Thomas M. Allison (U.S.N., Ret.) served aboard the Hornet when propaganda leaflets were dropped in the Tokyo area on 17 February 1945. This collection includes literary manuscripts, official and personal correspondence, and memorabilia relating to World War II navy convoy in 1941 and British P.O.W.'s in Thailand. Also includes: single-leaf leaflets produced by the U.S. Navy in an attempt to lower the morale of the Japanese during World War II which were printed aboard the carrier U.S.S. Hornet (CV-12), placed in aircraft bomber bays and then dropped over Tokyo.
The papers of Alice LaFond Altieri, state legislator and public official, of North Smithfield, R.I., consists of her political and personal correspondence, scrapbooks and clippings, speeches, reports, and memorabilia.
Phillips Memorial Library, Special and Archival Collections
American Association of People with Disabilities records
7.0 Linear feet
1993-2014 (bulk 2002-2010)
This collection, ranging from 1993 to 2014, consists of an array of materials, including correspondence, scattered administrative materials, legal documentation, audio-visual cassettes, computer files, ephemera, and a few artifacts, all of which were issued by or are associated with the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), the largest cross-disability membership organization in the United States. AAPD was founded in 1995 by five leaders from the diasability community, Justin Sylvia Walker, Paul Hearne, John D. Kemp, and I. King Jordan, all of whom were instrumental in advocating, drafting and passing the landmark civil rights law, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. The bulk of the materials gathered here represent AAPD's continuing advocacy for the equal rights of the disability community, and are mainly associated with James C. Dickson, a prominent leader in the disability community, who was Vice President for Governmental Affairs of the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), and a Brown University graduate (class of 1968).
The Anderson papers consist of
career papers, correspondence, subject files, writings, and
other miscellaneous items related to the military career of Bern
Anderson. The majority of the materials in this collection are
from the career series and the correspondence series. These
materials reflect many angles of his active United States Naval
duty including: his personal letters during active duty, his
materials regarding Operation Hollandia, his published and
unpublished writings, diaries, citations, photographs, and
Naval War College (U.S.). Naval Historical Collection
The K. Brooke Anderson papers contain correspondence, daybooks, ledgers, journals, photographs, notes, speeches primarily related to his years at Brown as executive secretary of the Brown Christian Association.
This collection consists of the research files of Daniel J. Anderson, one of the developers of the Minnesota Model for the treatment of alcoholism. There are magazines, newspaper clippings, speech outlines on index cards, books, pamphlets, and conference materials.
The Loren and Elizabeth Slater Anthony papers are a
collection of notebooks, class notes, and reports created during their enrollment at Rhode
Island School of Design, 1937-1942. The collection also includes samples of professional
graphic design work done after graduation, circa 1948.
Richard H. Anthony was a Providence, Rhode Island
native and Brown University graduate, class of 1925. His
distinguished career included working as a journalist in Paris for
the European edition of the