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The records consist of correspondence, lists, circulars, flyers, photographs, news releases, scrapbooks, an audiotape, and memoranda documenting the operations and activities of the Yale University Federation of University Employees Local No. 35, AFL-CIO at Yale University.
The papers consist of correspondence, articles, reports, notes, lectures, memorabilia, and other papers of Charles Templeman Loram, educator and professor of education in South Africa and at Yale. Included are papers both from his work at Yale and his earlier work as an educational administrator in South Africa. There is also one box of records from the South Africa Native Affairs Commission.
The records consist of photographs and a set of mylar drawings documenting the construction of Luce Hall at Yale.
The papers consist of reports, drawings, correspondence, photographs, and printed materials documenting the professional work, particularly city renewal planning, of Maurice Emile Henri Rotival during the years 1944-1963.
The materials consist of correspondence, press releases, oral history transcripts, objects, and printed material documenting Yale student involvement in the 1970 May Day rally in New Haven, Connecticut and published materials collected by the donor as a stringer for the "New York Times" related to Yale's student strike, the anti-war movement, and the Black Panthers trial in New Haven. Also included are publications related to anti-war activities nationally.
The materials consist of Medieval Consortium flyers, alumni conference materials, and items from Sterling Memorial Library’s exhibit, “On Visigoths and Vikings: Medieval Studies at Yale.”
Writings, correspondence, and course-related materials document the academic career of prominent New Testament scholar Wayne A. Meeks, who taught in the Religious Studies Department at Yale University from 1969 until his retirement in 1999.
The materials consist of photographs and pictures of Memorial Quadrangle at Yale, including interiors, exteriors, and a catalogue of decoration and ornament. Photographs of plans and architect's models are also included.
The papers consist of correspondence, research and data files, writings, audiovisual material, and course material, documenting Stanley Milgram's work as an innovative researcher and teacher in the field of social psychology. The papers highlight Milgram's work on obedience to authority, television violence, urban psychology, and communication patterns within society.
The papers include personal and family correspondence, subject files, and photographs relating to the life and career of William Henry Morse. The collection also contains genealogical material relating to Morse family members, particularly Jedidiah Morse, the father of American geography.
The collection consists of one 8mm motion picture film of men's crew races at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Australia as well as a DVD copy of the film. The film documents the final crew races: single and double sculls, pairs with and without coxswain, fours with and without coxswain, and eight-oar shells. The United States, represented by the Yale University Men's Crew Team, won the gold medal in the eight-oar shell race as well as the pairs with and without coxswain.
Correspondence, diaries, sermons, essays, and other papers of Elisha Mulford, 1833-1885, Episcopal clergyman, teacher, writer, and political philosopher; and of other members of the Mulford and Jessup families.
The papers consist of correspondence, subject files, diaries, speeches and writings, and memorabilia chiefly relating to George Henry Nettleton's career as professor of English at Yale, his activities with the Yale Bureau in Paris and the American University Union, and his scholarly research and writings.