Original photographic negatives, prints (black-and-white and color), and color slides and transparencies by Fishback, reflecting his career in advertising, calendar, and editorial photography; drafts of articles and correspondence by Fishback (typescripts), and incoming correspondence; copies of publications, such as magazines and annual reports, w...
This collection, which dates from 1987-2014, documents the work and activities of the non-profit organization ONE DC (an acronym that stands for Organizing Neighborhood Equity), as well as the records when it operated under the name Manna CDC (1997-2006). The collection includes correspondence, meeting minutes, newsletters, annual reports, tenant petitions, brochures, Articles of Incorporation, and community mapping initatives.
The collection consists of five scrapbooks of materials relating to the Mexican Border Veterans, Inc. and Auxiliary's activities.
The collection documents Granatelli's lifelong involvement with automobiles, from his youth through his career as an auto industry executive, and as a racing car owner, designer and promoter. The collection consists primarily of files, photographs, scrapbooks, and drawings. Some of the earliest files relate to Grancor, a company founded by Granatel...
The collection documents Manny Villafaña, inventor, entrepreneur and founder of several medical device companies since 1971. The majority of the collection pertains to St. Jude Medical, which introduced the mechanical heart valve technology that became the industry standard.
Microfilm copy of a bound, hand-written book owned by the First Syrian Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Every minute is contained in one folder consisting of 1 part in f minor concert -- in pencil -- in unidentified hand (Tizol?).
Part for 1 trumpet - Wetz. -- from the Duke Ellington Library.
Microfilm copy of a bound, hand-written book compiled by the American Lebanese Awareness Association, Lawrence, Massachusetts (later Salem, New Hampshire.?); includes minutes of meetings and biographies of men killed in World War II.