The Search For Equity: Women at Brown University records
1.25 Linear feet
The Search for Equity: Women at Brown University, 1891-1991, records include correspondence, clippings, surveys filled out by alumnae and women volunteers, Karen Lamoree's research material on alumnae and other women volunteers, and drafts of articles. The material dates from 1987 through 1992.
The Secretary's office files document the varied administrative functions attached to the position, including significant public relations responsibilities. The collection consists of administrative records arranged alphabetically by name and topic and deal with a broad range of campus issues including campus conflicts, the Corporation, honorary degrees, ROTC programs, student activities, visitors to campus. Materials date from 1948 through 1972.
Includes mainly materials related to Sister Shanley's tenure as president of Salve Regina College. The collection largely consists of correspondence and other communications, and also includes speeches, reports, and some records related to the Sisters of Mercy.
The Gerald "Shep" Shapiro Papers include correspondence, programs, and advertisement fliers related to his work as a Professor of Music and the performances by both himself and Brown students. Also included are several CD's of music recorded at performances at Brown University and approximately 100 booklets of sheet music composed by Shep Shapiro. The largest work is the symphonic "Mount Hope in Autumn," composed in 1989.
The collection consists of correspondence, research materials and reports, manuscripts, and subject files which document the work of Theodor R. Sizer and his involvement with the Coalition of Essential Schools (CES).
The Smiley papers comprise extensive correspondence; course and research materials; diaries, notebooks, and journals; typescript drafts and scrapbooks of his column, "Planets and Stars"; as well as audio and visual materials.
3.5 linear feet (3 records center boxes and 1 oversize folder)
These papers consist of pamphlets, brochures, books, periodicals, menus, programs and tickets for events, rosters of A.A. groups, speeches, newspaper and magazine clippings, postcards, greeting cards, gas rationing stamps, bills of sale, receipts, and letters either typed, autographed or photocopied. The majority of the materials focus on the early history of Alcoholics Anonymous in the Cleveland, Ohio area and Clarence Snyder's involvement in Alcoholics Anonymous.
Papers of the Academic Dean, Sister Margaret Sorensen
.1 Linear Feet
The records of Associate Academic Dean, Sister Margaret Sorensen consist of correspondence and memorandum related to the professional work, activities, and academic affairs conducted at Salve Regina University.