University Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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  • Adler and Sullivan Oakland Passenger Station Drawings (Digitized Content)
    Illinois History and Lincoln Collections  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The digitized content of the Adler and Sullivan Oakland Passenger Station Drawings consists of 12 drawings of architects Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan's plans for the Oakland Passenger Station, an Illinois Central Railroad Company passenger station located on 39th Street, in Chicago. The plans were prepared in May 1893 to accommodate "local passenger transportation" to the World's Columbian Exposition. Architects Dankmar Adler (1844-1900) and Louis Sullivan (1856-1924) gained prominence through their joint firm, Adler & Sullivan, during the 1880s and early 1890s. Adler emigrated with his family from Germany in 1854, and Sullivan was born in Boston, the son of two immigrant parents. Sullivan is known as the "father of modernism" and mentored Frank Lloyd Wright. After beginning their careers separately, in 1880 Sullivan became a partner in Adler's firm, beginning a productive period for each architect. The digitized content contains twelve drawings signed by Adler and Sullivan, Architects, and by E. T. Jeffrey, General Manager. Only item 12 lacks any signatures, and 7 and 9 lack Jeffrey’s name. The drawings feature floor plans and construction for the Oakland, or 39th St., Passenger Station and surrounding area. The Illinois Central Railroad Company passenger station was intended to provide train transport for local passengers attending the World’s Columbian Exposition, and the plans were prepared in May 1893. The Illinois History and Lincoln Collections unit at the University of Illinois Library manages the physical items of the Adler and Sullivan Oakland Passenger Station Drawings (MS 001). The collection was completely digitized in 2019. For more information, contact an archivist at ihlc@library.illinois.edu.
  • Administrative Affairs Resource Directories (Born Digital Records)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Born Digital Records from the Administrative Affairs Resource Directories includes an organization chart and administrative list of all Colleges and University units, 2005-2015. This list was updated on October 30, 2015.
  • Adult Education Board Conference Proceedings (Digital Surrogates)
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital surrogates of the proceedings of the Pre-Conference Adult Education Discussion held under the auspices of the Adult Education Board, Ernestine Rose, presiding.
  • Aerial Photography Index Maps
    Map Library  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The Map Library maintains a comprehensive collection of over 190,000 aerial photographs for all Illinois counties, with the earliest photographs from the late 1930s and the most recent from 2005. Most of the photographs are black-and-white and are either 6 x 9 or 9 x 9 inches. Photographs taken before 1988 are county-based sets and are at an approximate scale of 1:20,000. Each year has its index. Beginning in 1988, photography of the state was created as a state-wide set, at a scale of approximately 1:40,000. These photographs are quarter quadrangle centered. Most of the photographs are products of the United States Department of Agriculture or the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with state agencies. Beginning in the fall of 2018, the University Library is scanning the indexes to all the aerial photography sets in alphabetical order by county name. Library users, especially those at a distance from Champaign-Urbana, are encouraged to use the scanned indexes to identify needed photographs and to request photographs through the web-based request form (https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/1947069). The link to the form appears on each index sheet’s webpage. Once photographs have been retrieved from our files, the Map Library will contact requesters regarding in-library use or scanning. For additional information about the Map Library’s collection of aerial photographs, including a table of the Library’s holdings for each county, please see Aerial Photography in the Map Library (https://www.library.illinois.edu/max/collections/aerial_photographs/).
  • Aerial Stereograms
    Map Library  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Committee on Aerial Photography began to prepare a set of aerial stereogram photographs to support instruction in aerial photography interpretation in 1959. The stereograms were created primarily from United States government photography. Source image dates range between 1936 and 1970. A stereogram is usually a “3D” picture hidden within a picture; they often appear in Sunday newspaper comic strip supplements. Aerial stereograms are created from pairs of aerial photographs that show the same location but from slightly different angles. By viewing the photo pairs through a stereoscope, the brain can be tricked into seeing or perceiving an impression of heights and depths. The aerial stereograms in the Committee on Aerial Photography collection show a wide variety of features, both natural and man-made, throughout the United States. Brief descriptions of each stereogram are available in a separately published catalog, “University of Illinois Catalog of Stereogram Aerial Photographs.” The catalog is included in the scanned collection. Instructors are encouraged to download and print the images for classroom or laboratory instructional use. Please contact the Map Library with questions regarding reproduction for publication via e-mail at charts@library.illinois.edu or by calling 217-333-0827.
