The collection predominantly consists of paper-handouts and mini-booklets. In addition, there are some newspaper clippings and both ledger and composition notebooks to record meetings. There are guidebooks to the village of Menands anniversary celebrations in the collection as well. Please note there are gaps in the collection record in the 1940s and then again in the 1960s and 1970s, with the meeting program guides. Series one contains administrative records. In the records there are meeting minutes and treasury information. Correspondence pertaining to administration of the Club and membership directories are also in this section. Series two contains materials related to programs and events. Within this series is correspondence regarding the history of the Club, program guides and newsclippings. There also are items retained by Club members that relate to the history of Menands, but pre-date the The Literary Club. These records were located in the homes of members and members' ... Read More
Pi Omega Pi Beta Eta Chapter (State University of New York at Albany)
State University of New York Albany
The Pi Omega Pi, Beta Eta Chapter Records include the 1942 charter for the organization, though the bulk of records document activities in the chapter from the 1960s through the 1980s. This activity is reflected in administrative documents such as meeting minutes and a treasury book, as well as the social functions of the organization which are documented through banquet and initiation programs and scrapbooks. There also are files about a memorial scholarship established to honor Dr. Edward Cooper at the university. Other records in the collection reflect the society at the national level through the inclusion of such items as a national organizational history, newsletters, constitution and brochures
Two scrapbooks compiled by Frank Cole Babbitt, 1882-1891 and 1882-1892, 1924. The first volume, 1882-1891, includes materials related to Babbitt's academic studies and extracurricular activities at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. It then documents Babbitt's undergraduate experience at Harvard, beginning with his preliminary examinations and certificate of admission. The scrapbook chiefly consists of programs from Boston theatre and musical events, as well as tickets, programs, menus, correspondence documenting Babbitt's academics, Class Day ephemera, materials related to Harvard societies, including the Harvard Glee Club, Classical Club, Phi Beta Kappa, Connecticut Club of Harvard University, and the Harvard Cooperative Society. The scrapbook ends with documentation of Babbitt's alumni activities, including his involvement with the Graduate Club of Harvard University
This collection contains two items related to Harvard aeronautics collected by Hugh Bridgman. It includes an official program for the Harvard-Boston Aero Meet, which was held at the Harvard Aviation Field from August 26 to September 4, 1911 in Atlantic, Massachusetts (present Quincy, Massachusetts). The program features a roster of meet officers and committee members, a history of aeronautics with photographs, lists and programs of events and participating aviators, musical programs, a map of the Harvard Aviation Field, directions to the field, meet rules, and advertisements. Also included in the collection is a letter from an unidentified author, dated April 8, 1919, announcing a party to be held on May 10, 1919, at the Harvard Club of Boston, in celebration of the return of the American Expeditionary Forces aviators from World War I.
This collection includes administrative and financial records, journals, annual conference programs, oversize posters, video recordings, and born-digital records from the Central States Communication Association (previously Central States Speech Association) for the years 1937-2014
Eric R. Kandel is a neurophysiologist and the recipient of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for "discoveries concerning signal transduction in the nervous system." The papers include awards files, clippings, correspondence, lectures, photographs, publications, reprints, syllabi, videotapes, and dissertations written by Kandel's students