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- Correspondence 61
- Photographs 49
- Jews -- New York (State) -- Buffalo Region -- Archives 35
- Judaism -- United States -- History 35
- Jews -- New York (State) -- Western New York Region -- Religion 33
- Fliers (printed matter) 32
- Jews -- New York (State) -- Western New York Region -- Social life and customs 31
- Minutes (administrative records) 30
- Pamphlets 29
- Scrapbooks 28
- Ephemera 25
- Programs (documents) 24
- Invitations 19
- Reports 16
- Black-and-white photographs 15
- Newsletters 15
- Speeches (documents) 13
- Color photographs 8
- Administrative records 7 + ∧ less
- State University of New York at Buffalo 46
- Jewish Buffalo Archives Project 41
- Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo 15
- Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo 14
- Bureau of Jewish Education (Buffalo, N.Y.) 11
- Temple Beth El (Buffalo, N.Y.) 8
- Campus Unrest at the University at Buffalo Collection (State University of New York at Buffalo) 6
- Furnas, Sparkle Moore 6
- Temple Beth Zion (Buffalo, N.Y.) 6
- University of Buffalo 6
- Hillel (Buffalo, N.Y.) 5
- Temple Sinai (Amherst, N.Y.) 5
- Buffalo and Western New York Architecture Collection (State University of New York at Buffalo) 4
- Furnas, C. C. (Clifford Cook), 1900-1969 4
- Jewish Book Fair (Buffalo, N.Y.) 4
- Camp Lakeland (Franklinville, N.Y.) 3
- Jewish Fresh Air Camp Association (Buffalo, N.Y.) 3
- Jewish War Veterans. Buffalo Frontier Post 25 3
- Selling, Muriel 3 + ∧ less
Diaries and personal papers of Fred M. Ackerson which document life in Niagara County, New York, and a professional legal and judicial career in the late 19th and 20th centuries. Also includes diaries of Fred's wife and parents and those of his son, Charles F. Ackerson who lived in Olean, (Cattaraugus County) New York.
This collection (filed under 22/6F/204 and 22/6F/358) contains material regarding Selig Adler's studies at the University of Buffalo (1928-1931), his graduate work at the University of Illinois (1931-1934), and notes, drafts and copies of Adler's research on American foreign policy, isolationism, and United States-Israel relations. The collection also includes material from Adler's career at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
The papers of Milton C. Albrecht, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, 1958-1965, include notebooks, appointment books, faculty reprints, memorabilia and audio recordings.
The William S. Allen papers contains correspondence, scholarly papers, written speeches, audio visual material, clippings, reports, and photographs that document the personal and professional work of William Sheridan Allen, an historian and scholar of Germany history and the rise of the Nazi Party.
The American Association of University Women Buffalo Branch Records include such records as history files, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, financial documents, correspondence, various publications that the organization distributes and conferences/special events.
This collections consists of records and publications from the Western New York Section of the American Chemical Society dating from its inception in 1896.
Records of the American Jewish Committee - Buffalo/Niagara Chapter primarily from its final 20 years of operation documenting interfaith and Jewish heritage programming and community awards.
Papers of G. Lester Anderson including correspondence, drafts of papers and speeches, reprints, reports, bibliographies, clippings, photos, and other materials relating to Anderson's role as a consultant to various institutions of higher education. Also includes his association with various other organizations.
Papers of G. Lester Anderson including correspondence, drafts of papers and speeches, reprints, reports, bibliographies, clippings, photos, and other materials relating to Anderson's role as a consultant to various institutions of higher education. Also includes his working papers for his study of the merger of the University of Buffalo with the State University of New York, and his association with various other organizations.
Papers either produced or collected by Anthony Novitsky that document opposition to the Vietnamese Conflict. A number of organizations are represented. Also included is an oral history interview taped by Christopher Densmore, University Archives, July 25, 1978 that covers Novitsky's activities in the Catholic peace movement, the anti-war movement in Buffalo, and his recollections of various individuals and organizations in Buffalo during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
The personal papers and professional papers of Pierre L. Aubéry. Collection contains correspondence, research material, publications and clippings.
Research on Mécislas Golberg for Aubéry's work, Mécislas Golberg: anarchiste et décadent, 1868-1907: biographie intellectuelle, suivie de fragments inedits de son journal.
Personal scrapbook of Arline Gelman recording the activities of the Buffalo, (New York) Chapter of the Brandeis University National Women's Committee, 1986-2004.
Personal papers documenting the lives of Ida and David Bregger on their farm in Darien Center, N.Y., as well as Jewish life on the East Side of Buffalo, N.Y. Material includes loan documentation, photographs, personal correspondence, recipes, ephemera and newspaper clippings.
Records of the Buffalo Studies Group including correspondence, mailing lists, membership forms, bibliographies, and other documents.
Files related to ceremonies for buildings at the State University of New York at Buffalo from 1968-1987.
The Business and Professional Women's Club of Buffalo collection documents the organizational activities between 1934 and 1998.
This collection contains materials related to campus unrest at the University at Buffalo, 1965-1990. Included are materials regarding the "Faculty 45," and artifacts such as buttons, strike flags, banners, a tear gas canister, and a recording of the "Hayes Hall Blues," a song about the "Faculty 45."
Clippings from newspapers in the Buffalo, N.Y. area reporting on campus unrest at the State University of New York at Buffalo between 1964 and 1975.
Interviews, chronologies and surveys collected by social psychologists, Dean G. Pruitt and James Gahagan pertaining to the events on the South campus of the State University of New York at Buffalo mainly from February to April 1970.
The collection contains correspondence, news clippings, policy statements, printed materials, and speech notes, reflecting the actions the Citizens' Council on Human Relations (CCHR) while seeking to end discrimination, particularly against African-Americans, in Buffalo, N.Y. There are also organizational files, consisting of by-laws, newsletters and membership lists, which reflect the internal workings of CCHR itself.
This collection contains the papers kept by Citizen's Task Force on Racism member and University at Buffalo History professor, David Gerber. It includes meeting minutes, correspondence, and newspaper clippings concerning the activities of the Task Force. The collection primarily documents the Task Force's surveillance of the Ku Klux Klan and Neo-Nazism in Buffalo, New York.
Cleanup and Restoration of the Beth Jacob Cemetery Records document mainly the cemetery inscriptions, and Joshua Finkelstein’s leadership activities of Cleanup and Restoration of the Beth Jacob Cemetery in 2008.
Collection of materials from former Dean of the State University of New York at Buffalo's School of Architecture and Environmental Design, Harold L. Cohen and his wife Mary D. Cohen. Includes extensive project files (sketches, reports, designs, photographs), business and professional correspondence, publications, personal papers, exhibits and exhibit plans, and audio/visual materials.
Records of the celebration of the 75th Anniversary of Arts and Sciences education at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Collection includes minutes, publications, correspondence, artifacts, framed prints, memorabilia and photographs relating to the Coplon family's involvement in the Rosa Coplon (Jewish Old Folks) Home, Temple Beth El and Temple Beth Zion, and the personal records of David Hascal Coplon, Minnie Greene Coplon, Alva Coplon Barozzi, and the extended Coplon and Greene families.
The Deborah Cornell Colwell collection on Katharine Cornell contains items related to Katharine Cornell’s career and legacy, including newspaper clippings, photos, and a book.
The records and department planning materials of Gerald O'Grady and the Department of Media Study.
The Elizabeth Dribben collection on Katharine Cornell contains papers and physical ephemera associated with Cornell’s career and life, and Dribben’s production of the documentary “Katharine Cornell: A Lady of the Theater.”