Gerald R. Gill Papers, 1921 -- 2007

This collection has:

59.86 Linear Feet
46 record cartons, 2 document boxes, and 2 oversize boxes
575.2 Megabytes
18,443 Digital Object(s)
15,505 email messages with 1,922 attachments
1,016 born-digital files.

Gerald R. Gill was a professor of American history at Tufts University from 1980 until his death in 2007. His research interests included African-American history, the history of the civil rights movement, pacifism, and the black student experience at Tufts. His papers document his teaching, research, university service, and scholarly activities, and include correspondence, subject files, teaching materials, and writings. There are also biographical materials, audiovisual materials, and photographs.

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