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- Photographs 10
- College students 7
- College students -- Societies, etc. 7
- Universities and colleges -- Administration 6
- College buildings -- Design and construction 3
- Commencement ceremonies 3
- Debates and debating 3
- Greek letter societies 3
- New Haven (Conn.) -- Pictorial works 3
- Universities and colleges -- Finance 3
- Architectural records 2
- Campus planning 2
- College presidents 2
- Degrees, Academic 2
- Diaries 2
- Drawings (visual works) 2
- Educators 2
- Endowments 2
- Engravings (prints) 2
- Essays 2 ∧ less
- Yale University 33
- Yale College (1887- ) 3
- Collegiate School (New Haven, Conn.) 2
- Yale College (1718-1887). President's Office 2
- Acacia Fraternity. Yale Chapter 1
- Alling, John 1
- Alpha Delta Phi. Yale Chapter 1
- Andrew, Samuel Rogers, 1787-1858 1
- Beaumont Medical Club 1
- Beta Theta Pi. Phi Chi Chapter (Yale University) 1
- Calliopean Society (Yale College) 1
- Centro Español de Yale 1
- Chi Delta Theta (Yale University) 1
- Chi Epsilon (U.S.) 1
- Chi Phi (Fraternity). Omicron Chapter (Yale University) 1
- Clap, Thomas, 1703-1767 1
- Day, George Parmly, 1876-1959 1
- Delta Kappa Epsilon. Phi Chapter (Yale University) 1
- Delta Phi. Omicron Chapter (Yale University) 1 ∧ less
- Storage location
- Stored offsite 42
- Stored onsite and offsite 14
The collection consists of portraits used as illustrations for Ellsworth Eliot's book Yale in the Civil War (1932).
The intentionally assembled records consist of church covenants (photostatic copies), attendance slips, correspondence, requests, and permissions for Yale College students to attend non-Church of Christ services.
The records consist of the constitution, records, secretary and treasurer's books, abstracts of lectures, and receipts documenting the operations and activities of the Rhetorical Society of the Theological Department of Yale College.
The records consist of the reports of Benjamin Silliman sent to Yale Callege concerning laboratory expenses.
The materials consist of a Yale tuition receipt from 1833, a student account book that belonged to A. Beekman Cox, Class of 1864, correspondence, and a printed letter to parents of students.
The materials consist of photographs and drawings documenting various aspects of student life and activities at Yale. Included are pictures of commencement ceremonies, class day activities, parties and dances, sports, protests, theatrical performances, classroom and other interior scenes, and Yale during wartime.
The records consist of correspondence, minutes, memoranda, reports, audits, ledgers, cash journals, student accounts and bills, estate files, investment accounts, and construction records of the treasurer documenting every aspect of Yale's financial history up to 1971.
Edward J. Tytus, Class of 1868, Yale College, photograph collection documenting buildings and grounds at Yale
The materials consist of photographs from the class album for 1868. Most of the photographs are of Yale buildings and grounds, but there are a few pictures of classmates.
The records consist of administrative and subject files documenting Yale University's non-academic financial and administrative policies, planning, and procedures. Included are files documenting projects, budgets, investments, fund raising, real estate, benefactors, and labor relations.
The records consist of two letters signed by Theodore Dwight Woolsey as president of Yale College.
The materials consist of photographs of Yale athletic events, associations and facilities. Included are shots of practices, teams, individual athletes, cheerleaders, and games. Also included are posters, lithographs and engravings from nineteenth-century magazines. Baseball, crew, football, swimming, and track are particularly well documented.
The materials consist of formal portraits, group portraits, and reunion photographs of students and graduates of Yale College, Yale School of Law, Yale School of Divinity, Yale School of Medicine and the Sheffield Scientific School.
The volumes document academic performance of students from the Classes of 1813-1918, Yale College.
The materials consist of diplomae examinatorium of Yale College. The diplomae were read at commencement and include a formal greeting from the president of the college and a list of candidates for degrees. The diplomae are written in Latin and signed by the president.