Disability-Related Holdings: General Correspondence


Timothy J. Nugent Papers, 1939-2007

Biographical records, correspondence, consulting materials, reports, newsletters, journals, publications, brochures, newspaper clippings, presentations, lectures, conference proceedings, meeting minutes, reference material, photographs, slides, videotape, film, scrapbooks, drawings by Wesley Queypo, and artifacts concerning the personal and professional life of Timothy J. Nugent. 28.0 cubic feet.


DRES Subject File, 1948-2004

Correspondence, meeting minutes, annual reports, financial records, newsletters, by-laws, brochures, questionnaires, newspaper clippings, and photographs concerning the administration of the Rehabilitation Education Center. 4.0 cubic feet.


Recreation and Athletics Administrative Subject File, 1948-2003

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, press releases, statistics, photographs,and other materials concerning the operations and activities of the Division of Rehabilitation Education Service’s Department of Recreation and Athletics. 7.2 cubic feet.


Accessibility Standards Project File, 1955-74

Meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, surveys, conference proceedings and programs, brochures, publications, reference materials, architectural drawings, photographs, negatives, slides, and 35mm film regarding the activities of the American Standards Association Steering and Sectional Committees, formed in 1959 to study the problem of architectural barriers in buildings used by people with physical disabilities (Project A 117). 1.2 cubic feet.


Delta Sigma Omicron Records, 1948-2006

Correspondence, meeting minutes, financial records, event schedules and programs, publications (Sigma Signs, 1949-2006; The Spokesman, 1967-91), newsletters, announcements, by-laws, photographs, newspaper clippings, and press releases concerning the operations and activities of the rehabilitation service fraternity Delta Sigma Omicron. 11.0 cubic feet.


Disability Reference File, 1949-2002

Journal articles, bibliographies, newspaper clippings, conference proceedings, brochures, presentations, reports, and research proposals concerning disabilities, wheelchair athletics, sports medicine, adaptive equipment, recreation, athletic competitions, coaching, education, and rehabilitation. Major contributors include Frank M. Brasile, Stephen Figoni, Bradley N. Hedrick, Stan Labanowich, Marty Morse, and Timothy J. Nugent. 2.0 cubic feet.


Leon Dash Papers, 1966-2009.

Boxes 31 include oral history interviews conducted with Tim Nugent and others concering the history of DRES program on campus. After December 2011, many of these interveiws will be available online.