Showing Collections: 31 - 60 of 64
Paul Zucker taught city planning and the history of art and architecture at The Cooper Union from 1938-1963. The Paul Zucker collection is comprised of original documents produced by Paul Zucker along with documentation of research into Paul Zucker's life undertaken by an architecture history master's candidate at University College London, Janna Lipsky, as well as by former Cooper Union librarian Carol Salomon.
Proof of Reports and Programs in 1873 and 1874 includes Financial Statements, Student Rosters, Library Donations
The Published writings of Peter Cooper is a collection comprised of printed letters, pamphlets, speeches, and addresses.
The Records of Cooper Union buildings and properties contains documents related to the college's campus buildings and real estate holdings, past and present. This collection is minimally processed.
The Records of the Cooper Union Board of Trustees consist primarily of bound meeting minutes dating from 1859-2015 and correspondence dating from 1866-1949.
The Records of the Cooper Union Dramatic Society contain programs, photos, clippings, receipts, correspondence, casting materials, meeting notes, and director's prompt books spanning the years 1939-1962.
Records of the Cooper Union Engineering Honor Societies: Mu Alpha Omicron and the Iota Chapter of Tau Beta Pi
The Records of the Cooper Union Engineering Honor Societies document the history of Mu Alpha Omicron and the Iota Chapter of Tau Beta Pi at the Cooper Union from 1926 to 1981. This collection includes photographs, books, plaques, stamps, a metal cast logo, and catalog cards in a metal box.
The Records of The Cooper Union Green Camp document the history of Green Camp as a satellite campus of The Cooper Union from 1941 to 1973, and includes administrative files, publications, invitations, correspondence, scrapbooks, photos and film.
The Records of The Cooper Union Museum for the Arts of Decoration is comprised of museum minutes, press releases, correspondence, evaluations, exhibit information, and a series of annual publications. While the collections spans the years 1892-1970, the bulk of the material included concerns 1962-1968.
The Records of the Cooper Union School of Art date from the founding of The Cooper Union in 1859 through current day, and include exhibition documentation, annual reports, meeting minutes, faculty lists and CVs, publications, statistics, and accreditation materials. This collection also includes records pertaining to The Cooper Union's teaching of architecture, which was part of the Art program until the School of Architecture was formed in 1975.
This collection contains the records of the Free School for Telegraphy for Women operated by The Cooper Union in partnership with Western Union Telegraph Company from approximately 1869-1907.
The Records of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies (HSS) includes course listings, faculty biographies and accomplishments, meeting minutes, correspondence, and strategic planning documents.
The Records of the Registrar's Office consist primarily of student transcripts and registration cards from the 1860s through the 1990s. Please be advised that post-1974 registration records are protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
The Records of the Saturday Program consist of documents, photos, flyers, objects, and multimedia related to the development and continued operation of the free art program for high school students known as Saturday Program.
The Records of The Student Union of The Cooper Union is comprised of minutes, correspondence, questionnaires, and newspaper articles regarding the Student Union, its history, and involvement with the institution.
The School of Engineering theses collection consists of work in civil engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, and environmental protection produced and published by Cooper Union engineering students from 1909 through the present day.
The Cooper Family papers is a collection of letters, land deeds, financial claims, and other documentation of the lives of Peter Cooper's family members. With dates spanning 1767 through 1883, this collection contains material authored by or relating to Peter Cooper's parents, siblings, children, nieces, and nephews.
This collection consists of course catalogs produced by The Cooper Union from 1904-2016. The publications are a mix of bound and unbound materials. They typically include an overview of the school, degree requirements, lists of faculty and administrators, and course descriptions.
This collection consists of registers and directories for staff, students, and alumni produced by The Cooper Union from 1890-2018. The materials are a mix of hardbound and softcover volumes produced by and distributed to the Cooper community.
This collection consists of student film produced for Cooper classes and featured in annual exhibitions between 1982 and 2011. Films in this collection are in VHS or DVD format.
This collection contains yearbooks dating from 1922 to 2022 and issued by The Cooper Union. The Cooper Union yearbook, entitled "The Cable," typically documents rising or graduating seniors (with portraits), administrators and faculty, clubs and other student organizations, and athletics. Cables for the years 1943, 1965, 1971, 2020, and 2021 were never produced and are thus not represented in this collection.
This collection contains lease agreements between Peter Cooper and/or the Trustees of The Cooper Union and renters of space in the Cooper Union foundation building between 1858-1872
This collection contains publications produced by The Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design from 2009 through 2016.
The Cooper Union Oral History Collection is comprised of audio interviews with past and present members of the Cooper community.
This collection consists of photograph prints and negatives spanning the years 1932-2019 and covering a wide variety of subject matter: from Founder's Day events to commencements, student exhibitions to Great Hall performances. This collection was acquired via The Cooper Union Communications Office.