Academia (AC), 1931-2006 10 boxes
This series chronicles Franklin's work as a professor of history. It includes materials documenting his role as a mentor and advisor to numerous undergraduate and graduate students, his lecture notes and other classroom materials, and his administrative and committee work at various institutions. Student Files make up a significant portion of the series. Franklin kept files on particular students, arranged by name, from Brooklyn College or the University of Chicago. Teaching Materials consists largely of general lecture notes from various courses Franklin taught through his career. The Colleges and Universities subseries has been arranged by school, with the majority of files stemming from Franklin's work at Brooklyn College, University of Cambridge, University of Chicago, and Duke University. This subseries includes materials relating to Franklin's appointments and employment as well as department and university-level correspondence, events, and committees.
Accession (2009-0209), 1978-2009 9 boxes
Accession (2009-0209) (11.6 lin. ft.; 7100 items; dated 1978-2009) includes administrative and organizational records from the entire history of the North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys. Materials include membership directories, conference binders, surveys and other research about women in the profession, videotapes from annual conferences, committee and task force files, meeting minutes, articles of incorporation, photographs from events, and other related materials.
Collection consists of material related to work on men's experiences with abortion and abortion generally: research materials (clippings, articles, notes), writings and talks by Shostak and others, appearances by Shostak in magazines, newspapers, and other prting media, correspondence, conference files, ephemera and publications of clinics and other abortion-related organizations, A/V material (1 audiocassette and 2 VHS tapes), and 3 books.
Accessions UA1992.0106, UA1997.0022, others, 1971-1997 1.5 Linear Feet
The materials in these accessions include administrative records which have not yet been processed. Materials may be restricted and will require processing before use.
The Administrative Series comprises the organization's constitution and by-laws, minutes, and treasurer's reports. In addition, there are four books maintained by the secretary (1938-1980) that include minutes, as well as treasurer's reports, program booklets, lists of officers and members, attendance records, occasional clippings, and a color group photograph of several of the founding members. There are also copies of the constitution and by-laws along with other administrative information in later program booklets in the Programs Series.
The Administrative Series documents the management, development, organizational history, and day to day operations of NCHR.
The Administrative records contain material created and accumulated by the Chapel Development Officer as well as the records of various committees. Major subjects include Chapel Renovation Fund, Altar Guild, College of Bishops, and Chapel Renovation and Front Organ Committees.
Administrative Files, circa 1920-2005 156 Linear Feet; 109 boxes
This collection contains administrative records; all administrative records are restricted for 25 years from their date of origin. Please contact research services for more information.
Subseries in this collection have been organized by their accession numbers. An accession number is assigned to materials as they are transferred into the archives and is based on the year of transfer. Please contact the University Archives if you have questions.
The Administrative Materials series of the Women's Studies Program records contains materials related to the formation, operation, activities, students, staff, finances, and projects of the Women's Studies Program. Included are correspondence, minutes, reports, newsletters, flyers, budgets, programs, and many other materials.
The series is organized into seven subseries: Advisory Board/Steering Committee, the guiding administrative group of Women's Studies; Curriculum, related to the development and revision of the Women's Studies curriculum; General and Subject Files, covering a wide variety of topics related to the operation of Women's Studies; Financial Materials, related to budgets and fundraising; Personnel Materials, related to the staff and faculty of Women's Studies; Newsletters, produced by Women's Studies for the alumni, friends, and the wider public; and Special Projects, related to large-scale projects created or coordinated by Women's Studies.
Topics of note in this series include the development of the Women's Studies Program from a certificate program to an undergraduate major and minor as well as the growth of graduate scholarship, in the Advisory Board/Steering Committee and General and Subject Files subseries; the search for joint faculty appointments between Women's Studies and other disciplines, in the Personnel subseries; and large projects including the Women in Science and Engineering Project, in Special Projects.
Advertisements, 1970-1987 7 folders
Materials in the first eight boxes include research files, interviews, correspondence, chapter drafts and other materials related to all of the chapters in After Kathy Acker: A Literary Biography except the first chapter of that book, "Littoral Madness." The final box in this series includes typescripts for all chapters plus style sheets, footnotes and related material.
Akira, Japan, 1983 January 9 items
American Bar Association, 1960-2009 and undated Approximately 26 large boxes.
