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G. Thomas Pagnotta collection on Katharine Cornell

 Collection — Box: 1-4
Identifier: MS 219.3
Overview 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.

Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy papers

 Collection — Box: 1-31
Identifier: 34/5/1012
Overview Collection of materials from Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy, professor of Women's Studies. Includes her teachings, publications, political activism, resource material, and her work in the UB Women's Studies and American Studies departments.

Irving Massey papers

 Collection — Box: 1-2
Identifier: 16/4F/1210
Overview Collection contains correspondence, notes, working papers, and audiotapes from Particularism: An Interdisciplinary Conference.

Katherine Thorn papers

 Collection — Box: 1-4
Identifier: 22/10F/121
Overview Professional papers pertaining primarily to Thorn's work on speech disorders at the Speech Clinic and in the Department of Speech Communication. Collection includes tape recordings of speech disorders used for class instruction and Thorn's papers as a member of the Committee on the Evaluation of the Student Constitution at the University of Buffalo.

The University and the Arts Symposium collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 33/5/1199
Overview Collection contains tape recording and transcript of a symposium held at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York on October 12, 1978 with presentations by Robert Buck, John Cage, Robert Creeley, Merce Cunningham, and Morton Feldman.

Vietnamese Immigration collection

 Collection — Box: 1-6, 7+, 8-12
Identifier: MS 30
Overview The Vietnamese Immigration Collection documents the experience of Vietnamese nationals who left their country during the collapse of the South Vietnamese government in April 1975, and were subsequently resettled in the United States.