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Identifier: R-MC 023

Abstract: The Alan Silver Papers, 1934-1987 comprise the private collection of Rutgers alumnus Alan Silver, relating to his involvement in the Bergel/Hauptmann affair of the 1930's. Silver, a Rutgers student from 1931 to 1935, was instrumental in the formation of the Special Trustees Committee to Investigate the Charges of Lienhard Bergel. This case, involving the alleged firing of a New Jersey College for Women professor for anti-Nazi sympathies, raised doubts about the political alignment of some...
Identifier: MC 1190

Abstract: A lawyer and government official of Bernardsville, Somerset County, New Jersey, Archibald S. Alexander was graduated from Princeton University in 1928 and received a law degree from Harvard University in 1931. He worked for a New York City law firm until 1949, rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel while serving in the U.S. Army during World War II, served as Assistant Secretary of the Army, 1949-1950, and as Under Secretary of the Army, 1950-1952. Among his other activities, he was...
Identifier: R-MC 083

Abstract: The Ardath W. Burks Papers are those maintained and created by Ardath W. Burks, Rutgers University administrator and Professor of Asian Studies. The papers contain material relating to both Burks's personal and public activities. Personal activities relate to his family and home life. His relationship with Japan, manifested in many ways, dominates his public activities; Burks's education, military service, promotion of positive relationships between Japan and the United States, and his...
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: MC 996

Abstract: Dean A. Gallo was a realtor in Morris County, New Jersey. After serving successively in elective offices at the local, county and state levels, he was elected to Congress as a Republican to serve a district that was centered in Morris County. Winning re-election four times, Gallo served New Jersey's 11th Congressional District from January 1985 through his death in November 1994. His Congressional papers (including audio-visual materials and some photographs) span the entire period that he...
Identifier: MC 1464

Abstract: Frank R. Lautenberg (1924-2013) represented New Jersey in the U.S. Senate from 1983 until 2013. He briefly retired at the end of his third term in 2000, but returned to the Senate in 2003. During his time in the Senate, Lautenberg served on the Appropriations Committee and the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, as well as on the Committee on Environment and Public Works. The Lautenberg papers include legislative working files and reference material, correspondence, project...
Identifier: MC 2

Abstract: Harrison A. Williams, Jr. (1919 - 2001) represented New Jersey in the U.S. Senate from 1959 until 1982. He also served in the House of Representatives from 1953 through 1956. A member of the Democratic Party, Williams held leadership positions on the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, the Special Committee on Aging, the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, and the Select Committee on Small Business, among others. The Williams papers consist of legislative working files and...
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...
Identifier: MC 1219

Abstract: The Michi Nakao Collection chiefly contains Nakao's writings and research materials on Sen Katayama, a founding member of both the American and Japanese Communist parties, as well as, in Japan, a pioneer of the socialist movement, a founder of the profession of social work, a leader in the early trade union movement, and the editor of Japan's first labor newspaper. It also includes research materials on other individuals and topics, photographs, correspondence, journals, and memoranda. Most...
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.