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Records regarding 1979 Community University Day festivities.
Programs, invitations, brochures, and press coverage for events planned by the Office of Conferences and Special Events between the years 1981 and 1998.
Documents collected by the Office of Public Affairs related to the Independent Commission on the Future of the State University.
Scrapbook of the inauguration of University at Buffalo President Martin Meyerson. Meyerson was the 10th President of the university, and served from 1966-1970.
Records, 1983-1987, concerning the Empire State Games, a New York State amateur athletic competition, hosted by the University at Buffalo in 1985 and 1986.
Over 130 digitized 16mm films. Among the footage are the annual Moving Up Day parades, commencements, football games, marching band formations, student unrest, and campus construction. Some gems were uncovered, including rare footage of the interior of the Darwin Martin house, mid-century downtown Buffalo, Lionel Hampton, and a Buffalo Sabres vs. Buffalo Norsemen hockey game.