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Administrative

Administrative Committee of the Basic Colleges, Records, 1962-1971 (A93).
Administrative Computer Services, Records, ca. 1966-1994 (Z09-027, 46/2) [UNPROCESSED] Administrative Computer Services is no longer in existence; it merged with Academic Computing. The records include reports and correspondence. The records are restricted for 25 years from their date of creation unless the researcher has written permission from the office of origin. For more information, contact the University Archivist.
Advocates for a Common Experience Committee, Records, 1993-1997 (A99).
African American Master Artists-in-Residence Program, Records, 1976-2003 (bulk 1977-1988) (A80).
Alumni Association of the Evening School of Business, Ledgers, 1929-1959 (A77).
Bachelors' Thesis, Collection, 1914-1953 (A13).
Barnett Institute of Chemical and Biological Analysis, Records, 1978-2004 (A121).
Band Association, Records, 1959-2006 (A74).
Bureau of Business and Economic Research, Records, 1954-1978 (A91).
Byron K. Elliot Hall Dedication, Scrapbook, 1972 (A96).
Career Services, Records, ca. 1980-1995 (Z09-026, 46/2) [UNPROCESSED] The Career Services office at Northeastern provides employment assistance to students and alumnae of Northeastern. The records include newsletters, brochures, and publicity material. The collection is unrestricted.
Centennial Office, Records, 1989-1998 (A36).
Center for Continuing Education, Records, 1961-1996 (A40).
Center for Effective University Teaching, Records, 1993-2006 (A110).
Center for International Higher Education Documentation, Records, 1966-1986
Center for the Study of Sport in Society, Records, 1978-2003 (1985-1998 bulk) (A56).
College of Arts and Sciences, Records, n.d., 1924-2002 (A23).
College of Business Administration, Records, 1927-2011 (A25).
College of Computer Science, Records, 1971-2004 (A29).
College of Criminal Justice, Records, 1963-1995 (A28).
School of Education, Records, 1958-2001 (A39).
College of Engineering, Records, n.d., 1911-1996 (A15).
College of Nursing, Records, 1962-1999 (A18).
Commencement Committee, Clinton Commencement Collection, 1993 (A51).
Commencement Committee, Records, 1912-2002 (A54).
Committee on the Status of Women, Records, 1986-1987 (A65).
Concert recordings, 1972-1988 (A53).
Corporation and Board of Trustees, Records, 1902-2010 (A12).
Corporations and Foundations, Records, 1925-2005 (A55).
Day Colleges Executive Committee, Records, 1952-1961 (A87).
Deaf Club, Records, 1992-2008 (A113).
Dept. of Admissions, Records, 1938-1999 (A75).
Dept. of African American Studies, Records, 1972-2009 (A118).
Dept. of Athletics, Records, 1930-2003 (A17).

Dept. of History (Herman) Records, ca. 1999-2010 (Z11-012, 47/2) [UNPROCESSED] Gerald H. Herman is an Assistant Professor of History at Northeastern University. This collection documents Northeastern's role in both the Boston History & Innovation Collaborative and the Boston Innovation Trail. The Boston History & Innovation Collaboration is a non-profit organization dedicated to sustaining the greater Boston area's tradition of innovation by developing public history projects that could aid the community's economy. The Boston Innovation Trail is an organization that offers guided tours of Boston focused on local innovators and inventors throughout history. The collection includes, "Report on the Graduate Programs in History: Department Self-Study Report, 2004-2005". Records are closed for 25 years from their date of creation, unless researchers have written permission from the creating office.
Dept. of History, Latin America and the Caribbean in Boston Student Projects, 1998 (A78).
Dept. of History, Oral History Collection, 1976-1994 (A21).
Dept. of History, Oral History Project Records, 1998-1999 (A104).
Dept. of Medical Laboratory Science, Records, ca. 1961-2007 (Z10-007, 50/2-3) [UNPROCESSED] The Department of Medical Laboratory Science prepares health sciences students for careers in laboratory disciplines, including clinical chemistry and microbiology. The Department at Northeastern was the first medical laboratory science program in the United States. Records include video tapes, newspaper clippings, photographs, alumni newsletters and correspondence. The records are restricted for 25 years from their date of creation unless the researcher has written permission from the office of origin. For more information, contact the University Archivist.
Dept. of Music, Records, 1967-2010 (A116).
Dept. of Rehabilitation and Special Education, Records, 1956-1977 (bulk 1967-1976) (A76).
Dept. of Residential Life, Records, 1966-1997 (A49).
Dept. of Theatre, Records, 1952-1980 (A117).
Dept. of Women's Athletics, Records, 1974-1990 (A92).
Disability Resource Center, Records, 1977-1999 (bulk 1980-1992) (A105).
Division of Academic Computing, Records, 1959-1990 (A98).
Division of Cooperative Education, Records, n.d., 1914-2007 (A16).
Division of Cooperative Education, Records, 1922-1972 (A86).
Division of Student Affairs, Records, 1933-2008 (bulk 1965-1985) (A84).
Editorial Marketing and Publications (Feldscher), Records, 1986-2003 (A124).
Facilities Division, Records, 1855-2006 (bulk 1955-1970) (A94).
Faculty Senate, Records, 1940-1997 (A35).
Faculty Wives, Records, 1941-1971 (A5).
Forsyth School for Dental Hygienists, Records, 1962-1992 (A79).
50th Anniversary Committee, Records, 1946-1948 (A31).
50th Anniversary of Undergraduate Women, Records, 1943-1947, 1993 (A30).
Holocaust Awareness Committee, Records, 1991-2010 (A67).
Human Resource Management, Records, 1963-2005 (A109).
Huskiana, Collection, 1927-1992 (A20).
Hus-skiers and Outing Club, Records, 1942-1998 (A48).
Inaugural Committee, Records, 1959-1997 (A27).
Institute of Taxation, Records, 1955-1965 (A57).
InterFraternity Council, Records, 1964-1998 (A73).
International Student Office, Records, 1970-2000 (A100).
Jet Negatives, 1959-2007 (A60).
Jet Sports Negatives, 1959-2006 (A59).
John D. O'Bryant African-American Institute, Records, 1967-2001 (A81).
Lowell Institute School, Records, 1883-2008 (A26).
Marine Science Center, Records, 1945-2006 (bulk 1966-1993) (A123).
Memorabilia, 1914-2002 (A58).
Motion Picture Collection, 1934-1959 (A14).
Northeastern Records, Phonograph Records and Compact Discs, 1979-1988 (A66).
Northeastern University Photograph, Collection, 1903-2009 (A103).
Northeastern University Press, Records, 1976-2005 (A102).
NUPRIME, Records, 1981-1997 (bulk 1992-1996) (A69).
Office of Affirmative Action and Diversity, Records, 1973-1995 (A68).
Office of Alumni Records, Research, and Gift Information, Alumni Obituaries, 1992-2004 (A37).
Office of Alumni Relations, Records, 1926-2009 (A4).
Office of the Business Manager, Records, 1949-1996 (A95).
Office of Communications, Records, 1952-2004 (A107).
Office of Community Affairs, Records 1967-1989 (bulk 1982-1989) (A85).
Office of Conference and Event Planning, Records, 1948-1995 (A47).
Office of Educational Opportunity Programs and Service Learning, 1984-2002 (A52).
Office of the Executive Vice President, Records, 1963-1992 (A32).
Office of Institutional Advancement, Records 2001-2005 (A90).
Office of Institutional Research, Records 1977-2006 (A126).
Office of International Affairs, Records, 1951-1991 (A63).
Office of Physical Planning and Design, Records, 1903-1997 (bulk 1960-1987) (A82).
Office of the President (Curry), Records, 1967-2002 (bulk 1989-1995) (A72).
Office of the President (Ell), Records, 1883-1974 (A2).
Office of the President (Knowles), Records, 1935-1984 (A3).
Office of the President (Ryder), Records, 1955-2005 (A19).
Office of the President (Speare), Records, 1896-1951 (A1).
Office of the Provost, Records, n.d., 1955-1998 (A22).
Office of Public Relations, Scrapbooks, 1958-1978 (A7).
Office of the Registrar, Records, 1920-2005 (bulk 1950-1975) (A89).
Office of Technology Innovation and Commercialization, Records, 1982-2004 (A115).
Office of University Administration, Records, 1951-1989 (A34).
Office of University Advancement, Records, 1999-2009 (Z09-041, 39/3) [UNPROCESSED] The Office of University Advancement was created in 2001 to combine the Office of University Development and the Office of Alumni Relations. Records include newspaper clippings, commencement video tapes, and CDs from the "Voices of Northeastern" oral history project. The collection is unrestricted.
Office of University Development, Records, ca. 1920-2001 (A10).
Office of University Photography, Slide Shows, n.d., 1984-1988 (A11).
Office of University Photography, Contact Sheets and Negatives, 1961-2002 (A62).
Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society, Records, 1962-1996 (A43).
Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Records, 1941-1981 (A38).
Rho Chi Honor Society, Records, ca. 1965-1998 (Z11-036, 47/3) [UNPROCESSED] The Rho Chi Honor Society was founded in 1917 with the goal of encouraging and recognizing excellence in intellectual achievement in pharmacy as well as advocating critical inquiry in the field. The collection consists mainly of photographs and also includes event programs and reports. Records are closed for 25 years from their date of creation unless researchers have written permission from the creating office.
School of Commerce and Finance, Records, 1910-1927 (A41).
School of Law, Course Materials, 1929-1951 (A9).
School of Law, Records, 1900-2006 (A6).
School of Law, Records, 1960-2001 (A44).
School of Law Student Council, Records, 1947-1953 (A46).
School of Nursing, Records, 1994-2006 (A112).
75th Anniversary Committee, Records, 1962-1980 (A42).
Spiritual Life Center, Records, 1961-2012 (bulk 1977-1994)(A64).
Sigma Epsilon Rho Honor Society, Records, 1955-2007 (A33).
Sports Information Office, Scrapbooks, 1959-1973 (A8).
Student Activities Office, Records, 1941-2010 (A45).
Student Government Association, Records, 1940-2007 (A114).
Studies in American Fiction, Records, ca. 1972-1979 (Z10-017, 46/3) [UNPROCESSED] Studies in American Fiction was a journal founded in 1972 by Professor James E. Nagel from the Northeastern's English Department. The journal was published biannually until 2008, when it was transferred to John Hopkins University Press. The records mainly consist of correspondence regarding the founding of the journal. The collection is unrestricted.
Staff Council, Records, 1962-1994 (A61).
Third World Views of the Holocaust, Records, 2001 (A108).
Twenty-Five Year Associates, Records, 1967-1995 (bulk 1972-1992) (A83).
United States Bicentennial Committee, Records, 1968-1985 (bulk 1974-1976) (A97).
University College, Records, 1960-2005 (A50).
University Honors Program, Records, 1981-2006 (A88).
University Libraries, Records, n.d., 1913-1997 (A24).
Urban Schools Collaborative, Records, 1976-1992 (A70).
Veteran's Memorial Committee, Records, ca. 2004-2006 (Z10-030, 45/1) [UNPROCESSED] The Veteran's Memorial Committee was established to create a Veteran's Memorial to commemorate students and alumni who died while in military service. The records consist of committee minutes, research notes on NU veterans, and student designs for the memorial. The records are restricted for 25 years from their date of creation unless the researcher has written permission from the office of origin. For more information, contact the University Archivist.
Warren Conference Center, Records, 1971-2000 (A101).
Western Civilization, Course Notes, 1972-1982 (A106).
WRBB-FM, Records, 1966-2006 (A111).

