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Diplomas

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

John T. Horton papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 22/6F/632
Overview Collection consists of minutes and reports regarding the separation of the Department of History and Government at the University of Buffalo into two departments in 1962; a history of the Department of History, 1948-1967, covering Horton's tenure as chairman; and programs of the local Phi Beta Kappa chapter, 1938-1952 (incomplete), with a history of the chapter by Horton. Also included are materials concerning Horton's active involvement with the Niagara Frontier Defense Committee (1940-1941)...

John Lord O'Brian papers

 Collection
Identifier: Law Spec. Coll. 05
Abstract Personal papers of John Lord O'Brian, prominent lawyer and public servant, including correspondence, speeches, notes, legal opinions and records, articles.

Gustin L. Reichbach papers

 Collection — Box 1-64, 65+-76+
Identifier: MS 232
Overview The papers of Justice Gustin L. Reichbach (1946-2014). Includes personal materials and professional records from his private legal practice and judicial chambers. The collection contains personal papers, correspondence, news clippings, photographs, and legal files.

Spencer Family Diplomas

 Collection — Box 1, 1+
Identifier: MS 218
Overview The collection contains diplomas from grammar school, normal school, college, and law school for Natalie Max Spencer; her son, Robert W. Spencer; her daughter-in-law, Mary Pearl Elder Spencer; and her granddaughter, Karen L. Spencer spanning the 20th century in Buffalo and Geneseo, New York. Also included are teaching and bar certifications.

University Ephemera, Artifacts, and Iconography, Diplomas Other than University of Buffalo, Certificates

 Collection — Oversize-box 1: [39072038466169]
Identifier: 3/2/1204
Scope and Contents This collection contains diplomas from institutions other than University of Buffalo and certificates that were awarded from the University of Buffalo.