1. UMass Dartmouth Historical Archives
Found in 119 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection consists of one scrapbook of photographs, inaugural memorabilia, autographs and news clippings (Series I) and a group of congratulatory citations (loose and hard cover) sent to Walker on the occasion of his inauguration (Series II). The citations are from college and university administrators, military institutions, associations, politicians, and friends and colleagues of Walker. The collection also includes inaugural concert tickets, inaugural procedures, and inaugural...
Scope and Contents The collection consists exclusively of T. Noel Stern's writings, which include scholarly journal articles, opinion pieces (letters to the editors), government reports, book reviews and an autobiographical novel, Secret Family (published privately in 1988), as well as reviews of the latter by other authors. Stern's writings cover a period of more than 50 years, from his work with the U.S. Forestry Service (1941) to his involvement with Dartmouth town government (1990s). Dr. Stern compiled a...
Dates: 1939 - 1995
Scope and Contents Collection includes 10 scrapbooks, with overlapping dates; spanning the years 1973-1988. Contents of scrapbooks include newspaper clippings, personal documents and correspondence, and memorabilia such as parking decals. The majority documents crime and public safety events on the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth campus while Dennis Tucker served as an officer. Other items include correspondence and photographs pertaining to his employment at the university.
Scope and Contents Collection consists of 8 items, mostly notebooks and texts used by Keiles as a student in the Textile Engineering major. Courses represented include Designing, Engineering drawing, Cloth Analysis, Microscopy, and Cotton Yarn Preparation. Several of the books contain actual cloth samples, with their analysis. In lieu of textbooks, which were not always readily available in these subjects, instructors distributed mimeographed sheets, which the students then bound into texts. There are 2...
Dates: 1947-1952 (bulk 1949-1952); Majority of material found within 1949 - 1952
Scope and Contents Collection consists of about 100 journal articles about Paul Rudolph’s architectural works. Collected by UMD Gallery Director Lasse Antonsen in the course of his research on the architect. Series 2 is a collection of reearch papers, photographs, interviews, and files on the organization of the Rudolph Symposium held on the UMass Dartmouth campus on April 13, 2005.
Scope and Contents Records consist of memoranda, correspondence, meeting minutes, brochures and program flyers. The collection was brought together from the records of 3 administrators who served as president of SACHEM at one time or as members of its board - John Brazil, Donald E. Walker (as SMU presidents) and Bruce Yenawine (as Swain School of Design president). See the University Publications collection for recent newsletters of SACHEM.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of notes and publications compiled by Hill in his research into French pacifism. His research is recorded on 8”x 5” cards which are housed in five boxes, filed chronologically by date, then by subject. The majority of publications in the collection are French periodicals advocating non-violence, published between the years 1968 and 1987. Included are Union Pacifiste (an official publication of Union Pacifiste de France – an affiliate of War Resister’s International),...