 

Affiliated Organizations

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Boston-Bouvé College, Records, 1885-2006 (bulk 1925-1970) (M41).
Center for Community Health Education Research and Service, Inc., Records, 1990-2000 (A122).
Ford Hall Forum, Audio Tapes, 1961-1998 (M71).
Lowell Institute School Alumni Association, Records, 1905-2001 (M30).
New England College of Pharmacy, Records, 1939-1973 (M15).
A Note to You, Recordings, 1975-1998 (A125). 
The Oral History Center, Records, 1978-1998 (M73).
WRBB-FM, Records, 1966-2006 (A111).
Young Men's Christian Association of Greater Boston, Records, 1833-2014 (bulk 1851-1970) (M13).

 

Alumni

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Albert James Augustine, Papers, 1927-1935 (M52).
Emma Jean Lang Avery, Papers, ca. 1916-1931 (M3).
Arthur Batcheller, Papers, 1888-1977 (bulk 1913-1955) (M12).
Samuel Becker, Papers, 1925-1962 (M7).
Wilbert A. Bishop, Jr., Papers, n.d., 1931-1932 (M151).
Ann M. Butler, Papers, ca. 1966 (Z09-038, 46/2) [UNPROCESSED] Ann M. Butler is an alumna of Northeastern University, Class of 1966. Her collection includes programs, photographs, and clippings about Silver Masque drama group productions. The collection is unrestricted.
Robert C. Campbell, Papers, 1939-1993 (M117).
Henry Robert Cattley, Papers, 1930-1945 (M53).
Charles Joseph Collazo, Papers, 1919-1984 (M5).
Frederick L. Corcoran, Jr., Papers, 1935-1958 (M115).
Nicholas D. Corsano, Papers, 1926-2001 (M186).
Robert Erickson, Papers, 1922-1984 (bulk 1922-1926) (M29).
James Alvin Firth, Scrapbooks, 1933-1938 (Z09-034, 46/3) [UNPROCESSED] The Reverend James A. Firth was a student at Northeastern during the 1930s and the scrapbooks document his experiences as a student. The collection is unrestricted.
Robert P. Gittens, Photographs, c. 1970s (Z10-008, 44/2 [UNPROCESSED] Robert P. Gittens, an alumni of Northeastern University's class of 1975, was a photographer for The Onyx Informer student newspaper. The collection includes approximately 1,200 photographic prints and negatives of speakers and students at Northeastern during the 1970s. Speakers include the Reverend Ralph Abernathy and Minister George X; events include the St. Paul's Day Camp, the Unity Awards Banquet, and the Black Political Convention. The collection is unrestricted.
Calista M. Greenough, Papers 1945-1948 (M173).
Walter W. Hartford, Jr., Film, ca. 1942-1943 (M74).
Lester E. Hintz, Papers, 1928-1996 (M18).
Blanche Feder Hume, Collection, 1929 (Z13-006, 44/4) [UNPROCESSED] Blanche Hume graduated from the Boston School of Physical Education (later the Boston-Bouvé School) in 1929. This collection consists of a Boston School of Physical Education ring and a Boston School of Physical Education pin, both from 1929. This collection is unrestricted.
Clyde F. Joslyn, Papers and Memorabilia,ca.1929-1987 (M75).
Harvey C. Krentzman, Papers, 1953-1992 (M34).
Edward B. Landry, Papers, 1921-1978 (M76).
Paul M. Levenson, Papers, 1878-2001 (M56).
William Lieberman, Papers, 1964-1968 (M95).
Edward F. Lyons, Jr., Papers, n.d., 1917-1959 (M14).
Robert B. MacGregor, Papers, 1947 (M134).
Robert Joseph Markell, Papers, 1967-1968 (M57).
Joseph P. McGuckian, Papers, 1927-1930 (M54).
Marcia Memery, Papers, ca. 1960-1961 (Z12-010, 44/1) [UNPROCESSED] Memery was a student at the Boston-Bouvé School. This collection consists of photographs documenting classes and events. This collection is unrestricted.
Norman G. Miclette, Papers, 1952-1958 (M147).
Gay W. Milbrandt, Athletic Medals, 1930-1934 (M24).
Marjorie Muller, Papers, 1930-1934 (Z12-037, 47/4) [UNPROCESSED] Marjorie Muller graduated from the Bouvé-Boston School of Physical Education in 1934. The collection consists of a black wool tunic and vest with Bouvé-Boston School of Physical Education insignia patch, Muller's diploma from the Bouvé class of 1934, and a scrapbook covering the years 1930-1934. The scrapbook documents Marjorie Muller's extracurricular activities and time at the Bouvé-Boston School of Physical Education. Included in the scrapbook are dance cards, photographs, play programs, newspaper articles, commencement invitation and exercises program, and congratulatory graduation cards.

