Found in 70 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of periodontal instruments developed by Dr. Abraham Berliner, circa 1958, as well as some biographical information about him.
This collection contains a travel diary kept by Alice Baker MacIntosh from 1927 to 1928 and a typed transcript of the diary created by Alice’s grandson, Richard Allan Baker.
This collection contains the correspondence and published works of Arthur W. Row; prepublication material including annotated drafts; and theater-related books, photographs, ephemera and objects he collected. Ephemera include theater programs, scrapbooks, and clippings. Objects include stage costumes and jewelry.
This collection contains materials created and compiled by Ben Sands (E1954), former player and later coach of the Tufts hockey team, including newsclippings and publications, photographs, programs and rosters, statistics, correspondence, admnistrative material, and memorabilia.
This collection contains biographical information, correspondence, 1950-1981, memorial/obituary, 1982-1983, and technical papers, 1927-1948. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence to and from Bernard Gray in his capacity as Head Class Agent for 1911 and a collection of technical papers written in connection with the Asphalt Institute.
This collection contains fliers, photographs, and an essay created or compiled by Carl Manikian (E1972, A1974, D1977). Materials relate to campus life and Manikian's residence in Carmichael Hall.
This collection contains one campaign poster "Hon. C. Neal Barney for Congress;" photo album with photos of Barney, his wife, and two children; and one framed daguerreotype of Barney later in life. All items are undated.
This collection contains a time capsule the Class of 1883 created of material that was pertinent to their class or symbolic of their times. The Class of 1883 buried the Class Day Box on campus and then dug it up at their 50th reunion in 1933. At the reunion, the Class of 1883 added newspapers, programs, and other memorabilia to the time capsule. This collection includes class manuscripts, programs, newspapers and a school publication, photographs, coins, a report, and a course catalog.
This collection consists of correspondence, ephemera, newspaper clippings, a photograph, and publications (including Tufts College publications). The bulk of the materials are dated from 1933 to 1937. This collection was compiled by members of the Coolidge and Dame family, and focuses on Tufts College.