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Helen L. Brooks collection relating to the Harvard University Underwater Sound Laboratory and the Harvard University Division of Engineering and Applied Physics Wives Committee
Overview: Helen Lathrop Brooks (1917- ) worked as an editorial secretary at the Harvard University Underwater Sound Laboratory from March 1942 to July 1945. In 1958, Brooks founded and chaired the Division of Engineering and Applied Physics Wives Committee, which served as a social organization for the department's faculty members and their wives until 1977, when the group formally disbanded. The collection contains photographs of the Harvard Underwater Sound Laboratory, as well as employee rosters and...
Overview: Eleanor Duckworth (born 1935) is a cognitive psychologist, educational theorist and constructivist educator. She earned her PhD in 1977 at the Universite de Geneve in Geneva, Switzerland, and retired as Professor of Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2013. These thirteen videocassettes document Duckworth's Harvard Graduate School of Education course T-150, Curriculum Based on Understanding.
FOUND IN: Houghton LibraryCollection — Multiple ContainersIdentifier: MS Thr 486
Overview: The research materials of Harvard music professor John Milton Ward.
Overview: Bulk of the collection relates to Braucher's work as Commissioner of the Massachusetts Commission on Uniform State Laws, together with material on his work on the statute of Fraud for the New York Law Revision Commission, as reporter for the American Law Institute, as a member of the Massachusetts Statutory Special Commission on Code of Ethics, the Massachusetts Attorney General Advisory Council on Conflict of Interests, and the National Commission on Uniform State Laws, and as chairman of the...
Overview: The collection consists of records created and collected by Rose Frisch during her tenure as a professor at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies from 1974 through the early 2000s.
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of a Student record book for Harvard and Radcliffe classes, 1924-1937, letters to La Drière about honors for Whitehead, and articles about Whitehead.