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Anna E. Pierce Papers, 1884-1983

0.5 cubic ft.
Namesake of Pierce Hall, she served as Dean of Women from 1913-1933, supported the construction of dorms for women and aided the institutionalization of in loco parentis.
University Archives: ua902.004

Louis C. Jones Papers, 1936, 1941-1945, 1947-1949, 1954-1978

1 cubic ft.
The Louis C. Jones Papers consist primarily of the circular letters sent by Jones during World War II to former students of the State Teachers College and replies to these letters from service men and women. Jones was employed by the New York State College for Teachers, first as an Instructor (1934-42) and later as an Associate Professor of English (1942-46).
Business, Literary, and Local History Manuscripts: mss005
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Marcia Brown Papers, 1940-2000

82.55 cubic ft.
A 1940 graduate of the New York State College for Teachers, Brown was a respected children's book writer and illustrator, and a three-time Caldecott Medal winner.
University Archives: ua902.007

Paul Bruce Pettit Papers, 1938-1972

2.0 cubic ft.
Personal and professional papers of Paul Bruce Pettit, professor of theatre at the University at Albany, 1947-1972. Includes essays, play scripts and literary writings produced while enrolled in graduate programs at Cornell University, his theses (M.A. 1943 and Ph.D. 1949), correspondence, offprints of articles about theater related subjects, newspaper clippings, scripts of radio broadcasts (1947-1948), and lecture notes from Pettit's tenure as a professor and chairman of the Department of Theatre. While on a Fulbright Scholarship Pettit directed the National Theater in Cyprus (1964 and 1965) and was known for his work in arena theater.
University Archives: ua901.001

SUNYA Women's Club Records, 1951-1992

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Records of the social and community activities performed a social group of faculty wives and other women that perfomed university and community service.