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Collection Overview
Title:University Libraries records
Date:1913-2012 (bulk 1970s-1990s)
Location Code:28/1-2, 35/3-4, 36/1, FF1/D4, FF2/D7, Art File 4
Reference Code:A24
Extent: 47.15 cubic feet (52 boxes and 4 oversize folders)
Scope and Content Abstract:The records of the Northeastern University Libraries date from 1913 to 2012. They document the activities of the Office of the Dean, library committees and associations, library departments, and other units of the library system. Records include reports, budgets, meeting minutes, memoranda, guides and handbooks, newsletters, funding proposals, programs, bibliographies, manuals, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and catalogs. Of particular interest are recordings of the "Meet the Author" events sponsored by the University Libraries Advancement and Marketing Department (see Series 3).
Historical Abstract:The Northeastern University (NU) Libraries began as a small collection of books that comprised the library at the Berkeley Street YMCA. Myra White was appointed the first NU librarian in the mid-1930s. By 1953, NU had its own library building, Dodge Hall. Roland H. Moody became the first director of NU's library and led the library in a period of expansion and reorganization that reflected NU's educational aims; collection size more than doubled, staff and budgets grew, and the library engaged the NU community by offering workshops about library use and by providing library liaisons to academic departments. In 1959, the library was named the Dodge Library after Robert Gray Dodge, who gave the first lecture at NU's Law School in October, 1897. In 1963, the NU Library became an official repository of government documents. In 1966, the Learning Resources Center was created, which removed responsibility for materials other than monographs and serials from the library. In 1975, the Center was reunited with the library, and Moody became Dean of University Libraries and Learning Resources. Beginning in 1981, NU began campaigning for a larger library facility. The new $35 million library and resource center was completed in the fall of 1990 and was named after George Snell to honor his donation, the largest single alumni donation in Northeastern's history at the time. In 1994, the first professional archivist was hired, and in 1998 the Archives and Special Collections was awarded a two-year grant of $153,000 from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission to fund the Department's efforts to preserve the history of Boston's under-documented communities.
Language and Scripts:The materials in the collection are entirely in English.
System of Arrangement:The materials in the collection are arranged in four series: 1. Office of the Dean, 2. Library Departments and Other Units, 3. Author Talks, and 4. Memorabilia.
Subjects and Contributors:
  • Albisa, Cathy.
  • Baron, Cynthia.
  • Benenfeld, Alan.
  • Breines, Winifred.
  • Brooks, Geraldine.
  • Brown, Leonard.
  • Carrol, Michael.
  • Chow, Keith.
  • Conrad, Jessamyn.
  • Cronin, Joe.
  • Davis, Martha.
  • Enderlin, Charles.
  • Fox-Penner, Peter.
  • Gill, Michael Gates.
  • Goldman, Steven.
  • Gordon, Cassandra.
  • Goshgarian, Gary.
  • Green, Maria.
  • Grogan John.
  • Harris, Roy.
  • Hatfield, Juliana.
  • Klein, Daniel.
  • Lam, Vincent.
  • Ma, Jerry.
  • MacDonald, Michael Patrick.
  • Miles, William.
  • Moody, Roland H.
  • Musil, Robert.
  • Nemzoff, Ruth.
  • Normandin, Marc.
  • Nunez, Elizabeth.
  • O'Nan, Stewart.
  • Pollack, Wendy.
  • Raymond, Dwayne.
  • Rediker, Marcus.
  • Robinson, Harlow.
  • Robison, John Elder.
  • Rothchild, Alice
  • Sadow, Stephen.
  • Sanders, Lisa.
  • Schatz, Aaron.
  • Sheehan, Joe.
  • Shen, Aisling.
  • Tars, Eric.
  • Thankor, Manisha.
  • Wallace, Stephen.
  • Weiss, James.
  • White, Myra.
  • Yang, Jeff.
  • Zaremba, Alan.
  • Anzalone, Filippa.
  • Bary, Thomas.
  • Bren, Ethan.
  • Carpenter, Maria.
  • Chamberlain, Carol.
  • Dalton, Andy.
  • Donley, Albert M.
  • Habich, Elizabeth.
  • Iannone, Jonathan.
  • Krizack. Joan D.
  • Morrow, Janet.
  • Oka, Christine.
  • Schotka, Roberta.
  • Shah, Nina.
  • Wakeling, William.

  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Libraries.
  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Archives and Special Collections Dept.
  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Information Services.
  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Libraries. Advancement and Marketing Department.
  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Libraries. Cataloging Department.
  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Libraries. Digital Media Design Studio.
  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Libraries. Media Center.
  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Libraries. Office of the Dean.

  • Academic librarians--Massachusetts--Boston.
  • Academic libraries--Acquisitions--Massachusetts--Boston.
  • Academic libraries--Administration.
  • Academic libraries--Automation.
  • Academic libraries--Departmental libraries--Massachusetts--Boston.
  • Library employees--Massachusetts--Boston.
  • Libraries--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  • Academic libraries--Reference services--Massachusetts--Boston.
  • Depository libraries--Massachusetts--Boston.
  • Government publications.
  • Library buildings--Massachusetts--Boston.

Conditions Governing Access:Records are closed for 25 years from the date of their creation unless researchers have written permission from the creating office.
Technical Access:The Programming and Communications Committee file backup discs (Series 2) contain outdated .fcp (Final Cut Pro) files that are not viewable with current software available at Snell Library.
Accruals:Further accruals are expected.
Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use:Copyright restrictions may apply.
Finding Aids:
Processor:Finding aid prepared by Abigail Cramer, November 2012; updated by Caitlin Birch, January 2014

Scope and Content Note

This collection is arranged into four series. Series I. Office of the Dean includes Library executive summaries (the production of which was discontinued in 1985) and annual reports, Library budgets, the records of Library committees and associations, the records of University committees and groups, Library guides and handbooks, memoranda from the Dean of Libraries, Library newsletters, and subject files related to both the Library and the University.

The Library committees and associations include: the Library Administrative Group, the Assistant Librarians Group, the Library Automation Committee, the Library Exhibits Committee, the Joint Committee, the Library Advisory Committee, the Northeastern University Librarians Association, the Northeastern University Libraries Support Staff Association, the Northeastern University Staff Librarians Association, the Library Staff Development Committee, and the University Library Operations Committee. Of particular note are the records of the University Library Planning Committee, which was responsible for the planning and building of a new library building, Snell Library (see also the "Snell Library Building" Subject File). The University committees and groups include: the Academic Computing Advisory Committee, the Ad Hoc Committee on Affirmative Action, the Deans' Council, the Faculty Senate, the Technology Council, the Telecommunications Advisory Committee, the NUnet Library Resources Task Force, the University Council, and the University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee.

