Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box 4265.001, Folder: 36
Scope and Contents This file contains a photocopy of a biography of performer Harry A. Frankel written by his wife, "Smiles" Frankel (Helene Davis Frankel). According to her biography, Frankel himself was known as "Singin' Sam," thanks to a lengthy career in vaudeville, usually in blackface, and later as a radio pitchman for the Great States Lawn Mower Company, Barbasol, and Coca Cola, on station WLW. The cover page indicates that "Mary Ellen" wrote about Harry Frankel in her newspaper column. Another note on the...
Dates: circa 1948, 1990
Overview Letters, land grants, diplomas, certificates, scrapbook, daguerreotype, and other miscellaneous documents, as well as quilts and other textiles (including a wedding dress from the early 20th century)
Dates: after 1865
Overview Cash books of this 19th century Eufaula, Alabama, doctor.
Abstract A collection of manuscripts and publications from Alabama sci-fi/horror writer Mary Elizabeth Counselman
Dates: 1940 - 1980
Overview Newspapers, magazines, and other miscellaneous materials dating from about 1915 through 1954
Overview Bumper stickers proclaiming
I [heart icon] Tuscaloosa
Dates: after 1977
Overview Research material for the book, The Herndon and Inge Families: Genealogical, Historical, Biographical.
Dates: 1862 - 1975
Overview The collection contains one scrapbook with items collected by Lightelle, vaudeville performer, and contains receipts for payments for performances; employment contracts; photographs; programs; song lyrics and scripts; plot ideas and storylines; and two pieces of handwritten sheet music.
Dates: 1912 - 1928
Overview Handwritten script outlining an 1847 initiation ceremony conducted by Mobile, Alabama's earliest mystic society, the Cowbellian de Rakin Society.
Overview Booklet about the Molton Apartments in Birmingham, Alabama, built in 1913, describing the apartments and their conveniences.
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.
Overview Minutes and correspondence of this Tuscaloosa, Alabama, women's club.
Overview Records, scrapbooks, and photographs of The Other Club, a debate society on the University of Alabama campus in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Overview Zines created by southern young women, on a variety of personal and political topics, including art, drugs, education, gender and sexuality, mental health, music, people and society, popular culture, race and ethnicity, religion and spirituality, and sex. There are approximately 150 titles from the 1990s-2000s.
Dates: 1990s - 2000s
Overview Papers and photographs by Civil War photographer Andrew Jackson Riddle.
Overview A collection of club records, constitution and by-laws, member lists, yearbooks, scrapbooks, and other materials of this Tuscaloosa arts organization.
Overview Collection of posters, placards, and other materials of the University of Alabama Glee Club
Abstract Program for a variety show directed by Alexander Maissel and presented at Ft. Custer, Michigan, on 20 July 1943.
Dates: 1943 July 20
Overview The Wade Hall Collection on Arts and Culture contains poems, correspondence, music, memorabilia, and other materials related to arts and leisure activities in the United States in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Dates: circa 1800s-2005
Overview Papers of this Tuscaloosa, Alabama, resident including a collection of materials about covered bridges.