Milton Caniff Collection 1805-2007 1910-1988


Milton Caniff Collection 1805-2007 1910-1988

Personal and business papers of Milton Caniff, cartoonist; includes original art, correspondence, research files, photographs, memorabilia, merchandise, realia, awards, audio/visual material and scrapbooks.



SNAC Resource ID: 6399205

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Holden C. Richardson (person)

Naval officer. From the description of Reminiscences of Holden C.Richardson : oral history, 1960. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122376579 ...

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Marlene Dietrich (b. December 27, 1901, Berlin, Germany–d. May 6, 1992, Paris, France) was a German actress and singer. Throughout her long career, spanning from the 1910s to the 1980s, she maintained popularity by continually reinventing herself. In 1920s Berlin, Dietrich acted on the stage and in silent films. Dietrich starred in Hollywood films such as Morocco (1930), Shanghai Express (1932), and Desire (1936). Throughout World War II, she was a high-profile entertainer in the United St...

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Jack Tippit (person)

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Advertising and Sales Club of Toronto (corporateBody)

National Public Radio (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Born in Louisiana, blues guitarist and singer Johnny Copeland (1937-1997) was raised in Houston, Texas, where he formed the band Dukes of Rhythm. Although he recorded albums and performed with Sonny Boy Williamson and Bib Mama Thornton in Texas, Copeland only received recognition after moving to New York City in 1975. Six years later, he signed with Rounder Records and released his album with Arthur Blythe and Byard Lancaster, Copeland Special . In 1982, during a tour of West Africa...

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the Players (corporateBody)

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The National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities (corporateBody)

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Number One Air Commandos (corporateBody)

United States Olympic Committee (corporateBody)

Freedoms Foundation (corporateBody)

Universal Pictures Company. (corporateBody)

Kappa Beta Phi (corporateBody)

United States Department of Commerce Civil Aeronautics Administration (corporateBody)

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In 1972 television reporter and talk show host Geraldo Rivera, then a budding journalist working for WABC-New York's Eyewitness News, conducted a series of investigations at the Willowbrook State School for the Mentally Retarded, on Staten Island. His work resulted in a televised documentary entitled "Willowbrook: The Last Great Disgrace" which exposed the deplorable conditions and the rampant abuse and neglect of the residents. The report won a Peabody Award and led to changes in state law and ...

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P-47 Thunderbolt Pilots Association (corporateBody)

Ken Krueger (person)

Sy Schecter (person)

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King Features (corporateBody)

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The Plain Dealer (corporateBody)

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Emily Hahn (person)

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Knotts Berry Farm (corporateBody)

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CareLine (corporateBody)

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Clyde Cessna (person)

University system of Maryland (corporateBody)

Iron Gate Foundation (corporateBody)

Rochester Ad Club (corporateBody)

Frank Lloyd (person)

Alan Lerner (person)

Southeast Council of American Association of Advertising Agencies (corporateBody)

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Henry Varnum Poor (1888-1970), best known as a potter and ceramic artist, was also an architect, painter, muralist, designer, educator and writer who lived and worked in New City, New York. A native of Chapman, Kansas, Henry Varnum Poor moved with his family to Kansas City when his grain merchant father became a member of the Kansas Board of Trade. From a young age he showed artistic talent and spent as much time as possible - including school hours - drawing. When a sch...

Veterans Hospital Radio Guild (corporateBody)

Olympe Branda (person)

Brooke Shields (person)

William Lookadoo (person)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. (corporateBody)

Serrano Intermediate School (corporateBody)

Marilyn Monroe (person)

Bob Weber (person)

Dick Cavalli (person)

USAF School of Aerospace Medicine (corporateBody)

Dudleigh Vernor (person)

Damon Runyon-Walter Winchell Cancer Fund (corporateBody)

Horace Bud Davis (person)

Guinea Pig Club (corporateBody)

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Fred Fredericks (person)

Ed Hughes (person)

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Nathalie Conner (person)

The Author's Guild (corporateBody)

Ancient and Honorable Order of Gooneybirds (corporateBody)

Robert McCormick (person)

World Federation of United Nations (corporateBody)

WEEI (corporateBody)

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USAF Aeronautical Systems Div. (corporateBody)

New York University. Medical Center (corporateBody)

The NYU Medical Center was established in 1947 to expand NYU's overall program of medical education, research, and patient care. It combined the existing University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College with additional resources to meet its mission of educating physicians, conducting scientific research, and treating patients. In 1941, a the time of its 100th anniversary, a vision and a plan for the Medical school's development came from two young faculty members: Donal Sheehan, Professor of Ana...

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Miami-Jacobs Junior College (corporateBody)

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American Association of Airport Executives (corporateBody)

Air Police of United States Air Force (corporateBody)

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Strike Command (corporateBody)

Ham Fisher (person)

Green Berets (corporateBody)

Dick Locher (person)

Ohio Air National Guard (corporateBody)

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Fred Feldman (person)

Hump Pilot Association (corporateBody)

Magazine Cartoonists Guild (corporateBody)

Dorothy Thornton (person)

The Ohio State University Development Fund (corporateBody)

Banshees Committee (corporateBody)

Association canadienne des annonceurs (corporateBody)

Authors League (corporateBody)

William Mitchell (person)

New York City Auxiliary Police (corporateBody)

Quarter Century Club (corporateBody)

The Wright-Patterson Quarter Century Club was formed to facilitate social activity among its members and to inspire younger employees to continue their work as public servants. In 1943, employees of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base met to honor their Base Commander, Brigadier General H.A. Bartron. Between September 1944 and May 1946, six more meetings were held. In 1946, these employees secured the permission of the Base Commander Colonel Joseph Morris for the creation of...

International Newspaper Promotion Association (corporateBody)

Paul Szep (person)

Municipal Art Society of New York (corporateBody)

Historic preservation and legislative organization; New York City. From the description of Municipal Art Society of New York records, 1901-1960. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122502679 ...

Ball State Teachers College (corporateBody)

Captain Eddie Rickenbacker Memorial Fund (corporateBody)

Klette MM. Henry (person)

Ohio State (corporateBody)

Sidney High School (corporateBody)

Jon Riffel (person)

Marjorie Gillaugh (person)

Jim Logan (person)

New York, Metropolitan museum of art. (corporateBody)

Frank Robbins (person)

Winks, Robin W. (person)

Robin W. Winks, a professor of history at Yale University during the major part of his research for "The Blacks in Canada: A History" (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1971), received his doctorate from Johns Hopkins University in 1957. His career had been spent for the most part at Yale University, beginning as an instructor in 1957 through his appointment in 1977 as Master of Berkeley College at Yale. Additionally, Winks was a visiting professor at the University of Malaya (1962-1963), and th...

Quartermaster Corps (corporateBody)

University of Iowa. Interfraternity Council (corporateBody)

Himie Voxman is among UI's most honored faculty and administrators. He earned a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the UI with high distinction in 1933, and received a master's degree in 1934 in the psychology of music, studying with pioneering researcher Carl Seashore. He taught woodwinds in nearby public schools, then in 1939 became a full-time UI faculty member. He served as director of the School of Music from 1954 until his retirement in 1980. Among many other honors, the UI Mus...

