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Papers, newspaper clippings, news releases, articles on the Chinese Economic Conference, and information on a planned trip to China by or about Union College economics professor Bruce L. Reynolds.
Pamphlets of poetry by Byron W. Reed
Photographs of Union College and New York City taken by Carl C. Budlong (Class of 1932).
Correspondence and ephemera relating primarily to Paul Schaefer.
The Carl J. George collection consists primarily of newspaper clippings, correspondence, and other materials related to the Adirondacks collected by Carl J. George as part of his work on the Adirondack Chronology. Also included are his writings on Adirondacks biology and environmentalism.
Historical material on Beaver Lake and the camping trips of her grandfather Bob Gillespie and Harvey and Ray Durham. Primarily photocopies.
Inaugural materials, engagement calendars, writings, speeches, photographs and related material by Union College President Carter Davidson (1946-1965).
Clippings, reports, ephemera, and other material documenting the Catskills.
Research files, publications, minutes, and administrative files created as part of the studies on moral education by the Character Research Project founded by Union College psychology professor Ernest M. Ligon.
Photograph album of color snapshots mounted on construction paper with handwritten captions about Union College history by Charlene Blank for a school project.
Assorted correspondence and ephemera from Union College President Charles A. Aiken (1869-1871). Notable items include draft and final versions of his letter accepting the presidency of Union College and a letter from William H. Seward.
Administrative records, drafts, open space plans, and environmental reports created and accumulated while performing duties as the Director of Land Resources Planning for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
Student writings and correspondence of Charles F. Johnson (Class of 1822).
A general survey of campus and architectural drawings for a garage built at Union College in 1937.
The papers of Charles T. Male, Sr. and Jr. contain correspondence, administrative records, photographs, artifacts, and ephemera relating to their time as both students and faculty at Union College. Of particular note are records of the Union College Band in the early 20th century.