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Scrapbooking and Practices of Memory Keeping, Past and Present

Types of Resources

Resources included in this guide:


Collegiate Scrapbooks

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Resources

Bibliography


Bibliography

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About My Research

About My Research


I have been researching scrapbooking and memory keeping throughout the 20th century. I have been paying particular interest to collegiate scrapbooks from New Jersey College for Women which became known as Douglass College in 1955 after Mabel Smith Douglass, the college’s founder.

Rutgers University Special Collections houses many scrapbooks created by both men and women that can provide added depth to research projects relating to several different areas such as the history of women at Rutgers, military memory keeping, memory keeping, scrapbooking practices, social life, collegiate life, artifacts from the 20th century, etc.

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