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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,...
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Identifier: R-MC 020

Abstract: The Rutgers Grass Roots - Progressive Activist Files span the period 1921 to 1993, inclusive, while the bulk of the collection covers the years 1979-1993 and comprise the records of two student activists, Sue Kozel and Chris Berzinski, who continued their activist involvement after graduating from the University. Most of the files in the collection were created by Kozel and Berzinski as they became involved in numerous protest issues at Rutgers University. This collection is comprised...