Publishing (university function)
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
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Abstract In February of 1912 the establishment of an "Alumni Quarterly" was formally approved at a joint meeting of the Trustees and the Alumni Council. The records of The Johns Hopkins (Alumni) Magazine consist of a complete set of the Magazine, arranged chronologically from November 1912 through the present; correspondence files of staff members, arranged chronologically by editor; and photographs used in the production of the Magazine, arranged by subject.
Overview The Johns Hopkins University Press, the oldest North American university press in continuous operation, dates its origination to 1878, the year the first issue of the American Journal of Mathematics was published "under the auspices of" the Publication Agency of the Johns Hopkins University and with the "aid and furtherance" of the University itself. The records of the Johns Hopkins University Press range in date from 1876 to 1995. This span of more than a century is not, however, uniformly...
Overview This collection spans the history of a number of inter-related educational institutions at Johns Hopkins University. This collection consists of information, publications, and mailings from the Office of Admissions dating from 1953-2005 (bulk 1988-2005). Examples include brochures, course catalogs, course shedules, newsletters, invitations, and fact sheets.
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Scope and Contents A 61 page manuscript item related to black Americana being a typed story written by a woman named Janet Hay Houston. She was a missionary and one of nine children born from Margaret Parks Paxton and noted minister, Samuel Rutherford Houston. "The Flying Brigades" is essentially a story of a missionary who gathers a group of other women to provide Christian outreach to the lumber camps of West Virginia. In lumber camps, the workers referred to itinerant ministers who conducted...
Overview The Lit was a literary journal which began in 1946, was published by undergraduates, containing material written mostly by undergraduates. It included poetry, short stories, reviews and essays with an emphasis on fiction. This record group consists solely of issues of The Lit, published from 1946 to 1947; no other documentation exists for this publication.
Overview The Vector was an engineering magazine published quarterly by undergraduates. It began in 1948 and grew rapidly; by the late 1950s, it was considered one of the foremost undergraduate engineering magazines in the country, and ceased publication in December 1969. The records consist solely of the issues of the journal from 1948 to 1969. Although volumes 3-4, 9, 12-14, 16-17 and 21, as well as several individual issues, are missing.