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The recording crackles to life, then bursts into fanfare. The announcer, in full radio voice, narrates the “talking page,” a 45-rpm disc included with the 1959 Buffalonian yearbook. Together, they provided “a verbal, as well as a pictorial résumé of the year’s activities.”
We hear of exciting news from all corners of the university. The football team had its best year ever. Count Basie performed at the Alpha Phi Delta Winter Dance. A scientist from the Bell Aircraft Corporation presented a lecture on rockets and the space age.
Finally, the charming 11-minute record draws to a close with an instrumental version of UB’s alma mater, signaling the end of an era for the Class of ’59, but also the beginning of a new adventure. Chancellor Clifford C. Furnas lent his voice to the 45, offering this message to graduating students: “With the loss of hair or the graying of hair or perhaps getting just a little bit paunchy, may you always be prouder year by year of your alma mater, the University of Buffalo.”
Similar to an old-time radio show, the narrator of the “talking page” is accompanied by a gamut of sound effects, including a ringing alarm clock and a yawn; Hayes Hall clock’s Westminster chimes; footsteps falling on campus pavement; and the ka-chunking rhythm of an IBM machine shooting out mid-semester grades.
*Text from “Objectology: The Sounds of College,” by Rebecca Rudell, in At Buffalo, Summer 2016. Online, along with a digital file of the record, at http://www.buffalo.edu/atbuffalo/article-page-summer-2016.host.html/content/shared/www/atbuffalo/articles/Summer-2016/in-every-issue/objectology.detail.html
The 2009 Middle States Periodic Review records, 1998-2009 includes periodic review reports, review commission workshops, memorandum, correspondence, printouts of presentations, unit reports, and accreditation status.Topics: Education History, University History Resources
Self study report (3 copies) of the 2014 Middles States Commission on Higher Education evaluation of the University at Buffalo.Topics: Education History
Correspondence regarding administration of the University Libraries, the creation and maintenance of the Poetry Collection of Lockwood Library at the University of Buffalo; professional papers including his research and publications; personal records, including biographical material, social correspondence and clippings; records of the Fenton Lecture series, 1935-1941; and records of the Buffalo Film Society, 1935-1938.Topics: UB People
Diaries and personal papers of Fred M. Ackerson which document life in Niagara County, New York, and a professional legal and judicial career in the late 19th and 20th centuries. Also includes diaries of Fred's wife and parents and those of his son, Charles F. Ackerson who lived in Olean, (Cattaraugus County) New York.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History
This collection (filed under 22/6F/204 and 22/6F/358) contains material regarding Selig Adler's studies at the University of Buffalo (1928-1931), his graduate work at the University of Illinois (1931-1934), and notes, drafts and copies of Adler's research on American foreign policy, isolationism, and United States-Israel relations. The collection also includes material from Adler's career at the State University of New York at Buffalo.Topics: UB People
This collection (filed under 22/6F/204 and 22/6F/358) contains material regarding Selig Adler's studies at the University of Buffalo (1928-1931), his graduate work at the University of Illinois (1931-1934), and notes, drafts and copies of Adler's research on American foreign policy, isolationism, and United States-Israel relations. The collection also includes material from Adler's career at the State University of New York at Buffalo.Topics: UB People
The materials contained in this collection range from 1938 to 1999. Included in this collection are brochures and pamphlets advertising the University at Buffalo as well as various programs and degrees offered by the university. Also included are applications, information about visiting the University at Buffalo and envelopes used in mailing the materials to prospective students.Topics: Publications, Student Life
The records contained in this collection consist of printed brochures, pamphlets and other types of printed material.Topics: Ephemera, Student Life
The records contained in this collection consist of printed brochures, pamphlets and other types of printed material related to the recruitment of students.Topics: Publications, Student Life
The papers of Milton C. Albrecht, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, 1958-1965, include notebooks, appointment books, faculty reprints, memorabilia and audio recordings.Topics: UB People
Scrapbook documenting Alden's election campaigns for Associate Judge of the Court of Appeals.
NOTE: Material is fragile. See Archivist for safe handling procedures.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, UB People
The William S. Allen papers contains correspondence, scholarly papers, written speeches, cassette tapes, clippings, reports, and photographs that document the personal and professional work of William Sheridan Allen, an historian and scholar of Germany history and the rise of the Nazi Party.Topics: UB People
Booklets, documents, and memorabilia of the Alpha Lambda Delta society.Topics: Student Life
Professional papers regarding research and publications in higher education in the U.S. and developing countries; some on international publishing. Includes drafts of books, articles, and papers; and correspondence concerning research and editing of special issues of Library Trends and The Annals of the American Academy of Sociology and Political Science. Also, service as North American editor of Higher Education, 1974-1980, with confidential reviews of articles submitted, and work as series editor of a Praeger Special Studies monograph series of comparative literature, 1977-1979.Topics: Education History, UB People
A collection of theses, published articles, and unpublished addresses and papers on student activism in the United States for the period 1900-1970, and higher education in the United States, India, and Japan for the period circa 1960-1975.Topics: Campus Unrest, Social Activism
Printed materials, including leaflets, position papers, newsletters, reports and other items concerning student movements in India, circa 1935 to 1965, international student organizations, circa 1948 to 1971, and student movements in the United States, circa 1960 to 1969.
The third section of Altbach's papers concerns student activism in the United States, circa 1960 to 1969, particularly the rise of New Left organizations such as Students for a Democratic Society. Some of the material concerns the events surrounding the Democratic National Convention held in Chicago in 1968, and subsequent activities at the University of Chicago, 1968 to 1969.
Though most of the items in this collections are printed or duplicated, the transitory nature of the many organizations documented makes it likely that many of these printed items are unique, or nearly so. The collection also includes some manuscript and typescript materials. The Indian materials were collected by Altbach in the 1960's for his dissertation, Students, Politics and Higher Education in a Developing Area: The Case of Bombay, India, (University of Chicago, 1965). Most ·of the earlier materials date from ca. 1946 to 1951 and concern th_e Bombay Provincial Student Congress, which was affiliated with the All India Student Congress, and the Bombay Student Union, which was affiliated with the All India Student Federation. Also included are materials from the National Union of Students, ca. 1947 to 1964. Much of this material concerns the relationship of the various student groups with larger political bodies within India. Of particular interest is a typescript copy of a letter written by Gandhi in 1941 concerning the role of students in the struggle against British rule of India and copies of correspondence between Jawahalal Nehru. and Ramkrishna Bajaj concerning Bajaj's opposition to the Congress Party candidacy of V.K. Krishna Mennon in 1961.
Materials on the international student movement, circa 1948 to 1971, include internal and external documentation of the National Union of Students and the International Student Conference. Much of these papers concern the political conflicts between and within the "eastern" and "western" aligned organizations and the relationship of United States student groups to organizations felt to be dominated by the Soviet Union.
Alternative Press Collection (Anthony W. Novitsky and Christopher Densmore), 1963-2000 (bulk 1963-1989)
This collection contains periodicals issued between 1963 and 2000 with most of the material dated prior to 1990. Additionally, there is non-periodical material arranged by issuing organization. Periodicals and other material related to draft resistance and conscientious objectors during the Vietnamese Conflict are well represented in the collection. Additional topics covered include civil rights, the peace movement, disarmament, the women's movement, student unrest, and the labor movement.Topics: Campus Unrest, Social Activism
A collection of material related to labor, anti-war, student unrest, and free speech issues. Marxist-Leninist periodicals issued nationally and locally are included. Pamphlets are also included. The collection contains mimeographed statements and other material issued by the Buffalo Branch of the Marxist-Leninist Party U.S. and the Union of Buffalo Anti-Imperialist Students. Student newsletters are produced at the State University of New York at Buffalo.Topics: Campus Unrest, Social Activism
A small collection on the May 19, 1970 Annual Women's Day alumnae event. Includes clippings, program, circular, correspondence, and a description of the October 27, 1970 alumnae luncheon meeting.Topics: Women's History in WNY
The records of the American Association of University Professors, Buffalo Chapter. Included in the collection are national correspondence, chapter correspondence, chapter minutes, committee reports, and academic freedom issues.Topics: Education History, UB People, Campus Unrest
American Association of University Professors. Buffalo Chapter. Secretary's Files, 1968-1989 (bulk 1968-1972)
Collection contains files of Marchand (Shonnie) Finnegan as Secretary; Vice President of the University of Buffalo Chapter, American Association of University Professors and it's Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure, mainly concerning the period of campus unrest, 1969-1971 and the arrest of the 45 faculty members during student protests in the Spring of 1970. Also included are some faculty grievance files and publications from the national association.Topics: Campus Unrest, UB People
This collection contains the charter and newsletters of the American Association of University Women, Amherst (NY) Branch.Topics: Women's History in WNY
This collection contains the newsletters of the American Association of University Women, Buffalo Branch as well as several other AAUW branches.Topics: Women's History in WNY
The American Association of University Women Buffalo Branch Records include such records as history files, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, financial documents, correspondence, various publications that the organization distributes and conferences/special events.Topics: Women's History in WNY
Records of the American Jewish Committee - Buffalo/Niagara Chapter primarily from its final 20 years of operation documenting interfaith and Jewish heritage programming and community awards.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
The personal correspondence of Frances Proctor Ames, 1885 graduate of University of Buffalo's Medical School.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Education History, Women’s History in WNY, Digital Collections
Newspaper clippings dealing with various aspects of the North Campus of the University at Buffalo, State University of New York, in Amherst, New York.Topics: University History Resources
Amherst campus site resolutions, maps, and memoranda (mainly photocopies), pertaining to the groundbreaking of the Amherst campus and the existing buildings that were present at that time. Collection includes copy of June 27, 1968 resolution by the UB Council for the Amherst campus; memos with description of the master plan and college sites; and several news releases detailing the design firms associated with the campus (Davis, Broday and Associates and Milstein, Wittek, Davis, and Hamilton), and structures on the Amherst parcel before construction. These structures were sold at public auction and required buyers to remove the structures from the site. Structures included frame and concrete homes, cottages, and barns on Rensch Road, Millersport Highway, and Skinnersville Road.Topics: University History Resources
This collection contains the business records, meeting minutes, correspondence, publications and miscellaneous records of the Amherst, N.Y. League of Women Voters.Topics: Women's History in WNY
Papers kept by G. Lester Anderson as Vice President of Educational Affairs of the University at Buffalo, dealing with various education problems and controversies, 1951-1964, including the case of a dental student who charged the Dental School with Anti-Semitism (1958); a hearing before the State University of New York's Standing Committee on Termination of a faculty member charged with false representation in respect to signing the Feinberg Certificate (1964); transcripts of meetings of the New York State Governor's Committee on the White House Conference on Education (1955); and reports compiled by the University for the Federal Security Agency's Office of Education concerning UB's physical facilities and human resources.Topics: Education History, UB People
Papers of G. Lester Anderson including correspondence, drafts of papers and speeches, reprints, reports, bibliographies, clippings, photos, and other materials relating to Anderson's role as a consultant to various institutions of higher education. Also includes his association with various other organizations.Topics: Education History, UB People
Papers of G. Lester Anderson including correspondence, drafts of papers and speeches, reprints, reports, bibliographies, clippings, photos, and other materials relating to Anderson's role as a consultant to various institutions of higher education. Also includes his working papers for his study of the merger of the University of Buffalo with the State University of New York, and his association with various other organizations.Topics: Education History
This collection contains microfilmed annual reports from 1931 to 1982 of schools, departments, offices, institutes and centers of the University at Buffalo. In the 1980s, a portion of annual reports were microfilmed as the original reports were fragile typescripts or degrading mimeographs.
Reports in this collection cover pivotal moments in the development of the University. Particularly noteworthy are reports of the World War II era, (which include war training programs, job placement for women, and veterans services); Chancellor Samuel Capen’s tutorial instruction plan; and the establishment of the Colleges in the late 1960s through the 1970s.
As a format, annual reports give a broad overview of the University at a given point in time, including of academic units, budgets, bequests and fundraising, campus planning, and facilities; and statistics such as enrollment, degrees conferred, and faculty research publication. These reports are a critical research resource as they offer not only “what was,” but “what might have been” (i.e. insight into the assumed and planned trajectories of departments, campuses, budgets, academics, etc.) as well as “firsts.” Goals of programs and departments at their inception are noted. Reports of Schools and Faculties, particularly after 1950, often incorporate reports of departments.
Researchers should also consult individual collections for departments, schools, offices, etc. for additional reports either falling outside this date range or not microfilmed.
Annual reports give a broad overview of the University at a given point in time, including of academic units, budgets, bequests and fundraising, campus planning, and facilities; and statistics such as enrollment, degrees conferred, and faculty research publication. These reports are a critical resource for researchers as they offer not only “what was,” but “what might have been” (i.e. insight into the assumed and planned trajectory of departments, campuses, budgets, academics, etc.) as well as “firsts.” Goals of programs and departments at their inception are noted.
This collection contains printed annual reports of schools, departments, offices institutes and centers of the University at Buffalo. Materials were collected by University Archives on an ad hoc basis; therefore, the collection is not comprehensive. Researchers are advised to consult records of individual schools, departments, offices, institutes, and centers for additional annual reports.
In the 1980s, a portion of annual reports were microfilmed and cover the years 1931 to 1982. This film is available for use; see 5/2/MF 353-454.
Topics: Education History, Publications, University History Resources
Papers either produced or collected by Anthony Novitsky that document opposition to the Vietnamese Conflict. A number of organizations are represented. Also included is an oral history interview taped by Christopher Densmore, University Archives, July 25, 1978 that covers Novitsky's activities in the Catholic peace movement, the anti-war movement in Buffalo, and his recollections of various individuals and organizations in Buffalo during the late 1960s and early 1970s.Topics: Social Activism
Thomas H. McKaig (1890-1967) was an engineer and architect in Buffalo, N.Y. Copy of typescript (Addenda and corrections, 2 unnumbered leaves; 190 leaves; Index, 2 unnumbered leaves)Topics: Design Archives
Architectural and landscape plans for the Darwin D. Martin House and Graycliff, the summer home of the Darwin D. Martin family which were designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd, Digital Collections
Records of the School of Architecture and Planning from 1977-2002.Topics: Design Archives
The Argus (1947-1950) was established as an alternative to The Bee newspaper by a group of more “liberal, progressive” students. Editorial warfare intensified by 1950 to such an extent that funding was withheld from both papers. In the same year a new newspaper, the Spectrum, began publication.Topics: Publications, Student Life, Digital Collections
This collection contains materials related to the Art Department from 1966-1991, including programs, drawings, awards, and other related materials.Topics: Education history
The Arts Festivals Collection, 1963-1970, includes clippings, pamphlets, and programs from the UB Spring Arts Festival, the Black Arts Festival, and the 2nd Buffalo Festival for the Arts. The collection also includes the San Francisco Mime Troupe fundraiser and broadside.Topics: Student Life, Ephemera
The papers consist of correspondence; minutes; programs; directories; membership files; newsletters and other periodicals, such as the New York State Mathematics Teachers Journal; memorabilia and other misc. printed materials. The papers also include a series of photographs.Topics: Education History
Issues of University at Buffalo's alumni magazine, At Buffalo.Topics: Publications, Digital Collections
Records of the Athletic Policy Committee and its predecessor, the Faculty Committee on Policy and Coordination.Topics: Sports
Materials in the Division of Athletics History collection include game programs, media guides, photographs, and uniforms and apparel that represent multiple sports at the University at Buffalo.Topics: Sports, Student Life, Audio/Visual Collections, Ephemera
Contained in this collection are media guides from the Division of Athletics. Many of these guides contain short biographies of team and staff members, team statistics, team schedules and program descriptions.Topics: Sports, Publications
Contained in this collection are media guides from the Division of Athletics. Many of these guides contain short biographies of team and staff members, team statistics, team schedules and program descriptions.Topics: Sports, Publications
Documents related to a National Collegiate Athletics Association self-study conducted at the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1994.Topics: Sports
The personal papers and professional papers of Pierre L. Aubéry. Collection contains correspondence, research material, publications and clippings.Topics: UB People
Research on Mécislas Golberg for Aubéry's work, Mécislas Golberg: anarchiste et décadent, 1868-1907: biographie intellectuelle, suivie de fragments inedits de son journal.Topics: UB People
Records, 1975-1987 with earlier documents from 1964 onward, of the Audubon Association, Inc. pertaining to the Audubon New Community of Amherst, New York; concerning the operation, maintenance, and government of a planned new community which began construction in 1973.Topics: Design Archives
Documents "Buffalo: The Industrial Heritage", a summer course taught by Reyner Banham in 1977. Contents include contemporary and historic photographs of Buffalo's industrial buildings (including the Larkin Complex) and field notes.Topics: Design Archives, Frank Lloyd Wright
The papers of W. Leslie Barnette, a professor of Psychology and accomplished classical pianist, document his life and work during the thirty years he was employed at the University at Buffalo.Topics: UB People
This collection contains papers and memorabilia from Philip J. Barr, a member of the UB Dental School Class of 1926. Included are Barr's naturalization certificate, a certificate of ownership of a plot of land in St. Patrick's Cemetery, advertisement applications for the Iris yearbook, a newsletter for the Wilson Historical Society, various letters concerning 50-year UB reunions, lists of people appearing in reunion photos, two reunion photos which do not match the aforementioned lists, and miscellaneous photographs of various people.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Student Life
Papers, 1922-1963, pertaining to the career of Ruth Bartholomew as a librarian at the University of Buffalo; the bulk of the papers are in the form of an alphabetical file, date from 1922 to the early 1940s and pertain to the general administration of the Library. Also some later papers pertaining to her more specialized responsibilities in gifts and exchange, supplies and the bindery.Topics: UB People
Berten C. Bean was a member of the 1941 class of the School of Medicine. He served as Art Editor of the Medentian, the yearbook for the Schools of Medicine and Dentistry. Collection contains four drawings by Bean which appeared in the 1940 edition of the Medentian; also includes a photographic collage which appeared in the same edition.Topics: Student Life, Publications
The Bee (1921-1950) focused almost entirely on student activities, often with humor. There was almost no coverage of events beyond the UB campus or on how those events impacted the lives of UB students. With veterans attending the university after the end of World War II enrolled an older and more diverse student body. It was then that the Bee’s sometimes frivolous style came under attack.Topics: Publications, Student Life, Digital Collections
Benzow was a student in the College of Arts and Sciences, 1930-1933. Scrapbook, 1930-1933, kept by Roland R. Benzow including clippings from campus and local newspapers; programs, tickets and other printed memorabilia from athletic events, dances, plays and other social events; award ribbons from the Moving Up Day Track Meet; a badge from the campus newspaper, The Bee; and other items illustrating campus life at the University of Buffalo in the early 1930s.Topics: Student Life
The papers of Arnold Berleant (1932-present), a musician and philosophy scholar whose works have focused on the study of aesthetics, environmental aesthetics, and ethics. This collection contains drafts and final versions of items he authored such as books, journal articles, essays, lectures; correspondence with colleagues and journal editors; research materials (newspaper clippings, journal articles, book excerpts, etc.); and materials related to professional conferences and meetings.Topics: UB People
Personal and professional papers of Sister Rosalie Bertell, Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart, Ph.D. Includes photos, CDs, DVDs, VHS, subject files, correspondence, reports, and publications relating to war and peace, the environment, and public health. A partial inventory is available upon request.Topics: Women's History in WNY, Social Activism
This collection contains individual and group interviews which were used as source material for Frank Besag's book Anatomy of a Riot: Buffalo, 1967, a case study comprised primarily of interviews with witnesses to the events in Buffalo from June 26 through July 1, 1967. The interviews were part of a survey commissioned by State University of New York at Buffalo president Martin Meyerson. Also included are newspaper clippings about the study and a copy of the book.Topics: Social Activism, UB People, Buffalo and WNY History
A charter establishing the undergraduate student chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society.Topics: Student Life
Materials from the Department of Psychology Collection, 1965-1971 collected by Irving Biederman of the Department of Psychology including Martin Meyerson's Ten Year Academic Plan, records of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Administration (1965-1967), Computer Center Newsletter and Communications (1966-1967), committee minutes and other departmental materials.Topics: UB People
The papers of Walter Bird, founder of Birdair, Inc. and a pioneer of lightweight structural design, consist primarily of his professional activities.Topics: Design Archives
Photocopy of the Constitution of the Bison Head, 1923, stating "The object of this society shall be to promote college spirit; to foster interest and induce a larger number to participate in student activities; to gather the recognized student leaders in one body to promote matters of University spirit, traditions and ideals; and to crystallize student opinion in regard to extracurricular activities".Topics: Student Life
The Bison was a humor magazine published by University of Buffalo students between 1913 and 1941. News items, poetry, and humorous stories filled the pages of this popular monthly publication. Many issues were considered theme numbers, and student artists created covers to announce the annual Freshman, Christmas, or Junior Prom numbers.
The early issues were called the University Bison, and, after publication was suspended for a year because of alleged “slanderous” material, the magazine resumed under the title of the New Bison. Publication ceased in 1941.
This collection presents sixty-one (61) of the front covers.Topics: Digital Collections, Publications
The Bison was a humor magazine published by University of Buffalo students between 1913 and 1941. News items, poetry, and humorous stories filled the pages of this popular monthly publication. Many issues were considered theme numbers, and student artists created covers to announce the annual Freshman, Christmas, or Junior Prom numbers.
