A 21-page scrapbook was created by Violet King Sherman. A decorative scrapbook cover has embossed colorful images of birds and flowers. The scrapbook contains 160 postcards, calling cards, advertising cards and artistic images.
This collection contains 22 photographs and 1 newspaper clipping of the Virgilio Family, a local ethnic Italian family in Albany, New York. It centers mainly on George and John Virgilio and their tailor and laundry business.
American social worker, child and maternal health advocate. Extensive published and printed material has been cataloged. Manuscript collection contains correspondence-subject files, most relating to a decade-long grant-funded project, and writings of both Insley and her colleague Kazuye Kumabe.
Professional collection of Dr. Virginia Radley, the eighth president of SUNY Oswego. Dr. Radley, the first woman president of a state-operated campus in the SUNY system, led the way to bolstering Oswego’s strong commitment to academic quality. She shepherded the establishment of the college’s Honors Program, Quest day of scholarly and creative activity and other endeavors that continue to provide depth and diversity to the Oswego experience.
This collection contains materials relating to Welles’s time as a student at Wells College and the Alumnae Association in the years after she graduated. The collection includes correspondence written to Welles and members of her family from representatives of the college, including Helen Fairchild Smith, Anna Piutti, President Frisbee, and Edward French, student publications, college catalogs, and correspondence relating to the business of the Alumnae Association.