The Smiley papers comprise extensive correspondence; course and research materials; diaries, notebooks, and journals; typescript drafts and scrapbooks of his column, "Planets and Stars"; as well as audio and visual materials.
Augustus William Smith was a school teacher, university professor (astronomy and mathematics), president of Wesleyan University and professor of Natural Philosophy at the United States Naval Academy. Smith's papers contain extensive correspondence with contemporary astronomers, mathematicians and meteorologists, along with several manuscripts. There is also correspondence between Smith and others concerning affairs of the Methodist-Episcopal Church.
The H. Adrian Smith papers (1752-1992) contain materials amassed over a
lifetime of collecting magic-related materials and being involved in magic societies
and magic performance. These materials include magic trick descriptions, playbills,
posters, photographs of magicians and magic performances, publications,
correspondence, and magic society materials. The collection also contains personal
correspondence and photographs of Smith’s life in Providence, Rhode Island, and
North Attleboro, Massachusetts with his wife Anna Fuller Smith.
The Robert Holbrook Smith ("Dr. Bob") collection, most of which dates from 1936 to 1992, consists of a wide variety of materials, including an extensive selection of books and other printed materials; correspondence; manuscripts; business papers; photographs; certificates, awards and bonds; ephemera; and an assortment of artifacts. These materials are primarily associated with Robert Holbrook Smith and the organization he founded with William G. Wilson, Alcoholics Anonymous. It also includes materials associated with William G. Wilson; Anne Ripley Smith and Lois Burnham Wilson, the respective spouses of Smith and Wilson; and other family members, friends and AA associates.
Frank M. Snyder (1926-2017) is a career naval officer
who worked as a Professor and Professor Emeritus at the U.S. Naval War College. His
papers include articles, research materials, speeches and lectures, audio and video
cassette tapes, photographs, and scrapbooks relating to Snyder’s naval and
professional academic career.
Naval War College (U.S.). Naval Historical Collection
The documents in this collection where created by or relate to neo-fascist organizations in Spain just prior to and after the death of Generalissimo Francisco Franco. The organizations include: Accion Social Corporativa Española (ASCE), Alianza Nacional, Frente Nacional, Fuerza Nueva, Fuerza Nacional del Trabajo, Falangistas Espanolas de las JONS, Union Nacional and many others. It is comprised of approximately 175+ photographs, most color, 55 in large format (17.5 x 23.5 cm), the rest approximately 10 x 15 cm, some with captions on the verso identifying places and dates; 150+ documents includes serials, pamphlets, small flyers, broadsides, posters, correspondence, and 20 pieces of foreigh ephemera (France, Italy, Germany, United Kingdom, United States of America).
This small collection of materials consists of scattered correspondence; travel brochures, maps, and postcards; memorabilia; printed materials; photographs and photographic slides; ephemera; and various artifacts, including an antique stereoscope with accompanying glass slides. The sum total of this collection offers a glimpse into the social and intellectual life of William A. Spicer, III, a Brown University alumnus and administrator, world traveler, and expert in the care and restoration of clocks. The materials date from 1901 to 2004, with the bulk from the 1960s to 2004.
The Margaret B. Stillwell papers consist of personal papers, personal and
professional correspondence, research materials related to her writings, especially
those used in preparing Incunabula in American Libraries: A Second Census of
Fifteenth-century Books Owned in the United States, Mexico, and Canada; notes and
essays on topics ranging from the Annmary Brown Memorial to the women’s movement,
examples of typefaces used by printers in Europe and the United States, and subject
Vice Admiral James B. Stockdale (1923-2005) was a
highly decorated naval aviator who spent nearly eight years as a prisoner of war
during the Vietnam War. He was the fortieth President of the Naval War College and
after his retirement from the navy he served as President of The Citadel,
Charleston, S.C and was an independent candidate for Vice President of the U.S. in
1992. This collection includes correspondence, photographs, newspaper articles,
speeches, and writings relating to Stockdale’s naval and academic
Naval War Collection (U.S.). Naval Historical Collection
The collection comprises the records of the Department of Theatre Arts, the Committee on Dramatic Productions, the student performance groups Sock and Buskin, Komians, and Brownbrokers. The collection contains correspondence, scripts, audition cards, scrapbooks, programs, and publicity.