Archive Inventory: W



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Spanish-American War Scrapbooks
LIB—ARCH—R9—S5D
 
One record center carton containing 6 scrapbooks of newspaper clippings about the Spanish-American War, some loose pages. Possibly assembled by Ella Davison.
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
Military & War – Spanish-American
 
People
Davison, Ella
 
 
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World War I Collections 1961-138 (Tyler 1961-138 & Petersen 1969-17)
Date: 1914-1918
Description: BOX OF WORLD WAR I RELATED MATERIALS FROM TYLER AND PETE PETERSEN SR INCLUDING BOOKLETS/PAMPLETS/BOOKS: 
 
1) MANUAL OF INTERIOR GUARD DUTY U.S. ARMY, 1914.
2) BUGLE SIGNALS, CALLS & MARCHES/MUSIC, C. 1917.
3) CONFIDENTIAL HEADQUARTERS PORT OF EMBARKATION 1/15/1918, RATIONS LIST ON BACK
4) CONFIDENTIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE OFFENSIVE COMBAT OF SMALL UNITS C. 1918.
5) MUSKETRY, C. 1917.
6) NOTES ON TRAINING FOR RIFLE FIRE IN TRENCH WARFARE, C. 1917.
7) SUPPLIES LIST FOR EACH TYPE OF MILITARY REGIMENT.
8) SPECIAL REGULATIONS NO. 23 FIELD PHYSICAL TRAINING OF THE SOLDIER, 1917.
9) SPECIAL REGULATIONS NO. 41 REGULATIONS FOR THE UNIFORM OF THE U.S. ARMY, C. 1917.
10) SPECIAL REGS. NO. 49 TRAINING CAMPS FOR THE RESERVE OFFICERS AND CANDIDATES, C. 1917. 
11)  SPECIAL REGS NO. 57A  PREPARATIONS OF MORNING REPORTS, 1918.
12) WAR RISK INSURANCE LETTERS OF INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS NO. 1 - 109. 
13) OUTLINE OF LESSONS IN COMPANY ADMINISTRATION.
14) PROGRAM OF TRAINING IN GAS DEFENSE, C. 1917.
15) SKETCHING METHODS BY W. C. SWEENEY, 1917.
16) PREPARATION AND DESPOSITION OF RECORDS FOR FINAL SEPARATION FROM U.S. ARMY.
17) GENERAL ORDERS #75 MOTOR TRANSPORT CORP.
18) ARMY REGUALTIONS.
19) DISCHARGE OF ENLISTED MEN WITHOUT SERVICE RECORDS.
20) DIGEST OF OPINIONS OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL OF THE ARMY JUNE & JULY 1918.
22) EXTRACTS FROM GENERAL ORDERS AND BULLETINS JULY - NOV 1918.
23) DESCRIPTION OF THE COLT DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER, C. 1917.
24) TABEL OF ORGANIZATION U.S. ARMY, 1917.
25) SUPPLY AND ALLOWANCE TABLE C. 1917. 
26) ARMY PAY TABLES, 1916.
27) SPECIMENS OF BRITISH TRENCH ORDERS, C. 1917.
28) NOTES ON TRAINING FOR RIFLE FIRE IN TRENCH WARFARE, C. 1917.
29) AMENDMENT TO THE OBJECT AND CONDITIONS OF A COMBINED OFFENSIVE ACTION, C. 1917.
30) LECTURE ON THE PROBABILITY AND DISPERSION OF FIRE.
31) HISTORY AND RHYMES OF THE LOST BATTALION BY "BUCK PRIVATE" MC COLLUM.
32) "SONGS THE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS SANG"  WORDS WITH SOME MUSIC.
33) 700 FRENCH TERMS FOR AMERICAN FIELD ARTILLERYMEN.
34) PREMIER ?? IN FIRST AID IN LEARNING FRENCH, C. 1918.
35) SOLDIERS FRENCH PHRASE BOOK. 
36) SIGNAL BOOK U.S. ARMY, 1916.
37) POURGUOIS LES AMERICAIN SONT VENUS.
38) TO THE HOMEWARD-BOUND AMERICANS BY B. VAN VORST.  
39) SOLDIERS' SPOKEN FRENCH. 
 
ACCESSION NO. 1969-17, 1961-138. LIB-ARCH-R9-S2B
 
Subject Cross Reference
Military & War – World War I – Equipment
Military & War – World War I – Misc.
Music – Misc.
 
