Photocopies- American Association of University Women Clippings from scrapbooks, 1937-1969
The Publications series includes items that were written and published by AAUW (such as pamphlets, magazines, flyers, promotional materials and journals that are association-wide) and items that the AAUW found to be of interest from various government and private institutions.
The Programs of Events (organized by year) can be found in the Special Events Series.
In regards to the Paid Loans and Write Offs: The original file folders that housed the paid loans and write off documents were disposed of and archival folders are now used. In order to preserve the writing that was on the cover of the original folders, the covers were photocopied. These copies were placed in the beginning of the new folders.
There were multiple copies of the newsletters, the duplicates were disposed of. The newsletters are now housed in collection MS 39.1.
The newspaper clippings were photocopied for preservation purposes and the originals were discarded.
The collection contains several scrapbooks. In order to preserve the originals, which are extremely fragile, only the photocopies are allowed to be used for research.
Terms of Access
There are materials in the collection that contain personal and financial information on individuals. Those files are restricted. Pursuant to University Archives Restricted Records Policy regarding personally identifiable information, the contents of folder Rosters, 2004-2019 may only be accessed onsite within the library at this time.
Special Viewing InstructionsAccess to digital material provided via the University Archives’ Digital Archives online repository.
From the Collection: 44.5 Linear Feet (52 manuscript boxes, 1 flip-top document case manuscript box, 12 half manuscript boxes, 2 cartons, 1 oversize box, 3 metal files, 1 clamshell box, 13 flat boxes)
From the Collection: 0.024 Gigabytes (11 files)
Locations of Originals
- From the Collection: American Association of University Women. Buffalo Branch (N.Y.) (Organization)