The Thomas F. Banchoff papers (1935-2012, bulk 1963-1997) contain administrative, research, and teaching materials relating to Professor Banchoff's tenure as a professor of mathematics at Brown University. Included are correspondence, lecture and research notes, manuscripts, course syllabi and exams, and records of various faculty and university committees of which he was a member. The papers also include records from Professor Banchoff's term as acting Dean of Student Affairs at Brown (1971-1972) that reflect the racial and political campus issues of the time.
The University Librarians' files, circa 1992-2012, contains alphabetically arranged office files dated from circa 1992 to 2012. This material was compiled during the tenure of University Librarians Merrily Taylor and Harriette Hemmasi. The files concern, among other topics, the library's budget, gifts, and various library and academic departments.
The Brown University Medical Library files contain information on the history of the medical library, medical edcuation and the Division of Biology and Medicine at Brown, as well as sub-committee and self-study reports on the medical school. The files are dated from 1972 to 2010.
William N. Davis Plant Business Manager office files
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The William N. Davis Plant Business Manager office files contain general office files, minutes and reports related to the management of food services, housing, and the physical plant of Brown University. They include information regarding the budget and unions at Brown as well as files regarding on-campus and off-campus buildings owned by Brown. The files are dated from circa 1946 to 1974.
The John Elmendorf papers include office files, subject files, and materials regarding the Latin American Studies Program at Brown University. The papers were compiled while Elmendorf was Vice President of Brown, from 1961 to 1965.
The Paul F. Maeder papers consist of office files dated from 1970 to 1977. The files are arranged alphabetically by topic. They include materials concerning academic programs, administration and faculty of Brown University as well as issues such as affirmative action, ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps), energy use, and day care.