The records focus on acquisitions, gifts, and
researcher queries. With the exception of one file containing correspondence
(1961-1964) of Director David Giles Carter, the files include predominantly the
outgoing letters (1965-1967) of Zerner.
The collection consists of the records of the Bonoff family. The Bonoffs operated home demonstration shows and ran several theatres in Phoenix, AZ, and in New England from the 1940s to the late 1990s. The majority of the records deal with the operation of the Warwick Musical Theatre in Warwick, R.I.
University of Rhode Island Library, Special Collections and University Archives
The records of the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island, 1810-2003, document the activities of the Anglican Church in Rhode Island from the early nineteenth century through to the twenty-first century. The collection is divided into eleven series documenting the Church's administrative, religious, cultural, and financial activities from 1810 to 2003. This collection complements Mss. Gr. 41, Records of the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island, 1715-1990.
The James J. Robinson papers consist of legal documents, manuscripts, notes on legal cases, speeches, and research and drafts of a published book. The bulk of the collection pertains to the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (IMTFE).
Rufus King was a lawyer and a national leader of the movement to decriminalize narcotics. He also wrote extensively about organized crime, drug laws, and gambling. This collection contains general correspondence, newspaper clippings, personal notes on specific drugs and their effects, legal notes, drafts and correspondence regarding his book The Drug Hang Up and several of his articles, along with Congressional bills and reports.