 
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World War II Manuscripts 1988-47
Date: c. 1940-1944
Description: WORLD WAR II RELATED MATERIAL WITH VARIOUS ACESSION NUMBERS INCLUDING
 
FOLDER CONTAINING KNICKERBACKER WEEKLY MAGAZINE, FEB 27, 1941,
BOOKLET ENTITLED FOOD IN WAR AND PEACE, 1944,
GERMAN LIB. OF INFO PUBLICATION DEC. 31, 1940. 
FOLDER CONTAINING JOHN HAYNES BAILEY CLASSIFICATION NOTICE, 1944. 
MILITARY PATCHES. 
2 FOLDERS CONTAINING RATION STAMPS, COUPONS, CERTIFICATES.
FOLDER CONTAINING PAUL A. KEEN DOGTAG AND MILITARY PATCHES, PAPERS. 
INFO FOR FEMALE RECRUITS, MARCH 1943, BELONGED TO BETTY MAY MAEHR?. 
FRENCH ENGLISH GUIDE TO NANCY, FRANCE.
PHOTOGRAPH OF GROUP IN LUXEMBOURG 1945,  IDENTIFIED.
PHOTOGRAPHS STREET SCENE IN GONDREVILLE?.
 GROUPS PHOTOS.
 
ACCESSION NO.:  1985-16, 1964-11, 1986-76, 1988-47, 1974-19, 1963-129, 1970-105, 1964-156, 1974-8, 1960-15, 1978-41.
LIB--ARCH--R9--S5E
 
Subject Cross Reference
Military & War – World War II
Military & War – World War II – Misc.
Portraits – Groups
 
 
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World War II Manuscripts 1992.26.1-3
Date: c. 1940
Description: World War II related Material possibly related to Norris Daurer.
 
Accession No. 1992-26; Lib-Arch-R9-S5E 
 
Subject Cross Reference
Military & War – World War II
 
 
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World War II Pamphlet Collection
 
Inventory
•             Book - Jews in American Wars, by J. George Fredman, C. 1942
•             "Industrial Research and National Defense" by Robert P. Patterson
•             "Future of Industrial Research" by Thomas Midgley
•             "Summery of Silver Anniversary Form on the Future of Industrial Research" by Frank A. Howard
•             "Poland: Here is the Record" by Ann Su Cardwell
•             "Puerto Rico in the War"
•             "Alien Influences in America" by George N. Peek, Dec. 1943
•             "For American Independence and Freedom"
•             "M-69 . . . the Fire Bomb that Falls on Japan"
•             "Flying Bombs", British, Dec. 1944
•             Washington News Digest, Nov. 1943
•             1944 Proceedings American Merchant Marine Conference
•             6 Uncrowned Rulers of Modern Europe
•             Pemex Travel Club Bulletin Dec. 19444
•             Liberty Magazine for Religious Freedom, 1944
•             Inter-Allied Review, June 15, 1941
•             Wartime Engineering, by Westinghouse, Jan. 1943
•             "The United State and the Peace, Part 1"
•             Army YMCA Navy Bulletin, April 1943
•             "Vital for Victory:  Procter & Gamble on Three Fronts"
•             Picture Post magazine, Special issue, Jan. 2, 1943
•             Pax Americana by James Cromwell, c. 1941
•             The Road to Victory by Archbishop Francis J. Spellman, c. 1942
•             "In the Service of America" by Ford Motor Company
•             "Ashes Make Poor Gunpowder"
•             "Fluid Catalyst Aviation Gasoline from a Dust Storm"
•             "American Merchant Marine in the War", c. 1943
•             "Republic Goes to War" Republic Steel Co., 1944
•             Second Report of Post War Committee of the National Association of Manufacturers
•             "Turkey Reborn" ed. By Richard Bigelow
•             "100 Families that Rule the Empire" by Giselher Wirsing
•             "Winning the Peace" 2nd Edition, reprints from St. Louis Star Times, c. 1944
•             "The Political Situation in Yugoslavia Today"
•             "Little known facts about American at Work"
•             "The Future of America"
•             "Werkstoffe: Miracle of German Chemistry" by Dr. Karl Dorn
•             "Germany:  Facts and Figures"
•             Documents on the Events Preceding the Outbreak of the War, 1940
•             Spanish Speaking American in the War, n.d., magazine
•             "Facts in Review" magazine published by German Library of Information, 1940:  June 3, June 10, Nov. 18, Nov. 29, Nov. 30, Dec. 9, Dec. 16, Dec. 23; 1941:  Jan. 6, Jan. 13, Feb. 3, Feb. 10, Feb. 17, Feb. 24, Mar.3, Mar. 10, Mar. 17, Mar. 24, April 2, April 10, April 21, April 28, May 3, May 26, May 12, May 19, June 7, Index for 1940
•             German Library of Information, c. 1940
•             French Yellow Book A Self Indictment
•             "Britain's Designs on Norway, c. 1940"
•             "Allied Intrigue in the Low Countries"
•             "Second Hunger Blockade" by Herman Frisck
•             "Cease Firing, 1918-1940" by Richard Bigelow
•             "German White Paper" by C. Hartley Grathan, c. 1940
•             "Program of Confusion"
•             "Secret German Documents seized during the Raid on the Lofaten Islands"
•             British Book News, 1944:  January, July, March, February, August, September, April, November, October, December; 1945: January, February, March
•             "Battle of Production"
•             "Britain and the Common Pool"
•             "John Britain," c. 1944
•             "Neptune," April 1942
•             "First Blows, Britain's Fight against Japan," Jan. 1945
•             "The First Four Years"
•             "Britain's future in the Making"
•             "Whitechester, England:  A Town at War"
•             "Progress in Freedom," Oct. 1943
•             "A Picture of Britain"
•             Knickerbocker Weekly, March 20, 1944
•             "British Farmer at War," Nov. 1944
•             "The Story of the British Colonial Empire"
•             "Book of the Hour"
•             "A People at War"
•             A Pocket Reference Guide Army & Navy Marine Corps Insignia
•             "Tool of Peace Soap Weapon of War"
 