  • Africana Fiche
    Africana Collections and Services  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Part of the National Archives microfilm publications, the collection consists of instructions to and despatches from diplomatic and consular officials in African countries. OCLC: 30657310
  • "Against the Wind" Production and Publicity Material (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates of the "Against the Wind" Production and Publicity Material contains digitized videotapes including video recordings pertaining to Jean Driscoll and the 100th Boston Marathon, Driscoll's workout diaries, and interviews with Jean Driscoll, coach Marty Morse, Angela Driscoll, fellow athletes Maryanna Young, Candace Cable, and Louise Sauvage.
  • Agricultural Extension Service Circulars (Digital Surrogates), 1966
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates from the Agricultural Extension Service Circulars includes a digitized report, concerning the general soil and climatic conditions, as well as land uses in Jo Daviess County. The report is Circular # 927 from February, 1966, and is entitled "Soil Associations of Jo Daviess County, Illinois".
  • Agriculture, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences Photograph File (Born Digital Records)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Agriculture, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences Photograph File (Born Digital Records), 2015-, includes born digital photographs and digitized images, concerning the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences faculty, alumni, students, awards, research projects, conferences and meetings, social activities, research equipment and infrastructure. A representative portion of the material is available online. Due to this collection's extent, it has gone through minimal processing. For more information, please contact the University Archives. (Record Series 8/1/57)
  • Agriculture, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences Videotape File (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Agriculture, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences Videotape File, 1948-2015 includes videotapes related to recruitment and promotion; agriculture including farm processes with soybeans and corn, and animals including swine, sheep, and cows; international farm programs in countries including China and Egypt; food and nutrition instructional information; experimentation relating to crops and soil, insects, insecticides and pesticides; interviews with faculty, conferences, award ceremonies, and parties. This series also includes B-Roll/stock footage including video from farms, offices, and landscapes in Illinois. Boxes 1-36 include promotional b-roll, stock footage that was numbered and inventoried by ACES in a spreadsheet provided to the archives. The information available is from ACES and includes time coded descriptions of what is on the tapes. Boxes 36-82 include other videotapes that are unnumbered. Information for these boxes came from the labels affixed to the videotape. Please note that the videotapes have not yet been viewed and verified to be what the labels describe.
  • Albert Lybyer Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Albert Lybyer Papers (Digital Surrogates), 1919, includes general correspondence, reports, and publications. The series also includes digitized copies of Albert Lybyer's typewritten diary concerning his participation in the King-Crane Commission as a member of the American Peace Delegation to the 1919 Conference of Paris. Digitized material include handwritten side notes in the diary. The diary was split in two files: January 1st - March 30th (87 pages) and March 31st- September 15th (167 pages). Digitized images pertaining to this collection are available at the Archives' image gallery.
  • Alice Latzer Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Papers of Alice Latzer (1882-1954), Special Student 1897-1901, containing blueprints of Residence for the President (S.S. Beman, architect), cottage for William Esty, professor of electrical engineering (1893-1928), (Cyrus D. McLane, architect); House for Lewis A. Rhodes, professor of German (1896-1903), (Seth Justin Temple, architect); Residences for Ira O. Baker (BS 74, CE 77, D Eng 03), professor of civil engineering (1878-1925), Arthur N. Talbot (BS 81, CE 85) professor of municipal and sanitary engineering (1885-1942), and Lester P Breckenridge, professor of mechanical engineering (1893-1909), (James M. White, architect).
