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 Collection
Identifier: R-MC 123

Abstract: The papers of John K. Medoff document the business, academic, and civic affairs he was involved in throughout his adult life. Medoff began his own pest control business and through it, became highly involved with what became Cook College. Also active in pest control trade organizations, Medoff used his knowledge, savvy, and connections to help influence New Jersey state politicians. Medoff was also very influential in the lives of his neighbors, taking active roles in the local Boy Scouts...
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Identifier: R-MC 119

Scope and Content Note: This collection is comprised of memorabilia from Lauren Sinclair Archibald's time as a student at Rutgers College, as a Lieutenant in the US Army during World War I, and as a teacher at the Rutgers School of Agriculture. Among the items collected are several photographs, Rutgers Class Day and Commencement programs, report cards and letters of recommendation, a Field Artillery exam from 1918, a jewelry case containing Archibald's military insignia, and an invitation to attend an address by...
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Identifier: RG 04/A10

Abstract:

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.

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Identifier: R-MC 139

Abstract:

This collection contains materials about William H. Martin, Dean of the College of Agriculture at Rutgers University from 1939 until his retirement in 1960. The bulk of this collection's records cover the years from 1945 to 1960. The materials include photographs, press releases, newspaper clippings, speeches, and ephemeral matter produced on special occasions. The collection is organized into two series: Series I, Photographic Files, and Series II, Subject Files.