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At the University of Hartford the human resources or personnel department is known as Human Resources Development (HRD). However, the title of this collection refers to the functions of human resources and development and not just to the department bearing that name.
This collection was started in 2011 to contain any documentation related to hiring, training, or other human resource functions.
The collection also contains material related to safety and security.
The first part of this collection contains published and commemorative material regarding the appointment and tenure of Humphrey Tonkin as well as copies of memos, speeches, writings, and correspondence. The second part contains calendars and journals restricted during the lifetime of Humphrey Tonkin. Accession 2013.33
The collection contains letters, memos, brochures, and agreements.
The collection contains a variety of professional and personal items including correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs.
This small collection contains photographs, newspaper clippings, press releases, compositions, and concert programs pertaining to Isadore Freed at the Julius Hartt School of Music and the Hartt College of Music.
This collection consists primarily of secondary resource material mush as magazine article and newspaper clipping. A small amount of correspondence and other material from his career at Hartt has been included.
The Jeff Feldmann Photographs Collection consists primarily of photographs of the University of Hartford campus and sporting events. The collection also includes other university related photographs, correspondence, and memorabilia.
The photographs is this collection document performances at the Hartt School.
This collection contains material concerning the Lincoln Institute and other related organizations.
This small collection consists of materials pertaining to the International Contemporary Organ Music Festival, and the career of John Holtz.
This collection contains materials from Office of Communications: photos, materials used by John Krialy in preparation for 50th anniversary and for a brochure for ENHP.
The collection documents many important historical moments in the early development of the University. These papers touch on virtually every aspect of the first years of the University. Much of the earlier material is involved with fundraising and the construction of buildings. The collection also contains references to the hiring of early administrators, the development of the College of Basic Studies (now Hillyer II).
The John Wion papers primarily consists of printed ephemera and photographs collected by John Wion related to his career as a flutist from 1956-2019.
This collection consists of correspondence, writings, photographs, and personal items belonging, or pertaining, to Julius Hartt.
The collection consists primarily of board of trustee and committee minutes. It also contains records of Yehudi Menuhin's residency and Kennedy Center Honors Ceremony, as well as files on various significant people and events of which the Board may have been involved.
This is a small collection consisting primarily of commemorative material documenting Kathleen McGrory’s inauguration as president of HCW. The collection also contains newspaper clippings and a small amount of material regarding McGrory’s interest in legislative issues.
The collection contains materials pertaining to the Keller Lectures from 1958-1976, including planning and publicity materials, photographs, transcripts, and recordings.
This collection contains material generated by Lou Sampliner over the course of his employment at Hillyer I and the University. However, samples of his press releases and correspondence may be found scattered throughout most of the other collections in the archives. It appears that his office records were donated to the Archives at some point and gradually filed in other collections with relevant material. Some of his writings remain in the collection called “News Releases.”
The collection consisted primarily of copies of speeches and correspondence not directly related to Savages role as president of HCW.
The collection consists of publications written by Marcia Seabury including books, chapters, poetry, and articles on a range of topics including interdisciplinary studies, general education, literature, and the University of Hartford All-University Curriculum.
The material in this collection came to the archives from the estate of Mary Mack. Some items, including sheet music, became part of the Allen Library collection. The material in the archives collection contains programs from student recitals, correspondence, and memorabilia. The few photographs among the Mack papers were moved to the main photograph collections.
The collection consists of William S. Millard's Civil War diary, a letter Millard wrote to his mother, his certificate of membership for the 14th Regiment of the New York State Militia (which became New York's 84th Infantry Regiment), as well as a letter from Joseph Millard to his mother, a copy of an etching of Colonel Ellsworth, and a newspaper clipping (undated, but post-civil war).
The collection spans Paranov’s lifetime, documenting his career as well as the contributions of his first wife, Pauline Hartt Paranov, and the history of the Hartt School in every phase of its development. The collection was received by the Archives in two series.
As time has gone by, some of the items in this collection have turned out to have a relationship with the University so the collection has been maintained. The collection contains booklets, photos, and memorabilia related to general Hartford history topics. Some items have been moved to other collections.
This collection contains photographs in multiple formats Used by the Office of Communication for publications and other printed and online projects.