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Columbia University. Archives

This collection consists primarily of academic robes and hoods of various Columbia professors and administrators, especially those given to these individuals for honorary degrees at other universities. The collection also contains some other textile materials, including the Women's Banner or Butler Library Banner (in two parts), Columbia College banners and flags, and some crew sweaters. Additional textiles can be found in the University Artifacts Collection (UA#0016).

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Columbia University. Archives

The Alumni Class Records Collection contains materials pertaining to the activities of the alumni from the classes of 1850 to the class of 1942. The materials are predominately from alumni of Columbia College and The School of Mines/School of Engineering and Applied Science and the most heavily represented class is the Class of 1899. Content includes programs, clippings, correspondence, and printed matter mostly related to activities for classes after graduation though there are some Class Day programs in these files for certain years. For the materials already processed, photographs and objects were removed to photograph and artifacts collections in the University Archives.

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Columbia University. Archives

This collection consists of 14 images in color and in black and white of three charter documents of King's College, now known as Columbia University in the City of New York. It includes the October 31, 1754 charter for King's College; the May 13, 1755 conveyance of land; and the March 14, 1770 confirmation of the grant of land. The parchment documents were photographed by Dwight Primiano in September 2003. The collection includes negatives, prints, slides and color transparencies.

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Columbia University. Archives

This collection contains calendars produced by various departments and offices of the University to serve as mementos, record the academic year, or mark anniversaries, such as the sesquicentennial calendar in 1904. Some are calendars made to be displayed on walls; others are weekly appointment books. The calendars contain original artwork (drawings, cartoons) and photographs. Earlier calendar feature photos which originally appeared in the yearbook, the Columbian. Later calendars contain photos of the Morningside Heights campus buildings and students, many of which can be found in the Historical Photograph Collection (including those by Manny Warman, University Photographer) and in the Walter L. Bogert Photograph album.