Blackthorne Press (corporateBody)

Eppie Lederer (person)

Friends of Kinnelon Cancer Detection and Research Center (corporateBody)

A. R. Spicer (person)

Overseas Press Clu (corporateBody)

Hay, Clarence L. (person)

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Berkley Breathed (person)

Frank Fenton (person)

George Clark (person)

K. of C. (corporateBody)

Reg Manning (person)

Worthington Minor (person)

Peggy Leever (person)

The Smithsonian Institution (corporateBody)

28th Annual National Children's Photograph Contest (corporateBody)

Marshall Field (person)

he Ohio State University Alumni Association (corporateBody)

Brad Alexander (person)

Dayton Public Schools (corporateBody)

People-to-People Committee (corporateBody)

Iron Gate Air Force Association (corporateBody)

Downtown Athletic Club (corporateBody)

553rd Recon Wing (corporateBody)

SFACA (corporateBody)

Carl Anderson (person)

United State Civilian Defense (corporateBody)

Frank Tate (person)

Rudolph Dirks (person)

First Air Commando (corporateBody)

Wong, Anna May, 1905-1961 (person)

Anna May Wong (born Wong Liu Tsong; January 3, 1905 – February 3, 1961) was an American actress, considered to be the first Chinese American Hollywood movie star, as well as the first Chinese American actress to gain international recognition. Her varied career spanned silent film, sound film, television, stage, and radio. Born in Los Angeles to second-generation Toisonese Chinese-American parents, Wong became infatuated with the movies and began acting in films at an early age. During the si...

Junior Achievement of Dayton (corporateBody)

Milwaukee Journal (corporateBody)

Frist United Methodist Church (corporateBody)

United States Naval Academy (corporateBody)

Taffinder was born on March 18, 1884, graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1906, attained the rank of Vice Admiral, retired from the Navy in 1947, and died in 1965. From the description of Diploma, June 14, 1906. (Naval War College). WorldCat record id: 704931343 Founded in 1845, the United States Naval Academy trains students in a four-year Officer Development Program, preparing them for assignments as midshipmen after graduation. The courses focus on moral...

Wright-Patterson Air Force Museum (corporateBody)

The Author's League (corporateBody)

Comics Magazine Association of America. (corporateBody)

Austin Stevens (person)

Brooks Institute (corporateBody)

Doctors Hospital (corporateBody)

New York Mirror (corporateBody)

Glen McAdoo (person)

John McCrary (person)

Betty Guyton (person)

Mark Fenderson Sr. (person)

United States. Coast Guard (corporateBody)

The Rock of Ages Light is a U.S. Coast Guard lighthouse on a small rock outcropping approximately 2.25 miles west of Washington Island and 3.5 miles west of Isle Royale, in Keweenaw County, Michigan. It is an active aid to navigation. From the description of Rock of Ages Lighthouse Logbook, 1939-1945. (Michigan Technological University). WorldCat record id: 758507044 "The U.S. Coast Guard is one of the five armed forces of the United States and the only military organization...

City of Dayton (corporateBody)

J. Clark Mattimore (person)

Western State (corporateBody)

Earl Wilson (person)

Chester Cleveland (person)

State of Colorado (corporateBody)

Junior Achievement of Dayton and Miami Valley (corporateBody)

John Swayze (person)

Herb Fisher (person)

Harry Baker (person)

Carol Burnett (person)

Katherine DeMille (person)

Kirby, Jack, 1917-1994 (person)

Jack Kirby (b. August 28, 1917, New York, NY–d. February 6, 1994, Thousand Oaks, CA) was an American comic book artist, writer, and editor. Born in New York City as Jacob Kurtzberg he entered the nascent comics industry in the 1930s. With Joe Simon, Kirby created the highly successful superhero character Captain America for Timely Comics (predecessor of Marvel Comics) in 1940 before being drafted for military service during WWII. During the 1940s, Kirby created many characters for Timely Comics ...

Kay Field (person)

James Thompson (person)

Edward, Duke of Windsor (person)

United States Infantry (corporateBody)

Al Williamson (person)

Lance Doalsen (person)

King Features Sydicate (corporateBody)

Artists Guild of Chicago. (corporateBody)

The Military Order of the World Wars (corporateBody)

Drew Middleton (person)

Helen Bennett (person)

Fairchild (corporateBody)

Columbus Association for the Preforming Arts (corporateBody)

Muscular Dystrophy Association. (corporateBody)

Theatre Research Institute (corporateBody)

Darby Hinton (person)

Police Athletic League (corporateBody)

Fred Scrutchfield (person)

Elton Dorval (person)

Suncoast, Inc. (corporateBody)

Comic Art Professional Society (corporateBody)

Edwina Dumm (person)

United States Military Base (corporateBody)

Johnny Hart (person)

Martha Jackson (person)

Alpha Gamma Chapter (corporateBody)

Al Posen (person)

Stew Berger (person)

Katherine Booth (person)

Mary Taylor (person)

Pittsburgh Committee of '76 (corporateBody)

Alex Kotzky (person)

Press Club (corporateBody)

Arnold Roth (person)

United States. Army. Special Services Division. (corporateBody)

University of Dayton (corporateBody)

Des Moines Register & Tribune (corporateBody)

Joseph Musial (person)

Barney Oldfield (person)

Howard Nostrand (person)

Lyman Worthington (person)

Wings Club (corporateBody)

Dayton Advertising Club (corporateBody)

International Women's Air and Space Museum (corporateBody)

Gill Fox (person)

Curtis, Charles, 1860-1936 (person)

Charles Curtis "God-Sent into Politics" A champion jockey in his youth, Charles Curtis recalled that once before a race in Texas, a horse owner called him over for final instructions. The man, seated with a rifle across his lap, said, "Son, the last dollar I have in the world is on this race. If you don't win, don't stop when you cross the finish line. Keep right on going." Curtis won that race and many more. Famous for his one-eighth Native American ancestry, he rose to prominence in the ...

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Orateurs Du Mont Royal (corporateBody)

Phillip Morris (corporateBody)

Harrods Ltd. (corporateBody)

Isabelle Coutroy (person)

Theta Sigma Phi (corporateBody)

Eddie Rickenbacker (person)

National Aviation Association (corporateBody)

Scotty Reston (person)

Canada. Royal Canadian Air Force (corporateBody)

Roosevelt Der Tatevasion (person)

Flag Plaza (corporateBody)

John Haien (person)

Wilhemina Tuck (person)

Ohio Society (corporateBody)

Garrett Price (person)

Quaker Oats Cereal (corporateBody)

Lloyd Balfour (person)

Gib Crockett (person)

Bedside Network Veterans Hospital Radio and Television Guild (corporateBody)

Skyline Foundation, Inc. (corporateBody)

Lank Leonard (person)

Sun-Times (corporateBody)

California Space Shuttle Task Force (corporateBody)

American Association of Advertising Agencies (corporateBody)

National trade association founded in 1917 to represent the public advertising agency business. From the description of Records, 1918-1992. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 81999843 From the description of American Association of Advertising Agencies records, 1918-1998. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 38247437 1900 American Advertising Agents' Association ...

Aldrin, Buzz, 1930- (person)

Buzz Aldrin (b. Edwin Eugene Aldrin, Jr., January 20, 1930, Glen Ridge, NJ) is an American astronaut and fighter pilot. He was the second person to step food on the moon with the Apollo 11 space shuttle. Aldrin is a former U.S. Air Force officer with the Command Pilot rating. He also went into orbit on the Gemini 12 mission....

