Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Contents of the cornerstone laid Sept. 5, 1883 of the North Dakota State Capitol which was in 1883, burned down 1930, and reconstructed in 1933/1934, in Bismarck. Includes correspondence, program of dedication ceremony, calling cards, North Dakota newspapers, and speech by Governor Nehemiah Ordway
Nebraska State Capitol Archives
Shop drawings (usually working and as-built drawings by function), from contributing contractors, manufacturers, and suppliers, generally approved by the architects Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and Bertram G. Goodhue Associates -- Firms represented include American Sheet Metal Works (location unknown, 15 unique titles, 15 copies), Art Metal Construction Co. (Kansas City, Mo., 16, 48), Eli Berman Co. (New York, N.Y., 6, 6), Alfred Blum Co. (Omaha, Neb., 13, 13), J.S. Heath Co. (Waukegan, Ill., 1, 1), Irving & Casson (New York, N.Y., 1, 2), William H. Jackson Co. (New York, N.Y., 3, 4), Kinnear Manufacturing Co. (Columbus, Ohio, 6, 11), David Lupton's Sons Co. (Chicago, Ill., 11, 22), Moeschl Edwards Company (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1, 2), Mosler Safe Co. (Kansas City, Mo., 3, 6), John Polachek Bronze & Iron Co. (Long Island, N.Y., 1, 1), Richards-Wilcox Manufacturing Co. (Aurora, Ill., 2, 2), Richmond Fireproof Door Co. (Richmond, Ind., 1, 2), Standard Planing Mills (Lincoln, Neb., 1, 3), and ... Read More
Washington State Library
This collection contains the Proclamation by the Governor of Washington State proclaiming Olympia as the state's capital. The collection contains a hand-written draft of the proclamation signed by Charles E. Laughton, Lieutenant and Acting Governor, and Brad W. Davis, Acting Secretary of State. There is also a typewritten copy of the proclamation that is signed
Washington State Library
This is a framed black and white photograph of the Capitol Building in Olympia, WA. The photograph is 15.5 in. (39 cm.) x 19.5 in. (49 cm.) with a framed size of 18 in. (45 cm.) x 24 in. (60 cm.). The photograph is in a wooden black frame with a cream colored mat. The photo was taken with the Tivoli Fountain in the forefront of the photograph with the Capitol and Legislative Building in the background. It is unclear who had taken the photograph. The photo was framed by Irene Fury in Snoqualmie, WA
Washington State Library
This is a framed (47 cm. x 80 cm.) architectural drawing of the proposed remodeled Washington State Library. It appears to be a pen and watercolor architectural drawing that has been matted and framed. The watercolor appears to be a pale rose. It was created by Wohleb and Wohleb A.I.A. & Associates of Olympia, WA. It was requested under the direction of Harold D. Van Eaton, Director of the Washington State Dept. of Public Institutions. A report by Wohleb & Wohleb was compiled that accompanied the drawing. The report is titled: Report on the Necessary Additions and Alterations to the Labor and Industries Building to Accommodate the Washington State Library, Olympia, Washington
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence (1856-1862), financial papers, two diaries (1855-1860), survey notes (1858-1860), account books (1856-1858, 1867-1870), maps, a brief Dakota-English vocabulary book, and other miscellany of Leavenworth, a surveyor and civil engineer. They pertain largely to his years in Minnesota (1856-1860) surveying and mapping areas in Le Sueur County and in the upper Minnesota River Valley
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence and clippings on the use of the Fort Snelling chapel; five architects' and engineers' reports on proposed renovation work for the state capitol building; four studies for a proposed state capitol solar energy system; and miscellaneous architectural drawings of the Ford Building, 117 University Avenue, St. Paul (1947-1950) and state capitol power plant (1932-1955)
Minnesota Historical Society
A typed transcript of a telephone conversation with Fred Boyd of Minneapolis, Minnesota, relating to Joseph Rolette's scheme to keep St. Paul as the capital of Minnesota. Boyd's story tells of the attempts of residents of the village of Cleveland to obtain their city as the capital site
Minnesota Historical Society
Contains correspondence regarding poetry written by Gordon, the First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War, Minnesota politics in 1868 and 1914, and the presidential campaign of 1912; essays and letters by Gordon on suffrage in Minnesota (1868), on the Hawaiian question (1897), on the Panama Canal tolls controversy (1914), on World War I (1915), and on the controversy about the gilded horses on the Minnesota Capitol; autobiographical notes giving information on legal practice and frontier social conditions in Minnesota in the 1860s; and scrapbooks of newspaper clippings referring to Gordon's political and literary activities
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence, diaries, real estate records, scrapbooks, school records and other materials documenting the career and family of Ramsey, a member of the U.S. House (1844-1847) and Senate (1863-1875); Minnesota territorial (1849-1853) and state (1860-1863) governor; mayor of St. Paul, Minnesota (1855-1857); secretary of war (1879-1881); and chairman of the Utah Registration and Election Board (1882-1886)

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