This collection contains the papers of celebrated botanist George H. M. Lawrence. The majority of the records in the collection are from the period 1971 to 1978 when Lawrence was in semi-retirement at his hone in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.
The Jamestown Historical Society sponsored the Jamestown Bridge Oral History Project as part of The Jamestown Bridge from the New Deal to the 1990s: From "The Bridge to Nowhere" to Obsolescence project to document the role of the Jamestown Bridge in the social, economic, and political history of Rhode Island.
The collection consists of taped interviews of former employees of the Jamestown and Newport Ferry company conducted by the Jamestown Historical Society. The interviews, recorded on cassette tapes, release forms, and detailed index comprise this collection.
This collection contains a portion of the architectural drawings, maps, sketches, surveys, and other materials used and created by engineer and surveyor Leon Holland in the towns of South Kingston, Narragansett, and Charlestown, Rhode Island.
Records of the Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island, 1971-1990
85.5 linear feet
The records of the Coastal Resource Center (CRC) document the activities of the CRC from 1971-1990. The records are concerned with Rhode Island and the northeast region, and peripherally deal with national and international programs. Types of materials include: reports, correspondence, research data, project proposals, budget data, reference materials, publications, photographs, audio tapes, maps, receipts, minutes, pamphlets, transparencies, and drafts of theses and dissertations.