The memoranda from the Dean's Office document security and operational procedures, storage issues, workshops or conferences held at the Library or given by the Library staff, and maintenance issues. The newsletters include: "@ NU Libraries Faculty Newsletter" (2002-2004), "The Artful Dodger" (1976), "Computer Search Services" (1980-1986), "Cross Reference" (1969, 1971-1984), "The Flag" (2001-2006), and "Library Links" (1993-1997).

Series II. Library Departments and Other Units includes the records of many Library departments, including: Acquisitions, Advancement and Marketing, Archives and Special Collections, Cataloging, Circulation, Collection Development, Documents/Microforms, Information Commons, Instruction, Interlibrary Loan, Processing, Reference, Reserves, Selections, Serials/Periodicals, and Technical Services. Of note are the records of the Archives and Special Collections Department's NHPRC grant, including records of the advisory boards, collection recruitment information, reports submitted to the NHPRC, and promotional materials.

This series also include records of NU divisional libraries and branch libraries, including: the African-American Institute Library, Boston-Bouvé School Libraries, Burlington Campus Library, Dedham Campus Library, Chemistry/Biomedical Sciences Library, Curriculum Library, Marine Sciences Library, Mathematics/Psychology Library, Music Library, Nursing Library, Physical Therapy Library, Physics/Electrical Engineering Library, Rehabilitation Library, and Law Library. Other units represented include: the F. Andre Favat Center (including accession lists, acquisitions lists, annual reports, brochures, budgets, donations, events, and policies), the Media Center, the Peer Tutoring Center (including brochures, College Reading & Learning Association training and certification, and statistics), and the Office of Learning Resources (OLR) which was originally called the Office of Educational Resources. The OLR oversaw the Learning Resource Center before the OLR and Library merged. The OLR material includes: records of the advisory board, annual reports, brochures, budgets, resource guides, instructional materials catalogs, memoranda, newspaper clippings, objectives and functions of the OLR, an organizational history, policies and procedures, publications, reports and statistics, and staff job descriptions.

Series III. "Meet the Author" Events contains audio and video recordings of events organized by the Libraries' Advancement and Marketing Department in which authors of recently published, noteworthy books of all genres give readings and discuss their works.

Series IV. Memorabilia includes Northeastern University and University Libraries promotional items such as a mouse pad, carabiners, and a t-shirt. Researchers should note that box 50 no longer exists, the box contained "The Fabric of Northeastern" quilt which is currently on display on the second floor of Snell Library.  The quilt was created in honor of the University employees who donated $500 or more during the Campus Campaign. The quilt was created by Cassandra Gordon, and it was on display in Snell Library from September 19, 1990 to July 2, 2012 until it was removed during renovations.  The quilt was re-displayed on January 2, 2015.

Historical Note

The development of the Northeastern University (NU) Libraries began with the birth of the University in 1898 as part of the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA). The NU Library grew out of an informal collection of books housed at the Berkeley Street YMCA; by 1929, the number of people taking courses offered by the YMCA had drastically increased, so the Library was formed; the collection at that time included 12,740 books. In the mid 1930s, Myra White was appointed the first NU librarian to care for the growing book collection. Through White's efforts, the collection grew to meet the needs of University students.

Due in large part to the overflow of books and materials and the YMCA's need for extra space, by 1953 NU had its own library building on campus, later named Dodge Hall. With this change in location came a change in the library's administration; Roland H. Moody came from Harvard's Lamont Library to become the first Director of Northeastern's library. Together with his newly appointed assistant librarian Albert M. Donley, former librarian of the Dedham Public Library, Moody led Northeastern's Library in a period of expansion and reorganization that reflected the educational aims of the University. Collection size more than doubled, staff and budgets grew, and the Library engaged the NU community by offering workshops on using the Library and by providing Library liaisons to academic departments in order to increase faculty involvement in collection development. The Library's growth and outreach stemmed from the belief of the administration that "the Library is a service organization in which students, faculty, and the community should all be active participants" (Frederick, Emerging Giant, 273).

On October 28, 1959, the Library was officially dedicated Dodge Library, named after Robert Gray Dodge who gave the first lecture at Northeastern's Law School in October, 1897, marking the University's beginning. In the 1960s, the Commonwealth granted Northeastern the right to award graduate degrees; this led to an expansion of the library system. In 1961, doctoral programs in chemistry and physics were established. In response to this new need for research materials, Dodge Library opened its first graduate research division. 1966 saw the opening of the Charles A. Dana Research Building and the establishment of the second graduate research library housing physics and electrical engineering collections. Two years later, in 1968, the third graduate research building opened, Edward L. Hurtig Hall, which housed materials on chemistry, chemical engineering, and allied health services. Along with these new libraries, NU established the Boston-Bouvé department in Dodge Hall, the Burlington Campus Library (1964) with funds from the Lufkin Trust, and the Marine Science Institute Library in Nahant. Northeastern Library's in-house expansion was completed in 1963 when it was designated an official repository of government documents under the 1962 Federal Deposit Library Act. With this new status, Northeastern joined MIT and Harvard as the third Boston-area university to receive such documents.

The size of the Library's monograph and periodical collections continued growing. At the same time, other media were added to the collection. In 1953, the Library accepted the responsibility of caring for a small audiovisual collection, but by 1964 the material had grown to unmanageable proportions, so a separate Programmed Instruction Collection was established over which the Library had limited control. Two years later, in 1966, the Learning Resources Center was created, followed almost immediately by the autonomous Office of Learning Resources, which removed responsibility for materials other than monographs and serials from the Library. Less than a decade later, in 1975, it was reunited with the Library, and Moody became Dean of University Libraries and Learning Resources.

With the explosion of computer technology, Northeastern Libraries automated. In the mid 1960s, the first computer system was introduced for government documents. On the heels of this development was the 1967 installation of a computerized acquisition system that allowed librarians to select, order, and process books online. A year later an automated circulation system was introduced, and the 1970s brought additional computer terminals for staff access to OCLC (the Online Computer Library Center). The last step in this initial automation effort came in 1973 when Northeastern joined the Boston Library Consortium. In 1974, Cataloging Librarian Alan Benenfeld created the 1,000,000th record added to OCLC; in honor of this, Benenfeld received the OCLC Gold Record award at the annual American Library Association conference of that year. Benenfeld would later become NU's Dean of Libraries.

By 1976, students at Northeastern felt they had outgrown Dodge Library, which had been established before Northeastern developed as a graduate research facility. To meet their greater research needs, the students called for a new facility to be built. The university responded by launching a building design competition in 1981 under the direction of the University Library Operations Committee. In January, 1983, the committee selected the plan proposed by the Architects Collaborative of Cambridge, and the fundraising process began. Due to the efforts of NU President Kenneth G. Ryder, the federal government gave Northeastern $13.5 million for a new facility. Additionally, the NU Century Fund Phase II (1987-1991) raised a total of $175 million of which $62 million went directly to the Library building project.

