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This collection contains class notes from graduate work as well as professional notes and subject files collected by Ernest D. Klema from 1944-1963. Much of the collection contains notes for courses that Klema taught in nuclear engineering and physics at the Oak Ridge School of Reactor Technology and the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
This collection contains materials from the life and career of Dr. Franklin M. Loew, who served as Dean of the Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine from 1982-1995 in addition to holding positions at several other universities. Materials include correspondence, administrative records, research and reference materials, newpaper clippings, and writings by Loew, as well as audiovisual materials related to veterinary medicine and teaching.
This collection consists of biographical information, publications, and course materials and notes by and about Frederick C. Nelson. The course materials primarily consist of lecture notes and presentations that Nelson prepared for courses that he taught, such as "Applied Acoustics for Mechanical Engineers."
This collection includes notebooks, notes, a leatherbound scrapbook, and one VHS videotape from Bacon's time as a student and faculty member at Tufts in the Department of Physics, the College of Engineering and the Bromfield Pearson School.
This collection contains the papers of Dr. Hagop Deranian, an Armenian-American dentist and historian. The bulk of the collection contains research and notes about the history of dentistry. Other items of note are correspondence related to the establishment of the Deranian Dental Museum, copies of books written and published by Deranian, and a documentary about the history of dentistry that features Dr. Deranian.
The collection consists of artifacts (including communion cups, plates, and drinking pitchers), correspondence, minutes, news clippings, photographs, and syllabi. Also included are Chinese Buddhist texts and a Bulletin from the Crane Theological School. The bulk of this material is dated from 1959 to 1996. Topics of this collection include the closing of the Department of Religion at Tufts University and the James A. Russell Lecture on Spiritual Life.
This collection contains the papers of Jeanne Penvenne, professor in the Tufts University Department of History from 1993-2018, including material by or about her colleague Gerald R. Gill (1948-2007).
- Subject: Faculty papers X
- University history 16
- Tufts University -- History 15
- Teaching and learning 9
- Greater Boston arts 4
- Medical history 4
- Medicine -- History 4
- Tufts University -- Faculty -- Archives. 4
- Faculty research 3
- Alumni collections 2
- Environmental policy -- Research 2
- International law 2
- Medical care 2
- Music 2
- Physics 2
- African American history 1
- African Americans -- Civil rights 1
- African Americans -- History 1
- Alumni and alumnae 1
- American Chemical Society 1 + ∧ less
- Gill, Gerald R. 2
- Holmes, John 2
- Anderson, Thomas Jefferson (T.J.) 1
- Andrews, Arthur I. 1
- Bacon, George Preston 1
- Bartlett, Ruhl Jacob 1
- Bolles, Edwin Courtlandt 1
- Boston Dispensary 1
- Bott, Raoul, 1923-2005 1
- Cless, Downing 1
- Cohen, Jonathan 1
- Cormack, Allan MacLeod 1
- Dana-Farber Cancer Institute 1
- Darling, Donald B. 1
- Delfiner, Henry 1
- Dennett, Daniel C. 1
- Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering 1
- Department of Drama 1
- Department of Physics and Astronomy 1
- Department of Psychology 1 + ∧ less