Includes minutes from annual reunions (1911-1951); general membership records and correspondence kept by the secretary; some materials related to veterans of 8th N.Y. Heavy Artillery Regiment; clippings related to the organization's activities; and official documents, including a muster roll (Co. B, 1865) and appointment of Edwin Nichols as Captain, 1864.
8 sheets with 16 drawings (drawn recto and verso) of portals, arches, arcades, fireplaces, wall niches and other apertures. Drawings in ink with wash on paper, with some annotations in Italian. The sheets are from a dismembered sketchbook and are housed in a red leather-bound case titled "Architectural Drawings -- Beccafumi" on the spine.
Document signed. Approximately 12 x 8 inches. Laid paper with deckled edges. Watermarked "M C". Contemporary docketing. Folds with a short tear at the center.
1909 Hudson-Fulton Celebration Collection, 1901-2009, bulk 1908-1910 22.97 Linear Feet
1959 Buffalonian Talking Page 45 rpm record, 1959 1 Phonograph record(s)
1959 Championship Football Team Collection, 1959-2003 3 boxes (1.75 linear feet)
1974 Time Capsule collection, 1974, 1984 1.03 Cubic feet
1979 Community University Day records, 1978-1979 .1 Linear Feet
19th Century Pamphlet and Broadside Collection, 1837-1876 0.8 Linear feet
2003 Men's Basketball NCAA Championship Collection, 2003 4 boxes (4.5 linear feet)
2014 Middle States self study report, 2014 1 Folder(s)
Blue-line print of bronze Subway sidewalk sign post design.
4th Annual Industrial Arts Exhibit in New York City, 1966 0.13 linear feet
516 Broadway (New York NY) records and drawings 2 manuscript boxes
The archive consists of 250 + letters, drawings, invoices, leases, mortgages, bonds, and deeds related to the 516 Broadway, New York, NY, which was owned then by Edward Livingston and his partner. The bulk of the material consists of correspondence from the architects, Hugh Lamb and Charles Rich, who were hired to convert a portion of the building into stores. They worked with Cornell Iron Works, Otis Elevator etc. and approved all work and payment of bills.
Floor plans of the 4th, 5th, and 6th floor on negative photostat; and one pencil and trace floor plan of an unidentified apartment.
9/11 Newspaper Collection, 2001 12 linear ft.
A.A. Govorov Memoir, 1941-1943 3 items
Manuscript memoir ""Otdelnaia turkestanskaia konnogornaia artilleriiskaia batareia"(with typescript copy) (98 p.) that describes the operations of Govorov's unit in Turkestan during the Pamir expeditions (1892-94) and especially during World War I. The memoir is accompanied by maps drawn by Govorov.
A.A. Levitskii Memoirs, 1958 155 pages
Manuscript memoirs that discuss Levitskiĭ's experiences during the Russo-Japanese War and as a staff officer in St. Petersburg before the First World War.
Aaron Benesch Papers, 1889-1966, bulk 1945-1959 0.75 linear ft.
Aaron Bohrod Papers, 1932-1963 4 linear ft.
Aaron Burr papers, 1779-1817 0.5 linear feet
A miscellaneous collection of Aaron Burr letters and documents including twelve letters to Timothy Green; one letter each to Peter Colt, Colonel Sargent, and Mr. Terhune; photostatic copies of one letter to William Van Ness and David Hosack; a bill for New York court fees issued by Robert Benson; and a check issued by the Bank of the United States endorsed on the verso by Burr.
Aaron Frankel papers, 1948-1977 3 linear feet
Correspondence, manuscripts, documents and printed materials documenting the career of Aaron Frankel. The correspondence is by Lynn Fontanne, Greer Garson, Lorne Greene, Alfred Lunt, Frederick Marshall, Robert Penn Warren and others. The manuscripts include l4 drafts of Frankel's "Writing the Broadway Musical" as well as manuscripts by Robert Penn Warren and Myron Galewski for two plays"Willie Stark: His Rise and Fall" and "Brother to Dragons". One of the documents is a collaboration agreement signed by Warren and Frankel. The printed materials include galleys of "Writing the Broadway Musical" and items relating to Frankel's productions of Warren's plays.