While fundraising was still ongoing, on October 4, 1987, Northeastern held the ground breaking ceremonies for the new building, which would later be named Snell Library. The ground breaking was overseen by the new Dean of the Libraries, Alan Benenfeld, who succeeded Dean Moody in 1984; Dean Benenfeld came to Northeastern from UCLA where he had been coordinator of Physical Sciences and Technology Libraries, and he had previously worked at the NU Libraries as a Librarian in the Cataloging Department. Just as Library facilities underwent change, so too did the administrative structure evolve under Dean Benenfeld; he restructured the library administration with the addition of two associate deans: Associate Dean of User Services and Associate Dean of Technical Services. The fall of 1990 saw the completion of the new building and its dedication; the $35 million Library and Resource Center was named after George Snell to honor his $1,000,000 donation, the largest single alumni donation in Northeastern's history at the time.

In 1994, Joan D. Krizack became the first professional University Archivist and Head of Special Collections. In 1998, the Archives and Special Collections Department received a two-year grant of $153,000 from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) to fund the Department's efforts to preserve the history of Boston's under-documented communities. Krizack directed the project to identify, acquire, and make accessible materials representing the African American, Chinese, Puerto Rican, and gay and lesbian communities of Boston. Since the beginning of the project, the targeted communities have evolved; what began as an effort to document the Puerto Rican community has expanded to become an effort to document the larger Latino community, the effort to document the gay and lesbian community has expanded to include all LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning) communities, and the effort to document the Chinese community has grown to include all Asian American communities. The Department's efforts to help preserve the history of the four communities continue.

In 1999 and 2000, the NU Libraries staff selected a new integrated library system (ILS), Innovative Interfaces Inc.'s Millennium Software still in use by the Libraries as of 2012.

Chronology of Deans
mid-1930s-1953Myra White, Head Librarian
1953-1975Roland H. Moody, Director
1975-1984Roland H. Moody, Dean
1984-2001Alan Benenfeld, Dean
2001-2002Filippa Anzalone, Acting Dean
2002-2007Edward Warro, Dean
2007-2008William Wakeling, Acting Dean
2009-presentWilliam Wakeling, Dean
Bibliography

Frederick, Antoinette. Northeastern University: An Emerging Giant, 1959-1975. Boston: Northeastern University Custom Book Program, 1982.

Frederick, Antoinette. Northeastern University, Coming of Age: The Ryder Years, 1975-1989. Boston: Northeastern University, 1995.

Marston, Everett C. The Origin and Development of Northeastern University, 1989-1960. Boston: Northeastern University, 1961.

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Series:

1. Office of the Dean, 1926-2012
Volume:21.75 cubic feet
Arrangement:

The materials in this series are arranged alphabetically by topic and then chronologically within those topics where appropriate.
Summary:

Included in this series are Library executive summaries (the production of which was discontinued in 1985) and annual reports, Library budgets, the records of Library committees and associations, the records of University committees and groups, Library guides and handbooks (including the New Faculty Guide), memoranda from the Dean of Libraries, Library newsletters, and subject files related to both the Library and the University.

The Library committees and associations include: the Library Administrative Group, the Assistant Librarians Group, the Library Automation Committee, the Library Exhibits Committee, the Joint Committee, the Library Advisory Committee, the Northeastern University Librarians Association, the Northeastern University Libraries Support Staff Association, the Northeastern University Staff Librarians Association, the Library Staff Development Committee, and the University Library Operations Committee. Of particular note are the records of the University Library Planning Committee, which was responsible for the planning and building of a new library building, Snell Library (see also the "Snell Library Building" Subject File).

The University committees and groups include: the Academic Computing Advisory Committee, the Ad Hoc Committee on Affirmative Action, the Deans' Council, the Faculty Senate, the Technology Council, the Telecommunications Advisory Committee, the NUnet Library Resources Task Force, the University Council, and the University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee.

Arranged chronologically, the memoranda from the Dean's Office document security and operational procedures, storage issues, workshops or conferences held at the Library or given by the Library staff, and maintenance issues.

The collection contains eleven newsletters published by the library, including: "@ NU Libraries Faculty Newsletter" (2002-2004), "The Artful Dodger" (1976), "Computer Search Services" (1980-1986), "Cross Reference" (1969, 1971-1984), "The Flag" (2001-2006), and "Library Links" (1993-1997).

