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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