Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://lccn.loc.gov/sh85027084
Found in 142 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Correspondence by and to Julia Neely Finch, as well as her poetry and short stories, written between 1890 and 1926, as well as a small handwritten and typescript collection of Julia’s poems and short stories and a Common Place Book, which served as a scrapbook of her published pieces.
Dates: 1890 - 1926
Overview This collection contains newspaper clippings concerning a feud between Representative William M. Lowe of Alabama and Senator John A. Logan of Illinois.
Dates: 1866 November - 1879 May
Abstract Correspondence, financial records, legal documents and to a lesser extent newspaper clippings, photographs and various miscellaneous material relating to personal, business, political, and official matters of this former blockade runner and Elmore County merchant and probate judge.
Dates: 1816-1935; Majority of material found within 1852 - 1912
Abstract This collection includes information on, photographs and drawings of, and legal documents relating to many of this Tuscaloosa, Alabama, native's inventions. It also includes miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings, information on his father's bookstore, personal items, and objects used in his experiments.
Dates: circa 1910-1980
Overview Contains health care and hospital records, along with speeches, chronological files, and newspaper clippings.
Abstract Correspondence, literary papers, clippings, criticism, photos, and memorabilia of this author.
Abstract Commonplace book containing diary entries, recipes, miscellaneous writings, newspaper clippings, and poems; created by Martha Jane Coleman Banks of Columbus, Mississippi.
Dates: Circa 1848-1865
Overview Contains records created by this University of Alabama College of Education dean
Overview Poster with family Christmas cards and a scrapbook about Frank M. Moody
Overview Essay (probably never published) written in 1989 by Dr. Edward C. Moore titled "The Madrid Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci". The article explains what Moore, as Dean of the Graduate School of the University of Massachusetts, had witnessed and experienced when a colleague found two of the "lost notebooks" of Leonardo Da Vinci in the Spanish National Library.
File — Box WSC002: , Folder: W0150.09
Scope and Contents Of these two articles from Birmingham, Alabama, newspapers, one describes Confederate First Lady Varina Davis's jewelry that is on display at the White House of the Confederacy in Montgomery, Alabama; several of the pieces are photographed. The other is a letter to the editor debunking the romantic story of General Robert E. Lee's surrendering his sword to General Ulysses S. Grant at Appomatox, Virginia. The writer ends with a quote from General Grant, written years later, that states "The...
File — Box 2903: , Folder: 2
Scope and Contents note This newspaper is the front portion of the Chicago Daily Tribune, from Tuesday, May 8, 1945. There is a “V. E. Day – Today” headline at the top of the paper.
Dates: March 8, 1945
Overview A small scrapbook filled with newspaper clippings, ca. 1937
Dates: circa 1937
Overview Scrapbook containing correspondence, newspaper clippings, and ephemera concerning civil rights, Christianity, and centenarians gathered by Ada Belle Parker.
Abstract This collection includes short biographical clippings, letters, and other materials of this Talladega, Alabama, attorney and Congressman.
Overview Contains the slides, accounts, members, newsletters, the stamp crest, the history, two volumes on the, "Phi Delta Kappa Journal For the Promotion of Leadership in Education", Volumes 1 & 2, 1972-74, and certificate honoring and naming the 50th anniversary designated on April 25, 1980, as well as the programs presented for the anniversary.
Dates: 1970's - 1980's
Overview Pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and handwritten notes, instructions and essays Carolyn Shepherd Price collected and used as teaching materials in her home economics class. They include a broad range of topics including child development, clothing, health and home management and decoration.
Abstract Minutes, yearbooks, members' correspondence, newspaper clippings, photos, event programs, and scrapbooks of this Tuscaloosa, Alabama, young women's civic organization.
Abstract Articles and other writings of this Mobile, Alabama, artist, journalist, folklorist, and muralist who was known for his work to increase awareness of Mobilian Joe Cain who revived Mardi Gras after the Civil War.
Overview Photographs, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and programs of the organization
File — Box 4257.003: , Folder: 1
Scope and Contents One letter to Reverend Hudson of Peabody, Massachusetts, from John M. Nichols of Portland, Maine, saying he (Nichols) had been appointed the principle of Lewiston High School in Lewiston, Maine, and including newspaper clippings describing the appointment. The second letter is from S. F. Kittredge to Mrs. Hudson to tell her about her trip by train to Oregon and to discuss church business.
