Drexel University
The collection contains correspondence, including a series of letters between Godfrey and the poet Vachel Lindsay; Dr. Godfrey's publications, manuscripts, and speeches; administrative records from the Engineering Economics Foundation; and publications collected by Dr. Godfrey, including pamphlets and periodicals dealing with economics, national security, and the Jewish "threat.".
Drexel University
The collection consists of records of Nesbitt College of Design Arts and its predecessor departments from as early as 1894. It includes annual reports submitted by the dean of the school to Drexel's president from the 1920s to the 1970s, as well as other administrative reports pertaining to the college and Drexel as a whole. The collection also includes photographs, publications, newspaper clippings, speeches, and materials compiled about the history of the college. Particularly noteworthy items include instructors' notebooks and recipe cards dating as early as 1895; a complete list of graduates from 1928 to 1993; biographical information on deans Grace Godfrey, Ardenia Chapman, and J. Michael Adams; and chronologies of the school from the founding of the Department of Domestic Economy through the 1970s
Drexel University
The collection consists of game programs, newspaper clippings, administrative files, rosters, score sheets, and press material. The bulk is from 1950 to 1973; materials prior to 1950 consist mainly of game programs. Administrative files include a brief history of the football program up to the 1930s. Order in the collection has been imposed by the archivist
Drexel University
The collection consists of subject files compiled by President Creese on individuals associated with Drexel University, academic departments and administrative committees, national committees or organizations, and subjects or issues of interest. Formats include correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, and brochures. Dr. Creese's speeches, fundraising efforts during his tenure, and the administrative history of the university are particularly well documented
Drexel University
Manuscript of memoir of Dorothy Case Blechschmidt, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania graduate 1907
Drexel University
The bulk of this collection is annual reports from the 1960s and 1970s submitted by the director of graduate placement to the Office of University Relations. The reports contain summarized data on students placed, starting salaries, employers of Drexel graduates, and students going on to graduate school. The collection also contains a newsletter published by the Placement Services Center from 1979 and 1983-1985, as well as information booklets about the Placement Services Center for the classes of 1977 to 1981
Drexel University
The bulk of the records are correspondence; the collection also contains a copy of MacAlister's book, Manual Training in the Philadelphia Public Schools; addresses and a set of lectures by Dr. MacAlister; a brief set of financial records; and Dr. MacAlister's personal notebook. The correspondence was arranged and heavily annotated by Harriet E. Worrell, who worked as a research assistant for a book about Drexel's history, and the collection includes her research notes as well
Drexel University
This collection consists of reports produced by the Office of Research Administration. The reports summarize external funding received in the form of grants, research support, or contracted services provided by the university. They also list individual grant applications by faculty members and academic departments. Also included with the collection is a manual for the Office of Research Administration and a grant application to the National Science Foundation requesting support for building its research program
Drexel University
Records in the collection include the club's constitution, financial records, minutes, membership rosters, annual reports, and subject files on events sponsored by the Women's Club. The collection contains both the Drexel News Letter, published during World War II for Drexel servicemen, and a later newsletter for club members. A brief history of the club, written in 1947 by its history committee, is also included
Drexel University
Records of homeopathic institutions in Eastern Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia area, primarily the North American Academy of the Homeopathic Healing Art (also known as Allentown Academy). Includes the Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte, a publication of the exchange of experiences between practitioners of homeopathic medicine