Academic libraries -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Summary This oral history project consists of six audio interviews conducted by New School for Public Engagement student Gerard O. Hemmerle as an independent study under the supervision of Professor Julia L. Foulkes. Interviewees consist of long-serving university faculty and staff, primarily those associated with what was known as the New School for Public Engagement. Hemmerle conducted the interviews during the Spring 2013 semester. Recordings are all in English.
Abstract The New School Office of the University Librarian records contain reports, administrative documents, correspondence, project files, and memos. The records pertain to the oversight of The New School's libraries, which have gone through various name changes and iterations throughout the university's history. Separate record groups document individual New School libraries: the Raymond E. Fogelman Library records (NS.08.01.01) and the Adam and Sophie Gimbel Design Library records (PC.08.01.01).
Abstract This record group documents the activities of the staff of the Raymond Fogelman Library, The New School's historical library for social sciences and history prior to being incorporated into the cross-divisional The New School Libraries & Special Collections in the 2010s. Although the earliest documents in this record group date from the late 1940s, the bulk of the records covers the 1990s into the early 2000s. Some files may be closed to protect employee privacy. Please consult with an...
Abstract The records of the Adam and Sophie Gimbel Design Library of Parsons School for Design consist of administrative files generated by library administrators and school executives. Topics include library collections, facilities, fund raising, instruction, policies and procedures, and staffing, as well as the library's role in school acceditation. While the earliest records document the library's activities in the late 1950s, the bulk of the records dates from the period after Parsons re-located...
Dates: 1957-2009; Majority of material found within 1977-2009