francis ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, diaries, biographical/genealogical items, education files, scrapbooks and clippings, articles and writings, and photos, of the Duggan, Prichard, and Taylor families of North Carolina and Virginia. Subjects include education of family members at Chowan Baptist Female Institute and Oxford Female College, Art Students League, New York, N.Y., effect of the Civil War on the family members in Wilmington, N.C., Baptist church, and missionary endeavors in Mexico and Puerto Rico
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Manuscripts, proofs, correspondence, and other materials, relating to proposed publications of books by Cid Corman, Larry Eigner, Clayton Eshleman, Jackson Mac Low, Michael McClure, Toby Olson, Norman Rosten, Jerome Rothenberg, and Diane Wakoski
Portsmouth Athenaeum
Four letters from Porter in New York to William Buel Franklin, Civil War general, businessman, and politician -- Subjects include reminiscences on the Civil War, a book by Thomas B. Hyde, travel arrangements, sharing books and pamphlets, and the mention of his birthplace, Portsmouth, N.H.
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society
The majority of this collection is comprised of various manuscripts to the guides that were produced by Bedpan Productions. They include four guides to San Francisco which began in 1991 and ended in 1995. Also included are guides to both Washington D.C. and New York. For each final draft guide there are preliminary notes and drafts which have been altered. These contain marks and suggestions from the authors and various editors. Most of the comments of the editors pertain to grammar and technical usage of language; however, they amplify the unique manner in which the authors choose to describe the various environments. In addition, the collection also contains final drafts of each of the guides to the various cities. A picture of the authors and promotional papers are also included
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, mss. of writings, documents, photos, and printed matter, relating to emigré activities in New York, American reaction to the Soviet purges, the celebration of Pavel Mili︠u︡kov's 80th birthday in 1939, and other topics. Includes typewritten copy of a diary, evidently from the Russian Civil War period, attributed to T. Zabytyĭ, and posters from the Civil War period. Correspondents include Vladimir Burt︠s︡ev, Geroid Robinson, and Alexandra Tolstoy

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