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Identifier: GA 12


This collection consists of twenty three etchings and a lithograph by Bernarda Bryson Shahn.

Identifier: MC 1412


This collection contains the administrative papers of the women's art gallery, Center/Gallery. The folders contain the newsletters, calendars, meeting minutes, bylaws, budgets, and grant seeking applications of the organization. A significant portion of the collection contains newspaper clippings, flyers, and advertisements for the various exhibits, workshops, and sales held there. A limited amount of photographs are available for specific events.

Identifier: GA 14


The collection represents a selection of Clare Romano’s artistic production, consisting of twenty one works, including 12 collagraph prints, 7 paintings and drawings, and 2 three-dimensional sculptures. There is also a small amount of archival material, including correspondence and sketches.

Identifier: MC 656

Abstract: Biographical files, 1949-1972; daily schedules, 1955-1978; visitors' registers, 1955-1978; speeches, testimony, and published articles, 1947-1977; Congressional Record remarks, 1955-1976; radio and television transcripts and releases, 1945-1978, sometimes accompanied by Edison discs; radio and television recordings, 1945-1978, including audiotape, phonograph records, cine film and videotape; photographs (primarily black-and-white), 1947-1978, including a partial index by name, category of...
Identifier: MC 1400


The Contemporary Women Artists Files contain various materials on over 2200 women artists active in the United States.

Identifier: RG 19/A0/01

Abstract: The history of Douglass College, formerly the New Jersey College for Women, as a coordinate college of Rutgers University, is thoroughly documented in the records of the Dean of the College. These records, dating from 1887, include correspondence, memoranda, committee minutes, annual reports, and other records from the administrations of Mabel Smith Douglass (1918-1933), Albert E. Meder, Jr, (acting dean, 1932-1934), Margaret T. Corwin (1934-1955), Mary I. Bunting (1955-1960), Ruth M. Adams...
Identifier: RG 19/A0/02

Abstract: Records generated by the Office of the Dean of Douglass College during the administrations of Margery Somers Foster, Paula P. Brownlee, and Jewel Plummer Cobb, 1965-1981. During this time period Rutgers University witnessed enormous change, much of which had an impact on Douglass College, including the move to turn the previous all-male Rutgers College into a coeducational unit of the university, student protests over civil rights and the Vietnam War, and a major reorganization of Rutgers...
Identifier: MC 1478


This collection consists of the correspondence and personal papers of Diane Burko, a Philadelphia-based painter and photographer. The collection documents Burko's work as an artist, her tenure as a professor, and activity in local and national art organizations.

Identifier: R-MC 079


A longtime resident of New Brunswick, N.J., Elizabeth Wyckoff Durham was a member of the first class to attend the New Jersey College for Women in Rutgers University, graduating in 1922. She devoted the remainder of her professional life serving the alumni of Rutgers, including a long tenure as editor of the Rutgers Alumni Monthly. Her papers span the years 1867 to 2003 and document her life as well as that of her family.

Identifier: MC 1213

Abstract: The Faith Ringgold Collection reflects many aspects of its creator's experiences as a teacher, artist, consultant, and curator. It consists primarily of documentation of Ringgold's August 1998 curriculum vitae (CV) and includes a selection of publications by and about the artist plus catalogs and promotional materials from solo, performance, and group exhibitions. Documents reflecting Ringgold's lectures, work-related correspondence, participation in conferences, programs, panels, television...