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The Rutgers Oral History Archive focuses on the achievements and perspectives of Rutgers University and Douglass College alumni/ae who served at home and abroad during World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and the Cold War. The project’s creators sought to understand the impact of these wars on higher education in America and to highlight the contributions made by the university’s alumni/ae to the history of the state and the nation. The project currently provides access to over 450 oral histories.


This digital collection highlights the history of the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania, which was founded in 1850 as the first medical school for women. The collection includes personal writings, publications, and images on a wide array of subjects such as campus life, race relations, public health, and war.


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