This collection features Central Connecticut State University student newspapers and literary publications from the 1940s through the present, as well as a selection of Dial Yearbooks (1926-1996).
This collection contains the full text of select Central Connecticut State University master's theses, dissertations, and special projects submitted since 2002.
This collection includes selected digitized materials from the GLBTQ Archives at CCSU. Materials include videotaped oral history interviews as well as items associated with the Connecticut Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.
Since its establishment in 1986 the Connecticut Polish American Archives has collected many ephemeral publications that are placed in its vertical file. Materials include anniversary booklets, convention materials, programs of concerts, celebrations, reunions, dedications, dinners, balls, and testimonials. These publications may contain …
The O'Neill and Lemon Law oral histories are significant for their impact on Connecticut governing initiatives that reverberated nationwide, of which the seminal Lemon Law legislation, designed to protect consumers from fraud and abuse by auto manufacturers, is a prime example. The interviews also focus on the administration of …
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