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Papers document distinguished career of physiologist Hermann Rahn. Includes correspondence with international scientists, research files, symposia files, manuscripts and abstracts of Rahn's work and others, and curriculum vita of many international scientists.
Correspondence files containing curriculum vita may be restricted due to past practice of including Social Security Numbers. Please see archivist for access.Topics: UB People
Photos taken by Ian M. Redinbaugh.Topics: Student Life, Photographs
Registration statistics for the summer sessions, 1931-1960, and for the total registration at the university, 1948-1976, compiled by the Office of Admissions and Records.Topics: Student Life, University History Resources
The papers of Justice Gustin L. Reichbach (1946-2014). Includes personal materials and professional records from his private legal practice and judicial chambers. The collection contains personal papers, correspondence, news clippings, photographs, and legal files.Topics: Social Activism
Jonathan F. Reichert papers, 1941-2000 contains the personal and professional papers of Jonathan F. Reichert, including personal and professional correspondence; certificates of educational and extracurricular achievement; event programs and flyers; course and lecture notes and materials including posters, View-Masters, and overhead projector transparencies; lecture recordings; clippings; draft, proof, and hard copies of Reichert's books; lecture notes and research pertaining to the Strategic Defense Initiative.Topics: UB People, Audio/Visual collections
Victor Reinstein was born in 1894 and was a member of 1916 graduating class of the University of Buffalo School of Medicine. He later received a law degree. His mother was Dr. Anna Reinstein, the first doctor to live in Cheektowaga, N.Y. Victor Reinstein spent most of his life in Cheektowaga where he and his wife, Julia Boyer Reinstein, were community benefactors. He died in 1984.
Disbound photograph album compiled by Victor Reinstein in the 1960s. Photographs of faculty of the School of Medicine of the University of Buffalo, circa 1916, and of nurses at Buffalo General Hospital, circa 1916. Many photographs are not identified. For each graduate of the School of Medicine class of 1916 there is a page of photographs including images from anatomy classes. Also included is a photograph of the 1917 meeting of the School of Medicine Alumni Society. Album pages are numbered 1-102.Topics: Photographs, Student Life
Transcript of October 10, 1972 meeting of "Revolutionary Males" seminar. The class featured statements by Tom Bell and Greg Calvert, both active in 1960s American politics, including with Students for a Democratic Society.
**Taken from the transcript introduction:
"What follows is a transcript, slightly edited and abridged, of the October 10, 1972 meeting of the seminar Revolutionary Males, led by Burton Weiss and Charles Haynie, Tolstoy College. The members of this all-male seminar have been trying to learn 'what it means to be a male in American society in 1972, and how, as fast as possible, we can make this society livable.' (Or, more generally, what are the 'deep, often disguised, relations between sexuality and politics'?) The session... was devoted to hearing autobiographical statements by Tom Bell and Greg Calvert."
Lecture notes on anatomy, with original sketches; Medical Alumni Catalog (1925); and material regarding 30th reunion of Class of 1904 of the University of Buffalo School of Medicine.Topics: UB People
Typescripts and manuscript drafts of three works of literary criticism: The Clairvoyant Eye: The Poetry and Poetics of Wallace Stevens (1965); C. Day Lewis (1971); and The Poetics of William Carlos Williams.Topics: UB People
Minutes of the School of Business Administration, 1929-1961; minutes of various committees; and correspondence concerning University insurance.Topics: UB People
Collection of materials from Dale Riepe, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy. Includes extensive correspondence, subject files, and department and related professional papers, as well as several drafts and manuscripts of Riepe's publications.Topics: UB People
This collection contains writings and speeches; newspaper clippings; and pamphlets, programs and other printed material concerning political and civic groups, covering such topics as women's suffrage, women workers, women as jurors and city and state politics. Of particular interest to the study of the woman suffrage movement in Buffalo are membership lists of the Woman Workers Suffrage League (ca. 1908) and from the Buffalo Political Equality League (ca. 1905).Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Social Activism, Women's History in WNY
Personal papers documenting demographical aspects of the broader Jewish community in Buffalo, as well as future planning for specific Jewish organizations as created by Kenneth Rogers.Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives
File consisting of correspondence and set of returned questionnaires issued in December 1964 by Professor Rottenberg, in his private poll of graduate faculty opinion concerning the practice of broadcasting of Christmas carols on campus. Organized by donor: Correspondence; Returned questionnaires, many with strong opinions added by faculty members polled.Topics: UB People
The papers of Dr. Hubert J. Rubenstein documents his immediate and extended family's artistic activities and his own genealogy project that he undertook to document the extended Rubenstein-Maisel-Adler as well as other connected families.Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives; Digital Collections
Photographs (1946-1948) of the UB basketball and football teams, donated by William Rudick, a UB alumnus and former student athlete.Topics: Sports
The personal and professional papers of nuclear physicist and State University of New York at Buffalo physics professor, Moti Lal Rustgi.Topics: UB People