Images of Yale individuals (RU 684). Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library.
MS 360: Robert Moses PapersThe Robert Moses Papers consist of only mimeographed and printed material, and a few photocopies of letters. (Most of Robert Moses' papers are at the New York Public Library.) The bulk of this material was arranged and bound in 38 volumes by Moses; he also prepared a table of contents to each volume. Annotated photocopies of these tables of contents will be found in the appendix to this register; they provide a detailed, item-by-item listing of most of the collection. However, there are also some materials not bound in volumes. These are arranged chronologically and boxed at the end of the collection, and there is no detailed listing of them.
MS 959: Edward Joseph Logue papersThe Edward J. Logue Papers consists of correspondence, memos, reports, designs, photographs, tapes, clippings, printed material and miscellaneous files relating to the private life and professional career of Edward J. Logue lawyer, urban administrator and planner, and educator. The papers date from 1908 to 2005, with the bulk dates being 1949 to 1967. In order to document the phases of Logue's professional career and to accommodate his own filing arrangement, the papers have been organized into ten series and seven additions.
MS 1380: Maurice Emile Henri Rotival papersThe papers consist of reports, drawings, and correspondence, documenting the professional work, particularly city renewal planning, of Maurice Emile Henri Rotival during the years 1944-1963.
NYPL: Robert Moses PapersCollection consists of correspondence, speeches, memoranda, press releases, reports, plans, photographs, clippings, and other printed matter documenting the career of Robert Moses. Personal Correspondence and "Library" (personal copy) files make up the bulk of the collection and include materials relating to topics such as the creation of parks and roads, Moses's political activities, regulation of banks, depression relief, the World's Fairs of 1939-1940 and 1964-1965, the United Nations headquarters, the Hall of Fame of Great Americans, and personal and family matters. Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority papers concern projects to build bridges, tunnels and highways as well as Moses's appointment as chairman. Emergency Public Works Commission and Office of the City Construction Coordinator series pertain to depression relief efforts and publicly funded building activities in New York City. Gubernatorial Campaign materials consist mainly of speeches, press releases, correspondence, and background information on the issues of the election of 1934. Department of Parks files concern the improvement of New York City parks and the expansion of parks and playgrounds. Constitutional Convention series contains correspondence on the administrative, legal and personal issues of New York governmental reform in the 1930s. Long Island State Park Commission and New York State Council of Parks materials relate to the development, maintenance and improvement of parks.