U.S. Air Force Reserve (corporateBody)

Joseph V. Connolly (person)

Hearst, William Randolph, 1908-1993 (person)

William Randolph Hearst, Jr. (1908- ), son of newspaper mogul William Randolph Hearst, Sr., ran the New York Journal American newspaper. From the description of Hearst, William Randolph, Jr., papers, 1942-1946. (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 64234946 William Randolph Hearst, Jr. was born in New York City, Jan. 27, 1908, to newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst and Millicent Willson Hearst. In 1928 he began his career as a reporter and served as an o...

Press Clubs of Ohio (corporateBody)

Sigma Delt Chi Fraternity (person)

National Eagle Scout Association (corporateBody)

Aileen Pringle (person)

The Columbus Dispatch (corporateBody)

Benson Srere (person)

Air Force Communications Command (corporateBody)

Halco (corporateBody)

Dondi (person)

Automatic Digital Documents Company (corporateBody)

Chicago Tribune-New York News Syndicate. (corporateBody)

Stivers High School (corporateBody)

Tony Auth (person)

Phil Cochran (person)

Lotte Lenya (person)

Laurence Rutman (person)

Trident Hillsboro High School (corporateBody)

David Simis (person)

The Ohio State University Journalism Libraries (corporateBody)

RORAR (corporateBody)

Shirley Jones (person)

Air Force Inspection and Safety Center (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Zack Mosely (person)

Toledo Blade (corporateBody)

William Loeb (person)

Richard W. Butner (person)

Cathrin Yronwode (person)

University of Michigan. (corporateBody)

Outside of museum holdings, no comprehensive survey and inventory of campus artwork had been attempted since 1937. With support from the Michigan Commission on Art in Public Places, 1,076 items were inventoried during 1988-1990. Additional inventory work was undertaken in 1997-1998 for risk management purposed, but generated little new information. From the description of Inventory of University of Michigan-owned art, 1988-1990, 1997-1998. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id...

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Creators Syndicate (corporateBody)

Michael Meshekoff (person)

Marine CorPSMemorial Stadium (corporateBody)

Glenna Bantz (person)

Department of Air Force (corporateBody)

Bill Crawford (person)

Albert Loose (person)

Jack the Ripper (person)

Al Loewenthal (person)

C. W. Kahles (person)

Hilda Terry (person)

John Rugg (person)

Dick Rockwell (person)

Jack Mendelsohn (person)

Irving Klein (person)

National Secretaries' Association, Palm Springs Chapter (corporateBody)

Terry Guyton (person)

Richard Anderson (person)

Nancy Stitzel (person)

Rochester Times-Union (corporateBody)

Women's Army Corps (corporateBody)

ilots and Aviation Specialists (corporateBody)

Louisa Young (person)

North American Air Defense Command (corporateBody)

Bob Laughlin (person)

Esther Parson Caniff (person)

Canyon Communication Center (corporateBody)

Jacob Mogelever (person)

Wagner, Robert F. (person)

Melvin Casson (person)

Robert Schoenke (person)

Firebees (corporateBody)

Jay Maeder (person)

Department of the Army. (corporateBody)

Bucket and Dipper Society (corporateBody)

Washington Post Company (corporateBody)

The Washington Post Company is best known for its ownership of the daily newspaper, The Washington Post. The paper was founded on Dec. 6, 1877. It was founded by Stilson Hutchins and sold several times. The Meyer-Graham family owned the paper from 1933-2014 when it was bought by founder Jeff Bezos. The paper is well known for reporting by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein in 1970s for investigating Watergate Scandal. ...

Drew Pearson (person)

Ken Levenstein (person)

400th Fighter Squadron (corporateBody)

Organizational Committee for People to People (corporateBody)

American Fighter Aces Association (corporateBody)

Air Force Academy Honor Squadron (corporateBody)

Marshall Berges (person)

James Doolittle (person)

Columbus Sales Executives (corporateBody)

American Aeronautical Society (corporateBody)

Mary Kay Murray (person)

100th Bomb Group Association (corporateBody)

St. Paul Dispatch and Pioneer Press (corporateBody)

Long Shot Club (corporateBody)

Milton Caniff Research Room (corporateBody)

Dayton Daily News (corporateBody)

Underwater Demolition Teams (corporateBody)

Gridiron Club (corporateBody)

Paramount Picutres, Inc. (corporateBody)

Federal Trade Commission (corporateBody)

Loree Thompson (person)

Sphinx 75th Year Gift Committee (corporateBody)

St. Mary's Catholic Church (corporateBody)

Marco Polo Club (corporateBody)

Syd Hoff (person)

Johnny Andrews (person)

J. Halpern Co (corporateBody)

Bruce Higdon (person)

Otto Soglow (person)

U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps (corporateBody)

Flag Plaza Foundation (corporateBody)

Ann Reynolds (person)

Blake Cox (person)

Ohio state university (corporateBody)

The Medical Alumni Society of The Ohio State University College of Medicine, since 1931 with the exception of 1939, has given the honor of "Man of the Year" to a doctor(s) during their annual reunions. In 1973 the award name changed from the title "Man of the Year" to "Professor of the Year." And in 1975, Margaret (Peg) Hines was the first woman to be so honored. From the guide to the Man/Professor of the Year Photograph Collection, 1934-1993, (Medical Heritage Center) ...

Asia Society (corporateBody)

The Asia Society is located in Washington, D.C. From the description of Asia Society records, 1971-1976. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64756711 The Asia Society was founded in 1956 under the guidance of John D. Rockefeller 3rd to increase American understanding and appreciation of the poeples of Asia. A non-political educational organization, the Asia Society sponsors seminars and special studies to promote discussion of public af...

John Knight (person)

Chicago Sun Syndicate (corporateBody)

Alice Rossin (person)

Desert Press Club (corporateBody)

Michael Mok (person)

Kurt Weill (person)

Armed Forces (corporateBody)

Hearst, William R. (person)

United States. Office for Emergency Management (corporateBody)

The office of the Director of Liquidation and the Liquidation Advisiory Committee were created within the Office for Emergency Management, Executive Office of the President, by Executive Order 9674, dated January 4, 1946. Their function was to direct, advise, and assist in the orderly and timely winding up of affairs of temporary war agencies and activities, particularly with respect to personnel, records, property, space, and accounts. The Director was appointed by the ...

Robert Osborn (person)

Gerold Ford (person)

Bill Keane (person)

Kitchen Sink Press (corporateBody)

David Breger (person)

William Sloane (person)

Summer Bartholomew (person)

John Gillespie Magee Jr. (person)

General Electric Company (corporateBody)

Founded 1892. Corporate interests include: Broadcasting; Electric Components; Household Appliances; Lighting Equipment; Motors; Telecommunications; Electromedical Industry. From the description of Technical records. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 84865339 Founded 1892. From the description of General Electric Company in Camden, N.J., collection, 1878-1989. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70979711 Schenectady, NY. From the description of Electr...

Dayton Community Chest (corporateBody)

Fred Lasswell (person)

Capp, Al, 1909-1979 (person)

Cartoonist, illustrator; New York, N.Y. Creator of the comic strip "Lil' Abner". Full name is Alfred Gerald Caplin. From the description of Al Capp cartoon drawings, 1950-1959. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122515753 ...

