Rutgers University Biographical Files: Alumni (Classes of 1774-1922)


Rutgers University Biographical Files: Alumni (Classes of 1774-1922)

The Rutgers University Biographical files for alumni consist of documents and photos collected about students. The papers include forms the students filled out while attending Rutgers, newspaper clippings, photos, correspondence, and press releases. Not every student has a biographical file and the files themselves vary in the amount of information they contain.

185 manuscript boxes; (77 linear ft.); 613 manuscript boxes; (255.6 linear ft.)



SNAC Resource ID: 6630309

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