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Tufts Medical Center Records

Call Number: UA144
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, publications, reports, and subject files relating to the founding and operations of the Tufts Medical Center, formerly known as Tufts New England Medical Center. Other topics significantly represented in this collection include the Boston Dispensary and the Bingham Associates Fund of Massachusetts.
Dates: 1911 -- 1998

UNESCO Second Canadian Archaeological Expedition to Carthage Records

Call Number: MS210
Scope and Contents This collection contains archaeological records, reports, field journals, small find reports, excavation site images, maps, tracings of mosaics and drawings from the UNESCO Second Canadian Archaeological Expedition to Carthage, led by Colin Wells. The records primarily cover the dig on section 2CC on the Northern Sector Theodosian Wall from of 1976 and 1986.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1978 -- 2002; 1905 -- 2008

University Microfilm Collection

Call Number: UA193
Scope and Contents This is an artificial collection comprised of microfilm created by the Tufts University library system during the 1960s and 1970s. When possible, microfilm reels are housed with their related collection. However, in a few cases, multiple collections are represented on individual reels. Those cases are housed in the University Microfilm Collection. Collections included on these reels include the Office of the President, the Office of the Provost, the Board of Trustees, the School of...
Dates: 1878 -- 1985

Vertical File Collection

Call Number: UA073
Scope and Contents The vertical files contain correspondence, news clippings, alumni information forms, transcripts, curriculum vitae, correspondence, publications, and photographs relating to alumni, faculty, staff, and honorary degree recipients.

Files of faculty and staff often contain correspondence with the president and upper administration of Tufts that was most likely removed from the presidential papers collections.
Dates: 1695 -- 2012

Wild Bird Pathology Database

Call Number: MS174
Scope and Contents This collection, donated by Mark Pokras, contains digital and paper records dating related to the Wild Bird Pathology Database from 2006 to 2011. The digital files include spreadsheets, images from the Mark Pokras dead bird collection, a database, application code, an XML website, and the data dictionary. The paper records consists of another copy of the data dictionary, dated 2011, which brings together the appendices of the database, and includes lists of bird classification web resources,...
Dates: 2011

William Moomaw Papers

Call Number: MS216
Scope and Contents This collection contains the papers of William Moomaw. It documents his work as a professor at the Fletcher School, including class materials, lecture notes, and bound research materials.
Dates: 1992 -- 2014

William Northrop Morse Papers

Call Number: MS280
Overview This collection contains records of Tufts theater productions, created or compiled by William Northrop Morse and dating primarily from his time as a professor at Tufts from 1928 to 1934. Materials in this collection include student theater programs from Pens, Paint, and Pretzels (3Ps) and other student organizations, newspaper clippings, photos from a 1928 3Ps production of Emperor Jones, and copies of the Tufts Weekly.
Dates: circa 1928 -- 1935

William Rollin Shipman Papers

Call Number: MS086
Scope and Contents This collection consists of Shipman's letters to his parents from 1860-75 covering his family, sermons, and garden.
Dates: 1860 -- 1975

Women's Club Records

Call Number: UA059
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence, meeting minutes, financial records, membership lists, scrapbooks, materials relating to the international student hosting program, and program advertisements from the Women's Club. Documentation for the formation and closure of the club is also present in the form of initial bylaws, application for non-profit status, and votes regarding the closure of the club.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1934 -- 1984; 1917 -- 2000

Woodrow Wilson Sayre Papers

Call Number: MS143
Scope and Contents This collection contains the records of Woodrow Wilson Sayre's time as an assistant professor at Tufts University. Most material relates to Sayre's Mount Everest expedition and the controversy of his dismissal from Tufts University in the form of newspaper and magazine clippings and administrative records.
Dates: 1958 -- 1978