Abel, Theodore F.
Abel was a former professor of Sociology at Hunter College from 1950-1967.
Abel’s collection consist of copies of 20 volumes of typescript diaries detailing his personal and professional life with comments on local, national and world events. The diaries span the years 1930 to 1975, and are currently unprocessed.
Brenner, Ruth F.
Brenner was a former professor of Social Work at Hunter College. The papers consist of correspondence, publications, papers, resumes, and lecture notes.
Burks was a former professor of history at Hunter College. Burks’ area of expertise was Latin America with a particular focus on Cuba. The papers consist of articles, research papers, correspondence, class notes, interviews, publications, newspaper clippings, syllabi, and journals. Burks’ papers are currently unprocessed.
Clark, John Henrik
This audio tape collection of addresses on Africa and descendants of Africa in the Western Hemisphere is currently unprocessed.
The videos document different aspects of Professor Clurman’s life. This collection is currently unprocessed.
Cone, Helen Gray
The Helen Gray Cone Collection provides insight as to the career of Hunter College’s first female professor and head of the English Department, not to mention one of the most influential American poets of the early 20th century. It is composed primarily of the articles written in her honor, photographs, the drafts and manuscripts of her plays, poems, and speeches, and the entirety of her published works. Highlights include the poetry and prose dedicated to the College and its founder, Thomas Hunter, as well as records of Helen Gray Cone’s correspondence with friends and colleagues alike. This collection may interest those researching Hunter’s most distinguished alumni and the English Department’s most noted faculty members.
Cox, LaWanda B.
Cox was a former professor of history at Hunter College. Cox’s area of expertise was the United States Civil War and Black Reconstruction. The papers consist of articles, correspondence, memoranda, drafts, photographs, manuscripts, research notes, contracts, newspaper articles and clippings, journals, syllabi, etc. Cox’s papers are currently unprocessed.
Ewen is a professor of Communications at Hunter College. Ewen’s papers are currently unprocessed.
Farrell, Muriel (1921-1959)
Farrell was a former professor of education at Hunter College. The papers consist of Farrell’s undergraduate notebooks, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and programs.
Ferguson, Nancy M. (1931-1955)
Ferguson was a former professor in the Department of Speech and Dramatics of Hunter College from 1930-1960. Ferguson served as the faculty advisor to Make-Up Box from 1930-1937 and assisted with the Theatre Workshop and the Theatre Committee.
Fuller, Muriel (1914-1991)
Fuller was a former instructor of writing at Hunter College, Columbia University, and Hofstra University. Fuller was a Children’s Editor at Rand McNally & Company and Robert M. McBride Company, and was affiliated with the McCall Corporation, Vanguard Press, Greystone Press, Thomas Nelson & Sons, and Abelard Press. The papers consist of correspondence, contracts, manuscripts, book reviews, newspaper articles and clippings, photographs, and publications.
Gold, Milton J.
Gold was a faculty member in the Education Department from 1957-1975. He became Dean of Programs in Education in 1966 and remained in that position until his retirement in 1975. During his time at Hunter, he published Education of the Intellectually Gifted, a major contribution to the field. His papers include personal documents, articles, reports from grants and consulting activities, newspaper clippings, and draft chapters from Education of the Intellectually Gifted.
Hill was a former education librarian at Hunter College. Hill’s papers are currently unprocessed.
Huber is an alumna of Hunter College and member of both the Hunter Athletic Hall of Fame and the Hunter Hall of Fame. Huber was a former professor and Chair of the Department of Physiology and Health at Hunter College. Huber’s papers are currently unprocessed.
Hyslop, Beatrice F. (1939-1972)
Hyslop was a former professor of history at Hunter College. The papers consist of correspondence, memoranda, class notes, manuscripts, lecture notes, speeches, programs, and brochures. Included are materials which highlight Hyslop’s activities with the American Historical Association, the American Historical Review, the American Association of University Professors, the International Relations Club, the Humanities Club of Hunter College, and Phi Beta Kappa.
Kennedy, Steven (1929-1967)
Kennedy was a former operatic and concert baritone singer and instructor of music at Hunter College. The papers consist of correspondence, posters, programs, contracts, invitations, day calendars, postcards, class notes, newspaper clippings, long playing records, and photographs.
Landers, Mary K. (1938-1979)
Former professor of mathematics at Hunter College, Landers was also a member and treasurer of the Legislative Conference which later became the Professional Staff Congress of The City University of New York. The papers consist of brochures, correspondence, memoranda, flyers, announcements, and minutes of the Legislative Conference from 1938 to 1972.
Lewis, Harold (1969-1992)
Lewis was the former Dean of the Hunter College School of Social Work from 1970–1990. The papers consist of memoranda, correspondence, articles, papers, essays, speeches, manuscripts, book reviews, photographs, artistic works, and sketches.
Luetz, Edna Wells (1916-1961)
Luetz was a former professor and chair of the Art Department at Hunter College. The papers consist of awards and certificates, dossiers and vitae, articles, reports, correspondence, publications, photographs, etchings, drawings, and woodblock prints.
Lybbert was a former professor of Music at Hunter College. The collection consist of six loose-leaf notebooks containing correspondence, programs, announcements and newspaper articles alluding to Lybbert and to his musical performances. This collection is currently unprocessed.
Maynard was the former Dean of Students at Hunter College. Maynard’s papers are currently unprocessed.
Morgan is an alumna of Hunter College and member of the Hunter College Hall of Fame. Morgan worked as a guidance counselor in various high schools in New York City, and was one of the founders of the James Weldon Johnson Community Center in East Harlem. In London she collaborated in writing the preamble to the constitution of UNESCO. The papers consist of correspondence, memoranda, papers, newspaper clippings, and various publications. Morgan’s papers are currently unprocessed.
Neidhardt, Augusta W.
Neidhardt was a former professor and chair of the Department of Physical Education at Hunter College. The papers consist of class notes, publications, and documents relating to the Women’s Athletic League. Neidhart’s papers are currently unprocessed.
Omelchenko was a former librarian and Head of Archives & Special Collections of Hunter College. His papers are currently unprocessed.
Perna is a professor of Spanish literature in the Romance Languages Department of Hunter College. Perna’s papers are currently unprocessed.
Roberts, Vera M. (1936-1985)
Roberts was a former professor and Chair of the Department of Theatre and Film at Hunter College. The papers consist of graduate papers, letters, memoranda, syllabi, articles, essays, reviews, photos, playbills and posters.
Former education librarian at Hunter College. This collection is currently unprocessed.
Schreiber, Paul 1929-1976
Former professor of Social Work at Hunter College. This collection is currently unprocessed.
Wollheim, Augusta P.
Wollheim is a Hunter alumna and member of the Hunter Hall of Fame. Wollheim was a former adjunct lecturer in the Department of Speech at Hunter College and her papers are currently unprocessed.
Xidis, Stephen G.
Xidis was a former professor of Political Science at Hunter College. The papers consist of publications, lecture notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and papers on Greek politics, Greek-U.S. relations, international relations, and disputes concerning Cyprus. Xidis’ papers are currently unprocessed.