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Digital Collections (Revision)

The following is a growing body of collections that have been digitized by the Archives and Special Collections Department.

Published histories of Northeastern

Northeastern University Histories 

Five histories of Northeastern University from 1898 to 1996 to view or download from the Internet Archive.

Course Catalog, 1972-1973
Northeastern University Course Catalogs 
 
Undergraduate and graduate course catalogs from 1910 to 1990 to view or download from the Internet Archive.
 
A Cauldron yearbook
Northeastern University Yearbooks
 
Northeastern University yearbooks from 1917 to 2007 to view or download from the Internet Archive.
An archived Northeastern Website
Archived Northeastern University Web Pages 
 
Search archived pages of the Northeastern University website.
 
Students stand on the steps of Ryder hall
Northeastern University Photographs 
 
A growing collection of images relating to academics, athletics, campus, people, and events at Northeastern from 1902 to the present.

Marjorie Bouve Scrapbooks

Bouvé Archvies

Digitized collections that are from the history of the Bouvé College of Health Sciences

Scrapbooks

https://repository.library.northeastern.edu/collections/neu:6004

 

Retiring historian, Mrs. J. Spear, passes the Faculty Wives history to her successor, Mrs. J. C. Morgan.

Northeastern University Faculty Wives records

The Northeastern University Faculty Wives was a social organization formed in 1941 by and for the wives of the University's faculty.  The bulk of the collection comprises Annual Reports of the Officers, 1941-1969.

https://repository.library.northeastern.edu/collections/neu:6007

Prof. Saverio Zuffanti, Chemistry.

Oberg Slide Collection

Over 600 slides documenting Northeastern University between 1945 and 1973. 

https://repository.library.northeastern.edu/collections/neu:6013

BPS Desegregation Project

https://repository.library.northeastern.edu/collections/neu:rx914f665

UASC's contribution to a multi-archive scanning project whose goal is to make available archival material that relates to what how and why busing happened in Boston, as well as the after effects it had on the community.  

Charles H. Bruce

Charles H. Bruce Photographs

50 photographs that depict life in the early 1900s in the African American middle class of Boston. Photographs show the Charlestown Navy Yard, Bruce’s family and colleagues, and the Prince Hall Masons.

https://repository.library.northeastern.edu/collections/neu:6003

Chinese Progressive Association mural

Chinese Progressive Association

https://repository.library.northeastern.edu/collections/neu:6006

The entire Chinese Progressive Association collection comprising 12 cubic feet of historical material, including documents, posters, photographs, negatives, and audio and videotapes, dating from 1976-2006.
 
Made possible by a grant from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners,
East Boston Community News

The East Boston Community News 

Searchable and downloadable copies of The East Boston Community News, 1970-1989. http://hdl.handle.net/2047/D20199506

Freedom House reception for Martin Luther King, Jr., March 20, 1958

Freedom House Photographs

More than 2,300 images of people, places and events documenting Roxbury Massachusetts, 1950-1975

https://repository.library.northeastern.edu/collections/neu:6008

Carmen Pola

Carmen A. Pola papers

Material related to Pola's community organizing on issues involving the Boston Public Schools, including bilingual education, and services for minority children and families.

https://repository.library.northeastern.edu/collections/neu:6005