Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 130 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Thomas H. Canfield Papers can be divided into three sections: the correspondence and papers of Thomas H. Canfield, Sr., those of his son, Thomas H. Canfield, Jr. (1874-1964?), and those of the Hopkins family into which Canfield, Sr., married. The collection contains biographical and genealogical material for both families.
Abstract Collection contains mainly family correspondence, with some Caledonia County Post Office receipts, a day book of Henry Stetton[?], and a few items of writing signed by members of the Phelps family correspondence from Townsend, VT.
Abstract. Collection includes correspondence, minutes of meetings, and financial and other records, of the council, known originally as Vermont Council of Churches; and records of Vermont Bible Society (1812-1969), Vermont Sunday School Association (1863-1931), and Vermont Council of Religious Education (1926-62).
Overview The Vermont Farm Bureau Papers contain correspondence at multiple levels, reports, legislation, newspaper clippings, publicity, and printed matter.
Overview Vermont in Mississippi, Inc. (VIM), a civil rights movement project, was organized in June 1965, under the auspices of the Vermont Civil Rights Union. The collection is comprised of correspondence, newspaper clippings, printed materials, business and financial records, progress reports, photos, and audio tapes.
Scope and Content Note The Vermont Landscape Images Papers consists of materials gathered by the project coordinators, William C. Lipke and Philip Grime from 1973-1977. It includes correspondence, grant proposals, working notes from the exhibition, research materials, photographic reproductions and negatives, cassette tape recording and transcripts of interviews, and published materials. The Project Administration series contains the administrative papers, correspondence, notes on the exhibitions and the...
Abstract This collection consists of over 1000 file folders of manuscripts documenting Vermont. Documents on a topic or by a creator range from single items to a few folders and are too small to form their own individual collections. The materials were created by individuals and organizations and are primarily correspondence, governement records, and business records.
Abstract The collection contains correspondence written to Harold E. Colman as President of the Vermont State Pharmeceutical Association. Subjects include price fixing, the drug retail code, publicity, and the National Recovery Administration (NRA), as part of the New Deal.
Overview The Walter Hill Crockett Papers consist of three cartons of correspondence, lecture notes and drafts of Crockett's writing from the period 1900-1931.
Overview The Walter Hard Papers consist of three cartons and one box of manuscripts, newpaper clippings and printed material. Mr. Hard's writings dominate the collection, in the form of clippings of his newspaper columns, drafts of his plays and stories, typescripts and manuscripts of his poems, and different versions of several of his books.