The early issues were called the University Bison, and, after publication was suspended for a year because of alleged “slanderous” material, the magazine resumed under the title of the New Bison. Publication ceased in 1941.Topics: Publications, Student Life
This collection contains course descriptions and catalogs, meeting minutes, memos, photos, budgets, programs, mission statements, activity descriptions, rechartering files, posters, clippings, reports, proposals, correspondence and other files pertaining to Black Mountain College II. Also included are 46 audio cassettes containing recordings of music, poetry, and speakers who visited the college such as Robert Duncan, and Seamus Heaney.Topics: Education history
The Black Student Union collection, 1972-2011 includes meeting agendas, activity and meeting schedules, newsletters, event fliers, news clippings and a BSU solidarity button.Topics: Student Life
The Black Student Union (BSU) at UB was founded in 1967 and recognized by the Student Association in 1968. In 1969, it counted 1,000 members. Twelve periodical publications have been issued by the BSU and are the primary record of the activities and history of the organization.Topics: Digital Collections, Publications, Student Life
Black Student Union photograph collection, 2000-2007, features personal photographs of Black Student Union members participating in club activities and events from the years 2000 to 2007.
Most photographs in this collection lack identification such as people, place, or event. If you were a member of BSU from 2000-2010, a UB student during that time, or believe you can provide identification for photos in this collection, please contact University Archives.Topics: Student Life, Photographs
Personal papers documenting volunteer activities of Annette Blanchard and some family materials. Includes photographs, speeches, newspaper clippings, media, and other material relating to volunteer service and career in B’nai B’rith, as well as a small amount of materials relating to her husband William Blanchard’s Jewish scouting activities.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Collection contains 14 audiocassettes of interviews for an oral history project leading to Guitta Blau's Ph.D. dissertation, Theory and Practice in Education: A Biography of Adelle Land (1901-1969) completed in 1977.Topics: Education History
The Marvin A. Block, M.D. manuscripts and scrapbooks contains materials documenting the professional career of Marvin A. Block, M.D., University of Buffalo alumnus and faculty in the School of Medicine.Topics: UB People
This is a small collection that contains three first editions authored by Gerda Weissmann Klein, one framed poster and three blue roses, the symbol of The Blue Rose Foundation. The Blue Rose Foundation has provided financial support for projects related to helping people with developmental disabilities. Grants have helped agencies, organizations and individuals.Topics: Social Activism
Blueprints by Frank Lloyd Wright for a residence in Louisville, Kentucky, which was not built.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd
The collection consists of manuscripts, notes, correspondence, literary magazines, and bibliography card files which Harold Boner used as resource materials in his teaching.Topics: UB People
Drafts; notes; clippings; and correspondence concerning Bonner's books, Captain William Dampier: Buccaneer-Author (1934); De Quincey at Work (1936); Pirate Laureate: The Life and Legends of Captain Kidd (1947); and The Letters of William Hazlitt (edited with Herschel Sikes, 1978); drafts and notes for articles, reviews, and papers. The collections also includes teaching materials, including files on 17th, 18th, and 19th century literary figures and topics; lecture notes, course outlines, and bibliographies.Topics: UB People
Football programs for the University at Buffalo spanning 1930-2010. A portion of the programs are from opposing teams.Topics: Sports, Publications
Personal and professional papers of former Erie County Legislator Joan Bozer. Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, newsletters, meeting minutes, brochures, and other papers documenting various projects Bozer worked on throughout her career. Projects include The Women's Pavilion of the Pan-American Exposition celebration in 2001, women's health, Buffalo waterfront development and other regional revitalization efforts.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Environmental Issues in WNY, Women's History in WNY
This collection contains medical advice written by William Brady, M.D., a UB alumnus from the graduating class of 1901. Included are two small pamphlets about blood and healthy eating, and four manuscripts with advice concerning blood pressure, bed-wetting, cardiovascular disease, and infant feeding.Topics: UB People
Personal scrapbook of Arline Gelman recording the activities of the Buffalo, (New York) Chapter of the Brandeis University National Women's Committee, 1986-2004.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Personal papers documenting the lives of Ida and David Bregger on their farm in Darien Center, N.Y., as well as Jewish life on the East Side of Buffalo, N.Y. Material includes loan documentation, photographs, personal correspondence, recipes, ephemera and newspaper clippings.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
The Voice of Drawing, 2003: Reproductions of forty sketches by Harvey Breverman of speakers who appeared at the State University of New York at Buffalo. "This commemorative booklet honors the stewardship of Professor William R. Greiner, 13th President of the University at Buffalo." Includes reproduction of 1999 ink and watercolor of Greiner by Breverman. Preface by Robert Creeley.Topics: UB People
Collection of broadsides (sheets of paper printed on one side, usually containing an advertisement or public notice intended for posting) and other handouts created and/or distributed by students, primarily in Norton Union. This collection is particularly rich in broadsides relating to campus unrest, 1965-1970.Topics: Ephemera, Student Life, Campus Unrest
A collection of building and housing codes, and zoning, health, and sanitation ordinances for the city of Buffalo, New York, the town of Amherst, New York, and Erie County, New York. Documents cover the period 1936-1986. Also includes some similar documents for other municipalities in Western New York.Topics: Design Archives
A collection of building and housing codes and zoning ordinances for the city of Buffalo, N.Y., the town of Amherst, N.Y., and Erie County, N.Y. Documents cover the period 1936-1986. Also includes some similar documents for other municipalities in Western New York.Topics: Design Archives
Contained in this collection are clippings mostly from local newspapers which deal with the history of Western New York and the City of Buffalo.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History
Minute books, 1892-1921, of the Buffalo Kindergarten Union, and scrapbooks, 1930-1959, of the Buffalo Kindergarten Union and its successor, the Buffalo Association for Childhood Education, containing clippings, reports, letters, announcements and programs, memorabilia, photographs and other items concerning the history and activities of the Buffalo Kindergarten Union, Buffalo Association for Childhood Education, the Kindergarten Section of the New York State Teachers' Association and the National Association for Childhood Education. Also includes a printed report of the Buffalo Free Kindergarten Association for 1892-1893.Topics: Education History
Records documenting activities of the Buffalo Board of Rabbis. Includes minutes, correspondence, newspaper clippings and policy documents relating to the activities within the Jewish community, broader Buffalo community. It also contains materials that deal with issues relating to Jewish life within the University at Buffalo.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Unpublished research reports from the Buffalo Foundation, 1921-1938. Complete file of typed studies, some including working papers, prepared by the Foundation on subjects pertaining to Buffalo and Erie County community welfare.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism
Administrative, faculty, and student records, photographs, student uniforms, and other memorabilia collected by the Alumni Association of the Buffalo General Hospital Nursing School.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Education History
The archive of the Buffalo Jewish Review contains issues of the Buffalo Jewish Review and its predecessor the American Jewish Review from November 9, 1917 to the present.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Personal Papers documenting the building of a mikvah in Buffalo, New York. Materials include reports, architectural sketches, correspondence and other material relating to the erection of the building as well as history of a previous mikvah founders and managers.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Buffalo Public Schools Desegregation records, 1972-1995, consist of files from the Buffalo School desegregation case, from 1972 through 1995. The files include papers submitted to the court, orders of the court, hearing exhibits, transcripts of hearings and depositions, plaintiffs' notes and analyses of Board data and proposals, plaintiffs' and defendants' correspondence, Board of Education proposals, reports and data, and press clippings. Related materials are located in the Citizens Council for human Relations, Inc. (CCHR) files and the files of the Citizens Commission on School Desegregation housed in the University Archives, permanent records filed in federal court, records maintained by the Buffalo Branch of the NAACP, and records maintained by the other parties to the suit.
A partial inventory is available upon request.
The collection contains correspondence (1967-1989), mailing lists (1976-1980), membership forms (1976-1980), occasional publications (1978), and bibliographies (1972-1978). These research materials cover various topics such as Political Science, the Data Library, History, American Studies, Sociology, Architecture, Geography, Anthropology, Social Foundations, Archives, Records Management, and Black Studies reflecting the group’s expertise in these disciplines. This collection also has information about the Buffalo Studies Group’s role in the community and how to group functioned.Topics: Education History, Women's History in WNY, Social Activism
A collection of annual, quarterly, and special reports from the Buffalo Urban League, Buffalo, New York.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism
This collection documents the activities and goals of the Buffalo Women's Center and includes correspondence, clippings, photographs, and newsletters. The majority of the materials document the Center's first year of operation (1973-1974), but newsletters and a history updated in 1978 cover the extent of the Center's existence.Topics: Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
The Buffalonian was UB’s second general student yearbook. The first was the Iris which ceased publication in 1932. The inaugural issue of the Buffalonian appeared in 1934. It was on February 26, 1934, that Norton Union opened, and the title page for the first issue of the Buffalonian proudly states “Published by the Associated Students of the University of Buffalo at Norton Hall on the University Campus.”
The Buffalonian was the yearbook for all UB students for only one year. In the 1935 medical and dental students launched a combined yearbook called the Medentian. When the Buffalonian ceased publication in 2001, it marked the end of a yearbook for undergraduates.Topics: Publications, Student Life, Digital Collections
Records of University of Buffalo Faculty Advisory Committee, 1948-1961, including minutes, reports, correspondence, objectives, recommendations, surveys, and resolutions, regarding library policy, location of medical school, faculty morale, salaries, long-range problems, sabbatical leave, and other subjects.Topics: UB People
The Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Buffalo Records consist primarily of records documenting the activities of the Bureau, a non-profit community-based educational institution.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Burgdorf was a Pharmacy student at UB from 1906-1909. Letters, 1906-1909, written by Burgdorf to Grace, his future wife.Topics: Student Life
This collection documents the activities of Business and Professional Women's Club of Buffalo. The records consist mainly of correspondence, minutes, reports, club newsletters, photographs, and ephemera. Club history is documented through scrapbooks and written histories, as well as through videocassette recording of an event.Topics: Women’s History in WNY
Dr. Henry Warren Button, employed in various teaching capacities at the State University of New York at Buffalo in the School of Education; Social Philosophy and History Foundation; and the Department of Educational Organization, Administration, and Policy Studies (circa 1965 - circa 1992); chairman of the Department of Social Foundations, Faculty of Educational Studies (circa 1969); professor emeritus after circa 1993.Topics: Education History, UB People
Eugene W. Camann was a fourth generation American of Prussian descent who lived in the village of Bergholz (Wheatfield, Niagara County, New York). He did extensive research on the migration of Prussian Lutherans to the United States and the settlements they established in Niagara County, New York. The documents in this collection relate to his paternal and maternal ancestors.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History
The collection documents the history of the Camp Fire Girl organization. The collection includes minute books, scrapbooks, photograph albums and Camp Fire Girl publications.Topics: Women's History in WNY
This collection contains materials related to campus unrest at the University at Buffalo, 1966-1970. Included are materials regarding the "Faculty 45," and artifacts such as buttons, strike flags, banners, a tear gas canister, and a recording of the "Hayes Hall Blues," a song about the "Faculty 45."Topics: Campus Unrest, University History Resources
Clippings from newspapers in the Buffalo, N.Y. area reporting on campus unrest at the State University of New York at Buffalo between 1964 and 1975. Topics include academic freedom, draft resistance during the Vietnamese Conflict, and employer recruitment on campus by governmental and private sector entities.Topics: Campus Unrest
These images depict scenes from the violent student protests and demonstrations which occurred on the University at Buffalo South Campus in 1970. The images on this CD-ROM originally appeared in UB today, v. 23, no. 2 (Winter 2005). The second disc includes a statement of responsibility: "By Gary Friend and Joe Parise." Also included in the collection are sheets that contain prints of the images.Topics: Campus Unrest, University History Resources, Audio/Visual collections
Audio tape interviews.Topics: Campus Unrest
An open collection of donated materials and recollections from former students, faculty, administration and community members regarding the period of campus unrest at the University at Buffalo, 1969-1971.Topics: Campus Unrest
Campus Unrest: Research conducted by Dean G. Pruitt and James Gahagan, Social Psychology Department , 1967-1972, 1975
Interviews, chronologies and surveys collected by social psychologists, Dean G. Pruitt and James Gahagan pertaining to the events on the South campus of the State University of New York at Buffalo mainly from February to April 1970.
The bulk of the Campus Unrest collection is open for research. According to the terms agreed upon at the time of each interview, Post-crisis interviews in Accession 2019-027 series are closed until after the death of the interviewee.Topics: Campus Unrest
Mimeographed booklet containing the history, constitution, and membership lists of Cap and Gown; originally compiled by Harriet Montague (Class of 1927) and Susanne Te'Katch (Class of 1954) in 1957 and revised in 1965; handwritten revisions to 1968.Topics: Student Life
This collection contains the hoods, honorary degrees, and awards that Capen received during his career as an instructor at Clark College to his tenure as Chancellor of the University at Buffalo. In particular, the collection contains the University at Buffalo seal and the keys to Foster and Science Halls that he received on his inauguration to the University at Buffalo.Topics: UB People, University History Resources
The Office of the President Files on Samuel P. Capen, 1922-1957 [bulk 1922], includes files containing biographical information on Chancellor Samuel P. Capen and the members of his family; also records concerning the inauguration of Capen in October 1922, as Chancellor of the University of Buffalo. Capen served from 1922 to 1950. The Dedication of Rotary Field and Foster Hall took place at the same time as the inauguration of Chancellor Capen. The collection includes news clippings, meeting minutes, event programs, invitations, speech transcripts, photographs, correspondence, and memorabilia.Topics: UB People, University History Resources
Professional and personal correspondence, speeches, articles and memorabilia of Samuel P. Capen, first director of the American Council in Education (1919-1922); first full-time Chancellor of the University of Buffalo (1922-1950); and spokesman for academic freedom and educational reform.Topics: Education History, UB People
Papers documenting aspects of Buffalo history and life within the family and friendship circles of the Carrel and Goldstein families in Buffalo, NY, as well as the Law School, University of Buffalo during the 1920s.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Records pertaining to the Centennial of the University of Buffalo, 1946, including clippings; scrapbook; photographs; correspondence; invitations; programs; committee reports, etc.Topics: University History Resources
Digital reproductions of materials related to the Center for International Conflict Studies including research notes, case studies, and working papers.Topics: Social Activism
Materials documenting aspects of work of Chabad of Buffalo with an emphasis on outreach work for Jewish students at University at Buffalo and Buffalo State College as well as the social and education life of a Chabad affiliated school, Torah Teminah, Amherst, NY.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
This vertical file is not comprehensive; it is comprised of ad hoc material collected over time by University Archives staff. Vertical files are often used by researchers as a "first stop" and serve as an orientation to the topic at hand.
The Chancellors and Presidents vertical file contains administrative histories regarding UB Chancellors and Presidents. Administrative histories are useful as they generally contain citations to other sources, such as minutes, articles, etc., held in University Archives. In this instance, the administrative histories consist of copies of University bylaws relating to Chancellors and Presidents
This small vertical file does not include materials on each chancellor or president. It does include clippings on most chancellors/presidents; and most notably, a 1924 letter from the Buffalo Chief of Police to Chancellor Samuel Capen regarding fraternity initiation ceremonies; copies of addresses and speeches by T.R. McConnell, as well as a transcript of a 1979 interview conducted with Brenda K. Shelton; and documentation of President Satish Tripathi’s 2011 inauguration activities.
For papers of chancellors and presidents, see Record Group 4 subgroups (arranged by chancellor or president).
Includes carbon copy of manuscript, Teaching Music Creatively in the Elementary School, written with son Herbert, and additional correspondence (1968). Also includes article, "The Preparation of the Music Educator and the Musical Preparation of the Classroom Teacher"; teaching materials for courses in elementary music education, psychology of music, workshop conducting, as well as information on programs offered at SUNY at Buffalo in music and New York State Teachers' certification for the Teaching of Music in secondary schools (ca. 1955-1968); also includes University of Buffalo "Arts in European Life" European Tour (4 July-8 August 1959).Topics: UB People
This collection contains the papers kept by Citizen's Task Force on Racism member and University at Buffalo History professor, David Gerber. It includes meeting minutes, correspondence, and newspaper clippings concerning the activities of the Task Force. The collection primarily documents the Task Force's surveillance of the Ku Klux Klan and Neo-Nazism in Buffalo, New York.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism
The collection contains correspondence, news clippings, policy statements, printed materials, and speech notes, reflecting the actions the Citizens' Council on Human Relations (CCHR) while seeking to end discrimination, particularly against African-Americans, in Buffalo, N.Y. There are also organizational files, consisting of by-laws, newsletters and membership lists, which reflect the internal workings of CCHR itself.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism
Cleanup and Restoration of the Beth Jacob Cemetery Records document mainly the cemetery inscriptions, and Joshua Finkelstein’s leadership activities of Cleanup and Restoration of the Beth Jacob Cemetery in 2008.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
UB Faculty minutes kept by Professor Charles U. Clemency, some with notations, including minutes and memoranda of the University Senate (1963-1967), minutes and reports of the College of Arts and Sciences (1964-1966), and minutes and reports of the Graduate School (1964-1966).Topics: UB People
The records of the Coalition for Health and Welfare of Buffalo and Erie County contain information from: local, state, and national social welfare organizations; correspondence with legislators on social welfare issues; testimonies from public hearings; grant applications for funding; and documentation on the Coalition itself (annual meetings, reports, by-laws, etc.).Topics: Social Activism, Buffalo and WNY History
Correspondence, notes, publications, photographs/slides, and documentation regarding the research and work of Harold and Mary Cohen.Topics: UB People, Design Archives
Additional papers of Ira S. Cohen, Professor Emeritus in Psychology. Includes correspondence, administrative files, and writings.Topics: UB People
Papers of Ira S. Cohen, Professor Emeritus in Psychology. Includes committee reports, Psychology Department records, and conference records.Topics: UB People
Collection (1955-1973) includes student papers, dissertations and exams; reprints and typescripts of articles by colleagues on perceptual and cognitive psychology; first draft of book Perception and Behavior; typescripts of articles; professional correspondence regarding search for chairman of Industrial Engineering at State University of New York at Buffalo, 1972.Topics: UB People
Notebook contains resolutions of the Dean’s Council and Committee on General Administration, covering 1936 to 1962, when the University of Buffalo was a private institution and prior to the 1962 merger with the State University of New York. The majority of the resolutions are by the General Administration Committee. For researchers, this collection offers a good index to policy and policy changes between 1936 and 1962. Acts cover buildings and campus planning, academic divisions, fraternities, tuition, and all other aspects of University administrative policies.Topics: University History Resources
Programs, invitations, brochures, and press coverage for events planned by the Office of Conferences and Special Events between the years 1981 and 1998.Topics: UB History, Publications, Student Life
Congregation Ahavath Sholem (Lovers of Peace) [Jefferson (Ave) Shul] Records, 1921-2012 (bulk 1921-1961, 1990-2012)
Collection includes a minute book, ephemera, and material relating to the religious and administrative and cultural activities of the synagogue also known as the Jefferson Shul. Materials relating to preservation campaigns includes clippings and reports.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Organizational papers documenting aspects of the congregational life of Congregation Kehilat Shalom. Materials include minutes, newsletters, programs, financial statements, video, ritual Judaica, and clippings.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Correspondence; manuscripts; galley proofs; and printed copies of critical studies of Swinburne and Joyce; also minutes and other records of university committees (University of Buffalo, State University of New York at Buffalo); and files on academic freedom (1962-1966).Topics: UB People
This collection consists of photographs of North and South Campus buildings and sites in various stages of construction.Topics: Photographs, University History Resources
1956 recording of interviews with architects Ernest Kump, Gordon Bunshaft, Eero Saarinen, Philip Johnson, Mies van der Rohe, Walter Gropius, and Richard J. Neutra, as collected and edited by John Peter.Topics: Design Archives, Audio/Visual collections
Papers include Albert Spaulding Cook's work as chairman of Department of English and member of the Poetry Committee, State University of New York at Buffalo.Topics: UB People
Collection includes minutes, publications, correspondence, artifacts, framed prints, memorabilia and photographs relating to the Coplon family's involvement in the Rosa Coplon (Jewish Old Folks) Home, Temple Beth El and Temple Beth Zion, and the personal records of David Hascal Coplon, Minnie Greene Coplon, Alva Coplon Barozzi, and the extended Coplon and Greene families.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
The collection includes records from the Office of Urban Affairs, Program in Applied Public Affairs Studies, the School of Social Work, Niagara Frontier Association for Sickle Cell Diseases, African-American Family Gathering Program, and other community or government based organizations, and Panels that addressed African-American concerns and issues both at the University at Buffalo and in the larger Buffalo community.
Includes press clippings, publications, correspondence, course materials, student records, speech transcripts, presentations, conference notes, research notes, department memos, community based organization by-laws, structure, and financial records. There are also University memos, awards, administrative records, and partnership records between various community based organizations and the University at Buffalo School of Social Work and Office of Urban Affairs.
Materials related to University at Buffalo campus construction between 1952 and 1959.Topics: University History Resources
The collection, Course Catalogs, 1955-1997, includes course catalogs, general advisement materials, course flyers, materials related to undergraduate degree minors and graduate school programs.Topics: Publications, University History Resources, Student Life
Materials include newsletters, notes, correspondence, and clippings related to the Graduate Student Employees Union. A small amount of material concerns the UB Graduate Student Association.Topics: Student Life, Social Activism, Education History
DaLuiso graduated from the UB School of Medicine in 1931 and was for many years chief of ophthalmology at Our Lady of Victory Hospital in Lackawanna. This collection consists of day-by-day class notes for his first two years in medical school.Topics: Student Life
Miscellaneous materials, 1963-1965, of the Student Senate Civil Rights Committee kept by Kim Darrow, student leader.Topics: Social Activism, Student Life
Includes papers on the Western New York Library Resources Council grant process and report, spreadsheets and papers produced during the digitization process.
Digital images of photographs, primarily 1904-1937, kept by the Martin Family, depicting the Darwin D. Martin house in Buffalo, New York, designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. These photographs illustrate the exterior, interior and grounds of the Martin House and the related structures, including the George Barton House. Included is an album showing the construction of the Martin House, July 23, 1904 to May 9, 1905; several views of the Martin House by Chicago photographer Henry Fuermann, some of which were used in an article about the house in the May 1908 Architectural Record; a series of portraits of Martin family members taken by Louise Mueller in 1912, which also show the interior of the house; and numerous family photographs. Also included are photographs of members of the Martin family and a few photographs showing the Martin family summer home "Graycliff" at Derby, New York. Later photographs show the house during the period of occupancy by Buffalo architect Sebastian Tauriello, circa 1954-1965, and during the occupancy of the house by State University of New York at Buffalo President Martin M. Meyerson, circa 1967-1970.
