Morris Weisfeld papers, undated 0.5 Linear Feet — 3 Items
Contains three bound booklets of outlines and lessons for courses on Modern Algebra, Elementary Topology and Wave Equations.
Contains three bound booklets of outlines and lessons for courses on Modern Algebra, Elementary Topology and Wave Equations.
The Department of Theater Studies Records, 1969-2002 contains correspondence, planning documents, slides, photographs and audiovisual materials related to the administration of the department. The collection also includes materials from a diverse array of student and faculty theater productions. The Department of Theater Studies Records also contains correspondence, planning documents, clippings, promotional materials, slides, photographs, audiovisual materials and electronic records from professional productions brought to campus through the Theater Previews series.
This collection was compiled from a variety of sources by the University Archives for use in reference and research. It includes reprints of articles and a speech written by Durden about Duke University, the Duke Family, and The Duke Endowment as well as a bibliography of selected works by Durden and clippings. The material ranges in date from circa 1965-2001.
The collection documents the academic and personal activities of William C. Turner, Jr., Duke alumni and faculty member at Duke Divinity School. Materials include personal and administrative correspondence regarding Turner's roles as pastor and administrator, manuscripts of lectures and sermons, syllabi and notes for courses taught, notes from classes taken while a student, subject files, and records of the United Holy Church of America, Inc. denomination in which Turner was deeply involved and on which he wrote his Ph.D. dissertation. The collection also includes VHS, CD, and DVD recordings of some of his sermons. Major topics covered include black student life at Duke; Turner's involvement in the Department of Afro-American Studies, Office of Black Affairs, and Office of Black Church Studies; Turner's academic work on the Holy Spirit and black spirituality; pastoral work in African American churches in Durham; and the history of the United Holy Church of America, Inc.
The majority of images in the collection are faculty and staff portraits taken by Duke Photography staff; a few pictures of students or of other individuals not affiliated with Duke are included. The collection contains photographic prints of various sizes, both black-and-white and color; contact sheets; negatives, including black-and-white 35mm negatives, positive 35mm color slides, and other sizes; and seven CDs of digital files. Most of the items are undated but appear to be from the 1980s through around 2000. Most items include a job number assigned by Duke Photography, either on the back of photographs or on the plastic sheets housing the negatives.
Collection contains alumni newsletters, publications, technical papers, department brochures, conference programs, memoranda, annual reports, as well as documents relating to the proposed phasing out of the Forestry School in 1975 and resultant student protests. Also includes papers from the 1965 Tropical Forestry Symposium sponsored by the School of Forestry, black and white photographs of the arboretum, and color photos and slides of School's field days in 1977 and 1979. Removed photographs from albums and interleaved in folders for preservation.
The Ernestine Friedl papers include personal and professional correspondence, subject files, course materials, articles, reprints, field notes, and sound recordings related to her anthropological research and her roles as professor and administrator at Queens College and Duke University.
Contains materials from Saville's various courses taught at Duke. Also includes facsimiles of musical manuscripts, and vocal parts for music used as class examples and as part of the Madrigal Singers' performance repertoire. Collection also contains a wooden box of lantern slides and negatives, primarily of scenes from historical opera performances and opera houses. Removed rubber-bands, 1 folder of receipts and photocopy requests, 1 folder of student employment records, 1 folder of salary information and peripheral "to do" lists.
Collection includes grade reports, receipts for charges such as tuition and room/board, Student Activities Pay Day receipts, graduation materials, Alpha Chi Omega materials, photographs, record albums, and Duke-related artifacts.
The collection includes 3-page survey forms completed by approximately 500 seniors in Durham, Guilford and Wake County high schools, circa 1955. The survey was titled "Plans of High School Seniors," and included questions about their families' economic status and educational background, living conditions, current activities and post-graduation plans. The forms are arranged by county, then school and sex, then numerically by an apparent score or value penciled on the form. Additionally, the collection contains a typed draft manuscript of a work, mimeographed copies of a proposal to offer the Ed.D. at Duke and mimeographed copies of papers relating to Wilmer Wilborne, et al vs. H. P. Taylor, et al, a civil rights suit against Washington County (N.C.) schools which include a copy of "A Report on a Comparison and the Program and Facilities of Instruction in the Negro and White Schools of Durham," by John W. Carr, Jr. (Professor of Education at Duke) and other material on Durham schools, along with a report on Arlington County (V.A.) high schools. The material ranges in date from circa 1947-1955.
Not all of the surveys have a penciled value or score on them. Since the purpose of the value or score is unknown, surveys with values or scores may fall under FERPA rules as protected information. As such, access to those surveys may be prohibited.
This collection contains memoranda, newsletters, catalogs and other records. Topics include Duke University administration.
Material includes lecture notes, papers concerning the Southeastern Personnel Conference, and papers related to Joerg's administrative duties at Duke.