Al Miller (person)

The Ohio State University Alumni Fund (corporateBody)

Sandra Corbitt (person)

The American Red Cross (corporateBody)

Mike Mansfield (person)

All American Recreation Center (corporateBody)

Sabotage (Musician) (person)

Colorado Press Association (corporateBody)

Armed Forces Press Service (corporateBody)

Brothers for Goldwater (corporateBody)

Pan-Am Airline (corporateBody)

Barbara Uniker (person)

Air Command and Staff College of Maxwell Air Force Base (corporateBody)

General Dynamics (corporateBody)

WBNS (corporateBody)

Ray Bailey (person)

Lt. James C. Fitzpatrick (person)

Jay Alan (person)

Maine Press Association (corporateBody)

United Airlines (corporateBody)

Frank S. Stanton (person)

Jorge Longaron (person)

Brant Parker (person)

Warner Brothers (corporateBody)

General Electric (corporateBody)

United States. Department of the Army (corporateBody)

OSU (corporateBody)

Alwilda McAdoo (person)

Wright-Patterson Fields Old Timers Quarter Century Club (corporateBody)

Military Air Transport Service (corporateBody)

Harry Wilhelm (person)

United State Treasury Department Savings Bond Tour (corporateBody)

Rudolph Valentino (person)

View-Master (corporateBody)

G. Tuska (person)

St. Louis Globe-Democrat (corporateBody)

Rockland County Council (corporateBody)

First National Pictures (corporateBody)

Associated Business Publications (corporateBody)

Carey, Hugh L. (person)

Governor of New York, 1975-1982. From the description of Gubernatorial papers, 1975-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155469676 The Battle of Long Island (also known as the Battle of Brooklyn) occurred on August 27, 1776 in what is now the borough of Brooklyn, N.Y. The battle was the largest of the American Revolutionary War. It resulted in a victory for the British army and the retreat of the Continental Army through Manhattan and New Jersey into Pennsylvania. ...

Henrietta Parsons (person)

Steve Becker (person)

Miami Valley High School Journalism Association (corporateBody)

Edwin Granberry (person)

Frederick Opper (person)

Katherine Fanning (person)

McCain, John S. (John Sidney), 1911-1981 (person)

John Sidney "Jack" McCain Jr. (January 17, 1911 – March 22, 1981) was a United States Navy admiral who served in conflicts from the 1940s through the 1970s, including as the Commander, United States Pacific Command. The son of a naval officer, McCain grew up in Washington, D.C., and graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1931, after which he entered the submarine service. During World War II he commanded submarines in several theaters of operation and was responsible for sinking several Jap...

The Authors League of America (corporateBody)

Clinton D. Vincent (person)

Players (Club) (corporateBody)

Brooks was elected an honorary member of the Players. From the description of Correspondence to Van Wyck Brooks, 1961-1962. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 182939973 New York City. Founded by Edwin Booth in 1888, the club had among its members many prominent actors, artists and writers. From the description of Players Club letters, 1848-1941. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122397038 The Players is a private social club, founded ...

Phil Cockran (person)

Dean Young (person)

Ellis Kadison (person)

Ida Holsapple (person)

Novice Fawcett (person)

Marvel Comics Group (corporateBody)

Marvel Comics is an American publisher of comic books and related media. In 2009, The Walt Disney Company acquired Marvel Entertainment, Marvel Worldwide's parent company. Marvel started in 1939 as Timely Publications, and by the early 1950s had generally become known as Atlas Comics. Marvel's modern incarnation dates from 1961, the year that the company launched superhero titles created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko and many others....

Patricia Hearst (person)

Doug Marlette (person)

Bureau of Advertising (corporateBody)

Goodwill Industries of America (corporateBody)

Betty White (person)

Friends of the Libraries (corporateBody)

Newspaper Features Council (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Founded in 1955 as The Newspaper Comics Council, the organization changed its name to The Newspaper Features Council in 1985 when it expanded its membership to include columnists in addition to newspaper cartoonists. After 1985, its members included editorial cartoonists and columnists, newspaper executives, and syndicate executives. Before closing its doors in 2002 due to relatively low membership and declining member turnout for its meetings, The NFC was a not-for-profit organization which rel...

John Fischetti (person)

Pegasus Production (corporateBody)

Toledo Museum of Art (corporateBody)

Art museum in Toledo, Ohio. From the description of Scrapbooks [microform] 1903-. (Bowling Green State University). WorldCat record id: 40770858 From the description of Scrapbooks : 1903- (Toledo Museum of Art). WorldCat record id: 424365249 ...

Collins, Michael, 1930-2021 (person)

Michael Collins (b. October 31, 1930, Rome, Italy) is an American astronaut and test pilot. He was on the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. Collins was also the director of the National Air and Space Museum and served as the undersecretary of the Smithsonian Institution....

Al Andriola (person)

Jim Winchester (person)

Tim Lapsley (person)

Columbia University. Graduate School of Journalism. (corporateBody)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED The School of Journalism was established through monies left to Columbia University in the will of Joseph Pulitzer who died in 1911. As he wrote in his will, “There are now special schools for instruction for lawyers, physicians, clergymen, military and naval officers, engineers, architects and artists, but none for the instruction of journalists. That all other professions and not journalism should have the advantage of special training seems to me contrary to rea...

Carl Horak (person)

United States Army Air Force (corporateBody)

G. Tiner (person)

Vic Herman (person)

Mary Myles Minter (person)

Florence Burton (person)

The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art (corporateBody)

J. N. (Ding) Darling (person)

James McDivitt (person)

Clarence Lindner (person)

Dale Conner (person)

Ideal Toy Corporation (corporateBody)

Mary Gauerke (person)

General Foods (corporateBody)

Columbus Ad Club (corporateBody)

Columbus Chamber of Commerce (corporateBody)

Tom Batiuk (person)

Elsie Steen (person)

Lisa Powers (person)

Art Buchwald (person)

William Wirtz (person)

Lyman Young (person)

Mitch Miller (person)

Clinton Vincent (person)

Nat Youngblood (person)

Bill Mumy (person)

City of Palm Springs California (corporateBody)

Field Enterprises (corporateBody)

Connie Chung (person)

Air Defense Command (corporateBody)

John Held, Jr. (person)

The New York Evening Post. (corporateBody)

Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce (corporateBody)

Biography / Administrative History Earl Coffman acted as president of the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce's Indian Affairs Committee. The Indian Affairs Committee was made up of non-Indian business owners who organized their economic and political interests through pooled resources. From the guide to the Earl Coffman Papers, 1923-1949, (Agua Caliente Cultural Museum) ...

National Aeronautics Association (corporateBody)

Neal Zimmers (person)

Atlanta Advertising Institute (corporateBody)

73rd Bomb Wing Association (corporateBody)

Irwin Hassen (person)

All American Engineering Company. (corporateBody)

All American Aviation, Inc., was incorporated in Delaware on March 5, 1937. It was renamed All American Airways, Inc., on September 20, 1948, in response to its evolution into a conventional airline. On January 2, 1953, it spun off its engineering and research units and became Allegheny Airlines, Inc. It was renamed USAir, Inc., on October 28, 1979. All American Aviation was originally incorporated by Dr. Lytle S. Adams, who had been experimenting with aerial pick-up dev...