William Joseph Mulcahy, Jr., Papers, 1963-1968 (M51).
Doris Shalit Oberg, Papers, 1933-1983 (M190).
Eugene Reppucci, Papers, 1955-2004 (M181).
Phyllis M. Ryan, Papers, 1959-1993 (bulk 1961-1988) (M94).
Bernard "Bunny" Solomon, Papers, 1925-2002 (M77).
Helen M. Sullivan, Papers, 1974-1975 (Z11-026, 44/2) [UNPROCESSED] Helen M. Sullivan received a Bachelor's Degree in Law from Northeastern in 1938 and a Master's Degree in Law in 1953. Sullivan worked as an assistant assessor in the Boston Assessor's Office In 1975, Sullivan received the School of Law Distinguished Alumna Award. This collection consists of memorabilia from Sullivan's time at Northeastern University. The collection is unrestricted.
Taimi R. Van Buren, Papers, 1933-1984 (Z08-050, 44/2) [UNPROCESSED] Taimi Regina Salo Van Buren was a graduate of the Class of 1934 from the Boston-Bouvé School of Physical Education. The collection documents Van Buren's time at Boston-Bouvé School and includes programs, photographs, newspaper clippings, memorabilia and some photographs of Class of 1934 reunions. The collection is unrestricted.
Albert Hale Waite, Papers, 1933-1934 (M155).
David L. Wilmarth, Papers, 1942-1966 (M36).
Wilfred A. Young, Papers, 1923–1969 (M184).

Faculty/Staff/Board Members

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Catherine L. Allen, Papers, 1928-2002 (M84).
Edward L. Bernays, Papers, 1982-1998 (bulk 1993-1995) (M99).
Charles Harold Berry, Papers, 1879-1963 (bulk 1917-1963) (M102).
Larry Blumsack, Papers, ca. 1965-2000 (Z09-036, 45/4) [UNPROCESSED] Larry Blumsack was a founding member of the theatre department at Northeastern University. The records reflect his activities as a professor, actor, producer, director, designer, critic, arts columnist, restauranteur, and his work with the Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts and the National Center of Afro-American Artists. The collection is unrestricted.
Gregory C. Coffin, Papers, 1966-2002 (bulk 1966-1975) (M80).
Charles Joseph Collazzo, Papers, 1919-1984 (M5).
Dana C. Chandler, Jr., Papers, 1973-1991 (bulk 1977-1979) (M156).
Arnold E. Daum, Papers, 1982-1988 (M167).
Albert M. Donley, Papers, 1951-1973 (M183).
Beverly C. Dunn, Papers, 1962-1970 (M58).
Carl Stephens Ell, Papers, 1912-1981 (M2).
Virginia Eskin, Papers, ca. 1992-2002 (Z10-16, 45/4) [UNPROCESSED] Virginia Eskin, a pianist and singer, was a Visiting Artist in the Department of Music. In 2006, she created and hosted the radio series "First Ladies of Music." The collection contains material relating to the "First Ladies of Music;" Northeastern Records, the University's record label; and "A Note to You," a radio program created by Professor Roland Nadeau from Northeastern's Department of Music. The collection is unrestricted.
Andre Favat, Papers, 1960-1977 (M11).
Robert Arnold Feer, Papers, 192?-1970 (M59).
William M. Fowler, Jr., Papers, 1976-2000 (M119).
James W. Fraser, Photograph Collection, 1905-ca.1990 (bulk 1974-1976) (M66).
Antoinette Frederick, Papers, 1970-1991 (M40).
Harold A. Garabedian, Papers, 1953-1971 (M113).
Bernard Ludwig Gordon, Papers, 1967-1998 (Z06-010, 44/4) [UNPROCESSED] Prof. Gordon was a member of Northeastern's Earth Sciences Department from 1961 to 2003, and also a rare book dealer. The collection contains correspondence, resume, press release, postcards produced by Gordon. The collection is unrestricted.
Gerald H. Herman, Papers, 1983-2004 (M168).

Gerald H. Herman, Papers, n.d., 1964-2003 (Z13-013, 47/2) [UNPROCESSED] Gerald H. Herman is a faculty member at Northeastern with a joint appointment in History and Education. He serves as the Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, the Liberal Arts Academic Director for the School of Professional and Continuing Studies, and as a special assistant to the Office of the University Legal Counsel. The collection contains files on the student radio station, WRBB, the Office of Learning Resources, Faculty Senate meeting minutes, Faculty Handbook revisions, and meeting minutes, agendas, reports, and publications of the University Technology Council and the Telecommunication Advisory Committee. Records are closed for 25 years from their date of creation, unless researchers have written permission from the creating office.

Israel Katz, Papers, 1935-2003 (M48).

Harold Hamilton Kerr, Papers, n.d., 1943-1947 (M49).
Asa S. Knowles, Papers, 1836-1990 (M20).
Harvey C. Krentzman, Papers, 1953-1992 (M34).
Minnie L. Lynn, Papers, 1902-1991 (M85).
Everett C. Marston, Papers, 1930-1970 (M118).
Michael Meltsner, Papers, n.d., 1961-2008 (bulk 1978-2004).
Irene A. Nichols, Papers, 1958-2001 (M135).
Doris Oberg, Slide Collection, ca. 1943-1973 (M72).
Doris Shalit Oberg, Papers, 1933-1983 (M190).
Rudolph O. M. Oberg, Papers, 1916-1976 (M46).
Harold R. Raemer, Papers, 1960-1999 (M171).
Eugene Reppucci, Papers, 1955-2004 (M181).
Dwight P. Robinson, Family Papers, 1890-1966 (M92).
Vivian Rosenberg, Oral History, 1994 (M158).
Morton Rubin, Papers, ca. 1930-2009 (Z09-042, 47/1) [UNPROCESSED] Professor Rubin's career as a sociology professor at Northeastern spans 1957 to 1985.The records document Rubin's career at the University as one of the first professional sociologists the University hired and includes a memoir, photographs, and slides. The collection is unrestricted.
Bernard "Bunny" Solomon, Papers, 1925-2002 (M77).
Frank Palmer Speare, Papers, 1878-1984 (M1).
Judith Tick, Papers, 1977-1978 (Z11-027, 44/4) [UNPROCESSED] Judith Tick is the Matthews Distinguished University Professor of Music at Northeastern University. Tick is an authority on American music and the history of women in music. She has written numerous books on both subjects and has won many awards for her scholarship. This collection consists of materials relating to Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition, 1150-1950 which Tick co-edited with Jane Bowers in 1986. The collection is unrestricted.
Joseph D. Warren, Papers, 1972-2003(bulk 1980-1990) (M87).
David L. Wilmarth, Papers, 1942-1966 (M36).

