Early University ephemera
Scope and Contents
This collection contains ephemera from the departments of dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, law, and analytical chemistry, including lecture schedules, commencement invitations and programs, department calendars, items from events, examinations, medals, and licenses. Also included are general University ephemera, including parking permits, medals, pins, reunion materials, invitations, posters, programs, seals, and buttons, as well as an Ellicott Complex Dedication program signed by Governor Hugh L. Carey.
Terms of Access and Use
Early University ephemera 1968-1992 is open to researchers.
Copyright is held by The State University of New York at Buffalo, University Archives. Copyright in other papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns. Researchers must obtain the written permission of the holder(s) of copyright and the University Archives before publishing quotations from materials in the collection. Most papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures unless otherwise specified.
4.42 Linear Feet (2 legal manuscript boxes, 1 map case drawer)
Language of Materials
Early University ephemera including schedules, invitations, programs, medals, and other items from the departments of dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, chemistry, and law. Also includes general UB ephemera.
This collection is organized into six series: I. Dental School, II. Medical School, III. Pharmacy School, IV. Law School, V. Analytical Chemistry, VI. General.
This collection is an amalgamation of a variety of donations accessioned to the University Archives from 1972-1998.
Accruals and Additions
Additional accruals are expected.
Processed by Archives staff; finding aid encoded by Grace Trimper, August 2018.
- Finding Aid for Early University ephemera
- Finding aid prepared by Archives Staff
- May 2015
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