Digital images in Series II and III are searchable by keyword online in UB Libraries Digital Collections. Digital images in Series IV are available only on CD-ROM.
Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd
This collection contains the records of Charles R. Dawson, a prominent planning practitioner in the Western New York area who was responsible for many planning documents for local communities. Includes reports, court documents, correspondence, plans, maps, and other miscellaneous documents pertaining to Charles R. Dawson's individual consulting practice.Topics: Design Archives, Buffalo and WNY History
This collection contains Christopher Densmore’s personal papers, the majority of which are about archival practice and conferences. These papers include information on the SPINDEX II, an archival program Densmore helped develop during his time as a library assistant at Cornell University.Topics: UB People
Publications, manuscripts, coursework, and correspondence documenting the professional work of history professor Roger V. Des Forges.Topics: UB People
This collection consists of materials documenting David Diamond's activities in local government, Diamond's career at the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School and matters of personal interest to Diamond. The latter material includes regarding the Nuremberg trials following World War II and a transcript of a speech given by Diamond opposing the tactics of Senator Joseph McCarthy.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, UB People
The Colin G. Drury papers, 1963-2012 contain faculty papers, research reports and data, photographs, audiovisual material, and digital files. Included are copies and reprints of articles, book chapters, and encyclopedia entries written by Drury and his colleagues, drafts, presentations, publishing contracts, ergonomics reports, manuals, conference and meeting programs and itineraries, a small amount of scattered professional correspondence, notes, questionnaires, forms, plans, report drafts, experiment data, annotated articles, personal and research-related photographs, negatives, slides, and memorabilia. Digital files include files transferred to the University Archives on an internal computer hard drive. These files represent a sample of Colin Drury's professional work, research, and teaching from the early 1990s through 2012. The majority of the files are dated 1995-2010. The digital photo archive of the Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection Study Phase 2, October 2004-December 2005 is the largest group of files located in Sub-series B. Research and Data Sets.Topics: UB People, Digital Collections, Photographs
Collection consists of primarily published books and articles of Sir John Eccles including collected reprints of the State University of New York at Buffalo Laboratory of Neurobiology. Also includes a typescript of The Inhibitory Pathways of the Central Nervous System (1967), videotapes and tape recordings.Topics: UB People
Eckhert received his BA from the University of Buffalo in 1931 and his MD from the University of Buffalo in 1935. Papers of Kenneth Eckhert as the editor of The Bee, 1930-1931, and editor of the Medentian, 1932-1933; include later papers, 1941-1949 and 1954-1955, as the faculty advisor to the Medentian. Papers include correspondence; printed materials; news releases from the National Student Federation of America; and other material.Topics: Publications, Student Life
The records of the Ecumenical Task Force of the Niagara Frontier (ETF) document the organizing of a unified grassroots response to Love Canal, one of the nation's most significant environmental disasters. Records include administrative documents, correspondence, subject files, extensive resource libraries, habitability/environmental studies, litigation, and documentation on other local toxic waste sites.Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY, Love Canal, Digital Collections
Items were taken from a scrapbook: includes by-laws, newsletters, constitution, photos, publications, and other ephemera. Collection was transferred to Archives on disbound and heavily damaged scrapbook pages. Items were removed from pages and original order and description was maintained.Topics: Student Life; Photographs; Ephemera
Established in 1970 as an environmental information center primarily for the Western New York area, the Environmental Clearing House Organization collection was housed at the Buffalo Museum of Science and the Science and Engineering Library before being transferred to the University Archives in 1984. Included are newsletters, project files, correspondence, administrative records, and an extensive number of clippings. In 1979 the ECHO files were incorporated with those of the Environment and Energy Resource Center of Western New York.Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY
Ephemera including schedules, invitations, programs, medals, and other items from the departments of dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, chemistry, and law. Also includes general UB ephemera.Topics: University History Resources, Ephemera
Research collection of Ralph C. Epstein, Dean of the School of Business Administration from 1935 to 1947. Topics included are American Manufacturing and Industry, Unemployment Insurance Law, and the Rubber and Automobile trades.Topics: UB People
Ethos grew out of the Commuter Council Newsletter which began publication in 1968; Ethos was intended to reflect the philosophy of the student body and provide a more conservative alternative to the Spectrum. Files contain correspondence of the editors concerning management issues of a mostly financial nature such as advertising; marketing; contracts; overdue accounts; and other similar matters; also correspondence with contributors; officers of the student government; and political figures including Hubert Humphrey; Ted Kennedy; Jacob Javits; George McGovern; and Jack Kemp. In addition to correspondence, files include constitution; by-laws; budgets; news releases; forms; and other items.Topics: Publications, Student Life
The Willie Evans collection includes personal correspondence, awards, clippings and articles as early as 1957, pertaining to Evans' football career and the Buffalo Bulls, DVDs pertaining to Evans' career, the 1958 Lambert Cup story, the Buffalo Bulls' 2008 International Bowl game in Toronto, printed football materials, various photographs of Evans, some with 1958 Bulls teammates, football apparel, Evans' UB ID cards from 1957-1960, nametags, and miscellaneous items pertaining to Evans.Topics: Student Life
Papers of Raymond H. Ewell, professor of chemical engineering and vice president for research at University at Buffalo. Contains correspondence, reports, articles, and research notes, related to his professional work from the 1950s to mid 1970s, including his research on the USSR, India, and food/fertilizer production.
Original order maintained. Folders are grouped by Ewell's categories: accomplishments, Biology 246 course, conferences, National Science Foundation, Paris Institute, research notebooks, science policy, and USSR. Cartons 7 to 9, and portions of 6, contain unprocessed material.
Topics: UB People
General office files maintained in the Office of the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Letters.Topics: Education History
Records of the proceedings of the Faculty Senate's Ad-Hoc Committee on the ROTC program at the University at Buffalo.Topics: Campus Unrest
Papers as editor of the journal, Philosophy and Phenomological Research, 1940-1980. Correspondence file, primarily PPR and concerning the submission and review of articles as well as routine letters concerning subscription and circulation; also letters concerning the Philosophy Department and other university topics.Topics: UB People
Collection of materials from Marvin Farber, professor of philosophy and phenomenology. Includes correspondence, publications, notes, speeches, and course files.Topics: UB People
The personal papers of Dr. Leon E. Farhi, Professor of Physiology at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Consist of correspondence, subject files and a number reprints of his publications. Included in the correspondence are letters and memoranda to and from Professor Hermann Rahn. Also included are grant applications and documents regarding the New York State Center for Advanced Technology in Health-Care Instruments and Devices.Topics: UB People
Blank Feinberg oath and statements.
The Feinberg Law of 1949 amended both the State of New York Education and Civil Service Laws to contain provisions barring employment of persons by the state for subversive activity or background and made the public schools responsible for policing themselves against subversive employees. In 1953 the statute was extended to faculty members and other personnel of state operated institutions of higher education. The Board of Regents of the State University of New York established the signing of the Feinberg Certificate as a condition of employment in order to fulfill the requirements of the Feinberg Law.
The certificate states, among other things:
Anyone who is a member of the Communist Party or of any organization that advocates the violent overthrow of the Government of the United States or of the State of New York or any political subdivision thereof cannot be employed by the State University.
Arnold and Ruth Fernandez papers, document Temple Beth Zion’s Brotherhood’s and Sisterhood’s administrative and its members’ synagogue activities.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Collection of Leslie A. Fiedler, noted author, poet, and literary critic; includes handwritten manuscripts, typed drafts, printed page proofs, galley proofs, and correspondence relating to various books written earlier in his career including The Art of the Essay (1958); No! in Thumder (1960); The Second Stone (1963); The Last Jew in America (1966); and Return of the Vanishing American (1968).Topics: UB People
Invitations, clippings, event programs, and speech transcripts (incomplete) for the annual Millard Fillmore Commemoration event held at Fillmore's grave site in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Buffalo, New York. Coverage of speech transcripts is roughly 1960-2009.Topics: UB People, University History Resources,
Papers include correspondence, memoranda, notebooks, library catalog, and other documents regarding Millard Fillmore, the first Chancellor of the University of Buffalo and the thirteenth President of the United States.Topics: UB People
Personal papers documenting aspects of Jewish youth culture. Material includes programs, newspaper clippings, essays, invitations, and ephemera relating to Temple Beth El, Jewish Community Building, sororities and fraternities, Park School Buffalo, and Camp Kawagama in Ontario.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Papers of Robert S. Fisk, mainly concerning collective bargaining at the State University of New York (including at UB), but also broadly in higher education; Buffalo school desegregation; and courses he taught at the University at Buffalo. Also includes his research, reports, writings, and correspondence.
Some coverage of regional and state committees on education, including: Eastern Regional Institute for Education; New York State Citizens Committee for the Public Schools; Cooperative Development of Public School Administration Institute; as well as local and national conferences on education.
Carton 1, 1953-1973: New York State Citizens Committee for the Public Schools; Cooperative Development of Public School Administration; New York State Educational Research Association; New York State Education Department; conference reports and programs.
Carton 2, 1955-1970: UB Select Committee for Equal Opportunity; Eastern Regional Institute for Education; UB Education Department Phase Plan.
Carton 3, 1970-1975: UB courses; subject files a to z.
Carton 4, 1964-1977: collective bargaining; Rochester Study of Superintendents for Regents; Senate Professional Association.
Carton 5, 1963-1974: Bucklew chapter; Buffalo school desegregation; Center for Policy Studies; collective bargaining; international education and studies; Minority Faculty; Senate Professional Association.
Carton 6, 1970-1976: policy modules; research and reports; Senate Professional Association; SUNY Equal Opportunity Plan; SUNY/United; writings and publications.
This collection has been minimally processed. Privacy protected information (including but not limited to certain educational, medical, financial, criminal, attorney-client, and/or personnel records) may be revealed during use of archival collections, particularly in collections that are unprocessed or have been minimally processed. Researchers agree to make no notes or other recordation of privacy protected information if found within the archival collections, and further agree not to publish, publicize, or disclose such information to any other party for any purpose if found within the archival collections.Topics: Education History, UB People
Willis Bryan Fitch of Mooers, N.Y. was a member of the School of Pharmacy class of 1900. After graduation he worked as a pharmacist in Mooers. Collection consists of a holograph class lecture book (142 leaves) maintained by Willis Bryan Fitch as a student in the School of Pharmacy at the University of Buffalo.Topics: Student Life
Typescript of Engineering at the University of Buffalo: its history until the summer of 1959.Topics: UB People
Individual game programs for the UB Bulls football team. Information found in each program includes player and coach biographies, team rosters, schedules, records and history, and opponent information.Topics: Sports, Publications
Organizational papers documenting the early beginnings of the Foundation for Jewish Philanthropies forerunner, the development of Foundation for Jewish Philanthropies services, and samples of special projects developed within affiliated agencies.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
McCollum was quarterback and captain of the University of Buffalo 1919 football team, and graduate of the UB Dental School, Class of 1922. Scrapbook, 1918-1919, kept by Frank McCollum includes clippings from local newspapers for games played in the 1918 and 1919 seasons; also programs from a 1919 reception sponsored by the Dental School Class of 1922 in honor of the Class of 1921; and a program for the 1919 annual banquet of Xi Psi Phi, a dental fraternity.Topics: Sports, Student Life
Series I to V contain looseleaf reference books with narratives, photographs and clippings. With the exception of the file of clippings on the Darwin D. Martin House, Graycliff, and other Frank Lloyd Wright articles, which is maintained by the University Archives, these volumes have not been updated. They are primarily useful for documenting the furnishing of the Darwin D. Martin House during the period it was used as the residence of President and Mrs. Martin M. Meyerson. Series VI contains miscellaneous items including among other things: a transcript of a diary kept by Darwin D. Martin [copy also in MS 22.6]; copies of architectural drawings held at the Getty Museum on the Darwin D. Martin House; color slides of the Darwin D. Martin House, Graycliff, Larkin Administration Building; a historic registry application for the Darwin D. Martin House; a 1938 engineering report on Graycliff, memorabilia, and essays.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd
LP recording of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, interviewed in 1956 by Ben Raeburn (Horizon Press); Marianne Mantell and Barbara Holdridge (Caedmon Records). The recording is nearly 2 hours in length.Topics: Design Archives, Audio/Visual collections, Wright, Frank Lloyd
Professional writings and research from lawyer, professor, legal advisor, and philosopher, Mitchell Franklin who was well known for his work in Contracts, Roman, and International Laws.Topics: UB People
Collection includes personal papers documenting the personal and career life of local politician and lawyer, Frank E. Freedman, from Buffalo, New York. Materials include personal photographs, autographed mementoes, art sketch, newspaper clippings, ephemera, and other material relating to his interests in show business.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Materials related to the tenure of Maryann S. Freedman as president of the Erie County Bar Association and as president of the New York State Bar Association. The collection includes correspondence, memos, policy notes, promotional materials, meeting minutes, financial records, committee notes and agendas, and other related materials.Topics: Women's History in WNY
Collection of Edgar Zodiag Friedenberg (professor of Sociology and Education), 1935-1976. Includes personal and professional correspondence and manuscripts of his articles, book reviews and books.Topics: Education History, UB People
Papers includes correspondence, committee reports, and minutes regarding the reorganization of the university, university governance, and student dissatisfaction and protests during Friend's tenure as Faculty Advisor and Executive Assistant to the President of the State University of New York at Buffalo. Papers also contain materials regarding his teaching duties.Topics: Campus Unrest, UB People
Collection contains the records of the Friends of the Darwin D. Martin House, including earlier correspondence and documents of the Office of the President of the State University of New York at Buffalo and the UB Alumni Association concerning efforts to preserve and restore the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York. Includes correspondence with Edgar Tafel, a former Wright apprentice, on the plans for restoration of the house.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd
On July 3, 1963, President Furnas wrote a memo expressing his personal thoughts and opinions about the size and growth potential of the (then present) Main Street campus. He suggested either a split campus site or an entirely new site. At the UB Fall Conference, September 19-20, 1963, John A. Beane brought the problem and possible solutions before the faculty and administration.
On October 7, 1963, Claude Puffer wrote a report entitled, “Should We Consider a New Campus?” and in November presented an “Alternate Master Plan for SUNYAB.”
By this time, the campus community was becoming interested in the future of the University. Furnas called a Campus Location Discussion on December 23, 1963. At that time, information about the present campus and alternate future sites or additions were discussed. Furnas appointed the Campus-Site Study Task Groups and provided them with statistics and other information.
On January 10, 1964, Furnas presented a memo with approximate reactions and preferences of the Campus-Site Study Task Groups. Then, on January 15, he sent each Task Group a copy of his recommendations to SUNY on the Buffalo Campus site(s). By late January and early February, each committee had reacted with approvals, corrections, additions, and suggestions.
Furnas wrote a “Recapitulation of Site-Selection Arguments” on February 3, 1964.
The collection includes 3 copies (in most cases) of reports and memos exchanged during the period July 3, 1963 to February 3, 1964. See less
Institutional greetings from universities sent to Clifford C. Furnas upon his inauguration as 9th chancellor of the University of Buffalo. Universities consist of University of Oregon, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Knox College, University of Minnesota, and Harvard College.Topics: UB People
Collection includes records documenting the creation of the Clifford C. Furnas Memorial Room in Room 531 of Capen Hall at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York and the Memorial Exhibit in the University Archives, and nearly 900 pieces of memorabilia. Note: Location guide for the memorabilia is in Box/Folder 47.1.Topics: UB People, University History Resources
Collection contains personal papers, memorabilia, publications, clippings, scrapbooks, and photographs from the professional and family life of Clifford C. Furnas mostly collected and arranged by his wife, Sparkle Moore Furnas.
Furnas, a chemical engineer, metallurgist, aviator researcher, and Olympic athlete, was the University's ninth chief executive, holding the position of Chancellor from 1954 until 1962 when the University merged with the State University of New York and his title changed to President (1962-1966).Topics: UB People, Digital Collections
Records (mainly photocopies) of President Clifford Furnas concerning the University of Buffalo and State University of New York merger in 1962. Much of the records contain statistics of the twenty years leading up to the UB-SUNY merger, and include budgets, enrollment (including some with breakdowns by program and gender), faculty, research, and building construction. Additional narratives give historical context and significant overview of the University of Buffalo at the time of the merger and the immediate years prior, as well as alternate paths in lieu of the merger.Topics: UB People, University History Resources
Collection contains personal papers, memorabilia, publications, clippings, scrapbooks, and photographs from the professional and family life of Sparkle Moore Furnas, wife of University of Buffalo Chancellor Clifford C. Furnas. Notable are the Moore, Brunes, and Furnas genealogies, Spray and Furnas family photographs, teaching materials on nutrition, and the extensive collection of travel materials from the 20th century.Topics: UB People
Gaier was a professor in the Department of Psychology. Collection contains typescripts of published articles, book reviews, papers read at scholarly meetings, and miscellaneous research progress reports.Topics: UB People
Papers include correspondence with colleagues, counsel Richard Lipsitz, the A.A.U.P., the SUNY administration in Buffalo and Albany, and fellow Quakers regarding the Feinberg Certificate issue at SUNY at Buffalo and the resulting court case, Keyishian et al. vs. the New York State Board of Regents et al., in which Garver was a plaintiff, and clippings concerning the case. Also, other documents that relate to Quaker meetings held in Buffalo and in New York State.Topics: UB People
Gearing (Frederick O.) Center for the Study of Cultural Transmission and Project in Ethnography in Education Records, 1971-1980
Collection of materials from Frederick Osmond Gearing, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology. Includes publications relating to the Project in Ethnography and Education and the Center for the Study of Cultural Transmission, as well as extensive correspondence files, research materials, and notes.Topics: UB People
The papers of Professor Gehman include material relating to his activities in University of Buffalo organizations such as Phi Beta Kappa (1934-1961), AAUP (American Association of University Professors; 1932-1933, 1936), the Faculty Advisory Committee (1948-1961), and the Special Committee to Recommend a Chancellor (1948-1950). The papers also contain information about Sigma Xi, a scientific honorary society, (1934-1961) and the School of Mathematics Study Group (1958-1968). Additional material includes information on Wartime training at the University of Buffalo (1933, 1940-1945), the International Education Project (1954-1955) as well as campus maps, music, and clippings.Topics: Education History, UB People
Personal papers documenting aspects of Jewish community in Buffalo and Niagara Falls collected by Charlotte E. Gendler. Material includes minutes, newsletters, programs, photographs, and newspaper clippings relating to Temple Beth David-Ner Israel and other institutions.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
This collection contains the family papers and professional materials of Georgia Burnette. The family papers includes materials and photographs of Burnette family reunions. The professional materials include Georgia Burnette's published articles on family reunions, health, travel, and African American veterans.Topics: Women's History in WNY, Buffalo and WNY History
Papers include correspondence (1973-1989), materials related to the WBFO Buffalo Social History Project (1978), visit of Khalid Muhammad of the Nation of Islam in 1994, and protesting the presentation of honorary degree to Roald Dahl (1989).Topics: UB People, Social Activism
Political articles, pamphlet, and broadsides, relating to 1970s radicalism and the National Caucus of Labor Committees.
Includes a leaflet on Professor Paul Kurtz; photocopy of letter to the Editor of The Spectrum (UB student newspaper); broadside concerning the UB Labor Committee; photocopy of 1973 article from Ethos on the Labor Committee; and "Brownshirts of the Seventies," a booklet published by the National Caucus of Labor Committees.
The papers of Marjorie Girth the first female law professor at the State University of New York at Buffalo who taught from 1971-1991 and served on many law and community organizations in Buffalo, N.Y., New York State, and nationally with the American Bar Association, especially dealing with women's issues, commercial and bankruptcy law.Topics: UB People, Women's History in WNY
Copies of Lyrics and Meditations (1925); Kallirrhoe (1896); and The Summons of the King (1911); also includes a biographical sketch.Topics: UB People
Includes collected and created photographs, slides, commemorative booklet and research paper relating to the activities of Temple Beth El, Niagara Falls, and Jewish community life in Niagara Falls.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Materials in this collection were part of a class project on the impact of Brown vs. the Board of Education in Buffalo, New York. The class was taught by Ron Goodenow, professor in the Social Foundations department.
Items concern desegregation in Buffalo in the twenty years following the Brown vs. Board of Ed decision. Contains clippings, and copies of legal documents.
Personal papers documenting the personal and career life of local communal leader, Muriel Markel Goodman. Materials include speeches, newspaper clippings, media, and other material relating to her volunteer service and professional careers in the Jewish community within several organizations. Materials relating to the Markel family are also included.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Gorbaty graduated with the Class of 1942 at the University of Buffalo. Textbooks, 1942, used at the University of Buffalo for sociology, economics and history.Topics: Student Life
Graduate School of Education newsletter, 1992-present contains published issues of the University at Buffalo's Graduate School of Education's newsletter.Topics: Publications, Digital Collections
This collection consists of records from the Graduate School. The records include files on committees, centers, the Nuclear Science and Technology Facility, graduate program evaluations and correspondence.Topics: Education History
These files are complete as possessed by the Graduate Student Association when they were released to the Archives. Financial Records for clubs, bills, treasurer's memos, budgets; also data on student fees, athletic fees, scholarships. Chairmen of the GSA and others generated correspondence with administrative officers of the University on many topics; for example, with Robert O'Neill, Executive Assistant to President Meyerson. Some correspondence documents the drive toward participation in university governance, through the Committee on Institutional Funding, Student Behavior, the Faculty Senate Committee on Student Affairs, the Grading and Ranking Committee, the Graduate Dean Search Committee, and the 1970 Presidential Search Committee. Minutes exist for the Student Seante, GSA Executive Council, the 1970 Collegiate Assembly. Academic Plans were collected from every faculty under President Martin Meyerson, and President Furnas's Task Force on University Policy. Documentation of events include recruitment on campus by Dow Chem Corp. and the CIA, the 1964 site visit by HUAC, the student strike of 1969. Papers collected pertain to local civil rights organizations (by the Center for the Study of Racism), the draft, Themis, and others. Speakers and symposia sponsored included Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Dr. Benjamin Spock. "America in Crisis, 1968", featured Tom Hayden, Howard Zinn, Carl Oglesby, and John Gerassi.Topics: Campus Unrest, Social Activism, Student Life
Records of the Graduate Students Association of the State University of New York at Buffalo concerning the Graduate School; Graduate Student Employees Union (GSEU); Student Association of the State University (SASU); National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education; and other bodies. Topics covered include collective bargaining; grievance procedures; state support for higher education; lobbying; student rights; and student services.
