10 linear feet (8 records center boxes and 1 oversize box)
1927-2009 (bulk 1962-2008)
These papers date from 1927-2009 and include the personal papers and materials of M. Charles Bakst, Brown '66, and journalist for the Providence Journal. Includes manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, ephemera, photographs, audiocassettes and videotapes related to his student days at Brown and his career as a reporter and columnist.
Morris Abner Barr was an author, lyricist, and poet
whose poems tended towards nature, love, God, friendship, and Barr's
own life. A craftsman, Barr wrote about his experience creating
stools, gavels, and letter openers from the wood of the Sentry Tree
in "Immortalizing the Sentry Tree of George Washington." The
collection contains his writings, a scrapbook related to the George
Washington Sentry Tree, and correspondence with friends and
Stanton Peele was one of the first to reject the disease theory of alcoholism and offer alternatives to the 12-step program of AA. These papers include personal and scholarly correspondence, academic work from his undergraduate and graduate school years at Penn and Michigan, and drafts of his book,
2 linear feet (1 records center box and 2 legal-size document cases)
1886-2004 (bulk 1972-1999)
The Review Club records, 1886-2004 (bulk 1972-1999), includes papers and materials of the Review Club at Brown University. The collection includes booklets, manuscripts, correspondence, and ephemera related to the organization and its members.
The United Fascist Union records contain material regarding the organization and its director, Jackson Kirk Grimes. This collection includes correspondence, drawings, copies of photographs and articles writings by Grimes, and some legal documents. A copy of the information on the organization's website as of 2011 is also included in the collection. The material is dated between 1989 and 2011.