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Call Number: MS 614
Overview: Correspondence, writings, printed materials, clippings, and other papers of the American Immigration Conference Board, an anti-communist organization devoted primarily to severely limiting immigration. The papers also contain materials relating to various immigration legislation during the 1930s.
Call Number: MS 35
Overview: An artificial collection of correspondence, writings, photographs, and miscellanea relating to American Indians, including the Mohegan Indians of Connecticut, 1740-1750. Other items include an Iroquois language dictionary and essays such as "Geronimo and His Band in Exile," by Marion E. Stephens, "The Indian River Village Site, Milford, Connecticut," and a narrative on Joseph Morgan Wilcox.
Call Number: MS 1197
Overview: Reports on iron ore and manganese deposits in South Russia, submitted by American International Corporation engineers Charles Rees and M.A. Neeland.
Call Number: MS 1495
Overview: The records comprehensively document the organizational and operational history of the American Jewish Society for Service and its summer camps through administrative correspondence; meeting summaries; site documentation, including proposals, information packets, reports, and evaluations; publicity; and visual materials, including photographs, film, and videotapes.
Call Number: MS 748
Overview: An artificial collection of correspondence, advertisements, brochures, broadsides, newspapers, magazines, posters, programs, printed material, and miscellanea relating to American life and culture, ca.1824-1952.
American Lutheran Church Women in World Mission Oral History Project / Evangelical Lutheran Church Women in Global Mission Oral History Project Records
Call Number: RG 100
Overview: The American Lutheran Church Women in World Mission Oral History Project, and its continuation, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Women in Global Mission Oral History document the work of women missionaries serving under these church bodies (or predecessor bodies) from 1921-1991. This collection contains oral history transcripts of Lutheran women missionaries.
Call Number: MS 1931
Overview: The collection comprises eight colored promotional movie posters featuring topics such as the Korean War, space travel, horror, sports, and crime.
Call Number: VRC 1
Overview: Consists of reproductive photographs of original paintings from a variety of countries, cultures, time periods and in a variety of styles.
Dates: circa 1900-2005
Found in: Yale University Arts Library
Call Number: MS 810
Overview: Papers collected by Arthur J. Viseltear in connection with his research on the development of the American Public Health Association's Medical Care Section. Included are relevant records from the organization (1940-1957) documenting its research into the question of incorporating medical care into public health with special reports on medical care for the indigent, rural medicine, and relations between hospitals and health departments. In 1948 the advocates of medical care succeeded with the...
Call Number: MS 674
Overview: An artificial collection of correspondence, payrolls, pay tables, receipts, commissions, and miscellanea including documents from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, and South Carolina military forces.
Call Number: RG 164
Overview: Reports, correspondence, photographs, and collected material document the history of the American School Kikungshan and its graduates. The American School Kikungshan was a school for missionary children established by the Lutheran missions in China. The American School Kikungshan Association is the alumni/ae association of the school.
Call Number: MS 1603
Overview: The records include organizational papers, minutes, correspondence, financial records, and committee files which document the founding of the American Social Science Association in 1865 and its functioning over the next twenty-five years. The records highlight the work of Franklin Benjamin Sanborn as secretary of the association. The records also include files of the Conference of Charities and Corrections which met with the American Social Science Association.
Dates: 1863-1906, bulk 1865-1887
Call Number: MS 1151
Overview: Paper tapes containing propaganda messages transmitted by Axis powers to Latin American countries.
Call Number: MS 714
Overview: Miscellaneous printed material, news releases, pamphlets, and other publications of the American Student Union. Also included is material relating to the American Youth Congress and other student organizations.
Call Number: RU 466
Overview: The records consist of reports, personnel files, printed materials, correspondence, and student rosters documenting student affairs, travel, employment, and publicity documenting American Studies at Yale University for Foreign Students program.
Call Number: RU 272
Overview: The records consist of search committee files, course descriptions and curricula, student files, and visiting fellow and faculty files documenting the activities and operations of the Yale American Studies Program. Also included are senior essays and board games created by students in the American Studies Program.
Call Number: RU 930
Overview: The records consist of correspondence and speeches made at the Yale American Studies Program 50th anniversary reunion held in April 1994. The speeches by alumni, faculty, and administrators document the history of the American Studies at Yale and the personal experiences of individuals in the program. Speakers include former Yale president Howard Lamar and Jean-Christophe Agnew, program chair. The reunion was sponsored by the American Studies Program and the Graduate School.
American Studies Program, Yale University, time capsule prepared by the students of the course "Public Memory and Material Culture in America"
Call Number: RU 822
Overview: The materials consist of a time capsule prepared by Yale students for an American Studies course titled Public Memory and Material Culture in America.
Call Number: RG 81
Overview: The records include correspondence, reports, and financial records related to the ATLA Library Development Program. The ATLA Library Development Program provided funds to strengthen the book collections of ninety North American theological libraries between 1961 and 1966. The program was directed by Raymond Morris, Librarian of the Yale Divinity School Library and funded by the Sealantic Fund.
Call Number: RG 163
Overview: This record group includes organizational and administrative records, board and committee records, materials from annual conferences, and ATLA publications. The American Theological Library Association was founded in 1947 to strengthen ties among theological libraries, to support theological and religious librarianship, to improve theological libraries, and to interpret the role of libraries in theological education.