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Overview: The East Asian Research Center supported scholarship on China, Japan, and Korea and countries historically forming part of the ancient Chinese culture area. In 1977 the name was changed to Fairbank Center for East Asian Research. These records document the policies, administration, and activities of the East Asian Research Center.
Overview: The first football game is rumored to have been played on the Harvard campus between the freshman and sophomore classes in the fall of 1827. Football became an organized sport at Harvard in December 1872, when the Harvard University Foot-Ball Club (H.U.F.B.C. or H.F.B.C.) was formed to foster interest ino the sport within the College. This collection consists of official programs published for Harvard University football games.
Harvard Medical School. Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology. Harvard University Laboratory of Physical Chemistry Related to Medicine and Public Health scientific papers and departmental minutes
Overview: The Scientific Papers and Departmental Minutes of the Harvard University Laboratory of Physical Chemistry Related to Medicine and Public Health, 1905-1967 (inclusive), 1940-1960 (bulk), are a product of the administrative, research, and publishing activities of the University Laboratory and its predecessor, the Harvard Medical School Department of Physical Chemistry, Boston, Massachusetts. The bulk of the records consist of departmental meeting minutes and bound scientific paper reprints...
Overview: A collection of digital facsimiles of transcripts of interviews conducted with Soviet émigrés to West Germany, Austria, and the United States, in 1950 and 1951. The source materials are from the Harvard Project on the Soviet Social System held in the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies Collection at the H.C. Fung Library, and in the Widener Library. The materials are in English. The interviews and most manuals and guides are full-text searchable from the HPSSS Online home page at: ...
Overview: The Records Management Office (RMO), part of the Harvard University Archives, developed the General Records Schedule (GRS) and published it in 1997. The GRS lists types of records found in University offices with guidance on their retention and destruction. This work was done as mandated by a vote of the President and Fellows of Harvard College. These documents provide a record of the GRS's creation.
Overview: The Chest of 1900 was a time-capsule project undertaken by Harvard University to mark the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth century. It contains student essays, diaries kept by students, employees and faculty members, publications and photographs.
Overview: Includes two U-matic S videos, one 1” video reel, a program and a full event script with notes on when to cue the video produced by Tommy Walker Productions for the September 6, 1986 event celebrating Harvard's 350th anniversary at Harvard Stadium.
Overview: The Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts opened in 1963. It was designed by the French architect Le Corbusier. These records consist of architectural designs and plans and the original wooden cases in which the drawings were held.
Overview: The Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Library, located in Harvard Yard, was dedicated on Commencement Day in 1915. Construction began in 1912 and was completed in 1914. These records are architectural drawings and plans, including plans for the building itself as well as interior fixtures, from pre-construction through construction and alterations.
Overview: This series documents the various policies and procedures according to which staff in the Harvard University Archives performed their duties from 1938-1996.