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The Louis Curth papers measure 12.87 cubic feet and date from 1885-2003. The collection consists of research materials used in the writing of "The Forest Rangers: A History of the New York State Forest Ranger Force" (1987) and includes manuscripts, reports, correspondence, photographs, and other records detailing forest ranger history as well as glimpses into Curth's career.
Correspondence, notes, legal papers, news releases, and other material documenting the role of Louis Marshall in the protection of the Adirondacks.
Pocket diary of Union College graduate Lucius I. Root (Class of 1847) chronicling his daily activities and the weather.
Draft of "Union College's Class of 1868: The Unique Experiences of Some Average Alumni." Also includes a copy of the recollections of Edward C. Jordan (UC 1868).
Maps, mostly of Union College campus and Schenectady, collected by Special Collections & Archives.
The Marshall Family Photographs consist mostly of albums showing the family enjoying recreational activities in the Adirondacks.
Clippings and other ephemera relating to Benjamin's art exhibits and other work.
Photocopy typescript of the journal of Martin Van Buren Burt, Union College Class of 1838.
Correspondence, notes, and other research materials used by Mary Arakelian in writing a biography of her aunt titled Doc: Orra A. Phelps, M.D.: Adirondack Naturalist and Mountaineer (2000).
Three issues of The Union Soot, including the 1926 edition and both versions of the 1929 edition, edited by Maurice Victor Odquist, UC Class of 1926. Collection also contains black and white photographs of campus, parties, dorm rooms, students playing music, and ice hockey.
The collection consists of Milo R. Kniffen's legal files as attorney for the Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks (AfPA) in the organization's successful fight against the proposed Panther Mountain Dam.
Meeting agendas and information about proposed speakers.
Scrapbook of clippings, photographs, autographs, and ephemera about the Mohawk Drama Festival and Institute of the Theatre by student Miriam Johnson.
The Mohawk Valley Hiking Club records includes publications, photographs, slides, maps, membership and financial records, and ephemera documenting the history of the organization.
Engineering research, notes, writings, speeches, correspondence, publications and reference material from Union College Professor Mortimer F. Sayre.
Eulogy for Moss Kent Booth, a letter from Booth to his father, and related material collected by his descendant Susan B. Strange.
Daily journal kept by Union College student Nathan Hill Wood.
The Neal W. Allen, Jr. Papers consist mostly of professonal papers, including research notes, writings, correspondence, committee records, grade books, and other materials from the long-time Union College history professor. Also includes some personal papers relating to his military service.
Minutes, issues papers, press clippings, and other documents generated by the New York State Commission on the Adirondacks.
The New York State Conservation Council, Inc. records measure 1.89 cubic feet and were created during the years 1937-1989. The records consist of annual meeting minutes, reports, resolutions, and other records of the Council.
Ledgers and related financial information from the Mount Van Hoevenberg Bobsled Run operated by the New York State Conservation Department.
The collection consists of correspondence with legislators, meeting minutes, information on skiing and outdoor clubs, notes on hearings, articles, press releases, and other records of the New York State Trails Conference.
Research files, writings, articles, photographs, and other materials used in editing Adirondack portraits: a piece of time and other research on Jeanne Robert Foster and Paul Schaefer.
The Norman J. VanValkenburgh Papers consist primarily of records from the Forest Preserve Centennial and research files for publications and reports by Van Valkenburgh.