Records include correspondence of GSA officers; reports; position papers; minutes; leaflets; notes; budget working papers; and other items. Folders titled "GSA Grievances, 1972-1975" are restricted; consult archivist.Topics: Student Life
The Graduate Student Employees Union (GSEU) was organized during the Spring and Summer of 1974, partially in response to cuts in the SUNY budget the previous year. Its purpose was to promote the best interests of students and education at the State University of New York at Buffalo. The union ceased functioning in 1978. Records of GSEU documenting the history of the union from its inception (1974) through the strike referendum in the Spring of 1977 including newsletters; leaflets; minutes; agendas; membership lists; correspondence; and other materials; also publications from graduate students at other institutions; other unions; and printed material from the 1974 convention of the American Federation of Teachers.Topics: Education History, Student Life, Social Activism
Printed matter and memorabilia relating to the Pan-American Exposition held at Buffalo, New York in 1901. The materials were collected by Kerry S. Grant and donated to the University Archives in 2004 and 2005. The collection includes programs, picture books, magazines, maps, and various ephemera.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History
Construction photographs for Graycliff, the summer home of the Darwin D. Martin family which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd, Digital Collections
Minutes of the Graduate School Executive Committee (1965-1967); and minutes of the Division of Physical Sciences and Engineering (1966-1967) kept by Greaney.Topics: UB People
A collection of materials including programs, announcements, correspondence and newspaper clippings about the Greater Buffalo Youth Orchestra and the Community Music School of Buffalo.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Education History
Records of memorials, convocations, anniversary celebrations, and fund campaigns held by the University. The majority of files concern the 1951-1952 Development Campaign, including the 1951 Niagara Frontier Convocation. This material is arranged chronologically and includes minutes, memoranda, lists of committee members and participants, diagrams of organizational structure, printed pamphlets, and other materials.Topics: University History Resources
Materials collected by B. Gwendolyn Greene on the Buffalo Urban League and William L. Evans. Evans was Executive Director of the Buffalo Urban League from 1927-1963.
Collection includes clippings, photographs, event programs, and articles.Topics: Social Activism, Buffalo and WNY History, Women's History in WNY
This collection contains the Speeches and remarks of Carol M. Greiner, wife of University at Buffalo President William R. Greiner. These were given at various dinners, receptions and annual university events.Topics: UB People
The William R. Greiner collection is comprised of five distinct collections, each described in its own series: 4/13/819, New York State resolution on the death of William R. Greiner; 4/13/966, William R. Greiner inaugural letters; 4/13/1106, William R. Greiner Renmin Law School mementos; 4/13/1143, William R. Greiner speeches and remarks; and 4/13/1249, William R. Greiner Kente graduation stoles.Topics: UB People, University History Resources
Photographs, 1990-2005, of William R. Greiner as Provost and President of the State University of New York at Buffalo and other university events, arranged chronologically, showing Greiner and other participating in university commencements, dinners, dedications, meetings and other events. Of particular interest is coverage of the World University Games (WUGS), and Distinguished Speakers such as Bill Moyer, George H. Bush, John Glenn, Ken Burns, and Colin Powell.
Publications prepared for high school guidance counselors and principals about educational opportunities at the University of Buffalo.Topics: Education History, Publications
Personal papers of Dr. Robert Guthrie, who is widely recognized for the development of simple screening tests that detect phenylketonuria (PKU) and other inherited metabolic diseases in newborn infants. The collection includes publicity clippings, reprints of publications, subject files, correspondence, newborn screening program tests, PKU collaborative labs, lab reports, grant files.Topics: UB People
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America Niagara Falls Chapter Records, 1953-2012 (bulk 1953-1989)
The records of the Niagara Falls chapter of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, document both organizational and individual activities.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Halpern was a lawyer, New York State Supreme Court judge, and member of the faculty of the University of Buffalo Law School (Acting Dean, 1943-1946 and 1952-1954; and Dean, 1946-1947). Papers concerning Halpern's activities as an elected delegate to the New York State Constitutional Convention in 1938. Includes notes; correspondence with lawyers, judges, and interest groups; position papers; drafts of bills and resolutions; printed materials; and other items.Topics: UB People
These are the personal papers documenting a segment of the life of local communal leader, Ralph L. Halpern. Materials include speeches, and other material relating to his volunteer service in the Jewish community.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Personal papers documenting aspects of the final few years of an independent Temple Sinai, and merger talks with Temple Beth Am, to form a new combined Reform and Reconstructionist congregation, Congregation Shir Shalom.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Student handbooks and manuals for various schools; undergraduates and graduates; and faculty and staff.Topics: Publications, Student Life
Collection contains materials collected by Dr. Fred F. Harcleroad on student unrest in colleges and universities during the 1960s and early 1970s concerning the attitudes of the public and students during the unrest period on racial riots, university and high school governance, students' academic freedom and their role in university administration, the Vietnam War and political issues during the Nixon administration. Included are newspaper clippings, magazines (U.S. News and World Report, Harpers, News Week), magazine articles, pamphlets, newsletters, speeches, "speech materials", interoffice memos, minutes and papers from conferences, catalogs, and unpublished essays.Topics: Campus Unrest
Daphne Joan Kean Hare was on the faculty of the departments of Medicine and Biophysical Sciences in the School of Medicine and Biophysical Sciences at the State University of New York at Buffalo before serving as director of the Medical/Dental Division of the United States Veterans Administration. Bound memorial volume (174 leaves) compiled by Peter H. Hare. Contains texts of tributes made by family and friends at a memorial celebration of the life of Daphne Hare or sent in remembrance of her. Includes photograph (8 x 11) bound in volume.Topics: UB People
Papers as member of the State University of New York at Buffalo President's Committee on the Recruitment and Promotion of Women, including minutes, correspondence, and reports; also correspondence with Tom Toles regarding his talk, The Secret of Life, given at UB, 10/16/1987; and materials relating to Hare and Prof. Edward Madden documenting their professional and personal association from 1968-1999.Topics: UB People
Bound volume (148 leaves) containing tributes, photocopies of correspondence, news clippings, photographs, and other material related to the career of Peter H. Hare, Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York at Buffalo.Topics: UB People
The Harry Keyishian papers consist primarily of correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to Harry Keyishian's refusal to sign the so-called "Feinberg Oath," a disclaimer of Communist Party membership required by the State of New York Education and Civil Service Law, and the resultant legal battle. Keyishian joined with four other employees of the State University of New York at Buffalo to challenge the Feinberg law. Keyishian vs. the New York Board of Regents was settled by the US Supreme Court in 1967.
The correspondence in this collection is both contemporary and retrospective to the Keyishian vs. Board of Regents case. Contemporary correspondence includes correspondence with Keyishian's co-litigant Ralph Maud, national and local officials of the American Association of University Professors, administrators of the University at Buffalo, and Richard Lipsitz, Sr., lawyer of the "Keyishian" case. An unsigned Oath of Office pledge card and statement are attached to the June 13, 1966 letter from Myles Slatin, Acting Dean of the University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences.
The newspaper clippings include coverage from the 1950s of faculty dismissals from Keyishian's alma mater, Queens College. Other newspaper clippings are both contemporary and retrospective to the Keyishian vs. Board of Regents case.
Personal and professional papers of Herbert Hauptman, Nobel Laureate, University at Buffalo faculty, and former research director and president of the Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute, Inc.Topics: UB People
Brigadier General Edmund B. Hayes (1849-1923) was an engineer and businessman who built bridges and manufactured automobiles. He was a member of the University Council from 1920 to 1923. Hayes Hall on the South Campus is named for him. The collection consists of three documents pertaining to Hayes' service in the New York State Militia: certificate of honorable discharge with the rank of Major, April 22, 1884; commission as Chief Engineer, State of New York, with the rank of Brigadier General, Jan. 1, 1895; and a certificate of honorable discharge with rank of Brigadier General, Dec. 31, 1896.Topics: UB People
Digital reproductions of the original 45 rpm recording of the Hayes Hall Blues made by Michael H. Frisch and Charles Keil in April 1970. The disc includes a copy of the lyrics in DOC, PDF and HTML formats. The recording is in both music audio CD and CD-ROM data formats.
The disc also includes two versions of the UB alma mater, unrelated to the Hayes Hall Blues.Topics: Campus Unrest, University History Resources, Audio/Visual collections
Collection includes Haynie's correspondence, teaching files, publications, and information on political, social, and environmental activism.Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY, UB People, Social Activism, Campus Unrest
Health Impact, 2006-present contains published issues of Health Impact, the official publication of the University at Buffalo School of Public Health and Health Professions.Topics: Publications
Annotated history of the School of Health Related Professions by Mildred Heap.Topics: UB People
Organizational papers documenting aspects of the work and history of the Hebrew Benevolent Loan Association originally known as Gemilut Chasidim [Acts of Loving Kindness] and its work in the development of the Buffalo Jewish community through interest free loans.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Photograph albums of Ruth V. Hewlett and Theodosia Stickney [née Hewlett], graduates and lifelong donors of the University at Buffalo. Also includes photograph albums belonging to their older sister, Josephine Hewlett, an alumni of the School of Social Work at the University at Buffalo.Topics: Women's History in WNY
The records of Hillel of Buffalo, the center of Jewish life on campus, documents organizational, religious, and cultural activities of students in the greater Buffalo area.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Historic American Building survey drawings, Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo, New York, 1987
Collection contains architectural drawings of the Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo, New York, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1904. Drawings were done for the Historic American Buildings Survey of the United States National Park Service by a team of students at the State University of New York at Buffalo: John J. Joseph, Patrick Mahoney, Robert Hayes, Kenneth Grudens, Michael Vaughan, Mark Pustulka, Ronald Kessler, Kim Lam, Steven Koy, Jonathan Morris, Robert Kasprzak, Frank J. Burkhart, and Mark Schryver. The students were advised by Assistant Professor Mark Ernst and Martin House Curator John D. O'Hern.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd
Historic Headlines newspaper collection consists of newspapers from the dates of historic events significant to Buffalo, New York, and the United States.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Ephemera, Publications
Papers of Lauren Hitchcock as chairman of the Technical Advisory Committee on Air Pollution of the Erie County Health Department and Director of Ecology and Environment, Inc.Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY, UB People
Papers of Norman N. Holland, professor of English. Includes documentation on the Faculty 45 protest, Leslie Fiedler arrest, 1967 Festival of the Arts, and letter to President Robert Ketter regarding a reorganization of the academic administration.Topics: UB People
Papers documenting aspects of the work of the Holocaust Resource Center, and predecessor committees associated with the Jewish Federation. An additional series documents refugee aid, and the Haven-Buffalo Jewish Club 1933, a German-Jewish Refugee social club formed in 1933.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Papers document technical services librarian Judith Hopkins' university studies and career from 1956 to 2004. The collection includes research and writings, committee materials, manuals written by Judith Hopkins, and materials related to her time at the Ohio College Library Center, now called the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC).Topics: UB People
Collection consists of minutes and reports regarding the separation of the Department of History and Government at the University of Buffalo into two departments in 1962; a history of the Department of History, 1948-1967, covering Horton's tenure as chairman; and programs of the local Phi Beta Kappa chapter, 1938-1952 (incomplete), with a history of the chapter by Horton. Also included are materials concerning Horton's active involvement with the Niagara Frontier Defense Committee (1940-1941) and a genealogy of the Horton family.Topics: UB People
Collection of materials from George F. Hourani, professor of Philosophy, specializing in Near Eastern History and Islamic philosophy. Includes correspondence, teachings, writings, Middle Eastern Studies research, and departmental files from both the University of Michigan and the University at Buffalo.Topics: UB People
Leaflets issued in opposition to hearings of the House Committee on Un-American Activities Committee held in Buffalo, New York in 1964. Signed by the Niagara Frontier Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights; Buffalo Committee to Oppose HUAC; Buffalo Labor Action; Paul Sporn; Joe Prantis; Max Berman; Jay Berman; Rachel Wolkenstien; and Richard Alexander. Collection contains leaflets, booklets, and other ephemera (15 items); four items are photocopies; the rest are originals.Topics: Social Activism, Buffalo and WNY History
The William S. Huff collection on Louis I. Kahn contains a complete set of drawings for the Tribune Review Publishing Company building in Greensburg, Pennsylvania and drawings for the Margaret Esherick House in Philadelphia. Also included are an extensive collection of newspaper clippings and periodical articles about Kahn, photographs and slides of other buildings designed by Kahn (Salk Institute for Biological Studies, Yale University Art Gallery addition, Yale Center for British Art, Carborundum Company Warehouse and Office, and First Unitarian Church and Community Center, Rochester, New York), correspondence with Kahn, correspondence with others about Kahn's work, and correspondence with Kahn's widow Esther Israeli Kahn and others pertaining to passage of legislation by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to purchase Kahn's papers. There are also numerous small, original works by Kahn, and ephemera. Transcripts of interviews by Alvaro Malo on four of Kahn's buildings--Yale Center for British Art, Kimbell Art Museum, Phillips Exeter Library, and Salk Institute for Biological Studies--and books about Kahn and his work are also included.
Topics: Design Archives, Digital Collections
The Hochschule fur Gestaltung (HfG) material covers the range of the HfG's fourteen academic years and later accomplishment of many of the school faculty and a number of its students. When the HfG abruptly closed in 1968, a number of persons had the presence of mind to box documents and artifacts and to deposit them in a storehouse of the Ulmer Museum, which is part of the Cultural mandate of the City of Ulm, one of three governmental funders of the HfG. Eventually, the City of Ulm established the HfG-Archiv as part of the City Archive. This, of course, is the prime depository of the archaeology of the HfG and is expected to remain so. Because of the nature of the base of the HfG-Archiv collection, there is the possibility that the Huff papers include items that the HfG-Archiv does not have. For one, the HfG-Archiv does not have original pedagogic notes and aquarelle charts on the theory of color that were written expressly for Huff by Bauhausler and HfGer teacher, Helene Nonne-Schmidt.Topics: Design Archives
This collection contains compilations of first year Department of Architecture architectural design assignments, 1975-1986, and course records, project assignments, and student lists, 1975-1987; sketch model for a wood construction problem and prototype for a toy problem from first year architecture design studio; documentation and slides on all departmental, all day sketch problems, 1980 (William S. Huff, Richard C. Cordts, and Alvaro Malo were principal faculty members); designs and writings by Richard C. Cordts, and A. J. C. Wilson; poster and postcard announcement for ArtSpace (Buffalo, March 8-April 6, 1986); poster of Max Bill exhibition (Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1974); "Book one: The Background: programming for a new experimental school of design" (1985). Included are files of the periodicals Perspecta: the Yale architectural journal and Oppositions: a journal for ideas and criticism in architecture, and Papers of the American Association of Architectural Bibliographers.Topics: Design Archives, UB People
Papers of Jacob D. Hyman, lawyer and Dean of the University of Buffalo Law School, 1953-1964. Includes papers relating to Hyman's activities with the Citizen's Council on Human Relations and related civil rights activities in the Buffalo area.Topics: UB People, Social Activism
Papers of Jacob Hyman as member of various UB and Buffalo committees including Committee on Revision of Buffalo City Charter, Community Welfare Council, and Fact-finding Board. Collection includes documents regarding wage negotiations of Buffalo police; Black Muslim litigation; development of Buffalo Affirmative Action Plan for Amherst Campus Construction; and University governance.Topics: UB People, Social Activism
The collection contains correspondence, course files, and class registers of Dr. Georg G. Iggers. The bulk of the material dates from his time at the University at Buffalo. Series I contains correspondence from the years 1955-1984 (bulk 1967-1984). Series II consists of correspondence between the years 1985-2007 (bulk 1985-1999). The correspondence includes letters from graduate students, professional colleagues, publishers, and organizations, filed alphabetically by name of correspondent or subject (e.g. Philander Smith College or Grants). It also includes both incoming letters and carbon copies or handwritten drafts of letters by Iggers. Folders labeled “Annual Report (family)” contain Iggers family newsletters. Series III consists of course files and class registers from the years 1959-1998Topics: UB People
Papers documenting aspects of the Jewish community in Buffalo and Niagara Falls through family and organizational donations.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Records held by former University at Buffalo professor, Anna Kay France, as related to her involvement in the 1st International Women Playwrights Conference (IWPC) held at the University at Buffalo, October 14-23, 1988. Includes correspondence with national and international playwrights, session transcripts, and papers from the International Center for Women Playwrights.Topics: UB People, Women's History in WNY
Five original sketches by J. B. Toomey for the 1920 and 1921 University of Buffalo student yearbook, the Iris, plus the printed versions of four of the sketches. Some sketches dated 1919.Topics: Publications, Student Life
The Iris was the first general student yearbook. The Iris was published from 1898-1907 and 1920-1932. It was succeeded by the Buffalonian yearbook.Topics: Publications, Student Life, Digital Collections
Irwin gradated with the Class of 1939 from Arts and Sciences. Photographs, 1937-1939, kept by Bertha Nax Irwin, of student life at the University of Buffalo, including members and activities of Cap and Gown, Phi Psi, the Men's and Women's Glee Clubs, and graduation.Topics: Photographs, Student Life
Dies for stationery and placecards, and samples, of the University at Buffalo seal designed by Ivan Chermayeff, in use from 1967 to 1982.Topics: Design Archives
Documents, minutes, reports, newspapers, student papers on press coverage and community response to the University of Buffalo campus unrest in 1969 and 1970. Also includes, "UB Disorders"- audio tapes, March-April 1970. Audio tape portrayal of the administrative and student unrest at the University of Buffalo (March-April 1970). Including television news broadcasts and interviews, WBFO radio reports, student interviews with administration, faculty senate meetings and strike convocation. The bulk of the taped material addresses the ROTC issue; acting president, Peter Regan; police on campus, and the Faculty 45. Professor Jackson compiled the tapes and makes brief commentaries throughout several of the live sessions.Topics: Campus Unrest, UB People
Papers of Bruce Jackson, Samuel P. Capen Professor of American Culture and State University of New York Distinguished Professor of English. Included are manuscripts, working copies, drafts, notes, related correspondence, and tape transcripts for three of Jackson's published works: The Negro and His Folklore, Thief's Primer, In the Life; Versions of the Criminal Experience, and Wake Up Dead Man: Hard Labor and Southern Blues.Topics: UB People, Social Activism
A collection of VHS recordings pertaining to astronaut Gregory B. Jarvis, who was on the Challenger mission in 1986.Topics: UB People, Audio/Visual collections
The David G. Jay papers, 1972-1995, consist of files maintained by Richard F. Griffin and David G. Jay, attorneys for the plaintiffs in the Buffalo School desegregation case, from 1972 through 1995. The files include papers submitted to the court, orders of the court, hearing exhibits, transcripts of hearings and depositions, plaintiffs' notes and analyses of Board data and proposals, plaintiffs' correspondence, Board of Education proposals, reports and data, and press clippings. Related materials are located in the Citizens Council for Human Relations, Inc. (CCHR) files and the files of the Citizens Commission on School Desegregation housed in the University Archives, permanent records filed in federal court, records maintained by the Buffalo Branch of the NAACP, and records maintained by the other parties to the suit.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Education History
Jewish Archives of Greater Buffalo, Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo Records, 1902-1979 (bulk 1930-1975)
The Records of the Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo in the Jewish Archives of Greater Buffalo. Included are the records of constituent agencies and member organizations of the Federation such as, the Bureau of Jewish Education, Jewish Family Services, the Jewish Community Center, Kadimah School of Buffalo, and the Rose Coplon Home. Records include minutes, committee reports, publications, correspondence, yearbooks, scrapbooks, and photographs.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives; Digital Collections
Records of the Local Jewish Community in the Jewish Archives of Greater Buffalo include cemetery records, local temple and shul records, and Jewish organizations. Also included are material pertaining to deported persons and refugee matters, and the papers of Max M. Yellen and Dr. Gerhard J. Falk and Dr. Ursula A. Falk.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
The Papers of Prominent Local Jews in the Jewish Archives of Greater Buffalo include the papers of Donald S. Day, Dorothy Goldberg, Bernard Mandelkern, Morton Merowitz, Haskell Penn, and Milton Plesur as well as oral history interviews with other notable persons. Included in the collection are committee reports, correspondence, photographs, and citizenship records.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Selig Adler Collection in the Jewish Archives of Greater Buffalo consists of Adler's published articles as well as those of colleagues and friends. Includes biographical information on Adler and his family as well as his notes and lecture materials on Jewish and American history.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Synagogue Records of the Jewish Archives of Greater Buffalo. Records of Congregation B'rith Sholem (Pine Street Shul) and Temple Sinai include account books, record books, receipt and memo pads, photographs, deeds, correspondence, committee minutes, and bulletins.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
The collection of Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Greater Buffalo and Summer Camps Records contains a wide range of material, dominated by photographs and program-related materials for the JCC, Camp Lakeland and Camp Centerland. Also, contains correspondence, reports, publications, newsletters, and handwritten documents. An additional three other collections are included: annual Jewish community book fair records; Jewish Film Festival and Jewish Repertory Theatre records.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Records of the Jewish Federation and, because of the Federation's encompassing nature, the some records from affiliated and supported institutions. Local case files on Soviet Jewish immigration created by Jewish Family Service are included. The collection includes a file of the Jewish Federation's newsletter, Federation News.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
The Jewish Federation of Niagara Falls administrative records including minutes, committee reports, publications, correspondence, yearbooks, scrapbooks, and photographs. Records of the Rosa Coplon Home are also included.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Personal and organizational papers documenting aspects of Jewish community in Buffalo collected and created by Jane Fischman, Renata Lefcourt, and Muriel Selling. Material includes newspaper clippings, newsletters, a scrapbook, displays and photographs.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Contains issues of the Jewish Journal of Western New York from March 2013 to the present.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Scrapbooks documenting aspects of the work of the Jewish Liberal Arts Club, a Jewish social and philanthropic women's club.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Newsletters from the Department of Jewish Thought.Topics: Publications, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Papers consist of drafts, working copies, and published editions of two chemistry manuals for nursing students written by Grace Keller Jones. The first manual, Chemistry Experiments for Nursing Students was written for use in course Nursing 121-122 (Chemistry), a course taught by Jones at the University of Buffalo. The second manual, Experimental Chemistry for Student Nurses was written for use as a chemistry laboratory manual for student nurses. Also included is correspondence between Jones and her publisher and lithographer for her first publication.Topics: UB People
Papers of Oliver Perry Jones, distinguished professor of Anatomy, include lectures, publications, and students' anomaly reports. Also includes correspondence, clippings, reports, lectures, photographs, and other materials associated with various organizations in the professional fields of Anatomy and Hematology.Topics: UB People
Diaries kept by George Washington [William?] Jonson [Johnson](1801-1880), a Buffalo, New York, lawyer, associate of Millard Fillmore, land agent and abolitionist.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism
The June 4 Memorial Fund was an independent, non-profit student/faculty organization initiated in 1989 to promote human rights for all Chinese people.Topics: Social Activism
The records of the Junior League of Buffalo. Includes scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, member directories, photographs, newsletters, correspondence, and ephemera.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Women's History in WNY
The Kadimah School of Buffalo Records describe the governance and activities of the school between 1959 and 2010 as well as pre-opening materials from 1958. The bulk of the material dates from between 1957 to 1989. The collection contains minutes and administrative papers, budgets, student and faculty related materials, publications and publicity materials.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Papers of Arthur Kaiser on the Faculty of Educational Studies and its predecessor, the School of Education containing printed or mimeographed minutes, memoranda, reports, and other items, some with brief notes by Dr. Kaiser. Also includes general files on the Office of Admissions and Records and various university committees and events and a 1929 report on the School of Fine Arts, later known as the Albright Art School.Topics: Education History, UB People
Personal papers documenting aspects of the Women's Activity Group of the Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo and the Education Department. Material includes minutes, programs, photographs and newspaper clippings relating to several conferences and special events aimed towards women.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
This collection contains posters, DVDs, and videos from performances at the Katharine Cornell and Sidney B. Pfeifer Theatres.Topics: Audio/Visual collections, Ephemera
Collection of materials from Charles Keil, ethnomusicologist and professor of American Studies. Includes his teachings, publications, political activism, resource material, and his work in the University at Buffalo American Studies, Music, and Anthropology departments.Topics: UB People, Social Activism, Campus Unrest
Papers, 1958-1995 (bulk 1970-1991), of Gail Paradise Kelly (1940-1991), UB Graduate School of Education faculty and scholar in comparative education.Topics: Education History, UB People, Social Activism
Martin Kelly collection on Pan-American Exposition, 1901, includes nine glass lantern slides of photos taken during the Pan American Exposition. Donor included original inventory sheet.Topics: Buffalo an WNY History, Photographs
Collection of materials from Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy, professor of Women's Studies. Includes her teachings, publications, political activism, resource material, and her work in the UB Women's Studies and American Studies departments.Topics: UB People, Social Activism, Women's History in WNY, Campus Unrest
14 volumes of University at Buffalo President Robert L. Ketter's appointment books. Ketter was President from 1970-1982. The appointment books were kept for Ketter by Edna Thill, Secretary to the President.Topics: UB People, University History Resources
In 1973, the SUNY Board of Trustees established a five-year term appointment for Presidents, with reappointment contingent upon evaluation and review according to procedures spelled out in documents in this collection. Ketter was the first of the Presidents to be evaluated and seems to have been the first to undergo such an evaluation in the country.