Of particular note in this series are the subject files which cover topics such as automation, and includes lists of Northeastern faculty publications from 1965 and 1969, strategic planning materials from the early 1990s as well as the late 1990s, information about NU's accreditation and reaccreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), a proposal for the construction of Snell Library, and extensive information about the selection of an integrated library system.
BoxTitleDate
1, 21Annual Reports and Operational Summaries (46 folders)1953-1984, 2002-2006, 2008-2011
21Awardsn.d., 1992
21Brochures (2 folders)n.d., 1993-2006
1, 6, 7, 21-22Budgets (53 folders)1926-2003
Committees: Library
22AACR2 (Anglo American Cataloging Rules) Task Force1980-1981
22Administrative Group (2 folders)1974-1977, 1983-1985, 1996, 2005
22Assistant Librarians Group1974-1980
1, 22Automation Committee (2 folders)1982-1985
1Building Program Committee: Memoranda and Building Program1985-1988
22Exhibits Committee1982-1986
1, 22Joint Committee (10 folders)1981-1987
22Liaison Committee1969
22Library Advisory Committee (4 folders)1988-1998
22Library Organization Study Group1983
1, 22Northeastern University Librarians Association (NULA) (3 folders)1987-1993
1, 22Northeastern University Libraries Support Staff Association (NULSSA) (4 folders)1975-1987
Northeastern University Staff Librarians Association (NUSLA)
22General (3 folders)1973-1993
1, 22Minutes and Memoranda (13 folders)n.d., 1974-1988
1, 22Salary Surveys (3 folders)1973-1985
1, 22Serials Committee (4 folders)1977-1989
22-23Staff Development Committee (5 folders)1975-1976, 2002-2005
University Library Operations Committee
23General (2 folders)1969-1970, 1972-1973, 1984
1Membership Lists1969-1981
1Minutes (16 folders)1969-1985
University Library Planning Committee (ULPC)
23General (9 folders)1967-1970, 1979-1989
23Advisory Task Force on Energy Efficiency, Environment, and Design (2 folders)1979-1981
23Agendas and Minutes (2 folders)1980-1982
23-24The Architects Collaborative (3 folders)1982, 1987-1988
24Boston Redevelopment Authority1988
24"Central Library Building Program"1985
24Design Competition Subcommittee (4 folders)1979-1982
24Facilities Committee1983
24Federal Air Force Grant to NU1986
24Functional Relationships Subcommittee1980-1981
24Fundraisingca. 1989
24Library Organization Development Program Team1978-1981
24Library Staff Building Committee (3 folders)1980-1983
49Meetings (3 audio cassettes)n.d.
24Proposals (2 folders)1981-1982
24Space Needs Subcommittee (3 folders)1979-1982
24Task Force on Divisional Libraries1981
24Task Force on Technical Services (2 folders)1982
Committees: University
Academic Computing Advisory Committee
24-25General (5 folders)1988-1998
25Subcommittee on Microcomputer Labs (4 folders)1992-1996
1Ad Hoc Committee on Affirmative Action: Memoranda1976-1979
25Administrative Operations Committee (3 folders)1975, 1980-1984, 1989
25Administrative Priorities and Efficiency Committee1980
25Centennial Campaign Development Committee and Campaign Cabinet1996
25Centennial Campaign Honors Committee1994
25Closed Circuit Television Committee: Audio Visual Services (2 folders)1958-1961
25Corporate Education Resource Committee1992
Deans' Council
25-26General (10 folders)1985-1997
26Committee to Explore Evaluations of Deans/Administrators1991
26Enrollment Committee (2 folders)1986-1994
26-27Minutes and Agendas (19 folders)1985-1999
27Provost Search1985, 1990
27University Plan1986
27Executive Committee: Task Force on Research Facilities1983
Freshman Year, Committee on the
27General (2 folders)1985-1991
27"Focus on Freshman: Planning for Action at NU"1987
27Orientation Course1988
27Funding Priorities Committee1997
27International Year of the Child Committee1979
27Irish Studies Committee1987-1990
27-28Joint Advisory Council on Diversity (6 folders)1987-1994, 1997
28New Classroom Building Committee1994
28Presidential Task Force on Computer Futures1983
28President's Task Force on Technology Transfer1996-1997
28Provost's Working Group on Adult and Continuing Education1997
28Provost's Working Group on Educational Technology (3 folders)1997
28Restructuring Committee1996
28Sexual Preference Coalition1986
28Technology and Education Committee1995
28Technology Council
28General (9 folders)1997-2001
28Executive and Budget Committee1997-1998
28Planning and Assessment Committee1998-2000
28Telecommunications Advisory Committee
28-29General (11 folders)1992-1997
29Classroom Technology Task Force1987
29Network Design Review1998
29Network Task Force1990-1991
29NUnet Library Resources Task Force (2 folders)1992-1995
29"Request for a Proposal for NUnet" (2 folders)1992
29Technology Convergence Task Forcen.d.
29University Council1984-1989
29University Goals Committee1978
29University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (UUCC)1984-1990
29Video Task Force1989-1994
30Working Group on Diversity1995-1997
1, 30Guides and Handbooks (39 folders)n.d., 1967-2000
2, 30Memoranda (28 folders)n.d., 1962-2000
Newsletters
30@ NU Libraries Faculty Newsletter2002-2004
2, 30"The Artful Dodger" (2 folders)1976
30Business Standards Expectations2005
2"Computer Search Services" (4 folders)1980-1986
2, 30"Cross Reference" (15 folders)1969, 1971-1984
30"The Flag" (2 folders)2001-2006
2, 30"Library Links" (4 folders)1993-1997
2"Northeastern Library Notes" (3 folders)1950-1952
30"Northeastern University Libraries Quarterly Newsletter"1972
2"Staff Newsletter"1976
30"Supporters Newsletter"2012
Strategic Planning
30-31General (4 folders)1992-1995
31Cooperative Education Working Group1997
31Drafts of Strategic Plan (2 folders)1987, 1993
31Executive Summaries1993
31Interim Report1993
31NU Libraries Strategic Directions1987
31Strategic Plan1987
31Task Force on Information Services (4 folders)1991-1993
31Unit Goals (3 folders)1999-2000
31University Planning Council1999
31-32Working Group on the Use of Technology (7 folders)1997
Subject Files
32Academic Assistancen.d.
32Academic Computing, Division of (2 folders)1986-1990
32Advancing Student Information Literacy through Interactive Library Instruction1996-1997
32Affirmative Action1975-1976, 1981
2African-American Institute1985-1986
American Library Association
32General1962, 1965, 1977, 1980, 1983
32Association of College and Research Libraries1973
32American Library Directoryn.d., 1983
2Applications for Federal Grants1968-1969
32Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts1981
32Audio-Visual Servicesn.d., 1965, 1979
Automation
32General (3 folders)1981-1991
32Budget1988-1989
CARL Systems, Inc.
32General (5 folders)1994-2000
32Acquisitions Module1990
32Administrative Computing Interface1989-1990
32B500 Loader1996
32Cataloging Module1988-1990
32Circuits (2 folders)ca. 1990
32Circulation Module1990
33Contract (3 folders)1989-1999
33Contract Correspondence1990-1991
33Evaluations1989
33Maintenancen.d., 1989
33Patron Tape1990-1991
2, 33"Response to a Request for Proposal, June 5, 1989" (3 folders)1989
33Serials Control Module1990
33Statistics2000
33Planning1987-1990
33Request for a Proposal1989
33Tandem Contract1991
33Alan Benenfeld Retirement1991
2Bibliography of Doctoral Dissertationsn.d.
33Bicentennial Library Display1975
33Book Repairn.d., 1984
33Boston Area Libraries Group1963-1965
33Boston Area Music Libraries1980-1983
33Boston Globe Book Festival1983
33Boston Regional Library System: Membership1997
33Campaign Leadership Meeting, June 25, 20032003
33Campus Master Plan1991
33Centennial Campaign1995
33Center for Family Business1991
33Center for International Higher Education Documentation (CIHED) (3 folders)1976-1977, 1983-1986
33Center for the Study of Sport in Society1984-1989
3"A Central Library for Northeastern University"1966
33Century Fund, Phase IIca. 1990
33-34Collection Development (4 folders)1977, 1986-1997
34College of Arts and Sciences Educational Technology Project1998-1999
34College of Nursing1988-1989
34Committee of Urban Program Universities1977
34Commonwealth vs. Womack (vandalism of library materials at Harvard and NU)1994-1996
