Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: R-MC 132
Abstract: This collection consists of correspondence related to Gerald N. Grob. The bulk of the correspondence covers Grob's career as a professor, author, editor and historian at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts and Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Most of the documents are typed or handwritten letters, including both originals and copies, as well as memoranda. Additional items include newspaper clippings, reports, telegrams, placards, application and contract forms,...
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...