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.
The Brown University Medical School records comprise a range of administrative files related to various Medical School and University committees, student affairs, facilities and planning. Materials include agendas, annual reports, correspondence, meeting minutes, and topical files. Materials date from 1963 through 2007.
Brown University Million Dollar Endowment Fund records
0.25 linear feet (1 folder)
1911-1921 (bulk 1912)
The Brown University Million Dollar Endowment Fund records contain correspondence (including form letters) and reports detailing efforts to obtain donations from alumni in support of special projects and faculty retention. Correspondents include University President William H.P. Faunce, Treasurer Cornelius S. Sweetland, and members of the Endowment Committee.
Brown University President's Office Reference files
3.5 Linear feet
The President's Office reference files include a selection of historical and administrative material pertaining to Brown University. Topics include accreditation and reaccreditation, minority affairs, presidential search and selection committees, Pembroke and Veterans' Colleges. The material dates from 1960 through 2001.
The Brown University Special Events Department files pertain to campus events that took place from 1973 through 2001 and include presidential inaugurations, campus center openings, lecture series, commencements (1994-1996), and the Providence Journal/Brown University Public Affairs Conference. The collection contains correspondence, financial documents, lists of speakers, speeches, schedules, programs, seating arrangements, menus, videos and photographs.
The Brown University vice presidents’ reports from 1934 to 1935 were submitted by Albert Davis Mead and James P. Adams. The reports are extracts from the vice presidents’ report to the Advisory and Executive Committee. The extracts contain information about the annual report, enrollment, and awards and activities of various departments, deans, and faculty members.