34Computer Labs1997-2000
34Computerization of Government Documentsn.d.
34Computing Strategy Retreat1992
34Contemporary Issues in Academic and Research Libraries Conference1983
34Conversion to On-Line Computer System1978-1982
34Cooperative Education Centennial Symposium2009
34Copyright1976-1980, 1983-1984
34Cost Functions for Academic Libraries Survey1982
34Cost Reports for New Library1969-1970
34Council of Universities for the Kennedy Library1977
34Countway Library (Harvard University Medical School) Borrowing Agreement1982-1986
34"Cross Reference" Newsletter1982
34Dartmouth College: Daniel Webster Collection1971
34Dean Junior College Library Report1972
34Dean of Libraries Search1983-1986
34Detection System1966, 1970, 1975
34Disaster Preparedness1982
Dodge Library
34Art Gallery1985
34Bibliographic Instruction1977-1980, 1983
2Cornerstone Exercises1951
2, 34Dedication (2 folders)1952
34Facilities (2 folders)n.d., 1965, 1972, 1975-1977, 1979-1986
34Improvements1982
34Learning Resources Seminars1965
2, 34Reference Department: Bibliographies (3 folders)n.d., 1957-1971, 1973-1974
34Resource Guides1975-1979
34Staff Manualsn.d.
34Statistics1965, 1969-1970
34Webster Room1972
34Donations (2 folders)1963, 1971-1985, 1992-1995
34Emergency Evacuation of the Library1979-1980
34Entrepreneurial Lab1997
34Environmental Safety1985-1986
34Faculty Handbookca. 1980
34Fidelity Foundation Grant1996-1997
2"Focus" Magazine1997
34Freshman Advisor's Handbook1984
34Fulbright Visiting Scholar: Marat Rakhmatullaev2005-2008
34Fuld Health Trust (2 folders)1972, 1976
34Functions and Objectives of the Libraryca. 1970
34Government Depository1962-1965
34Government Documents1991-2004
34Greater Boston Area Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries (2 folders)1974, 1977, 1984
34"Guide to Northeastern University Libraries: A Case Study"1996
34Handicapped Services1976-1980
34Hayden Foundation Grant1988
34Hearst Foundation1978-1979
34Humanities Endowmentn.d., 1989-1990
2Implications of the New Copyright Law1977
35Information Desk Statistics1976, 1982-1984
35Information Literacy1996-1997
35Information Network Centers in Massachusetts1983
35Information Technology Planning1996
35Instructional Development Fund1984
Integrated Library System
35General (3 folders)1999-2000
35Alden Trust Proposal and Site Visit (2 folders)1991, 2000-2001
35Consultant: Ford Associates (7 folders)2000
35Consultants: Proposals (4 folders)1999
35Consultants: Request for Proposals1999
35Evaluation Team2000
35Financials (2 folders)1999-2000
35Innovative Interfaces Inc.'s Millennium Software2000-2001
35Migration Team2000
36Newspaper Clippings2000
36Proposal Evaluations: Vendorsn.d.
36Proposals: Vendors2000
36Request for Additional Narrative Responses: Vendors2000
36Request for Proposals: Vendors (4 folders)1999
36Shortlisted Vendors1999-2000
36Site Visits2000
36Specification Checklists2000
36Statistics1999-2000
36System Requirements2000
36Vendor Demonstrations (3 folders)1999-2000
36Vendor Evaluations2000
36Vendor Reference Checks2000
36International Encyclopedia of Higher Education1976
36International Students1976
36Interns (Simmons College)1995
36IRis (NU Institutional Repository)n.d.
36Kresge Foundation Grant1986-1990
36LAN Operating System Conversion1992
Library
2Announcement Dinner1950
36Classes (taught by Moody)1969
36Classroom Building1998
36Collections1974-1975, 1981-1982
36Committees1981
36Emergency Preparedness Plan2007
36Equipment1982-1983
36Evaluation1993
36Events (2 folders)1992-1999, 2004-2011
36Fee Structure (2 folders)1980, 1982-1984, 1988
36Guide1983
36Hours1979-1980, 1984, 1987-1988, 1993-1996
36Information Packetca. 1998, 2000
36Insurancen.d., 1978-1979
36Letterhead and Logosca. 2009
36Mission Statement and Fact Sheet1990, 1996
36Open Houses1985
36Policies1978-1980, 1983-1984, 1987-1994
36Reorganization (2 folders)1980-1988
36Security System (RESTRICTED) (2 folders)n.d., 1984, 1994
36Theft1981
36Lowell Area Council on Interlibrary Networks1975
36Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners1965-1967
36Massachusetts Information Scanning Unit1984
36Massachusetts Institute of Technology Electronic Interlibrary Resource Sharing Network1981-1982
37Mellon Foundation1973
37Keyes D. Metcalf1980-1981
37Microcomputer Workshops1985
37Middler Year Writing Student Survival Guiden.d.
37Dean Roland Moody Correspondence (2 folders)1963-1969, 1972-1984
37Dean Roland Moody Writingsn.d., 1966
37Move from Dodge Library to Snell Library (2 folders)1989-1990
37National Commission on Libraries and Information Sciencen.d., 1970, 1973
37National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Grant (6 folders)1988-1993
37Network Design Review1998
37New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools1963-1970
37-38New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) Accreditation (14 folders)1987-2008
38New England Library Association1963
38New England Library Information Network (NELINET) (3 folders)1971-1987
38New England On-Line Users Group1976-1981
38New Faculty Orientation (4 folders)1971-2002
38New Student Orientation (2 folders)ca. 1957, 1964, 1985-1986
38New Student Orientation External Review1998
2, 38Newspaper Clippings (3 folders)n.d., 1966, 1972, 1978
38Northeast Academic Science Information Center (NASIC)1974, 1977
38NU Career Development Center1980-1981
38NU Center for the Advancement of Scientific Education (NUCASE)1990
2NU Expense Account Classification Manualn.d.
2NU Faculty Publications Bibliography (2 folders)1965, 1969
38NU Handbook of College and University Administration1978
38NU Library School1963-1965
38NU Press: Best Regional Book Prize1983
38Open Access Week2011-2012
38Organizational Charts1996, 1999-2002, 2006
38Peabody Charitable Fund Grant1987-1990
38Pew Charitable Trusts Grant1987
38Photocopying1976-1982, 1984
3, 38"Proposal for Construction of a New Library Building at Northeastern University"1968
38"A Proposal for the Preparation of a Catalogue of Books and Periodicals as a Guide to Basic Library Needs for Instruction in the Principal Fields of Engineering and Related Sciences, January 18, 1960"1960
AF4"Public Private: Intersections in New Media" Panel Discussion Poster2005 Oct 12
3"Report of a Survey of the Library at Northeastern University"1961
38Residential Life1989
38Resource People Program1987-1988
38The Robinson Group Partnership1995
39Roxbury Community College Library Technical Assistant Program1988
39Simmons College1986
Snell Library
39Audio Tour (2 CDs)n.d.
39Building (3 folders)n.d., 1985, 1990
39Dedication (2 folders)1987-1990
39Groundbreaking1987
39Welcome Pamphletca. 1990
39"Special Report: Observations and Recommendations Regarding the Northeastern University Libraries" by Jack A. Siggins2001
Staff
39General (5 folders)n.d., 1961-1984
39Benefits1985
39Correspondence1981
39Job Descriptions (3 folders)n.d., 1979-1985, 1991
39Management1970-1974
39Manual1969
39Meeting Minutes (5 folders)1976-1980, 1985-1986, 1993-1996
39Performance Evaluations (2 folders)1976-1977
39Performance Guidelinesn.d.
39Personnel Workshops1985
39Problem Patrons Workshop1978
39Summer Training and Employment Program (S.T.E.P.)1986-1987
39Workplace Guidelinesn.d., 1990, 1994
39State Data Center1980
39Statistics (3 folders)1960, 1962, 1969, 1975-1979-1984, 1988, 1993
39Storage (2 folders)1976, 1979-1986
39Student Employment (3 folders)1975, 1978, 1982-1984, 1988-1989, ca. 2009
39Student Information Handbook1976
39Supplies1982-1983
39"Survey of the Information Needs of Sponsored Researchers in the Social Sciences"1981
39Telephones (2 folders)1976, 1981-1983
39Title II-A, Education Act of 19651973-1974
40Trustees' Newsletter1991-1992
40United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare1973-1974, 1982
40United Way1982-1984
40University Enrollment1979, 1983
3University Goals Statement1978
40Visitors to the Library1994-1995
40Wentworth Institute1983
2Myra White Correspondence1940-1952
40Y2K Preparations1998-1999
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Series:

2. Library Departments and Other Units, 1913-2012
Volume:22.3 cubic feet
Arrangement:

This series is arranged alphabetically by department or unit name.
Summary:

The Library departments in this series include: Acquisitions, Advancement and Marketing, Archives and Special Collections, Cataloging, Circulation, Collection Development, Documents/Microforms, Information Commons, Instruction, Interlibrary Loan, Processing Reference, Reserves, Selections, Serials/Periodicals, and Technical Services.

Of note are the records of the Archives and Special Collections Department's NHPRC grant, which include records of the advisory boards (including audio cassette recordings and MiniDV recordings of meetings), collection recruitment information, reports submitted to the NHPRC, and promotional materials.

This series also include records of NU divisional libraries and branch libraries, including: the African-American Institute Library, Boston-Bouvé School Libraries, Burlington Campus Library, Dedham Campus Library, Chemistry/Biomedical Sciences Library, Curriculum Library, Marine Sciences Library, Mathematics/Psychology Library, Music Library, Nursing Library, Physical Therapy Library, Physics/Electrical Engineering Library, Rehabilitation Library, and Law Library.

Other units represented include: the F. Andre Favat Center (including accession lists, acquisitions lists, annual reports, brochures, budgets, donations, events, and policies), the Media Center, the Peer Tutoring Center (including brochures, College Reading & Learning Association training and certification, and statistics), and the Office of Learning Resources. The office of Learning Resources was originally called the Office of Educational Resources, was briefly called the Learning Resource Center, and ultimately was named the Office of Learning Resources (OLR). The OLR material includes: records of the advisory board, annual reports, brochures, budgets, resource guides, instructional materials catalogs, memoranda, newspaper clippings, objectives and functions of the OLR, an organizational history, policies and procedures, publications, reports and statistics, and staff job descriptions.