The collection contains "Guidelines for the Review Process for the Chancellor and Presidents," Ketter's appraisal, and the "Final Report of the Ad Hoc Committee for Presidential Performance Review at SUNY/AB."
Ketter's appraisal is notable for his contextual narrative of the University at Buffalo in the years immediately prior to his term, through 1974. Included are his assessment of the University's relationship with the greater Western New York community; university administrative and governance structures; enrollment; campus and academic planning; and funding.Topics: UB People, University History Resources
Two scrapbooks of the inauguration of Robert L. Ketter as President of the University at Buffalo on February 15, 1971. Scrapbooks include invitations, schedules, badges, tickets and other ephemera, photographs, and news clippings.Topics: UB People, University History Resources
Clippings and press releases on University at Buffalo President Robert L. Ketter, as collected by the Office of Information Services. Coverage begins prior to Ketter's inauguration as President, and continues until his death in 1989.Topics: UB People
Collection contains but is not limited to memos, correspondence, reprints, research notes, course materials, diagrams, photos, clippings and objects related to Ketter's career especially at UB, beginning in 1958 with notes on teaching civil engineering. Every major stage of his career is represented, including Deanship of the Graduate School, Vice Presidency of Facilities Planning, and department chair; also highlighted are his activities in the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Western New York Council on Health Care Planning, and Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. A single box contains the records of Lorelei Z. Ketter acting in the capacity of personal secretary to Ketter, and includes her notes on University events, records of her participation in the preservation of the Darwin D. Martin House, and her own compilation of records on the University's art and antiques collections. Copies of publications significant in Ketter's career are also collected, including performance evaluations of Ketter's presidency.
Professional Papers -- papers, reports, memos and correspondence related to Ketter's work as a faculty member at UB, facilities planning VP, civil engineering consultant, BECHS board of trustees president, etc. in pre- and post-presidential times -- includes 3 cartons of papers related to Ketter's participation (1967-72) in the Western New York Health Care Council.
Presidential Papers -- Ketter's personal copies of memos, correspondence and miscellaneous reports pertaining to his duties as President of UB -- personal, faculty management, campus and facility development, also memorabilia and papers relating to sister university relationship with Kyoungpook University, S. Korea.
Papers of Mrs. Ketter -- correspondence and notes regarding Presidential and personal travel, social arrangements, and University-owned art and antiques from Mrs. Ketter's duties as personal assistant to President Ketter and as member of the Darwin Martin house preservation board. Includes background information on Frank Lloyd Wright and the Martin house collected by Mrs. Ketter.
Photos -- personal and family snapshots, Information Services photos and photos from other sources of Ketter with family and colleagues. Includes photos of formal and informal University functions such as visits from Korean higher education dignitaries and Ketter's visits to other countries while President. Also included are some of the functions for which Mrs. Ketter acted as planner showing table settings and arrangements.Topics: UB People
File of speeches, remarks, introductions and other public statements delivered by SUNY at Buffalo President Robert L. Ketter, 1970-1982, arranged in chronological order. Ketter was President from 1970-1982. In addition to drafts of speeches, the file also includes background information, comments and suggestions of the speeches by members of the University administration.
Also includes subject files kept by Harry Jackson, on various topics in higher education, likely used as source material in Ketter’s speeches. The files include notes, pamphlets, reports, newspaper clippings, and other printed items, and some original correspondence and memoranda of Harry Jackson, President Ketter and other University administrators.
The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at Buffalo collection documents Dr. King’s visit and speech in Buffalo, New York on November 9, 1967. The speech, entitled “The Future of Integration” was sponsored by the Student Association and Graduate Student Association and held at Kleinhans Music Hall. The UB Spectrum reported that Dr. King “castigated the ‘national administration that is more concerned with an unjust war in Vietnam than with winning the war on poverty.’ ” The collection includes audio of the speech, photographs of the event, and coverage from the UB Spectrum student newspaper.Topics: Social Activism, Digital Collections
Manuscripts and galley proofs of After Alienation (1964) and of the introduction to Willa Cather's My Mortal Enemy (1961).Topics: UB People
Collection of Rabbi Isaac Klein includes school notebooks, correspondence, photographs, military service records, speeches, articles, manuscripts, and other writings relating to his life and teachings in conservative Judaism.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives; Digital Collections
Personal photographs and scrapbook of a Jewish Youth group, Omega Kappa Zeta, and photographs relating to the youth of Samuel Korus in Buffalo, NY.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Papers, circa 1968-1970, of student activist Paul Krehbiel, concerning his involvement in and exposure to the Student unrest of the late 1960s-1970 at the University at Buffalo. The papers are divided into series chronicling local issues (e.g., the Buffalo 9, University and regional rallies and issues) and publications; non-local information (e.g., SDS publications, miscellaneous clippings); and one file on Krehbiel’s post-UB activities. Significantly represented topics include material on general strikes; marches on hunger and other community involvement; equal rights; project Themis; Vietnam; SDS and its division into the Weathermen, et al.; national student unrest; Buffalo YAWF (including copies of The Activist magazine); Buffalo general publications such as New Age and the Buffalo Insighter; University-related activities and publications (Midnight Oil), many centering on the UB Norton Student Union, which became a focus for unrest and student meetings.Topics: Campus Unrest
Professional papers, primarily extensive documentation of the unified program in teacher education, the Graduate Professional Unit, developed and taught by Dr. Land at the University of Buffalo, 1931-1968. Also includes notes, correspondence, and papers from her doctoral work at Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1932-1937, and other materials reflecting her career as a progressive educator and early advocate of preparation for teaching in higher education. Material also includes Army Air Force training course material, progressive school information, class lists and assignments, committee information, professional reports, correspondence, typescripts of works, radio scripts of "Human Nature in Action," information on Pi Lambda Theta, AAUP, ITEPSST, reports on graphology, personal memorabilia and notes. Also includes information on Daniel Bell Leary and William Chandler Bagley (Columbia University), correspondence with Carter Alexander (Teachers' College).Topics: Education History, UB People
Carroll Lane Fenton (1900-1969) authored and illustrated several books on paleontology and geology. In 1930, he recorded a series of lectures for local radio station WGR: Relics of Early Life; How Rocks are Formed; The Crust of the Earth; Mineral Deposits; and Climates of the Past
This collections consists of typescripts and one handwritten manuscript of these lectures.
Architectural plans for the Larkin Company's administration building which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd
Papers documenting aspects of the social, religious and cultural life of the Suburban Congregation/Temple Beth Am (Reform) and Temple Sinai (Reconstructionist) synagogues within Buffalo, NY.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Papers include outlines and notes for speeches and courses in psychology, publications, correspondence, and a typescript draft with corrections of book, The Search for Salvation: A Psychological Study of Religion, 1932. Also includes a thirty page letter to Leary in 1943 from a former patient at Buffalo State Hospital charging the University of Buffalo with conducting experiments on her.Topics: UB People
Papers of Dr. Asa Bertram Lemon, Dean of the School of Pharmacy, 1926-1969 document the growth of the School of Pharmacy and Alumni Association during Dr. Lemon's time at the University at Buffalo. The collection includes his state and local professional pharmaceutical activities and correspondence as well course material, correspondence and song books from the School of Pharmacy.Topics: UB People
Materials collected by Dr. Adeline Levine, Department of Sociology, State University of New York at Buffalo, for her book Love Canal: Science, Politics and People, published by Lexington Books in 1982. This collection includes a copy of the Quit Claim Deed, dated April 28, 1953, in which land was transferred from Hooker Electrochemical to the Niagara Falls Board of Education for the sum of $1.Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY, Love Canal
Materials collected by Dr. Adeline Gordon Levine, Department of Sociology, State University of New York at Buffalo, for her research on Love Canal; specifically research on the environmental studies of the area later published in her monograph.Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY, Love Canal
Papers related to the career of Dr. Adeline Levine (1925-2015), Department of Sociology, State University of New York at Buffalo. Includes correspondence, writings, teaching and research material, and documentation of professional involvement with the Pro-Choice Network of Western New York.Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY, UB People, Love Canal
Papers related to the career of Dr. Adeline Levine (1925-2015), Department of Sociology, State University of New York at Buffalo. Includes correspondence sent to and received by Adeline Levine during her career, essays, articles, professional papers, teaching materials, appointment and tenure documentation, and materials from the Pro-Choice Network of Western New York. Topics covered include the Love Canal, community response to environmental disaster, women and the labor force, and education.Topics: Education History, Environmental Issues in WNY, UB People, Love Canal, Women's History in WNY
Collection includes two book manuscripts, files of two University committees on the Arts, and a restricted file on faculty tenure cases.Topics: UB People
This collection covers the LGBT clubs and community at UB in the 70’s, during which the first LGB club was founded on campus, and into the 80’s, and 90’s. This collection will continue to grow to encompass more items from these decades and in time will include the 2000’s. We would like to be able to include materials that represent transidentified students. If you would like to donate materials related to the LGBT community at UB, please contact University Archives.Topics: Digital Collections, Social Activism, Student Life
Published report of the trial "The People versus Dr. Horatio N. Loomis, for Libel. Tried at the Erie County Oyer and Terminer, June 24, 1850."Topics: UB People, Education History
Collection of Robert E. Lipp, honorary inductee of the UB Athletics Hall of Fame.Topics: Sports, Publications, Ephemera, Student Life
Printed material collected by Lipset and others at Harvard University between 1967 and 1971. Includes student publications; articles for scholarly journals and popular magazines; newspaper clippings and studies concerning student activist movements throughout the world, with emphasis on the United States, Latin America, and international student organizations. Also many unpublished studies about students originally prepared for presentation at conferences or for graduate courses. This collection reflects only a partial result of the material collected by the project.Topics: Campus Unrest, Social Activism
Working papers of Richard Lipsitz, Esq., attorney for plaintiffs in Keyishian et al. vs. Board of Regents et al., 1964, in which four faculty members and a librarian at the State University of New York at Buffalo challenged New York State's Feinberg Law on public employees and subversive activities. Includes correspondence, court documents, notes, press clippings, and background materials.Topics: Education History, Social Activism
Correspondence, 1952-58, with a group of southern historians including Dewey w. Grantham, Charles G. Sellers, George B. Tindall, and C. Vann Woodward, concerning a collection of essays published in 1960 as The Southerner as American; correspondence regarding editing and publishing of books. Also correspondence concerning his professional career, including candid comments on his goals and on the strengths and weaknesses of graduate history programs; and correspondence with David E. Lilienthal, 1960-68; lecture notes, 1951-68; and drafts of speeches.Topics: UB People
Papers of Shaw Livermore include correspondence, minutes, reports, and student papers pertaining to Livermore's work as a professor and as Assistant Dean of the School of Business Administration at the University of Buffalo.Topics: UB People
Papers include typescript drafts, proof sheets, and final manuscript of book Pharmacy on the Niagara Frontier; lists of pharmacies compiled from city directories, 1828-1960; and six student papers listing retail druggists, compiled from city directories, 1931-1963.Topics: UB People
The collection contains letters, photographs and clippings, pertaining to the dedication of Lockwood Memorial Library and the production of a catalog for the occasion. The collection also includes Lockwood family memorabilia consisting of scrapbooks, diaries, guestbooks, correspondence, photographs, programs and menus.Topics: UB People, Digital Collections
Scrapbook of local music events, including those of the University of Buffalo.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Student Life
Correspondence, questionnaires, copies of resolutions, and other material regarding faculty status for librarians within the SUNY system and at SUNY at Buffalo; includes information concerning the origins of the SUNY Librarians' Association and the Association of Librarians at SUNY at Buffalo. Also includes information on Lopez's career as a reference librarian at Lockwood Library including an activity log; annual reports; papers concerning planning for a new library on the Amherst Campus with plans for the reference department; catalog of the Polish Room Collection; and bibliographies on New York State History.Topics: UB People
Selected records and documents of and relating to the Love Canal Area Revitalization Agency (LCARA).Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY, Love Canal, Digital Collections
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.
This website includes an introduction to the history and background of the events that occurred at Love Canal, two chronologies of events, scanned documents of the Ecumenical Task Force, database of Love Canal articles, and a glossary of definitions for individuals, organizations, businesses, government agencies, chemical waste dump sites, and major issues relating to Love Canal and other local environmental disaster areas.Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY, Love Canal, University History Resources
The Love Canal newspaper clipping file contains articles culled from the Ecumenical Task Force of the Niagara Frontier Love Canal Collection. Taken from local and national newspapers from 1978-1990, some articles may be restricted for study by copyright issues. There is a searchable database of the articles available online.Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY, Love Canal
Kathleen DeLaney's records pertaining to the grant funded by the Niagara County Environmental Fund in 2000 to collect information on area institution's historic Love Canal disaster area document collections.Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY, Love Canal
The papers of adult services librarian and library science professor, Helen Huguenor Lyman, which span almost 70 years of research and writing on the subject of adult literacy. Also includes personal writings and genealogical notes on the Huguenor family.Topics: UB People
Page proofs with author's corrections of Edward Wilmot Blyden: Pan-Negro Patriot, 1832-1912.Topics: UB People
Correspondence and professional papers, 1951-1973, of Benjamin H. Lyndon, Dean of the School of Social Work at the University at Buffalo, 1956-1968.Topics: UB People
Reprints of published articles. Lyon was a member of the University of Buffalo School of Medicine faculty.Topics: UB People
The Cora P. Maloney College banner is a red silk banner with black lettering and black fringe along the bottom.Topics: Ephemera
This collection contains color slides, reversal color film, color and black and white prints and contact sheets. The color slides and reversal color film make up a bulk of the collection. A number of digital photographs document MBA international programs and student orientation.Topics: Photographs
School of Management Study Abroad Program records contains documentation of the relationship between the University at Buffalo and Insitituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey.Topics: Education History
Administrative files and publications of Buffalo public schools, Manch’s correspondence, his speeches and writings, and related organizational files during his superintendence; press clippings that feature educational, financial, political and social problems of Buffalo public schools; Camp Arrowhead; speeches and writings.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Education History
Manhattan Hotel photos includes images of the bar and the exterior of the Manhattan Hotel in Buffalo, New York, circa 1909. The proprietor of the hotel, Mack G. Anderson, is featured along with the hotel’s bartender and visiting guests.Topics: Photographs, Buffalo and WNY History
Grade books, Fall 1964 and Fall 1965; also materials pertaining to research grants, ca. 1964-1966.Topics: UB People
A collection of clothing items worn by Patricia Ann Manuele during her time in the Camp Fire Girls. Each item features specific elements and decorations that carry meaning within the organization.Topics: Women's History in WNY
Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin and O.S. Lang, the general contractor for the Martin House, and correspondence of Martin and Lang with suppliers of building materials and furnishings for the Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd
Digitized from photographs kept by the Darwin D. Martin family depicting the Darwin D. Martin house in Buffalo, New York, and their summer house, "Graycliff", in Derby, New York, both designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and photographs of the Martin family.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd, Digital Collections
Papers, circa 1878-1935, of Darwin D. Martin (1865-1935) of Buffalo, New York, an official of the Larkin Company and an early client of Frank Lloyd Wright. Includes diaries, memorandum books, business and family correspondence, genealogical material and other items concerning Darwin D. Martin, his wife Isabelle Reidpath Martin, and their children Dorothy and Darwin R. Martin. Also included are letters to Martin from his brother William E. Martin of Chicago, 1902-1910, letters to Martin from Elbert Hubbard of the Roycroft Shop, East Aurora, New York, 1893-1912, and letters to Martin from Booker T. Washington, 1901-1915. Some of the correspondence between William E. and Darwin D. Martin concerns the activities of Frank Lloyd Wright. Also included are various memoranda concerning the Darwin D. Martin House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and a typescript draft of "Romeo and Juliet", 1929(?), which was later incorporated into Frank Lloyd Wright's Autobiography (1932). The bulk of the correspondence between Darwin D. Martin and Frank Lloyd Wright, including additional letters of Darwin D. to William E. Martin, is included in the related "Frank Lloyd Wright Darwin D. Martin Papers" (MS 22.8) available at the University Archives of the State University of New York at Buffalo and in the Special Collections at Stanford University. The University Archives also has architectural plans, contractor's correspondence and photographs of the Darwin D. Martin House and related structures (MS 22).Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd
Oral history interviews with persons associated with the Darwin D. Martin House, Buffalo, New York, and other buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.Topics: Design Archives, Oral History, Wright, Frank Lloyd
Photographs kept by the Darwin D. Martin family depicting the Darwin D. Martin house in Buffalo, New York, and their summer house, "Graycliff", in Derby, New York, both designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and photographs of the Martin family.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd, Digital Collections
Manuscript for Encyclopedia of Education article, "The Testing Situation," regarding educational testing; bibliography; and related correspondence.Topics: Education History, UB People
Collection contains correspondence, notes, working papers, and audiotapes from Particularism: An Interdisciplinary Conference Portions of the collection are unprocessed.Topics: UB People
Reprints of speeches and articles on fund raising, academic freedom, the elective system, and selective service; also inaugural memorabilia.Topics: UB People
This collection includes correspondence, lecture notes, typescripts and reprints of Edmund D. McGarry's speeches and articles, newspaper clippings, publications of the National Association of Teachers of Marketing and Advertising (NATMA), and printed materials concerning marketing and business research.Topics: UB People
Collection of Ruth McGrath's papers regarding the development of the Early Childhood Education Council of Western New York (ECEC) and the New York State Association for the Education of Young Children. Also includes papers as Director of the University at Buffalo's institutional staff training program for the federal Project Head Start program.Topics: Education History, UB People
Papers of Dr. Ruth T. McGrorey, professor of nursing education and Dean (1966-1974) of the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Nursing. The collection consists of papers, articles and speeches by McGrorey; annual reports of the School of Nursing; working papers for projected books on nursing administration, information on her teaching and consultation activities; and materials concerning a sabbatical study of new patterns of nursing administration and patient care in the US, UK and Spain; as well as personal memorabilia and tape recordings of seminars, speeches and meetings.Topics: UB People
Collection documenting procedures involved in publishing a student yearbook including layout sheets; paste ups for the 1967 Medentian yearbook; financial records; and correspondence with publisher, advertisers and patrons.Topics: Publications, Student Life
Personal papers documenting the personal and career life of local communal leader, Ethel Roblin Melzer. Materials include photographs, speeches, newspaper clippings, media, and other material relating to her volunteer service and professional careers in the Jewish community.