Arts & Architecture

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American Composers Forum New England, Records, 1994-2010 (Z11-001, 52/3-4) [UNPROCESSED] The New England chapter of the American Composers Forum provides composition services to community groups (i.e., church congregations, local arts councils, regional development groups, museums, environmental and social service groups) in the New England region. The American Composers Forum helps community groups find composers-in-residence and creates original music for the community groups. The collection consists of administrative records and original scores of the organization. This collection is unrestricted.
Ronald W. Bailey, Oral History Collection, 1989-1990 (M153).
Boston Opera House, Records, 1908-1958 (M33).
Boston Photo Collaborative, Records, 1992-2007 (M160).
  Charles Herbert Bruce  , Papers, 1884-1928, 2009 (bulk ca. 1910) (M180).
Nancy Caruso, Papers, 1948, 1951, 1983-2012 (M195).
Dana C. Chandler, Jr., Papers, 1973-1991 (bulk 1977-1979) (M156).
Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts, Records, 1954-1992 (M43).
Virginia Eskin, Papers, ca. 1992-2002 (Z10-016, 45/4) [UNPROCESSED] Virginia Eskin, a pianist and singer, was a Visiting Artist in the Department of Music. In 2006, she created and hosted the radio series "First Ladies of Music." The collection contains material relating to the "First Ladies of Music;" Northeastern Records, the University's record label; and "A Note to You," a radio program created by Professor Roland Nadeau from Northeastern's Department of Music. The collection is unrestricted.
Robert P. Gittens, Photographs, ca. 1970s (Z10-008, 44/2) [UNPROCESSED] Robert P. Gittens, an alumni of Northeastern University's class of 1975, was a photographer for The Onyx Informer student newspaper. The collection includes approximately 1, 200 photographic prints and negatives of speakers and students at Northeastern during the 1970s. Speakers include the Reverend Ralph Abernathy and Minister George X; events include the St. Paul's Day Camp, the Unity Awards Banquet, the Onyx staff, and the Black Political Convention. Some earlier personal photographs are also included. The collection is unrestricted.
Gray, Glen and the Casa Loma Orchestra, Records, 1915-1979 (M31).
International Society, Records,1978-2002 (bulk 1984-1998) (M128).
Robert Joseph Markell, Papers, 1967-1968 (M57).
Everett C. Marston, Papers, 1930-1970 (M118).
Daniel J. McNichol, Papers, 1764-2008 (bulk 1989-2008) (M194).
Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, Records, 1966-1998(M44).
National Center of Afro-American Artists, Records, 1924-1998 (M42).
Northeastern University, John D. O'Bryant African-American Institute, Records, 1967-2001 (A81).
Northeastern University, African American Master Artists-in-Residence Program, Records, 1976-1993 (bulk 1977-1988) (A80).
A Note to You, Recordings, 1975-1998 (A125). 
Katherine G. Osborne, Papers, 1874-1942 (M6).
John Ross, Papers, 1963-2006 (M70).
Julius Adolphe Schweinfurth, Papers, 1882-1927 (M28).
Stull and Lee, Inc., Records, ca. 1967-2002 (Z10-025, Cage) [UNPROCESSED] Stull and Lee, Inc. is an African American Boston-based architectural and urban planning firm established by Donald L. Stull in 1966. The collection includes architectural drawings, project files, and photographs. The collection is unrestricted.
Louise Hall Tharp, Papers, 1949-1953 (M37).
Theater Offensive, Records, 1977-2010 (M82).
The Theater Offensive, Records, n.d., ca. 1994-2010 (Z13-001, 46/1, 47/2, FF5/D3, Art File 19, RS9/S2, RS9/S4) [UNPROCESSED] The Theater Offensive mounts and produces festivals and individual productions by national and local queer performers, serves as a development environment for new theatrical work, and works to build community through education, outreach, and political activism. This collection includes correspondence, recordings of productions (DVD and miniDV), newspaper articles, reviews of productions, photographs, contracts for theatrical venues, logistics for events and parties, posters, brochures, invitations, donor lists, and financial information including budgets, audits, tax returns, and meeting minutes from the Finance Committee. This collection is unrestricted.
Triangle Theater Company, Records, 1979-2009 (bulk 1979-1996) (M176).
United South End Settlements, Records, 1891-2009 (M126).
Daniel Webster, Prints, 1833-1900 (M35).

 

 

Boston Social Justice Organizations and Activists

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Action for Boston Community Development, Records, ca. 1980-2006 (Z10-004, 46/1) [UNPROCESSED] Action for Boston Community Development is a Boston-area anti-poverty agency, serving Greater Boston residents through a city-wide network of neighborhood-based organizations. Records include publications and annual reports. The collection is unrestricted.
Aetna AIDS Collection, 1986-1992 (M162).
Natalie Ammarell Papers, 1967-2008 (bulk 1981-2000) (M189).
Boston Bar Association, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under the Law, Records, ca. 1978-2002 (Z11-010, 49/1-4) [UNPROCESSED] The Lawyers' Committee is a non-profit organization specializing in pro bono legal representation of victims of race discrimination. The committee participates in community education on legal matters and promotes community economic development. This collection consists of court documents (e.g., pleadings, affidavits, motions, exhibits), correspondence, newspaper clippings, curricula, reports of limited English proficiency (LEP) participation, and a survey of bilingual literacy services in Boston and the surrounding towns. This collection is unrestricted.
The Boston Foundation, Records, ca. 1987-2001 (Z09-022, 42/1-2) [UNPROCESSED] The Boston Foundation was founded in 1915 to relieve hardship from World War I. Currently, the Foundation is involved in grant-making, special initiatives, and civic leadership programs in the Boston area to support work on a variety of community issues. The records include publications, annual reports, and audio-visual material reflecting the grant-making activity of the Foundation. The collection is unrestricted.

Boston Living Center, Records, 1977-2010 (Z15-001, 92/8-9) [UNPROCESSED] Founded in 1989, the Boston Living Center is a nonprofit community organization providing education, support, and treatment information for HIV positive people. The records of the Boston Living Center document programs and events held at the Center, as well as its administrative and fundraising activities. Included are photographs of members and events, copies of two newsletters published by the Center (Centerpeace and Lifetimes), Executive Committee and Board Meeting minutes, tax and other financial statements, mailers, publicity material for the Center's programs, reports, policies, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia, including t-shirts, mugs, and aprons from the Center's yearly Thanksgiving Dinners.
Cambridge Eviction Free Zone, Records, 1972-2007 (bulk 1988-2007) (M170).

The Committee for Cambridge Rent Control (Cambridge, Mass.), Records, 1998-2003 (bulk 2002-2003) (M166).

Martin Gopen, Papers, 1933-1994 (bulk 1969-1989) (M133).
Grants Management Associates, Records, 1974-1999 (bulk 1984-1999) (M178).
Mary M. Leno, Button Collection, n.d. (Z09-016, 46/1) [UNPROCESSED] Mary M. Leno was a campaign button collector. The collection includes buttons concerning women's rights, civil rights, immigrant rights, affordable housing, AIDS/HIV, LGBT rights, ecology, anti-nuclear power, health, Native American issues, multi-culturalism, African American rights, prisoners rights, labor unions, and ageism. The collection is unrestricted.
Earl Rubington, Papers, ca. 1943-2004 (Z12-024, 93/3-7) [UNPROCESSED] Rubington was a teacher and researcher who focused on social issues and deviant behavior.  This collection consists of correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings, subject files, research notes for his books, interview notes on subjects, and syllabi and student papers from his sociology classes. This collection is unrestricted.
Persistent Poverty Project, Records, 1985-2002 (M127).
Travelers Aid Family Services, Records, 1891-2008 (M187).
Mary Ellen Welch, Papers, 1966-2012 (bulk 1971-2012) (M198).

