The University Archives is proud to hold the papers of many distinguished University at Buffalo faculty.
Abstracts about the University Archives Collections
The history of the University at Buffalo and the contributions of the men and women who have shaped and guided the institution since its founding in 1846 can be found in the almost 1,000 collections of University Records.
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The University Archives is in the process of developing EAD finding aids for our repository.
The Biographical Database searches newspaper & periodical articles, photographs, & other material about the lives, careers, & deaths of UB faculty & staff, illustrious alumni, famous visitors, & benefactors of the University.
The UB Sports History Collection website celebrates the uniquely rich history of Buffalo athletics, from the early competitions in 1890s, to the rise of University of Buffalo football program in the late-1950s, and the ultimate rebirth of UB Athletics at the Division I level.
The University Archives is the repository of numerous collections related to environmental issues in Western New York. Particular attention has been paid to the environmental disaster Love Canal.
Information on University at Buffalo salaries.
A tribute to women work make UB work.
Located in the University Archives of Special Collections, the Design Archive contains both textual and visual material.
Mainly twentieth century documentation relating to the diverse histories, religious traditions and cultures of Jewish communities within the Greater Buffalo, New York area.