Correspondence with Nathaniel Greene Wilcox family; legal documents; newspaper clippings, including the July 3, 1860 issue of THE RUSHVILLE TIMES, illustrated with articles and editorials about the 1860 presidential candidates.
A collection of a variety of legal documents that relate to slavery and African-Americans.
This collection includes: 1) Legal documents; 2) Papers related with patents; 3) Descriptions of his idea; 4) Handwritten notes; 5) Correspondences; 6) and Drawings.
The collection documents railroad engineer R. Wallace Steel and his work with railroads, primarily in Pennsylvania and Missouri.
Collection includes business records, photographs, films, and trade literature documenting the company's meat packing operations.
The collection documents civil engineer Horatio Allen's work with the Croton Aqueduct Board in New York, and with the New York Bridge Company.
Includes a will dated December 2, 1904, and an unidentified document dated August 17, 1883.
This collection documents the history of the development of international communications. Includes official correspondence, 1926-1945, while Gross was at the F.C.C.; clippings; photographs; publications; legal documents; radio licenses; reports from international conferences; and F.C.C. reports and circulars.
The collection consists of historical and business records for ANSCO, a company now owned by GAF (General Aniline and Film Corporation).
The Barbara Mathes Gallery records pertaining to Rio Nero lawsuit measure 1.4 linear feet and date from 1989-1995. The records, assembled by Barbara Mathes, relate to the lawsuit Greenberg Gallery, Inc., et al. v. Patricia Bauman, et al. and the authenticity of the Alexander Calder mobile Rio Nero. The files contain correspondence, purchase and shipping records, and legal documents. The collection also includes printed material and photographs of the mobile.