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- New Haven (Conn.) -- Pictorial works 3
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Papers on Yale collection
Call Number: RU 103
Overview: The materials consists of essays, dissertations, and articles relating to Yale history.
Dates: circa 1974-2010
Pi Sigma Tau, Yale College, records
Call Number: RU 573
Overview: The records consist of minutes, lists of officers, drawings and memorabilia documenting Pi Sigma Tau at Yale.
Ellsworth Eliot photographs used in the publication Yale in the Civil War
Call Number: RU 659
Overview: The collection consists of portraits used as illustrations for Ellsworth Eliot's book Yale in the Civil War (1932).
Dates: circa 1932
Religious student life at Yale College collection
Call Number: RU 1053
Overview: 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.
Rhetorical Society, Yale College, records
Call Number: RU 448
Overview: 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.
Benjamin Silliman reports to Yale College concerning laboratory expenses
Call Number: RU 505
Overview: The records consist of the reports of Benjamin Silliman sent to Yale Callege concerning laboratory expenses.
Student expenses at Yale records
Call Number: RU 190
Overview: 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.
Student life at Yale photographs
Call Number: RU 736
Overview: 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.
Dates: circa 1779-1988
Student unrest at Yale collection
Call Number: RU 83
Overview: The materials consist of petitions, correspondence, photographs, notes, and clippings documenting various student riots and protests at Yale.
Dates: circa 1774-2007
Tracy family papers
Call Number: MS 816
Overview: Papers of ten members of the Tracy family, originating in Litchfield, Connecticut. The most prominent figures are Uriah Tracy, Roger Sherman Tracy, Howard Crosby Tracy, and Evarts Tracy. The papers of Uriah Tracy include letters to his children written while he was in Congress (1794-1806), letters to others on Congressional business, and his journal of a trip to the West in 1800. The papers of Roger Sherman Tracy consist chiefly of letters written to his family from Yale College in 1859 and...
Treasurer, Yale University, records
Call Number: RU 151
Overview: 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
Call Number: RU 637
Overview: 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.
Dates: circa 1868
Vice president for finance and administration, Yale University, records
Call Number: RU 279
Overview: 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.
Theodore Dwight Woolsey, president of Yale College, records
Call Number: RU 337
Overview: The records consist of two letters signed by Theodore Dwight Woolsey as president of Yale College.
Dates: circa 1855-1859
Yale and New Haven print card index
Call Number: RU 737
Overview: The records consist of index cards documenting prints and engravings made of Yale and New Haven.
Dates: no date
Yale athletics photographs
Call Number: RU 691
Overview: 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.
Dates: circa 1850-2007
Yale classes photographs
Call Number: RU 779
Overview: 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.
Yale College book of averages (student grade books)
Call Number: RU 584
Overview: The volumes document academic performance of students from the Classes of 1813-1918, Yale College.
Yale College commencement orations and poems
Call Number: RU 140
Overview: The records consist of orations and poems given at Yale commencement exercises.
Yale College Diplomae examinatorium
Call Number: RU 489
Overview: 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.
Dates: circa 1753-1860