World Book Encyclopedia and Field Enterprises Educational Corporation (corporateBody)

IRS (corporateBody)

National Aeronautics and Space Association (corporateBody)

John McMeel (person)

Earl Hicks (person)

Betty Bishop (person)

Special Services (corporateBody)

Hoosier State Press Association (corporateBody)

The Hoosier State Press Association mss., ca. 1969-1984, was created by Richard W. Cardwell, General Counsel for the Hoosier State Press Association for twenty-five years. The collection consists of background materials and the Cardwell drafts of the following legislation and issues of public debate: Open Committees in the General Assembly, 1969-1971; Juvenile Code, 1969-1979-; Open Door Law, 1975-1977; Public Record Law, 1976-1983; Governor's Commission on Individual Privacy, 1976-1977; Obsceni...

Rouson, John Henry, 1908- (person)

Harry Haenigsen (person)

The Times-Picayune Publishing Company (corporateBody)

The American Wing Theatre (corporateBody)

Bill Leary (person)

Si Burick (person)

Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945 (person)

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born on January 30, 1882, in Hyde Park, New York. He was the son of James (lawyer, financier) and Sara (Delano) Roosevelt. He married Anna Eleanor Roosevelt on March 17, 1905, and had six children: Anna, James, Franklin, Elliott, Franklin Jr., John. He received his B.A. from Harvard in 1904 and later attended Columbia University Law School. Roosevelt was admitted to the Bar in 1907 and worked for the Carter, Ledyard, and Milburn firm in New York City from 1907 to 19...

International Society for the Welfare of Cripples (corporateBody)

Craig Leavitt (person)

National Cartoonist Society. (corporateBody)

State of Ohio Development and Publicity Commission (corporateBody)

McFarland, J. David (person)

Bob Cessna (person)

Russel Myers (person)

Fredrick Loewe (person)

Charles Raab (person)

Raphael Hayes (person)

National Cartoonists Association (corporateBody)

Lee Beardshear (person)

Internal Revenue Service (corporateBody)

International Society of Aviation Writers (corporateBody)

Martha Kinney Cooper Ohioana Library Association (corporateBody)

American Humanics (corporateBody)

Richard Tregaskis (person)

Pete Morisi (person)

Green, Robert L. (person)

The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York (corporateBody)

Paul R. Simqu (person)

Mike Hodgson (person)

Mizzou Manufacturing Company (corporateBody)

National Bank of Haverstraw and Trust Company (corporateBody)

Players (Club) (corporateBody)

Brooks was elected an honorary member of the Players. From the description of Correspondence to Van Wyck Brooks, 1961-1962. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 182939973 New York City. Founded by Edwin Booth in 1888, the club had among its members many prominent actors, artists and writers. From the description of Players Club letters, 1848-1941. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122397038 The Players is a private social club, founded ...

Fred Waring's U.S. Chorus (corporateBody)

Phoenix Press Club (corporateBody)

Sigma Chi, Inc (corporateBody)

United States Diplomatic Courier Service (corporateBody)

The Courier Journal-The Louisville Times (corporateBody)

Fredrich Tiemann (person)

Alpha Gamma (corporateBody)

Toni Auth (person)

Eric Sloane (person)

Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., 1966 (corporateBody)

Homer Harmon (person)

Edward H. Heinemann (person)

erb Caen (person)

Hon. Benjamin A. Gilman (person)

Milt Gross Memorial Fund (corporateBody)

Bill Lookadoo (person)

Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc. (corporateBody)

Lou Lingler (person)

Cartoonists Committee of People to People (corporateBody)

Carle Hodge (person)

Rutledge, William A. (person)

Alfred Smith (person)

Maine Press Society (corporateBody)

Press Club of San Francisco. (corporateBody)

Douglas Fairbanks (person)

Ann Meyer (person)

Harvard Crew (corporateBody)

King Vidor (person)

Harold Foster (person)

Vick's Cough Drops (corporateBody)

Byron Stokes (person)

Daniel Holland (person)

Newspaper Features Council (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Founded in 1955 as The Newspaper Comics Council, the organization changed its name to The Newspaper Features Council in 1985 when it expanded its membership to include columnists in addition to newspaper cartoonists. After 1985, its members included editorial cartoonists and columnists, newspaper executives, and syndicate executives. Before closing its doors in 2002 due to relatively low membership and declining member turnout for its meetings, The NFC was a not-for-profit organization which rel...

North American Air Defense Command Office of Information (corporateBody)

Hall, Robert M., 1928- (person)

Harry Losee (person)

lizabeth Caniff (person)

Jack Goodman (person)

Hamptons Hospital and Medical Center (corporateBody)

National Society of Art Directors (corporateBody)

Esther Parsons Caniff (person)

Twentieth Century Fox (corporateBody)

Schwartz, Lew Sayre (person)

United States Military Academy (corporateBody)

West Point, N.Y., was originally utilized as a strategic defense location during the American Revolution. West Point is geographically located on a 100 ft. plateau overlooking the Hudson River. After the American victory Congress created a Corps of Invalids (veterans) that were transferred to West Point for the purpose of instructing candidates for commission. In 1802 Congress legally established the United States Military Academy at West Point. The Academy produced many leaders of American forc...

Engli, Frank (person)

Myrtle Privette (person)

Boy Scouts of America (corporateBody)

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is one of the largest Scouting organizations in the United States of America and one of the largest youth organizations in the United States, with more than 2.4 million youth participants and nearly one million adult volunteers. The BSA was founded in 1910, and since then, more than 110 million Americans have been participants in BSA programs at some time. The BSA is part of the international Scout Movement and became a founding member organization of the World Or...

Bedside Network (corporateBody)

Taylor, Marian Young, 1908-1973 (person)

National Council (corporateBody)

Herald Examiner (corporateBody)

Simon; Schuster (corporateBody)

Carol Ohmart (person)

Frank K. Benedict (person)

Steve Canyon Airager (corporateBody)

WJRK (corporateBody)

Tom Henderson (corporateBody)

Rigney, Harold W. (Harold William), 1900- (person)

Missil Sites Labor Commission (corporateBody)

United Jewish Appeal (corporateBody)

Melvin Levy (person)

Congressional Medal of Honor Society (corporateBody)

Herbert Greenhalgh (person)

Frank P. Bell (person)

United States Bicentennial Flag Program (corporateBody)

Yoshiro Kato (person)

National Cartoonists Society Hall of Fame (corporateBody)

Dale Messick (person)

Bill Kresse (person)

Paul Simeu (person)

Nelson McIninch (person)

Birmingham-Southern College Theatre (corporateBody)

International Aerospace Hall of Fame (corporateBody)

Max Kriendler (person)

Clare Luce (person)

Air Force Museum Foundation (corporateBody)

Express Mail All Aspects (corporateBody)

CPC International (corporateBody)

Famous Photographers School (corporateBody)

Elizabeth Poor (person)

United States Color Guard (corporateBody)

Army (corporateBody)

Newspaper Enterprise Association (corporateBody)

American news service with headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio. From the description of Newspaper Enterprise Association miscellaneous records, 1919-1921. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872013 Newspaper Enterprise Association and United Feature Syndicate are divisions of United Media, the information and entertainment company that develops and markets 150 comic strips and editorial features worldwide, including Peanuts, Marmaduke, Dilbert, The Born Loser, Miss Manners, Jack A...

