State University of New York at Buffalo. Archival resources
Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Architectural fragments from the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Imperial Hotel (Tokyo, Japan), collected by Edgar Tafel. The fragments include blocks, tiles, bricks, one window and one copper exterior piece.
This collection contains records related to the Darwin D. Martin House while it was overseen by the University at Buffalo's School of Architecture and Planning. Also included are surveys, studies and other documents related to the Darwin D. Martin House Historic Structure Report.
The Gifted Math Program records include correspondence, program evaluations, grants, awards, information about curriculum, research and support materials for the program beginning from its inception as a Saturday enrichment program and beyond.
This collection consists of a Camp Fire Girls ceremonial uniform that was owned by Beth Hamstra and her grandmother Clara Jane Rettew. The emblems and beads on the uniform signify awards and achievements earned by both Hamstra and Rettew. A key to the beads and the swimming emblems can be found in the collection and collection's accession file.
1993 World University Games materials collected by Bruce A. Kolesnick.
Surveys, studies, reports and manuals regarding the restoration of the Darwin D. Martin House, 1990-1997.
Includes drafts of chapters from "Silent Rape" and a manuscript for "West Valley: the Insecure Landfill," by Carol Mongerson. Additional materials concern nuclear waste in West Valley and Tonawanda, New York, and Carol Mongerson's obituary.
Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron of New York Chapter records.
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, and the proposed Butterfly Bridge. Collection consists of correspondence, clippings, drawings, publications, photographs and photograph negatives.
The St. Philip’s Episcopal Church records comprise materials documenting church history and vital records from the congregation, primarily in the form of bound volumes of vestry meeting minutes, records of service, and parish registers. Founded in 1861, St. Philip’s Episcopal Church is a historically Black church that continues operation today.
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.
A collection of web sites that relate to the operation of the university in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, web sites that document the communication efforts of the university to the wider university community, web sites that document policies created and implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and web sites that complement the University Archives’ existing collecting areas including student publications.
- Black-and-white photographs 4
- Photographs 3
- Student life 3
- Administrative records 2
- Alumni and alumnae 2
- CD-ROMs 2
- Campus planning -- New York (State) -- Buffalo 2
- Color photographs 2
- Correspondence 2
- Darwin D. Martin House (Buffalo, N.Y.) 2
- Digital images 2
- Ephemera 2
- Girls -- Societies and clubs 2
- Greek letter societies -- New York (State) -- Buffalo 2
- Memorabilia 2
- Negatives (photographic) 2
- Web archives 2
- AALL publications series 1
- Academic librarians -- New York (State) 1
- Academic librarians -- New York (State) -- Faculty status 1 + ∧ less