Gabriel Edmonston was the General President of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of American from 1881-1882, a member of the FOTLU Legislative Committee from 1882-1886, and Treasurer of the AFL from 1886-1888. The collection contains about 250 items, primarily correspondence but also flyers, circulars and pamphlets. Correspondence from Peter J. McGuire and Samuel Gompers is included.
The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics was established in 1922 to provide students with decision-making abilities in the allocation and use of agricultural and natural resources. The collection contains reports, proposals, memoranda relating to the curriculum of the department, program reviews, policies, and materials relating to student enrollment.
Mary Aladj worked for the Public Broadcasting Service's Public Information department from 1971 to 1978. This collection documents the activities of the PBS Public Information department such as the promotion of PBS programs and the analysis of viewer response to public television programming.
Albert W. Hilberg, M.D., was a physician member of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC), which was founded in 1946 by President Truman to research the long-term effects on survivors from Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Albert W. Hilberg collection consists of 48 photographs of Hiroshima before and after the atomic bombing and 41 printed reports written by the ABCC and accumulated by Hilberg.