Aaron I. Raisman student drawings, 1894-1898 54 drawings
Drawings made by Raisman while a student at Columbia University's School of Mines, Engineering and Chemistry from 1894 to 1898. The majority of the drawings are ink on paper or vellum and are studies of various shapes, valves, arches, and bridges.
The incoming correspondence of Vanderpoel, containing letters from friends, clients, and colleagues and dealing with personal and legal matters. Correspondents include Henry M. Alexander, William Allen Butler, John P. and William V. S. Beekman, G. W. Bulkey, Joseph H. Choate, Frederic R. Coudert, Lewis L. Delafield, Jay Gould, William D. F. Maurice, Edward Pierpont, J. Bryce Smith, John Van Alen, John and Thomas Van Buren, and Henry Vanorden. Letters of a personal and business nature from various family members include several from Aaron and John Vanderpoel and Lewis Oakley, his uncles, and from Henry C. Van Schaack, his father-in-law. There are approximately twelve manuscripts of essays and speeches by A. J. Vanderpoel while he attended Kinderhook Academy and New York University, as well as a few by other family members. Various documents including mortgages, deeds, indentures, agreements, and court records relate to Vanderpoel's law practice and to family property.
Correspondence, memoranda, manuscripts, manuscript notes, typescripts, and printed materials. Most of the papers concern the bibliographical control of scientific literature with particular emphasis on the development of an information storage and retrieval system for the Olin Mathiessen Chemical Corporation Library. There are letters from librarians and scientists, Olin Mathiessen inter-office memoranda, Fessler's manuscripts, manuscript notes and typescripts, and supporting printed materials published by IBM. There are also mimeograph copies of papers by several other information scientists. Also, Fessler's file of approximately 200 typescripts of his book, record, and cassette reviews on a variety of fiction and non-fiction titles chiefly for LIBRARY JOURNAL. In addition there are some course-related materials for the library science classes Fessler taught at Southern Connecticut State College, 1961-1965, including one of his syllabi and some correspondence relating to education for special librarianship. The printed materials include several articles by Fessler and two items inscribed by colleagues to him.
Aaron Resnick architectural drawings, 1947-1986 5,000 drawings
Aaron Rosen papers, circa 1962-2018 1.5 Linear Feet
Aaron Sakolski Collection, 1782-1862 1 folder (SC)
Aaron Shurin Collection, 1955-2012 15 Linear Feet
Aaron W. Berg papers, 1848-1977 2 linear feet
Correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, memorabilia, and printed materials concerning Berg's lifelong interest in and work for his alma mater. Berg served the University in many capacities such as vice-president and president of the Alumni Association of Columbia College, 1954-1958, and member of the board of directors of the Alumni Federation of Columbia University, 1946-1958. The correspondence deals chiefly with alumni affairs; some of the major correspondents include Harry J. Carman, Lawrence Chamberlain, Frank S. Hogan, Mr & Mrs Richard Rodgers, and Arthur Hays Sulzberger. Among the photographs are two signed by Dwight D. Eisenhower. Also included is a typescript memoir of Berg's three years as a student in the Columbia School of Law (1927). Berg collaborated with three other students on this memoir. Aaron Berg's correspondence with Dwight D. Eisenhower is at the Eisenhower Library. Also included are literary autographs and manuscripts purchased on the Aaron Berg Fund.
Aaron White Papers, 1820s-1930s, bulk 1840s-1890s 0.4 linear feet
Aaron W. Warner Papers, 1936-2004 22 linear feet
The collected papers of Aaron W. Warner, former Director of the University Seminars, include his writings on domestic and foreign labor, course notes, and documents from his time at the University Seminars.
