Letters of administration
Found in 458 Collections and/or Records:
Contains typed and handwritten correspondence as well as public articles concerning the 1933 jamboree. Inlcudes correspondence with foreign dignitaries, information and suggestions regarding the jamboree, and reports on the jamboree for publication. Dated 1933.
Materials include John K. Kane's official documentation of his appointment as Commissioner between the United States and France. The document is from United States President Andrew Jackson and Secretary of State Edward Livingston. Dated July 14, 1832.
File contains various documents regarding the scout fund. File also includes a detailed finanical record of the fund for the calander year of 1938. File also contains numerous documents concerning a financial appeal organized by the scout movement to garner financial aid. The purpose of the appeal was to secure the financial future of the movement before the death of its founder Baden-Powell. Dated 1938-1939.
File contains letters regarding an appeal for 200,000 pounds to be raised for the scout fund made by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. The monies raised were intended to support boy scouts who were unable to support themselves in their scouting capacaties privately. File also contains documents regarding donations to said fund. Dated 1921.
Contains typed and handwritten correspondence concerning the displays, activites, and entertainment at the 1929 jamboree. Includes suggestions for and updates of displays, memos on the shows and Thanksgiving services, and finished programs for the jamboree. Dated 1929.
Contains typed and handwritten correspondence concerning the future 1929 jamboree. Includes discussion of where to hold the jamboree, of leadership and troops attending, and of finances. Dated 1929.
Collection of general correspondence relating to the Academic Vice President. Dates range from 1968 to 2004.