Yale University. Reserve Officers' Training Corps
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The papers of Harry Clement Brogan consist of printed materials, memorabilia, and photographs relating to Brogan's student years at Yale, particularly commencement activities in 1920 and 1923, as well as his participation in Yale's Reserve Officers' Training Corps. A personal collection of vintage postcards depicting Connecticut towns is included in the papers.
The records consist of correspondence, clippings, and printed material documenting the Lee Bass (class member) gift controversy. Also included are newsletters and correspondence petitioning for the reinstatement of ROTC at Yale.
The records consist of correspondence, reports, memoranda, photographs, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia documenting the activities and operations of the Army and Navy Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) at Yale.
The records consist of student grade cards documenting academic performance of students enrolled in the Reserve Officers' Training Program at Yale.
Nathaniel Spear, Class of 1919, Yale College, photograph collection documenting life at Yale University
The materials consist of photographs of Nathaniel Spear, Jr. (Yale 1919) documenting student life at Yale University. Includes views of a dorm room, students on the fence, military training excercises, and a photograph of William H. Taft.
The records consist of correspondence, administrative records, student records, financial records, photographs, scrapbooks, clippings, and memorabilia documenting the Army and Navy training programs at Yale up to 1919. Records concerning the following programs are included: Yale Battery, Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC and NROTC), Yale Naval Training Unit, and the Student Army Training Corps (SATC).
The materials consist of photographs of Army and Navy Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC and NROTC), Signal Corps, Yale Batteries, and Civil Affairs Training program activities at Yale during World War I and World War II. Includes images of drilling instruction, exercises, and artillery practice. There are a few photographs of Yale students during the Spanish-American War.