File contains correspondence related to persons or organizations associated with the letter "E". These include Donald A. Ede at the University of Glasgow, Howard Evans at the Henry Phipps Institute/Cornell University, and more.
File contains correspondence with the Commission of the European Communities, Rallph Collier, Consumers Union of US Inc., Centre d'Architecture de la Mer, Jerrgen Claus, Mae Cullin, Rafael Castello-Valdis, Ray Canterbury, Jonathan Charney, CBS, Nigel Calder (on "The Blue Revolution"), Michelle Canterella, and "Conjunctions."
File contains correspondence with Nicholas Peckham, M.A. Parry, Elaine Parent, Aris Papas, Pesci d'Oro, Norbert Psuty, and Mario Primicerio. Also includes "A Sociological Hypothesis" by M.A. Parry, "A Scientific Approach to World Organization for Peace" by M.A. Parry, and "The New Cosmopolitans" by Aris Papas and memos.
Item is a glass plate lantern slide of an illustration of the Friends Almshouse in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Original source of the illustration is unknown. The photograph was taken by Byron Ulric Hatfield sometime in the early twentieth century.
File is an audio reel containing a lecture by Cindy Patton from the Department of Communications and Rhetoric at Temple University, Philadelphia. Patton gave a lecture, entitled "Women and AIDS," at St. Mary's University on January 13, 1993. It aired on CKDU the same day and was rebroadcast January 20, 1993 on The Evening Affair; January 27, 1993 at 11 am; February 23, 1993 on Living After Diagnosis; August 23, 1993 on The Evening Affair; and April 19, 1994 on The Evening Affair.
Item is a videocassette created by the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and used in the curriculum of the Dalhousie School of Medicine. The tape was requested by Ed Belzer for a sex course.