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United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 100th (1862-1865)

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.

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Ebert, Thomas
Historian Thomas Ebert donated seven black and white images of officers from the 147th Regiment New York Volunteers. Officers include: Captain John McKinlock, Company A; First Lieutenant George Huginin, Company A; Captain Delos Gary, Company G; Second Lieutenant Volney J. Pierce, Company G; Major H.H. Lyman; Captain George Harney, Company B; Francis C. Miller.
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Bohrod, Aaron.
Correspondence (1932-1963) with family, art organizations and associations, educational institutions, galleries and museums, patrons, and fellow artists; 3 original sketches; manuscript articles, critiques, notes, reviews, speeches; 2 lists of paintings, with descriptions and some prices; and a small amount of memorabilia. Correspondence with Ivan Albright, American Artists Group, Associated American Artists, Will Barnet, Cameron Booth, David Breger, Howard Cook, Adolf Dehn, August Derleth, Federal Art Project, Frank Getlein, Moss Hart, Kaj Klitgaard, Georges Schreiber, Lawrence Beall Smith, Raphael Soyer, Frederic Taubes, U.S. Dept. of the Treasury, U.S. War Office, Grant Wood, and many others.
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Sakolski, Aaron M. (Aaron Morton), 1880-1955.
Assorted historical material collected by Syracuse University alumnus Aaron Sakolski. Collection includes Confederate money, a patent for land in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, and other items.
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Shurin, Aaron
Aaron Shurin is a poet, scholar, and essayist. He is the author of more than a dozen books, a professor emeritus at the University of San Francisco, and recipient of several fellowships and awards including the National Endowment for the Arts, the California Arts Council, and the Lambda Literary Award for Gay Men's Memoir/Biography. Shurin earned a BA at the University of California, Berkeley, where he studied with poet Denise Levertov, and an MA in poetics at the New College of California. His published poetry include Paradise of Forms (1999), Involuntary Lyrics (2005), and Citizen (2012). His prose work includes volumes of essays and criticism including Unbound: a Book of AIDS (1997) and The Skin of Meaning: Collected Literary Essays and Talks (2016). The Aaron Shurin Collection, 1955-2012 consists of correspondence, manuscripts, notebooks and journals, and coursework related to his time at New College of California, where he studied with Robert Duncan.
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The Abbe (Abbey) family papers include records relating to the Abbe family. The Abbe family, which consisted primarily of Richard T. Abbe, his wife Helen Woods Abbe, and their daughter Olive Abbe Jones, corresponded with many family members and business associates before and during the Civil War. This collection contains deeds, legal records, correspondence, business records, and other papers of the family.
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New York Republican Politician and proponent of the NYS Thruway, Moffat served on the State Assembly 1929-1943, U.S. State Department South-East Asia Division, 1944-1947, and later as a U.S. diplomat in Greece, the United Kingdom, Burma, and Ghana.
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Mauze, Abby Rockefeller

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.

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Lemon, A.B. (Asa Bertram)
Papers of Dr. Asa Bertram Lemon, Dean of the School of Pharmacy, 1926-1969 document the growth of the School of Pharmacy and Alumni Association during Dr. Lemon's time at the University at Buffalo. The collection includes his state and local professional pharmaceutical activities and correspondence as well course material, correspondence and song books from the School of Pharmacy.
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Harriton, Abraham, 1893-1986
Correspondence (1937-1965); personal papers (1950-1952); photographs of Harriton and his work (1918-1962); manuscripts by Harriton on art and artists (1949-1964); scrapbooks (1915-1962); published material (1922-1964); and biographical material.
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For more than three decades, Abraham J. Bonowitz has worked to educate the public about human rights problems, in particular the death penalty and the need for alternatives to the death penalty. During this time he served in numerous director, consultant, managerial, and activist roles with leading advocacy and death penalty abolitionist organizations.
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Abraham Lincoln Collection, 1862 0.25 linear ft. (1 oversize flat package)