Personal papers documenting aspects of local communal leader Morris Mesch. Materials include photographs, newspaper clippings, and other ephemera related to the community Holocaust Memorial Sculpture and volunteer activities and efforts.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Papers of Professor Michael Metzger include minutes of the Faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences.Topics: UB People
Includes Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Brazil, Peru, and Bolivia.Topics: Oral History
Scrapbook of Martin Meyerson's inauguration as President of the University at Buffalo on May 29, 1967. Includes invitations, speeches, schedules, clippings, and photographs.Topics: UB People
Collection includes inauguration memorabilia, prospectus for an academic plan, and other statements and reports.Topics: UB People
Speeches and statements given by Martin Meyerson during his tenure as tenth president of the State University of New York at Buffalo.Topics: UB People, Campus Unrest
A collection of materials and memorabilia concerning University at Buffalo athletics from the 1970s to the mid 2000s. The University at Buffalo wrestling team features prominently in the documentation as well as the regalia.Topics: Sports
Collection includes work as editor for author Samuel Daniel's publications, The Tragedy Of Philotas and The Civil Wars including manuscripts and drafts of editions.Topics: UB People
The collection consists of administrative records including minutes, reports, photographs and scrapbooks which contain clippings, leaflets, programs and copies of "The Y's Messenger," a Michigan Avenue Y.M.C.A. newsletter.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism
Papers of Lester W. Milbrath, University at Buffalo political science professor, on environmental issues including Love Canal, nuclear waste at the West Valley site, and Great Lakes water quality. Collection also includes conference papers, articles and book chapters written or co-authored by Dr. Milbrath. Also files on the formation of the Environmental Studies Center at the University, including its annual reports and other publications.Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY, Love Canal, UB People
The collection includes lecture notes and textbooks between 1907 and 1910. Most of lecture notes were collected when Miles was a graduate student at University of Chicago Lectures notes are from classes taught by Oskar Bolza, Gilbert A. Bliss, and others. Includes textbooks and other works by Oskar Bolza, L. Bianchi, G. Darboux, H. Burkhardt, C. Jordan, S. Lie, J. Hadamard, E. Picard, H. Poincaré, H. Robinson, F Tisserand, and H. Weber.Topics: Education History
The records of the Military and Draft Counseling Center of Buffalo (1953- 1978) contain materials relevant to the formation of the center and its activities from the center's inception as the Draft Counseling Center (1968), to the Draft Counseling Center of Greater Buffalo, (circa 1969- circa 1971), the Buffalo Draft Counseling Center (circa 1971-1972), the Draft Counseling Center of Buffalo (circa 1972), and finally the Military and Draft Counseling Center of Buffalo (circa 1972-circa 1978). Materials include address and appointment books, notes, correspondence, manuals, meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, posters, newsletters, books, booklets, pamphlets, leaflets, and charts.Topics: Campus Unrest, Social Activism
Personal papers documenting aspects of émigré and immigrant lives of Hilde and Rudy Miller and their family, friends, and foster family in Germany, England and America. Material includes German, US and UK government documents, personal and legal correspondence and photographs.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Personal papers documenting aspects of local community leader Rabbi Shay Mintz's work in the Jewish community. Materials include photographs, newspaper clippings, and other material relating to his professional career in several institutions including Shaarey Zedek, Hillel, and the Jewish Book Fair.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Script of the five-page play Two written for the Angry Arts Festival, April 12, 1967.Topics: UB People
This collection contains the student papers of UB alumna Faith Karas Moll, including papers, monographs, photographs, research notes, books, and other materials published by Dr. Marian E. White and other anthropology scholars. Many of the materials in this collection relate to Karas Moll's research surrounding the Buffalo Creek Reservation.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History
Items collected by Kevin Moody, belonging to his great-grandmother, wife of F.A. Lopez, a member of the Commission from Ecuador at the Pan American Exposition. Includes exposition map (color); postcards; pass; ticket books with a photo of Mrs. Lopez; an invitation to the opening of the Ecuador exhibit; and 2 typewritten letters (one undated of a personal nature and one died January 11, 1902, regarding the sale of the Ecuador pavilion building and return of exhibit artifacts.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History
The Mothers' Club of Buffalo, affiliated with the Mother's Assembly of the State of New York, was a local women's group dedicated to educating parents about issues relating to the home and school. The collection includes annual programs listing upcoming meetings, officers, and current members from 1904-1910. It also includes programs from the 1912 New York State Mothers Assembly held in Rochester, N.Y.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Education History, Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
The collection consists of an Alpha Phi Omega Charter, Epsilon Sigma Chapter, from 1948. The collection also includes an Alpha Phi Omega chapter services report, the Torch and Trefoil fraternity newsletter, Torch and Trefoil Official Report, and a pamphlet from the inauguration of Clifford Furnas as Chancellor of the University of Buffalo.Topics: Student Life
This collection is comprised of VHS tapes and DVDs containing recordings of episodes from MTV's "Fraternity Life" and "Sorority Life," shows in which UB Greek organizations were featured.Topics: Student Life
Papers of Orville T. Murphy pertaining to curriculum and faculty governance, Department of History; activities of the search committee for the position of Director of American Studies; documents related to student demonstrations; documents related to the William Pryor Letchworth papers and other local archives.Topics: University History Resources, Campus Unrest, UB People, Education History
Papers include proceedings, reports, correspondence, notes and other items concerning meetings of professional societies and symposiums; also lecture notes, course outlines and other material from courses taught at the School of Pharmacy, University of Buffalo.Topics: UB People
A collection of photographs and other images featuring Bob Miske during his time as a student athlete at UB from the late 1950s to the early 1960s and as an alumnus. His time on the baseball and basketball teams is featured prominently.Topics: Student Life, Photographs, Sports
The professional papers of University at Buffalo professor and comparative anthropologist Raoul Naroll.Topics: UB People
Printed materials by NCEER investigators using NCEER-sponsored research, newspaper clippings concerning NCEER and earthquake news, and media and information logs noting release and use of NCEER resources and information.Topics: Ephemera
Collection of materials from the Western New York branch of the National League of American Pen Women. The collection includes scrapbooks, administrative and member files, and samples of works by members.Topics: Women’s History in WNY
The papers of the Buffalo chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) from 1973-1986. The files include clippings, leaflets and serials on subjects of concern to the Buffalo Chapter, such as local politics, Equal Rights Amendment, reproductive rights, and domestic violence. Records were kept in part by NOW Chapter Presidents Paulette Hammond, Mary Jo Egner, and Linda Cleveland.Topics: Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
Records of the University of Buffalo Chapter of the National Student Association, 1946-1964, and 1967. Includes material from the First through Sixteenth N.S.A. Annual Congresses (1946-1964) and from the Twentieth Congress (1967). The Twentieth N.S.A. Congress was notable for the controversy over Central Intelligence Agency funding of the N.S.A.Topics: Social Activism, Student Life
Jeanette Martin Navel served as Secretary to the Chancellors and Presidents of the University of Buffalo, and the State University of New York at Buffalo, from 1922 to her retirement in 1969 (Chancellor Capen to President Meyerson). This album was presented to her on her retirement, and includes photographs of the University and more than fifty letters from members of the University administration, faculty, and staff, containing recollections of “Miss Martin’s” almost fifty years of service.
Photographs mainly consist of University Chancellors and Presidents, both portraits and at University events. Letters from UB people contain information on the then private University of Buffalo, including details of daily life, etc. An itemized list of photographs and letter correspondents is available on request.Topics: UB People, University History Resources
King spoke at Kleinhans Music Hall on November 9, 1967. Includes King's signature on a copy of Mechasek's welcome speech; a Buffalo News article on the speech; and Nechasek's notes on the event. Collection also has a program for a 1972 symposium at UB: Problems and Awareness.Topics: Social Activism, Student Life
Collection includes correspondence, job description for school administrators, and other material concerning the Amherst school issue showing attitudes toward suburban vs. urban schools and toward centralization. Papers collected by Nelson as co-chairman of the committee to centralize the Snyder and Eggertsville schools in Suburban Buffalo.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Education History, UB People
The records of the New York State Association of Two-Year Colleges, formerly known as the New York State Association of Junior Colleges, document administrative activities, including meetings, finances, and correspondence, as well as annual conferences and publications. The collection also includes photographs and audio cassette recordings of the annual conferences.Topics: Education History
Collection includes a scrapbook with newspaper articles from a variety of local newspapers in New York State chronicling the visit of the New York State Freedom Train in their communities. Also included are a typewritten diary documenting the train's stops (about 90 leaves) and a group photograph with President Harry S. Truman.Topics: Social Activism
Ecumenical materials documenting aspects of the efforts to place a historic marker to recall the events of 1825 when Mordecai Noah, American Jewish diplomat, politician and newspaperman made an attempt to found a refuge for persecuted European Jews on Grand Island, New York.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
This collection consists mostly of notes from classes taught by Bernice Noble, materials related to committees and advisory bodies she served on, and offprint publications.Topics: UB People
Scrapbooks, photographs, correspondence, awards, and publications documenting the professional career of Eva M. Noles, nurse, author, and local activist.Topics: Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
Two scrapbooks of speeches, 1905-07 (incomplete), with a few items up to 1920. Norton was Vice Chancellor of the University of Buffalo from 1905-1909, and Chancellor from 1909-1920. The main topic of the speeches, correspondence, and clippings in this collection is the “University Extension” movement of which he was the chief spokesperson during this period.
Also includes a speech on “The College Idea,” circa 1909-1910, and a photocopy of a letter from Norton to Stanford University President David Starr Jordon, February 8, 1910, about the development of the University of Buffalo.
Annual reports regarding student activities.Topics: Student Life
Records pertaining to various student social activities from the early years of Norton Union. Includes reports, worksheets, programs, photographs, clippings, correspondence, notes documented by the student-led committees in charge of activities.Topics: Ephemera, Student Life
Files on student organizations, 1960s, kept by the Coordinator of Student Activities in Norton Union. Folders generally include a "student activities registration form" with the names of the officers and faculty advisor and a copy of the organization's constitution. Some folders include correspondence and literature of the organization.Topics: Student Life
Includes records relating to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing; dietetics; anesthesia; and proposed class schedules.Topics: Education History
This collection consists of annual reports, self-studies, academic plans and other records from the School of Nursing.Topics: Education history
This collection consists of records from the Office of the President organized under ninteen major categories such as Administration, Committees, Facilities, Governance and Research. Though some of the files date back as far as 1921, the bulk of the files are dated 1969-1974. Of particular interest are the many files on Campus Unrest at the University at Buffalo, which can be found throughout the collection.
It is important to note that there is a great deal of overlap between this collection and collection 5/4/288: Office of the President general files, 1946-1973. Researchers interested in Campus Unrest or the 1969‑1974 time period in general must consult both collections.Topics: Campus Unrest, University History Resources
This collection consists of records from the Office of the President organized under major categories such as Administration, Committees, Facilities, Governance and Research. Though some of the files date back as far as 1946, the bulk of the files are dated 1969-1973. Of particular interest are the many files on Campus Unrest at the University at Buffalo which can be found throughout the collection. This collection also contains a considerable amount of information about the University of Buffalo's merger with the State University of New York.
It is important to note that there is a great deal of overlap between this collection and collection 5/4/470: Office of the President general files, 1921-1974. Researchers interested in Campus Unrest or the 1969‑1974 time period in general must consult both collections.Topics: Campus Unrest, University History Resources
These monthly reports give a broad overview of the University at Buffalo from 1964 to 1975 (reports were not created for the summer months of July and August). Heavy on statistics, included are enrollment numbers, at large and for academic units, and with comparisons to previous years. Data on campus buildings and planning, academic accreditations, evidence of faculty research and publication, awards, and policies, and university events are also included.
These reports cover pivotal years in the history of the University, namely the first decade as a state institution, expansion to the North (Amherst) campus, and student unrest. For example, the May 1964 report includes a description of President Furnas’ decision to allow Selective Service exams to be administered on campus. That decision prompted the first campus student sit-in on May 2. The report describes the decision, the concerns of the protesters, and the creation of a University Task Force Committee, made up of students and faculty.
Of particular note: Some files include the final reports, as well as the “raw data” and/or background material used to create the report. This background material offers highly detailed descriptions of faculty, departments, facilities, and events on campus, and may not have been written into the final monthly report. Researchers would be well-served to study this documentation.
This collection contains subject files from the Office of the President covering various topics of University at Buffalo administration. Arranged alphabetically, each file often contains many year's worth of records on a given topic (ex. 1950-1975). Of particular interest are the files on academic freedom, the Feinberg Law and the resultant Keyishian v. Board of Regents lawsuit, and the House UnAmerican Activities Committee (HUAC).Topics: Campus Unrest, University History Resources
Wood and glass reader used by students to review transcripts. The reader was likely manufactured in the 1950s or 1960s. The last year of use was approximately 1989, after which the Office of Records and Registration transitioned to electronic records.Topics: Education History, Student Life
Student produced materials documenting aspects of the educational life of Ohr Temimim and its predecessor institution, the Jewish Heritage Day School, in Amherst, New York.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
The Opinion is the official University at Buffalo Law School student newspaper. The first issue debuted on November 29, 1949 under the leadership of its first editor, Michael Beilewech, Jr. ‘51. The inception of the newspaper coincided with the opening of the new West Eagle Street law school building. The Opinion has historically served as a forum for law student viewpoints with an editorial staff comprised of University at Buffalo Law School students. In 1977 it won the American Bar Association’s Award for Excellence.Topics: Publications, Student Life, Digital Collections
Correspondence, diaries, photograph albums of Muriel Orr-Ewing (nicknamed "Meiko"). Collection includes records as founding president of the British Association of Women Executives and headmistress of the English girls finishing school, The Grove. Also includes personal correspondence with opera singer, Adèle Leigh, child author Berthe Grimault, and other notable writers and poets.Topics: Education History
Collection includes photographs and programs for University of Buffalo productions directed by Julia Pardee from 1958-1965 including the Second Shepard's Play; Six Characters in Search of an Author; Waltz of the Toreadors; Juno; The Lady's Not For Burning; and Uncle Vanya. Also includes posters.Topics: Ephemera, UB People
Papers of Julian Park, the first dean of Arts and Sciences (1919-1954) and the University's first Historian (1959-1965). Collection includes historical documents concerning the inception and early history of the University which Park used as research for his publication, History of the University of Buffalo (1917). Also includes an unpublished manuscript for a subsequent history of the University; typewritten memoir; scrapbooks regarding his father, Roswell Park and the University of Buffalo (1907-1964).Topics: UB People
Dr. Roswell Park's lantern slides for lecture Medicine in Classical Art and Satire; Park's original notes for the lecture, with revisions by Julius Richter and Oliver P. Jones; correspondence between Richter and Jones regarding Jones' lecture, 1964-65. Also, information regarding presentation of lecture by Park in early 1900's by Richter (in late 1940's?), and by Jones in 1965; and Park's slides depicting torture.Topics: UB People
Collection of manuscripts of musical compositions written or arranged by Park; proceedings of dinner in Park's honor (1908); The Evil Eye, Thanatology and Other Essays (1913); microfilm copy of scrapbook of clippings and memorial messages compiled by family (1914). Also, Selected Papers Surgical and Scientific (1914), a posthumous collection by Dr. Charles G. Stockton.Topics: UB People
Scrapbooks include clippings, printed items, and other materials regarding Park's medical career and social life in Chicago, Illinois (1877-1883) and Buffalo (1883-1914). Also includes articles written by Park, information on Chicago musical events (1872-1875), and a memorial scrapbook of obituaries and tributes.Topics: UB People
This collection consists of business records, correspondence, plot maps, property listings; ephemera of civic, religious, fraternal, and cultural institutions; family memorabilia, reminiscences; clippings on Buffalo local history; photographs of downtown Buffalo, circa 1910; medals; speech notes on clock collecting and Lincolniana. Also included are papers of his wife Margaret Kidd Parke: correspondence, notes from classes at the University at Buffalo, and correspondence related to the Home for the Friendless.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History
Located in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Parkwyn Village was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1947 as a Usonian community. The architectural drawing is a blueline print (41x60") of an original ink and colored pencil drawing.Topics: Design Archives
Papers concerning Parry's teaching, study, and writing on analytic implications, modal and symbolic logic. Also documents Parry's directorship of the Progressive Labor School in Boston and his dismissal from the Massachusetts W.P.A. in 1940 due to his membership in the Communist Party. Collection also includes photocopies of Parry's testimony regarding communism before the House Committee on Un-American Activities, 1953; clippings and other material regarding his testimony and the subsequent controversy at the University of Buffalo and in the city of Buffalo. Also, paper by Robby Cohen, Professor William T. Parry, HUAC, and the University of Buffalo: A Case Study in Repression, and two oral history interviews with Parry conducted by Cohen, 1976.Topics: UB People, Oral History
This collection primarily consists of correspondence concerning Reginald H. Pegrum's activities as curator of geology at the Buffalo Museum of Science including field notes of geological surveys. Collection also includes material concerning Pegrum's career at the State University of New York at Buffalo where he was a member of the Department of Geology.Topics: UB People
Collection of materials from Thomas D. Perry, professor of legal philosophy. Includes his teachings, publications, professional correspondence, and his work in the U.B. Philosophy Department.Topics: UB People
Newsletter, fliers, and clippings relating to the Perry Action Committee (PAC), a community organization of residents of the Perry-Louisiana neighborhood in Buffalo, New York. PAC worked to address police brutality and race discrimination, and publicize community accomplishments and achievements of neighborhood residents.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism
School of Pharmacy class black and white photos: 1892, 1894, 1896-1903, 1910-1912, 1914-196, Freshman class of 1913-1914. All photos are oversize, some with fragility issues. See Archivist for safe handling procedures.Topics: Photographs, Student Life
Scrapbooks of the Phi Psi Sorority including chapter minutes; descriptions of social activities; capsule history of the U.B. campus until the late 1930s; and other miscellaneous items.Topics: Student Life
Records, 1938-1972, of the Alpha Nu Chapter of Pi Lambda Theta of the State University of New York at Buffalo.Topics: Student Life, Women's History in WNY
Papers of Charles Planck, professor of political science and first Master of College F from its establishment in October 1968 until his resignation in June 1973. The papers are primarily concerned with the planning of College F, courses offered by College F, other colleges, and university relations with the colleges. Also included are papers relating to the Radical Faculty Caucus of 1969 and the "Hayes 45" faculty arrested in the strike of 1970.Topics: Education History, UB People, University History Resources
Research and course materials assembled by Professor Milton C. Plesur, Department of History, State University of New York at Buffalo on the history of the American movie industry from its beginnings to the 1980s.Topics: Audio/Visual collections, Photographs, UB People
Slides, photographs, and clippings about the environmental disaster known as Love Canal collected by Penelope Ploughman for her dissertation, The Creation of Newsworthy Events: An Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of the Man-Made Disaster at Love Canal.Topics: Environmental Issues in WNY, Love Canal, Digital Collections
Personal photographs and clothing documenting Jewish youth groups (Omega Kappa Zeta and B'nai B'rith Youth Organization) in Buffalo, NY.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Papers of J.J. Polivka, internationally renowned Czechoslovakian structural engineer. Collection documents his collaboration with Frank Lloyd Wright on many of Wright's later projects including the Guggenheim Museum. Collection consists of correspondence, clippings, photographs and photograph negatives.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd
The papers of Rabbi Samuel Porrath (1908-1989) document his personal and professional activities in Buffalo and Niagara Falls, New York.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Papers include copies of scientific articles; scrapbooks containing photographs, letters and other memorabilia; correspondence with colleagues in Europe and Asia; lecture notes; unpublished research papers; and materials documenting his professional research in silicon and organometallics and other personal concerns.
This collection has not yet been processed. Permission to use unprocessed materials requires the approval of the University Archivist. Please contact University Archives for more information.Topics: UB People
In 1996, Powell deliberately organized one box of his own materials to be donated to the University Archives. He included class hand-outs and copies of an autobiographical work in progress. He also included a table of contents and a cover letter to explain the documents (the original letter and table of contents sent to the University Archivist is located in the accession folder). The folders from Powell's original donation were incorporated into the larger collection; however they are differentiated by an asterisk (*) in the finding aid. He arranged them into five parts and describes them in his cover letter as follows:
Part I. Choosing Peace/Making Trouble: A Project in Participatory Sociology, 1960-1990 is a still uncompleted manuscript (about 200 pages) dealing mainly with my antiwar activity on this campus. Most of this material was previously printed in the Buffalo Alternative Press and in Catalyst.
Part II. Catalyst, 1985, an issue mainly of the autobiographical writings of UB students in a Soc. 101 class. 211 pages.
Part III. Lecturing by Letter: Teaching 410 people to write a book and alter their consciousness, with a 30 page correspondence with a suicide attempter. 200 pages.