The collection includes a copy of the 1949 February "Bulletin of Duke University: School of Spanish Studies," photographs, and a guest log of social events hosted by Lundeberg and his wife.
Collection includes correspondence, subject files, images, sound recordings (audiocassettes, reel-to-reel tapes, and digital audio), film (16mm), video tape (U-Matic, 2-inch quadruplex, and digital video), and multimedia of events related to Duke occurring both on and off campus. There is a detailed subject file on index cards for most of the film and some of the sound recordings, as well as other indexes and notes.
Notable people documented on film and tape include Keith Brodie, Terry Sanford, Douglas M. Knight, Orin Pilkey, Robert Menzies, Jerry Falwell, Billy Graham, Queen Noor al Hussein, Jesse Jackson, Waylon Jennings, Juanita Kreps, Robert McNamara, Ronald Reagan, William Westmoreland, Desmond Tutu, Elie Wiesel, Reynolds Price, Martin Luther King, Jr., Hubert Humphrey, Richard Nixon, Stokely Carmichael, Kenneth Clark, Sidney Cohen, Adam Clayton Powell, Betty Friedan, B. F. Skinner, Sam Ervin, Alex Haley, Tom Wolfe, Buckminster Fuller, and Cesar Chavez. There are also film and recordings documenting Duke University basketball, football, commencement, convocation, homecoming, the Epoch Campaign announcement, student unrest in the 60s, the Silent Vigil held after the death of Dr. King, the Duke Marine Laboratory, the discovery of the U.S.S. Monitor, oceanographic research, the 1954 Orange Bowl, Joe College Weekend, various campus scenes, Duke Gardens, and the Richard Nixon Library controversy. Completed films include "Response to Our Challenge" and "This is Duke".
The album contains multiple black and white photographs with subjects including exterior shots of campus buildings and some interior shots (such as the Dope Shop in the Duke Stores' basement as well as dormitory rooms) and students (some of whom are identified). The album dates from circa 1936. The album spine is fragile and should be handled with utmost care.
Papers include correspondence, subject files, articles, and reprints written and collected by Harry L. Levy, relating to his research in classical studies, and his roles as a professor and administrator.
The collection consists of biographical files of Duke University faculty, staff, alumni, and others compiled by the News Service. The files contain primarily clippings and also curricula vitae, and other printed materials; most photographic materials were separated into other folders, described below.
Collection includes manuscripts, clippings, course materials, and handwritten research notes relating to Carroll's publishing project on German World War I and World War II documents. There is also a book-length manuscript entitled "The Western Powers and Soviet Russia, 1917-1921," a book review for the South Atlantic Quarterly, five addresses, and a copy of the preliminary bibliography of the writings of Dr. Carroll, which was compiled by Frederic B. M. Hollyday. While most items are undated, the collection ranges in date from circa circa 1930-1954.
Scrapbook contains photographs, postcards, calling cards, invitations, programs, poems, and other assorted ephemera and memorabilia. Among the programs are several from church services in Durham and Asheville, theatre productions including performances by the Taurian Players and the YWCA, and several guest lectures at Duke. Also present are exams, quizzes, and study questions from courses at Duke in Bible study, religions of China and Japan, Egypt and Mesopotamia.
The scrapbook has been disassembled and foldered for preservation purposes. Detached clippings and assorted ephemera are housed in envelopes. Nitrate negatives are closed to use; digital scans are available with advance request.
Collection contains materials from John Stewman's time as an engineer for the Duke Construction Company during the building of West Campus. The collection largely includes photographs and negatives of the construction of Duke Chapel from December 10, 1930 to May 2, 1932, taken and identified by John Stewman. Also included are engineering drawings and specifications for buildings on West Campus. The material ranges in date from about 1926-1932.
Album contains photographs that document student life in the late 1920s and early 1930s. Photographs include formal portraits, candid snapshots taken on what is today East Campus, and baseball players in uniform.
This collection includes approximately 100 survey plats of Duke University properties prior to the construction on East Campus and West Campus from the years 1925-1926. Some plats represent part of what is now Duke Forest. The plats show details of the topography and terrain, roads and streets, bodies of water, trees and buildings. A key map is included. On the reverse side of some plats, it is indicated that the surveys were used by A. C. Lee, Chief Engineer of the Duke Construction Company and the plats may have been produced by the Atlantic Realty Company. Also included are plats representing the Duke Homestead from 1932 that were possibly drawn by V.A. Stewman. Topics include Duke Construction Company, East Campus, West Campus, Duke Forest and the Duke Homestead.
Drawings are pen and pencil on paper mounted to cloth, measuring approximately 23"x30", organized according to geographic locations The scale is approximately 50 feet to the inch.
This collection contains 20,122 negatives related to sports at Duke, and they range in date from about 1924 to 1992, 1995 and undated. The sports represented are as follows: baseball, basketball, boxing, cheerleading, cross country, fencing, field hockey, football, golf, gymnastics, lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, track, wrestling, and volleyball. There is a series for general athletics, which tends to include images of physical education instructors or coaches from all sports. There is also a series called "Undetermined," which lists individuals for whom no sport or tie to athletes could be determined.
