The Elizabeth R. Boyd Historical Collection on Rutgers University, 1795-1956.
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Architect, of New York, N.Y., and Nantucket, Mass. From the description of Papers, 1886-1950. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 28411126 Architect; born September 9, 1862; prepared for college at Rutgers Preparatory School; was graduated from Rutgers College, 1883; employed as a "draughtsman" by McKim, Mead and White, 1887-ca.1900; served in the U.S. Navy during and just after the Spanish American War; worked as an architect in New York City (in partnership as Hill and Stout, c...
Presbyterian and Dutch Reformed clergyman, theologian, and educator of New York and New Jersey; president of Rutgers College, 1825-1840. From the description of Papers, 1785-1857. (New York University). WorldCat record id: 475861568 Presbyterian and Dutch Reformed clergymen, theologian, and educator of New York and New Jersey; president of Rutgers College 1825-1840. From the description of Notebooks, [18--]. (New York University, Group Batchload). WorldCat record...
William R. Thompson apprenticed with his uncle John Thompson before setting up his own grocery business on the northeast corner of Front and High Streets in Philadelphia in 1812. Robert Thompson was a merchant; first appearing in the Philadelphia directory in 1819; his store was on High Street. From the description of Bills, 1803-1823. (Winterthur Library). WorldCat record id: 261233256 ...
The Board of Trustees was established by the charter of Queens College in 1766. Members of the Reformed Dutch Church requested the establishment of this college in order to educate and prepare young men for the ministry. The Board of Trustees had the responsibility for the direction of all college activities. Its duties included granting and conferring honorary degrees, nominating and appointing as well as dismissing faculty, nominating and electing new board members, purchasing and...
Henry Rutgers was born on October 7, 1745, son of Hendrick and Catharine (De Peyster) Rutgers. A resident of New York City, Rutgers was a Revolutionary officer, landed magnate, and philanthropist. He was the last descendant in his direct line of the Dutch immigrant, Rutgers Jacobsen Van Schoenderwoert, who came to Fort Orange in 1636. Henry Rutgers' interests ranged from local and state politics to the patronage of numerous educational and religious projects. Rutgers died on February 17, 1830. ...
Theodore Sandford Doolittle (1836-1893) was born November 30, 1836 in the town of Ovid, in Seneca County, New York. His father was Solomon Doolittle, a merchant in that town, and his mother was Caroline Saterlee. One known relative was second cousin, William F. Doolittle, M.D., of Cleveland, Ohio. Doolittle became a student at Rutgers College in 1855, and graduated with highest honors as a member of the class of 1859. As a student, he was the last editor of the Rutgers C...
Rutgers College President Austin Scott, Ph.D., LL.D., born Frank Austin Scott on August 10, 1848, in Toledo, Ohio, was educated at Yale University (A.B., 1869) and the University of Michigan (A.M., 1870), after which he went to Germany for graduate training. He studied history at Freidrich Wilhelm University (University of Berlin) and the University of Leipzig, from which he received his Ph.D. in 1873. Scott's professors of ancient history included Theodor Mommsen and Johann Gustav ...
Livingston was a minister in the Reformed Church in America and a professor at New Brunswick Theological Seminary from 1784-1825. From the description of Papers, 1813-1829. (Joint Archive of Holland, History Research Center). WorldCat record id: 30451919 Letter to his brother, Henry Livingston. "Please to pay whatever is due from you to me, on the settlement of our late honoured father's estate, to my son and take his receipt for the same, which will be equally acknowledged ...
The Rutgers historical items found in the Boyd Collection were once part of Rutgersensia?a university history collection. The term Rutgersensia is still used to refer to Rutgers items. Although Rutgersensia materials' existence parallel the history of Rutgers, as a library collection it first was unofficially under the charge of Alexander "Sandy" Stuart Graham. Graham, a self-educated man, came to Rutgers in 1915, after forty years working as a cutter and designer at the Janeway & Carpender ...
Rutgers was first chartered in 1766 as Queen's College, the eighth institution of higher learning to be founded in the colonies. The school opened its doors in New Brunswick in 1771 and during its early years, the college developed as a classic liberal arts institution. In 1825, the name of the college was changed to honor a former trustee and Revolutionary War veteran, Colonel Henry Rutgers. In 1864, Rutgers College became the land-grant college of New Jersey. Rutgers College attained universit...