This collection includes a variety of records salvaged from the former Newport Shipyard, including correspondence, clippings, meeting minutes, promotional material, and administrative records, as well as images of boats affiliated with the shipyard and depicting work at the shipyard's three sites.
The collection includes a wide range of printed materials (reports, mailings, newspaper clippings, financial statements, court documents, correspondence, meeting agendas, announcements, publications, flyers, and press releases). In addition, there are materials concerning civil rights issues; the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU); the Subversive Activities Control Board (SACB); Committee for GI Rights; the Rosenerg-Sobell case; Stamler and Hall; American Committee for Protection of Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF); Emergency Civil Liberties Committee; American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born; the House Un-American Activities Committee, the Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee, and Sacco and Vanzetti.
Includes materials related to Sister Mary Christopher O'Rourke's work as president as Salve Regina College. In additional correspondence and professional records, the collection includes some materials about her life and professional work after her tenure as president.
Records of the Office of the Director of College and Community Relations, Robert J.
1.875 Linear Feet
related to the tenure of Robert J. McKenna as Director of College and Community Relations,
mainly correspondence and other documentation related to Salve Regina, with some
Papers of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Lester Carr, PhD
.13 Linear Feet
The records of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Lester Carr, PhD consist of correspondence and memorandum related to professional work, activities, and academic affairs conducted at Salve Regina University.
This collection contains correspndence written to and from Stephen T. Olney during
1817 and 1845-1875 with 46 other botanists regarding the study and collection of a wide
variety of plants. The bulk of his correspondence is with: Michael Schuck Bebb, John
Carey, Chester Dewey, and Earl Flint.