A. Arthur Schiller papers, 1897-1977 64 boxes
Correspondence, manuscripts, notes, notebooks, photographs, printed materials, computer print-outs and tapes, key-punched cards, and card files of Schiller. The collection includes correspondence with his professional colleagues, foundations, and learned societies, and some personal correspondence. There are manuscripts and drafts of his books, articles, book reviews, lectures, and abstracts, his papers as a student, notebooks of readings and drafts, appointment books, mimeographed course materials, photostats, photographs, and materials relating to his computer studies of Roman law texts. Correspondents include Sir Harold Idris Bell, W.W. Buckland, W.E. Crum, Gilbert Highet, H.F. Jolowicz, Owen Lattimore, and Harold Medina.
Memoirs of Sollogub-Dovoĭno. The memoirs are entitled "Russkai︠a︡ emigrat︠s︡ii︠a︡ i russkoe menśhestvo v Polśhe, 1920-1926" and describe his life in Chelm Province in the early twenties.
A. Barron Recipe for Curing Rickets in Children, 1829 1 folder (SC)
Correspondence, letter books, manuscripts, typescripts, notes, galley proofs, reports, banking records, pamphlets, and other printed materials. The so-called "private" letter books contain copies of outgoing personal and business letters, April 1914-Jan. 1918. The remaining correspondence files relate to the writing of Hepburn's two books HISTORY OF COINAGE AND CURRENCY IN THE UNITED STATES.. (New York, 1903) and A HISTORY OF CURRENCY IN THE UNITED STATES..(New York, 1915); to his activities in the fields of finance and money, such as the Pan-American Finance Commission (1915), the New York State Governor's Securities Commission (1920), and the Federal Milk Commission (1917); and his files regarding the establishment of the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, 1918. Also, manuscripts, typescripts, notes, and galley proofs for the two books that he wrote; and six bank examiner's books used by Hepburn while he was U.S. Bank Examiner for New York, 1888-1892.
Abbe Family Papers, 1773-1896 0.5 cubic ft.
Includes correspondence; diaries; notes for lectures; sermons; articles, minutes, memoranda, and other papers related to Warnshuis' work with the International Missionary Council, the National Council of Churches of China, the World Council of Churches and the Reformed Church in America; and numerous international committees on religious liberty.
Abbot Low Moffat Papers, 1929-1943 4.4 cubic ft.
Abbott Merkt and Company records, 1906-1994 89 linear feet of papers
This collection primarily contains architectural drawings, photographs, business records and reference materials related to the projects and designs of architectural and engineering firm Abbott, Merkt and Company. A subsidiary portion of the collection includes drawings, photographs and papers related to the life and career of Richard H. Tatlow, III, president of Abbott Merkt, as well as the firms and agencies for which he also worked.
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller papers, 1858-1957, n.d. Bulk: 1920-1948, bulk 1920-1948 15.39 document box(es)
The papers of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller primarily consist of correspondence, including personal correspondence to family and relatives, biographical materials; art collection files, and files pertaining to her philanthropic activities.
The collection consists primarily of Underwood's pen-and-ink designs for these articles, with manuscript captions and notes to the printer; and illustrations for children's stories which appeared in THE SUN, ca. 1905-1910, together with typescripts, proofs, and printed copies of the stories, several of which are by Underwood. The collection also includes correspondence relating to a projected series of costume designs for THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, a manuscript of a work on geography, and scrapbooks and clippings relating to these projects.
Abby Rockefeller Mauzé papers, 1905-1975 3.04 Cubic Feet
This collection documents the private life and personal activities, largely philanthropic, of Abby Rockefeller Mauzé (1903-1976). The bulk of the material contained in the collection dates from before 1960.
Abe H. Feder lighting records and papers, 1930s-1990s 83 document boxes
Abe Kōbō collection, 1933-2002, bulk 1950-1993 11 linear feet
Original books, pamphlets, journals, magazines, manuscripts, and ephemera produced, published and collected by Abe Kōbō. Also includes photocopied newspaper, magazine, and journal articles as well as book excerpts from Abe Kōbō's study.
