The Ronald A. Wolk files contain administrative records, correspondence, newsletters and reports that deal with his work as Vice President for University Relations and Development at Brown University. Areas of interest include Brown's curriculum, development, and Brown Security. The material dates from 1969 through 1976.
These papers contain correspondence relating to Eleanor Burges Green's support of Pembroke College, her role in organizing a memorial service to Dean Lida Shaw King who died in 1932, and the publication and distribution of two books paying tribute to Dean King. Additional materials include a draft of a Rhode Island Society for the Collegiate Education of Women resolution and correspondence with the Association of Collegiate Alumnae.
This collection contains the records of the Meshanticut Park Community Baptist Church, which changed its name to The Orchard Church in September 2008, and was located in the village of Meshanticut in Cranston, RI. This is part of the Rhode Island Baptist Heritage Center collection.
The Brown University Medical School records comprise a range of administrative files related to various Medical School and University committees, student affairs, facilities and planning. Materials include agendas, annual reports, correspondence, meeting minutes, and topical files. Materials date from 1963 through 2007.
The William N. Davis Plant Business Manager office files contain general office files, minutes and reports related to the management of food services, housing, and the physical plant of Brown University. They include information regarding the budget and unions at Brown as well as files regarding on-campus and off-campus buildings owned by Brown. The files are dated from circa 1946 to 1974.
The Joseph John Loferski papers document Loferski's tenure at Brown University. The papers consist of research and teaching materials, writings, publications, and correspondence. The bulk of the materials date from 1965 to 1985.
The Brown University Million Dollar Endowment Fund records contain correspondence (including form letters) and reports detailing efforts to obtain donations from alumni in support of special projects and faculty retention. Correspondents include University President William H.P. Faunce, Treasurer Cornelius S. Sweetland, and members of the Endowment Committee.
The University Librarians' files, circa 1992-2012, contains alphabetically arranged office files dated from circa 1992 to 2012. This material was compiled during the tenure of University Librarians Merrily Taylor and Harriette Hemmasi. The files concern, among other topics, the library's budget, gifts, and various library and academic departments.