1. UMass Dartmouth Historical Archives
Found in 119 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents the collection consists of photocopies of original newspaper clippings of articles about NBIT and its faculty, staff, students and alumni. The origin of each clipping is not recorded, however, most were from the New Bedford Standard Times. It is not know who compiled the collection. The originals were photocopied and discarded.
Scope and Contents In these two oversize volumes are the academic records of students admitted between 1904 and 1914. Each entry includes date of admission, grades for each, of up to 3 years in attendance, date withdrawn or graduated, and comments. Volume one is a record of Day Students and Volume two is a record of Evening Students. Volume two contains an alphabetical name index in the front. After 1914 the school switched to another system of keeping student records, since only a few pages (7 and 18...
Dates: 1904 - 1914
Scope and Contents The collection consists of 236 attendance and grade registers maintained by instructors in textiles for both day and evening classes offered at the Institute between 1909 and 1968. Most registers are standard “Massachusetts School Registers” supplied by the state department of education. Instructors’ names are handwritten on the front, in most cases; some registers were shared by more than one instructor teaching the same class. Many registers cover the same course over several years. On...
Dates: 1909 - 1968
Scope and Contents The collection consists of loose lecture notes, both handwritten and typescript as well as notes bound together in standard issue textile design books (used by students) and in other bindings. The handwritten notes are presumed to be compiled by faculty for use in textile courses because of the lack of mistakes, and the fact that they are original handwriting. The typescript notes were probably handed out to students, since similar notes appear in books compiled by students (see URC 5). ...
Dates: 1895 - 1966
Scope and Contents Collection consists of bound scrapbooks of different shapes and sizes containing pasted in or bound in samples of fabrics collected from a number of manufacturers. Most samples are of cotton fabrics, using a variety of weave techniques. Some are identified, but most are not.
Dates: 1900 - 1960
Scope and Contents The collection consists of newspaper clippings, most from the Fall River Herald News, pertaining to Bradford Durfee Textile School and later iterations. The clippings from 1910 through February 1928 are pasted into scrapbooks and are very brittle. They should be handled with care. Clippings from February 1928 through 1948 are photocopies of the originals. The original scrapbooks for these years were presumably discarded. There is one gap in the records: 1914-1918.
Dates: 1910 – 1948
Scope and Contents The collection consists of press releases, newspaper articles, and scripts of television reports dealing with issues pertinent to the university. These include student activities, commencements, and politics that impacted the university. The collection is divided into 5 series: 1) Press releases; 2) Newspaper clippings; 3) Biographical and subject files; 4) Audiovisual productions; and 5) Publications. There are indexes for 1963-1987, which list article titles in chronological order. ...
Scope and Contents collection consists of minutes of meetings and committees, arranged chronologically, as well as subject files from the late 1980s through 1990s, arranged alphabetically. The first constitution is with 1965 minutes. Current minutes and the current constitution are available on the Faculty Senate web site at www.umassd.edu/org/facultysenate. The collection is an open series (additions to be made annually). Reports of individual Faculty Senate committees are included with the general faculty...
Scope and Contents Collection includes memos and correspondence, grant documentation, membership and election information, and alumni publications. The collection is divided into six series: Series I, Administrative files, alphabetical by subject; Series II, Alumni Awards; Series III: Alumni Weekend and reunions; Series III, Alumni Elections; Series IV: Alumni Elections; Series V: Gifts and Grants; Series VI: Publications. Series II through VI are arranged chronologically.
Scope and Contents Collection consists of concert programs, fliers, photographs, newspaper clippings, departmental memos and correspondence (from Josef Cobert’s and Eleanor Carlson’s files), a biographical file on Jacqueline Cobert, a performance file on Bobby Greene, and a selection of recordings. Arranged chronologically. The program fliers kept by the Music department secretary were integrated, as were administrative files; these were organized chronologically by performance season, which coincided with the...