Abel Andrews Account Book, 1809-1834 1 folder (SC)
Abel E. Powers Ledger, 1845-1850 1 volume (SC)
Abe Raskin Papers, 9999 57.546 Linear Feet
About the Work interview series, 2014-2016 173.57 Gigabytes
Papers of Abraham Alstyne Slover, consisting mostly of his undergraduate writings and memorabilia. Included in this material are one volume of notes on Prof. John McVickar's lectures on "The History of Literature" March-July 1825, seven notebooks of Slover's verse and prose, and the manuscripts of several public lectures with newspaper accounts of them. There is also a family Bible containing genealogical records, chiefly births, marriages, and deaths in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Abraham Anderson interviews with Diana Trilling, 1987-1988 0.5 linear feet
Audiocassettes of oral history interviews conducted with Diana Trilling.
Abraham Bell and Son Collection, 1809-1917 22 cubic ft.
Abraham Epstein papers, 1918-1945 80 boxes
Correspondence, manuscripts, documents, minutes, lists, reports, financial records, and printed materials of Abraham Epstein. The personal and business papers relate to his fight on behalf of Social Security and old age pensions.
Abraham Harriton Papers, 1915-1965 1.25 linear ft.
Correspondence, photographs, clippings, and miscellaneous materials of Sarasohn. The correspondence pertains primarily to family and legal affairs. A few letters from his father, William Gillette, Rose Pastor Stokes, and Will Durant are included.
Abraham J. Bonowitz Papers, 1977-2015, bulk 1977-2015 86.49 cubic ft.
Abraham Lincoln Autopsy Notes Collection, 1864-1865- .25 cubic feet
Abraham Lincoln collection, 1860s 2 Linear Feet
This is an artificial collection comprising letters, document, portraits, and object for various RBML manuscript collections. The source of each item is noted after its description.
Abraham Lincoln Collection, 1862 0.25 linear ft. (1 oversize flat package)
Abraham M. Sirkin papers, 9999 14 linear feet
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, essays, articles, clippings, etc.
Abraham Rothberg papers, 1950-2011, bulk 1952-2010 63 Linear Feet
The Abraham Rothberg Papers contain material related to literature Rothberg wrote and edited, such as typescript copies of manuscripts and publisher correspondence. The collection also includes research materials he utilized for his writings, material related to his dissertation on Jack London, documents from the time he spent as professor, editor and journalist at various universities, publishing houses, and periodicals, and correspondence sent to and received from family, friends, and colleagues.
This large collection documents in great detail the architectural projects of Abraham Geller and his colleagues throughout the United States and abroad, spanning the 1940s through the 1990s. Types of projects represented include retirement homes, recreational facilities, medical centers, private residences and prototype dwellings for large residential developments, urban renewal projects, and offices.
Abram J. Jaffe papers, 1950s-2015 31.25 linear feet
Correspondence, manuscripts, research files, teaching materials, memoranda, etc.
Abram Saulovich Kagan Papers, 1909-1952 190 items
Papers include Kagan's correspondence, photographs, printed materials and audio tapes. All letters in the collection date from 1938-39, when he had moved his Petropolis operations to Brussels; there are items by Vladislav Khodasevich, Vladimir Nabokov, and Mikhail Osorgin, and others. Among the photographs are pictures of Ivan Bunin, Konstantin Fedin, and Evgeniĭ Zami︠a︡tin. Printed materials consist chiefly of books published by his firms; some of the books are inscribed, for example by Nikolaĭ Berdi︠a︡ev and Lev Karsavin. Included is a lengthy taped interview of Kagan by Marc Raeff in which Kagan discuses his life and publishing activities.
Abrams ComicArts records, 2009-2017 77 linear feet
Most of the materials are related to a particular book project: drafts, proofs, edits, fouls, markups, correspondence, etc. Note that most projects include both regular size and oversize materials.
Abram S. Hewitt papers, 1839-1852 0.83 linear feet
The material is an elaborately calligraphic 19th century script and extends to one file box and 14 bound volumes. Professor Allan Nevins used this material for his work on Abram S. Hewitt.
Abram Tromka Papers, 1934-1961 1.0 linear ft.
Collection primarily consists of correspondence, legal documents and other papers. The second series chiefly pertains to Peter B. Porter, whom Bull represented.
