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 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...
 Collection
Identifier: R-MC 099

 Collection
Identifier: R-MC-079

Abstract:

A longtime resident of New Brunswick, N.J., Elizabeth Wyckoff Durham was a member of the first class to attend the New Jersey College for Women in Rutgers University, graduating in 1922. She devoted the remainder of her professional life serving the alumni of Rutgers, including a long tenure as editor of the Rutgers Alumni Monthly. Her papers span the years 1867 to 2003 and document her life as well as that of her family.

 Collection
Identifier: R-MC-144

 Collection
Identifier: R-MC-129

Abstract:

This collection includes various photographs, pamphlets, manuals, and memorabilia from Frank S. Beckwith's time at Rutgers,

 Collection
Identifier: R-MC 142

Abstract:

George Washington Coakley was a prominent Rutgers College Alumnus and Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy at the University of City of New York (now referred as, New York University) who conducted notable research on Astro-Physics, particularly on the origin of meteorites and the movements of the solar system.

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Identifier: R-MC-100

Abstract:

Dr. Henry C. Herge was appointed Dean of the Graduate School of Education after a long and distinguished career in education, education administration as well as service in the U.S. Navy. He served as Dean from 1953 until 1965 and continued as a faculty member at Rutgers in the Graduate School of Education and the Latin American Institute until his retirement in 1975.

 Collection
Identifier: R-MC-143

Abstract:

Dr. Henry C. Herge was appointed Dean of the Graduate School of Education after and long and distinguished career in education, education administration as well as service in the U.S. Navy. He served as Dean from 1953-1965 and continued as a faculty member at Rutgers in the Graduate School of Education and the Latin American Institute until his retirement in 1975.

 Collection
Identifier: R-MC-036

Scope and Content: 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 on...
 Collection
Identifier: R-MC 145-JK

Abstract:

Dr. Irving Kull was a professor at Rutgers University in the History Department from 1918 until his retirement in 1954. Boxes 7, 8 and 9 of his papers include correspondence regarding the Department of History, departmental budgets, grade books and student lists, an unpublished manuscript on "New Jersey and the Constitution," and various photos of buildings and other architectural items.