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Audiovisual records, undated

Identifier: V

Scope and Contents

Series V. Audiovisual records contains various audiocassettes and mini digital video cassettes related to research conducted by Colin G. Drury. Archives staff was unable to determine the dates of the majority of the media.


  • undated


Language of Materials

From the Collection:

Majority in English, some in Chinese.


This series has been minimally processed. Where identifiable, privacy protected information (including but not limited to certain educational, medical, financial, criminal, attorney-client, and/or personnel records) has been removed or redacted. However, some privacy protected information may be revealed during use of archival collections, particularly in collections that are unprocessed or have been minimally processed. Researchers agree to make no notes or other recordation of privacy protected information if found within the archival collections, and further agree not to publish, publicize, or disclose such information to any other party for any purpose if found within the archival collections.


From the Collection: 10.4 Linear Feet (9 record cartons, 4 manuscript boxes)

From the Collection: 142.494 Gigabytes (Approximately 184,000 files)

Technical Requirements

Please note that the University Archives may be unable to provide complete access to all the audiovisual files described in this series due to lack of required playback equipment. Please contact the University Archives for more information.


Forty-five microcassettes (microcassettes numbered 2016-007-072 through 2016-007-116) and associated documentation from the "Communications Networks and Decision Making Processes After a Snowstorm Disaster Event" preliminary study conducted by the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University at Buffalo, primary investigator Clara Martin, faculty sponsor Dr. Colin Drury, were destroyed by the University Archives as instructed in the confidentiality clause of the Voluntary Informed Consent document.

Repository Details

Part of the University Archives Repository

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