Edmund Duffy (person)

Ted Key (person)

Abraham Lincoln (person)

Peter O'Donnell (person)

Louise Winslow (person)

Northwestern Univeristy (corporateBody)

Kurt Weil Foundation for Music (corporateBody)

Royal Order of Reef Rats (corporateBody)

City of Hillsboro Ohio (corporateBody)

Victory Corps (corporateBody)

The Presidents Club (corporateBody)

WABD (corporateBody)

Sickles, Noel (person)

Cartoonist and illustrator. Born in Chillicothe, Ohio in 1910, Sickles began his career as political cartoonist for the Ohio State journal in Columbus. After moving to New York in the 1930's he worked for the Associated Press and drew the Scorchy Smith strip when its creator died. Later he worked as an illustrator for Life magazine and other publications. Sickles died in 1982. From the guide to the Noel Sickles Collection, 1921-1980, 1930-1980, (The Ohio State University Billy Irelan...

Curtiss (corporateBody)

Coulton Waugh (person)

Rod Sterling (person)

Joseph Landon (person)

Kukla and Ollie (person)

U.S. Army (corporateBody)

Joan Brennan (person)

St. Petersburg Times (corporateBody)

Smith Davis (person)

Eagle Scouts (corporateBody)

65th Fighter Sqadron (corporateBody)

David Jones (person)

Tony Chikes (person)

Stephen Becker (person)

Ideal Toys (corporateBody)

Hands Across America (corporateBody)

Sterling South (person)

W. C. Handy (person)

Joel Rosen (person)

School of Journalism (corporateBody)

Coca-Cola (corporateBody)

Dick Powell (person)

Jim Watters (person)

Doug Wildey (person)

Post Office (corporateBody)

United Service Organization (corporateBody)

Comic Arts Professional Society (corporateBody)

Auxiliary Police of New York (corporateBody)

Lillian Cornell (person)

Paramount Pictures, inc. (corporateBody)

Piasecki (corporateBody)

United States Air Reserves (corporateBody)

International Friendship Foundation (corporateBody)

American theatre wing (corporateBody)

Howard Hausman (person)

Goodwill Industries (corporateBody)

Rockland County Counci (corporateBody)

Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Chatelaine Magazine-Art Directors Club Toronto (corporateBody)

Jack Horner (person)

WERE (corporateBody)

John Fullen (person)

Air Force Aid Society program (corporateBody)

Connie Guyton (person)

Rube Goldberg (person)

The Ohio Commodores (corporateBody)

Charles Beaumont (person)

R. C. Harvey (person)

Art Students League of America (corporateBody)

Lonnie Allen (person)

The Museum of Cartoon Art (corporateBody)

Nick Crane (person)

Society of Artists and Art Directors (corporateBody)

Mike Valentine (person)

Child Study Association of America (corporateBody)

CSAA promoted understanding of child development and better parent-child relationships by introducing and interpreting the findings of psychiatry, psychology, and sociology in a form that is useful for parents and others who work with children. From the description of Child Study Association of America records, supplement 2, [microform] 1890-1930, (bulk 1890-1900; 1920-1930). (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 63285787 From the description of Child S...

Canadian Broadcasting System (corporateBody)

Ginger Rogers (person)

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (corporateBody)

San Francisco AD Club (corporateBody)

Martha Schauer (person)

The National Arts Club (corporateBody)

Ben Schankman (person)

Office of Economic Opportunity (corporateBody)

Hemisfair (corporateBody)

Minneapolis Star and Tribune (corporateBody)

Field Enterprises, Inc (corporateBody)

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (corporateBody)

Arthur Motley (person)

Rockland County Group (corporateBody)

Advertising Club of Lincoln Nebraska (corporateBody)

Navy League of the United States (corporateBody)

Red Air Force (corporateBody)

Night Fighters Album of Association (corporateBody)

Roger Beaumont (person)

Al McWilliams (person)

Arthur Wood, Jr. (person)

Bon Dunn (person)

Davidson, Harold G. (person)

William Rotsler (person)

Elizabeth Carson (person)

Moammar Khadafy (person)

Charles Brennan (person)

Dinty Moore (corporateBody)

Cavalcade of American Comics (corporateBody)

Betty Grable (person)

The Toledo Museum of Art (corporateBody)

News America Syndicate (corporateBody)

The Population Institute (corporateBody)

Gus Arriola (person)

All Women Transcontinental Air Race Powder Puff Derby (corporateBody)

Paramount Picture, Inc. (corporateBody)

Shelley Colbert (person)

Knight Advertising (corporateBody)

George Caniff (person)

Florida State university (corporateBody)

The Florida State College for Women (FSCW) Artist Series began in 1923. Dean Ella Opperman was the first person in charge of organizing the series. The series was intended to bring renowned artists to FSCW. After FSCW became Florida State University (FSU), the FSU School of Music managed the series. However, in 1974 the FSU Artist Series Committee assumed control. Because of financial difficulties in the early 1990s, the Artist Series was briefly discontinued. The series was then entitled the "C...

Bill Travis (person)

Metropolitan Sunday Comics Network (corporateBody)

Advertising Managers of the Associated Merchandising Corporation (corporateBody)

The Ohio State University (corporateBody)

Otto Silha (person)

Al Burtis (person)

Walter Wagner (person)

Ben Greenberg (person)

Thanksgiving Day Hunger Project (corporateBody)

Virginia Waring (person)

George Zaffo (person)

The Press Club of San Francisco (corporateBody)

The Advertising & Sales Club of Toronto (corporateBody)

Elisha Gray (person)

General Curtis LeMay (person)

Thomas Darcy (person)

Columbus Pictures (corporateBody)

Mine Planter Service (corporateBody)

Association of Canadian Advertisers's Annual Conference (corporateBody)

Norman Zelenko (person)

Alcoholics Anonymous (corporateBody)

Jones, George H. (person)

Dick, Kirby (person)

Dan Spiegle (person)

Terri Keane (person)

Alfred Andriola (person)

Metropolitan Sunday Comics (corporateBody)

Pan American World Airways. (corporateBody)

Larry Katzman (person)

Dorothy Lamour (person)

Nestor Redondo (person)

Arnold Sundegaard (person)

William Overgard (person)

David Low (person)

The Albany Times-Union (corporateBody)

Hal Foster (person)

Rotary Club of Minneapolis (corporateBody)

The Adcraft Club of Detroit (corporateBody)

Kiwanis Club of Dayton (corporateBody)

Zenon Hansen (person)

Civil Air Patrol Information Program (corporateBody)

United States Savings Bonds Division of the Treasury Department (corporateBody)

Youth Careers and Military Training in Aviation (corporateBody)

Frank Pauer (person)

Billy Rose (person)

Opal Burton (person)

Ruth Stanton (person)

American Newspaper Guild (corporateBody)

Established December, 1933. From the description of American Newspaper Guild records, 1933-1969. (Wayne State University, Archives of Labor & Urban). WorldCat record id: 32320780 ...