The Marketing and Advancement Programming and Communications Committee file backup discs contain .fcp files that are not viewable (see the file inventory in the electronic control file for more information).
BoxTitleDate
Acquisitions Department
40General (3 folders)1968-1969, 1975-1984, 1986
8-20Accession Records1913-1990
40Administrative Computer Services: Workshops1985
Advancement and Marketing
40Freedom House "Roxbury People, Places, and Events, 1950-1975:" Unveiling Ceremony2008
40Fundraising Brochures (2 folders)n.d., 2005, ca. 2012
FF1/D4Library Website Advertising Postern.d.
49Programming and Communications Committee File Backup (9 DVDs) [file inventory available in electronic control file]2011
FF1/D4"Wild Ones" by Michael Ulman: a "Northeastern Creates" Event at Gallery 360 Poster2008 Oct 9
40African-American Institute Library1976, 1980, 1991
Archives and Special Collections Department
40General (2 folders)1969, 1975-1995, 2008-2011
49La Alianza Hispana Celebration (VHS)1998 Dec 3
40Boston Opera House Cornerstone Boxn.d.
41Centennial Exhibit (4 folders)1997
49Freedom House Symposium (2 VHS)1998 Apr 2
40Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra Collection1977-1979, 1990
40Goals and Objectives1986
40Hardy Collection on the History of Marine Insurance1972
40HVAC Assessment by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners2000
4Memoranda1980-1988
40NEH Grant: Cooperative Education Records1977
40NHPRC Grant: Cooperative Education Records1977
NHPRC Grant: "Preserving the History of Boston's Underdocumented Communities"
40Advisory Boards: Generaln.d.
40African American Community (9 folders)n.d., 1986, 1994, 1998-2000
40, 42Asian American Community (9 folders)1995-2000
42Boston Area Archives Group (2 folders) (2 audio cassettes)1999
42Brochure Correspondence1999-2000
42Budget1998-1999
42Collection Recruitment1999-2000
42Collections1997-2000
42Community Newspapers1999-2000
42Cooperating Repositoriesn.d., 1997-1999
42Cost Sharing2001
42Extension of Grant Period2000
42Database2000
42Documentation Priorities1999
42Financial Reports (2 folders)1999-2000
42Fundraising1998-1999
42Grant Procedures1998-2000
42Grant Proposal and Proposal Review (2 folders)1997
42Internca. 1999
42Internal Progress Reports1998
42Job Descriptions1998-2000
42Latino/a Community (10 folders)n.d., 1991-2000
42-43, 48LGBTQ Community (9 folders)1991, 1998-2000
43Notification of Award1998
43Outreach1999
43Preservation Workshop2000
FF1/D4"Preserving the Stories" Latino Community Event Poster2/12/2009
43Press1998-2000
43Records Management Manual2000
43Reports (4 folders)1999-2001
43Society of American Archivists Conference Presentationca. 1998
43Survey of Area Repositories' Holdings1998
43UWI Milwaukee Archives and Special Collections Documentation Strategy1996
43Workplan1998-2000
43Robinson Collection of Rare Books1987
43Volpe Collection Exhibits1977-1979, 1982-1983, 1985-1987
43WGBH Collection (3 folders)1993-1994
43Boston-Bouvé School Librariesn.d., 1970, 1981
43Burlington Campus Library (3 folders)n.d., 1964-1965, 1969-1970, 1974, 1976-1978, 1984-1987
43Cataloging Department (6 folders)n.d., 1971-1976, 1978-1979-1984, 1986, 1988-1994
43Circulation Department1981
43Collection Development Department (2 folders)1978-1984
44Computer Search Services Department (2 folders)1972, 1977-1978, 1981-1986
44Dedham Campus Library1982-1985
44Departmental Reports1984
44Digital Media Commons2012
FF1/D4Digital Media Design Studio (DMDS): Advertising Posterundated
49Digital Media Design Studio (DMDS): Interview with Tony Lacasse about the New England Aquarium (2 MiniDVs)10/29/2008
Divisional Libraries
44General (2 folders)1970, 1975, 1981-1985
44Chemistry/Biomedical Sciences Library (2 folders)1970, 1977-1978, 1981-1984, 1986
44Curriculum Library1971
44Marine Sciences Library1982-1988
44Mathematics/Psychology Library (2 folders)1970, 1976, 1979, 1983-1986
44Music Library1963, 1974-1976, 1980, 1984
44Nursing Library1983
44Physical Therapy Library1983-1985
44Physics/Electrical Engineering Library (2 folders)1976, 1983-1986
44Rehabilitation Libraryn.d.
44Documents/Microforms Department (4 folders)1962, 1971, 1975-1976, 1979-1986
44Educational Technology Center1996, 1998
F. Andre Favat Center
44General (2 folders)1980-1989, 1994, 2000
44Accession Lists1984-1987
20Acquisitions Lists (2 folders)1979-1984
44Annual Report1996
44Brochuresn.d.
44Budgets1984-1988
44Curriculum Materials Centern.d.
44Donations (2 folders)1984-1989
44Events1985
44Favat Biographical Informationn.d., 1976
44Graduate Assistants1986-1989
44Mapn.d.
44Meeting Minutes1985-1987
44Memoranda (2 folders)1985-1990, 1998
44Policies1985-1988
44Purchase Suggestions1986
44Information Commons (2 folders)1998-2000
44Information Services Department 1986
44Instruction Department1984-1986
44Interlibrary Loan Department (3 folders)n.d., 1970-2003
44Law Library (4 folders)1954-2000
44Library Systems Office: TechSmart Library Staff Technology Assessment and Training Program2006
44Machine Systems Department (4 folders)1970-1982, 1984, 1986
44Management Development Center (Andover, Mass.)1982
Media Center
44General (3 folders)n.d., 1991-1996, 1999-2000
3Non-Print Materials Catalog1992
44NU Concert Recordings1992
44Proposal1995
4Norwood Aeronautics Center: Collections Catalog1975
Office of Learning Resources/Office of Educational Resources
45General (7 folders)n.d., 1967, 1969-1986
45Administrative Reorganization1977
45Advisory Committee (2 folders)1973-1975, 1984
45Annual Report1968
45Brochuresn.d.
4, 45Budgets (2 folders)1975, 1977-1983
4, 45Compensatory Education (3 folders)1978
45Development Agreementsn.d.
4Division of Instructional Communications, Northeastern University Institute for Instructional Television and Allied Instructional Technologies1968
4, 45Division of Instructional Media (3 folders)1969-1970, 1974-1975
45Division of Programmed Instructionn.d., 1964, 1970-1972
45Functional Analysis1973
45Funding Program Conspectusca. 1960s
4Guidesn.d.
45Handbook of College and University Administration: Programmed Learning Chapter1970
45Instructional Development Fund Proposal1983
4"An Instructional Development Program for Graduate Teaching Assistants"1979
5Instructional Materials Catalog (3 folders)1974-1978, 1983
45Instructional Television Service Status Report1979
45"The Interactive Effect of Responses per Frame, Response Mode, and Response Confirmation on Intraframe S-R Association Strength, May 1970" by Charles Karis1970
45Language Laboratory1997
45-46Learning Resource Center (7 folders)n.d., 1968-1982
5"Maelstrom"1970-1971
46Mellon Foundation Grant1973, 1975-1977, 1980
5Memoranda1968-1980
52-53Monthly Operational Summaries (9 folders)1989-2007
46Newspaper Clippings1971-1973, 1983
46Objectives and Functionsn.d., 1970-1971
46Organizational Historyn.d., 1971
5, 46Planning for a Resource Center (2 folders)1966-1968
46Policies and Procedures1973-1977
46Program Funding Presentation1964
5Programmed Learning, v. 21968
46Publicationsn.d., 1970, 1975
46Radio Programsn.d., 1971
46Reports and Statistics (2 folders)1983-1988
46Staff Job Descriptions1985-1987
46Steel Project1982-1984
46Television Projects1983-1985
46Video Editing Equipment1983
46Video Projects (4 folders)1981-1984
46"What is OER?" Filmn.d., 1971
46Peer Tutoring Center (10 folders)n.d., 1989, 1996-2007
46Processing Department (2 folders)n.d., 1971-1984
46Reference Department (6 folders)n.d., 1971-1998
46Reserves Department (2 folders)n.d., 1969, 1981-1987
Scholarly Communications Department
48"Intellectual Property Rights" presentation by Stacey Dogan, Brown Bag Lunch Series (MiniDV)2008 Mar 28
49Open Access Panel (2 MiniDVs)ca. 2008
48, FF1/D4Stephen Sadow: "Identity and Diversity" Open Access Book Event (2 MiniDVs)ca. 2008
Selections Department
47General1977, 1989
3Acquisitions Lists (17 folders)1972-1988
3Procedures Manualn.d.
47Serials/Periodicals Department (7 folders)n.d., 1974-1986, 2011
47Technical Services Department1986
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Series:

3. "Meet the Author" Events, 2004-2010
Volume:1.7 cubic feet
Arrangement:

This series is arranged alphabetically by author's last name.
Summary:

This series includes audio and video recordings of the "Meet the Author" events organized by the Library's Advancement and Marketing Department in which authors of recent, noteworthy books of all genres give readings and discuss their works, including events featuring Geraldine Brooks, Charles Enderlin, Vincent Lam, John Grogan, and NU Professors Winifred Breines, Gary Goshgarian, William Miles, and Leonard Brown, and many others.

