Abraham Bell and Son
22 cubic ft.
The collection consists of 157 volumes of business books and three boxes of financial materials, correspondence, books, scrapbooks and diaries relating to the Bell Family and the Abraham Bell and Son Company.
Abramowitz, Howard, 1930-1990
0.6 cubic ft.
This collection contains research files created by and several typescript essays written by sociologist Howard D. Abramowitz. The collection amply documents his interest in the American labor movement and, in particular, the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) and sheds light on the scholarly research that he completed during the final years of his life.
Abrams, Albert J.
0.75 cubic ft.
Albert Jack Abrams was born in Stamford, Connecticut, on May 29, 1915. Abrams began his university studies at the University of Michigan in 1932, and he attended the National Institute for Public Affairs in Washington, D.C., in 1935. He received an A.B. from New York University in 1936, and he continued his studies at Columbia University (1940) and the Cornell School of Labor and Industrial Relations (1946). The records in this manuscript collection were originally arranged in a numerically classified subject file under the general subject of legislative administration.
Act Up Albany (N.Y.)
2.47 cubic ft.
This collection details records kept by the ACT UP organization committed to ending the AIDS crisis.
Adams, William E., 1922-1983
28 cubic ft.
The collection consists of materials from William E. Adams' service in the New York State Senate.
Adelphoi Literary Society
0.33 cubic ft.
A social fraternity for High School students attending the Milne School, the training school attached to the New York State College for Teachers.
1.0 cubic ft.
This collection contains items from a committee created to oversee major budget decisions. Materials include meeting agendas, minutes, and university wide memos about the decisions made at these meetings.
Affordable Housing Partnership And Capitol Affordable Housing Funding Corporation
1.7 cubic ft.
Documentation of the Affordable Housing Partnership and Capitol Affordable Housing Funding Corporation's adminstrative activities
AFSCME--Council 82 (N.Y.)
9.6 cubic ft.
This collection documents the day-to-day activities of Council 82, the New York State Law Enforcement Officers Union, during its first two decades of existence.
Ainsworth, Steven King
.33 cubic ft.
The Steven King Ainsworth Papers contain his artwork and writings, including "Heads Up" bulletins written by Ainsworth for prison inmates sentenced to life, life without parole, and their advocates.
Albany Collegiate Center
0.17 cubic ft.
The collection consists of records from the University at Albany's Albany Collegiate Center, 1933-1937.
Albany County Civic Center
0.75 cubic ft.
The Albany County Civic Center Collection documents the policy decisions that went into planning an arena in downtown Albany. Originally named the Knickerbocker Arena, it was later known as the Pepsi Arena and the Times Union Center.
Albany Friends Meeting (1942- : Albany, N.Y.)
1.0 cubic ft.
This collection includes material related to the Albany Friends Meeting's social justice activities, specifically having to do with injustices within the New York State judicial system.
Albany Printing Pressmen, Assistants And Offset Workers Union
Meeting minutes from the Albany Printing Pressmen, Assistants and Offset Workers Union who represented typographical workers from throughout the Capital District.
Albany/Schenectady League of Arts (Albany, N.Y.)
104 cubic ft.
The collection includes the day-to-day records of the now defunct Albany/Schenectady League of Arts.
Albany Student Press Corporation
2282 Digital Files
The University at Albany, SUNY student newspapers (State College News,, State University News, Albany Student Press), from 1916-present. Issues from the years 1916-1985 and 2015 are available online. Additional issues are only available in-person.
Albany Typographical Union No. 4 (Albany, N.Y.)
27 reels of microfilm
This collection documents the activities of the Albany Typographical Union, the first labor union founded in Albany, N.Y.
1.25 cubic ft.
The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, and manuscripts which reflect Irina Aleksander's association with a number of literary notables such as Anaïs Nin, Miroslav Krlea, Marijan and Zora Matkovi, Lon Pierre-Quint, Claude Aveline, and Evgenii Zamiatin.
Allied Printing Trades Council (Albany, N.Y.)
0.33 cubic ft.
The Albany Allied Printing Trades Council Collection contains meeting minutes of the Council dating from 1908-1990.
0.17 cubic ft.
Collection is made up of select volumes of the Freshman Focus, a publication from the Alumni Association, dating from 1984 to 1994.
1.49 cubic ft.
Collection is made up of the Alumni Quarterly, a publication made for and by Alumni of the State College For Teachers, published between 1919 and 1967.
Alumni Association of the University at Albany, SUNY
60.08 cubic ft.
The State University of New York at Albany Alumni Association Records document the day-to-day operations of the Alumni Association from the 1850s to the early 21st Century.
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Worker's Union. Hudson Valley Area Joint Board.
14.2 cubic ft.
The Hudson Valley Area Joint Board was formed in 1957 through the merger of the Columbia County and Mid-Hudson Valley Joint Boards. At that point, the two joint boards were affiliated of the Textile Workers Union of America (TWUA), which merged with the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA) in 1976 to form the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union (ACTWU). The collection documents the organization, administration, and activities of the Hudson Valley Area Joint Board and its predecessor organizations.
American Association of Retired Persons. Schenectady County Chapter 490
2.5 cubic ft.
This collection contains the American Association of Retired Persons, Schenectady County Chapter, #490's official newsletters, treasurer's reports, correspondence, various national and local publications, newspaper clippings, certificates, and the chapter banner.
American Association of University Professors. Albany Chapter
0.75 cubic ft.
The American Association of University Professors Records document the activities of the Albany Chapter from 1944 to 1974.
American Association of University Women--Albany Branch
5.9 cubic ft.
