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Identifier: MC 1247

Abstract: Letters and official documents (1896-1900), relating chiefly to the Spanish-American War; correspondence, notes, texts of speeches, and other papers relating to Frelinghuysen's political career, including papers (1920-1926) relating to coal and oil legislation; political newspaper clippings (1928-1929); records (1924-1936) of Rice Hope Plantation, near Charleston, S.C.; papers and genealogical records relating to the Frelinghuysen family; and personal and political scrapbooks (1889-1945)....
Identifier: Annex Collection #1408

Identifier: MC 1187

Abstract: The Judith K. Brodsky Papers document her professional career as an artist and as an activist. The collection is broken into three thematic subgroups: Judith K. Brodsky, Teaching Files, and Alternative Galleries. Judith K. Brodksy files document her role as activist and advocate for women in the arts. Teaching files document her years teaching at the Mason Gross School of Art, including Art Since the 1960s. Lastly, the Alternative Galleries files contain general information collected by...
Identifier: MC 1507

Scope and Content Note:

Documentation of artwork and writing by New Jersey artist June Julian, spanning the period 1993 to 2022. Arranged chronologically. Document types include publications, a bound dissertation, and web page print-outs. Subjects documented include archaeology, ecology, art education, climate change, technology, and the environment.

Identifier: MC 1097


This collection is comprised of the research materials gathered by J.W. Thornall as he researched the Thornall and allied families. A limited quantity of original family manuscripts and photographs are interfiled with the genealogical gatherings.

Identifier: MC 1410

Abstract: The current-day Laborers' International Union of North America was founded in 1903 and its New Brunswick Local 156 in 1915. Records of the international and local unions detail their history. (Local 156 was disbanded in 2000.) Based on the collection, and his history as a member, vice president and president of Local 156, John Clancy wrote a thesis and later developed an exhibition at Rutgers University Libraries, Who Built New Brunswick? The History of the...
Identifier: R-MC 045


This collection consists of the personal papers and memorabilia of Lane Cooper, scholar, writer, a graduate of Rutgers College (1896) and professor of English language and literature at Cornell University, 1902-1943.

Identifier: R-MC 119

Scope and Content Note: This collection is comprised of memorabilia from Lauren Sinclair Archibald's time as a student at Rutgers College, as a Lieutenant in the US Army during World War I, and as a teacher at the Rutgers School of Agriculture. Among the items collected are several photographs, Rutgers Class Day and Commencement programs, report cards and letters of recommendation, a Field Artillery exam from 1918, a jewelry case containing Archibald's military insignia, and an invitation to attend an address by...
Identifier: MC 1082


Founded in 1920, the League of Women Voters of New Jersey is a non-governmental organization which promotes non-partisan political education and responsible public policy.

Identifier: MC 1204

Abstract: Organizations files pertaining to Robbins' participation in the New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs (materials dated 1920 and 1925-1931), a New Jersey Commission on Rutgers and the State University (materials dated 1928-1930), the New Jersey Committee of the Woman's National Committee for Law Enforcement (materials dated 1926-1932), the New Jersey League of Women Voters (materials dated 1919-1922 and 1937-1942) and the New Jersey State Division of the American Association of...