Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Used For/See From (4XX) Letter writing. Used For/See From (4XX) Letters.
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The papers of Lamont Montgomery Bowers (1847-1941), inventor, businessman, manufacturer, were acquired by the State University of New York at Binghamton by gift of Janet B. Bothwell, granddaughter of L.M. Bowers. The collection consists of business and personal correspondence, business records relating to Bowerss career in Binghamton and Broome County, New York industry, civic affairs and finance. L.M. Bowers was also a real-estate developer and land agent in Nebraska, manager for and...
Overview This collection includes personal and professional correspondence of Charles Monroe Dickinson and his second wife, Alice Bond Minard Dickinson Balog, as well as legal and financial papers of the Dickinson and Minard families and newspaper clippings which document their activities. One box contains manuscripts, typescripts, and clippings of Charles M. Dickinson's poetry. Note: papers concerning Charles M. Dickinson's diplomatic career are primarily located in the collection at the Library of...
Dates: 1901 - 1964
Overview This collection documents the 1922 - 1924 process of commissioning, constructing, and installing a statue of Daniel S. Dickinson in front of the Broome County Court House in Binghamton, New York. The correspondence is primarily between architect John H. Duncan, sculptor Allen G. Newman, and Charles F. Tupper, on behalf of the Exempt Firemen's Assocation. Also included are Charles Monroe Dickinson's speech given at the dedication ceremony, and newspaper clippings and photographs relating to the...
Dates: 1922 - 1924
Overview This collect consists of correspondence, newspaper articles, publications and documents largely relating to Byres H. Gitchell's service in the United States Department of War and his time as chairman of the Dress Code Authority, under the National Recovery Administration.
Dates: 1916 - 1936
Identifier: BUSC -2017-002
Overview Berthold Held was born in Moravia on November 20, 1868. He worked with Max Reinhardt (1873-1943) in the early 20th century as an actor, manager and director for choral and mass scenes. . In 1901, Held together with Reinhardt and several other theater colleagues founded the Schall und Rauch (Sound and Smoke) Kabarett theater in Berlin. In 1906, he became head of Reinhardt's Acting School when Reinhardt took over direction of the Deutches Theater in Berlin.
Overview E. Herman Hespelt (1886-1961) was born in Binghamton. He received an A.B. from Cornell (1910), an A.M. from Cornell (1917) and a Ph.D. from Cornell (1925). From 1911-1916, he spent time in the Philippine Islands serving the Philippine Bureau of Education. After earning his doctorate, he taught at New York University (1926-1952).
Dates: 1910-1916; nd
Overview This collection contains pieces of correspondence, photographs, and drafts of reviews belonging to and written by Stanley H. Hill, a newspaper critic actively engaged in his local community of Binghamton, NY. An addendum to this finding aid includes a record of almost 1,200 newspaper articles and reviews written by Hill that have since been removed from the collection.
Dates: 1949-1971; Majority of material found in 1962-1971
Overview The Graham Hodges Collection contains correspondence, newspaper articles, and documents pertaining the $500 million bond issue referendum for financing New York State prisons and consequent campaigns for and it in 1981-1982.
Dates: 1981-1982; nd
Overview Correspondence of the Irish-American short story writer and her literary colleagues.
Dates: 1938-1972; nd
Overview Ottilie Ethel Leopoldine Herbert, Countess of Carnarvon (née Losch; 1903–1975), known professionally as Tilly Losch, was an Austrian dancer, choreographer, actress and painter. A graduate of the Vienna Opera Ballet School, Losch worked with Max Reinhardt for productions such as of A Midsummer Night's Dream (1927) and The Miracle (1932).
Dates: 1907-1991; Majority of material found in 1930-1975