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St. Luke's Episcopal Church (Fairport, N.Y.)
Records collected by Committee Chairman, Thomas Nesbit. Meeting minutes, financial reports, committee correspondence, architect correspondence, construction specifications, architectural drawings and other material related to the design and construction of a proposed new Episcopal church in Fairport, N.Y.
Stone family.
Letter to Stone from his godson requesting books, 1789; copy of Asaph Stone's will, 1853; legal correspondence of William, Frederick, and Michael Stone, attorneys; and an 1836 letter from Michael Stone to Mary E. Jenks of Boston. Also receipts and legal papers.
Powers, Jack E.
The Stone Soup/Jack Powers Collection primarily contains 28 cartons of videocassettes (VHS) containing raw and edited Stone Soup poetry readings and events. Collection also contains manuscript material of Jack Powers, business records and meeting minutes for Stone Soup, flyers for Stone Soup and Beacon Hill Free School, correspondence, and newspaper clippings. Four John Wieners readings have been digitized.
The collection contains correspondence between Alexander Gode von Aesch (Oesch) and Albert Einstein, Thomas Mann, Hans Speier, Manfred George, and others, 1940-1968, manuscripts of works by Fritz von Unruh, Friderike Zweig, and others, reviews and publicity materials pertaining to books published, contracts, and financial records. Storm Publishers was located in New York City.
The Street Academy formed in 1970 as a partnership between the Albany Chapter of the Urban League and a group of nuns from the Kenwood Academy of the Sacred Heart. This collection includes photo albums, VHS tapes, yearbooks, commencement programs, building plans, a history of the school, newspaper clippings, a collection of student writings, slides, a plaque, and certificates.