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New Brunswick Special Collections 275
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 Collection
Identifier: Ac. 2563

Abstract:

Minutes of meetings of trustees and official board (1901-1935), and registers of pastors (1891-1936), including members (1891-1936), probationers (1891-1910, 1914-1932), baptisms (1895-1936), and marriages (1892-1936).

 Collection
Identifier: R-MC 034

Abstract:

Carleton C. Dilatush graduated from Rutgers College in 1940. The papers in this collection reflect his active participation in Rutgers life and activities as both a student and an alumnus. Other documents and photos pertain to his World War II experiences and his employment with the Armstrong Cork Company. This collection includes correspondence, certificates, photographs, and artifacts.

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1406

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1459

Abstract:

The Carol Hamoy Papers chiefly contain the visual artist's documentation of her artwork, correspondence with curators and art institutions, photographs of her artwork, and various publications her work was included in.

 Record Group
Identifier: RG 39/A2a

Abstract: The records described in this inventory are those of the Centenial Football Game Committee from 1967 to 1971. The Cetennial Football Game Committee was formed by the Rutgers University Athletic Deparment to have planning oversight for the September 1969 centennial football game between Rutgers University and Princeton University. These records relate primarily to the planning logistics surrounding the game and other events that took place during that weekend in commemoration of the first...
 Collection
Identifier: MC 1412

Abstract:

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.

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1519

Abstract:

Ceres Gallery is a feminist, not-for-profit, alternative gallery located at 47 West 27th Street in New York City, dedicated to the promotion of contemporary women in the arts. These records document the history of the gallery from its foundation in 1984 to 2019 including documentation of the operation of the gallery, individual members, exhibitions, events, and anniversary celebrations.

 Collection
Identifier: MC 966

Abstract:

The Charity Organization Society was founded in 1884, no unprinted documents survive before 1910. This collection consists of Annual Reports, Cash books, Ledgers, Subscriptions books and lists, and Vouchers for payment, the latter dating from 1910 to 1928.

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1104

Abstract:

A preservation architect based in Plainfield, New Jersey, Charles H. Detwiller, Jr., documented and restored numerous historic structures in central and northern New Jersey.