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Born in 1934, near Boston, John Wieners studied at Black Mountain College from 1955-1956. An associate of the San Francisco and Beat Writers, he is an American poet and gay activist.
The papers of German born illustrator and children's book author Hans Wilhelm.
A small collection consisting of photocopies of several letters and one document written by Samuel Willard in 1816. Location of the originals is unknown.
5 boxes of announcements, publicity, publications and programs associated with exhibitions and programs offered by the Benton--enveloped by year. Oversize posters (publicity)
Publications, photographs and memorabilia of Leander and Jean Williams documenting their association with the University of Connecticut. Some family materials are also included (Gillette, Patterson).
Documentation of the establishment and research of the Connecticut Mastitis Control Program at the University of Connecticut.
Menus, digital photographs, transcription of interview with Jeff Kelly
10 color posters of Withers' WWII era illustrations
Born in New York in 1912; graduated in 1933 with a B. A. in Economics from the University of Chicago; was actively involved in political journalism from 1934 to 1941; operated several public-relations firms, including Herman Wolf Associates; served as a chief campaign aide for many successful campaigns for offices; member of the National Press Club, the Public Relations Society of America, and the Bridgeport Chamber of Commerce.
Professor of Mathematics at the University of Connecticut until his retirement in 1988.
The collection contains memoranda, papers, reports and a few photographs collected by Solomon Wollman, photographer for the University of Connecticut (1951-).
The Women's Club of Storrs began as the College Club in 1903. The purpose of the club, as stated in the first club constitution, was to promote literary and social culture. Membership was open to women connected with the [University of Connecticut] faculty, and included a few women faculty and faculty wives. A new constitution adopted in 1917 changed the name to the Women's Club of Storrs, and offered membership to “any woman of the community interested in the aims of the club.”
The Women's Studies Program at the University of Connecticut began in 1974 and was the first formal program of its kind in the state. The collection consists of Connecticut Humanities Council grant files, administrative records, announcement, fliers and publications.
A graduate of the University of Connecticut (B.A., 1951) and the University of Texas--Austin (M.A.), had a long career in all aspects of music and musicology, including teaching, writing, performing, conducting and directing.
Materials associated with the responsibilities of State Historian and instruction in Connecticut and early American history by Walter Woodward, Ph.D.
The collection contains administrative records, correspondence, fliers, notes, and transcripts related to the World Education Fellowship from 1969-1992.
This collection consists of forty-four large informational posters published by the U.S. Army Information Branch during the Second World War in order to provide news from the war fronts and educate service members on friendly and enemy equipment, tactics, and other important subjects. This collection represents only a fractio n of the entire run; more than two hundred posters were published between 1942 and 1946.
Wynna Wright was born in Chelsea, MA, on 9 November 1899, the daughter of John W. (newspaper editor) and Grace Wright. She graduated from Smith College in 1921. Ms. Wright died 11 March 1980 in Contoocook, NH.
The collection consists of microfilm set of the papers held at the University of Witswatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. These papers are digitized and can be found through the following link (http://historicalpapers-atom.wits.ac.za/b-xuma-papers).
Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company was established in 1868 by Linus Yale and Henry Towne in Stamford, Connecticut. Yale & Towne Manufacturing was the leading employer in the Stamford, Connecticut, area for many years.
The collection contains preliminary and original art created by Ed Young as illustrations for children's books.
The collection consists of correspondence, maps, photographic images, car rosters, administrative reports, and other materials about trolley and street railroad cars and the history of the Connecticut Company, which controlled fourteen divisions of street railroad companies across the state of Connecticut from 1905 to 1948. These documents were collected by William B. Young who compiled this information for a comprehensive database about the company's trolley cars.
At the time of its formation in 1866, the Hartford Association was one of the earliest Associations for young women in America, and the first community social agency in Hartford.