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- University Archives 72
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- Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo 21
- Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo 18
- Bureau of Jewish Education (Buffalo, N.Y.) 13
- State University of New York at Buffalo 12
- Temple Beth El (Buffalo, N.Y.) 9
- Temple Beth Zion (Buffalo, N.Y.) 8
- Hillel (Buffalo, N.Y.) 6
- Campus Unrest at the University at Buffalo Collection (State University of New York at Buffalo) 5
- Temple Sinai (Amherst, N.Y.) 5
- Buffalo and Western New York Architecture Collection (State University of New York at Buffalo) 4
- Jewish Book Fair (Buffalo, N.Y.) 4
- Jewish Family Service of Buffalo & Erie County 4
- University of Buffalo. School of Medicine 4
- Buffalo Jewish Review 3
- Camp Lakeland (Franklinville, N.Y.) 3
- Foundation for Jewish Philanthropies (Buffalo, N.Y.) 3
- Jewish Fresh Air Camp Association (Buffalo, N.Y.) 3
- Jewish War Veterans. Buffalo Frontier Post 25 3 + ∧ less
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.
The personal correspondence of Frances Proctor Ames, 1885 graduate of University of Buffalo's Medical School.
Collection of materials from Melvin Houston Baker, Chief Executive of National Gypsum Company. Includes speeches, personal and business correspondence, and his privately published book, "My Second Forty Years." In 1957 Baker was awarded the Chancellor's Award, the highest award given by the University at Buffalo.
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 contains course descriptions and catalogs, meeting minutes, memos, photos, budgets, programs, mission statements, activity descriptions, rechartering files, posters, clippings, reports, proposals, correspondence and other files pertaining to Black Mountain College II. Also included are 46 audio cassettes containing recordings of music, poetry, and speakers who visited the college such as Robert Duncan, and Seamus Heaney.
Various writings of William Brady, M.D., member of UB School of Medicine's graduating class of 1901.
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.
Collection contains memorabilia of Joseph H. Brennan who was Chief Metallurgist, Union Carbide Company, including clippings, photographs, list of patents, and printed catalog of his collection of early editions of "metallurgical, geological, and chemical interest" which he donated to the Libraries at the State University of New York at Buffalo circa 1962.
The archive of the Buffalo Jewish Review contains issues of the Buffalo Jewish Review and its predecessor the American Jewish Review from November 9, 1917 to the present.
The Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Buffalo records consist primarily of records documenting the activities of the Bureau, a non-profit community-based educational institution.
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.
Papers documenting aspects of Buffalo history and life within the family and friendship circles of the Carrel and Goldstein families in Buffalo, NY, as well as the Law School, University of Buffalo during the 1920s.
Contains administrative histories, clippings, and miscellaneous printed material and publications from the Colleges (generally), and individual colleges.
Organizational papers documenting aspects of the congregational life of Congregation Kehilat Shalom. Materials include minutes, newsletters, programs, financial statements, video, ritual Judaica, and clippings.
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.
Records, memorabilia, and photographic material detailing fraternity activities.
Research collection of Ralph C. Epstein, Dean of the School of Business Administration from 1935 to 1947. Topics included are American Manufacturing and Industry, Unemployment Insurance Law, and the Rubber and Automobile trades.
Arnold and Ruth Fernandez papers, document Temple Beth Zion’s Brotherhood’s and Sisterhood’s administrative and its members’ synagogue activities.
Contemporary papers kept by the creators during their service in the U.S. Attorney General's Office and on Senator Hubert Humphrey's staff during the consideration and passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Personal papers documenting aspects of Jewish youth culture. Material includes programs, newspaper clippings, essays, invitations, and ephemera relating to Temple Beth El, Jewish Community Building, sororities and fraternities, Park School Buffalo, and Camp Kawagama in Ontario.
Papers of Robert S. Fisk, mainly concerning collective bargaining at the State University of New York (including at UB), but also broadly in higher education; Buffalo school desegregation; and courses he taught at the University at Buffalo. Also includes his research, reports, writings, and correspondence.
Organizational papers documenting the early beginnings of the Foundation for Jewish Philanthropies forerunner, the development of Foundation for Jewish Philanthropies services, and samples of special projects developed within affiliated agencies.
Personal papers documenting aspects of Jewish community in Buffalo and Niagara Falls collected by Charlotte E. Gendler. Material includes minutes, newsletters, programs, photographs, and newspaper clippings relating to Temple Beth David-Ner Israel and other institutions.
Political articles, pamphlet, and broadsides, relating to 1970s radicalism and the National Caucus of Labor Committees.
Personal papers documenting the personal and career life of local communal leader, Muriel Markel Goodman. Materials include speeches, newspaper clippings, media, and other material relating to her volunteer service and professional careers in the Jewish community within several organizations. Materials relating to the Markel family are also included.
These are the personal papers documenting a segment of the life of local communal leader, Ralph L. Halpern. materials include speeches, and other material relating to his volunteer service in the Jewish community.
Personal papers documenting aspects of the final few years of an independent Temple Sinai, and merger talks with Temple Beth Am, to form a new combined Reform and Reconstructionist congregation, Congregation Shir Shalom.
Organizational papers documenting aspects of the work and history of the Hebrew Benevolent Loan Association originally known as Gemilut Chasidim [Acts of Loving Kindness] and its work in the development of the Buffalo Jewish community through interest free loans.