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Archives/1. Administrative

 Record Group Term
Identifier: Archives/1

Found in 133 Collections and/or Records:

Warren Conference Center records

 Collection
Identifier: A101
Overview Henry Ellis Warren was an inventor, who developed the first battery-powered clock and the Telechron Clock, the first clock to run on alternating current power. In 1957, his widow, Edith Smith Warren, donated 40 acres of their farm in Ashland, Massachusetts to Northeastern University. The grounds were named the Warren Center for Physical Education and Recreation and hosted an overnight summer camp, Camp Henry Warren, for handicapped and underprivileged children, and children of Northeastern...
Dates: 1971-2000

Western Civilization course notes

 Collection
Identifier: A106
Overview Beginning in the 1972-1973 academic year, Northeastern's history department offered a two-semester course in Western Civilization that surveyed “the major ideas and institutions of Western Civilization” from ancient times to the present. Faculty-prepared course note packets were compiled for each unit and included selections from primary and secondary sources, study questions, and summaries of major themes covered. These course packets were published by Northeastern beginning in 1972 and in...
Dates: 1972-1982

WRBB-FM. (Radio station: Boston, Mass.) records

 Collection
Identifier: A111
Overview WRBB, Northeastern University's student radio station, was formed as WNEU in 1962 when a student group known as the Husky Hi-liters began broadcasting out of a small room in the basement of Ell Student Center. The Hi-liters were responsible for the University student broadcasting system which informed students of campus events and activities. In December 1962, the station began transmitting on AM radio, expanding its reach to include two dorms and other locations around campus. The following...
Dates: 1966-2006 (bulk 1996-2000)