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Identifier: R-MC 086

Abstract: Angus Gillespie is an American Studies professor at Rutgers University. He is a folklorist who focuses mainly on myths and legends of the United States. The series in this collection so far contain records related to two of his books: Looking for America on the New Jersey Turnpike (1989) co-authored with Rutgers University professor Michael Rockland, and Twin Towers: The Life of New York City's World Trade Center (1999)....
 Collection
Identifier: R-MC 117

Scope and Content Note: The Lionel Tiger Papers are organized into eight series and consist of twenty cubic feet of material created and collected by Tiger. The collection is housed in twenty cartons and one card file box. The collection spans the years 1958 to 2011. The bulk of the material falls between the 1970s and 1990s during the height of Tiger's professional career. The first series, Biographical and Personal Files, is divided into three subseries: Biographical...
 Collection
Identifier: R-MC 005

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Research notes and reference material compiled by Edmund B. Shotwell for a proposed biography of Henry Rutgers (1745-1830).

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Identifier: RG 29/A1

Abstract: The records of the Rutgers Medical College document the efforts of two prominent New York City physicians in their attempts to secure an academic sponsorship of medical education during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. On three different occasions Queen's College and Rutgers College were solicited to grant degrees to students studying medicine at institutions geographically located in New York City. Concerns of competition with existing medical schools, ability to license...