The subjects within each series include athletes, coaches, athletic staff (such as secretaries and trainers), team pictures, game shots, trophies, and athletic fields and facilities. The athletes may have been photographed in uniform, in suits, or in letterman sweaters. They may have been photographed with family and/or friends. Oftentimes, the athletes were posed in faux action shots.
There are not very many images of women athletes, but there are some available, including a small number of images of Women's Athletic Association members playing baseball (not softball), basketball, and tennis.
The records of the Duke University YWCA span the years 1923 to 1985, with the bulk dating between 1930 and 1970, and include reports, printed matter, correspondence, sermons, clippings, and financial records. Prominent subjects include race relations, annual activities of YWCA, community service, Edgemont Community and sermons preached at Duke Chapel during the 1960s.
Collection includes publications such as 1931 issue of "Opportunity: Journal of Negro Life," published by the National Urban League and 1931 issue of "Black Justice," published by the American Civil Liberties Union.
This collection contains information and materials documenting the operations of the Divinity School, including the activities of its deans, faculty, students, as well as various councils, committees and organizations within and associated with the school. Types of documents include correspondence, reports, convocations, information about the expansion and renovation of the school, strategic plans, minutes of various council, committee, and faculty meetings, photographs, sermons, bulletins, records of the theological society and other organizations within the school, financial records, lectures, publications, subject files, statistics, deans' files, academic programs, information about field education, alumni affairs, information about faculty members, documents relating to the early history of the Divinity School when it was known as the School of Religion, and other administrative files and records.
The scrapbook contains programs, clippings and black and white photographs as well as correspondence. In addition to the scrapbook, a 1923 Chanticleer and a metal match case bearing the Trinity College seal and the initials GWJ were donated. The 1923 yearbook was added to the Chanticleer duplicates and the match case was shelved with other relics. The collection ranges in date from circa 1920-1935.
Flyers and posters, newspaper and magazine clippings, calendars, event programs and other materials pertaining to the arts at Duke and Trinity College. The bulk dates are 1972-2000. Includes a plan of the "Woodland Stage" at Trinity College along with programs and contracts for performances at Trinity by the Ben Greet Players and the Coburn Players, circa 1910-1916.
This collection consists of publications that feature photographs and drawings of the Trinity College and Duke University campuses along with descriptive text. The publications were sent to prospective students and used in publicity and fundraising.
Collection contains correspondence, Cranford's notebooks from graduate courses at Yale University, transcripts and notes from articles on, mentioning, or by Cranford (with notes taken by H. E. Kolbe), transcripts and notes from papers and lectures by Cranford (notes by Kolbe), manuscripts, miscellaneous notes and drafts for articles and lectures, material collected by Kolbe on Cranford, and a school notebook (circa 1790s) which is believed to have been from the Edwards family. A bulk of the correspondence (primarily from 1893-1895 and 1905), is personal and includes letters written by and to William Cranford, including many to and from Nellie Edwards, who later became his wife. Also included are numerous letters from Mrs. Mary Jane Edwards (M.J.Edwards), Nellie's mother, to William Cranford while he was attending Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, and letters to Nellie Edwards from a variety of close friends and former students. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. One folder consists of miscellaneous materials such as receipts, miniature sheet music, and samples of steel pens from Perry & Co's Steel Pens.
Much of the correspondence, loose sheets, and notebooks are fragile and should be handled with care. The material ranges in date from circa 1889-1934, with many of the materials undated.
The collection includes correspondence, speeches, Duke-related material, Emory-related material, clippings, printed material, scrapbooks, and photographs. The material relates not only to Edens' professional career, but also to his family history and to that of his wife. The majority of the collection consists of family photographs, many of which are unidentified and undated.
The Ella Fountain Pratt Papers contain materials pertaining to Pratts's personal life and professional accomplishments. A majority of the collection is comprised of personal correspondence, records, and news clippings that document Ella's education, her participation in the Durham Arts scene, and her experiences as a longtime employee at Duke University. Newer accessions also include photographs (largely unidentified and undated) of both Ella and her husband as well as their sons and Mr. Pratt's family as well as genealogical information, Mr. Pratt's correspondence, and materials pertaining to his education and work at Duke University, in addition to his service in the U. S. Navy during World War II. Of note is a letter signed by Richard Nixon soon after he was defeated in the 1960 election. The collection also includes notable autographs of the various artists Ella Fountain Pratt encountered during her lifetime. Items in the collection range from circa 1850-2008, with the bulk from 1960-2000.
