Found in 58 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains two boxes of newspaper clippings collected by Albert Warren Stearns. The articles were cut from publications dating from 1697 to 1937. The clippings are grouped according to specific subjects assigned by Stearns. The content of the articles reflect Stearns' sociological interests, and cover topics such as crime, prisons, health, and welfare.
This collection contains course files, subject files, and manuscripts, drafts, and papers created or collected by Alfred Rubin, professor of International Law at the Fletcher School of Tufts University (1973-2007).
This collection consists of photographs, correspondence and other papers related to Dr. Alvin Howell's research work with balloons. The collection primarily contains photographs of balloon launches that Howell directed.
The collection includes letters, publications, writings, personal papers, a commemorative Ballou Hall plaque, photographs, notebooks, and apparatus connected with Dolbear's academic work and with experiments regarding the invention of the telephone.
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.
This collection includes limited correspondence and information on the house where Tweed lived while teaching at Tufts College. Additionally there are two pictures of Tweed and a book of Byran's Poetry inscribed to him. The collection also includes a letter written in 1960 that provides references to biographical information about Tweed.