These records document the history of the Albany Branch of the American Association of University Women from 1913 - 1992. The records relate chiefly to women's issues; particularly higher education, general education, membership, international relations, legislation, World War II, employment, teaching, community projects and Albany, NY.
American Council for Émigrés in the Professions
10 cubic ft.
Chiefly, correspondence, memoranda, resumes, and other materials of the American Council for Émigrés in the Professions (ACEP).
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations--Albany Central Federation of Labor
3.8 cubic ft.
The collection documents the activities of the Albany Central Federation of Labor (AFL CIO) from 1983 to 2000.
American Federation of Teachers. Local 803 (Schenectady, N.Y.)
The City Teachers Association of Schenectady was founded in 1918 to promote standards of professionalism in teaching. The group was chartered as a union, the Schenectady Federation of Teachers, in 1944. Local 803 went on strike in 1975 in violation of the NYS Taylor Law. The local is affiliated with New York State United Teachers, American Federation of Teachers.
American Marketing Association, New York Capital Region
2.81 cubic ft.
The American Marketing Association, Capital District Chapter works for the advancement of business and management in the region. The collection includes publications concerning programs sponsored by the organization as well as administrative records. Also included are descriptions and handouts from businesses in the Capital District.
Americans for Effective Law Enforcement, New York Chapter
0.53 cubic ft.
The materials in the Americans for Effective Law Enforcement, New York Chapter collection document the chapter's early activities and establishment.
American Society for Public Administration. Empire State Capital Area Chapte
9.5 cubic ft.
Founded to encorage and advance training and professionalism in public administration for New York State
Anders, Gunther, 1902-1992
0.15 cubic ft.
The collection contains correspondence of Gunther Anders with two individuals.
4 cubic ft.
This collection is made up of the papers of Arthur N. Applebee, Distinguished Professor of Education and founder of Center on English Learning And Achievement (CELA), covering his professional career in Albany.
Appleby, Paul H., (Paul Henson), 1891-1963
0.17 cubic ft.
The Paul H. Appleby collection is composed of correspondence and Appleby's writings and speeches from his experience in government service.
1 cubic ft.
The collection consists of inactive records from the University at Albany's Art Department.
Association of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York
22.5 cubic ft.
An early organization representing higher education before the Legislature and the Executive in Albany, as well as the Federal Government in Washington D.C.
Atlantic States Legal Foundation, Inc.
179.74 cubic ft.
The Atlantic States Legal Foundation Records document the environmental not-for-profit organization’s pollution reduction and environmental remediation projects and cases throughout the United States and territories.
Atmospheric Science Research Center
6.5 cubic ft.
The collection consists of inactive records from the University at Albany's Atmospheric Science Research Center.
Audubon New York
0.4 cubic ft.
This collection contains the records of Audubon New York.
Aufbau (New York)
6 cubic ft.
This collection contains issues of Aufbau, which began publication in 1934 as a newsletter for the German-Jewish Club of New York.
4.82 cubic ft.
The Bill Babbitt Collection documents nearly ten years of legal efforts to spare Manny Babbitt's life from execution, and two decades of advocacy activities to try to abolish the death penalty.
Bachhofer, Ludwig, b. 1894
12.18 cubic ft.
This collection contains correspondence and materials related to Ludwig Bachhofer's professional interests in and knowledge about Asian art.
Baldus, David C.
192.3 cubic ft.
The David C. Baldus Papers document the distinguished legal research career of David C. Baldus, which includes the most sophisticated challenges to capital punishment in the United States since the reinstatement of the Death Penalty in 1976. Included is material from the Georgia Charging & Sentencing Study, which was used as evidence in the McCleskey v. Kemp (1987) decision. Similar studies involving capital sentencing in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the U.S. Military are also detailed, as is Baldus's formal reports to the supreme courts of a number of other states. Also present is material documenting Baldus's long career as the Joseph B. Tye Professor of Law at the University of Iowa Law School. This includes teaching material, presentations, publications, and material documenting faculty service.
Bannon, William G.
0.25 cubic ft.
Writings on regional political affairs of Siberia and China in 1920s by U.S. Department of War representative.
Barth, Max, 1896-1970
0.25 cubic ft.
The Correctional Association of New York Records includes records from the Board of Directors, annual reports, prison visit files, Narcotics Committee files, program and bureau files, project files, subject files, and publications. The only records of the organization available from the nineteenth century are the annual reports, which have been microfilmed and are available in the University Library.
Bauchwitz, Kurt, 1890-1974
19 cubic ft.
This collection primarily documents the literary and legal careers of Roy C. Bates (Kurt Bauchwitz). The materials document his early years in Germany (1890-1938), the years of flight from Hitler's Germany via Japan to the United States (1938-1941), and his U.S. years (1941-1974).
Baum, Vicki, 1888-1960
0.33 cubic ft.
This collection contains Vicki Baum's correspondece related to publishing between 1929 and 1959 and notes and synopses of four of her manuscripts.
Becker, Frank John, 1899-1981
22.44 cubic ft.
The Frank J. Becker Papers document Becker's service in the U.S Congress, as a representative of Nassau County (N.Y.), where he served from 1953-1964. The collection includes correspondence, subject files, and legislation from his tenure.
Bedau, Hugo Adam
36 cubic ft.
Hugo A. Bedau (Ph.D., Harvard, 1961) is a commentator, scholar, and activist for the abolition of capital punishment. He is a prominent spokesperson in the abolitionist movement and well-known for his scholarship and writing concerning the death penalty and the challenge to separate logical arguments from moral arguments.