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Tufts University -- History
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 78 Collections and/or Records:
Academic Achievements and Sporting Accomplishments: The History of Black Male and Female Athletes at Tufts, 1900-Present
Academic Achievements and Sporting Accomplishments: The History of Black Male and Female Athletes at Tufts, 1900-Present, 2003
Call Number: UA069.005.DO.00096
Scope and Contents: Article on the history of Black student athletes at Tufts; accompaniment to ALH exhibit.
Albert Henry Imlah Papers
Call Number: MS176
Scope and Contents: This collection contains materials by and related to Albert H. Imlah, Tufts University professor of economics. Materials date from 1903 – 2005. The collection has photographs of the Tufts campus, Tufts faculty, and the Imlah family. It also includes a number of books written by Albert H. Imlah and Ann G. Imlah, his daughter. The collection also contains correspondence relating to his research and appointment at Tufts University, as well as personal correspondence with his wife, Helen...
Dates: bulk 1932 -- 1985, 1903 -- 2005
Alfred Church Lane Papers
Call Number: MS127
Scope and Contents: This collection includes biographical sketches and memorial materials, newspaper clippings, one manuscript by an anonymous, possibly German, author that is entitled "The Science of God" (which A. C. Lane attempted to get published in 1939 or 1940), personal and professional correspondence, and Alfred Church Lane's war records. The bulk of the material dates from 1920 to 1948 and was created in the context of Dr. Lane's activities as the Pearson Professor of Geology and Minerology at Tufts...
Dates: bulk 1920 -- 1948, 1903 -- 1983
Amory Nelson Hardy Photographs
Call Number: MS223
Scope and Contents: This collection contains print photographs of the Tufts campus taken by Boston photographer Amory N. Hardy. The photographs capture the scenery of Tufts at a time when the campus was expanding with the construction of new buildings, such as Barnum Hall, Goddard Chapel, and Goddard Gymnasium (later renamed Goddard Hall), in the 1880s. They also display contemporary events on campus, such as a baseball game and Daniel Pratt's May 1885 lecture outside Packard Hall.
Dates: 1883 -- 1885
Andrew McClellan Collection of Jumbo Memorabilia
Call Number: MS250
Overview: This collection contains Jumbo memorabilia collected by Tufts University Art History Professor Andrew McClellan for a 2014 exhibition at the Tufts University Gallery on Tufts's mascot, Jumbo the Elephant.
Dates: circa 1860 -- 2014
Another Light on the Hill: A History of Black Students at Tufts, 1900-the Present
Dates: 1960 -- 2002
Another Light on the Hill: A History of Black Students at Tufts, 1900-the Present, 1960 -- 2002
Call Number: UA069.005.DO.00095
Scope and Contents: Article on the history of Black students at Tufts, accompanies exhibit.
Dates: 1960 -- 2002
Arthur Irving Andrews Papers
Call Number: MS019
Scope and Contents: This collection contains correspondence from and pertinent to Andrews including memoranda, pamphlets, photos, and reports regarding his teaching, the department and travels. The collection also contains some of the documents Andrews collected for the planned Tufts War Memorial/Museum, an effort he spearheaded to commemorate the part Tufts men played in World War I.
Dates: bulk 1915 -- 1925, 1911 -- 1978
Arthur W. Leighton Papers
Call Number: MS056
Scope and Contents: This collection includes church organizational documents and brochures, correspondence, educational records, essays, news clippings and photographs from Tufts University professor Arthur Whiting Leighton. In addition to his service to Tufts as a professor of engineering design and graphics, Leighton was active in a number of local Congregational church organzations. Some of these organizations included in his papers are North Street Church, Boston Congregational Club, Woburn Association of...
Dates: 1913 -- 1973