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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 materials consist of judgements, petitions, dismissals, correspondence, and confessions documenting student discipline at Yale.
The records consist of administrative files, reports, and correspondence documenting activities and the operations of the Yale College registrar. Included are student files and grade books, entrance cards, room assignments, and attendance records.
These intentionally assembled materials consist of eighty-eight albumen prints of Yale students, faculty, staff, and buildings and grounds, circa 1869-1870.
The records consist of administrative materials concerning examinations and samples of Yale examinations, syllabi, reading lists, teaching aids, completed examinations, and grades.
The materials consist of correspondence, diary excerpts, and autobiographical writings documenting the lives of Yale students. Includes an interview by Cam Carr Polk with Elizabeth Boyd Carr (wife of Louis B. Carr) concerning her husband's discovery of Frisbee.
The materials consist of correspondence, memoranda, specifications, articles, reports, sketches, photographs, floor plans, notes, booklets, and related materials documenting the planning, construction, renovation, and use of Yale buildings.