1. UMass Dartmouth Historical Archives
Found in 147 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of Board of Trustee and Trustee committee meeting minutes, 1899-1964, some bound and others unbound, arranged chronologically, as well as Trustee correspondence, 1918-1964. The minutes for 1927-1931 are missing. The correspondence is indexed but the minutes are not. The Teaching Committee minutes exist only as photocopies of the originals; the location of the originals is not known, although they were apparently stamped “SMU Archives” at some point in time.
Southeastern Massachusetts Technological Institute textile student design work, lecture notes and pattern books
The collection consists of loose notes, bound lecture notes and pattern books compiled by students in a variety of textile design and manufacturing courses. Most were completed in the 1910s and 1920s, but some date to the 1940s and 1950s. The textile design books and pattern books are imprinted with the name of the school. These were standard books, especially designed, and sold blank to students for the purpose of completing assignments.
The collection consists of the subject files transferred from the Office of the Chancellor. It is arranged alphabetically with the same folder titles used by the office of origin. Three separate accessions were interfiled, since many of the folder titles are identical.
Series I of the collection consists of biographical and inaugural material (memorandums, a procedure handbook, tickets, and transcripts to speeches given by guest speakers), transcripts to speeches given by Walker, and works published by Walker throughout his administrative career. Series II consists of correspondence dating from 1972 to 1983, arranged chronologically. Series III are subject files kept by Walker’s office.
Collection consists of correspondence files as well as subject files, arranged alphabetically.
Collection consists of the administrative files of the president's office, arranged alphabetically by folder title (subject).
Collection consists of speeches, reports, subject files and correspondence from his period as interim chancellor. Arranged alphabetically by subject.