Many of the author talks are available on the Northeastern University YouTube channel and on iTunes U. Most events have been filmed and are available as a MiniDVs, and for some events there are also other materials, such as advertising materials (posters, television commercials), audio recordings, or slides from the author's presentation; there are a few exceptions for which there are only posters. Additional copies of the videos are available on the Advancement and Marketing Department's Programming and Communications Committee File Backup DVDs (see Series 4).
BoxTitleDate
47ScheduleFall 2012
47Speaker Consent and Release Forms2008-2010
48, FF1/D4Cynthia Baron: Adobe Photoshop Forensics (MiniDV)2008 Mar 26
48Mark Bavaro: Rough and Tumble [with Aaron Schatz] (3 MiniDVs)2008 Sep 17
FF1/D4Liza Béar: Beyond the Frame2008 Mar 25
48Winifred Breines: The Trouble Between Us (2 MiniDVs)2006 Sep 20
49, FF1/D4Geraldine Brooks: People of the Book (MiniDV)2008 Feb 12
49, FF1/D4Leonard Brown: "Suns of Sons" Concert (MiniDV)2008 Sep 24
48Michael Carroll: The Mindful Leader (2 MiniDVs)2009 Jan 28
49, FF1/D4Thomas Cathcart and Daniel Klein: Heidegger and a Hippo Walk Through Those Pearly Gates (2 MiniDVs)2009 Oct 24
49, FF1/D4Jessamyn Conrad: What You Should Know About Politics... But Don't (MiniDV)2008 Oct 22
48, FF1/D4Joe Cronin: Reforming Boston Schools, 1930-2006 (2 MiniDVs)2009 Feb 24
48, FF1/D4Charles Enderlin: The Lost Years (MiniDV)2008 Jan 17
48, FF1/D4Peter Fox-Penner: Smart Power (2 MiniDVs)2010 Apr 15
48Michael Gates Gill: How Starbucks Saved My Life (MiniDV)2007 Oct 19
48, FF1/D4Stephen Goldman, Joe Sheehan, Marc Normandin: Baseball Prospectus 2008 (MiniDV)2008 Mar 12
48, FF1/D4Gary Goshgarian [Gary Braver]: Skin Deep (MiniDV)2008 Nov 13
FF1/D4Stephanie Grant: A Map of Ireland2008 Oct 9
49, FF1/D4Maria Green (moderator), with panelists Martha Davis, Cathy Albisa, Wendy Pollack, Eric Tars: "Bringing Human Rights Home" panel discussion (MiniDV)2008 Apr 3
49, FF1/D4John Grogan: The Longest Trip Home (MiniDV)2009 Nov 2
48, FF1/D4Roy Harris: Pulitzer's Gold (2 MiniDVs, 2 CDs)2008 Apr 17
48, FF1/D4Juliana Hatfield: When I Grow Up (MiniDV, CD)2009 Jan 14
49Beth Helms: Dervishes (MiniDV)2008 Mar 18
AF4Max Holland: The Kennedy Assassination Tapes2004 Sep 14
49, FF1/D4Lynne Joiner: Honorable Survivor (2 MiniDVs)2009 Oct 24
AF4Richard Kadison: College of the Overwhelmed2004 Nov 17
FF1/D4Alexandra Kerry: Notes from the Trail2008 Sep 18
48, AF4Vincent Lam: Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures (2 MiniDVs)2007 Sep 27
FF1/D4Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa: Daughters of the Stone2009 Oct 15
48Michael Patrick MacDonald: Easter Rising (MiniDV)2006 Oct 3
FF1/D4Terry McAuliffe: What a Party2007 Jan 26
FF1/D4Robert McChesney and John Nichols: The Death and Life of American Journalism2010 Feb 2
48, FF1/D4William Miles: My African Horse Problem (2 MiniDVs)2008 Dec 3
48, FF1/D4Robert Musil: Hope for a Heated Planet (MiniDV)2009 Feb 25
49, FF1/D4Ruth Nemzoff: Don't Bite Your Tongue (MiniDV)2008 Oct 18
48, FF1/D4Marc Normandin and Stephen Goldman: Baseball Prospectus 2010 (2 MiniDVs)2010 Mar 16
48, FF1/D4Elizabeth Nunez: Anna In-Between (3 MiniDVs)2010 Feb 5
FF1/D4Sigrid Nunez: The Last of Her Kind2007 Jan 31
48, FF1/D4Stewart O'Nan: Last Night at the Lobster (2 MiniDVs)2007 Nov 7
49Christos Papadimitriou: Logicomix (3 MiniDVs)2009 Oct 28
FF1/D4Randal Pinkett: Campus CEO2007 Apr 5
48, FF1/D4Dwayne Raymond: Mornings with Mailer (MiniDV)2010 Mar 31
48Marcus Rediker: The Slave Ship (3 MiniDVs)2007 Oct 10
49, FF1/D4Ellen Reeves: Can I Wear My Nose Ring to this Interview? (2 Mini DVs)2009 Sep 23
49, FF1/D4Harlow Robinson: Russians in Hollywood, Hollywood's Russians (2 MiniDVs)2008 Oct 8
49, FF1/D4John Elder Robison: Look Me in the Eye (2 MiniDVs)2008 Nov 15
49, FF1/D4Alice Rothchild: Broken Promises, Broken Dreams (2 MiniDVs)2008 Oct 16
FF1/D4Paul Russell: Acting: Making it Your Business2008 Nov 12
48Lisa Sanders: Every Patient Tells a Story (MiniDV)2010 Apr 21
48Aaron Schatz: Pro Football Prospectus 2008 [with Mark Bavaro] (3 MiniDVs)2007 Sep 17
48Aisling Shen: A Tiger's Heart (2 MiniDVs)2010 Feb 23
48Manisha Thankor: On My Own Two Feet (MiniDV)2007 Nov 8
FF1/D4Patrick Tracey: Stalking Irish Madness2009 Mar 19
49, FF1/D4Stephen Wallace: Reality Gap (MiniDV)2008 Oct 23
48, FF1/D4James Weiss: The Marquis de Sade's Veiled Social Criticism (MiniDV)2008 Nov 18
49Jeff Yang, Jerry Ma, and Keith Chow: Secret Identities: The Asian American Superhero Anthology (2 MiniDVs)2009 Oct 28
48, FF1/D4Alan Jay Zaremba: The Madness of March2009 Mar 10
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Series:

4. Memorabilia, 1990, 2012
Volume:1.4 cubic feet
Arrangement:

This series is arranged alphabetically by item.
Summary:

This series is made up of University Libraries memorabilia and memorabilia of related NU departments.
BoxTitleDate
51Information Commons Mouse Pad (2)n.d.
51Information Commons Ribbonn.d.
51NU Libraries Carabiners (2 red, 1 black)n.d.
51NU Libraries CD Binder (2)n.d.
51NUnet IBM T-Shirtn.d.
51Open Access Week Pen (2)2012
FF2/D7Snell Library Floor Plansn.d.
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