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Call Number: RU 554
Overview: The records consist of letterbooks, correspondence, gift accounts, financial papers, receipts, lists, and memoranda documenting the operations of the Yale University Press. Included are the files of John G. Ryden as director.
Call Number: RU 168
Overview: The records consist of documentation on the publication of works by individual authors. Josef Albers, Hiram Bingham, Harold Bloom, Ernst Cassirer, David Lloyd George, and Paul Rand are just a few of the authors with works documented in this collection.
Yale University Press, records, promotional material, and memorabilia for The Chronicles of America and Chronicles of America Photoplays
Call Number: RU 131
Overview: The records consist of promotional material, correspondence, lease and license agreements, project records and memorabilia documenting the publication of The Chronicles of America and Chronicles of America Photoplays by the Yale University Press.
Call Number: Ms Coll 4
Overview: The collection contains papers of the Medical Institution of Yale College (Yale University School of Medicine) including correspondence, committee reports, financial reports, and memorials to the Yale Corporation, especially during the period when Charles A Linsdley served as Dean (1863-1885).
Dates: 1810-1886, bulk 1863-1885
Call Number: RU 924
Overview: The materials consist of audiotapes, a videotape, transcripts, and project and background files relating to "One Story, Many Voices: An Oral History of the Yale University Women's Organization."
Call Number: RU 70
Overview: The records consist of minutes, including minutes of the Newcomer's Club, newsletters, annual reports, program records, correspondence, and printed materials documenting the activities of the Yale University Women's Organization.
Call Number: RU 884
Overview: The records document the work of the Tercentennial Office. Included are the records of Janet Lindrer concerning planning of the tercentennial celebration, correspondence, subject files, video recordings, records of the Tercentennial Planning Committee, and the Tercentennial website. Also included is a poem by John Hollander, a speech by Robin Winks, printed material, news clippings, memorabilia commemorating Yale's 300th anniversary, and records for the Tercentennial celebration in Asia.
Call Number: RU 753
Overview: The materials consist of photographs documenting the Yale bicentennial celebration. Includes photographs of the decorated campus and New Haven streets, miscellaneous student groups in costume, and the Bicentennial Parade.
Call Number: MS 658
Overview: Correspondence, intelligence reports, and other papers of William Yale, author, diplomat and professor. The papers relate primarily to problems in the Near East during and immediately after World War I. Included are reports and agreements concerning Palestine and Syria and various reports by special commissions on Turkey, Arabia, and Zionism. There is also material relating to the Paris Peace Conference.
Call Number: RU 477
Overview: The records consist of clippings, reports, and correspondence documenting the Yale Women's Action Committee study of sexual and gender harassment at Yale. Also includes a report and newsclipping concerning sexual harassment at Harvard.
Call Number: RU 1066
Overview: The materials consist of meeting minutes documenting the activities of the Yale Women's Coordinating Council.
Call Number: MS 568
Overview: Principals in this collection are the Yates family of Schenectady, New York, the Delancy family and James Duane (1733-1797) and his descendants. The major part of the papers is made up of financial and legal papers relating to land transactions in New York state between the 1760s and the 1820s. Included are leases, rent receipts, boundary agreements, survey field books, account books and charts. Most of the correspondence consists of letters from Yates family members to their land agent,...
Dates: 1678-1923, bulk 1714-1868
Call Number: RU 640
Overview: The collection consists of pencil and charcoal drawings depicting scenes of Yale and New Haven, Connecticut drawn by Loveday Yates in the 1940s and 1950s.
Dates: circa 1940-1950
Call Number: YCAL MSS 581
Overview: This collection consists of material created and accumlated by Stephen Yenser in the course of researching and editing the literary work of James Merrill. Material primarily includes correspondence between Yenser and Merrill spanning 1967 to 1995 and various drafts of Merrill's writings.
Call Number: RG 153
Overview: Letters and collected material document the work of the Presbyterian Church in Shantung Province, China from 1869 to the 1940s. Carroll and Helen Yerkes were American Presbyterian missionaries in Shantung Province from 1904 to 1925. The parents of Helen Nevius Eckard Yerkes were Presbyterian missionaries stationed in Chefoo from 1869 to 1874.
Call Number: MS 569
Overview: The papers contain correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, research notes, writings, photographs, diaries, and other materials documenting the professional career and personal life of Robert Mearns Yerkes. The papers document the broad range of psychological activities undertaken by Yerkes in the first half of the twentieth century. The papers contain correspondence and other materials on chimpanzee and gorilla behavior, intelligence testing in World War I, eugenics and immigration...
Call Number: MS 2027
Overview: A collection of twenty-five posters documenting Yiddish theater in Argentina and Poland during the years 1917-1958. Most posters feature the work of Yiddish poet, writer, editor and playwright Nechemia Zucker. The collection also contains a folder of newspaper clippings, advertisements, title pages, journals, and works written or edited by Nechemia Zucker.
Call Number: RG 58
Overview: Documentation in this collection is thorough in selected areas and provides insight into the changing character of YMCA concerns. Extensive files of correspondence, minutes, and reports document the daily administrative routines of the executive secretary office, policy questions and the development of the Student Division. Topical files contain material on disarmament, Negro student work, preparatory school work, recruiting and training efforts, the Universal Day of Prayer and voluntary study....
Call Number: MS 1250
Overview: Minutes of meetings, financial and legal records, and correspondence of the York Square Trustees, organized in 1834 to maintain a park between Broadway and Ashmun Street in New Haven, Connecticut. Many of the papers document the Trustees' losing battle to maintain the park against the city of New Haven, the Hebrew Ladies' Orphan Society, and other institutions wishing to build on the land.
Call Number: RG 152
Overview: Correspondence, a diary, and collected materials document medical and educational work in China. Mason Pressly Young M.D., his wife Louise, and his sister Lois were Southern Presbyterian missionaries in China from 1916 to 1949. Mason and Louise were stationed in Soochow where Mason worked at Elizabeth Blake Hospital. Lois was in charge of the Mary Thompson Stevens School for Girls in Suchowfu, North China.