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New Brunswick Special Collections 275
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 Collection
Identifier: MC 673

Abstract:

Correspondence with branch presidents and national headquarters, constitutions, bylaws, agenda and minutes of board of directors, annual reports, budgets, resolutions, bulletins, clippings, photos, and printed matter. Most of the records are contained in notebooks covering two year presidential terms.

 Collection
Identifier: MC 725

Abstract:

The records of the AAUW Pequannock Township Branch date from 1967 (the year preceding the branch's founding) to 1983. The documentation is spread rather evenly throughout this time period, though there appears to be a slight concentration of material from 1976.

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1067

Abstract: Organizational histories, 1977 and 1986-1987; by-laws, undated and [1964]-1983 (with gaps), including proposed revisions; minutes, 1967-1969, of board meetings; minutes, 1967-1969, 1977-1980 and 1993-1995 (incomplete), of membership meetings; annual reports, 1939/40-1984/1985, which vary in content; directories, 1939/40-1940/41, 1942/43-1959/60 and 1961/62-1995/96, containing annual lists of officers, members and scheduled programs; newsletters, 1953-1991; budgets, 1949/50-1982/83;...
 Collection
Identifier: MC 655

Abstract: The records of the American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service (ACVAFS) consist of board of directors' minutes and memoranda, 1944-1984, together with administrative files; executive committee minutes and memoranda, 1943-1981; the board's membership and finance committee records; position papers and testimony, 1942-1983; a mimeograph chrono file, 1944-1977; publications; correspondence files relating to member agencies, non-member agencies and individuals; files concerning...
 Collection
Identifier: Ac. 2245

Abstract:

General office files (1947-1956), election campaigns file (1948, 1950, 1952, 1954), county organizations file (1949-1953), financial records (1947-1956), and miscellaneous records.

 Collection
Identifier: MC 080

Abstract:

The collection includes music, clippings, programs, correspondence, photographs, legal documents, promotional materials, awards, digital media, artwork and realia documenting the professional and personal life of jazz pianist and composer Andrew Hill.

 Collection
Identifier: MC 670

Abstract: The bulk of the collection covers the period 1974-1982 when Maguire was a U.S. Congressman from the Seventh District of New Jersey (northwestern part of Bergen County). Strongly represented are his legislative activities regarding health and environment, with lesser representation of issues like energy policy, Congressional reform (Rep. Robert L. Sikes), South Africa, and senior citizens' rights. Local New Jersey issues represented include the extension of route I-287, closure of a Ford...
 Series
Identifier: R-MC 086

Abstract: Angus Gillespie is an American Studies professor at Rutgers University. He is a folklorist who focuses mainly on myths and legends of the United States. The series in this collection so far contain records related to two of his books: Looking for America on the New Jersey Turnpike (1989) co-authored with Rutgers University professor Michael Rockland, and Twin Towers: The Life of New York City's World Trade Center (1999)....
 Collection
Identifier: MC 1190

Abstract: A lawyer and government official of Bernardsville, Somerset County, New Jersey, Archibald S. Alexander was graduated from Princeton University in 1928 and received a law degree from Harvard University in 1931. He worked for a New York City law firm until 1949, rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel while serving in the U.S. Army during World War II, served as Assistant Secretary of the Army, 1949-1950, and as Under Secretary of the Army, 1950-1952. Among his other activities, he was...