African American

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Natalie Ammarell, Papers, 1967-2008 (bulk 1981-2000) (M189).
Ronald W. Bailey, Oral History Collection, 1989-1990 (M153).
Boston Society of Vulcans of Massachusetts, Records, 1951-2001 (bulk 1970-2000) (M131).
Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston, Records, 1893-2004 (M103).
Charles Herbert Bruce, Papers, 1884-1928, 2009 (bulk ca. 1910) (M180).
John E. Bush, Papers, ca. 1980-2005 (M177).
John E. Bush, Papers, 1986-2012 (Z13-007, 44/4) [UNPROCESSED] John E. Bush is a co-founder of Men of All Colors Together Boston (MACT) and served as a co-chair of National Association of Black and White Men Together (NABWMT) in 1988. This collection includes materials documenting NABWNT and Black and White Men Together, including NABWNT convention programs, newspaper clippings, a program for Wellsville High School graduation at which Bush was the commencement  speaker, a letter, and Bush's keynote address for the 1986 San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Celebration. This collection is unrestricted.
Melnea A. Cass, Papers, 1954-1979 (M79).
Citywide Educational Coalition, Records, 1972-2001 (M130).
Gregory C. Coffin, Papers, 1966-2002 (bulk 1966-1975) (M80).
Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts, Records, 1954-1992 (M43).
James W. Fraser, Photograph Collection, 1905-ca. 1990 (bulk 1974-1976) (M66).
Freedom House, Inc., Records, 1941-1996 (bulk 1949-1986) (M16).
Freedom House Photographs: Roxbury Places, People, and Events, 1950-1975.
Robert P. Gittens, Photographs, ca. 1970s (Z10-008, 44/2) [UNPROCESSED] Robert P. Gittens, an alumni of Northeastern University's class of 1975, was a photographer for The Onyx Informer student newspaper. The collection includes approximately 1, 200 photographic prints and negatives of speakers and students at Northeastern during the 1970s. Speakers include the Reverend Ralph Abernathy and Minister George X; events include the St. Paul's Day Camp, the Unity Awards Banquet, the Onyx staff, and the Black Political Convention. Some earlier personal photographs are also included. The collection is unrestricted.
Martin Gopen, Papers, 1933-1994 (bulk 1969-1989) (M133).
Grants Management Associates, Records, 1974-1999 (bulk 1984-1999) (M178).
The Justice George Lewis Ruffin Society, Records, 1848-2009 (bulk 1984-2005) (M124).
Elma Ina Lewis, Papers, 1917-1998 (M38).
Lower Roxbury Black History Project, Records, 1992-2007 (M165).
Lower Roxbury Community Corporation, Records, 1968-1978 (M106).
Massachusetts Human Services Coalition, Records, 1969-2004 (M193).
Jean McGuire, Records, ca. 1970-1985 (Z06-001, 44⁄2) [UNPROCESSED] Jean McGuire is the executive director of Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity. The collection includes material on her campaign and service relating to the Boston School Committee; and on being a trustee of The Children's Museum. The collection is unrestricted.
Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (METCO), Inc., Records, 1961-2005 (M101).
Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (METCO), Inc., Records, 1969-2011 (Z12-014, 44/2) [UNPROCESSED] METCO, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1966 to eliminate racial imbalance by busing children from Boston and Springfield to suburban public schools in 38 suburban communities. This collection consists of Board of Directors records, financial statements, parent handbooks, press material, reports, memoranda, and newspaper clippings. This collection is unrestricted.
Frank J. Miranda, Papers, 1964-2005 (M112).
Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, Records, 1966-1998 (M44).
National Center of Afro-American Artists, Records, 1924-1998 (M42).
National Lawyers Guild. Massachusetts Chapter, Inc., Records, 1970-2006 (M197).
Northeastern University, John D. O'Bryant African-American Institute, Records, 1967-2001 (A81).
Northeastern University, African American Master Artists-in-Residence Program, Records, 1976-1993 (bulk 1977-1988) (A80).
Paul Parks, Papers, ca. 1975-2005 (Z10-026, 52/1-3) [UNPROCESSED] Paul Parks, an engineer and former chairman of Boston's School Committee, was an African American activist in Boston. In 1974, he was the first African American appointed Massachusetts secretary of education. The collection consists of records from Parks' engineering firm and his involvement in the Boston Public Schools and local social justice organizations. The collection is unrestricted.
Julius A. Prince, Jr., Photographs, 1965-1967 (Z09-020, 46/3; Z09-035, 46/3) [UNPROCESSED] Julius A. Prince was a photographer for Freedom House, Inc. in the 1960s. The collection consists of photographs of Freedom House's Roxbury Work Study Program and some materials about the Boston Redevelopment Authority. The collection is unrestricted.
John Ross, Papers, 1963-2006 (M70).
Roxbury Multi-Service Center, Records, 1965-2002 (M109).
Dick Russell, Papers, 1806-2009 (bulk 1995-1997) (M191).
Phyllis M. Ryan, Papers, 1959-1988 (bulk 1961-1988) (M94).
Muriel S. and Otto P. Snowden, Papers, 1911-1990 (bulk 1947-1985) (M17).
Stull and Lee, Inc., Records, ca. 1967-2002 (Z10-025, Cage) [UNPROCESSED] Stull and Lee, Inc. is an African American Boston-based architectural and urban planning firm established by Donald L. Stull in 1966. The collection includes architectural drawings, project files, and photographs. The collection is unrestricted.
United South End Settlements, Records, 1891-2009 (M126).
Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts, Records, ca. 1953-2007 (bulk 1985-2000) (M139).
Joseph D. Warren, Papers, 1972-2003 (bulk 1980-1990)(M87).
Zuline Gray Wilkinson, Papers, 1993-1999 (M114).

 

Asian American

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Asian American Resource Workshop, Records, ca. 1980-2011 (Z13-003, 93/5-8) [UNPROCESSED] Incorporated in 1979, the Asian American Resource Workshop (AARW) empowers the Asian American community and offers services and programs to address the community’s needs and to promote Asian American culture. The materials in this collection document the AARW’s civil rights activism for Asian Americans, anti-violence efforts, creation of Asian American curriculum and educational resources, and promotion of Asian American artistic and cultural exhibitions, festivals, and workshops and includes documentation on the SafetyNet Violence Prevention Project and the Sticky Rice Project (Uniting Asian Americans through Antiracist Education), Board meeting minutes, newsletters, calendars, grant applications, APA directories, financial statements, budgets, programs, invitations, photographs, reports, documentaries produced by AARW, the Asian American Comic Book, and a banner. SafetyNet case files are restricted for 75 years unless researchers have written permission from the Asian American Resource Workshop; the rest of the collection is unrestricted.
Chinese Progressive Association, Records, 1976-2006 (M163).
International Society, Records, 1978-2002 (bulk 1984-1998) (M128).