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
Business & Industry--Foundry
Ethnic & Minority Groups--Jewish
Military & War--World War II--Equipment
Military & War--World War II--Misc.
 
 
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Collection Title:  Carrie Weatherby
Accession Number:  1915-22
Inclusive Dates:  1831-1901
 
Scope Notes: Photography handbooks and catalogues with other personal books, including a compilation of addresses upon the death of a congressional representative, business, letter writing and child rearing guides and children’s books.
 
Box 1:
Folder 1 (larger pamphlets)
•             The Business Guide, and Legal Companion, 1845
•             A Course of Reading, Drawn up by the Hon. James Kent, for the Use of the Members of the Mercantile Library Association, Hon. James Kent, 1840
•             Illustrated Catalogue of Photographic Materials of Every Description, Including Frames, Albums, Cord and Tassels, Velvet Passe-Partouts, and E very Want for the Trade, J.C. Somerville, 1878
Folder 2 (thin pamphlets)
•             Illustrated Catalogue of the Celebrated Voigtlander & Son, and Darlot Lenses, Benjamin French & Co., 1881
•             The American Journal of Photography, and the Allied Arts., Ed. Charles A. Seely, A.M., Vol 6, No. 23, June 1, 1864
•             Humphrey’s Journal of the Daguerreotype & Photographic Arts and the Sciences and Arts Pertaining to Heliography, ed. S.D. Humphrey, Second Series, November 1, 1858
•             The American Journal of Photography, And the Allied Arts, Ed. Charles A Seely, A.M. Vol. 6, No. 15, February 1, 1864
•             Catalogue of Daguerreotype, Ambrotype & Photographic Apparatus, Chemicals and Materials, sold by G. M. Harvey, 1856 (3 copies)
•             Catalogue of Artists’ Materials:  Imported from London Direct and for Sale by M.J. Whipple, Boston, 1851
•             Catalogue of Daguerreotype Apparatus, and Materials, for Sale by F. Scammon & Co., Wholesale Druggists, Chicago, 1855
•             Practical Chemistry for Photographers (Compliments of the Standard Dry Plate Comp’y, Lewiston, ME), Milton B. Punnett, Sc. B., 1901
Folder 3 (Photography books and personal notebook)
•             Photographic Manipulation, or System of Practice for the Chemical Department of the Portrait Gallery,  S.R. Divine, M.D., 1865
•             Photographic Mosaics, An Annual Record of Photographic Progress, ed. M.Carey Lea, M.d., and Edward L. Wilson, 1868
•             A System of Photography, Containing an Explicit Detail of the Whole Process of Daguerreotype, According to the Most Approved Methods of Operating, Including all the Late Valuable Improvements, as Practiced by the Most Successful Artists; with Receipts and Instructions for Manufacturing the Chemicals Used in the Art; To Which is Added the Process of Galvanizing Electrotype, and Calotype.  Also, M. Becquerel’s Process for Producing Daguerreotypes with the Colors of Nature, S.D. Humphrey and M. Finley, 1849
Folder 4 (Miscellaneous personal books)
•             Phrenology and Physiology Explained and Applied to Education, and Self-Improvement:  Including the Intellectual and Moral Education and Government of Children;  Mental Discipline & The Cultivation of Memory; And the Means of Regaining and Preserving the Health, by Pointing out the Methods of Increasing and Decreasing the Phrenological Organs in Children and in One’s Self, O.S. Fowler, A.B., 1842
•             How to be a Man:  a Book for Boys, Containing Useful Hints on the Formation of Character, Harvey Newcomb, 1850
Folder 5 (Congressional Memorial Address Book)
•             Memorial Addresses on the Life and Character of Rush Clark, (A Representative from Iowa) Delivered in the House of Representatives and in the Senate, Forty-Sixth Congress, Second Session, 1881
Folder 6 (Miscellaneous personal books)
•             The New Universal Letter-Writer; or, Complete Art of Polite Correspondence:  Containing a Course of Interesting Letters on the Most Important, Instructive, and Entertaining Subjects; to Which are Prefixed, An Essay on Letter-Writing; and a set of Complimental Cards, suited to Occasions of Which an Extraordinary Degree of Politeness Should be Observed, (no author or ed. Noted,) 1834
•             The Child’s Morning Book, ‘The Author of “Little Crumbs,” “Visit to the Sea-Side,” and “cousin Elizabeth”’ – author not named, 1851
•             Conversations of a Father with his Children, Vol. II, 1837
•             The Well Bred Girl, an Addition to the Hints on Good Manners Contained in the Well Bred Boy, 1841
•             Personal notebook containing notes on mileage, etc., undated
 