  • Allan Chase Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Papers of Allan Chase (Digital Surrogates) 1933-93, include scans of the "Vita and biographical information" folder from Box 1.
  • Allen S. Weller Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates of Allen S. Weller Papers contain correspondence, research notes, publications relating to Lorado Taft.
  • Allerton Park Institute Publications (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Allerton Park Institute Publications, including printed announcements and proceedings of annual institutes on school library supervision, library personnel programs, library collection, library as a community information center, service to young adults, classification, science literature, Library Services Act, selection and acquisition procedures, school library materials centers, university archives, metropolitan area services and related topics. Also includes 7 cassette tapes of the proceedings from the 36th Annual Institute (1994), and 12 VHS taps of the proceedings from the 32nd and 33rd Annual Institutes (1990-1991).
  • Allerton Park Maps and Air Photos
    Map Library  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Allerton Park was deeded to the University of Illinois by Robert Allerton in 1946. The property includes woodlands, prairies, and a meadow; a mansion with a variety of formal gardens; and an Illinois 4-H camp. The property very much reflects Allerton’s passions for art and landscape as art. This collection contains maps and air photos of or centered on Allerton Park. Some maps about the planned, but never constructed Oakley Reservoir, are also included.
  • Alpha Phi Omega (Born Digital Records)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Records (1932) of the Illinois Chapter (Alpha Alpha) of Alpha Phi Omega include minutes; reports (1985-87); correspondence (1932-73); an Alpha Alpha Chapter history notebook (1932-70); pledge manuals and rules; pledge class histories (1966-81); membership rosters; awards and certificates (1962-91); programs, booklets, and flyers (1948-68); photographs; scrapbooks (1933-97); and plaques (1951-91) concerning the fraternity's many service projects and programs, social events, national fraternity activities, membership and pledging, and anniversaries. A substantial portion of service project records include correspondence, photographs, and publicity materical concerning Christmas parties for area children's homes and an annual Ugly Man On Campus (UMOC) fund raiser. Born digital records from Alpha Phi Omega Records contains photographs and videos from Alpha Phi Omega events including banquets, conferences, service activities, national conventions, and retreats.
  • Althea H. Warren Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital surrogates of the papers of Althea H. Warren, president (1943-44), including correspondence on the American Library in Paris and aid to libraries in war areas.
  • Alumni and Faculty Biographical (Alumni News Morgue) File (Digital Surrogates and Born Digital Records)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates and Born Digital Records from the Alumni and Faculty Biographical (Alumni News Morgue) File, includes digitized material and born digital records pertaining to the biographical file from deceased and living alumni, faculty members, trustees, and former students. The file was created by the Alumni Association, but University Archives staff have added and continue to add materials to the file. Only a few materials from this file have been digitized or include born digital content. Online records from this series include: 1. A doctoral Dissertation (ca.2007) by Marvin E. Latimer Jr and is entitled "Harold A. Decker (1914-2003): American Choral Music Director". 2. Photographs concern Maudelle Bousfield's plaque on the Bronzeville Walk of Fame along Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Chicago, IL. Photographs were taken on April 25, 2015. 3. Three digitized letters from Jim N. Matthews to his family dated October 3 1868, September 15 1868, September 20 1871. 4. University news and documentation concerning Professor Carl Woese's research and achievements Additional digitized material is available upon request, including: 1. Gabriel Guevrekian's biographical file. 2. Audio visual documentation of news broadcast concernign Professors' Fred A Kummerow's research on trans fats. 3. News stories from different academic journals and media, concerning Professor Carl Woese's research and achievements. Indexes available online for specific Alumni Biographic Files can be viewed here: http://archives.library.illinois.edu/social-media-archives/alumni-and-faculty-biographical-alumni-news-morgue-file/ For more information about the Alumni Biographical File, see this Series' main record in Archon. A complete list of alumni who are included in the file does not exist. Please contact the archives if you would like us to search for information on a particular individual.