 

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender

ACT UP/Boston (David Stitt), Collection, 1986-1994 (M179).
ACT UP/Boston (Raymond Schmidt and Stephen Skuce), Collection, 1987-2007 (M149).
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, Inc., Records, 1975-2007 (bulk 1987-1996) (M61).
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, Inc., Records, ca. 1983-1989 (Z11-007, 44/1) [UNPROCESSED] The AIDS Action Committee is a non-profit organization that provides services to those living with HIV/AIDS including education, advocacy and outreach. The collection consists of minutes, memorandum, and correspondence of various sub-committees of the organization. This collection is unrestricted.
Bisexual Resource Center, Records, 1983-2002 (M144).
Bisexual Resource Center, Records, 1993-1999 (Z12-009, 44/3) [UNPROCESSED] The Bisexual Resource Center is a Boston-based nonprofit organization founded in 1985 as the East Coast Bisexual Network, Inc., which works to build alliances among, and combat biphobia within, the gay, lesbian, and transgender communities. This collection consists of issues of “Bi Lines: The Newsletter of the Richmond Bisexual Network” from 1993 to 1997. This collection is unrestricted.
Bisexual Resource Center (Beer), Records, 1983-1995 (Z12-030, 42/2) [UNPROCESSED] The Bisexual Resource Center is a Boston-based nonprofit organization founded in 1985 as the East Coast Bisexual Network, Inc., which works to build alliances among, and combat biphobia within, the gay, lesbian, and transgender communities. This collection consists of newsletters from various bisexual and bi-friendly organizations including “BiFocal,” “Bi-Focus,” and “BiNet News,” and newspaper clippings of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues and groups. This collection is unrestricted.
Boston Alliance of Gay and Lesbian Youth, Inc., Records,1983-2004 (bulk 1991-1998) (M107).
Boston Intercollegiate Lesbian and Gay Alliance, Records, 1982-1992 (M65).
Bromfield Street Educational Foundation, Records, 1963-2003 (bulk 1985-1993) (M64).
John E. Bush, Papers, ca. 1980-2005 (M177).
John E. Bush, Papers, 1986-2012 (Z13-007, 44/4) [UNPROCESSED] John E. Bush is a co-founder of Men of All Colors Together Boston (MACT) and served as a co-chair of National Association of Black and White Men Together (NABWMT) in 1988. This collection includes materials documenting NABWNT and Black and White Men Together, including NABWNT convention programs, newspaper clippings, a program for Wellsville High School graduation at which Bush was the commencement  speaker, a letter, and Bush's keynote address for the 1986 San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Celebration. This collection is unrestricted.
William J. Canfield, Papers, 1965-1999 (M69).
William J. Canfield, Papers, 1946-2002 (Z12-039, 92/12, 93/1-2) [UNPROCESSED] William J. Canfield, II was a gay rights activist in Boston and was involved in the Boston gay liberation movement between 1970 and 1975. This collection includes school records (grade school, high school, college), financial documents, property files for Falinge Farm (Canfield’s LGBT-friendly bed and breakfast), correspondence, calendars, and LGBT records. This collection is unrestricted.
The Coalition to Take Back the Night (Boston, Mass.), Records, 1978-1991 (M142).
Milburn Devenney, Papers, ca. 1983-1996 (M157).
Keri Lynn Duran, Papers, n.d., 1966-2005 (M174).
Michael Galvin, Papers, ca. 1988-1992 (Z08-046, 46⁄3) [UNPROCESSED] Michael Galvin was a member of ACT UP/Boston (the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), a diverse, nonpartisan group united in anger and committed to direct action to end the AIDS crisis founded in 1987. ACT UP/Boston was formed to focus local efforts to speed up development of AIDS treatments, educational programs, and prevention strategies. The collection contains material relating to ACT UP/Boston and AIDS Community Television, and includes photographs, slides, video tapes, and memorabilia. The collection is unrestricted.
Fenway Community Health Center, Records, 1972-2007 (M172).
Gay Academic Union of New England, Records, 1969-1980 (bulk 1975-1980) (M110).
Gay and Lesbian Labor Activists Network, Records, 1987-2001 (M86).
John C. Graves, Papers, 1971-1996 (bulk 1975-1980) (M83).
G. Derrick Hodge, Papers, 1987-1993 (M200).
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Political Alliance of Massachusetts, Records, 1982-2002 (M91). 
Massachusetts Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus, Records, 1974-2007 (M141).
Men of All Colors Together Boston, Records, 1980-1999 (M68).
National Lawyers Guild. Massachusetts Chapter, Inc., Records, 1970-2006 (M197).

Paul F. Perkovic, Papers, 1974-1994 (M96).
Positive Directions, Records, ca. 1987-2003 (Z03-024, 51⁄1-4) [UNPROCESSED] The collection consists of records of Positive Directions and the organization it merged with in 1996, Northern Lights Alternatives New England, Inc., from inception to closing, and includes administration, fund-raising, and program files.
Student Homophile League of Boston, Newsletters, 1970 (M90).
Theater Offensive, Records, 1987-2003 (M82).
The Theater Offensive, Records, n.d., ca. 1994-2010 (Z11-006, 44/1; Z13-001, 46/1, 47/2, FF5/D3, Art File 19, RS9/S2, RS9/S4) [UNPROCESSED] The Theater Offensive mounts and produces festivals and individual productions by national and local queer performers, and also serves as a development environment for new theatrical work. The records consist of administrative records and promotional material including includes correspondence, recordings of productions (DVD and miniDV), newspaper articles, reviews of productions, photographs, contracts for theatrical venues, logistics for events and parties, posters, brochures, invitations, donor lists, and financial information including budgets, audits, tax returns, and meeting minutes from the Finance Committee. This collection is unrestricted.
Triangle Theater Company, Records, 1979-2009 (bulk 1979-1996) (M176).

Latino

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La Alianza Hispana, Records, 1965-1999 (M55).
La Alternativa, Newsletters, 1984-1999 (M98).
Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston, Records, 1893-2004 (M103).
Boston Bar Association, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under the Law, Records, ca. 1978-2002 (Z11-010, 49/1-4) [UNPROCESSED] The Lawyers' Committee is a non-profit organization specializing in pro bono legal representation of victims of race discrimination. The committee participates in community education on legal matters and promotes community economic development. This collection consists of court documents (e.g., pleadings, affidavits, motions, exhibits), correspondence, newspaper clippings, curricula, reports of limited English proficiency (LEP) participation, and a survey of bilingual literacy services in Boston and the surrounding towns. This collection is unrestricted.

Yoel Camayd-Freixas, Papers, 1974-2010 (Z14-008, 92/10) [UNPROCESSED] The collection documents community activist and educator Yoel Camayd-Freixas' involvement with Latino community organizations in Boston and Miami, and includes reports, research studies and other publications on topics such as Hispanic mental health, neighborhood housing services, Hispanic political participation, and the dropout problem in the Boston Public Schools.

Franklin Dunker, Photographs, ca. 1980-2005 (Z10-023, 52/3) [UNPROCESSED] Franklin Dunker, a local photographer, photographed Latino events in the Boston area. The collection consists of photographs, negatives, and digital images of individuals and events in Boston, including the Puerto Rican Festival and various weddings. The collection is unrestricted.

Escuelita Agueybana Day Care Centers, Records, 1978-1996 (M116).
Grants Management Associates, Records, 1974-1999 (bulk 1984-1999) (M178).
Hispanic Office of Planning and Evaluation (HOPE), Records, 1957-2012 (Bulk 1982-2011) (M188).
Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción, Records, 1967-2009 (bulk 1974-1999) (M111).
Benjamin LaGuer, Papers, 1984-2000 (M100).
Massachusetts Human Services Coalition, Records, 1969-2004 (M193).
Nelson Merced, Papers, 1966-2002 (M125).
National Lawyers Guild. Massachusetts Chapter, Inc., Records, 1970-2006 (M197).
Northeastern University, Dept. of History, Latin America and the Caribbean in Boston Student Projects (A78).
Carmen A. Pola, Papers, 1970-2006 (bulk 1975-2000) (M159).
Puerto Rican Entering and Settling Service, Records, 1969-1999 (bulk 1971-1972) (M81).
Kelley Ready, Papers, 1981-1994 (bulk 1985-1989) (M88).
Sociedad Latina, Inc., Records, 1968-2007 (bulk 1985-1999) (M136).
United South End Settlements, Records, 1891-2009 (M126).

 

Big Dig

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Daniel J. McNichol, Papers, 1764-2008 (bulk 1989-2008) (M194).
Nancy Caruso, Papers, 1948, 1951, 1983-2012 (M195).

