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David Minter Academic Papers

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Identifier: UA 215
Abstract The papers of David Minter, Bruce and Elizabeth Dunlevie Professor of English at Rice University until 2002, consist of handwritten notes, typescript papers, and published articles on critical theory and cultural criticism; handwritten notes, typescript papers, and published articles on writers, philosophers, and artists influential in 20th century American literature and 20th century critical theory; and articles on the literature of American minority communities.
Dates: 1868 - 1999; Majority of material found within 1960 - 1999

Ira Gruber academic papers

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Identifier: UA 204
Abstract Collection contains the academic writings, professional and personal correspondence, courses taught, and biographical information of Ira Gruber before and while a professor of History at Rice University.
Dates: 1953 - 2019

Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Papers

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Identifier: MS 276
Overview These papers represent a broad view of Larry McMurtry’s literary career, including his collaborations with Diana Ossana. Handwritten notes, editorial correspondence, annotated typescripts, and production material show the creative process for McMurtry’s (and Ossana’s) novels, screenplays, teleplays, and essays. While many works are included here, Streets of Laredo and Dead Man’s Walk are among the most fully documented....
Dates: 1890-2011, bulk dates 1980-2011; Majority of material found within 1980 - 2011

Mark Kulstad academic papers

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Identifier: UA 385
Overview The academic papers of Mark Kulstad contain hand-written notes from his graduate studies, hand-written comments on his drafts of published articles on Leibniz, Spinoza, Descartes and Locke, his published articles on Leibniz, Spinoza, and Descartes, his hand-written notes from History of Philosophy conferences, and student's hand-written evaluations of his work at Rice.
Dates: 1971 - 2015

Rice University President David W. Leebron Inauguration records

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Identifier: UA 103
Overview Correspondence, calendars of events, event programs, invitations, agendas, mailing lists, minutes, brochures, testimonials and more related to the celebration of the 2004 inauguration of Rice University's seventh president.
Dates: 2004-2006

Rice University Presidential Inaugural Committee Records: President Malcolm Gillis

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Identifier: UA 118
Overview Correspondence, programs, invitations, planning materials, photographs, press releases, news clippings, and other materials documenting the daily business of the Presidential Inaugural Committee as it prepared for the Oct. 29-31, 1993 inauguration of Malcolm Gillis.
Dates: 1993

Rice University Presidential Inaugural Committee Records: President Norman Hackerman

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Identifier: UA 117
Overview Correspondence, memos, schedules, etc. generated by the Presidential Inaugural Committee planning the Inauguration of Norman Hackerman as the fourth president of Rice University on September 24, 1971.
Dates: 1971

Rice University Presidential Inaugural Committee Records: President William Vermillion Houston

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Identifier: UA 116
Overview Invitations, programs, correspondence, testimonials and general information related to the inauguration of Rice University's second president, William Vermillion Houston, on April 10, 1947. This material was created and maintained by the Presidential Inaugural Committee.
Dates: 1947

Rice University President's Office Records: George Rupp

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Identifier: UA 005
Overview The papers of Rice University's fifth president, George Rupp, reflect the daily business of the the president's office during the years 1985-1993, and include correspondence, memos, notes, drafts, memos related to on and off campus departments and groups. Subjects include the establishment of the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, the new music building (Shepherd School of Music), new building for biosciences and bioengineering, revision of the core curriculum, fundrasing, and more.
Dates: 1985-1993