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Record book noting important years in Union College history from its founding until the early 20th century.
The Office of College Relations contains extensive historical subject files, records from the Campaign for Union as well as the later Powering Union Campaign. Includes accompanying film "A Union of People," and other records relating primarily to fundraising and construction. Files include reports, ephemera, correspondence, photographs, and audio-visual recordings. Alumni files consist of collected biographical materials on alumni and non-graduates who attended Union College.
Press releases, photographs, publications, audiovisual recordings and other records from by the Office of Communications and Marketing (formerly the Public Relations Office) on a wide range of Union College topics.
Faculty news briefs, Union's Week newsletter, event calendars, and lists of student activities issued by the Office of External Affairs.
House System Implementation Committee records, Minerva Council records, Minerva Fellows records, and Minerva Program records. Materials include meeting minutes, agendas, correspondence, surveys, assessments, reports, handbooks, and photographs. Surveys include student statements on their perceptions of the Minerva house system and attitudes towards Greek Life and campus culture in general.
Scrapbook documenting Underhill's freshman year at Union College.
Graduation diploma and Adelphic Society certificate both from 1861.
Meeting minutes and related material from the Phi Alpha Society of Union College (also known as the Skull and Shield).
Second revised final version of Dunne's screenplay "How Green Was My Valley" for Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.
Letters related to Philip John Schuyler and his family, 1777-1800.
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings and ephemera apparently compiled by ballerina Phyllis Marmein covering her performances, primarily as part of the Mohawk Drama Festival.
The Picture File contains photographs and negatives of Union College campus, students, faculty, staff, alumni, and events. Additional material covering Schenectady and the surrounding area is also included.
Postcards of the campus, its vicinity, artifacts, individuals, events, activities, and sites and scenes associated with the College, Schenectady, and surrounding areas. Postcards in this collection have been sorted to correspond to their location on or near campus.
Meeting minutes, reports, memos, and other documents from the President's Committee on Campus Security (also known as the President's Committee on Campus Safety).
Reports, correspondence, memos, and other records of President's Task Force on Athletics member Ruth Anne Evans.
Press Club minute books.
Publications, correspondence, teaching materials, and other papers of Union College Physics Professor Ralph A. Alpher.
This collection is comprised of documents made by architect Jacques Ramee between 1812 and 1814. President Eliphalet Nott hired Ramee as to design the campus of Union College 1812 and 1814, and much of the design remains intact today. Many of the folders in this collection contain reproductions of these documents created during research by Paul Turner for his publications on the creation of the campus.
These are photographs of Union College alumni class reunions taken by year of graduation of each class from 1955 through 1978. Black and white photographs found in collections, gift of Robert Trumbull. Date of gift is unknown but possibly in the 1980s.
Minutes of the Revolutionary Committee of Safety in Schenectady during the American Revolutionary War.
Correspondence of Richard Osburn, Jr. (Class of 1846) documenting his time at Union College and initial post-graduate years.
Typescript of a fictional story by Rita Weiman to be published in Good Housekeeping. This manuscript was presented to Mrs. Sadie Stein representing, The Schenectady Chapter of Hadassah, by the Schenectady War Finance Committee as first prize for selling the most War Bonds. It was presented on November 10th, 1943 at Union College's Memorial Chapel.
The collection contains the professional papers and publications of Professor of Philosophy and Bioethics, Robert Baker. The materials cover his academic career in Bioethics and contain various course materials, writings as well as underground newspapers covering his involvement in the protest movement during the Vietnam War. Publications include monographs, reports and articles that Baker authored, edited or contributed to.
Sheet music of African-American spirituals from Louisiana.
Postcards of the Union College campus and its vicinity, including postcards of student activities, individuals, and off-campus sites associated with prominent College alumni collected by Robert N. Michaelson (Class of 1972).