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Louis A. Leslie was the chief editor of the Gregg Publishing Company as well as a leading authority on shorthand systems. In 1987, he donated to Rider University a collection of approximately 9,500 books and periodicals on shorthand, typing, and the history of shorthand education. Covering the period from 1682 to the 1970s, the …
Group of photographs depict the Rider College Chapter of the Phi Sigma Nu fraternity's January 23, 1947 reenactment of George Washington's 1776 Christmas day crossing of the Delaware River. The troops then proceeded to Trenton where they reenacted the surprise attack against sleeping Hessians, who were guarding Trenton for the …
Rider College began in 1865 as Trenton Business College, located in downtown Trenton, N.J. This collection consists of early photographs of Rider College's buildings located in Trenton. In 1959 the College relocated to a new campus in nearby suburban Lawrenceville, N.J.
Sports programs began at Rider in 1901, following the merger of Rider with Stewart Business College and consisted of games played with Trenton area high schools and prep schools. Intercollegiate athletics were introduced by Clair F. Bee in 1927, the College’s first director of athletics and first coach of football, basketball, and …
This collection includes assorted photographs from the Westminster Choir College Photograph Collection, including photos of the campus, students, visiting conductors, faculty, and the Westminster Choir. Photographs from the collection continue to be digitized and added to the site.
Welcome to the digital collections of the Rider University Libaries. Included are photograph and document collections pertaining to both the Moore and Talbott Libraries.