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Rutgers University—History 3
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Education, Higher—New Jersey—New Brunswick 2
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Fort Benning (Ga.) 2
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New Brunswick (N.J.)--History 2
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Oran (Algeria) 2
Paris (France) 2
Politics and education--New Jersey--History--20th Century 2
Race Relations 2
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Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J. 2
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State universities and colleges--New Jersey. 2
Student Movements 2
Taiwan 2
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World War, 1939-1945--New Jersey. 2
World War, 1939-1945--Veterans--New Jersey. 2
World War, 1939-1945—Campaigns--Algeria 2
Young Men--New Jersey--New Brunswick. 2
Estreno Collection of contemporary Spanish plays. 1
Estreno studies in contemporary Spanish theater. 1
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 Sub-Series
Identifier: RG 48/I2

Abstract: The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at Rutgers University (referred to as the Rutgers Hillel Foundation or Hillel) was founded by the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation in 1943. The Rutgers Hillel Foundation is a non-profit organization, with a non-sectarian membership policy. The Rutgers Hillel Foundation is presently located at 93 College Avenue. It describes its purpose in the University community as providing focus and facilities for the Jewish students of Rutgers University, at the same time...
 Collection
Identifier: R-MC 121

Abstract: The Byron Hopewell - Peace Corps Papers contain Byron Hopewell's class notes from the first Peace Corps training program held at Rutgers University from June 25, 1961 to August 18, 1961 and articles and publications on the first Peace Corps class. It also contains a letter to Robert Sargent Shriver (Director of the Peace Corps) about the need for the volunteers in the field to have representation to communicate with directors and administration; this is further discussed in the Peace Corps...
 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.

 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: R-MC-042

Abstract: Charles Huntington Whitman was born in Abbot Maine in 1873. Graduated from Colby College as an undergraduate in 1897 he received his Ph.D . From Yale in 1900. After serving as an instructor and assistant professor in English at Lehigh University from 1900-1906, he came to Rutgers. In 1911 he gained full professorship of English Language and Literature and also became head of the Rutgers College English Department. Whitman’s papers consist of 10 folders in one half-sized manuscript...
 Record Group
Identifier: R-MC 070

Abstract: The Conference on Literature and the Urban Experience (hereafter referred to as "CLUE"), took place on April 17, 18, and 19, 1980, in the Robeson Center, Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey. It featured more than 50 distinguished writers and academics discussing a wide range of topics—"literature, theater, film, education, and the visual arts" focusing on the theme of urban experience. Designed as an educational experiment intended to engage a larger, public audience, CLUE intended to...
 Collection
Identifier: R-MC 075

Abstract: This collection consists of documents pertaining to Crandon F. Clark's studies at the Biarritz American University (BAU), an institution established by the US Army for the education of GIs during the occupation of Europe, in the Fall-Winter of 1945. The majority of items in this collection are newspapers or newspaper clippings, primarily US Army or BAU publications. Other items include course materials, a press release, a map of Biarritz, the BAU yearbook and commencement program, a 1998...
 Collection
Identifier: R-MC 029

Abstract:

A small collection of letters written to David D. Demarest, eight of which are from Joseph P. Bradley (Rutgers College, Class of 1836), later a Supreme Court Justice, when Demarest was at New Brunswick Seminary, 1837-1839, and one letter from Theodore Frelinghuysen, President of Rutgers College, 1850.

 Sub-Group
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...
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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...