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Formal title:
Stephen S. Colvin papers
Extent:
1 linear foot
Date range:
1880-1934 (bulk 1900-1915)
Abstract:
This collection of papers primarily consists of manuscripts and published articles by Stephen S. Colvin, who was a scholar in the field of educational psychology and intelligence testing. A native Rhode Islander, Colvin graduated from Brown University with a bachelor's degree of philosophy in 1891, and a corresponding master's degree in 1894. He also received a doctorate degree from the University of Strasburg in 1897. He taught at a number of American universities, including Brown University, where he was appointed its first professor of educational psychology in 1912 and subsequently named the director of its School of Education in 1919. This collection also includes a small amount of correspondence, a scattered assortment of other printed materials (not written by Colvin), ephemera, and a few artifacts, including a print of an illustration by Richard Felton Outcault.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
AMS.1UF.2015.009
Formal title:
Grolier Club records
Extent:
5 linear ft. (5 records center boxes)
Date range:
1891-2009
Abstract:
The Grolier Club records, 1891-2009, includes papers and materials of the Grolier Club of New York, America's oldest and largest society for bibliophiles and literary enthusiasts. The collection includes manuscripts, correspondence and ephemera related to the organization and its members.
Repository:
Brown University Library
Collection call no:
Ms.2009.008
Formal title:
Alison Palmer Papers
Extent:
6.5 Linear feet
Date range:
1853-1991 (bulk 1971-1991)
Abstract:
Alison Palmer (Brown University Class of 1953) served in the United States Foreign Service (1959-1981) in Belgian Congo, Ethiopia, and Vietnam. Palmer successfully pursued two sex discrimination lawsuits against the State Department, winning in 1974 and 1987. After her retirement from the State Department in 1981, Palmer became the thirteenth woman Episcopal priest ordained in the United States. The Alison Palmer papers are chiefly related to her two lawsuits but also contain materials that document her foreign service career, and family papers.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
Ms.90.6

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