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An artificial collection of correspondence, payrolls, pay tables, receipts, commissions, and miscellanea including documents from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, and South Carolina military forces.
The records include organizational papers, minutes, correspondence, financial records, and committee files which document the founding of the American Social Science Association in 1865 and its functioning over the next twenty-five years. The records highlight the work of Franklin Benjamin Sanborn as secretary of the association. The records also include files of the Conference of Charities and Corrections which met with the American Social Science Association.
Miscellaneous printed material, news releases, pamphlets, and other publications of the American Student Union. Also included is material relating to the American Youth Congress and other student organizations.
The records consist of reports, personnel files, printed materials, correspondence, and student rosters documenting student affairs, travel, employment, and publicity documenting American Studies at Yale University for Foreign Students program.
The records consist of search committee files, course descriptions and curricula, student files, and visiting fellow and faculty files documenting the activities and operations of the Yale American Studies Program. Also included are senior essays and board games created by students in the American Studies Program.
The records consist of correspondence and speeches made at the Yale American Studies Program 50th anniversary reunion held in April 1994. The speeches by alumni, faculty, and administrators document the history of the American Studies at Yale and the personal experiences of individuals in the program. Speakers include former Yale president Howard Lamar and Jean-Christophe Agnew, program chair. The reunion was sponsored by the American Studies Program and the Graduate School.
American Studies Program, Yale University, time capsule prepared by the students of the course "Public Memory and Material Culture in America"
The materials consist of a time capsule prepared by Yale students for an American Studies course titled Public Memory and Material Culture in America.
The collection comprises forty-seven journals begun while Robbins Battell Anderson was a freshman at Yale and continuing throughout his life, containing almost daily entries of his activities. More in-depth material includes entries relating to the attack on Pearl Harbor and political commentary on wartime events.
Writings and memorabilia of Rudolph John Anderson, professor of chemistry at Yale University, 1927-1948. The papers contain autobiographical memoirs, essays on the history of chemistry by Anderson and drafts of his book, The Chemistry of Lipoids..., published in 1938.
The records consist of correspondence maintained by Samuel Rogers Andrew, Yale Secretary, regarding honorary degree candidates and a request for admittance.
The records consist of correspondence, annual reports, memoranda, and subject files documenting James Rowland Angell's activities as president of Yale University. The records contain substantive documentation on virtually every aspect of the university's administration, its schools, departments, and other major units. The files pertaining to the founding of the School of Nursing, the Institute of Human Relations, and the residential colleges are particularly significant.
The Joseph W. Angell Papers trace the acquisition of the Thomas Mann Collection for the Yale University Library in 1938 and the preparation of the 1950 exhibit to commemorate the seventy-fifth anniversary of Mann's birth. The papers also document the role of Joseph W. Angell as curator of the Thomas Mann Collection from 1948-1963.
The collection consists of copies of select Annan papers from the United Nations, including interviews, correspondence, briefings, reports and speeches from Annan’s tenure as United Nations Secretary-General from 1997 to 2007. The majority of the papers in this collection are published and indexed in the Collected Papers of Kofi Annan, UN Secretary-General, 1997-2006, edited by Jean E. Krasno.
The collection comprises teaching and administrative materials documenting the career of Yale mechanical engineering professor Robert E. Apfel. Teaching materials include lecture notes, examinations, and exercises for courses in acoustics, dynamics, mechanical design, and practical applications of engineering research. Administrative files document the proposed restructuring of Yale's engineering programs in the late 1980s to the early 1990s.