Part IV. Self as Project: On Choice, Consciousness and Conduct... Class Handouts, 1987-1996... approximately 1000 to 2000 pages. Includes here is a table of contents, circa 40 pages. This collection I am now rewriting as a book. I think the handouts give a glimpse of UB life over the past decade.
Part V. Proactive Evolution... toward a Paleosociology includes published papers, handouts, and notes on the role of consciousness in human evolution.
After his death in 2001, an additional 62 boxes of materials were donated to the University Archives. Organization of this post-humus installment of papers was significantly less deliberate. Files were generally grouped as activism, research, coursework and correspondence.
Because Powell was an avid photocopier and owner of a photocopy machine, there were many duplicate copies of class handouts, letters, flyers, and leaflets. Most duplicates were discarded. A selection of the discarded documents was used in an exhibit/installation, Epicircle: The Ed Powell Project. Reviews and an announcement of the event are available in the accession folder.
Topics: Campus Unrest, UB People
Inventory of Pratt papers at the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society; typescript of remarks at a University of Buffalo Council meeting, 1954, regarding the resignation of University of Buffalo President T.R. McConnell; clippings, circa 1958-1973; article and photocopy of draft article on Pratt's retirement, 1973. Also tape of discussion between Pratt and Selig Adler concerning Pratt's career as historian and teacher, particularly his role at the University of Buffalo, 1926-1958, and his recollections of the University.Topics: UB People
Records of the reproductive rights advocacy group Pro-Choice Network of Western New York, 1988-2004. Collection is composed of documents concerning the organization's administration, events, and lawsuits. It also contains educational background material including extensive newspaper and magazine clippings.Topics: Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
This collection chronicles many of the politicians, authors, musicians, and activists that visited Buffalo as well as UB. Documentation includes photographs, coverage of events from the UB Spectrum student newspaper, and related ephemera. Speakers include Robert F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon, Lyndon B. Johnson, Muhammad Ali, and Ralph Nader. Much of the coverage is from events from the 1960s and 1970s. Additional visitors and content are regularly added to the collection.Topics: University History Resources, Digital Collections
Records, 1983-1987, concerning the Empire State Games, a New York State amateur athletic competition, hosted by the University at Buffalo in 1985 and 1986.Topics: University History Resources
A collection of newsletters, titled The Pulse, edited and published by the Department of Political Science, University at Buffalo.Topics: Publications
Papers document distinguished career of physiologist Hermann Rahn. Includes correspondence with international scientists, research files, symposia files, manuscripts and abstracts of Rahn's work and others, and curriculum vita of many international scientists.
Correspondence files containing curriculum vita may be restricted due to past practice of including Social Security Numbers. Please see archivist for access.Topics: UB People
Photos taken by Ian M. Redinbaugh.Topics: Student Life, Photographs
Registration statistics for the summer sessions, 1931-1960, and for the total registration at the university, 1948-1976, compiled by the Office of Admissions and Records.Topics: Student Life, University History Resources
The papers of Justice Gustin L. Reichbach (1946-2012). Includes personal materials and professional records from his private legal practice and judicial chambers. The collection contains personal papers, correspondence, news clippings, photographs, and legal files.Topics: Social Activism
Jonathan F. Reichert papers, 1941-2000 contains the personal and professional papers of Jonathan F. Reichert, including personal and professional correspondence; certificates of educational and extracurricular achievement; event programs and flyers; course and lecture notes and materials including posters, View-Masters, and overhead projector transparencies; lecture recordings; clippings; draft, proof, and hard copies of Reichert's books; lecture notes and research pertaining to the Strategic Defense Initiative.Topics: UB People, Audio/Visual collections
Victor Reinstein was born in 1894 and was a member of 1916 graduating class of the University of Buffalo School of Medicine. He later received a law degree. His mother was Dr. Anna Reinstein, the first doctor to live in Cheektowaga, N.Y. Victor Reinstein spent most of his life in Cheektowaga where he and his wife, Julia Boyer Reinstein, were community benefactors. He died in 1984.
Disbound photograph album compiled by Victor Reinstein in the 1960s. Photographs of faculty of the School of Medicine of the University of Buffalo, circa 1916, and of nurses at Buffalo General Hospital, circa 1916. Many photographs are not identified. For each graduate of the School of Medicine class of 1916 there is a page of photographs including images from anatomy classes. Also included is a photograph of the 1917 meeting of the School of Medicine Alumni Society. Album pages are numbered 1-102.Topics: Photographs, Student Life
Transcript of October 10, 1972 meeting of "Revolutionary Males" seminar. The class featured statements by Tom Bell and Greg Calvert, both active in 1960s American politics, including with Students for a Democratic Society.
**Taken from the transcript introduction:
"What follows is a transcript, slightly edited and abridged, of the October 10, 1972 meeting of the seminar Revolutionary Males, led by Burton Weiss and Charles Haynie, Tolstoy College. The members of this all-male seminar have been trying to learn 'what it means to be a male in American society in 1972, and how, as fast as possible, we can make this society livable.' (Or, more generally, what are the 'deep, often disguised, relations between sexuality and politics'?) The session... was devoted to hearing autobiographical statements by Tom Bell and Greg Calvert."
Lecture notes on anatomy, with original sketches; Medical Alumni Catalog (1925); and material regarding 30th reunion of Class of 1904 of the University of Buffalo School of Medicine.Topics: UB People
Typescripts and manuscript drafts of three works of literary criticism: The Clairvoyant Eye: The Poetry and Poetics of Wallace Stevens (1965); C. Day Lewis (1971); and The Poetics of William Carlos Williams.Topics: UB People
Minutes of the School of Business Administration, 1929-1961; minutes of various committees; and correspondence concerning University insurance.Topics: UB People
Collection of materials from Dale Riepe, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy. Includes extensive correspondence, subject files, and department and related professional papers, as well as several drafts and manuscripts of Riepe's publications.Topics: UB People
This collection contains writings and speeches; newspaper clippings; and pamphlets, programs and other printed material concerning political and civic groups, covering such topics as women's suffrage, women workers, women as jurors and city and state politics. Of particular interest to the study of the woman suffrage movement in Buffalo are membership lists of the Woman Workers Suffrage League (ca. 1908) and from the Buffalo Political Equality League (ca. 1905).Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
Personal papers documenting demographical aspects of the broader Jewish community in Buffalo, as well as future planning for specific Jewish organizations as created by Kenneth Rogers.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
File consisting of correspondence and set of returned questionnaires issued in December 1964 by Professor Rottenberg, in his private poll of graduate faculty opinion concerning the practice of broadcasting of Christmas carols on campus. Organized by donor: Correspondence; Returned questionnaires, many with strong opinions added by faculty members polled.Topics: UB People
The papers of Dr. Hubert J. Rubenstein documents his immediate and extended family's artistic activities and his own genealogy project that he undertook to document the extended Rubenstein-Maisel-Adler as well as other connected families.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives; Digital Collections
Photographs (1946-1948) of the UB basketball and football teams, donated by William Rudick, a UB alumnus and former student athlete.Topics: Sports
The personal and professional papers of nuclear physicist and State University of New York at Buffalo physics professor, Moti Lal Rustgi.Topics: UB People
Collection contains program guides, manuals and records used by the Department of Education at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York from 1965 to 1968 to train teachers for the Head Start Program funded by the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964.Topics: Education History
10 volumes of University at Buffalo President Steven B. Sample's appointment books. Sample was President from 1982-1991. The appointment books were kept for Sample by Louise Small, Secretary to the President.Topics: UB People, University History Resources
Files concerning arrangements for the inauguration of Steven B. Sample as President of the State University of New York at Buffalo on October 12, 1982. Sample served from from 1982-1991. Includes scheduling, guest lists, committee minutes and correspondence, publicity, Sample’s inaugural address, and assorted ephemera.Topics: UB People, University History Resources
This collection contains research, patent information, correspondence and other information regarding three inventions of University at Buffalo President Steven B. Sample: the Improved Perineometer; the Means for Controlling Formation of Vascular Plaque, Crystals, and Stones in Living Organisms; and the Self-contained Portable Device for Rendering Thermostatically Controlled Localized Thermotherapy. Also found in this collection are newspaper clippings regarding President Sample’s other inventions.
Sample was President from 1982-1991.
Photographs of Steven B. Sample as University at Buffalo President, showing Sample at university events. Sample was President from 1982-1991. Photos include University commencements, dinners, building dedications, meetings, homecomings, local politicians and notables, sports, visitors, speakers, delegations, and other events. Notable people present in the collection include designer Serge Chermayeff, conductor Semyon Bychkov, diplomat Henry Kissinger, poets John Montague and Robert Creeley, reporters Leslie Stahl and Tom Brokaw, Presidents Jimmy Carter and Nelson Mandela, activist Andrew Young, and astronomer Carl Sagan.
Photos are primarily 3 x 5 inch color prints with some 8 x 10 inch enlargements. There are two sets of photographs. The second set, contained in nine manuscript boxes, are duplicates and/or variants of the main collection stored in binders. Box 9 also includes some undated and/or unidentified prints and negatives.
The collection list is of the photographs in the binders. Those photos marked with and asterisk are also in the boxes. Photographers for Public Affairs took most of the photos; the public affairs photograph file number is included on the container list.
Photographs of Steven B. Sample as University at Buffalo President, showing Sample at university events. Sample was President from 1982-1991. Photos include University commencements, dinners, building dedications, meetings, homecomings, local politicians and notables, sports, visitors, speakers, delegations, and other events. This a corollary collection to 4/12/969, Steven B. Sample photographs, Part I, which contains the vast majority of photos from Sample’s presidency with enhanced description of images. It is likely that this collection (4/12/1275) duplicates 4/12/969, at least in part.
Photographs are primarily 3 x 5 in. color prints, with some 4 x 6 and 5 x 7 enlargements.
Box 1, 1981-1989; includes Fisher Price, Service awards, Incubator, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Bruno Freschi reception, Carl Sagan, and Spanish delegation.
Box 2, 1989-1991; includes Service awards, Council black tie event, and English tea.
Box 3, undated; includes Singapore trip and unidentified events.
This collection contains the speeches and remarks given by Steven B. Sample while President of the State University of New York at Buffalo. Events where these speeches and remarks were given include commencements, building dedications, dinners, receptions and government hearings.
Special note of titled speeches include:
“Liberal Arts in a Technological Age,” Box 17
“Choosing Excellence,” Box 23
“Whence Come and Wither Go the Liberal Arts and Sciences,” Box 33
“The Use and Beauty of the Humanities,” Box 38
“Looking Back, Looking Forward,” Box 43
Personal papers documenting the volunteer activities of Maurice Sands within two Jewish veterans organizations in Buffalo and Queens, NY. Includes newspaper clippings, newsletters, flyers, research and authored articles relating to Jewish War Veterans. Also contains information relating to membership of the Forum Club, a Jewish Men’s Club.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Papers from University at Buffalo varsity swimming coach, William H. Sanford. Collection includes photographs of University of Buffalo varsity swimmers and tennis players, planning documents for athletic facilities, and swimming and diving score records. Also included is the San-Dell Computer No.1 for Diving and Synchronized Swimming (1958) developed by Sanford and Robert W. Bedell.Topics: UB People, Sports
Papers pertaining to Allen Sapp's involvement with music and other performing arts at the State University of New York at Buffalo, in the local community, and nationally; also papers concerning Sapp's activities with the Department of Music and the College of Arts and Sciences. The papers consist primarily of correspondence but include other materials including purchase orders for expenses for programs given at the University.Topics: UB People
A small collection on UB student life in the immediate post World War II era. Consists of UB sticker; 1949 commencement invitation; 3 Nortion Union program calendars; 2 Alpha Phi Omega fraternity booklets; and "Ozimek Rentals" advertising blotter.Topics: Student Life, Ephemera
The collection includes School of Architecture and Environmental Design Accreditation evaluation reports, correspondence, and memorandum.Topics: Design Archives
Schumacher's Taliesin Line of Decorative Fabrics designed by Frank Lloyd Wright [fabric sample], circa 1955
Fabric sample (silk?), designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, for Schumacher's Taliesin Line of Decorative Fabrics. Item details: design #104 in silk, approximately 49" wide and 11" high.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd
The Herman Schwartz papers, 1951-1978, includes course materials, copies of exams, assignments, readings, publications, personal and professional correspondence, unpublished papers, seminar notes, and rough drafts. Materials from 4 criminal cases where the matter in question was researched, an interview was held with the potential client and the matter was then accepted by Schwartz. The collection also contains research into criminal, business, and regulatory law, motions, briefs, some court opinions, news clippings, personal notes, and testimony from federal investigations related to business and government regulations.Topics: UB People
Papers of Joanne L. Schweik concerning her activities as Vice President for Public Relations of the New York Branch of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and as editor of the NOW New York State newsletter. Included are correspondence, local branch newsletters, council meeting minutes and newspaper clippings. Also included is a photocopy of the transcript for the Equal Rights Amendment hearings before the New York State Senate Judiciary Committee on March 11, 1975.Topics: Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
This collection consists of materials produced by or related to Ann London Scott. The majority of the documents concern her work in Medieval English literature.Topics: UB People
Color 35 slides, mainly of the South (Main Street) campus exteriors; some events: Buffalo city police on campus; a small number of images of North (Amherst) campus includes Founders Day and Open House events.Topics: Photographs, Campus Unrest
Unpublished student papers and research files on ethnic communities and education in Buffalo, New York.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism
Personal papers documenting aspects of Jewish community in Buffalo collected and created by Muriel Selling. Material includes programs, photographs and newspaper clippings relating to Temple Beth David-Ner Israel, Temple Emanu-el, and other institutions and independent groups.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
An excerpt from a letter dated February 1st, 1964 from Dean Julian Park to University of Buffalo Chancellor Capen, gives this historical note: [The receipt's] particular interest for Buffalo is obvious; it is a receipt for an annuity signed by some well-known Seneca chiefs, among them the famous chief Corn Planter. Oliver Phelps and Nathaniel Gorham, as you perhaps know, were the ones who sold to the Holland Land Company through Robert Morris the tract of western New York west of the Genesee River, after having first bought the claims to the land long held by Massachusetts and also the Indian rights to the land.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History
Personal papers documenting member and leadership experience of Elliot Shapiro at Temple Sinai in Amherst, NY. Material includes minutes, newsletters, programs, photographs and newspaper clippings relating to the cultural and religious life of this Reconstructionist synagogue.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Personal papers documenting aspects of the Ellis and Shatkin families. Materials include photographs and newspaper clippings.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Copies of reports and memos concerning student unrest and related educational problems.Topics: Campus Unrest, UB People
Digital reproductions of photographs and documentation of homecoming weekend, October 1991.Topics: Student Life, Photographs, Ephemera
Personal papers consist of research materials and maps documenting Jewish businesses and organizations that were located on the East Side of Buffalo during the 1930s. Also includes programming relating to Holocaust education. Programs, photographs, notes and newspaper clippings are included on other aspects of Jewish practice and history.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Collection contains material Richard Siggelkow kept while researching for his book, Dissent and Disruption: A University Under Siege, Buffalo, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, 1991. Also included are personal correspondence, essays, and clippings regarding his role as Dean of Students later Vice President for Student Affairs.Topics: Campus Unrest
Two scrapbooks, 1959-1968 and 1969-1970, containing photographs; newspaper clippings; invitations; and printed materials concerning the activities of the Sigma Kappa Phi sorority at the University of Buffalo; scrapbooks document such sorority events as rush; pledging; initiations; dances; fashion shows; parents weekends; parties; also the group's participation in campus events such as the Theta Chi Trike Race; the Pan-Hellenic Ball; and Homecoming.Topics: Student Life
Collection of Sigma Pi Phi Alpha Kappa Boule includes correspondence, minutes, committee reports, memorandum, newsletters and journals.Topics: Education History, Student Life
Correspondence concerning the Poetry Collection of Lockwood Library; reviews and correspondence regarding 1957 edition of James Joyce's Epiphanies, for which Silverman wrote the introduction and notes; drafts and reprints of article James Joyce: Paris--Buffalo; personal correspondence; notes on lectures given by Pierre Emmanuel, 1958-1959; and committee records.Topics: UB People
This collection consists of the files concerning school desegregation in Buffalo, New York that Sarah Simmons kept as a member of the Citizen's Commission on School Desegregation and the Emergency School Aid Act Advisory Committee. Includes grant proposals, notes, reports, and publications by Buffalo Public Schools.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Education History
The John B. Simpson and Satish K. Tripathi digital photographs documents the tenure of John B. Simpson through digital images of events, campus locations, and individuals associated with the University between 2004 and 2011. This collection also contains photographs from 2011-2012, during the first two years of Satish K. Tripathi tenure as the 15th President of the University at Buffalo.Topics: UB People, Photographs, Digital Collections
Institutional and personal greetings and gifts sent to John B. Simpson upon his inauguration as 14th President of the University at Buffalo. Series I consists of letters and notes, both personal as well as institutional. Series II consists of institutional greetings. Congratulatory gifts are found in Series III.Topics: UB People
The John B. Simpson mementos and trips collection is comprised of three distinct collections, each described in its own series: 4/14/1255, John B. Simpson United States Department of Education trip to Asia; 14/4/1257, John B. Simpson international visits mementos; and 14/4/1258, John B. Simpson gifts and citations. Simpson was the 14th President of the University at Buffalo.Topics: UB People
Photographs and CDs, containing digital photographs, of the university events under the leadership of President John B. Simpson.Topics: UB People, Photographs, Digital Collections
Personal Papers documenting aspects of the Small family in Buffalo, N.Y. Encompasses Alvin and Sylvia Small’s involvement in Temple Beth Zion and Alvin Small’s participation in local theatre for a number of different theater troops. Supplemented by Temple Beth Zion religious educational records relating to their children: Elisabeth and Bruce Small.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Collection relates to Cedric Smith's role as the Director of the Research Institute on Alcohol and Addictions. Includes correspondence, reports, memos, grants, clippings, and histories on the Institute.Topics: UB People
Papers represent Elizabeth Olmsted Smith's activities in the peace movement in Buffalo, New York, from 1933 to 1941, and from 1950 to 1975. Also included are personal papers (1923 to 1940) and materials concerning her work as a social worker (1949 to 1957).Topics: Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
The collection contains drafts and final copies of speeches and publications as well as M.A. and Ph.D. dissertations done under the direction of Henry Lee Smith. This collection supplements 22/8F/232, Henry Lee Smith Papers.Topics: UB People
Papers of Henry Lee Smith include information, articles, pamphlets, notes regarding linguistics; speeches, publicity information, correspondence. Additional material includes information from the Linguistic Society of America (LSA), including executive committee meeting data, correspondence, grants, brochures, directories, and general information. Includes information regarding television and radio work. Also includes U.S. Army language manuals as well as information on education of and correspondence with German POW.Topics: UB People
This collection contains working papers related to the Social History Project developed at York University Institute for Behavioural Research, November 1976. The initial project was based on a case study of the history of social structure and family organization in Hamilton, Ontario and Buffalo and rural Erie County, New York during the nineteenth century.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism
Papers of Harold M. Somers, dean of the School of Business Administration at the University of Buffalo from 1947-1961, consist of background information, business correspondence, and some manuscript drafts pertaining to numerous government committee memberships, budgetary and economic surveys in Erie County (NY) and New York State, and activities in professional organizations.Topics: UB People
Professional papers of Dr. Albert Somit which pertain to Dr. Somit's research, relations with fellow scholars, and the evaluation of the graduate political science program at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Of particular interest are the papers concerning "BIOS" (so called from the French version of its title, "International Investigation of the Biological Elements in the Crisis of the University") which include correspondence, research papers, and other items concerning a multi-national project to investigate the relationship between biological factors and student unrest in universities in the United States, Argentina, France, and elsewhere.Topics: Campus Unrest, UB People
Letters written by Stephen Soroka, 1967-1972 and 1980-1981, to State University of New York at Buffalo history professor Orville T. Murphy. Of particular interest are his observations of life and politics in Kenya, Tanzania, and Rhodesia while serving in the Peace Corps. In his personal response to the political concerns of the late 1960's and early 1970's, Soroka is representative of the thinking of a significant segment of the American public of that period.Topics: Social Activism
Students at the University at Buffalo launched a new newspaper in December 1950. The Spectrum succeeded the Bee (1921-1950) and Argus (1947-1950). This collection provides access to the first twelve years of the Spectrum. This award-winning newspaper has been published continuously since 1950, and three times a week it provides news stories and in-depth coverage of campus events and sports.
1950-1962 are available online; later issues are available in print in University Archives.Topics: Publications, Student Life, Digital Collections
The Squire Hall Demonstrations Records document student protests when the University at Buffalo converted the student union into a dental clinic for the Dental School, March 1982.Topics: Campus Unrest
Papers, primarily correspondence, pertaining to George Starbuck's refusal to sign the so-called "Feinberg Oath," a disclaimer of Communist Party membership required by the State of New York Education and Civil Service Law, and the resultant legal battle. Starbuck's case became part of Keyishian et al vs. the New York Board of Regents, which was settled by the US Supreme Court.
The papers include statements of the local American Association of University Professors and correspondence with Richard Lipsitz, Sr., lawyer of the "Keyishian" case. The papers also include correspondence with Kathleen Holmes concerning Starbuck's participation in the 1967 UB Spring Arts Festival.
This collection consists of the working files of Ronald H. Stein from his time as Assistant to the President. Prominent among these are files containing information about affirmative action initiatives, faculty and professional staff unions, and the University at Buffalo’s compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.Topics: Education History, UB People, University History Resources
A UB track and field uniform worn by Denis Sternberg '82 as a student athlete (1978-1982).Topics: Sports
Papers contain course notes and case notes maintained while a student at the University of Buffalo and in the clinic of Buffalo General Hospital (1877); typescripts of papers written by Stockton on various medical topics (1890s); a speech delivered to graduates of the Buffalo General Hospital (1891); and papers concerning the Franklin School of Buffalo (1894-1900).