 

Business, Banking, and Insurance

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Abraham Bell and Company, Order Book, 1820-1835 (M9).
Edward Rochie Hardy, Papers, 1769-1967 (bulk ca. 1890-1950) (M45).
Harold Hamilton Kerr, Papers, n.d., 1943-1947 (M49).
Asa S. Knowles, Papers, 1836-1990 (M20).
Harvey C. Krentzman, Papers, 1953-2005 (M34).
William Lindsay, Ledger, 1852-1855 (M8).
United Drug Company Collection, n.d. (M10).

 

Criminal Justice ⁄ Prisoners

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Boston Bar Association, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under the Law, Records, ca. 1978-2002 (Z11-010, 49/1-4) [UNPROCESSED] The Lawyers' Committee is a non-profit organization specializing in pro bono legal representation of victims of race discrimination. The committee participates in community education on legal matters and promotes community economic development. This collection consists of court documents (e.g., pleadings, affidavits, motions, exhibits), correspondence, newspaper clippings, curricula, reports of limited English proficiency (LEP) participation, and a survey of bilingual literacy services in Boston and the surrounding towns. This collection is unrestricted.
Bromfield Street Educational Foundation, Records, 1963-2003 (bulk 1985-1993)(M64).
Bromfield Street Educational Foundation, Prison Newsletter Collection, 1972-1996(M169).
Elmer V. H. Brooks, Papers, 1924-1998 (bulk 1937-1968) (M129).
Coalition to Stop Institutional Violence, Records, 1972-1989 (M27).
Community Resources for Justice, Records, 1878–2008 (M182).
Sara R. Ehrmann, Papers, 1845-1993 (M39).
Martin Gopen, Papers, 1933-1994 (bulk 1969-1989) (M133).
Maria Iriti, Papers, ca. 1980-1999 (Z11-017, 46/1) [UNPROCESSED] Maria Iriti was a board member of GASP (Group against Smoking Pollution). The collection consists of printed material including magazines, newsletters, and newspaper clippings related to tobacco control advocacy. The collection covers material pertaining to STAT (Stop Teenage Addiction to Tobacco), ASH (Action on Smoking and Health), and GASP. This collection is unrestricted.
Flora Haas, Papers, 1964-1995 (M132).
Benjamin LaGuer, Papers, 1984-2000 (M100).
Warren C. Lane (collector), Photograph Collection, 1926–1933 (M192).
Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts, Records, 1954-1992 (M43).
Edward F. Lyons, Jr., Papers, n.d., 1917-1959 (M14).
Michael Meltsner, Papers, n.d., 1961-2008 (bulk 1978-2004) (M175).
National Lawyers Guild. Massachusetts Chapter, Inc., Records, 1970-2006 (M197).
Police News Collection, Scrapbooks, 1961-1968 (M4).
Kelley Ready, Papers, 1981-1994 (bulk 1985-1989) (M88).
The Justice George Lewis Ruffin Society, Records, 1963-2005 (M124).
Phyllis M. Ryan,Papers, 1959-1993 (bulk 1961-1988) (M94).
John Salvi, Papers, 1994-1996 (M97).
 

Education

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American Society for Engineering Education, Records, 1944-2001 (bulk 1960-1992) (M63).
Armed Services Young Men's Christian Association (Boston, Mass.), Records, 1917-2003 (bulk 1975-2003) (M148).
Boston-Bouvé College, Records, 1892-2000 (bulk 1925-1970) (M41).
Boston Guild for the Hard of Hearing, Records, 1916-2003 (M105).
Boston School of Dental Nursing, Records, 1940-1952 (M50).
Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston, Records, 1893-2004 (M103).
Dana C. Chandler, Jr., Papers, 1973-1991 (bulk 1977-1979) (M156).
Citywide Educational Coalition, Records, 1972-2001 (M130).
Carl Stephens Ell, Papers, 1912-1981 (M2).
Escuelita Agueybana Day Care Centers, Records, 1978-1996 (M116).
Andre Favat, Papers, 1960-1977 (M11).
Israel Katz, Papers, 1935-1998 (M48).
Asa S. Knowles, Papers, 1836-1990 (M20).
Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts, Records, 1954-1992 (M43).
Robert B. MacGregor, Papers, 1947 (M134).
Helen Mahut, Papers, n.d., 2003 (Z10-033, 46/4) [UNPROCESSED] Helen Mahut was a professor of Psychology at Northeastern University for twenty-three years. Considered a pioneer in the field of behavioral and cognitive neurosciences, she engaged in research at M.I.T. before continuing her work at NU. The collection includes autobiographical sketches and photocopies of photographs displaying life in Poland during the German occupation in WWII. The collection is unrestricted.
Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (METCO), Inc., Records, 1961-2005(M101).
Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (METCO), Inc., Records, 1969-2011 (Z12-014, 44/2) [UNPROCESSED] METCO, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1966 to eliminate racial imbalance by busing children from Boston and Springfield to suburban public schools in 38 suburban communities. This collection consists of Board of Directors records, financial statements, parent handbooks, press material, reports, memoranda, and newspaper clippings. This collection is unrestricted.
Walter Mueller (Boston Y Outing Club), Papers, ca. 1935-1985 (Z11-018, 46/1) [UNPROCESSED] Walter Mueller was a member of the Boston Y Outing Club. The club was part of the Boston Y.M.C.A.'s programing and was first organized in 1935, as a co-ed club engaging in outdoor activities including hiking, bicycling, sailing, skiing, and horeseback riding. The records consist of brochures, newsletters, short trip journals and photographs from the early days of the club. This collection is unrestricted.
Norman G. Miclette, Papers, 1952-1958(M147).
New England College of Pharmacy, Records, 1939-1962 (M15).
Frank Palmer Speare, Papers, 1878-1984 (M1).
Earl Rubington, Papers, ca. 1943-2004 (Z12-024, 93/3-7) [UNPROCESSED] Rubington was a teacher and researcher who focused on social issues and deviant behavior.  This collection consists of correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings, subject files, research notes for his books, interview notes on subjects, and syllabi and student papers from his sociology classes. This collection is unrestricted.
Urban Schools Collaborative,Records, 1976-1989 (A70).
Women's School (Cambridge, Mass.), Records, 1971-1992 (M23).
Young Men's Christian Association of Greater Boston, Records, 1833-2003(bulk 1851-1970) (M13).
Young Men's Christian Association, West Roxbury⁄Roslindale Branch, Records,1948-1995 (M62).

 

Politics

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Michael Aronson, Papers,1986-1988 (Z06-047, 47⁄2) [UNPROCESSED] Michael Aronson was a member of the speech writing team for Michael S. Dukakis' unsuccessful presidential bid. The collection includes the full-text of Dukakis' speeches, the original drafts with comments from Dukakis, and campaign posters. The collection is unrestricted.
Ronald W. Bailey, Oral History Collection, 1989-1990 (M153).
Sarah Farnsworth, Papers, 1987-1989 (Z12-045, 39/3, RS9/S2) [UNPROCESSED] Farnsworth worked on Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis' campaign for president in the late 1980s. This collection includes campaign material such as newspaper clippings, correspondence, an audio tape, bumper stickers, and campaign buttons. This collection is unrestricted.
Nelson Merced, Papers, 1966-2002 (M125).
Mike Dukakis for President, Inc., Records, 1962-1989 (bulk 1987-1988) (M32).
National Lawyers Guild. Massachusetts Chapter, Inc., Records, 1970-2006 (M197).
Bernard "Bunny" Solomon, Papers, 1925-2006 (M77).
John A. Volpe, Papers, 1943-1983 (M67).
Joseph D. Warren, Papers, 1972-2003 (M87).