The collection is primarily composed of correspondence during F.H. Wood's time as chaplain in the confederate army, as well as sermon outlines and notes encompassing his long itinerant preaching career. The correspondence is a varied mix of originals, facsimile copies, and transcriptions. Some of the facsimiles and transcriptions do not have the original present in the collection. Correspondents include his wife and children. Topics of the sermons are widely varied, but follow a standardized pattern of 1-2 readings, hymn book numbers, and 3 point sermons on a topic related to the readings.
The collection also includes secondary source material assembled posthumously by Franklin Wood's family. This includes a memoir, photographs, and an excerpt from a published work.
Contains typescripts, correspondence, and printed matter, with the bulk of the material consisting of the manuscript of Dr. Plyler's unpublished biography of William Preston Few, written in 1948-1949, as well as copies of Few's writings and addresses. There are several folders of related printed matter, research notes, and articles, including typescripts annotated by Dr. Few and Dean Alice Baldwin. Correspondence concerns the North Carolina Pastors' School, Methodist Conference matters, and the Few biography. The collection also includes some genealogical notes and other typescripts by Dr. Plyler. The collection ranges in date from 1832-1950.
Collection includes correspondence, reports, course syllabi, printed matter, drafts, research notes, manuscripts, lectures, photographs, clippings, maps, and other papers.
The arrangement of the collection is by accession dates. These additions follow the order given in the collection file and are not presented in chronological order.
The 1981 Additions (A81-60) include extensive correspondence, numerous drafts and published articles and reviews, photocopies of primary sources, some research notes, and administrative papers dealing with the Duke University History Dept. The chief subjects include Canadian military affairs, general military history, military education, and Canadian Studies as a historical subdiscipline. There is a folder list for this addition that is part of the collection file.
The 1980 Additions includes printed material, correspondence, studies, reports, articles, drafts, proofs, outlines, lectures, syllabi, clippings, photos, maps, and other papers. Major subjects include Canadian history, especially military history and current military and defense concerns. The first major portion of this Addition is made up of correspondence about Preston's own research and writings of other scholars. Other materials include Preston's research notes; photocopies and typed copies of historical documents; and guides to historical collections. There are also administrative files about the History Dept. at Duke, and the Canadian Studies Program. There is a small amount of material about the alumni of the Royal Military College in Canada, where Preston taught for a number of years. The second major portion of this Addition focuses on various aspects of modern Canadian defense and external security, Canada and NATO, relations with the British Commonwealth, and Canadian domestic affairs.
The collection contains the academic and personal papers of John R. Gregg, Professor Emeritus of Zoology at Duke University. The collection includes correspondence between Gregg and leading biologists such as Joseph Henry Woodger and Arstrid Lindenmayer and notes and drafts of Gregg's many publications, research notes on a variety of subjects in Biology and Zoology, and materials related to lectures given by Gregg. The collection also reflects Gregg's experiences as a professor of Zoology at Duke University with lecture notes and class materials relating to classes he taught. Materials also include personal papers relating to Gregg's passionate interest in archery, including blueprints and designs of archery equipment created by Gregg.
The Art Association Records include minutes, correspondence, photographs, exhibit catalogs, lists of objects, membership lists, and related materials. Major subjects include faculty spouses, art appreciation, the American Federation of Arts, the Carl Shurz Memorial Foundation for the Development of Cultural Relations Between the United States and Germany, the College Art Association, and the Southern States Art League.
The collection consists of research materials, events and project planning materials, and photographs. This includes documents related to planning for the Circular Economy event, Energy Justice project, and the fossil fuel divestment campaign and protest. Materials span 2021-2022.
The Latin American Student Organization (LASO) records contains one sweatshirt featuring the group's logo.
Collection contains administrative records, materials related to programming, recruitment, and community engagement. Includes promotional materials; planning and strategy records; materials from professional development workshops; meeting agendas and notes; newsletters and social media planning documents; resources for careers in the marketing, tech, consulting, and finance industries; and presentations from the Intro to Business course. Materials in the collection span 2019 to 2021.
The collection consists of administrative records, marketing materials, photographs, and video recordings. Administrative records include meeting agendas, financial and budget records, and records related to deciding which songs and dances to perform at events. The bulk of the materials are marketing materials, photographs, video recordings. Marketing materials include promotional materials created for Instagram and YouTube, member profile photographs, and logo and other graphic design records. Photographs include member photographs, group photographs, and photographs of rehearsals and performances. Video recordings are mostly of live performances.
Duke Ballroom Dance Club records are administrative documents including the constitution; leadership position lists; waivers; and DanceSport rulebooks. The collection also includes competition registration sheets; logistics; meeting agendas; member lists; surveys; Fred Astaire dance class documents; content for posting to social media for advertising and club updates on Instagram and Facebook, by direct email; graphic designs for club shirts and jackets; planning documents for Cackalacky, Carolina Ballroom Brawl, DC DanceSport Inferno, National Collegiate DanceSport Championships, and the Triangle Open; Duke venue schedules; and lighting cues and performance videos for WorlDuke 2017. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, also included are slides used for the Blue Devil's Day virtual tabling for recruiting club members.
