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Photographs of student activities and college scenes taken by Frank R. Stansel (Class of 1926) while a student at Union College.
Postcards depicting Union College and Schenectady scenes.
Typescript of manuscript originally made for presentation to Gertrud Gingrich in 1935, but updated through 1940.
Artificial collection containing various materials documenting Greek letter societies at Union College. Constitutions of secret societies is a 1861 manuscript which documents the constitutions, officers, members, mottos, and select correspondence of Delta Phi, Sigma Phi, Psi Upsilon, Beta Theta Pi, and Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternities. Also includes the Phi Alpha Theta charter.
Scrapbook pages containing different printings of a newspaper article syndicated by AP press on students removing paint from the Idol in 1963 written by Heitkamp. A sample of the paint is also included.
Photographs of rivers and lakes taken by Fred M. Howgate of Amsterdam, New York.
8 lines of verse.
Commonplace book of notes, verse, quotations, and clippings kept by G. R. Tobey (Class of 1851) while a student at Union College.
The Randorf Papers include journals, correspondence, notes, writings, and research files on the Adirondacks.
Women's Studies honors theses, reference files, and a survey on rape at Union College.
Letters from the General Electric Company to the agencies selling GE motors.
Land indentures between William Lord (Archbishop of York) and George and Enoch Markham relating to land in the Adirondacks.
The George D. Davis papers consist of Adirondack Study Commission reports, Adirondack Park Agency records, materials related to the Commission on the Adirondacks in the 21st Century, correspondence and special reports by the Adirondack Land Trust, USDA Forest Service records and correspondence, Davis Associates project files, correspondence with the Department of Environmental Conservation and other records relating to land use management.
Diary pages, class compositions and a receipt for an initiation fee in the Delphian Institute.
The George J. Youngs Papers document his career as a forest ranger with a focus on firefighting and pest control. The collection consists largely of correspondence and printed materials.
Correspondence with classmates, photographs, and ephemera.
Class of 1947 reunion photographs taken in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. A Department of Intercollegiate Athletics life pass issues to Haas noting his letter awards in baseball and basketball for the years 1944 and 1947.
Bible Society address, Latin salutatory for commencement (apparently not delievered), and several other items of George Washington Doane (Class of 1818).
Correspondence, financial records, and ephemera of George Westinghouse. Mostly relates to the Westinghouse Air Brake Company.
Five letters from Giles F. Yates to the Connecticut State Comptroller regarding Schenectady residents who served in the Revolutionary War.
Records of the Glee Club of Union College. Recordings comprised of Master copies and published versions of the 1995 digital remaster of the Union College Glee Club's concerts of February 18 and May 16, 1973 and December 4, 1974. Photographs of Glee Club dated 1920 and 1965. Miscellaneous ephemera including brochures, concert posters, programs and flyers.
The Grant R. Thatcher papers consist of forest ranger manuals, promotional materials, and maps.
Joe Jillisky Manuscript "What the Rocks and Mountains Tell Me: Verplanck Colvin and the Exploration of the Adirondack Mountains"
Draft manuscript of an unpublished biography of Colvin by Joe Jillisky. Also includes an introduction and several pieces of correspondence by Neal S. Burdick.
Class excercises, schedules, receipts, one photograph, one postcard, a commencement invitation and other Union College epehemera from Class of 1894 graduate Hamilton Earle Furman.
Proceedings, testimony, and related material documenting the disputed football game between Hamilton and Union Colleges on November 11, 1889.
The collection consists primarily of letters written by Hans Hainebach to his mother while serving in the US Army during the Second World War. Other material includes a photograph of Hainebach and uniform patches.
The Harold A. Jerry, Jr. papers consist of 11.09 cubic feet and date from 1952-1995. The papers include environmental reports, correspondence, writings, and other records associated with Jerry's work as a government official working to prevent overdevelopment in the Adirondack Park.