 
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Wingard Estate Collection 1997-67
 
Scope notes: Household items related to Alpha and Franklin Wingard.  Address:  1505 - 35th Ave, Rock Island, Illinois.  This is part of a larger bequest of glassware and other household items.
 
Folder 1
175 Greeting Cards--Birthday, Holiday, Sympathy, & Illness
 
Folder 2
Calling card for Franklin Wingard, 1934
Color photo of Alpha Wingard, 1960s
Book "Baby Shower Games" c. 1960s
Household inventory brochure, 1960s
Record Summary brochures, 1960s
 
Folder 3
WDWS continuity--Vaky's confectionery, 1937
Kings Daughters & Sons By-Laws
Rules of the Road review course/student workbook
Household Budget Record, 1984
Envelope from Jim Edgar's office, 1986
 
SUBJECT CROSS REFERENCE
 
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CANDY
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS--CHRISTMAS
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS--MISC.
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--DOMESTIC CHORES
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS--MISC.
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS--MISC.
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—PARTIES
 
 
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Collection Title: Women’s Encouragement Board  2001-020
Donor: Cathy Berta
Inclusive Dates: 1985-1998
 
Scope Notes: Information pertaining to the Women’s Encouragement Board. Starting in 1985 when the organization was founded. Includes things like meeting minutes, 501 3 c tax exemption information, event information, etc.
 
Folder 1
Photographs (Photographs stored with archival collection 2001-020)
2001.020.001 A – The Marguerite Brooks Award for Health, Delores A. Hilden
2001.020.001 B – Linda K. Neuman Award for Elizabeth Orr Shaw
2001.020.001 C – Isabel Bloom Award for the Arts, Violet Olsen
2001.020.001 D – 4 WEB award recipients
2001.020.001 E – CWN, group of women sitting at a table
2001.020.001 F – women playing musical instruments
2001.020.001 G – leader luncheon, woman at the podium
2001.020.001 H – leader luncheon, women at head table
2001.020.001 I – Group at the Blackhawk Hotel
2001.020.001 J – Presentation at the Blackhawk Hotel
 
Folder 2
Bylaws 1985-1993
 
Folder 3
Events
 
Folder 4
Finances
 
Folder 5
History
 
Folder 6
Leaders Luncheon
 
Folder 7
Meeting minutes Jan 1987-Dec 1997
 
Folder 8
Membership dues
 
Folder 9
Member’s list-1985-1996, committee lists
 
Folder 10
Miscellaneous
 
Folder 11
News clippings 1986-1996
 
Folder 12
Tax information
 
References and Cross References
Organizations & Clubs – Misc.
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