Abstract The Robert Jemison, Jr. Papers span the period from 1797 to 1960 and include both the personal and business papers of Robert Jemison Jr., along with papers of Robert Jemison (grandfather), William Jemison (father), Priscilla Jemison (wife), Cherokee Jemison Hargrove (daughter), and Andrew Coleman Hargrove (son-in-law), and Robert Jemison Jr. (IV) of Birmingham (1878-1973). Included are the records of his grist and lumber mills, plantations, stage line, the Tuskaloosa Plank Road, toll bridges,...
Dates: 1797 - 1973
Overview Newspaper clippings, a telegram, and a placard from a University of Alabama honor society to Eric Rodgers
Overview Contains the records of this organization.
Overview Contains copies of diaries, letters of correspondence, and newspapers.
Scope and Contents This series contains scrapbooks and scrapbook materials such as news clippings and photographs.
Overview Scrapbook pages, mostly loose, containing photo clippings, and newspaper and magazine articles of silent film actors.
Dates: circa 1920s
Overview Contains a certificate from the Marion Military Institute, 1898, letters of correspondence 1892 -1939, financial receipts, newspaper clippings, telegrams 1918, legal documents from his election time period as Attorney General of Alabama 1918-1930, personal papers, notes and remarks as his time as judge 1930-1940's.
Overview Notes (research and school) on Biology, 1926, an address book, telegrams, receipts, notecards/research notes, a catalyst of a bug, photos, postcards, scrapbook of newspaper clippings and photos related to biology, programs and bulletins related to science. Also includes Martha Sue Garr papers and Dr. Robert S. Hodges personal and scientific papers, as well as the Unit Museum Plan file for the Alabama Museum of Natural History.
Dates: circa 1965
Overview Includes books from the poet's father, Peter Snow, to him containing handwritten songs and musical scores and two scrapbooks, one of which contains early 1900's newspaper articles about the Snow family from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, as well as one of clippings of poems and religious articles.
Overview This collection chiefly consists of correspondence from Sue Spencer to her family and friends during the time she spent with her husband and three sons living in Africa, an experience from which she published African Creeks I Have Been Up. Both the manuscript and galley proofs are included in this collection, as well as notes and observations for Mrs. Spencer's other publications, and newspaper clippings and other items related to Mrs. Spencer's life as an...
Dates: 1956 - 2008; Majority of material found within 1956 - 1964
Overview Contains the papers of state congressman.
Dates: circa 1975 - 1990
Overview Material about this Hale County, Alabama, plantation house and land, including: books, correspondence, writings, newpaper clippings, photos, maps, genealogical records, and blueprints.
Overview Yearbooks and articles about the Theta Nu Epsilon fraternal organization.
Abstract Records of this Tuscaloosa chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, including meeting minutes; a 1942 scrapbook; newspaper articles; an essay titled "A Sketch of the Life of General Josiah Gorgas;" and correspondence concerning the chapter.
Overview This collection contains materials relating to the 1984 excavation of the Rotunda, the building which originally housed the University of Alabama library, natural history collection, and assembly room. It was destroyed by United States Army forces on 4 April 1865. Included are newspaper clippings, memoranda, notes on the history of the campus, placement of buildings, surface surveys, and photographs, as well as material on the Pratt house and Madison and Jefferson Halls.
Dates: circa 1984
Abstract This collection contains plantation ledgers, law notes, and personal and business correspondence of Adrian Sebastian Van de Graaff between 1882 and 1917. It also includes a scrapbook on Robert Van de Graaff's accelerator made in 1966 by Mrs. Welch's Fourth Grade class at Northington Elementary School, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Dates: 1832 - 1967; Majority of material found within 1898 - 1917
Overview Personal and official correspondence, photographs of a camp in the Alps, lieutenant's commission, Croce al Merito di Guerra, and various items issued by the military to this Tuscaloosa, Alabama, native.
Overview A variety of scrapbooks, several of which contain a variety of information on Tuscaloosa, Alabama and the University of Alabama.
Dates: after 1800
Overview Letters, recipes, and love poems, as well as her diary, written between 1857 and 1864 in Huntsville, Alabama, with her daily thoughts, favorite excerpts from literature and history, math problems, drawings of architecture, and problem solving.
Overview Photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and church programs
Abstract Correspondence, diaries, writings, and other material of this Alabama native who eradicated yellow fever from the Panama Canal Zone and served as Surgeon General of the U.S. Army