Found in 1071 Collections and/or Records:
Alice Notley, born in 1945, is an American poet, author, and editor.
John Francis (Jack) O'Brien was born in Putnam, Connecticut, on March 21, 1896, and was a cable foreman for the Southern New England Telephone Company, beginning in February 1914. He died in Waterford, Connecticut, on September 19, 1983. The papers consist of photographs, correspondence and certificates, most involving Mr. O'Brien's service as a SNET employee.
The office created, handled and distributed the official communications of the instituions with the public and press communities. These operations were transferred to the Athletic Communications Office and the University Relations Office (currently known as University Communications) in 1977-19782 and 2000, respectively.
James B. Olcott was a member of the first Board of Trustees of Storrs Agricultural School, now the University of Connecticut.
The Charles Olson Research Collection contains the literary works, correspondence, photographs, and personal, professional, and family papers of writer and poet Charles Olson. This collection also includes some administrative records of Black Mountain College.
Ernest R. Olson, Jr. worked for the Interstate Commerce Commission as Associate Director in the Office of Policy and Analysis and as Assistant Director of Traffic. The collection contains a variety of materials pertaining to railroads beyond the New England area.
The records of the Ombudsman's Office Records contains case files, administrative records, fliers, news clippings, and legal documents from the period the office existed at the university. The Office of the Ombudsman at the University of Connecticut was an office that was founded to mediate disputes among university members. The ombudsman acted as an impartial arbitrator who helped resolve disputes within the university community and was an advocate for fairness and equality.
E.A. Prentice, Charles BeVere Price, M.F. Plant, L.A. Clinton, Alva Agee, H.P. Armsby, George T. Pettengill, E.G. Peterson, J.W. Quick, R.H. Potter
The collection contains materials associated with businessman and journalist Howard W. Palmer. Palmer was the owner of the Greenwich Press from 1926 to 1941.
The Michele Palmer Papers consist of typescripts, galley proofs, clippings, correspondence and dummies relating to Ms. Palmer's works of children's literature.
Correspondence to and from Green in her position on the AMS Academic Committee (1970s). Also contains the minutes from the annual meeting of the Teacher's Section of AMS (1977).
This subseries consists mainly of conference programs and administrative records related to the planning of conferences. There are very few photographs or copies of papers presented at conferences contained in this subseries. For photographs from conferences, see Series XXVII: Photographs and Slides. Audio and video recordings of conferences can be found in Series XXII: Sound Recordings and Series XXIII: Videocassettes, Films, and DVDs.
The collection contains records documenting career of Jonathan Pelto in Connecticut State politics from 1972 through 1994.
Poetess from Hebron, Connecticut.
The Penmaen Press was an imprint created by its proprietor, Michael McCurdy, with the goal of producing high quality hand-printed books. McCurdy designed and supervised the layout of each Penmaen production, and frequently supplied his own woodcut engravings as illustrations.
Pennsylvania State Board of Private Academic Schools: Policy Changes Toward Montessori Schools,, 1962-1983
The collection contains the professional papers of Marie Ferguson Peters, the first African American Professor at the University (Home Economics, 1963), and her husband, psychologist James S. Peters II. Drafts and proofs of Dr. James Peters' work is also included in the collection.
The collection contains correspondence between American Buddhist poet Will Petersen and Cid Corman.
Arthur Joseph Pierpont was born 3 December 1876. He was a 1895 graduate of Storrs Agricultural College, now the University of Connecticut. A noted authority on agricultural matters, Mr. Pierpont was a member of the Waterbury Milk Producers Association, Trustee of his alma mater (Connecticut Agricultural College as of 1899) and manager of the College's Gilbert Farm, a working farm in Georgetown, Connecticut, bequeathed to the College in 1906.
The collection contains the administrative files of the Simsbury, Connecticut-based organization, Plowshares Institute, which focuses on peace building, education, and global conflict transformation. Records from the institute include records of travel seminars, annual reports, board meeting minutes, and other documentation. This collection is currently closed for research until June 2012.
Handwritten manuscripts, notebooks, letters, typed transcriptions of poetry, prose and a play for voices, by Allen Polite, writer and artist affiliated with the Black Arts Movement. Published works of Allen Polite's poetry, and transcriptions, produced by his widow Helene Polite can be found throughout.