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- Clippings (information artifacts) 15
- Correspondence 13
- Photographs 10
- Scrapbooks 9
- Women -- New York (State) -- Buffalo -- Societies and clubs 9
- Minutes (administrative records) 8
- Newsletters 8
- Black-and-white photographs 5
- Women -- United States -- Societies and clubs 5
- Women in the theater -- New York (State) -- New York -- History -- 20th Century 5
- Audiotapes 4
- Color slides 4
- Physiology 4
- Women -- New York (State) -- Buffalo -- Societies, etc. 4
- Women -- Social networks -- New York (State) -- Buffalo 4
- Women divers -- Japan 4
- Women divers -- Korea 4
- African American women -- New York (State) -- Buffalo 3
- African Americans -- New York (State) -- Buffalo 3
- Books 3 + ∧ less
- University Archives 59
- State University of New York at Buffalo 24
- Women's History in Buffalo and Western New York Collection (State University of New York at Buffalo) 10
- Cornell, Katharine, 1893-1974 5
- Women's Club (State University of New York at Buffalo) 4
- Zonta International 4
- Hong, Suk-Ki 3
- Rahn, Hermann 3
- Zonta Club of Buffalo (Buffalo, N.Y.) 3
- American Association of University Women. Buffalo Branch (N.Y.) 2
- American Library Association 2
- Burnette, Georgia M., 1929- 2
- De Forest, Marian, 1864-1935 2
- Hare, Peter H. (Peter Hewitt) 2
- Madden, Edward H. 2
- National Organization for Women. New York State 2
- Noles, Eva M. 2
- Paganelli, Charles V. 2
- State University of New York at Buffalo. Department of Physiology 2
- State University of New York at Buffalo. Institute for Research and Education on Women and Gender 2 + ∧ less
Material regarding the May 19, 1970 Alumnae Women's Day event at the University at Buffalo.
This collection contains the charter and newsletters of the American Association of University Women, Amherst (NY) Branch.
This collection contains the newsletters of the American Association of University Women, Buffalo Branch as well as several other AAUW branches.
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.
The personal correspondence of Frances Proctor Ames, 1885 graduate of University of Buffalo's Medical School.
This collection contains the business records, meeting minutes, correspondence, publications and other records of the Amherst, N.Y. League of Women Voters.
Documents the life and work of the first American professional woman architect, Louise Blanchard Bethune. Includes records on the Bethune and Dubke families, the life and work of Dr. Charles William Bethune (Louise Bethune's son), and photographs of the Blanchard family.
This collection documents the activities and goals of the Buffalo Women's Center and includes correspondence, clippings, photographs, and newsletters. The majority of the materials document the Center's first year of operation (1973-1974), but newsletters and a history updated in 1978 cover the extent of the Center's existence.
The Business and Professional Women's Club of Buffalo collection documents the organizational activities between 1934 and 1998.
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.
Contains application packages, correspondence, curriculum vita of faculty members, lists of degrees awarded, manuscripts, and dissertation acceptance forms of the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Includes mostly figures and slides to accompany lectures and papers. Also includes grant file, graphs on ama respiration, notes, and two manuscripts.
Collection contains audiocassettes of interviews and typed transcripts from the research for Ms. D'Erasmo's Ph.D. dissertation, Breaking the Silence: An Oral History of Women Career Teachers in Urban Elementary Public Schools, completed in 1991.
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.”
This collection consists of the Ph.D. gown, mortarboard and UB Ph.D. hood of Jean B. Durfee.
Correspondence, minutes, and other documents relating to Erie County's efforts to recognize International Women's Year.
Materials related to the tenure of Maryann S. Freedman as president of the Erie County Bar Association and as president of the New York State Bar Association. The collection includes correspondence, memos, policy notes, promotional materials, meeting minutes, financial records, committee notes and agendas, and other related materials.
The G. Thomas Pagnotta collection on Katharine Cornell contains items related to Katharine Cornell’s career and legacy, including playbills, clippings, photographs, and audiovisual materials.
This collection contains the family papers and professional materials of Georgia Burnette. The family papers includes materials and photographs of Burnette family reunions. The professional materials include Georgia Burnette's published articles on family reunions, health, travel, and African American veterans.
The papers of Marjorie Girth the first female law professor at the State University of New York at Buffalo who taught from 1971-1991 and served on many law and community organizations in Buffalo, N.Y., New York State, and nationally with the American Bar Association, especially dealing with women's issues, commercial and bankruptcy law.
The records of the Graduate Group for Feminist Studies (GGFS), which was established in 1986 and disbanded in 1997. Records detail their administrative functioning, event planning and participation, as well as University at Buffalo and community networking.
Personal correspondence to Peter H. Hare from his wife Daphne Kean Hare, and to Peter or to Daphne Kean Hare from family and friends, beginning in their college years through the early 1990's. Also includes some professional materials and correspondence.
Papers as member of the State University of New York at Buffalo President's Committee on the Recruitment and Promotion of Women, including minutes, correspondence, and reports; also correspondence with Tom Toles regarding his talk, THE SECRET OF LIFE, given at UB, 10/16/1987; and materials relating to Hare and Prof. Edward Madden documenting their professional and personal association from 1968-1999.
Contains files on professional activities, correspondence, research, and references used by Suk Ki Hong, physiologist. Correspondents include many Korean physiologists. His research files focus on ama (women divers of Korea and Japan) and kidney metabolism.
Papers document technical services librarian Judith Hopkins' university studies and career from 1956 to 2004. The collection includes research and writings, committee materials, manuals written by Judith Hopkins, and materials related to her time at the Ohio College Library Center, now called the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC).
Analog and digital records from the Institute for Research and Education on Women and Gender, or Gender Institute.
Records held by former University at Buffalo professor, Anna Kay France, as related to her involvement in the 1st International Women Playwrights Conference (IWPC) held at the University at Buffalo, October 14-23, 1988. Includes correspondence with national and international playwrights, session transcripts, and papers from the International Center for Women Playwrights.
Personal and professional papers of former Erie County Legislator Joan Bozer. Includes papers from various projects Bozer worked on throughout her career.
Materials related to the Junior League of Buffalo, active in the area from 1919 to the present. The collections includes corporate records, photographs, newspaper clippings, slides, audio and video recordings, magazines published by the Junior League, and materials related to events and programming.
This collection contains posters, DVDs, and videos from performances at the Katharine Cornell and Sidney B. Pfeifer Theatres.