Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of records, correspondence, copyright permissions, contributor biographies, reviews, and memorandums pertaining to the Albion journal. The correspondence contains exchanges between Albion administrators and authors, and reviewers documenting the peer-review process. Also included are annual reports, meeting minutes, budget reports, and submissions of articles. This collection also includes a stamp featuring the journal’s unicorn insignia.
Beulah C. Campbell is a retired children’s literature and elementary education professor at Appalachian State University. Her collection includes Campbell's personal files, her collection of original illustrations for children's books, materials related to various authors and illustrators of children's books, administrative files related to Campbell's collection of children's book illustrations, and materials related to a memorial for Reverend Paul Burt, a friend of Campbell.
The Carolinas Communication Association is an organization for communications professionals in North and South Carolina. The records include the journal publications, meeting minutes, financial records, membership information, constitutional revisions, annual convention information, and member correspondence of the organization.
Materials related to the Carolinas Symposium on British Studies. Materials include meeting minutes, membership information, correspondence, financial data, annual minutes, and articles of incorporation.
This collection contains 35 music scores, manuscript and printed, and a white satin cloth related in some way to Franceso Bodoira when he played. Gary Boye of the Music Library provided the detailed inventory found in Box 1.
German conductor Hans Schwieger was the first music director for the Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra, a position he held from 1948 to 1971. His papers contain photographs, scrapbooks, recordings, annotated scores, correspondence, concert programs and awards relating primarily to his career as a conductor.
This collection includes eleven samples of wallpaper from Westminster Palace, the location for the Houses of Parliament in London, England. Samples are from the cafeteria, House of Lord’s restaurant, offices, corridors, and the press gallery.
This collection consists of papers, slides, photographs, and audio recordings of children’s book author Jesse Jackson. It includes manuscripts, notes, short stories, research on race, slavery, and the family of Henry Clay of Kentucky, class notes and lecture material, autobiographical material, correspondence, newspaper, magazine, and journal articles, and material relating to the Jesse Jackson memorial conference held in November 1983.
This collection represents the work of Mary E. Lyons as an author of children's fiction and nonfiction books. These papers include her research, manuscripts, revisions, proofs, and illustrations used for books and teaching resources written between 1985 and 2008, as well as correspondence, reviews and awards, articles, and presentations from those years.
The RB.8012: Music Manuscripts and Images Collection contains a myriad of items relating to music, from correspondence to photographs to programs. The funding for this unique collection is provided by the Max Smith Endowment Fund.
This collection is arranged into five series: Board and Committee Files, General Files, Correspondence, Publications, and Photographic Prints and Negatives. Subjects include board meeting minutes, conference files, photographs and negatives of meetings and events, newsletters, and financial information.
This collection consists of one black and white photograph of Mary Gertrude Jones wearing her United States Naval Reserve uniform. Acccompanying the photograph is a calling card which has the following printed on it: "Mary Gertrude Jones Ensign United States Naval Reserve." The photograph is dated circa 1942-1944.
This stamp collection was donated by Robert G. Fox, Sr. prior to 1998. There are single, block, and plates of stamps, foreign and domestic, mint condition and cancelled, dating as far back as the 1840's, as well as dated bank receipts of 1898-1932 and first date of issue envelopes. It also contains correspondence dated and stamped 1827-1913.
The Southern Gerontological Society was established in 1978 as a network of gerontology professionals, educators, researchers, and policy makers in the southern United States. The records document the membership, leadership, meetings, finances, administrative operations, publications, and programs of the Southern Gerontological Society in adition to its interactions with other state, regional, and national organizations dedicated to the concerns of aging populations.
Writ of debt issued by the rom King George III to the Sheriff of Warwick County, England stating that the "Goods and Chattels" of William Wood be transfered to James Jordan to cover Woods' debt. The document is witnessed by Richard Cary, Clerk of Court. The document is dated March 20, 1771.