This collection contains the papers of Walter Blenko, who served on the University's Board of Trustees. The collection includes 3.5 linear feet of papers and correspondence from Blenko's work as a member of the Board of Trustees.
Linear Feet: 3.5 Boxes: 4
More like this: University Records
Includes early examples of aptitude tests. Bingham (1880-1952) was the founder and director of CIT's Division of Applied Psychology. Approximately two thirds of the collection is on microfilm.
Linear Feet: 61
More like this: Faculty Papers
William Ball Papers (1922-1991)
This collection contains the papers, notes, and lectures of William Ball, primarily from the early years of the American Conservatory Theatre. Five boxes contain annotated scripts of plays. In addition, there are news clipping scrapbooks, sketches and photographs of productions, audio recordings of William Ball's speeches and lectures, video recordings of productions, and some memorabilia. The early years of the American Conservatory Theatre, from circa 1965 to 1970 are carefully chronicled. There is almost nothing collected from 1985 to 1991.
Linear Feet: 24 Boxes: 24
More like this: Drama, Alumni Papers
The collection includes notes and writings Mr. Kolakoski produced with regard to the Kolakoski Sequence and related mathematical problems, philosophy and religion, and writings produced in his final days. Correspondence relates directly to Mr. Kolakoski and his personality, and the related articles provide academic information on the Kolakoski Sequence in the field.
Linear Feet: .5 Boxes: 1
More like this: Alumni Papers
The William W. Cooper Collection is housed in 86 boxes, comprising 85 linear feet, and arranged in 11 series and 18 subseries. The vast majority of the collection consists of paper based materials but some series contain photographs, disks, tapes, and other media. Series were designated for biographical information, publications, professional files, conferences and lectures, professional societies, academic files, correspondence, personal materials, photographs, and reference files. There is also a series designated for reports produced by the Center for Cybernetic Studies (CCS). The CCS materials comprise a separate series from the rest of his publications because Cooper did not author or co-author the bulk of the papers.
Linear Feet: 85 Boxes: 86
More like this: Economics, Faculty Papers