Yale College (1718-1887)
Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: RU 1027
Overview: The records consist of correspondence maintained by Samuel Rogers Andrew, Yale Secretary, regarding honorary degree candidates and a request for admittance.
Call Number: RU 1
Overview: The materials consist of design, preliminary, working, shop, and "as built" architectural drawings and maps of buildings and grounds owned or used by Yale University. The drawings range from original concepts to full scale details of equipment and ornamentation. The media vary from water colors, pen and ink sketches, pencil on tracing paper drawings to blueprints and photostats.
Dates: circa 1728-2002
Call Number: YCAL MSS 462
Overview: The collection contains seventeen notebooks from Bristed's undergraduate and graduate studies at Yale and Cambridge universities from the late 1830s to mid 1840s, chiefly on classical authors and texts, including translations, and mathematics, as well as a catalog of his books, several letters, a diary, a receipt, and two printed books, including Bristed's Anacreontics, published under the pseudonym Carl Benson.
Call Number: RU 857
Overview: The records consist of correspondence, constitution, meeting minutes, library records, reports, income and expense reports, orations, and exhibition records documenting the activities and operations of the Calliopean Society.
Call Number: RU 566
Call Number: RU 130
Call Number: RU 498
Call Number: RU 395
Call Number: RU 352
Overview: The materials consist of a register documenting reunions of alumni from the Yale College Class of 1880 and signed petitions to the Yale Corporation to grant George W. Butts the degree of bachelor of arts.
Call Number: RU 56
Overview: The records consist of minutes of meetings, membership lists, correspondence, constitutions and bylaws, scrapbooks, library records, financial and business records, programs and invitations, articles and news clippings, reports, songbooks, notices, newsletters, and related materials documenting the organization, activities, and operations of various student, faculty, and staff organizations, and other Yale community groups.
Dates: circa 1768-2006
Call Number: RU 528
Overview: The records consist of meeting minutes and subscription lists of the Committee on Commemorating the Service of Yale Men in the Civil War.
Call Number: RU 84
Overview: The records consist of correspondence written by Civil War soldiers from Yale College.
Call Number: RU 1154
Summary: Correspondence, minutes, financial records, charters and official acts, inventories of books and other property, and other papers documenting the founding and early history of Yale College. Documents include the original charter of the Collegiate School; letters by and to the first trustees of the school; and the 1718 inventory of books donated to the school by Elihu Yale.
Call Number: RU 541
Overview: The records consist of memoranda and reports documenting the activities and operations of the Faculty of Yale College. Included are minutes from meetings of the faculty and executive committee, committee reports, attendance books, committee membership lists, and financial papers.
Call Number: GEN MSS 1473
Overview: The Alexander Metcalf Fisher papers consist of correspondence, scientific and personal writings, school notes, eulogies, and other material by or about the Yale College student (Class of 1813) and Yale professor. Drafts and calculations for articles on mathematics, physics, astronomy, and other subjects published between 1817 and 1822, as well as scripts for forty lectures in natural philosophy, illustrate Fisher’s academic career in the context of contemporary scientific learning. Documenting...
Dates: 1803-1898, bulk 1809-1822
Call Number: RU 1081
Call Number: RU 1026
Overview: The records consist of correspondence maintained by Elizur Goodrich, Yale Secretary, regarding honorary degree candidates.
Call Number: YCAL MSS 444
Overview: The James Abraham Hillhouse Papers contain writings and personal papers documenting the literary activities of a member of the prominent New Haven Hillhouse family during the early-to-mid nineteenth century. Writings consist of drafts of plays, essays, poems, and other genres, including notebooks dating from Hillhouse's days as a student at Yale College, covering subjects such as the sermons of Yale President Timothy Dwight and the philosophical lectures of professor Jeremiah Day, who succeeded...
Call Number: RU 684
Call Number: GEN MSS 1140