National Library Board, Singapore
Contains brochures and leaflets on the performances available during the Singapore International Comedy Festival
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The collection contains subject files, 1985-1995, relating to Art Menius's work with country, folk, and bluegrass music. Included is promotional material from bands, articles written by Menius for various publications, flyers from music festivals, letters from professional organizations, clippings, and business papers
Michigan State University - University Archives and Historical Collections
The Art Freeman papers contain dance cards from 1936-1938, programs from the first and second Interfraternity convocation, invitations to various dances, pamphlets about student and Greek life on campus, two separate commencement booklets from 1938, student council stationary with an envelope, and a newspaper clipping on hazing in fraternities
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of Art Buchwald, an author and humorist, consisting of correspondence and book and column manuscripts -- The early correspondence, which dates from the period when Buchwald was a foreign correspondent, is limited and chiefly comprised of letters from celebrities such as Bernard Baruch, Jack Benny, Irving Berlin, Al Capp, Maurice Chevalier, C. Douglas Dillon, Rube Goldberg, Princess Grace of Monaco, Helen Hayes, George S. Kaufman, Walter Lippmann, Clare Boothe Luce, Groucho Marx, W. Somerset Maugham, Robert Moses, Edward R. Murrow, James Reston, William Saroyan, and Joseph N. Welch. The post-1962 correspondence consists entirely of sampled reader mail. Four of Buchwald's books, "Don't Forget to Write" (1960), "How Much Is That in Dollars?" (1961), "Is It Safe to Drink the Water?" (1962), and "I Chose Capitol Punishment" (1963), are represented in the collection by manuscript drafts, as are some syndicated columns, 1962-1969
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
The Art Foundry and Art Foundry Editions records measure 25.7 linear feet and date from circa 1975 to circa 2007. Records include administrative files; correspondence with artists, collectors, dealers, galleries, and others; eight gallery appointment books and fourteen notebooks; exhibition files; extensive artists' files; financial and legal materials; sculpture production and inventory files; and photographic materials
Columbia University
9/11: retrieval of daughter from Stuyvesant High School, sound of first plane impact, witnessing fires and collapse of South Tower; post-9/11: discussion of New Yorker cover, images of people covered in ashes, echoes of Kristallnacht, discussion of tower imagery, publication of graphic novel In the Shadow of No Towers
Utah State Historical Society
Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection includes printouts of the monthly Bluebird Flyer e-newsletter. The collection begins with the August 2002 issue and continues until the most recent issue. The only month missing from this collection is May 2006, which was not published due to personal reasons on Art Haney's part
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Home movies, 5 16 mm film reels including Detroit Zoo and golf with other topics; 5 8 mm film reels including Saginaw Forest and Delhi Park with other topics; 18 super 8 mm film reels including a film autobiography, film accomplishment for Paul Bowles' "Music for a Farce," Ann Arbor Art Fair 1973, American Broach and Machine Company, Detroit Metro Airport 1972, Curwood Castle, Mr. Ann Arbor and Mr. Michigan contests, and other topics
Getty Research Institute
Combining music, poetry, interviews, and video effects, this piece is a multi-layered visual poem about the palm trees of Southern California as icons and as elements of the Los Angeles landscape