Walter Williams (person)

Pat Hamilton (person)

The Author's Guild, Inc. (corporateBody)

Bucks for Buck-eyes (corporateBody)

Sikorsky (corporateBody)

91st Bomb Group (corporateBody)

First Air Commando Group (corporateBody)

Ed Penisten (person)

Norman Drew (person)

Toledo Junior Chamber of Commerce (corporateBody)

Jeff MacNelly (person)

Mauldin, Bill, 1921-2003 (person)

Bill G. Mauldin was from Arkadelphia, Arkansas. He was a lieutenant in the U. S. Air Force in the late 1960s and was stationed at White Sands Missle Range, New Mexico. Clark County records show that he married Janet C. Felling in 1966. From the description of Bill Mauldin letters, 1965-1966. (Ouachita Baptist University). WorldCat record id: 741328734 Cartoonist. Full name: William Henry Mauldin. From the description of Papers of Bill Mauldin, 1941-1968. (Unknown...

Overseas Press Club Memorial Press Center (corporateBody)

Rockwell Kent (person)

Stivers Class of 1925 (corporateBody)

Goodwill Industries of America National Board of Directors (corporateBody)

Fullen, John B. (person)

David F. McCallister (person)

Marine CorPSof the Confederate States of America (corporateBody)

Pat Oliphant (person)

Stan Walker (person)

John Steinbeck (person)

McCann Erickson (corporateBody)

Mort J. Donoghue (person)

William Hill (person)

the Flying Tigers (corporateBody)

The American Volunteer Group/Flying Tigers (corporateBody)

Chicago symphony orchestra (corporateBody)

Formed 1891 as the Chicago Orchestra; 1913, name changes to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. From the description of General film and videorecordings collection, 1934-[ongoing] (bulk 1971-[ongoing]). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70963621 Scores were kept in the orchestra's music library, with markings intact; annotations have been added to the score's cover to indicate which scores had markings by Reiner. From the description of Fritz Reiner marked scores collec...

Elizabeth Guyton (person)

Pennsylvania state university (corporateBody)

The Pennsylvania Humanities Council designated the year 1985 as "The Year of the Pennsylvania Writer." The PHC funded projects in eight locations throughout the Commonwealth to gain appreciation, understanding, and recognition for past and present Pennsylvania writers. The State College/University Park location held a two-stage conference and related events by five Centre County regional organizations. From the description of The Year of the Pennsylvania writer collection, 1984-1986....

Quaker City Lodge (corporateBody)

Library of Communication and Graphic Arts (corporateBody)

Morris Weiss (person)

Auction of Comic Art (corporateBody)

Bob Oksner (person)

U.S. Army Rangers (corporateBody)

American Society of Military Insignia Collectors (corporateBody)

Cyril Clemens (person)

Lowell Toy Company (corporateBody)

Pearl Baily (person)

Albert Stackpole (person)

Keystone Squadron (corporateBody)

Philip Harkins (person)

Cal Alley (person)

Vertie Uible (person)

Howard W. Diehl (person)

Ten Tigers (corporateBody)

Marge Duffy Devine (person)

Yo Guyton (person)

Jake Parsons (person)

Howard Munce (person)

Joe Tomlin (person)

Headquarters Army Air Forces Advanced Flying School (corporateBody)

Isabel Coutrot (person)

Rollin Kirby (person)

Atlanta Law School (corporateBody)

The Atlanta Law School was founded in 1890 by four Atlanta attorneys, Hamilton Douglas, Sr., Hooper Alexander, Archibald H. Davis and Charles A. Read. Hamilton Douglas, Sr. served as the first Dean of the school, followed by his son, Hamilton Douglas, Jr. and Judge Herschel Cole. It was one of the first schools in America to offer night classes. Serving as the city's oldest institution for legal education, many of its students went on to occupy leading positions at the bar, on the bench, and as ...

United States Air Force Recruiting Program (corporateBody)

Famous Artists School (corporateBody)

United States Armed forces (corporateBody)

Adams, John Paul, 1901-1983 (person)

Lalique Crystallerie (corporateBody)

Don Trachte (person)

Dayton Rotary Club (corporateBody)

Metropolitan Group (corporateBody)

Sun-Times Daily News Syndicate (corporateBody)

Cincinnati Enquirer (corporateBody)

Ojai Valley Inn (corporateBody)

The Ohio State University Alumni Club of Greater Philadelphia (corporateBody)

Rochester institute of technology (corporateBody)

It is unclear when the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) first admitted minority students. However, it appears as though the first African American students entered the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (renamed RIT in 1944) during the early 1900s. For instance, in 1906 Fredericka Sprague, the granddaughter of Frederick Douglass, took classes at the Institute. There are several other instances of African American students attending the school during the early 20th century as well...

Tack Knight (person)

Bill Rega (person)

Overseas Press Club of America. (corporateBody)

The Overseas Press Club of America was founded in New York City in the 1940s by a group of 42 foreign correspondents. From the description of Records, 1976-1991. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 27137284 ...

Marvel Mania Club (corporateBody)

National Cartoonists Committee (corporateBody)

Henderson, William Penhallow, 1877-1943 (person)

Painter, mural painter, architect, furniture designer; Santa Fe, N.M. From the description of William Penhallow Henderson papers, 1876-1987 (bulk 1876-1943). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 77837597 ...

Sandra Jeanne Corbitt (person)

Jim Lattie (person)

U.S. Army Special Services (corporateBody)

Edward Gibbons (person)

Women's Juvenile Service Board (corporateBody)

Sidney Carroll (person)

National Secretaries Association (corporateBody)

Civil Aeronautics Administration. (corporateBody)

Christy, Howard Chandler, 1873-1952 (person)

Painter, sculptor, illustrator; New York, N.Y. and Ohio. From the description of Howard Chandler Christy letters, 1949. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122545978 Howard Chandler Christy was a noted American illustrator and painter. From the description of Howard Chandler Christy Papers, 1873-2001. (Lafayette College). WorldCat record id: 71520652 American artist. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Chester, N.J., to Helen F. Levy...

Army Service Forces (corporateBody)

Powder Puff (corporateBody)

Carol Bailey (person)

Western Publications (corporateBody)

Esther Frances Parsons (person)

Joyce Brothers (person)

Joyce, Rosemary O., 1927- (person)

Herb Block (person)

Advertising Club of Denver. (corporateBody)

Stan Drake (person)

Bob Thomas (person)

Ackerman, Forrest J. (person)

Forrest James Ackerman, or as he preferred to be called “Forrest J Ackerman” (with no period after his middle initial), was a collector, writer, editor, literary agent, actor, and producer. He published the first science fiction fan magazine (fanzine) in 1932. From 1958 to 1982 he edited "Famous Monsters of Filmland" fanzine. In 1947 Ackerman created a science fiction literary agency. Ackerman was well known for amassing a large collection of science fiction, fantasy and horror memorabilia inclu...

International AeroClassic (corporateBody)

Los Angeles county museum of art (corporateBody)

Art patron and collector, Los Angeles, Calif. Collections deal with South Seas and Western paintings. From the description of Los Angeles County Museum records relating to the Mr. and Mrs. William Preston Harrison collections, 1916-1973. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122552599 Originally part of the Los Angeles County Museum of History, Science, & Art located in Exposition Park, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art was established as a separate institution in 1961. In 1...

