Buffalo (N.Y.) -- Politics and government
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Campus Unrest: Individual Collections records
An open collection of donated materials and recollections relating to the period of campus unrest at the University at Buffalo (1969-1971).
Samuel P. Capen papers
Professional and personal correspondence, speeches, articles and memorabilia of Samuel P. Capen, first director of the American Council in Education (1919-1922); first full-time Chancellor of the University of Buffalo (1922-1950); and spokesman for academic freedom and educational reform.
Charles Haynie papers
Collection includes Haynie's correspondence, teaching files, publications, and information on political, social, and environmental activism.
Helen Zaidee Marie Rodgers papers
This collection contains writings and speeches; newspaper clippings; and pamphlets, programs and other printed material concerning political and civic groups, covering such topics as women's suffrage, women workers, women as jurors and city and state politics. Of particular interest to the study of the woman suffrage movement in Buffalo are membership lists of the Woman Workers Suffrage League (ca. 1908) and from the Buffalo Political Equality League (ca. 1905).