  • Alvin French Papers (Digitized Content)
    Illinois History and Lincoln Collections  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The digitized content of the Alvin French Papers consists of typed transcripts of the correspondence of Alvin French, a Union soldier from Springfield, Illinois. The correspondence is dated from 1861 to 1864. Alvin S. French, born circa 1840, was the son of Alonzo W. French of Pittsfield, Illinois. He lived in Springfield with his uncle, Dr. Amos Willard French, a dentist and early resident of the city. Alvin French enlisted as a corporal in the 114th Illinois Volunteer Infantry in 1862, and served as a hospital steward and then as First Assistant Surgeon for the regiment. He was killed in action in June 1864 at Guntown, Mississippi, reportedly while tending to wounded soldiers on the field. The digitized content contains transcripts of Alvin French's correspondence dating from 1861 to 1864. The incoming letters are from French's friends and family, and discuss the war, troop activities, or news from home. Outgoing correspondence, typically from French to family members, details the activities of the 114th on the front, his work in the regiment hospital, or other personal matters. The Illinois History and Lincoln Collections unit at the University of Illinois Library manages the physical items of the Alvin French Papers (MS 641). The collection was partially digitized in 2018. For more information, contact an archivist at ihlc@library.illinois.edu.
  • Alwin Schaller Scrapbook (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates from the Alwin Schaller Scrapbook, includes a digitized copy of the 3rd Annual Electric Show Program, 1910. The original program is item 129 from the scrapbook as listed in this Series' finding aid.
  • American Association of School Librarians Subject File (Born Digital)
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital born American Association of School Librarians Subject Files, including Board meeting minutes from the Annual Conference and the Midwinter Meeting, committee materials, bylaws, and conference materials.
  • American Empire Maps
    Map Library  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The United States was an established world presence by the early 20th century. The nation was the world’s leading agricultural producer, dominated world markets for petroleum products, was the world’s largest producer of steel, and had not only expanded across the North American continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific but also had administrative control over remote territories. This collection spans the period immediately before and after the turn of the century, approximately 1890-1910. It includes maps showing events such as the Spanish-American War and United States territorial acquisitions at the end of the war, world fairs, and the Klondike Gold Rush. Please contact the Map Library regarding these items via e-mail at charts@library.illinois.edu or by calling 217-333-0827.
  • American Library Association Archives Digital Collections
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    This digitization project contains digitized photographs from the Faxon Collection from the Conference Photographs series (99/1/14) and the Library Building Photographs series (99/1/15), held at the University of Illinois Archives. Some photographs and postcards from the Library Building Photographs collection (Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, and California) have also been digitized.
  • American Library in Paris Correspondence (Digital Surrogate)
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital surrogates of the correspondence of The American Library in Paris contains reports, budgets, organization charts, book lists, and other papers relating to the American Library in Paris and the Paris Library School (Ecole de Bibliothecaires), includes detailed accounts of the founding of the American Library in Paris and the Paris Library School, the American Library and Parisian life after the liberation, and debates on the role of women as librarians. Primary correspondents include Milton E. Lord, Flora Ludington, Carl H. Milam, Edward A. Sumner, H. M. Lydenberg, and Jessie Carson.
  • American Popular Entertainment Collection
    History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The American Popular Entertainment collection contains digital facsimiles of historic newspapers and trade journals published for the entertainment industry in the US between 1853 and 1929. These works include trade perspectives, features, and travel information on vaudeville, music performance, burlesque, and other popular forms of entertainment of the period. Digitization of this collection made possible through the generous support of Library Friend Robert O. Endres.
  • Amos Kennedy Collection
    Rare Book & Manuscript Library  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr., Collection in the Rare Book & Manuscript Library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign contains artists’ books, postcards, and posters. Kennedy is a letterpress printer, papermaker, book artist, and teacher who currently lives and works in York, Alabama. He was the first artist in residence at The Coleman Center for Arts and Culture, an organization founded in 1985 to further the arts in York. Through his strong graphics and bold typography, Kennedy addresses passionately issues of race, freedom, and equality, often incorporating proverbs and tales of the Kuba and Yoruba people of Africa, as well as the work of African-American poets such as Paul Laurence Dunbar.
