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The genealogy of Alfred Curtiss and of his wife Clara Haskins Curtiss of, their descendants and some of their relatives. Ransomville, N.Y., 1924 written by their daughter, Elizabeth Curtiss. The collection also includes two images, one each of Alfred and Clara Curtiss.
This collection of speeches, correspondence, pamphlets, clippings, audiovisual material, and miscellaneous memorabilia was collected by historian Donald R. McCoy as a result of his research for the biography Landon of Kansas.
Alfred Mossman Landon, 1887-1987, a prominent Kansas Republican, served as Governor of Kansas from 1933-1937 and ran an unsuccessful campaign for the United States presidency in 1936. This collection includes audiotapes and transcripts of interviews with Governor Landon by Donald R. McCoy and Louis George Griffin from 1975-1976.
Collection comprising typescript draft (with manuscript corrections) for Algys Budrys's science-fiction novel Who?; two printed editions of the novel; and the painting by Kelly Freas that inspired Budrys's short story "Who?", which Budrys later expanded into a novel.
Invitation to a book party celebrating the publication of Alice Walker's collection of short stories, You Can't Keep a Good Woman Down, at the Women's Building in San Francisco, California.
A collection of the records and the minutes of various meetings of the All-Sew Club from the years 1912-1971.
The papers of Allabelle O. Napue are those of a Topeka, Kansas resident who owned and operated a beauty shop there in the mid-20th century and who was a prominent member of the Topeka African American community.
This collection includes three group photographs of teachers in Allen County, Kansas, taken around 1900. Lists identifying the teachers in the photographs are included in the collection.
Diary entries are made in ink and pencil. Each entry mentions the weather conditions and is followed by the daily activities. There are diary entries for each day of the year 1879. In addition, there are notes on expenditures and receipts during the year as well as accounts received and paid.
The collection consists of ten pieces of typescript, a signed contract for publishing and correspondence between Allen Ginsberg and Fred Jordan about Ginsberg's "Howl" and "Kral Majales." It also includes an annotated photocopy transcript of "Kral Majales."
A group of accounts for the brig Alliance of New Bedford, Massachusetts, in preparation for what was perhaps her maiden whaling voyage, including receipts and line-item accounts.
Financial records, custom work ledger, journal.
Alpha Delta Kappa is an honorary teacher's sorority. The collection consists of correspondence, chapter meeting reports, rosters, convention programs and other miscellaneous papers, and scrapbooks that include photographs of members, newspaper clippings, programs, and other memorabilia.
The manuscript pages are inserted into a printed cover and title page, with title: Catalog; List of 239 books at 10 cents each.
This collection contains official records of the Lawrence Association for Innovative Education, a Lawrence, Kansas-based nonprofit, as well as newsletters, rosters, and publicity materials from associated schools.
Althea Vratil, of Larned, Kansas, was a University of Kansas student in the 1940s. This collection contains a scrapbook of clippings, postcards, Christmas cards, and articles about World War II published in the University Daily Kansan, the University of Kansas student newspaper, as well as correspondence.
The Alvah and Mary Shelden Collection contains their 1879 to 1885 journal of activities as residents of El Dorado, Kansas, as well as autobiographical and biographical accounts of their lives as early settlers and teachers in Butler County, Kansas. A typescript of their journal is included.
This collection deals principally with Alvin Dahlene's participation in the game of horseshoes.
The collection consists of Terry family history, photographs and correspondence. There are also papers related to Alvin Terry's education, time in the military, career and his avid interest in photography.
This collection contains framed and matted photographs taken throughout Kansas. Many of the items include titles, dates, and descriptive notes from Terry.
The Alyce Christopher-Ballard papers are those of a long time Wichita, Kansas resident who was executive director of the Wichita Phyllis Wheatley Childrens Home. She was also a very active community member.
This collection contains promotional material for the Local 1754 chapter of the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) in Lawrence, Kansas from 2014 to 2019. It includes announcements of union and member events, recruitment material, notices and broadsides, pins, posters, postcards, signage, and business cards of union leadership.
The history is a handwritten manuscript of the A.M.E. Church's Women's Missionary Society.
This is a three volume collection about Amelia Earhart Putnam that contains illustrations, maps, ports, newspaper clippings, and pictures.