Brief note to Edwin M. Stanton, then Secretary of War, with Stanton's response below; commission promoting W. S. Hillyer to the rank of colonal and appointing him "Additional Aid de Camp."
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Tromka, Abram, 1896-1954.
Papers of the Polish-born American Jewish painter, etcher, serigrapher. Also worked under name Abraham Phillips. Collection includes correspondence, exhibition catalogs, photographs of Tromka and his work, published material, including articles and clippings about Tromka.
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Ackerson, Fred Morris
Diaries and personal papers of Fred M. Ackerson which document life in Niagara County, New York, and a professional legal and judicial career in the late 19th and 20th centuries. Also includes diaries of Fred's wife and parents and those of his son, Charles F. Ackerson who lived in Olean, (Cattaraugus County) New York.
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Goodyear, A. Conger (Anson Conger), 1877-1964
Collection of Anson Conger Goodyear, a buffalo local business man, major general, and patron of the fine arts and collector; includes family correspondence, diary and scrap books, his speeches and writings, business papers, and military related correspondence.
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Goodyear, A. Conger (Anson Conger), 1877-1964.
A. Conger Goodyear was a businessman from Buffalo and a founder of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Papers include biographical material, 1955; memorabilia, 1925-63; and published material by and about Goodyear, 1938-58.
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Actors' Equity Association.
Correspondence of actors, actresses, directors, producers, and playwrights, including that of Heywood Broun, Richard Carle, Sheldon Cheney, Ernest H. Culbertson, Dudley Digges, Kenneth MacGown, Josephine A. Meyer, Channing Pollock, Arthur Richman, Joseph Santley, Blanche Yurka, and others.
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Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. Research Department Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers' Union. Research Department
This collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, financial reports, Securities and Exchange Commission reports, Dunn and Bradstreet reports compiled by the Research Departments of ACWA and ACTWU, regarding companies the union had organized or was looking to organize. The materials are filed in alphabetical order by company name.
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Badeau, Adam, 1831-1895.
Undated manuscript, "War Stories for Children: the Merrimac and the Monitor," by the American soldier, diplomat, advisor to Ulysses S. Grant and author of Grant in Peace.
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Adam, Meldrum & Anderson Company (Buffalo, N.Y.)

This collection was assembled in anticipation of the store’s 100th anniversary in 1967. It consists mainly of promotional materials, including newspaper inserts, merchandise catalogs, and advertisements. There are also several books and some sheet music published by the store; clippings, 1867-1981; a scrapbook documenting the downtown move, 1960; and some photographs of AM&A’s stores and employees.

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Adams Brothers and Company, (Utica, Oneida County, NY)

The Adams Ropewalk collection contains a typescript history of the company up until 1932, a 1957 6-page Insurance Survey of [the] Property of Mr. Guy P. Adams with photographs of the Ropeworks and office building, newspaper clippings that document a roof collapse in 1958, and 22 b&w photos that document the exterior and interior of the ropeworks, its machinery, and employees.

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Levine, Adeline
Contains research, reports, papers, and articles, 1978-1990; newspaper clippings, 1978-1999, with index, 1978-1995; photographs and slides, 1978-1989; audio and video cassettes, 1978-1986; personal interviews and field notes, 1978-1987; correspondence and materials relating to environmental activists and organizations, including Lois Gibbs and the Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes, Inc., 1978-1989, 1995.
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15 maps and plates pertaining to the Adirondacks and Genesee River. Two letters detailing research on the origins of the lithographs. Small packet of postcards with photographs of the area.
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Adirondack Timber & Mineral Co.
Correspondence of the Adirondack Timber & Mineral Co., Ithaca, New York. The majority is from Titus B. Meigs, Treasurer of the company, to John C. Gauntlett; much of it is on letterhead of the Santa Clara Lumber Company, Tupper Lake, New York, of which Meigs was president.
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Online
Ellen Adler and Selwyn Freed
This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Celia Adler and Lazar Freed, including theatrical materials such as scripts, programs and sheet music, correspondence, newspaper clippings, assorted publications, and photographs of many of the members of the Adler family and their friends from the Yiddish theater. These materials reflect the wide scope of the Adler acting family and their immense influence on Yiddish theater, Broadway and motion pictures.
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Bolm, Adolph, 1884-1951.
Correspondence, some in French and Russian, telegrams, scrapbooks, photograph albums, costume sketches, and other materials relating to the San Francisco Ballet, Sergei Diaghilev's Ballet Russe, and others. Correspondents include Agnes De Mille, Romola Nijinsky, Ruth Page, Leopold Stokowski, Igor Stravinsky, and others.
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Online
Biographical material includes biographies; personal papers from teaching at the University of Kiel, 1926–31 and University of Manchester, 1933–40; papers from Lowe's 80th birthday (1973); Veblen–Commons Award, 1979; interview with Die Zeit, 1988; correspondence, 1928–91; writings by Lowe, including lectures, speeches, published and unpublished works. Lowe was one of the founders of the New School for Social Research comprised mostly of the German intellectual Émigrés to the USA prior to WWII.
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Van Sinderen, Adrian, 1887-1963.
Papers of the American corporation executive, philanthropist, author. Collection includes manuscript books, essays, and speeches; notebooks. Also, annual reports and other publications of the American Horse Shows Association and the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences.
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Adult Student Personnel Association
Records include conference proceedings and programs, correspondence, directories, lists, newsletters, and other publications. Records from both the Adult Student Personnel Association and the Evening Student Personnel Association are included as well as material from organizations with whom ASPA had close ties, such as the Coalition of Adult Education Organizations and the United States Association of Evening Students. Correspondents whose letters are of greatest depth and duration include Robert A. Allen and Edward Phoenix.
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Coppard, A. E. (Alfred Edgar),1878-1957.
Papers of the English short story writer, poet. Collection consists of 55 outgoing letters (1921-1952); holograph short story manuscripts; and a typescript speech for the opening of the Authors' World Peace Appeal Conference, 1951. Recipients of letters include Frederick T. Bason, Adrian Brunel, Lawrence Drake, Gilbert H. Fabes, Robert Greacen, Isaac Levine, Bruce Marshall, Frederic Prokosch, and Jacob Schwartz, among others.
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A. E. Nettleton Company.
Papers of the shoe manufacturer in Syracuse, N.Y.; established 1879. Collection contains financial records including corporate tax returns (1922-1930) and auditors' reports (1919-1930); records of the Mutual Benefits Association (pension plan), including minutes of directors and pension commissioners; and the in-house publication, The Nettleton Association News (1911-1961).
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Agnes Baldwin Brett papers, 1900 - 1959 6.7 cubic feet (39 boxes)