  • The Amplifier (Education Justice Program) (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The Amplifier (Education Justice Program) (Digital Surrogates) includes PDF digital surrogates of newsletters published by the Education Justice Program (EJP) at the University of Illinois, concerning education; interviews with EJP members; general issues; descriptions of EJP Programs; book reviews; cartoons; guidelines for submissions to the newsletter; and calendars of programs at the Danville Correctional Center.
  • Andrew V. Nalbandov Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Andrew V. Nalbandov Papers (Digital Surrogates), ca. 1920-1945, includes digitized handwritten journals, personal memoirs, correspondence, postcards & documents of Vladimir S. Nalbandov (father of Andrew V. Nalbandov) relating to the Nalbandov, Schlee & related families, landowners in the Simferopol region of the Crimea; agricultural practices; education; social life; business; politics; ethnic groups; the Russian Revolution in the Crimea; emigration to western Europe (1920-27) and the United States (1936, 1945-48). Digitized journal include attached photographs. Electronic records pertaining to this Series include Nalbandov's digitized handwritten journal in Russian and its translation to English (2013-2014) by his granddaughter, Olga Griminger. Digitized materials pertain to box 2 from the original material held at the Archives.
  • Annette Feldman Autobiographical Volume (Digitized Content)
    Illinois History and Lincoln Collections  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    The digitized content of this collection consists of an autobiography authored by Annette Feldman, a Jewish resident of Hoopeston, Illinois. Annette Feldman (née Yonkelowitz) was born in Hoopeston, Illinois, in 1916 to a family of Lithuanian immigrants. The family practiced Orthodox Judaism until she reached high school, when they began attending Temple Beth El, a Reform congregation in Danville, Illinois. Annette Feldman enrolled at Northwestern University in 1934 and then transferred to the University of Chicago, where she studied Home Economics and met her husband, Jerry Feldman (1911-1986). The two married in 1941. During the war, Jerry Feldman volunteered with the U.S. Army Medical Corps, while Annette Feldman worked as a food and nutrition specialist as part of the Home Economics Extension Service at the University of Illinois. In 1946, the Feldmans moved to Hayward, California, where they raised two children, Jill (born 1949) and Robert (born 1952). Annette Feldman died in 1995. "Remember Me" contains Annette Feldman's recollections of life (work, marriage, and family) in Hoopeston, Illinois; Richmond, Virginia; and Hayward, California; among other locations. This collection also includes diary entries that reflect daily life and travels to Europe and South America, a short biography for Jerry Feldman, as well as family trees. The Illinois History and Lincoln Collections unit at the University of Illinois Library manages the physical items of the Annette Feldman Autobiography, "Remember Me" (MS 1115). The collection was completely digitized in 2023. For more information, contact an archivist at ihlc@library.illinois.edu.
  • Announcements and Pamphlets (Born Digital Records)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Born Digital Records from the Announcements and Pamphlets includes press releases, images, events publications, logos and wordmarks, and document drafts from the Spurlock Museum concerning the Knowledge at Work exhibit, Cahokia exhibit, Third Thursday events, Spurlock Sundays events, pre-doctoral institute, international student and faculty outreach, museum workshops, local school outreach, open houses, and concerts.
