President Barack Obama's Visit to the University at Buffalo records
Scope and Contents
President Barack Obama's Visit to the University at Buffalo records were created during President Barack Obama's visit to the the University at Buffalo. Records include correspondence, announcements, newspaper clippings and admission tickets.
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The President Barack Obama's Visit to the University at Buffalo records, 2013 are open to researchers.
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President Barack Obama visited the University at Buffalo on August 22, 2013 as part of his tour of upstate New York and Pennsylvania. His talk in front of 7,200 people at Alumni Arena focused on college reform and the cost of higher education.
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Language of Materials
Records from President Barack Obama's visit to the University at Buffalo in August 2013.
These records are arranged by type of material.
This is an artificial collection gathered by University Archives staff to document President Barak Obama's visit to the University at Buffalo in 2013.
Accruals and Additions
No further accruals are expected to this collection.
Processed by Sarah Pinard, December 2016.
Finding aid encoded by Sarah Pinard, December 2016.
- Finding Aid for President Barack Obama's Visit to the University at Buffalo records
- Finding aid prepared by Sarah Pinard.
- December 2016
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