Fillmore, Millard, 1800-1874
The 13th President of the United States, Milliard Fillmore (1800-1874), was a founder of the University of Buffalo and held the mainly ceremonial title of Chancellor from 1846 to 1874. During his tenure as Chancellor Fillmore also served as Comptroller of New York State (1848-1849) and Vice President (1849-1850) and President (1850-1852) of the United States. He was the founder of many organizations in Buffalo including the Buffalo Club and Buffalo Historical Society (now the Buffalo History Museum).
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Millard Fillmore Commemoration Event collection
Invitations, clippings, and speech transcripts (incomplete) for the annual Millard Fillmore Commemoration event.
Millard Fillmore papers
Papers include correspondence, memoranda, notebooks, library catalog, and other documents regarding Millard Fillmore, the first Chancellor of the University of Buffalo and the thirteenth President of the United States.
E.P. Sears Autographs album
An album of autographs collected by E.P. Sears, a Buffalo attorney. Autographs are from prominent Western New York residents, New York State and nationally-known businessmen, politicians, authors and cultural figures.
- Autograph albums 1
- Correspondence 1
- Invitations 1
- Letters (correspondence) 1
- Memorandums 1