Preliminary Guide to Environmental Sources
New York Times. Archives.
New York, NY
- Dryfoos, Orvil Eugene, 1912-1963. Papers, 1916-1963.
[collection size not specified.]
Reproduction note: Microfilm.
Letters, memoranda, and reports related to Readers' Mail of the NEW YORK TIMES. Subjects include activities in the United Nations, particularly the Cuban Missile Crisis and John F. Kennedy; the Drew Pearson libel suit; civil rights and race relations in advertising; Zionism and Israel, particularly the trial of Adolf Eichmann; the NEW YORK TIMES libel case in Birmingham, Ala.; NEW YORK TIMES editorial positions; Times News Service; air pollution; and non-interference with other papers' editorials.
Finding aids: Guide.
New York, NY
- New York University. Institute of Environmental Medicine. Records,
.2 cubic ft.
Brochures, announcements, programs, and other material concerning Institute of Environmental Medicine.
Subject: Medicine--Environmental aspects.
Subject: Environmental health--Research.
New York University. University Archives. Elmer Holmes Bobst Library.
70 Washington Square South, New York, N.Y. 10012
- New York University. University Christian Foundation. Records,
5.5 linear ft. (15 boxes)
Forms part of: University Christian Foundation Collection, 1906-1980 (NYUG85-A148)
The University Christian Foundation existed from 1906 to 1980 at the Washington Square Center of New York University, its purpose being to develop, extend, and express the Protestant Christian ethos among college students. The organization was originally founded by the YMCA as a students' club for men and was called in succession Christian Association, University Christian Association, and University Christian Foundation. The University Christian Foundation suspended operations in 1977 in response to shrinking funds and diminished student activity.
The University Christian Foundation records consist of constitutions, bylaws, correspondence, minutes, reports, surveys, proposals, calendars, treasurers' reports, memoranda, ephemera and manuscripts. This series provides a relatively complete account of activities of the UCF which addressed increasingly secular or unorthodox concerns, including the antiwar movement and draft counselling, environmental abuse, race relations, birth control and the womens' movement.
Subseries I demonstrates faculty support for and participation in the University Christian Foundation and Subseries II shows the relationship between the Christian Association, subsequently the UCF, and New York City churches.
Administrative transfer from the Office of Student Affairs, 1978 and 1982.
Finding aids: Unpublished guide available (folder level control)