  • Annual Conference Correspondence, May 18 - October 20, 1876 (Digital Surrogates)
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digitized copies of microfilm of the planning file of ALA Librarians' Conference, the first ALA Conference in October 1876, including correspondence (May 18 - October 20, 1876), letters of invitation, individual responses, conference discussion suggestions, program requests and hotel arrangements. Correspondents include Melvil Dewey, William E. Foster, Daniel W. Fine, R.B. Anderson, Charles Cutter, Christopher Little, Luther Holmes, George S. Williams, Theodore M. Osborne, Edward M. Hall, Ezra Abbot, the Franklin Hotel manager (Philadelphia), Oran W. Morris, Louise W. Roose, Otis Robinson, Charles Evans, M.B. Coolidge, Thomas Karney, M.A. Bean, W. Carrington Button, William Dunn Macray (Bodleian Library, Oxford), F. Saunders, James Reed, Edward A. Noyes and Pat Rufas. The series includes a description of the holdings of the library of the Essex Institute, Salem, Massachusetts (now Peabody Essex Museum) and shorthand notations by Melvil Dewey on the respondents' letters.
  • Anthony J. Janata Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Papers of Anthony J. Janata, executive secretary (1921-23) and assistant to the president (1923-66) and secretary of the Board of Trustees (1950-66), contain tape recorded recollections, correspondence, photographs, manuscripts and publications related to University Hall, literary societies, David Kinley, Harry W. Chase, College of Fine and Applied Arts, the president's house, Arthur H. Daniels, Arthur C. Willard, the Illini Union, Galesburg and Navy Pier, World War II programs, dormitories, Lloyd Morey, financing the building program and the functions of the Board of Trustees.
  • Architecture Department Subject File: Manuscript by Nathan C. Ricker (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Architecture Department Subject File: Manuscript by Nathan C. Ricker (Digital Surrogates), 1922, contains a digitized autobiographical manuscript entitled "The story of a life" by Nathan C. Ricker. The original manuscript can be found in record series 12/2/1, Box 15. See the finding aid of this record series for more information. Additional information about Ricker can be found in record series 12/2/22, "Nathan C. Ricker Papers, 1875-1925". See also Record Series 12/2/21 for "Nathan C. Ricker Transcripts & Textbooks"; and the Archives' Image Gallery for photographs and architectural drawings by N.C. Ricker.
  • Aretas W. Nolan Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates of the Aretas W. Nolan Papers includes typescript drafts of publications including "Nolan Screenings" (1923-1939), a column appearing in the newsletter Fan-Mill, (for Illinois teachers of vocational education), and "My Country School Days," published in the Phi Delta Kappan (1951).
  • A. Richard Williams (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates of the A. Richard Williams collection include photographs, architectural design drawings, articles, and purchasing documents concerning the architectural design and construction of a particular house in Urbana-Champaign.
  • A. R. Kelly Papers (Digital Surrogates)
    University of Illinois Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Digital Surrogates from the A. R. Kelly Papers contain research project abstracts, correspondences, and survey questionnaires concerning research, ethnography, and archeology of the southern Illinois Indians. Subjects include southern Illinois Native American population research, archeology, ethnography, and anthropology. Significant correspondences include Bishop Joseph F. Schlarman, Fay-Cooper Cole, Roland B. Dixon, A. V. Kidder, Donald Goodchild, A. H. Daniels, and H. W. Chase.
  • ARLIS/NA Academic Library Division File (Born Digital Records)
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Born digital records from the file of the Academic Library Division of the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) include the division's State of Academic Law Libraries report (2019).
  • ARLIS/NA Administrative Publications (Born Digital Records)
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Born digital records from ARLIS/NA Administrative Publications include articles of incorporation and bylaws, strategic plans, policy manuals, chapter affiliation documents, conference planning materials, a management calendar, and an organization chart detailing the relationships among offices in ARLIS/NA.
  • ARLIS/NA Advocacy and Public Policy Committee File (Born Digital Records)
    American Library Association Archives  ·   Digital Special Collections
    Description
    Born digital records from the ARLIS/NA Advocacy and Public Policy Committee File contain ARLIS/NA Public Policy Committee announcements and statements (2013-15) and its monthly online publication Public Policy Committee News Alert (2015-18) as well as the ARLIS/NA Advocacy and Public Policy Committee successor monthly online publication Advocacy and Public Policy Committee News Alert (2018- ).