Earle Swank Papers (1908-1984)
Earle Swank worked at Carnegie Mellon University for 40 years, starting as an English professor and retiring after serving 20 years as Dean of Student Affairs. As Dean of Student Affairs, he saw the University through the socially turbulent 60s and 70s. The collection includes correspondence, subject files, Disciplinary Committee files,publications, and reports.
Linear Feet: 7.5 Boxes: 8
Edward R. Schatz Papers
Edward R. Schatz Papers (1940-1996)
This collection contains the administrative papers of Edward R. Schatz, Ph.D. stored in 20 record center boxes (20 cubic feet). The collection comprises correspondence, memoranda, reports, contracts, proposals, minutes, legal material, publications, speeches, notes, surveys, grants, blueprints, press releases, and data spreadsheets. The papers are arranged into five series reflecting the role and responsibilities of Schatz as a member of the Carnegie Mellon community: Series I. Faculty Member (1940) 1945-1964; Series II. Dean of Research (1959-1960) 1961-1965 (1968); Series III. Vice President of Academic Affairs 1963-1982; Series IV. Acting President (1970-1971) 1972; and Series V. Senior Vice President (1970-1980) 1981-1996.
Linear Feet: 20 Boxes: 20
Edwin Fenton Papers
Edwin Fenton Papers (1955-2000)
This collection consists of 17 linear feet of papers from History faculty member Fenton dating from 1955-1994. Most of the collection consists of published articles, textbooks, and audio-visual kits from Fenton and the Carnegie Mellon Social Studies Curriculum Center staff. Fenton's work on Project Social Studies is well represented.
Linear Feet: 17 Boxes: 17
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Elizabeth "Bes" Kimberly Papers
Emerson M. Pugh Papers
Emerson M. Pugh Papers (1932-1979)
The Emerson Pugh Papers are housed in four archival boxes and arranged into five series. Series have been designated for biographical information, correspondence, research, security, and student theses. Generally, these papers include professional correspondence, research reports, article reprints from professional journals, and student theses. The majority of the collection consists of regular reports written by Pugh about his ballistics research under various government contracts from 1946-1965. Copies of Pugh's autobiography are the only personal material in the collection. They provide the only information about Pugh's teaching experiences and the operation of the broader Carnegie Mellon University physics department in this collection.
Linear Feet: 4.5 Boxes: 5
Emerson Pugh Papers
Emerson Pugh Papers (1932-1979)
Pugh was Professor of Physics from 1921-65 and also served as Associate Department Head from 1961-65. The collection consists of research and published articles, particularly on the topic of Shaped Charges. Some of Dr. Pugh's work on the Manhattan Project during World War II is documented in this collection.
Linear Feet: 4.5 Boxes: 5
Ernest Wilson Boyer and Louise Boyer Collection
Ernest Wilson Boyer and Louise Boyer Collection (1946-1957)
Ernest Boyer was an Architecture night student who graduated in 1913. This collection contains mostly photographs of the Shanty Crew, as well as an example of design work done by Louise and Ernest Boyer.
Linear Feet: .5 Boxes: 1
Erwin R. Steinberg Papers
Erwin R. Steinberg Papers (1948-2005)
The Edwin R. Steinberg Papers document Steinberg’s tenure as an English professor, Vice Provost, and dean within the English Department during the years 1948-2005. The collection portrays his efforts to transform English curriculum both in and outside of the University. The papers contain correspondence, articles, and studies relating to the department, the Communication Design Center and Project English. Additionally included in the collection are Steinberg’s research materials and many writings pertaining to teaching English, plain language, James Joyce, and Franz Kafka. The collection is divided into six series.
Linear Feet: 26.5 Boxes: 27
Executive Board Records
Executive Board Records (1921-1966)
This collection contains the records of the Executive Board, which had the responsibility to publicize and enforce school policies through communication with other campus organizations. The Board had several committees for studying a topic and making recommendations. The papers are primarily comprised of meeting minutes and committee papers.
Linear Feet: 2 Boxes: 2
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