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- Subject: Invitations X
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 1
Call Number: Ms-97-3
Abstract: The Charles Wilson Brown collection of Brown and Wilson family papers contain correspondence, manuscripts, and photographs related to Lanta Wilson Smith (Charles Brown's aunt), Rev. Henry Wheaton Brown (Charles Brown's father) and Rev. William Jones Wilson (Charles Brown's grandfather). The correspondence is largely written to or by Lanta Wilson Smith and includes some of her poetry; the remaining correspondence is written by or related to Rev. William Jones Wilson. Autobiographies of both Rev....
Call Number: OF-1M-1
Overview: The Committee on Lectureships records contain correspondence, invitations to speakers, minutes of meetings, programs, and publicity materials primarily related to the Charles K. Colver lectures and the Marshall Woods lectures. The materials are dated from 1917 to 1922.
Call Number: MS-2012-026
Overview: The Theodore Francis Green papers is a significant collection of correspondence, reports, speeches, financial and legal records, notes and newspaper clippings that relate to the life and career of the Rhode Island governor and United States Senator, as well as to his father, lawyer Arnold Green. The material dates from 1821 through 1961, with the bulk from 1900 through 1961.
Dates: 1821-1961, bulk 1900-1961
Call Number: Ms-2006-05
Overview: The Rush Hawkins collection (1750-1951(bulk 1830-1917)) contains personal, family, financial, and military correspondence and documents; photographs; and a variety of museum objects ranging from dinnerware and household items to clothing and personal accessories belonging to the Hawkins and Brown families. Most of the collection reflects the life and interests of Hawkins himself, with some items related to his wife Annmary Brown Hawkins and her family. Included in the papers are two significant...
Dates: 1750-1951, bulk 1830-1917
Call Number: Ms-Rider-Jenckes
Abstract: One box, chiefly correspondence to Thomas Allen Jenckes, Congressional Representative from Rhode Island, about legal matters and legislative affairs for the period of 1837 to 1870.
Call Number: Ms-2008-010
Abstract: This collection contains material, chiefly photographs, related to the "Just Say No" campaign against drug use from 1985 to 1996. It also includes some correspondence to and from the Just Say No Foundation and Just Say No International, slides, negatives, videocassettes and a workbook.
Dates: 1985-1996, bulk 1985-1992
Call Number: OF-1CA-L2zp
Overview: The Dean Nancy Duke Lewis files contain chiefly correspondence, much of it regarding Nancy Duke Lewis's installation as Dean of Pembroke College in 1950. There are several folders that were likely compiled by someone on the installation committee; they include planning materials such as invitation lists. There is also a folder about the Rhode Island Society for the Collegiate Education of Women. The material dates from about 1950 to 1958.
Dates: circa 1951-1958
Call Number: OF-1E-5zp
Overview: The Pembroke College Seventy-fifth Anniversary files include records kept by the anniversary committee, Dean Rosemary Pierrel, and the Alumnae Association Committee, which are comprised of minutes, correspondence, reports, and accounts. There are also programs, tickets, invitations, and articles. The material dates from 1965 to 1971.
Call Number: AMS-1ZW-R1
Abstract: The records of the Rhode Island Society for the Collegiate Education of Women (RISCEW) consist of the organization's meeting minute records, correspondence, news clippings, organizational histories, membership lists and financial ledgers from 1895-1971. Additional materials within the collection are reports by various committees, such as the Building Committee, Evaluation Committee, and the War Service Committee of 1918-1919.
Call Number: Ms-2012-006
Overview: The Nancy Lyman Roelker papers include research notes, photocopies, manuscripts, publications, letters, and teaching materials from her classes at Tufts University, Boston University and Brown University. Also included are juvenilia and memorabilia from her secondary school teaching career. Roelker's field was sixteenth century France and her subjects included Henry of Navarre and Jeanne d'Albret, as well as sixteenth century French noblewomen and French Huguenots. The material dates from...
Dates: 1927-1993, bulk 1963-1985