The Duke Taekwondo records cover 2017-2019 and consist of background documents, practice guides, belt testing information, certificates, tournament information, and photographs.
Collection includes: emails; sign-up lists; event and meeting information; flyers; playlists; and financial and administrative materials. The records represented in the collection are from 2017-2018, when Duke student Philip Moss served as president of the Jazz @ committee. Some of the events covered in the collection include: Jazz @ The Coffeehouse; Jazz Brunch; and Latin Jazz Night.
Records include member notes, a mission statement, goals, documents related to an oral history project, and meeting minutes and agendas.
Two flyers for an event sponsored by Progress. Period. and a button.
The collection consists of materials relating to Marion Quirici's work with the Duke Disability Alliance, Disability and Access Initiative, and disability advocacy. Includes records relating to the creation of a Health Humanities and Disability Studies minor at Duke University; photographs, programs, and promotional materials for events such as Disability Pride Week, Disability and the Arts, and Disability in the Disciplines Conference; reports and proposals from the Duke Disability Alliance and the Disability and Access Initiative; and presentations on topics like accessible pedagogy, trauma informed care, and disability conscious medicine. Materials span 2016-2022.
Contains executive, general body, and advisor meeting minutes and agenda; records related to events planning and marketing; rosters; and presentations, lesson plans, syllabi, and assignments for the PASH House Course. Collection spans 2016-2018.
The Duke Amandla Chorus records span 2016-2017 and include images and moving image recordings of various performances, group photographs, lyrics, meeting minutes, a rehearsal schedule, and the Duke Amandla Chorus logo.
Collection includes files relating to the First-Year Advisory Counselor (FAC) program, covering the following topics: Board recruitment, selection, and accountability; orientation week (called "O-Week"); meeting slides and notes; training; and rosters. There are also photographs of students at events and videos created by FAC board members.
Native American Student Alliance records include photographs of members at events; a PowerPoint presentation explaining cultural appropriation; NASA's constitution; general board meeting minutes; and newsletters.
Collection consists of computer files comprising oral histories conducted by students with LGBTQ Duke alumni in 2015 and 2016. The oral histories document the inviduduals' experiences as members of the LGBTQ community before, during, and after their time at Duke. The alumni attended Duke between the mid-1970s and 2000s and describe experiences at and around Duke and Durham, North Carolina from a variety of perspectives and time periods.
Some interviews also compare the LGBTQ experience at Duke and in Durham to other locations around the country over different time periods.
Collection consists of financial records, publicity materials, photographs, video recording from events, meeting notes, and events planning records. This includes materials for Spring Symposium, Adopt-A-Stream, workshops, and field trips. Materials in the collection span 2014-2022.
The collection consists of meeting minutes and agenda, photographs of events and members, materials for projects, and drafts of articles and public statements from BDU. Collection contains panels from the "Voices Unheard: The LGBTQ Experience of Persecution: The Holocaust (1933-1945)" exhibit created as part of a larger exhibit for Genocide Remembrance Week in 2014. The exhibit was designed by BDU members Lauren Silk and Fiona McCrossin. Also contains materials related to programs and events such as the Bifurcated Exhibit, education workshops, conference presentations, and Duke Queer Film Fest. Contents span 2014 to 2017.
The Desarrolla Records span 2014-2016 and include founding documents, organization information, records of the marketing and networking teams, and brand image materials. Founding documents consist of iterations of the organization's constitution and by-laws. Organizational records include organizational charts, a vision and recruitment video, and a year-end presentation describing progress made. Records of the marketing and networking teams include marketing metrics, survey results, and materials used to promote the organization and its mission.
A report and presentation slide regarding social and gender relations among undergraduates. The report was released in April 2014.
Collection consists of materials related to social, networking, and career events; finance and budget records; administrative records; and outreach materials. Also includes video recordings, documents, and photographs from the Spring and Fall Symposiums. Materials in this collection span 2013 to 2022.
The Duke Graduate Students Union records span 2013-2018, with the bulk of the material from 2016-2017. Records include correspondence with University administration, the Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC), DGSU membership, and University listserves, as well as solidarity letters from other labor entities. Also included are promotional materials such as presentations and advertisements, collected anti-union organizing materials, meeting notes, legal documents filed with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) related to the petition to unionize, media coverage, and photographs of events held by DGSU during their campaign.
The DukeMakers records include 3D printed objects created by members of the club as well as images of additional 3D printed objects, administrative material for the club, documentation for 3D printers, and promotional materials.
The Who Needs Feminism records include website snapshots of the campaign Tumblr and Facebook pages, print-outs of social media campaign activity, news articles on the campaign, and reflection essays written by the 16 students who originally created the campaign. Website captures include daily snapshots of the Facebook and Tumblr pages from 2012-2016. Print-outs include posts and submissions on the campaign's Tumblr and Facebook pages, as well as posts on Twitter including the hashtag #whoneedsfeminism and articles written about the campaign at Duke and elsewhere. Also included are some limited statistics from Google Analytics on the Tumblr page in April and early May 2012.
