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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