Brett, Agnes Baldwin, 1876-1955
Correspondence and manuscripts generated by Agnes Baldwin Brett, ANS curator from 1910 through 1913. Also includes photographic images apparently taken by Brett during her trips to Bermuda and various European countries (Greece, France, Italy, Great Britain) from about 1900 through 1909.
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Agricultural Development Council

Scope: Contains minutes of Board of Trustees meetings, general correspondence, grant files, fellowship files, training program records, workshop and seminar files, and publications. Subjects include agricultural development, agricultural economics, agriculture and politics, archaeology in Burma, farm mechanization, the education of farmers, land use, and rural development.

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Agricultural Development Council

Record Group 2 of the Agricultural Development Council collection primarily contains Fellowship files, administrative records of the Fellowship Program, Core Program files, records of both the Regional Research and Training Program (RRTP) and the Research and Training Network (RTN) as well as conference, seminar and workshop files and papers. Of particular note, there is also a small volume of Board of Trustees files and Field Office Staff reports.

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Mayor, A. Hyatt (Alpheus Hyatt), 1901-1980.
Correspondence, 1904-1946; photographs, juvenilia, and printed material. Correspondence includes that of Anna Hyatt Huntington, Audella Hyatt, Leon Kroll, Alfred G. Mayor, and Harriet Randolph Hyatt Mayor.
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Berkman, Alan
Correspondence, court documents, pamphlets, prison diaries, parole records, oral history transcripts, interview transcripts, memoir drafts, poems, speeches, articles, awards, certificates, diplomas, photographs, clippings and digital video document the life and death of physician and political activist Alan Berkman (1945-2009), a physician from Middletown, New York who became radicalized as a medical student while attending Columbia University’s college of Physicians and Surgeons (MD 1971). He was later involved in two robberies. The first attributed to members of the May 19th Communist Organization and Black Liberation Army. His papers also contain records relating to the reinstatement of his medical license and career after his release from prison. He was Assistant Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Clinical Sociomedical Sciences in the Mailman School of Public Health.
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Dunn, Alan, 1900-
The papers of the American cartoonists for The New Yorker (1926-1974) include correspondence (letters from John Taylor Arms, Peggy Bacon, Isabel Bishop, Warren Chappell, Eric Hodgins, and Alan Watts); cartoons and drawings; exhibition catalogs; notebooks; business files and financial records; and memorabilia, including clippings, photographs, and scrapbooks. .
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Campbell, Alan K., 1923-1998
Correspondence, incoming and outgoing carbons; writings, including articles, a book review, transcripts of Campbell’s testimony before various Congressional committees, and speeches (1969-1980); and memorabilia including appointment calendars, clippings, photographs and printed material relating to events at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School, the Civil Service Commission, and the Office of Personnel Management. Correspondence with Jimmy Carter, National Academy of Public Administration, National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration, Donna Shalala, and others. Material relating to the Civil Service Reform Act.
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Swallow, Alan, 1915-1966.
Papers of the American author, poet, publisher. Correspondence (1942-1964); manuscript poems and essays; and published materials, including articles and clippings by and about Swallow, book reviews, poems, and stories by Swallow, and photographs. Correspondents include Louise Bogan, Weldon Kees, Archibald MacLeish, Henry Miller, Marianne Moore, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Wallace Stevens, Allen Tate, Robert Penn Warren, William Carlos Williams, and others.
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New York organized a war council in 1940 to coordinate war-related efforts for local, state, and national defense during World War II. Beginning initially as a women’s organization, the Albany City and County War Council was formed in 1941 to coordinate efforts for the towns within Albany County. This collection contains administrative records, campaigns and projects efforts, publicity records, and index cards containing information on servicemen and women.
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Virginia Farrell Mahigian
The Albany Civic Theater formed in 1955 when the Ilium Players of Troy and the Albany Dramatic Group joined. This collection contains Programs, Committee Meeting Minutes, and Education material related to the Albany Civic Theater.