This collection has not yet been processed. Permission to use unprocessed materials requires the approval of the University Archivist. Please contact University Archives for more information: 716-645-2916 or email@example.com.Topics: UB People
Proposal for a National Environmental Laboratory.Topics: UB People
Laboratory Notebooks on Molecular Biology and Bacterial Physiology kept by Norman Strauss, including research over his whole career in molecular biology and bacterial physiology conducted at NYU (1956-1958), Yale (1958-1964), and the State University of New York at Buffalo (1964-1990).Topics: UB People
Records of the Student Association of the State University of New York at Buffalo including minutes; letters; memoranda; and other papers.Topics: Student Life
Mementos of 1996 collected by State University of New York at Buffalo students during the sesquicentennial of the University and intended to remain sealed as a time capsule until 2046. The items were presented to President William R. Greiner at the 150th commencement on May 19, 1996.
This time capsule contains more than fifty items. The items relate to student life and information about the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1996.
Not to be opened until the bicentennial of the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2046.
Topics: Student Life, Ephemera, University History Resources
Minutes of the Student Senate (1967-1968), and its successor, the Student Coordinating Council and Polity (1968-1972).Topics: Student Life, Campus Unrest
This collection contains memorabilia, artifacts, and various materials from student life at the University at Buffalo.Topics: Student Life, Ephemera
This collection consists of posters advertising various student events related to the University at Buffalo. These events were sponsored and co-sponsored by student organizations.Topics: Student Life, Ephemera
A collection of unpublished student papers on Buffalo history. A list of titles is available arranged alphabetically by author.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History
A collection of student projects, School of Architecture and Planning.Topics: Design Archives, Buffalo and WNY History, Wright, Frank Lloyd
This collection consists of records for the University Union Activities Board (UUAB) including its constitution (1968/69), subsequent restructuring (1969/70-1971/72) and various UUAB sponsored events. Records for non-UUAB sponsored events are also included.Topics: Student Life
Records, 1970, pertaining to student unrest in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences assembled by Gloria Koontz, department secretary. Includes leaflets, memoranda, position papers and other materials.Topics: Campus Unrest, Ephemera, University History Resources
This collection includes announcements, letters and financial records, December 1967 to January 1968, concerning a fund to provide a year-end bonus to the Campus Police in recognition of their non-violent handling of a student demonstration against the Dow Chemical Company (manufacturers of napalm used by U. S. forces in the Vietnam War) on the University of Buffalo campus on December 18, 1967.Topics: Campus Unrest, University History Resources
Collection documents the activities of the National, New York State, Buffalo Chapter and the Erie County Suburban Chapter of the National Organization for Women, and Sonia Swanson's involvement as a member and an officer.Topics: Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
Records include clippings, correspondence, legislative bulletins, minutes, and newsletters concerning contract negotiations, Article 20, Article 38, and SUNY Health Science Centers. Zebulon Taintor was a member of the SPA Article 20 Committee, chairman of the Article 38 committee and later, president of the Buffalo Health Sciences SPA chapter. Article 20 of the contract between United University Professions (UUP) and the Office of Employee Relations of SUNY concerned salary settlements of professional faculty. Article 38 discussed management topics: promotion, tenure, faculty work load, and funding sources for research.Topics: UB People
Records kept by Lawrence A. Cappiello, Assistant to the Executive Vice President, on five task forces appointed by President Robert Ketter in 1970. Ketter established these task forces to study major issues facing the University at Buffalo. At that time, the University had experienced significant events, including campus unrest, an academic restructuring of the College of Arts and Sciences into Faculties, and planned expansion to the Amherst (North) campus. The task forces were Community Relations (Richard G. Brandenburg and Ralph W. Loew, chairs), University Community (Alan J. Drinnan, chair), University Governance (Donald W. Rennie, chair), University Organization (Daniel H. Murray, chair), and University Goals (Charles H. V. Ebert, chair). Each chair served as a general steering committee, preparing final reports and recommendations of the task forces forwarded to Ketter.
The collection has been minimally processed. However, descriptions of each task force and their charge can be found in the collection finding aid.Topics: University History Resources, Campus Unrest
Congregational papers documenting the religious, historic and cultural life of Temple Beth El from its beginnings in 1847 until 2006 just prior to merger with Shaarey Zedek to form Temple Beth Tzedek in 2008.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Temple Beth Israel (Niagara Falls, N.Y.) documenting aspects of Jewish community in Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Material includes minutes, newsletters, programs, photographs and newspaper clippings.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Papers documenting aspects of Temple Beth Shalom, Elma, NY based at Camp Centerland, Elma, NY.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Organizational papers documenting the religious and community activities of Temple Beth Zion synagogue. Includes photographs, ledgers, scrapbooks, correspondence, newspaper clippings, newsletters, flyers, certificates, architectural drawings and special format or oversize materials dating from 1864 to 2008. Includes materials created by auxiliaries, religious school, leadership, administration and clergy.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives, Digital Collections
Personal papers documenting volunteer activities of Gloria Tetewsky within three Jewish organizations in Buffalo. Includes newspaper clippings, newsletters, flyers and invitations relating to her volunteer service for Kehilat Shalom, Hadassah and Chabad House of Buffalo.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Collection includes membership rosters, newsletters, event invitations, schedules, committee work, anniversary files, and articles relating to The Women's Group. The Women's Group was started in 1983 by twenty women in Buffalo, New York as a way to network with and support other professional women. The Group meets monthly and consists of many "women firsts:" first woman Surrogate Court judge in Western New York, first woman president of the American Medical Association, and first woman editor of the Buffalo News, among others.Topics: Women's History in WNY
Professional papers pertaining primarily to Thorn's work on speech disorders at the Speech Clinic and in the Department of Speech Communication. Collection includes tape recordings of speech disorders used for class instruction and Thorn's papers as a member of the Committee on the Evaluation of the Student Constitution at the University of Buffalo.Topics: UB People
The collection contains material related to Amy Ruth Tobol's academic and extracurricular pursuits at the State University of New York at Buffalo, including extensive involvement in the Anti-Rape Task Force and the Women's Studies Program. Also included are papers which reflect Tobol's positions within the National Lawyers Guild including extensive documentation on her participation in the 12th World Festival of Youth Students (Moscow, 1985).Topics: Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
Correspondence, notes, minutes, and clippings regarding work on various University at Buffalo committees, including Fenton Lectures Committee (1965-1967); Faculty Senate Committees (1964-1968); and the Faculty Advisory Committee on Presidential Selection, (1965-1966). Also, papers as chairman of the Schools Committee - Parkside Community Association (1961-1968) regarding integration of Buffalo Schools -- especially PS 54; and the Lenhoff Memorial edited by Touster in honor of a former professor at the University at Buffalo School of Law (1965-1968).Topics: UB People
Concerns theatre at UB, including minutes, Blue Masquers, programs, tickets, photos, clippings, correspondence, and recordings of plays on the radio.Topics: UB People, Student Life, Ephemera
A collection of twentieth century political and social pamphlets issued in the United States, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, China, and elsewhere; includes 28 pamphlets illustrating life in the Soviet Union designed for distribution at the Soviet World of Tomorrow pavilion at the 1939 New York World's Fair.Topics: Social Activism
The Alumni Association of the University of Buffalo was established in 1926 and began a quarterly publication for graduates of all divisions of the university. This was the first publication for alumni issued by the university. The Alumni News of University of Buffalo was followed by University of Buffalo News, University of Buffalo Alumni Council Bulletin, and University of Buffalo Alumni Bulletin communicated news about the university and its alumni from 1926 until the private University of Buffalo merged into the State University of New York.Topics: Publications, Digital Collections
This collection contains general history files on University at Buffalo Athletics, from 1970-1985. Collected materials include sports schedules, press releases, sports statistics, etc. The bulk of this collection is from 1970-1980.Topics: Sports, UB History
Two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings relating to campus unrest at the University at Buffalo in 1970. Volume 1 consists of Buffalo Courier Express clippings, dated February 26 to April 15, 1970. Volume 2 contains Buffalo Evening News clippings, February 26 to April 16, 1970. Topics include Buffalo police on campus, ROTC protests, establishment of experimental colleges, and Acting President Dr. Peter F. Regan.Topics: Campus Unrest
This database provides access to finding aids for institutional and manuscript collections in the University Archives. Finding aids include information on the contents of a collection such as size, arrangement, and an inventory of materials.
Note: The database does not represent all archival collections; additional collections are described in the University Libraries Catalog.Topics: University History Resources
University Archives maintains files on many UB faculty, staff, and others associated with the university. Materials contained in each file varies, but can include portraits, clippings, obituaries, publications, and/or curriculum vitae.Topics: UB People, Photographs, University History Resources
Mechanical art and layouts for the Reporter, UB's publication for faculty and staff, from the 1970s and 1980s.Topics: Publications
The State University of New York at Buffalo Salary Roster is available for inspection in the University Archives during regular business hours (Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)
The Salary Roster is compiled by the UB Department of Human Resource Services and updated annually, late in the calendar year.
Salaries are included for all state salaried positions including graduate and teaching assistants (GAs and TAs). Non-State funded positions and student assistants are not included.
The Salary Roster is arranged alphabetically by employee name. Appointment type and department affiliation are provided.
Photocopying of the Salary Roster is not permitted.
Salary information is not provided over the telephone or via e-mail inquiry.Topics: University History Resources
This collection covers the early years of University at Buffalo athletics. The collection will continue to grow in phases and will eventually encompass all UB intercollegiate sports teams (both men’s and women’s) from their beginnings to the present day.Topics: Sports, University History Resources, Digital Collections
Copies of UB Today article on campus unrest at the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1970 and artifacts and written recollections provided by alumni who were students at the university during the period of unrest.Topics: Campus Unrest
Print and digital copies of UB Today, alumni magazine of the University at Buffalo.Topics: Publications, Digital Collections
Materials related to the UB 2020 strategic planning process.Topics: Education History
Oral histories of Georgia Burnette, Gwendolyn Greene, Thelma Hardiman, Eva Noles, Garnet Hicks Wallace conducted by Peggy Brook-Bertram and Barbara Seals Nevergold of the Uncrowned Queens Institute for Research and Education on Women, IncTopics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism, Women's History in WNY, Oral History
This collection contains records and materials used in preparation and implementation of the General Education Program and the UB Curriculum.Topics: Education History
Division of Undergraduate Education records, from 1969-1979. Included in this collection are records on Latin Honors, Academic Planning, and other various administrative records and reports.Topics: Education History
The Undergraduate Research Council is a special committee of the Student Association which funds undergraduate research projects. Records of grant recipients; may include applications; budgets; correspondence; and research reports.Topics: Student Life
A collection of boxed items, including china, silver, brass. Some items from the Capen, Lockwood, and Hochstetter estates.Topics: University History Resources
Over 130 16mm films in University Archives have now been digitized and are available for view online. Among the footage are the annual Moving Up Day parades, commencements, football games, marching band formations, student unrest, and campus construction. Some gems were uncovered, including rare footage of the interior of the Darwin Martin house, mid-century downtown Buffalo, Lionel Hampton, and a Buffalo Sabres vs. Buffalo Norsemen hockey game.Topics: Audio/Visual Collections, Buffalo and WNY History, Campus Unrest, Design Archives, Digital Collections, Sports, Student Life, UB People, University History Resources, Wright, Frank Lloyd
The University Archives Oral History collection contains taped interviews with members of the University at Buffalo community, and the paper records associated with each interview. Those interviewed include administrators, alumni, faculty, staff, and UB Council members. Although covering some 25 years, the bulk of the collection consists of interviews conducted in 1978-1979. The interviews offer a wide range of topics and offers personal insight into University history by those that lived it. A majority of the interviews were conducted by part-time University Archives staff members Jenny Peterzell and Brenda Shelton. Other interviewers include then Head Archivist Shonnie Finnegan and Josephine Capuana.Topics: Audio/Visual collections, Buffalo and WNY History, Education History, Oral History, Digital Collections
A portion of the University Communications Photo Database is maintained by University Archives. Currently, photographs from 1980 to 2008 are available to search and download for personal, research use only.Topics: Photographs
This collection consists of records of the University at Buffalo Council. Including, information on council members, council committees, commissions, policies and other council matters.Topics: University History Resources
This collection contains memorabilia, artifacts, and various materials related to the University at Buffalo, exclusive of student life.Topics: Ephemera
An artificial collection created for miscellaneous oversize documents not associated with a university record, faculty paper, or manuscript collection, or with other ephemera or artifacts collections. Diplomas are not part of this artificial collection.Topics: Ephemera
Three Chancellor's medals presented between 1925 and 1951.Topics: University History Resources
Collection of mugs commemorating activities and events at the State University of New York at Buffalo.Topics: Ephemera
University Ephemera, Artifacts, and Iconography, Diplomas Other than University of Buffalo, Certificates, circa 1895-1962
This collection contains diplomas from institutions other than University of Buffalo and certificates that were awarded from the University of Buffalo.Topics: Ephemera
Silver medallion and chain created for the President of the University at Buffalo.Topics: University History Resources
Files concerning campus unrest at the State University of New York at Buffalo including magazine articles; newspaper clippings; leaflets; press releases; reports; and other materials.Topics: Campus Unrest, University History Resources
Articles and newspaper clippings on student unrest, circa 1964-1973, particularly concerning opposition to the war in Vietnam, at colleges and universities in the United States (other than the State University of New York at Buffalo), collected by the University Information Services, State University of New York at Buffalo.Topics: Campus Unrest, University History Resources, Ephemera
Files, 1967-1971, containing background information about university events including drafts of news releases; statements of university officials; copies of programs; leaflets; and other relevant material. Most of the folders pertain to student unrest in the late 1960s; files also contain information about administrative appointments; conferences; athletic events; and other university events.Topics: Campus Unrest, University History Resources
Correspondence, reports, contracts, clippings, brochures and other documentation relating to the University of Buffalo during the time of World War II, including information on war service opportunities from the American Council on Education; the Army, Air Force, and Navy at UB; housing of troops at colleges; and an honor roll of University alumni killed in the war.Topics: University History Resources, Buffalo and WNY History, Student Life
Examinations from the University of the State of New York. Includes history, geography, math, bookkeeping, botany, civics, and physiology.Topics: Education History, Student Life
Subject files of UB's department of University Relations, circa 1963-1985.Topics: University History Resources
Reports and memos regarding Upward Bound and College Bound, precursors to the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP). UB's EOP program was one of the first in the nation.
College Bound began as a pilot project in Summer, 1965 to assist educationally and economically disadvantaged students transition to college. A companion program, Upward Bound, which began in Fall 1966, sought to identify area high school students for mentorship in education. Upward Bound students were invited to campus, and assigned tutors to assist each student with school work, personal problems, and plans for the future.
Topics: Education History
Manuscript for Labor Organizations: a macro-and micro-sociological analysis on a comparative basis published in 1970. Collection includes typescript of published book with author's and publisher's corrections.Topics: UB People
The Vietnamese Immigration Collection documents the experience of Vietnamese nationals who left their country during the collapse of the South Vietnamese government in April 1975, and were subsequently resettled in the United States.Topics: Oral History
The bulk of the collection is surrogate court records (1942) and estate correspondence regarding Dr. Abram L. Weil, collected by his brother Walter Weil, executor of Abram's will.
Also included is the will (1974) of Isador J. Warner (of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), and certificates (1891-1892) about Nathan Friedenberg (of Suspension Bridge Village, Niagara County).
Jean Ertell Weil memorabilia, 1938-1939, includes ephemera from Ms. Ertell Weil’s time at the University at Buffalo as a student.Topics: Student Life, Ephemera
Materials documenting aspects of the work and history of the Rosa Coplon Jewish Home and Infirmary and Weinberg Campus Women’s League.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Organizational and personal papers documenting aspects of Jewish War Veterans, Post 25 and the role of Herman Weinstein. Materials include minutes, newsletters, programs, financial statements, clippings, photographs and material culture.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Description to come.Personal papers documenting aspects of activism in Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Material includes minutes, newsletters, programs, photographs, speeches, research notes, testimonies and newspaper clippings relating to environmental issues, education, and Israel Advocacy.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Papers include correspondence and other papers concerning a proposed study of youth attitudes, a proposal to the Ford Foundation relating to the early development of the Council on International Studies at the State University of New York at Buffalo, and papers on an interdisciplinary seminar on Africa.Topics: UB People
Collection of Westwood Country Club, 1945-1995, includes minutes, resolutions, correspondence, annual reports, scrapbooks and photographs relating to the administrative and leisure activities of the Country Club.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives
Additional papers of Marian E. White concerning her research, teaching and participation in departmental activities in the Department of Anthropology. Materials include research proposals, documentation of salvage efforts, and course materials such as copies of exams, syllabi, and student evaluation. This collection supplements 22/9F/422, Marian E. White Papers.Topics: UB People
The collection contains drafts of papers and articles as well as other materials relating to Marian White's work on the prehistory and ethnohistory of the Iroquois and other Native American groups in New York State. Also included are detailed course notes from graduate work at the University of Michigan and personal memorabilia.Topics: UB People
Four photographs of the exterior of Hayes Hall on the campus of the University of Buffalo. Five additional photographs of other area sites. Photographs taken by Jane Railton (later Willis).Topics: Student Life, Photographs
The John Gibson Winans papers, 1930-1982 (bulk 1940-1953) contains the personal and professional papers of J. Gibson Winans, mainly from his affiliation with the University of Wisconsin and Sylvania Electric Products Inc. Included in the collection are correspondence pertaining to professional activities such as conferences and research, as well as early indications of Winans' eventual involvement in politics (including a letter from Senator Joseph McCarthy). Research reports, notes on physics and other topics, teaching materials, documents related to Winans' publication history, and other miscellaneous items make up of the rest of the collection.Topics: UB People
Photographs taken for the 1934 Buffalonian yearbook.Topics: Photographs, Student Life
Collection of the club's constitution and bylaws, annual calendars, reading lists, histories, and miscellaneous items.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
Scrapbooks kept by Jeanette Scudder, Dean of Women, including Cap and Gown (1924-1964); and Alpha Lambda Delta (1958).Topics: Student Life
Included are minutes, newsletters, subject and background files, correspondence, and scrapbooks that reflect the internal and external activities of the branch and the activities of the US section, branch legislative files which consist of correspondence, newsletters, legislative reports, memoranda, pamphlets, and other materials, pertaining to local and national policy positions of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and actions taken by the Buffalo Branch to influence legislation and to support the general cause of peace and international understanding, items sent to local legislative chairmen by the national office of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, correspondence with congress people and the news media, information on workshops and lectures sponsored by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, as well as curriculum materials for grade school children explaining the role of the United Nations in world peace.Topics: Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
Materials related to the Women's Studies College from 1971-1987 at the State University of New York at Buffalo, including correspondence, petitions, charter drafts, and other materials.Topics: Education History, Women's History in WNY
This website was created as part of the Women's Work exhibition held in University Archives in 2004, which focused on the achievements and contributions of women faculty, staff, and administration to the University at Buffalo over the past 100 years.
The website includes all of the biographies of the 80+ women selected for the exhibit, samples from oral histories with some of the women, and examples of UB women's work: programs for and reviews of Sylvia Dimiziani's concerts, Susan Howe's poetry, a short movie directed by Meg Knowles, clips of Virginia Leary speaking at a teach-in, and a radio interview with Helen Lyman among others.Topics: University History Resources, Women’s History in WNY, Digital Collections, Digital Collections, University History Resources, Women's History in WNY
Include materials on research, lecture notes, reports, theses and dissertations by his students, correspondence, university and state committees.Topics: UB People
Correspondence between Darwin D. Martin of Buffalo, New York and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, concerning the Wright designed homes for the Martin family.Topics: Design Archives, Wright, Frank Lloyd
The collection contains research material on school integration including press clippings, speeches, and correspondence related to efforts to integrate the school system of Buffalo, New York as well as other civil rights issues including the 1963 March on Washington. Collection also includes personal memorabilia and family papers.Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Education History, Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
Collection contains papers relating to the Grosof, Gross, and Yeracaris hospital study later compiled into Social Causes of Labor Turnover in Modern Hospitals, published by the University of Buffalo Department of Sociology in 1966. Papers include drafts, projects, general background, correspondence, hospital surveys, interviews, statistics, demographic and census data. Hospitals examined include Beth-El, Buffalo General, Millard Fillmore, Our Lady of Victory and South Buffalo Mercy.Topics: UB People
Papers of Eleanore Zaengle, student of Millard Fillmore College, likely in 1937-1938. Most papers relate to a class (or classes) in journalism. Also included is a miniature Millard Fillmore College pennant.Topics: Education History
Papers documenting aspects of special activities held within the Jewish community in observation of community milestones and other organizational activities, as well as programs featuring prominent individuals originally from Buffalo.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
Personal papers documenting aspects of Jewish community life in Buffalo through the activities of both J. Milton and Amy Zeckhauser. Materials includes minutes, newsletters, programs, photographs and newspaper clippings relating to the Westwood Country Club, Temple Beth Zion, Israel Expo, Brandeis University National Women Committee, National Council of Jewish Women, Jewish Federation of Buffalo, and the Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo among others.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
This collection documents the activities of Zonta International District IV. The records consist mainly of minutes, reports, club newsletters, event flyers, and memorabilia. District and club history is documented through scrapbooks and written histories, as well as through video cassette recordings of events.Topics: Women’s History in WNY
The historical records of Zonta International, a professional women's executive club, document the organization's activities between 1919 and 1944.Topics: Women’s History in WNY
Publications of Zonta International and its Buffalo Chapter including the Zontian (1920-2010) and Zontafax (1920-2010).Topics: Women’s History in WNY
This collection documents the activities of the Buffalo chapter of Zonta International, a professional women's executive club. The records consist mainly of minutes, committee reports, financial and membership records, correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia.Topics: Women’s History in WNY