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The Harrison L. Wirt papers date from 1898-1960, and measure .61 cubic feet. Found within the papers are patents, writings, correspondence, and other materials associated with Wirt's career as a gas turbine engineer at General Electric.
Newspaper articles, photographs, and postcards of Harry Naumann with Psi Upsilon fraternity members and friends while a student at Union College and one photograph of a class reunion.
Union College ephemera from Harry Worthington Paige (Class of 1946).
Personal letters from Henry R. Mygatt (UC 1830) to John Clapp. Also includes a photograph of Mygatt.
Materials relating to Tann's professional career at Union College including compositions, published scores, lesson plans, correspondence from the Department of Music, and information on performances. Personal materials include notes from a class taught by Milton Babbitt at Princeton University as well as thank you letters, awards, and tributes at the time of her death.
Architectural plans created by Paul Schaefer during construction and renovation of houses and munipical projects in the North Country and Town of Niskayuna.
Notebook kept by Homer Greene containing copies of poems by various authors, including Greene himself.
Photograph album of the Reverend Horace G. Day, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Schenectady. Contains photographs of local residents and Union College professors.
Family correspondence and other letters of Union College student Horatio Wildman (Class of 1817).
Minutes, constitution, and membership listing of a student organization acting as a mock United States House of Representatives.
Historical accounts, essays, and poems written or compiled by Howard I. Becker relating to the Long Lake area.
Correspondence with Paul Schaefer and financial documents relating to the purchase of land. Also includes several photographs and correspondence with Archie "Bobcat" Rainey.
Correspondence, ephemera, scrapbooks, photographs, artifacts, and audiovisual materials documenting Hugh Allen Wilson's tenure as a Professor of Performing Arts at Union College.
Book of minutes with various related papers inserted.
Book of common and preferred stock certificates for Iroquois Hills, Inc.
This collection consists of three bound artifacts which contain pressed wildflowers and plants of the Colorado and Rocky Mountain areas. One is dated 1896, gathered by Dr. H.G. Pershing, in Denver, Colorado, another is titled "Wildflowers of the Rockies," and the third it titled "Flora Alpina" with George T. Stevens named as the collector. Dates are approximate.
Photographs, publications, papers, and ephemera from Irving Langmuir. The collection also contains business correspondence of his father, Charles Langmuir. Eight albums of photographs document travels throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Receipts (1856-1858) for payments by Isaac I. Truax and his son Edgar I. Truax (Class of 1859) to Union College and programs for the annual exercises of the Union Classical Institute (1877, 1882).
The Isaac W. Jackson Collection measures .89 cubic feet and span the years 1832-1878. The collection consists of diaries, notebooks, an account ledger, genealogical information, writings, newspaper clipping, and printed materials detailing the life and career of Issac W. Jackson at Union College.
Student diaries of Jabez P. Dake (Class of 1849) covering his studies at Madison University and Union College.
The collection consists primarily of research files created by James Glover for his book A Wilderness Original: The Life of Bob Marshall. Additional research files relating to Bob Marshall were generated by Philip Terrie for an abortive book project.
The contents of this collection consist of an illustration, promotional materials for various events, a postcard, facsimile documents, an exhibition catalogue, a calendar, a small booklet, a theatre program, and a monthly publication.
Ephemera of James P. Barford (UC 1940) including commencement exercises, ReUnion materials, articles about Union College, and Union Gridiron magazines.
153 page manuscript entitled "Incidents in the Life of James R. Boyd," written by a 1822 graduate of Union College. The memoir includes reminiscences of being a student at Union and impressions of Eliphalet Nott. A trip to Scotland is documented in detail. The 1832 cholera epidemic is mentioned on page 94. Boyd also talks about life in Albany and his work as a minister.
Manuscript account by James R. Truax of a discussion he had with Robert G. Ingersoll on religion in the early 1880s. Also includes an explanatory typescript and some notes, probably from Walter J. Reagles.
The Jeanne Robert Foster Collection measures .95 cubic feet and was created during the years 1896-2004, with the bulk of materials falling between 1921-1970. The collection consists of correspondence, writings, poetry, photographs, and other records.
The Jeanne Robert Foster papers measure 15 cubic feet and date from 1854-2003, with the bulk of materials from 1930-1970. Materials in the collection include biographical information, correspondence, unpublished writings, photographs, scrapbooks, and ephemera.