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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
Documenting the University at Buffalo Community Experience during COVID-19 Pandemic collection, 2020
Documenting the University at Buffalo Community Experience during COVID-19 Pandemic collection, 2020 contains materials submitted by University at Buffalo faculty, staff, and students sharing their experiences living, learning, and teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic.Topics: University History Resources, Education History, Photographs, Audio/Visual Collections, Student Life, Buffalo and Western NY History
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