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.
Includes printed drafts and final copies of bills and articles written or referenced by Senator Claiborne Pell, some including his margin notes, as well as ephemera such as programs from events he attended.
This collection contains drafts of several writing publications written by Sister Eugena Poulin on her family history and the history of women in New France, as well as collected biographical information, materials from attended events, and press.
8.33 linear feet (8 flat boxes (10"x13") and 1 oversize flat box (14"x20"))
1974-2004 (bulk 2004)
This collection contains articles and photographs related to the modern art exhibit held in Newport in 1974. It also contains exhibit photographs and labels related to Re:Monumenta, an event held in 2004 to emphasize the importance of the original exhibit.
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.
Financial records and correspondence related to Ogden Goelet and his family members, including his brother and his son, both named Robert. Much of the material relates to the family's real estate holdings in New York City and Odgen's Newport residence, Ochre Court.