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The Ruth Anne Evans papers primarily document her tenure as a librarian at Union College. Files include correspondence, reports, minutes, committee records, research, ephemera, and deatils about the Audubon theft in 1972. Additional materials relate to her personal life, including her upbringing in Schenectady and education at Smith College.
Photocopies of photographs of Union College scenes found by S. Bruce Franklin (Class of 1952) in the attic of the Civil Engineering Building in 1951. The originals were filed in the Picture File.
Notebook of three sermons with some annotations.
Notebook used by Union College student Samuel Van Vechten (Class of 1818) for student work and as a diary. Brief biographical sketch by his granddaughter inserted in front.
Financial and membership records from Dixon Ryan Fox's tenure as President of the Schenectady Philharmonic Orchestra Society.
Account book labeled as being from a Schenectady tavern.
Notes, certificates, and notices relating to Schuyler Strong's career as a lawyer, as well as several items relating to Union College.
Typescripts of six humorous essays for the New Yorker.
Records of the Sigma Chi fraternity. At present, collection consists of one issue of the Union Sig publication from 1928.
Buildings are mostly custom houses, post offices, and courthouses in the Eastern United States. Sketches are photographic copies, probably intended for publication.
This collection was created in response to the global pandemic known as COVID-19, or Novel Coronovirus, beginning in March, 2020. The Department of Special Collections at Schaffer Library have started this collection as an ongoing effort to collect responses of the Union College community, as well as those local to it, who have been affected by the pandemic in one way or another.
The Sports Information Department Records include clippings, press releases, photographs, statistics, and artifacts relating to Union College sports teams.
12 individual leaves taken from disbound religious and antiquarian books. Each leaf is mounted on a sheet of paper which also includes a facsimilie of the title page from each respective volume.
Meeting minutes, memos, reports, and other documents from Student Affairs Council Chair Ruth Anne Evans.
Contains Student Council meeting minutes from 1932-1938, Student Forum meeting minutes and correspondence from the 1998-1999 school year, and the results of the Trimester-Semester Referendum from 2003, with information on what proportion of each class voted.
Meeting minutes, publicity, finances, lists of married students and other records of the Student Wives Association of Union College dating from 1965 to 1976.
Two boxes containing scrapbook materials, disassembled for conservation purposes, with ephemera such as corsages, newspaper clippings, commencement pamphlets, and brochures from sports events. Scrapbooks were assembled by Marget Carey Taormina, Union College employee and wife of Frank Taourmina, UC Class of 1950.
Copy of Crane's introduction to "The Education demanded by the People of the U. States" by Francis Wayland with footnotes added.
Correspondence, legal documents, and other material mostly relating to the construction of the Theta Delta Chi House.
Minutes, membership lists, and the constitution of Theta Lambda Phi's Parker Senate.
Daily diaries written by Judge Thomas Palmer of Schenectady with typewritten transcripts. Other materials include diplomas, certificates, and miscellaenous writings. Dairies provide a glimpse into political, religious, business, and social life of Schenectady and Saratoga Counties in the 19th century. Complete diaries are missing for the years 1848-1852.
Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, receipts, commencement materials, and information on Tillott's Blatchford Oratorical Prize.
Constitution, membership list, and a history of the Tiger's Eye Society.
Extensive financial records, including bill books, cash books, day books, journals, ledgers, vouchers, and correspondence. Substantial records from the Nott Trust and Union's ownership of Long Island City real estate are also included.