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Records of the Peithessophian Society, a student literary group founded at Rutgers College in 1825 for the intellectual broadening of its members. The Society ranged widely in membership size, probably over one hundred by the mid-19th century. It declined in membership after the Civil War, although it continued to exist until the late 1890's. It was revived briefly in the 1920's.
Records of the Philoclean Society of Rutgers College, founded on December 8, 1825, the second of two college literary societies established in the nineteenth century.
The records of the Young Men's Christian Association of Rutgers College are the administrative records of the Association's work at Rutgers from 1876-1926. It contains two ledger books and miscellaneous papers found within its pages. The Association began its work focusing strictly on religious activities but eventually shifted to more secular topics, such as political and social issues. Included in these records are meeting minutes, reports, and membership and officer lists.