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Identifier: RG 19/A0/01
Abstract: The history of Douglass College, formerly the New Jersey College for Women, as a coordinate college of Rutgers University, is thoroughly documented in the records of the Dean of the College. These records, dating from 1887, include correspondence, memoranda, committee minutes, annual reports, and other records from the administrations of Mabel Smith Douglass (1918-1933), Albert E. Meder, Jr, (acting dean, 1932-1934), Margaret T. Corwin (1934-1955), Mary I. Bunting (1955-1960), Ruth M. Adams...
Identifier: RG 19/A0/02
Abstract: Records generated by the Office of the Dean of Douglass College during the administrations of Margery Somers Foster, Paula P. Brownlee, and Jewel Plummer Cobb, 1965-1981. During this time period Rutgers University witnessed enormous change, much of which had an impact on Douglass College, including the move to turn the previous all-male Rutgers College into a coeducational unit of the university, student protests over civil rights and the Vietnam War, and a major reorganization of Rutgers...
Identifier: R-MC 60
Abstract: The papers of Mabel Smith Douglass document the life and career of a prolific educator, who worked to gain educational equality for women in the early twentieth century. The papers consist of materials accrued during Douglass’ life as a student at Barnard College, as a member of the New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs, and as Dean of the New Jersey College for Women (what would become Douglass College of Rutgers University). The collection dates from 1877 to 1963, with the bulk of...
Identifier: RG 21/A0/04
Abstract: Records generated by the Office of the Dean of Livingston College during the administration of Ernest A. Lynton, 1965-1973. During this time period, Rutgers University concluded that it was in its best interest to found Livingston College in 1969, "with the mission of bringing together a diverse group of students, faculty, and staff in a shared-learning community committed to the pursuit of excellence and academic innovation." In doing so, Rutgers University, "was attempting to respond in a...