Author Morris Schnapper collected the materials in this collection for his book American Labor: A Pictoral Social History published in 1975. The collection contents span the years 1700-1980 and contain rare images and textual materials relating to American labor history, and promotional materials for Schnapper's book.
Alfred "Al" R. Schneider oversaw ABC's Broadcast Standards and Practices Department between 1960 and 1991 and set widely-adopted guidelines for television network drama and news. This collection documents Schneider's public speeches before Congressional subcommittees, professional conferences, and legal associations regarding advertising, popular culture, social responsibility, children's television, and other topics between 1968 and 1989.
The School of Architecture opened to students in 1967. This collection contains student reports for ARCH 450: Introduction to Urban Planning. ARCH 450 provided an "introduction to city planning theory, methodology, and techniques dealing with normative, urban, structural, economic [and] social aspects of the city." The reports are on various buildings and locations and primarily concern local history. A preliminary inventory is available.
The Robert P. Schuster photograph collection consists of 738 photographs, the vast majority of which date from 1946 in Japan and were shot, developed, and captioned by Robert Schuster. Schuster worked as a medical equipment repair specialist for the Allied Forces during the Occupation of Japan. This collection documents his experience during that period.
An item-level inventory is available in the Inventories/Additional Information section.