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Identifier: R-MC 066

Abstract: Papers of Pamela Spence Richards, Professor of Library Studies at Rutgers University from 1977 until her death in 1999. The collection consists of publications, reports, reprints of published materials, and correspondence. The papers also document Pamela Richards' service to Rutgers University as chair of the Library and Information Science (LIS) Search Committee, the LIS Scholarship Committee, the LIS Budget Committee and the Curriculum Committee. Works and papers in the collection...
Identifier: MC 1468

Abstract: The Reba Snapp Ryder Missionary Collection details the lives and services of Reba Snapp Ryder and her husband, Stephen Ryder, as missionaries in Japan in the early 20th century. It primarily contains correspondence dating between 1911 and 1932 between Reba Snapp Ryder and her parents, as well as a handful between Stephen Ryder and his parents-in-law, and their daughter, Elizabeth Ryder, to her grandmother. Additional materials include photographs, postcards, a diary, paper currency, a fabric...
Identifier: R-MC 080

Abstract: The Stephen S. Chang Papers document the extensive scientific research accomplishments of the former chair of the Food Science department at Cook College, Rutgers University. The collection consists of documents ranging in date from 1933 to 2001. The bulk of documents found in the collection were created from 1960 to 1988. Dr. Chang's research and business dealings with the American Lecithin Company, Kabi Vitrum, Pharmacia and the Lever Brothers companies comprise a significant portion of...
Identifier: Ac. 3133

Abstract: Theodore Stanton, 1851-1925. American author, editor, journalist and publisher, active in Paris, France, 1878-1925. Greatly influenced by both parents, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Henry Brewster Stanton; continued their causes through the press of Europe and America. He spoke for international issues surrounding the equality of women. The fact that women artists were banned from inclusion in the recognized institutions of the day resulted in inequality of press coverage. From 1883, Stanton found...