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Identifier: R-MC 076

Abstract: The Papers of Douglas L. McCabe encompass his experiences as a US Army officer in World War II, from his days at Rutgers University in the ROTC and ASTP to his service at the Port of Manila as a pier officer and Chief of the port Checker Section. The collection includes orders and reports from his service at the Port of Manila, which deal with logistical issues and theft from the docks, eight copies of the Daily Pacifican , a newspaper published by the US...
Identifier: R-MC 137

Abstract: A student at Rutgers University in 1940, Franklyn Johnson was involved in myriad organizations and groups on campus in addition to becoming a captain in the Rutgers ROTC in 1942. Shortly after completing his training, Johnson joined the famed Big Red One 1st Infantry Division overseas where he saw combat in Algeria, Tunisia, and Sicily before landing with the first wave on Omaha Beach in the invasion of Normandy. Eventually being wounded and captured behind enemy lines, Johnsons spent...
Identifier: R-MC 132

Abstract: This collection consists of correspondence related to Gerald N. Grob. The bulk of the correspondence covers Grob's career as a professor, author, editor and historian at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts and Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Most of the documents are typed or handwritten letters, including both originals and copies, as well as memoranda. Additional items include newspaper clippings, reports, telegrams, placards, application and contract forms,...
Identifier: R-MC 138


A veteran of 9th Infantry Division, Harold M. Bruskin fought and worked as a radio operator throughout the European, African, and Middle Eastern theaters until he was injured on the Normandy front on July 25, 1944. Bruskin was ultimately awarded a Silver Star, a Bronze Star, a Purple Heart, and a European-African-Middle Eastern (EAME) medal for his service. This collection consists of a large scrapbook featuring correspondence, photographs, clippings, paper money, and ephemera.

Identifier: R-MC 027


The letters of Jacob R. Van Arsdale include two letters to Jacob's father Isaac, from Jacob's uncle Henry Van Arsdale, on the subject of Jacob's entry into Rutgers College, and one letter to Isaac Van Arsdale from Peter J. Nevius. The remaining correspondence consists of letters from Jacob to his father while a student at both Rutgers College and New Brunswick Theological Seminary and during the initial years of his pastoral ministry.

Identifier: R-MC 117

Scope and Content Note: The Lionel Tiger Papers are organized into eight series and consist of twenty cubic feet of material created and collected by Tiger. The collection is housed in twenty cartons and one card file box. The collection spans the years 1958 to 2011. The bulk of the material falls between the 1970s and 1990s during the height of Tiger's professional career. The first series, Biographical and Personal Files, is divided into three subseries: Biographical...
Identifier: R-MC 005


Research notes and reference material compiled by Edmund B. Shotwell for a proposed biography of Henry Rutgers (1745-1830).

Identifier: R-MC 050

Abstract: The papers of Richard P. McCormick document the career of a prolific scholar, educator, and college administrator. The papers consist of materials accrued during his life as a historian of the United States, New Jersey, and Rutgers University, and his academic and administrative career at Rutgers University. The collection dates from 1929 to 2003, with the bulk of the material from the period between 1940 and 1997. The records are contained in eighteen series: I. Biographical/Personal, II....
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Identifier: RG 23/N


These records chronicle the administrative career of Irving S. Upson, who from 1890-1915 took on various roles within Rutgers College. These roles include that of the first university registrar, secretary, and treasurer, as well as college librarian. These roles saw the development of various other offices present in the university today, including alumni relations and the financial office of the Athletic Association.

Identifier: RG 04/A10


The records and papers of Austin Scott, 1865-1927 (bulk, 1871-1922) consist of records from his presidency of Rutgers College and personal papers, including his notes from graduate history study in Germany.