A picture of actress Jane Fonda, a visiting speaker to the institution, September 15, 1972. At the time, Fonda was an ardent protestor against the United States' involvement in the Vietnam War. There are crop marks and in the right margin is noted, "6-B K-WUT FRI 2Col x 3 3/4 inches."
A contact sheet of three images of U.S. Senator Wayne Lyman Morse (State Senator from Oregon), who served in the United States Senate from 1945-1969. He visited the university on April 25 and 26, 1968 as a participant in the Vietnam Teach-In, a form of protest against U.S. involvement in Vietnam.
John M. "Tim" Reilly speaking to reporters regarding a 1987 AFL-CIO boycott supported by the United University Professions (UUP). Tim Reilly was UUP president from 1987 to 1993. This image appeared in the December 1987 edition of The Voice. In the top margin in written "VOICE P.1" "100%" is crossed out. Written in the bottom margin is "K 44 Pi wide" "20-120" and "156%" is crossed out. There is a NYSUT Graphics/Photography logo sticker in the left margin.
John M. "Tim" Reilly speaking to reporters regarding a 1987 AFL-CIO boycott supported by the United University Professions (UUP). This image appeared in the December 1987 edition of The Voice. Tim Reilly was president of UUP from 1987 to 1993.
Black Panther Demonstration taking place at the State University of New York at Albany Uptown Campus. UAlbany students are seated before an unidentified man speaking from a podium. Nine students can be seen raising their hand in a fist.
A picture of graffiti on the interior walls of a building created in protest of the Vietnam War. Wording includes, "Make Love Not War" and "War is Peace; Slavery is Freedom; Evil is Good;" others are illegible. The peace sign is also very prominent. There are what may be crop marks on the upper left and near the lower right corners.