Reflection essays written by the 16 students in Women in the Public Sphere include the students' thoughts on the origin and development of the campaign as well as reactions to what happened as the campaign gained worldwide attention. Several of these essays have not been released for access by their authors and may not be viewed.
The Duke Disability Alliance Records consist of projects created for the Spring 2017 Writing 101 class "Modernism and Madness," taught by Dr. Marion Quirici, as well as an exhibit poster for NeuroDIVERSITY and Inclusion. The projects primarily consist of posters with images and text examining the experiences of neurodivergent individuals. Contains an archived copy of the DDA's blog from 2012-2015. Includes materials relating to (In)Visible:COVID-19 at Duke, a publication designed and published by students in the Pandemics, Health, and Power, Fall 2021 course of the Duke Immerse program. This includes a digital copy of the publication and audio description files.
The collection includes a binder kept by Keith Daniel in his role as staff director of Commemorating 50 Years, programs, brochures, newsclippings, short reflections written by alumni at events in New York, Atlanta, and Los Angeles, and a DVD of interviews with the first black undergraduate students conducted during the class reunion of 2012. The binder includes correspondence, meeting notes, schedules, and other materials related to the planning of events during the year-long commemoration.
The collection contains scripts, publicity, and production materials related to the productions of Me Too Monologues on the campus of Duke university. Most records date from 2011-2014, with web captures of the group's website in 2015 and 2017-ongoing.
The Divinity Student Council Records consist of materials related to the functions of the Divinity School Council, especially in the planning of events and activities, the election of representatives, and its work with affiliated groups. Materials include meeting minutes, forms, policies, fliers, newsletters, and lists of resources for elected representatives. Materials related to the Refectory, the Black Seminarian's Union, and the DSC Executive Committee are restricted for ten years from date of creation.
DCD records contain the website, and materials used for planning, performing and documenting annual performances including the Duke Chinese Dance Showcase also known as the LNY (Lunar New Year), and the Fallcase. Specifically, the collection includes planning questions; programs; recorded music; performance photograph; scripts; lighting cues; costume inventory; SOFC and CEF grant audits; member lists; promotional fliers; backstage photographs; choreography notes; rosters; schedules; meeting agendas and notes; and social media.
The University Archives Web Archive Collection consists of approximately website snapshots harvested between 2010 and the present. The majority of the collection are Duke University-affiliated sites, either built on domains owned by the University or on external platforms by affiliated offices, departments, or organizations.
The collection is arranged into eight series: Administration, Academics, Athletics, Public Relations, Student Organizations, Campus Controversies, Miscellaneous, Publications, and Student Activism. The Administration Series includes websites of Duke administrative offices and units. The Academics Series includes websites of academic colleges, departments, and programs, as well as research institutes, interdisciplinary programs, and materials related to faculty. The Athletics Series includes websites of the Duke Athletics program as well as student-run club athletics. The Public Relations Series includes websites related to Duke's communication with employees, the government, students, and the general public. The Student Organizations Series is the largest grouping in the collection, and includes websites of general interest groups, the Greek system, honors societies, selective living groups, arts organizations, political and social cause organizations, religious and cultural organizations, service organizations, and student government. The Campus Controversies Series includes websites collected about controversial events involving Duke and its student body. The Miscellaneous Series consists of several websites that do not fit into the above series.The Publications Series consists of the websites of various publications produced by Duke and Duke-affiliated organizations. The Student Activism series consists of websites, social media content, and individual blog posts and online articles related to various movements on campus led by students.
Due to the size of the collection, the techniques and tools of web harvesting, and the evolving nature of the Internet, some websites have been crawled more comprehensively than others and are represented more faithfully than others.
The collection includes minutes from council meetings, agendas, promotional materials, strategy documents, and digital photographs of events, as well as captures of the group's two websites from 2010-2015 and Twitter feed from 2015. Also includes images and video recordings from Mi Gente's cultural showcase, Mezcla and materials from the Alianza Latina photo campaign. Contains materials for the Duke Without Mi Gente campaign including strategy documents for establishing a Latinx cultural center at Duke and a letter of solidarity with the students in the 2016 Allen Building sit-in.
Collection contains two CDs.
Records consist of documents related to planned events, meeting attendance, and organization administration. Materials related to events include planning documents, photographs, and digital video. The bulk of the materials are composed of digital photographs.
The Gente Aprendiendo para Nuevas Oportunidades (GANO) records include annual printed and digital scrapbooks, which detail the group's activities for the previous year and include testimonials for the group's work by the student tutors and the tutees. Also included are captures of the group's website from 2014-2015.