Department of Health (corporateBody)

Rockland County Civil Air Patrol. (corporateBody)

George Wolfe (person)

Irwin Hasen (person)

Southwestern Journalism Congress (corporateBody)

Night Fighter Squadron (corporateBody)

Brad Hatton (person)

Elliott, Calvin (person)

Bill Blackbeard (person)

Department of Air Force Strategic Air Command (corporateBody)

Art Marquette (person)

California Democratic Coucil (corporateBody)

Camp Fire (corporateBody)

Dayton Art Institute (corporateBody)

American society of newspaper editors (corporateBody)

The American Society of Newspaper Editors was founded in 1922. The first president was Casper Yost of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat . From the guide to the American Society of Newspaper Editors Records, 1964-1966, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) ...

Ed Dodd (person)

Tulane University. (corporateBody)

1st Air Force Commando Wing (corporateBody)

David H. Margolis (person)

Honor Roll (corporateBody)

Guy Gilchrist (person)

Chinese-American Manned Fighter Squadron (corporateBody)

840th Air Division of Tactical Air Command (corporateBody)

Dayton Alumni of The Ohio State University (corporateBody)

Maine Press Assoc. (corporateBody)

Phi Kappa Psi (corporateBody)

Phi Kappa Psi was formed in 1892 when five members of the Alpha Club, Smith's first literary society, decided to form their own group. In 1934, the Alpha Society and Phi Kappa Psi merged to form a society known as the Alpha Phi Kappa Psi. From the description of Phi Kappa Psi society records, 1892-1939. (Smith College). WorldCat record id: 52253677 ...

Isa Miranda (person)

New York World's Fair (corporateBody)

Secret Service (Musical group) (corporateBody)

Plac Productions, Inc. (corporateBody)

Vernon Rieck (person)

Kiwanis (corporateBody)

Jean Phillips (person)

Barbara Carrera (person)

Civilian Defense Program (corporateBody)

Charlie Plumb (person)

Thomas Meighan (person)

Lamar Sparkman (person)

Linda Whatmore Morrow (person)

Waring, Fred, 1900-1984 (person)

Choral conductor and showman. From the description of Typewritten letter signed : New York, N.Y., to Robley Durham Stevens, 1938 May 2. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270920972 Music composer, arranger, conductor, and performer. From the description of Fred Waring scrapbooks, 1922-1984. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 57482118 From the description of Fred Waring broadcasts, 1933-1957. (Pennsylvania State University Librarie...

Jay, Jackson (person)

W. Jensen Bowers (person)

Eagle Squadron Association (corporateBody)

Wayne Warnken (person)

Chicago Sun-Times and Daily News (corporateBody)

John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005 (person)

Pope John Paul II (b. Karol Jozef Wojtyla, May 18, 1920, Wadowice, Poland-d. Apr. 2, 2005). He was elected pope in 1978, the first non-Italian chosen as Pope in 456 years. He survived an assassination attempt in May 1981. From the description of John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10678008 ...

Rupert Murdoch (person)

James Weaver (person)

Greg D'Alessio (person)

Neil Armstrong (person)

John Bainbridge (person)

Hearst Books (Firm) (corporateBody)

Historical note The Los Angeles Examiner was founded in December 1903 by William Randolph Hearst. A morning paper, it printed its last issue on January 7, 1962. The paper closed at the same time as the Times-Mirror afternoon paper the Los Angeles Mirror . These closures left the Los Angeles Times as the only significant morning newspaper in Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Evening Herald & Express, another Hearst paper, as the only signifi...

Rhodes, James A. (James Allen), 1909-2001 (person)

Northern California Cartoon & Humor Association (corporateBody)

Red Motley (person)

Eddie Rickenbacker Museum (corporateBody)

Max Anderson (person)

Ellis Payne (person)

Pamela Whittaker (person)

Bob Harvey (person)

Yong-Hwan, Kim (person)

Veterans Hospital (corporateBody)

Metropolitan Groups (corporateBody)

William Levine (person)

Karl Hubenthal (person)

World Federation of United Nations Associations (corporateBody)

Wilda Brennan (person)

Silverstein, Shel, 1930-1999 (person)

b. 1932; d. May 10, 1999. From the description of Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82328617 Shel Silverstein was born September 25, 1930, in Chicago, Illinois, and died May 10, 1999, in Key West, Florida. He had a long career as artist, cartoonist, and writer, contributing to diverse publications such as Playboy Magazine and children's literature. Biographical Sources:Something About the Author, vols. 27, 33, 92, 116, Children'...

Art Directors and Artists Guild (corporateBody)

Chuck Kline (person)

Ferd Johnson (person)

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American cartoonist, best known for the long-running comic strips Terry and the pirates and Steve Canyon. Lived for many years in New City, NY as a neighbor of Kurt Weill, Lotte Lenya, Maxwell Anderson, Alan Jay Lerner, and others. Also an original board member of the Kurt Weill for Music thanks to his long association with Lenya. Caniff died in 1988. From the description of An oral history interview with Milton Caniff / conducted for the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music by Donald Spo...

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The Awgwan started publication in 1913 as a humour magazine for the University of Nebraska campus. The publication included articles and cartoons, poetry, short quips, quotations on students, football, homecoming, professors, classes, alumni, and society. Each issue included an editorial. The Awgwan was published first by a small group of students, who later called themselves the Helmet and Quill Society. With the publication of Volume 5, Sigma Delta Chi, the local chapter of a professional jour...

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The main building of the Metropolitan Museum of Art is located at 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, a new art reference library, named the Thomas J. Watson Library, was designed by the architectural firm of Brown, Lawford and Forbes in consultation with the Museum. Severud-Elstad-Krueger were the structural engineers; Krey and Hunt were the mechanical engineers. The Library formally opened Jan. 26, 1965. It occupies three floors: the two lower floors comprise s...

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Built and launched at New York Navy Yard; commissioned Nov. 12, 1944; scraped in 1993. Served in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. From the description of USS Bon Homme Richard (CV/CVA-31) photograph collection 1944-1971. (The Mariners' Museum Library). WorldCat record id: 41657866 The federal government decided in 1941 to send Supply Corps personnel to Harvard Business School for training in the business of equipping the Navy. This was effected by a transfer...

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This collection of transparencies was used by representatives of the Atomic Energy Commission (A.E.C.) during a presentation before the Alaska House State Affairs Committee, April 4, 1970, in Juneau. At the time of the presentation, the A.E.C. was planning a second underground nuclear test on Amchitka Island in 1971, code-named CANNIKIN. Testimony was heard from several groups against a second test as well as adverse testimony about the first test which took place in October, 1969 and was code n...

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United States. Marine Corps (corporateBody)

The U.S. Marine Corps was established on November 10, 1775. From the description of Papers, 1933-1945. (Naval War College). WorldCat record id: 754107146 The history of the Marine Corps Navajo Code Talkers dates from 1942-1945. In 1942, a white man by the name of Phillip Johnston, who had lived on a Navajo reservation for many years of his life, conceived an idea that he thought might help the war. He believed that the Navajo language, a verbal, rarely-written language, coul...

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Thurber, James, 1894-1961 (person)

James Thurber was born in Columbus, Ohio, in 1894. Considered one of the 20th century's more prominent humorists, he wrote nearly forty books of stories, essays, autobiography, and a Broadway play. Thurber passed away in 1961. From the description of James Thurber letters to Mrs. Robert Sterling, 1946-1950. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 181589252 Epithet: author and cartoonist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person ...

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Museum of Cartoon Art (corporateBody)

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