Skip to main content Skip to search results

Showing Collections: 11 - 20 of 21

Filtered By

  • Repository: Rutgers University Archives X

Filter Results

Additional filters

Subject
Rutgers College -- Students 3
Scrapbooks 3
Rutgers University—History 2
World War, 1939-1945. 2
Agricultural fertilizers 1
∨ more
Alfred University -- Department of Physics 1
American Association of Physics Teachers 1
American Association of University Professors 1
American Physical Society 1
American Physics Teacher 1
Architecture, American 1
Architecture, European 1
Architecture, Georgian 1
Architecture, Gothic 1
Astronomy 1
Ball-force Registers 1
Baltimore (M.D.) 1
Chilean nitrate 1
Clergy -- United States 1
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 1
College Farm (New Brunswick, NJ) -- Finances 1
College Farm (New Brunswick, NJ) -- History 1
College publications. 1
Foreign relations 1
Fourth of July orations 1
Geometry 1
Golfometers 1
Grading and marking (Students) 1
History -- Study and Teaching. 1
Indoor Golf machine 1
Mathematics 1
Mathematics -- Study and Teaching 1
Mathematics -- Study and teaching -- 19th century 1
Natural history in Numismatics. 1
Natural history. Catalogs and collections. 1
New Brunswick (N.J.) 1
New Brunswick Scientific Society 1
New Jersey -- Constitution -- History 1
New Jersey College for Women 1
New York (N.Y.) 1
New York University -- Faculty -- 19th century. 1
New York University. Curricula -- 19th century. 1
Palestine Lodge of F. amd A.M. 1
Phi Beta Kappa 1
Photographs 1
Physics -- Studying and Teaching 1
Pi Kappa Alpha 1
Point Pleasant (N.J.) 1
Politics -- New Brunswick (N.J.) 1
Princeton University 1
Rutgers -- Funding -- Ceramics Bill 1
Rutgers College 1
Rutgers College -- Departments 1
Rutgers College -- Faculty -- English 1
Rutgers College -- Publications -- Targum 1
Rutgers College -- Student life and customs -- 19th century 1
Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J. 1
Rutgers University—Administration 1
School Science and Mathematics 1
Sigma Xi 1
St. Bartholomew (West Indies) 1
St. Thomas (West Indies) 1
Stanisco-Pratt-Rutgers Derrick 1
Students -- Social life and customs -- New Jersey -- 19th Century 1
The Journal of the Franklin Institute 1
United States. Coast Guard. 1
Universities and Colleges -- Finances 1
University and colleges -- Curricula -- 19th century 1
Women Education 1
Women Suffrage 1
Women college graduates 1
World War, 1939-1945 -- Naval operations 1
World War, 1939-1945 -- Veterans -- New Jersey. 1
∧ less
 
 Collection
Identifier: R-MC 026

Abstract:

John Forsyth graduate from Rutgers College in 1829. His papers consists of three folders of letters and speeches, 1834-1862. Folder one contains letters written to Rev. John Forsyth from parishioners and colleagues, 1834-1862. Folder two contains seven hand-written speeches, apparently by Forsyth, beginning in 1844. Folder three contains three letters written to and from relatives of John Forsyth, 1834-1841.

 Collection
Identifier: R-MC-133

Scope and Contents: These scrapbooks were assembled by Kenneth R. Wheeler and consist primarily of news clippings, but also photographs and other ephemera. The collection documents Wheeler’s administrative career at Rutgers, beginning with his arrival in 1969 to become the new Dean of University College, as Provost of Academic Affairs (1972-1987), and as Senior Vice-President of Academic Affairs (1987-1991). A major theme is Wheeler’s role in shaping the academic reorganization of Rutgers culminating with the...
 Collection
Identifier: R-MC-036

Scope and Content note: This collection is composed of Herbert Bilus’s letters to his parents and his sister Shirley and brother-in-law Ed Neuman during his service in World War II. There is one box in the collection containing four folders which cover, respectively, 1942 to September 1943, October 1943 to December 1943, January 1944 to May 1944, and June 1944 to October 1944. The letters are written on regular stationary, as well as on V-mail. His letters mostly contain reassurances to his family and comments...
 Sub-Group
Identifier: RG-18-A3-01

Scope and Content Note: The records of the College Farm reflects its history with some important primary materials, such as Indenture draft; College Farm Superintendent Reports (1896-1912), including the report of 1906-1907 that contains a special part as historical recall of College farm since 1896; letters to Head of the Farm; and a History of Ownership of College Farm (1707-1928). Also included in the records are those that pertain to the financial affairs during the early history of college farm, such as...
 Record Group
Identifier: RG-48-B1

Abstract:

Founded in 1857 by a group of interested students, the Natural History Society of Rutgers College enjoyed a short but active life under the direction of Professor George Cook. The records include founding documents such as the society's constitution, minutes, catalogs of donations to the society, bulletins , correspondence from honorary and corresponding members, financial records, and newspaper and other accounts of the society's activities.

 Collection
Identifier: Ac-120

Scope and Content Note:

Records of financial transactions for Queen's College, 1813-1824; Rutgers College, 1825-1924; and Rutgers University 1925-1935.

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-23-C7m-03

 Collection
Identifier: Buildiings and Grounds Collection

 Collection
Identifier: R-MC-124

Scope and Content: This extensive collection contains newspaper clippings, pamphlets, flyers, photographs and letters. It is the product of a converted library vertical file and was not previously collected by any one sole entity. The content spans decades of student activism and unrest from 1922 until the 1980s with most of the focus on the 1960s and 1970s. Each box of this collection is its own series as follows: I. Organized Protests, 1922-1975; II. Student Activism Groups, 1963-1977; III....
 File
Identifier: R-MC-128

Scope and Content Note:

This collection dates from 1860 to 1947, consisting of various documents relating to William Christian Miller Sr. and William Christian Miller Jr. It includes a scrapbook, mostly of newspaper articles, beginning in 1979, pamphlets from Rutgers events such as the Rutgers Glee Club concert of 1881, Inter Society Debate program, Commencement week 1926, photographs from school dances, as well as several diplomas.