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State University of New York at Buffalo

 Organization
Found in 206 Collections and/or Records:

Jacob Kramer papers

 Collection — Box: 1-2
Identifier: MS-0057
Overview This collection documents Jacob Kramer's experience in the Spanish Civil War and as a non-traditional college student. It also documents his political activism for the communist party and includes correspondence, awards, memoirs, research papers, notes, and clippings.

Paul Krehbiel Campus Unrest collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 3-5-821
Overview Papers 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 bulk of the material is dated from circa 1968-1970, except Krehbiel’s later organizational interests, which dates from 2000.

Joyce Lehmann's Albright Art School collection

 Collection — Box: 1-4
Identifier: 16-2-1196
Overview Collection includes a dissertation and catalogs, notes and recorded interviews Ms. Lehman collected for her dissertation, The "Albright Art School" of the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy: 1887-1954 (New York).

Mark Pawlak collection on Denise Levertov

 Collection
Identifier: PCMS-0058
Overview Poet, essayist, editor, translator, and teacher Denise Levertov was an important voice in the American avant-garde and was particularly involved in anti-war and anti-nuclear activism, co-initiating Writers and Artists Protest against the War in Vietnam. She served as poetry editor of the Nation (1961-1962) and Mother Jones (1976-1978) and taught at a number of universities, including City College (CUNY); University of California, Berkeley; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Tufts...

Richard Lipsitz, Sr. papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-0005
Overview 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.

Location, Location, Location: A Special History of the University of/at Buffalo

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 3-3-1128
Overview Collection contains the documents, reports and other materials used in the writing of the book Location, Location, Location: A Special History of the University of'/at Buffalo by William R. Greiner and Thomas Headrick.

Thomas B. Lockwood papers

 Collection — Box: 1-8, 9+-15+, MC 4.15
Identifier: MS-0011
Overview 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.

Manuel D. Lopez papers

 Collection — Box: 1-3
Identifier: 13-10-104
Overview 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 (1971-1981); annual reports (1973-1981); papers concerning planning for a new library on...

Helen H. Lyman papers

 Collection — Box: 1-35
Identifier: 45-F-1000
Overview 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.

Benjamin H. Lyndon papers

 Collection — Box: 1-20
Identifier: 35-F-639
Overview Correspondence and professional papers, 1951-1973, of Benjamin H. Lyndon, Dean of the School of Social Work at the University at Buffalo, 1956-1968.