Bernard Greensfelder Ephemera Collection

Accession Number: SC 13:04
Location: RB-M
Dates: 1924-1949
Size: 1 slim Hollinger; 0.10 cubic feet
Creator/Collector: Bernard Greensfelder
Acquisition info: Donated to SLPL
Accruals: No accruals expected
Custodial history: Donated to SLPL
Language: English
Processed by: Renee Jones, December 2013
Conservation notes: Placed in acid-free folders
Scope and Content: The collection contains newspaper clippings, stamps, and assorted travel pamphlets, postcards and ephemera collected by Mr. Greensfelder.
Arrangement: Collection organized by format
Restrictions: No restrictions
Remarks: No remarks

Bernard Greensfelder Ephemera Collection
1924-1949
1 slim Hollinger; 0.10 cubic feet

Box/Folder Description
1/1 Finding Aid
  Newspaper clippings about St. Louis authors by Greensfelder
1/1

Kirkwood woman to read prize poems, Globe-Democrat 11/13/32

St. Louis writers not appreciated, Dr. De Menil says, Star 11/7/24

St. Louis authors, Dr. Alexander N. De Menil, includes photograph, Times 12/10/24

Funeral of St. Louis author, art critic held yesterday, photograph 6/10/26

  Newspaper clippings about Greensfelder
1/2

UNESCO ‘preacher’ says it is a ‘labor of love’, Santa Barbara Press News 8/3/37

Retired attorney to give ‘peace talk’ here tomorrow, Santa Barbara News Press 8/12/37

St. Louisan finds European nations obsessed by fear, 1938

St. Louisan gets Corrigan autograph, 1938

St. Louis UNESCO

head urges forming unit here, Atlantic City Press 8/25/50 (2 copies)

  Greensfelder stamps
1/3

Unused unmarked United States stamps, "Security, Education, Conservation, Health for Defense," (6 stamps)

Cancelled British stamp, London July 12, 1949 (1 stamp)

  Greensfelder U.S. travel
1/4

The Baker Hotel: the South’s finest resort hotel, Mineral Wells, Texas (1 pamphlet)

Gulf Beach Hotel, Sarasota, Florida on the Gulf of Mexico (1 pamphlet)

Columbia, the gem of Spanish restaurant’s "El Patio" menu, Tampa, Florida (1 pamphlet)

Webb’s, the world’s most unusual drug store, "Florida’s greatest showplace it’s more fun than a circus", St. Petersburg, Florida (1 pamphlet)

Oceanhouse, luxury hotel, Santa Monica, California (1 pamphlet)

Your Daylight Trip, morning daylight, map and schedule Southern Pacific Company (2 pamphlets)

  Greensfelder U.S. travel coasters and napkins
1/5

"Top of the Mark" Hotel Mark Hopkins San Francisco (2 paper drink coasters)

"Famous" Louis Pappas Riverside Café & Cocktail Lounge, Tarpon Springs, Florida (1 paper cocktail napkin)

The Beachcomber dining room and cocktail lounge, Clearwater Florida (1 cocktail napkin)

Sip a tup of tea, Santa Barbara, California (2 small and 1 large cocktail napkin)

  Greensfelder Canadian travels
1/6 Canadian Pacific, Abstract log, R.M.S. "Empress of France" menu for Tuesday, August 14, 1923 (1 pamphlet)
  Greensfelder Amsterdam postcards
1/7

Romantic Amsterdam, tavern Jan van der Heyden (2 postcards)

Romantic Amsterdam, tavern D’Leuwenburgh (2 postcards)

Romantic Grills in Amsterdam-Holland (1 postcard)

Chophouse "Mother Hendrien" (1 postcard)

Wine House "The Five Flies" (1 postcard)

Wynhuys "D’vijff Vliegen" (1 postcard)

Café-Restaurant "LIDO" Bar-Terras (1 postcard)

  Greensfelder European travel
1/8

Anghor Vat, March 1936 (1 pamphlet)

Casina Valadier Pincio-Roma (1 pamphlet)

Tenth Sokol Congress, Prague Czechoslovakia, the cultural event of 1938, June-July 1938 (1 pamphlet)

Budapest Spa (1 pamphlet)

La Grand’Place De Bruxelles, 1950 (1 pamphlet)

The Hospital of Robert Earl of Leycester (1 pamphlet)

Dubrovnik, winter health and sea bathing resort in South Dalmatia-Yugoslavia, 1929 (1 pamphlet)

Notes on Famous Churches and Abbeys, The Cathedral Church of St. Patrick Dublin (1 pamphlet)

Nord Deutscher Lloyd Bremen, Souvenir Log (1 pamphlet)

How to See Istanbul (1 pamphlet)

ABC Weekly News, The American Businessmen’s Club Amsterdam, Second special tourist ed. No. 82 August 5th 1949

The International Labour Organisation, Constitution Objects Results, Geneva 1931 (1 pamphlet)

The International Labour Organisation, Governments Employers Workers, Geneva 1932 (1 pamphlet)

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