The records of the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island document the activities of the Anglican Church in Rhode Island from the early eighteen century through the late twentieth century. The collection is divided into thirteen series documenting the Church's administrative, religious, cultural, and financial activities from 1715 to 1990.
The records of the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island, 1810-2003, document the activities of the Anglican Church in Rhode Island from the early nineteenth century through to the twenty-first century. The collection is divided into eleven series documenting the Church's administrative, religious, cultural, and financial activities from 1810 to 2003. This collection complements Mss. Gr. 41, Records of the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island, 1715-1990.
Records of the Hillel Foundation, Rhode Island Chapter, 1972-1999
8.5 linear feet
This collection contains the records of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Rhode Island. Records pertain to the organization's director, board of trustees, programs, finances, and publications from the infant stages of the organization through 1999.
Records of the Kingstown Association, Inc., 1946-1948
0.25 linear feet
This collection contains the records of the Kingstown Association, Inc., a corporation which was formed in 1946 to purchase the Anstis French farm at the junction of route 138 and Upper College Road in Kingston, Rhode Island.
Records of the Nineteen Eighteen (1918) Club, 1960-2005
3.5 linear feet
This collection contains the records of the local 1918 Club from the time of its inception through its final days in 2004. The 1918 Club was an organization dedicated to promote friendship throughout the world. The Rhode Island chapter of the club took on a leadership role in the late 1990s.
Records of the Office of the Vice President Barlow/Browning Papers
7.5 linear feet
1940-1947 (bulk 1940-1947)
The Records of the Office of Vice President represents the records of two men, John Barlow and Harold Browning, who occupied the Office of the Vice President from 1940 through 1947 at the then Rhode Island State College. Both men served the institution for over forty years and both held a number of administrative positions, each often occupying a number of positions simultaneously. These records cover the war and post-war years at the school, as well as significant administration changes.
University of Rhode Island Library Special Collections
The collection contains the administrative and financial records of the Parents' Cooperative School, an alternative school for children ages three through eight. The school operated in Narragansett, RI from 1969 to 1980. Materials highlight the school's educational philosophy and practices, financial activities and concerns.