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Identifier: NJ006


This collection includes various types of greeting cards, including holiday, birthday, get well soon, graduation, and confirmation cards. Most cards are in English, but a few are in German or an undetermined Asian language. The dates on these cards range from the early 1910s to the mid to late 1960s. Some cards are undated.

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Identifier: R-MC 044


This collection consist mainly of fictional juvenile literature by Earl Reed Silvers, but also includes biographical information such as images and correspondences. The writings on Silvers include unpublished undated manuscripts, galley proofs, and published writings from newspapers and magazines.

Identifier: Annex Collection #3029

Identifier: GB 7B


This collection encompasses books in miniature format that were published before 1925.

Identifier: MC 1002

Abstract: Biographical materials, 1952, 1968-1969, 1987 and undated; diary, January 1, 1928-February 3, 1929, and August 3-28, 1941; "character book, " 1914-1915, filled in by friends; miscellaneous correspondence, 1923-1968 and undated; scattered press clippings, 1922-1963 and undated; three educational certificates, 1918-1923; and school papers, 1913-1922 and undated. Also correspondence, 1968-1970 and undated, received by Lois Morris (an assistant at the Clinton Farms facility) after Mahan's death...
Identifier: MC 1042.1


Committee correspondence (1969-1970, 1975-1980), subject correspondence (1976-1980), project file, press releases, clippings, photos, and other papers.

Identifier: MC 750

Abstract: Papers, including notes and essays, 1924-1928, 1931-1933 and 1940-1944, kept while a student at Wells College and Columbia University; course materials, 1930s-1970, resulting from teaching literature at Douglass College, including syllabi, exams, class assignments, lecture notes and correspondence; writings, 1920s-1970s, primarily relating to literary topics and personalities, such as Virginia Woolf, but also including several items of fiction and an essay describing a two year residence in...
Identifier: MC 579


Papers, among which are correspondence, research notes, and writings. Also family papers. The writings include Kite's autobiography, a monograph entitled "Silas Deane, a Neglected Connecticut Patriot," and materials concerning 1) the Jackson Whites of northern New Jersey, 2) the feeble-minded, and 3) residents of the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Included among the Kite family papers in the collection is an autobiography written by Benjamin Kite (1754-1838).

Identifier: R-MC 089

Abstract: This collection primarily consists of Rutgers University documents and notes and printed material relating to Rutgers. Many of the original Rutgers University documents were housed in the Rutgers University Archives for a number of years. Then they became separated. At some point, perhaps in the 1950s, these documents came into the possession of Elizabeth R. Boyd, who worked in the Rutgers University Library in the 1930s through the 1950s and was the first curator of the Rutgersensia...
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.