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Identifier: MC 668

Abstract: Constitution and by-laws, undated; minutes, Julyy 1959-Junee 1970, October 1971 and Julyy 1978-May 1979 (with index, 1958-1970), of board of trustees' meetings; minutes, Julyy 1958-March 1971 and Februaryruary 1979, of membership meetings; membership lists, 1967/68 and 1986; newsletters, 1966, 1973-1977 and 1980-1983; calendars, 1963/64 and 1986/87; records, 1958-1982, of the sisterhood; and cumulative record cards, 1958-1969, of the Hebrew school. Records of the sisterhood consist of...
Identifier: MC 1482

Abstract: Joan Arbeiter is an artist, author, and curator, focusing on women in the arts. Arbeiter was educated at Douglass College and the New York Feminist Art Institute, where she took the Visual Diaries Class. Because of NYFAI, Arbeiter became involved in the Women's Art Movement by joining the Women's Caucus for Art, exhibiting and curating at Ceres Gallery, and co-writing the book Lives and Works: Talks with Women Artists which was published in 1999. The collection...
Identifier: GB 2

Scope and Content Note: This collection primarily consists of proofs and prints of wood engravings by DePol. Also included are etchings, paintings, correspondence, exhibition announcements, miscellaneous documents, woodblocks and ephemera, as well as publications and other texts that feature his work or were collected by DePol. Other material related to John DePol is held in Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University, and can be found in the library catalog or in the ...
Identifier: GA 15


The collection consists of 273 works, including 206 prints, 52 drawings and 15 printing plates and blocks. As an artist, John Ross explored subjects ranging from daily life in a city to landscapes, abstract images and fantastical cityscapes through the media of ink drawings, collagraphs, woodcuts, lithographs and etchings. This collection provides a cross section of the artist’s body of work, focusing primarily on collagraphs, woodcuts and drawings.

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Identifier: MC 856

Abstract: The Perrine Papers is a collection of documents encompassing personal and official papers of New Jersey Quartermaster General Lewis Perrine, Sr. and his family. The collection is made up of official records concerning the 1881 centennial celebration of the Battle at Yorktown. The collection contains Lewis Perrine's personal correspondence, as well as professional correspondence, not associated with the celebration at Yorktown. The estate papers of John Perrine, Jr. of which Lewis was an...
Identifier: GA 10

Abstract: The collection consists of 355 wood engraving blocks by Lynd Ward, including 233 blocks from his wordless novel Vertigo, 9 from Ward's illustrations for Frankenstein, 77 related to a wordless novel that remained unfinished at Ward's death and 36 miscellaneous blocks. These blocks are accompanied by eight prints, four of which correspond to images in Vertigo as it was published and five which...
Identifier: MC 1483

Abstract: Mary Bartlett Cowdrey (1910-1974) was an art historian, curator, writer, and lecturer. She graduated from the New Jersey College for Women (later Douglass College) in 1933. She worked in various museums including the Newark Museum, the Brooklyn Museum, and as associate director of the Smith College Museum of Art. She specialized in American Art from the 19th century. Included in her papers are correspondence, published writings, scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, and items she collected. Of...
Identifier: GB 7A


This collection encompasses artists' books and examples of fine printing and binding, all executed in a miniature format.

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Identifier: MC 971

Abstract: From the records in the collection, consisting of 5 and one-half manuscript boxes which span from 1965-1978, definite dates of the activity and existence of NCI are unclear; the first recorded date of its activity is May, 1972, with the placement of the New York Times ad and the last recorded date of activity is the 1977 court case of NCI vs. Nixon and Ford. The bulk of the material is from 1972, which appears to be the only...
Identifier: NJ004


The New Brunswick Music Scene Archive documents the rock music scene in New Brunswick, New Jersey from 1981 to present. The collection is comprised of flyers, set lists, publications, press clippings, ephemera and sound recordings relating to shows and bands who were based in New Brunswick. The collection also contains information about the founding of the archive in 2015 and includes press clippings and flyers from events.