Duke Association for Business Oriented Women records include interest forms used in creating BOW; executive meeting agendas and minutes; General Body Meeting materials; event planning documents including the annual Spring Business Conference; photographs of executive board members, general members, and events; alumni correspondence; mentorship programs; the BOW Constitution; newsletters; PowerPoint presentations; resume and interview workshops; and recruitment events.
This collection contains President Brodhead's charge to the Campus Culture Initiative Steering Committee, the final report generated by the committee, and numerous documentation of what lead to the final report including agendas and minutes of the meetings, summaries of town-hall meetings, reports in service to the Steering Committee, and other assorted updates. Materials in the collection range in date from 2006-2007.
A copy of the Final Report of the committee is available through the Duke University Websites at Archive-It, and may be found at https://wayback.archive-it.org/1858/20100826192848/http://www.dukenews.duke.edu/reports/ccireport.pdf.
The All of the Above records contain programs, scripts, list of participants, a directors manual titled "Making all of the Above," and two mini DV digital videocassettes of the 2008 production. In 2019, All of the Above began including digital video files of the performances.
Collection includes postcards, pamphlets, flyers, publications, comic strips, statement of purpose, and conference schedule for the Cycles of Struggle: Genealogies of the Local Left conference held at Duke University, Nov. 11-12, 2005.
The collection contains materials pertaining to Dr. Brodhead's inauguration as Duke's President, September 18, 2004.
The Duke Human Rights Center at Franklin Humanities Institute records include promotional and other event-related materials, project information, grant materials, and other administrative materials. Included are posters, DVDs, correspondence, and other materials. Most materials are publicly-distributed promotional materials.
Collection contains materials pertaining to the formation and the operation of the Baldwin Scholars Program including the program proposal, recruitment and publicity materials, newsletter, annual reports, group photographs of the Baldwin Scholars, and information about retreats, seminars, and projects. Also included are the "Duke Inquiries in Gender: Report and Recommendation," and brief sketches of the Baldwin Scholars. Material ranges in dates from 2003-ongoing.
Carolyn Murray Happer interviewed nine alumnae who graduated from the period of 1931 to 1947. Her goal was to document the experiences and perceptions of women who attended Duke University during this period. In particular she wanted to know why they selected and how the Woman's College figured into that decision. She also explored her subject's position and negative experiences at Duke. Her interviewees include several class leaders, a member of the Duke family, and others who have had long established ties to the school after graduation.
The collection includes meeting notes, reports, correspondence, research, flyers, and other materials related to the activities of Parents@Duke. The materials document goal-setting discussions and advocacy efforts of the group with University administration as well as events and outreach.
Collection contains the office files of the Executive Director of the Program in Latino/a Studies in the Global South from 2008-2016, Jenny Snead Williams. Materials and topics include flyers for courses taught under the Program's instructors; proposals for the program's certificate status; budgets; information about art exhibits, conferences, scholarly lectures, and readings sponsored or co-sponsored by the program; information concerning similar programs; and printed material related to similar programs at other institutions. A DVD documenting publicity of the Malaquias Montoya exhibit is present in the corresponding folder. Two VHS cassette tapes are present documenting the 2003 Seeds of Change: Latino/a Citizenship(s) in the Here and Now conference. The materials date from 2001-2016.
Proceedings, brochures, agendas and other materials pertaining to the history, mission and operation of the Office. Proceedings of "Unity through Diversity" functions constitute the bulk.
The Duke-Durham Neighborhood Partnership Records contain detailed information on the programs and initiatives sponsored by the Duke Durham Neighborhood Partnership between 2000 and 2012. The collection contains planning documents, correspondence, notes and other materials related to both individual projects, as well as long-term programs such as the John Hope Franklin Youth Scholars program and collaborations with Durham Public Schools and Walltown Neighborhood Ministries. The collection also includes administrative materials employed by Duke-Durham Neighborhood Partnership committees and staff members including meeting minutes, background research, program evaluations and staff correspondence.
The collection contains organizational records, such as project participant lists, meeting minutes, budgets, plans, letters, programs, forms, surveys, and presentation slides, as well as xeroxed copies of photographs of Duke and Durham Public School students, and a Project Child t-shirt, documenting the activities of Project Child.
The Hindu Students Association Collection contains the organization's constitution, executive meeting notes, Bhajans (songs), materials from the 2003 Diwali, including informational handouts and the event program, and HSA flyers. The materials date from fall 2000 to spring 2004, the majority of which is from the 2003-2004 school year.
The collection includes photographs taken for the creation of the book Duke Chapel Illuminated as well as some materials related to the production of the book. The majority of the photographs are of the stained glass windows, statues, and carvings in, and views of the chapel; also included are photographs of events in and around the chapel, as well as images from the Duke University Archives of people, events, and scenes from the history of the Chapel. A small amount of material related to the layout and production of the book Duke Chapel Illuminated is also included.