The American Bar Association series documents Shestack's work as a long-time member of the legal organization. The materials reflect his active participation in multiple American Bar Association (ABA) sections and committees, especially those dedicated to the advancement of human rights and equal opportunity. Highlights of the series include files on the committee that helped negate the Supreme Court nomination of Robert Bork in 1987 as well as files documenting Shestack's work during his time as appointed President of the American Bar Association from 1997 to 1998. The series consists of eight subseries: Correspondence, Writings, Presidential Materials, Sections and Committees, and Internal Reports, ABA Publications and Mailings, Subject Files, and Administrative Files.
Audiovisual, 1955-2007 97 items
The Audiovisual Series is arranged in seven subseries. Four of these reflect film projects Young worked on for which there is existing descriptive information, either provided by Young or by the content of the films themselves, and for which there are discrete reels that do not contain clips from other projects. These include Seven Haitian Moods, Klaximo, Let Truth Be the Prejudice, and The Duck Season. The remaining three subseries contain film reels and video and audio media that do not fit clearly into any particular project -- for the subseries "Other film reels" this is due, in part, to the "spooling" of reels together to facilitate video transfer. In some, but not all, cases the titles in this subseries reflect the different clips on each spooled reel.
The bulk of this series consists of MacKinnon's diaries, which range in format from loose typescript pages to small bound manuscript volumes. This series also includes MacKinnon's drafts, research, and notes regarding his autobiography, which he never published.
Biographical/Professional, 1971-2005 1 folder
Includes a 1971 resumé, a few letters concerning professional appointments, a program from an alumni association "roast" in 2002, and John Wilson Fleming's obituary from February 16, 2005.
Boxed Games, 1972-2007 82 boxes
Series includes 484 boxed game sets for role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons, Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, Call of Cthulhu, Al-Qadim, Car Wars, Traveller, James Bond, and Star Trek. A boxed set typically includes maps and grids, character guides, encounter playbooks, a die, and other literature to be used for creating new or altered worlds within a particular game.
Included in the Center Leadership and Administrative series are administrative records in the form of progress and other reports, accounting files, correspondence, historic documents, minutes, by-laws, member biographies, photographs, and audiovisual media. They follow the Joint Center original arrangement, which may be chronological and/or alphabetical. The series is divided into two subseries: Board of Governors (BOG), and Office of the President (OOP). The BOG files relate to board activities, namely the annual dinner and meeting, that date back to the organization's founding in the late 1960s. The OOP files are divided into the offices of Eddie N. Williams, Togo D. West, and Ralph B. Everett, with each having their respective correspondence, speeches, and subject files. The Presidents' subject files were created by the OOP and include files for each of the three presidents represented in this collection.
Contains correspondence, reports, clippings, artwork, storyboards, print advertisements and other printed materials for Bates' clients from 1969 to 2002. Major clients represented in this series include Brown & Williamson (Kool, Lucky Strike cigarettes), Burroughs-Wellcome (Zovirax), Carter-Wallace (Arrid, Pearl Drops toothpaste, Trojan condoms), Hyundai America, Joint Recruiting Advertising Program (JRAP), Miller Brewing Co., Paddington Corporation (Bailey's Irish Cream, J&B whiskey), Peace Corps, Pfizer (Visine), the U.S. Navy, and Warner-Lambert. The extent of materials varies among the clients. In some cases, the series includes only artwork related to advertising campaigns, proof sheets of print advertisements, or correspondence. Holdings are more extensive for other clients, and includes broadcast placement schedules, account expenditure audits, and market research studies. Print advertising for many of these clients have been maintained separately in bound volumes and may be found in the Print Books Series. The series begins with a "general files" section that includes materials relevant to overall client relations and an archived, numbered set of dismantled storyboards for numerous clients. Thereafter, the series is arranged alphabetically by client name.
Some materials were received as electronic files. Disks were assigned consecutive numbers reflecting the order in which they were encountered. If a work has a corresponding or associated electronic file, the file is included in the container list. The contents of each disk have been migrated to the electronic records server. Consequently, the contents of these disks are available only in correspondingly numbered electronic subdirectories. Consult a reference archivist for access to the electronic files.