Academic Affairs reports, 1968-2009 .4 Linear Feet
Academic Affairs vertical file, 1975-2010 1 Linear Feet
Academic Appointment Records, 1890s-1990 46 linear feet
Originally compiled by the Office of the Secretary and later by the Academic Appointments Office, this card catalogue contains a record of all appointment letters sent to faculty members beginning in the 1890s. The cards include the appointees' name, degrees, and a record of each appointment (rank, school and academic year). For faculty and officers of research, the last date on the cards is June 30, 1990. For officers of administration, there are cards with information through July 1987. The cards are divided between inactive (last appointment ended before June 1990) and active (still at Columbia in 1990). The active appointments are also subdivided by school or division.
Academic costumes and textiles collection, 1820s-2000s 85.02 linear feet
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).
Academic eminence records, 1952-1956 3.34 linear feet
This collection consists of the materials used to compile the report, Columbia's Academic Eminence: A Report by the University Development Plan Committee's Subcommittee on Academic Eminence, 1954-1955. There are surveys for each academic department (Philosophy) and "field of learning" (Ethics, Logic, Metaphysics). There are also some subcommitee records: minutes, correspondence, outlines, and drafts of the final report.
The Academic Regalia collection contains robes, hoods, and caps worn by University of Rochester administrators, faculty, students, and trustees at formal events. Descriptions of regalia include the name of the manufacturer (Cotrell and Leonard, for example) when this information is known. Each set of regalia has been assigned a number, which appears before the title of the item(s).
Academic Review Committee records, 1995-1999 0.42 linear feet
This collection consists of the records of the Academic Review Committee of the Faculty of the Arts and Sciences from the 1990s. It includes copies of the internal and external assessments as well as some departmental self-studies. The files include the Academic Review Committee's final report with recommendations for the department.
Academy of Political Science letters, 1923-1970 0.5 linear feet
Letters from Dean Rusk, Jean Monnet, Lyndon Johnson, Dwight Eisenhower, David Ben-Gurion, Earl Warren, and others concerning their being made honorary members of the Academy of Political Science.
Accent on Research Collection, 1972-1997 1 cubic ft.
Account Book, 1868-1869 1 volume
Account of Colonial Coins in the Mint Collection, After 1923 3 pages (1 folder)
Ace Books Records, 1935-1962 16 linear ft.
A Church is Born Records, 1947-1948 3 filmstrips
Filmstrips and commentary on the Church of South India's inauguration.
Ackerson Family papers, 1864-1996, bulk (1872-1996 bulk) 17.2087 Linear Feet
A. Conger Goodyear Papers, 1683 - 1964, bulk 1885 - 1964 14.5 linear feet
A. Conger Goodyear Papers, 1925-1963 0.5 linear ft.
Acquisitions Department registers, 1922-1968 117 linear feet
707 Acquisitions Department Registers dating from 1922-1968.
Activism at The New School oral history program, 2019-2020 6.05 Gigabytes
This is a heterogeneous collection of manuscript typescript material which relates to Joan of Arc. The material ranges in date and character from a 15th-century manuscript, CHRONIQUE DES ROIS CHARLES VI ET VII par Gilles Le Bouvier, on 241 paper leaves, which contains a long account of the life and exploits of Joan, to the 12 page typescript of Ambassador William C. Bullitt's address, LE FETE DE JEANNE D'ARC A PHILADELPHIA, broadcast on the Voice of America, May 9, 1943. The collection includes a number of manuscripts and typescripts of literary and scholarly works on Joan of Arc by Guy Endore, Andrew Lang, Charles Maurras, Pearl Mahaffey, Wilfred P. Barrett, Thomas Jones, and others. There are also letters from scholars and writers on the subject including Anatole France, Robert Southey, Samuel L. Clemens, Cardinal Manning, and Andrew Land. There are also a few original documents contemporary to and relating to Joan and her associates. Six such documents are bound into Gabrial Hanotaux's JEANNE D'ARC, Paris Hachette, 1911, as extra-illustrations.