The book The Architecture of Duke University by William Blackburn, 1939, was used to number and identify the stained glass windows, as well as provide information on the location of statues and carvings. A digital copy of this book is available via HathiTrust.
Glossy color photographs (various sizes) of the Board of Trustees from 1999-2011, with captions identifying individuals.
The Franklin Humanities Institute Records include materials from the FHI's first two decades, particularly annual reports, bylaws, meeting notes, position descriptions, grant application materials, and planning documents. Also includes photographs and video recordings of the event "From Slavery to Freedom Lab: Black Women Writers at Work."
The Sacred Worth records include meeting agendas, promotional materials, flyers, newsclippings, articles, and materials related to the 2014 exhibit Clouds of Witnesses.
The Donna Lisker Papers include materials from Lisker's work with the Baldwin Scholars Program, on the Steering Committee of the Women's Initiative, and as Associate Vice-Provost for Undergraduate Education. Topics covered include planning and development of the Baldwin Scholars Program, particularly in correspondence with Jean O'Barr, research and reports from the Women's Initiative and follow-up committees, Lisker's work with Alumni Affairs, planning of Central Campus/New Campus, retreats for and outreach to women alumni, curriculum and budget planning for the Baldwin Scholars Program, and other subjects. Included are correspondence, reports, research, budget documents, and other materials.
The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, research, and reports related to the Pulpit and Pew research project; Forum on Excellence/Advancing Pastoral Excellence Initiative project; Duke Youth Academy; and the website for national Sustaining Pastoral Excellence projects.
Collection contains two copies of "Thinking Outside the Box: Ideas for Improving Student Life at Duke University." (1999) This report is the result of a survey of student opinions on campus social life.
The collection includes clippings, press releases, statistics, rosters, programs and press brochures/media guides about the women's rowing team at Duke University. The material dates from 1998-[ongoing].
Collection contains organizational materials relating to the daily operations of the Campus Council including agendas and minutes for the general Council and executive board; newspaper articles, communications, a residential governance leadership manual, photographs and scrapbooks. Also included are captures of the Campus Council website from 2010-2012.
Records contain subject files, correspondence, reports, and planning documents related to Interdisciplinary Studies at Duke, including the Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies, the Franklin Humanities Institute, Information Science and Information Studies, Women's Studies, Science Technology and Human Values, the Black Faculty Initiative, the University Scholars Program, global health, arts and humanities, the arts warehouse, development and grants, and faculty involvement with interdisciplinary teaching.
The collection includes materials related to the formation and work of the Diversity Working Group, including correspondence, minutes, memorandums, survey forms, flyers, and other materials. Topics covered include the planning and administration of diversity workshops for library staff; feedback and correspondence related to these workshops; the creation, completion, and results of a 2002 workplace assessment survey; the summer film festival; desired workplace behaviors; and other subjects.
Collection includes an invitation and remarks made by Nannerl Overholser Keohane for the 1997 James B. Duke Society Gala Recognition Weekend.
The Something Borrowed Something Blue records consist of materials related to the activities, performances, album recording and releases, and music selection of the a cappella group Something Borrowed Something Blue. Included in the collection are audition sheets, song licensing information, fundraising proposals, member comments, publicity photographs, and a number of copies of music selections, some with notes, for the group's performances, among other materials. Also included are several albums released by the group, including two from the Jesus Christ Power and Light Company and several from SBSB, and captures of the group's website from 2010-2012.
Collection contains student essays from various Writing 20 classes and a clipping about the opening of the Writing Assistance Center in January 1979. Subjects present include the Duke Chapel Tower; medical ethics; prisoner's rights; religious pluralism; and 1950s America (citizenship and ideology). Items in the collection range in date from 1997-2007.
Collection includes newsletters, meeting minutes and agendas, budget materials, flyers, the organization's constitution, program materials, photographs, and snapshots of the organization's website.
The Rainbow Triangle Oral History Collection includes original oral history recordings, transcripts, biographical information on narrators, newsclippings, correspondence, and research materials. Oral history interviews are primarily sound recordings, covering a wide range of topics including the narrators' early lives, families and family relationships, education, social life, experience of their own sexual identity, experience in or work with the LGBT community (in the Triangle and elsewhere), activism, working lives, romantic partners, professional activities, and many other topics. Original recordings are primarily on audiocassette tapes. About half of the oral histories also include printed transcripts. A few oral histories also include additional biographical information about the narrator, much of it included on an information sheet created by the Rainbow Triangle project, but sometimes also including additional material such as news articles, correspondence, flyers, and other items. Also included are materials related to the planning and development of the project, including correspondence, drafts, notes, and background research into LGBT life in the Triangle and oral history as a documentary form, as well as several years worth of the Pink Triangle issue of the local Independent Weekly.
Contains printed email correspondence, photographs, clippings, publicity fliers, scripts, and a rosters of the Duke University Improv comedy group from 1997-2000.