Audiovisual materials have been removed to the Audiovisual Materials Series. Originals are closed to use. Technical Services staff need to produce use copies before contents can be accessed. Please consult with Research Services staff before requesting audiovisual materials.
Company Offices, 1850, 1898-2008 and undated, bulk 1920-2000 86 boxes plus oversize containers
Arranged in the following subseries named after North Carolina Mutual departments and offices: Actuary, Agency in Force, Auditing, Controller, Corporate Planning, Executive Committee, Facilities, Medical Department, Office of the President, Public Relations, and Personnel Files (closed). There is also an oversize section at the end of each subseries or smaller subgrouping. The Office of the President Series holds the records from the following presidents: William J. Kennedy, Jr., Asa T. Spaulding, Sr., Joseph W. Goodloe, William J. Kennedy, III, and Bert Collins. Company office functions and spaces are also represented in other formats in the Exhibits, Photographic Material, Memorabilia and Artifacts, and Recordings Series.
Correspondence, 1913-2001 7 boxes
The series is divided into two chronological subseries: Personal and Professional. In some cases, there is overlap of personal and professional content because of the nature of the relationships Segrest has had with many of her correspondents.
Personal correspondence includes letters written by members of the Segrest family; most were written to or by Dr. Segrest. Many of the letters to her natal family members address their reactions to her published works. There is also a significant amount of correspondence between Dr. Segrest and her friends and chosen family, including Barbara Culbertson, David Jolly, Ceci Gray, Marquita Seavey, Monica Raymond, Adrienne Rich, Catherine Moriai, Minnie Bruce Pratt, and others.
Professional correspondence includes letters to and from publishers and editors, letters to and from other writers discussing their work, and correspondence documenting her academic career.
The Correspondence Series is divided into the Correspondence, chronological subseries and the Correspondence, alphabetical by name subseries. Materials arrived in different accessions and original divisions have been retained. The subseries includes multiple runs of general correspondence arranged in a loose chronological order. The chronological correspondence consists of letters to and from family, friends, teachers, and admirers of his work. Early letters vividly depict his relationships with family members and friends. Many of the letters dated between 1954 and 1958 concern his education at Duke University and as a Rhodes Scholar at Merton College, Oxford University. His early development as an author is documented here as well as in the Writings Series. From 1961 onward, letters also provide information about his career as a professor at Duke University. The alphabetical correspondence subseries comprises correspondence between Price and other writers, literary figures, celebrities, and close friends. These letters concern both personal and literary matters. Frequently the correspondents commented on each other's recent publications or on work in progress. Numerous letters to and from Eudora Welty and Stephen Spender reveal much about their strong influence on Price's development as a writer. The series also contains a great many letters from Allan Gurganus; Polly Holliday; Jeff Humphries; Josephine Humphreys; Wallace Kaufman; Joe Porter; Lee Smith; and William Blackburn.
Contains chronological and name files on Baumol's correspondence with various individuals. Correspondence from the earlier decades of Baumol's career was maintained in chronological folders, while name folders were reserved for only some correspondents. Correspondence with notable individuals has been organized into name folders where appropriate, however, correspondence with some notable individuals remains in chronological folders to maintain coherence where conversations took place between multiple individuals. Correspondents of note include: Maurice Allais, Gary Becker, George Dantzig, Robert Dorfman, Milton Friedman, John Kenneth Galbraith, Ralph Gomory, Frank Hahn, Roy Harrod, John Hicks, Ursula Hicks, Samuel Hollander, Nicholas Kaldor, Harold Kuhn, Abba Lerner, Jacob Marschak, Don Patinkin, Lionel Robbins, Joan Robinson, Paul Samuelson, Ralph Turvey, Jacob Viner, and Edward Wolff.
Much of Baumol's correspondence for specific research projects was originally organized with his files for the published work or with the relevant research materials. To maintain the original organization, additional correspondence of this kind can be found in the Writings and Research and Notes series.
This series documents Weintraub's professional and personal communications. Notable correspondents include Kenneth Arrow, Gerard Debreu, Deirdre McCloskey, Lionel McKenzie, Phil Mirowski, Don Patinkin, Paul Samuelson, and Robert Solow, among others. Also of note is Weintraub's correspondence with his father Sidney Weintraub and other family members. Files are arranged alphabetically. Given the original arrangement of materials, some correspondence was kept in the Writings and Research series.