 

Science & Technology

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American Society for Engineering Education, Records, 1944-2002 (M63).
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Records, 1980-1994 (M108).
Barnett Institute of Chemical and Biological Analysis, Records, 1978-2004 (A121).
Arthur Batcheller, Papers, 1888-1977 (bulk 1913-1955) (M12).
Charles Harold Berry, Papers, 1879-1963 (bulk 1917-1963) (M102).
Boston Elevated Railway Company. Library, Records, 1884-1967 (bulk 1921-1950) (M150).
Chas. T. Main, Inc., Records, 1975-[1977+] (M152).
Laurence F. Cleveland, Laboratory Manual, 1960 (M161).
Israel Katz, Papers, 1935-2003 (M48).
Marine Science Center, Records, 1945-2006 (bulk 1966-1993) (A123).
NASA Memorabilia and Newspaper Articles, Collection, 1963-1986 (bulk 1964-1968) (M154).
Harold R. Raemer, Papers, 1960-1999 (M171).
Eugene Reppucci, Papers, 1955-2004 (M181).

 

Women

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Abortion Action Coalition (Boston, Mass.), Records, 1970-1982 (M21).
Catherine L. Allen, Papers, 1928-2002 (M84).
Boston Area Feminist Coalition, Records, 1981-1983 (M121).
Boston-Bouvé College, Records, 1892-2000 (bulk 1925-1970) (M41).
Boston Coalition of Black Women, Records, 1993-2007 (M146).
Boston Women's Music Collective, Records, 1972-1985 (M22).
Boston Women's Pentagon Action, Records, 1980-1986 (M143).
Boston Women's Union, Records, 1973-1981 (bulk 1973-1978) (M145).
Marjorie Bouvé, Papers, 1892-1972 (bulk 1892-1918) (M89).
Melnea A. Cass, Papers, 1954-1979 (M79).
Coalition to Stop Institutional Violence, Records, 1972-1989 (M27).
The Coalition to Take Back the Night (Boston, Mass.), Records, 1978-1991 (M142).
Sara R. Ehrmann, Papers, 1845-1993 (M39).
Female Liberation: A Radical Feminist Organization, Records, 1968-1973(M122).
Greater Boston Chapter of the Older Women's League, Records, 1983-2010 (bulk 2000-2008) (M196).
Blanche Feder Hume, Collection, 1929 (Z13-006, 44/4) [UNPROCESSED] Blanche Hume graduated from the Boston School of Physical Education (later the Boston-Bouvé School) in 1929. This collection consists of a Boston School of Physical Education ring and a Boston School of Physical Education pin, both from 1929. This collection is unrestricted.
Elma Ina Lewis, Papers, 1917-1998 (M38).
Minnie L. Lynn, Papers, 1902-1991 (M85).
Helen Mahut, Papers, n.d., 2003 (Z10-033, 46/4) [UNPROCESSED] Helen Mahut was a professor of Psychology at Northeastern University for twenty-three years. Considered a pioneer in the field of behavioral and cognitive neurosciences, she engaged in research at M.I.T. before continuing her work at NU. The collection includes autobiographical sketches and photocopies of photographs displaying life in Poland during the German occupation in WWII. The collection is unrestricted.
Massachusetts Coalition of Battered Women's Service Groups, Collection, 1979-1981 (M138).
Jean McGuire, Records, ca. 1970-1985 (Z06-001, 44⁄2) [UNPROCESSED] Jean McGuire is the executive director of Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity. The collection includes material on her campaign and service relating to the Boston School Committee; and on being a trustee of The Children's Museum. The collection is unrestricted.
Marcia Memery, Papers, ca. 1960-1961 (Z12-010, 44/1) [UNPROCESSED] Memery was a student at the Boston-Bouvé School. This collection consists of photographs documenting classes and events. This collection is unrestricted.
Mobilization for Survival: Feminist Task Force, Records, 1985-1987 (M140).
Marjorie Muller, Papers, 1930-1934 (Z12-037, 47/4) [UNPROCESSED] Marjorie Muller graduated from the Bouvé-Boston School of Physical Education in 1934. The collection consists of a black wool tunic and vest with Bouvé-Boston School of Physical Education insignia patch, Muller's diploma from the Bouvé class of 1934, and a scrapbook covering the years 1930-1934. The scrapbook documents Marjorie Muller's extracurricular activities and time at the Bouvé-Boston School of Physical Education. Included in the scrapbook are dance cards, photographs, play programs, newspaper articles, commencement invitation and exercises program, and congratulatory graduation cards. The collection is unrestricted.
Northeastern University, Committee on the Status of Women, Records,1986-1987 (A65).
Northeastern University, Faculty Wives, Records, 1941-1971 (A5).
Northeastern University, 50th Anniversary of Undergraduate Women, Records,1943-1947, 1993 (A30).
Doris Shalit Oberg, Papers, 1933-1983 (M190).
The Oral History Center, Records, 1978-1998 (M73).
Katherine G. Osborne, Papers, 1874-1942 (M6).
Carmen A. Pola, Papers, 1970-2006 (bulk 1975-2000)(M159).
Kelley Ready, Papers, 1981-1994 (bulk 1985-1989) (M88).
Reproductive Rights National Network, Records, 1969-1995 (M137).
Phyllis M. Ryan, Papers, 1959-1993 (bulk 1961-1988) (M94).
The Second Wave: A Magazine of the New Feminism, Records, 1971-1984 (M19).
Sister Courage, Records, 1974-1980 (M123).
Muriel S. and Otto P. Snowden, Papers, 1911-1990 (bulk 1947-1985) (M17).
Somerville (Mass.) Women's Educational Center, Inc., Records, 1975-1983(M26).
Sondra Gayle Stein, Papers, 1977-1981 (M93).
Helen M. Sullivan, Papers, 1974-1975 (Z11-026, 44/2) [UNPROCESSED] Helen M. Sullivan received a Bachelor's Degree in Law from Northeastern in 1938 and a Master's Degree in Law in 1953. Sullivan worked as an assistant assessor in the Boston Assessor's Office In 1975, Sullivan received the School of Law Distinguished Alumna Award. This collection consists of memorabilia from Sullivan's time at Northeastern University. The collection is unrestricted.
Judith Tick, Papers, 1977-1978 (Z11-027, 44/4) [UNPROCESSED] Judith Tick is the Matthews Distinguished University Professor of Music at Northeastern University. Tick is an authority on American music and the history of women in music. She has written numerous books on both subjects and has won many awards for her scholarship. This collection consists of materials relating to Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition, 1150-1950 which Tick co-edited with Jane Bowers in 1986. The collection is unrestricted.
Travelers Aid Family Services, Records, 1891-2008 (M187.
Taimi R. Van Buren, Papers, 1933-1984 (Z08-050, 44⁄2) [UNPROCESSED] Taimi Regina Salo Van Buren was a graduate of the Class of 1934 from the Boston-Bouvé School of Physical Education. The collection documents Van Buren's time at Boston-Bouvé School and includes programs, photographs, newspaper clippings, memorabilia and some photographs of Class of 1934 reunions. The collection is unrestricted.
West Roxbury (Mass.) Women's Club, Records, 1965-1973 (M78).
Women against Violence against Women (Boston, Mass.), 1975-1978 (M25).
Women's Action Coalition (Boston, Mass.), Records, 1992-1997 (M60).
The Women's Coffeehouse, Records, 1978-1989 (M120).
Women's Educational Center (Cambridge, Mass.), Records, ca. 1971-2002 (M47).
Women's Institute for Leadership Development (WILD), Records, 1971–2003 (bulk 1987–2003). (M185)
Women's School (Cambridge, Mass.), Records, 1971-1992 (M23).