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Identifier: MC 656

Abstract: Biographical files, 1949-1972; daily schedules, 1955-1978; visitors' registers, 1955-1978; speeches, testimony, and published articles, 1947-1977; Congressional Record remarks, 1955-1976; radio and television transcripts and releases, 1945-1978, sometimes accompanied by Edison discs; radio and television recordings, 1945-1978, including audiotape, phonograph records, cine film and videotape; photographs (primarily black-and-white), 1947-1978, including a partial index by name, category of...
Identifier: R-MC 029


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.

Identifier: MC 1414

Scope and Content Note: The Drasin Family Papers consist of approximately 1.75 cubic feet of material, including 1 manuscript box, 1 phase box, 2 newspaper boxes, and 3 photograph boxes, spanning the period 1900–1999. They comprise the personal records of the Drasin family, documenting the family's history from the early twentieth century until the late twentieth century. They also include records of Jersey Homesteads, Roosevelt, and Jersey Homesteads and Roosevelt residents. The Drasin Family Papers...
Identifier: MC 1418


The Janet Indick Papers document Indick's career as a New Jersey painter and sculptor. They contain records relating to awards, fellowships, exhibitions, donation and sale of artworks, publicity and press materials, and artistic organizations. Types of materials include correspondence, exhibition catalogs, applications, donation agreements, fliers, pamphlets, postcards, newsletters, and magazines. The collection highlights Indick's identity as a Jewish artist and as a woman artist.

Identifier: MC 834


Correspondence; administrative files; legislative research files; sponsored and co-sponsored bills; projects files; political and campaign files; financial documents; photographs; press releases; constituent newsletters; and other papers relating to Fenwick's terms in Congress. U.S. foreign relations is among the topics documented in the papers.

Identifier: R-MC 059


The Robert B. Davis Papers contain material relating to Davis's career in mathematics education. The collection is composed of notes, correspondence, e-mail printouts, articles and book chapters, course materials, and trip itineraries. Although most of the material pertains to Davis's professional activities, some documents relate to personal matters.

Identifier: Ac. 3133

Abstract: Theodore Stanton, 1851-1925. American author, editor, journalist and publisher, active in Paris, France, 1878-1925. Greatly influenced by both parents, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Henry Brewster Stanton; continued their causes through the press of Europe and America. He spoke for international issues surrounding the equality of women. The fact that women artists were banned from inclusion in the recognized institutions of the day resulted in inequality of press coverage. From 1883, Stanton found...