This series predominantly consists of Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel's incoming correspondence but also contains some drafts and copies of materials sent by Diamonstein-Spielvogel. The content generally centers on the logistics, planning, research, and creative energy behind her work, and the personal and professional relationships with friends, political figures, and business and project partners. There is a large overlap between personal and professional content.
The earliest correspondence from the 1950s consists mainly of personal letters and cards pertaining to her travels, early career efforts, her marriage, and daily life. The later correspondence contains a significant amount of correspondence from notable figures such as Hillary Rodham Clinton, Dale Chihuly, Mario Buatta, and Louise Nevelson, among others. Often accompanying the letters are clippings and photographs, as well as printed materials such as invitations, fliers, advertisements, and pamphlets. The majority of the correspondence from the 2010s is email printouts.
Other series in the collection also contain large amounts of correspondence pertaining to specific projects, organizations, or other activities. Letters from family members and letters referring to her weddings, personal art collection, homes, and travels is also located in the Personal Files Series. Selected letters of importance are also mounted in scrapbooks housed in the Scrapbook Series.
Correspondence, 1958-2002 8 Linear Feet — 16 boxes
The Kate Millett correspondence series is organized into two subgroups: letters regarding Millett's literary works and activism (1970-2002); and letters of a more personal nature (1958-1999). It should be said, however, that there is considerable overlap between the two. Each group contains both outgoing and incoming letters, but the majority are letters sent to Millett.
Both subgroups are organized in the following sequence: alphabetically by correspondent's last name, alphabetically by topical folder title, and folders of correspondence arranged by date.
In addition to letters, other forms of correspondence include postcards and greeting cards. Sometimes there are sketches and photographs enclosed.
Significant correspondents in this series include: Rita Mae Brown, Phyllis Chesler, Maria del Drogo, Andrea Dworkin, Yoko Ono, Alix Kates Shulman, Gloria Steinem, Fumio Yoshimura (Millett's husband), and Millett family members, especially Millett's mother and sister. Correspondence to and from Sophie Keir, Millett's surviving spouse, are closed to use for her lifetime.
Folder titles are transcribed from the original titles when present.
Fisher's Correspondence Series consists largely of professional and academic correspondence relating to his research and consulting work. The General Correspondence subseries documents his exchanges with assorted economists, publishers, law firms, and professional groups. Also included in this subseries is Fisher's correspondence with the Econometric Society. Also held in the Correspondence Series is Fisher's Referee Reports and his Recommendations, which largely relate to his role as a professor and mentor to students at MIT. Be advised that access to these subseries is restricted and requires written permission from Fisher.
Contains Scarf's name files on various individuals and general correspondence. Scarf maintained correspondence files for particular individuals of note and his Ph.D. advisees (including copies of dissertations), while collecting other correspondence in General Correspondence folders. This series also contains Scarf's correspondence with various publishers and academic journals. Correspondents of note include Kenneth Arrow, Gerard Debreu, Duncan Foley, Ralph Gomory, Werner Hildenbrand, Tim Kehoe, Tjalling Koopmans, Harold Kuhn, Michael Mandler, Rolf Mantel, Joan Robinson, John Shoven, Martin Shubik, and John Whalley.
The Correspondence series is comprised of paper communication both composed and received by Davis. The series consists of personal and business correspondence and memos, postcards, invitations, announcements, and greeting cards. A bulk of correspondence are those maintained with the hosts and collaborators of his excursions to West Africa during the early 1990s. Additionally, there are letters and postcards written to Davis's parents, Tony and Ethel.
The Correspondence and Contracts Series includes primarily professional correspondence sent (1956-2011) and received (1958-2012 and undated) by Seelye. There are letters from fellow academics and publishers as well as notices from institutions. Occasionally features items of a personal nature, especially following Seelye's retirement around 2008. The sent and received correspondence is arranged chronologically, and includes a few subject files Seelye maintained for individuals. The series also features contracts and supporting documents focusing on Seelye's contact with his publishers. Includes contracts; general publishing correspondence sent and received, some concentrating on publishing rights and permissions; a few illustrations; along with reviews and reader's reports, when available, for his works. The contracts and supporting documents are arranged alphabetically.