Collections

  • UR 7.25, Director of Men's Physical Education and Intercollegiate Athletics records, 1969-1991, 1 cubic foot

    Director of Men's Physical Education and Intercollegiate Athletics John Semanik led the men's athletics program from his appointment as director of athletics and business manager in 1962 until his retirement in 1991.  Born in Philadelphia in 1930, Mr. Semanik graduated from Drexel in 1956 with a B.S. in business administration. 

  • PC 15 Three Quarter Century Fund photographs, 1963-1964, 0.17 linear feet The Three Quarter Century Fund photographs collection consist of photographs taken during the Three Quarter Century Fund drive.
  • UR 1.12 Assistant to the President patent records, 1966-1982, 2 Cubic feet This collection consists of administrative files relating to both patents and the Patent Advisory Committee. It also contains a series of files on individual patent applications where ownership was considered by the Patent Advisory Committee.
  • MC 41 Mary S. Irick Drexel scrapbook, 1917-1956, 1 volume

    This scrapbook contains news clippings describing Mary S. Irick Drexel's work as the Chairman of the Bureau of Canteen Service of the Pennsylvania-Delaware Division of the American Red Cross during World War I. Most of the articles relate to Canteen Services in Philadelphia. All the clippings are from the years1917-1919, except for one clipping from 1956, which describes the removal of the Red Cross Booth from the City Hall courtyard.  This scrapbook contains news clippings describing Mary S. Irick Drexel's work as the Chairman of the Bureau of Canteen Service of the Pennsylvania-Delaware Division of the American Red Cross during World War I.

  • Rosalind Schulman was a professor of economics in Drexel's College of Business Administration from 1965 to 1979. Before earning a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania in 1964, she spent twenty years as national research director for the Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America. Considered an expert on industrial development in Pennsylvania, Dr. Schulman became an economic consultant to the commonwealth in 1969. In 1972 she was appointed by Pennsylvania governor Milton J. Shapp to the Governor's Committee on Tax Reform, and from approximately 1974 to 1978 she was a member of the Governor's Energy Council. This collection consists of correspondence and reports related to Dr. Schulman's service on the council.
  • MC 8 Bohdan T. Hnatiuk papers, 1963-1998, 2.33 cubic feet

  • MC 6 Belver Griffith papers, 1969-1986, 1 cubic foot

  • MC 37 Pages from the Past, 1491-1937, 24 items

    This collection consists of 24 pages from rare books, isued as a set by Foliophiles Inc. [Washington, D.C.?] in 1964.

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  • Twenty-four individual leaves representing the history of books from early manuscript leaves on vellum to printed texts on biblical, legal and natural history subjects. Most leaves are in Latin, although French, German and English are included, with one leaf in Arabic and Persian.MC 35 Manuscript and printed leaves from books, 1115-1769, 1 cubic foot Twenty-four individual leaves representing the history of books from early manuscript leaves on vellum to printed texts on biblical, legal and natural history subjects.

  • The notebooks of library school student Genevieve Shryock contain class notes, class schedules, copies of exams and other examples of her academic work, as well as a few photographs.


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