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Taintor (Zebulon) files on Senate Professional Association, circa 1970-1974

Records include clippings, correspondence, legislative bulletins, minutes, and newsletters concerning contract negotiations, Article 20, Article 38, and SUNY Health Science Centers.  Zebulon Taintor was a member of the SPA Article 20 Committee, chairman of the Article 38 committee and later, president of the Buffalo Health Sciences SPA chapter. Article 20 of the contract between United University Professions (UUP) and the Office of Employee Relations of SUNY concerned salary settlements of professional faculty. Article 38 discussed management topics: promotion, tenure, faculty work load, and funding sources for research.

Topics: UB People

Task Force records, Office of the President, Robert Ketter administration

Records kept by Lawrence A. Cappiello, Assistant to the Executive Vice President, on five task forces appointed by President Robert Ketter in 1970.  Ketter established these task forces to study major issues facing the University at Buffalo. At that time, the University had experienced significant events, including campus unrest, an academic restructuring of the College of Arts and Sciences into Faculties, and planned expansion to the Amherst (North) campus. The task forces were Community Relations (Richard G. Brandenburg and Ralph W. Loew, chairs), University Community (Alan J. Drinnan, chair), University Governance (Donald W. Rennie, chair), University Organization (Daniel H. Murray, chair), and University Goals (Charles H. V. Ebert, chair). Each chair served as a general steering committee, preparing final reports and recommendations of the task forces forwarded to Ketter.

The collection has been minimally processed.  However, descriptions of each task force and their charge can be found in the collection finding aid.

Topics: University History Resources, Campus Unrest

Temple Beth El Records, 1847-2006

Congregational papers documenting the religious, historic and cultural life of Temple Beth El from its beginnings in 1847 until 2006 just prior to merger with Shaarey Zedek to form Temple Beth Tzedek in 2008.

Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives

Temple Beth Israel (Niagara Falls, N.Y.) Records, 1880-2011

Temple Beth Israel (Niagara Falls, N.Y.) documenting aspects of Jewish community in Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Material includes minutes, newsletters, programs, photographs and newspaper clippings.

Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives

Temple Beth Shalom, Elma, New York Papers, 1979-1997

Papers documenting aspects of Temple Beth Shalom, Elma, NY based at Camp Centerland, Elma, NY.

Topics: Digital Collections, Jewish Buffalo Archives

Temple Beth Zion Records, 1864-2008

Organizational papers documenting the religious and community activities of Temple Beth Zion synagogue. Includes photographs, ledgers, scrapbooks, correspondence, newspaper clippings, newsletters, flyers, certificates, architectural drawings and special format or oversize materials dating from 1864 to 2008. Includes materials created by auxiliaries, religious school, leadership, administration and clergy.

Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives, Digital Collections

Tetewsky (Gloria) Papers, 1980-2001

Personal papers documenting volunteer activities of Gloria Tetewsky within three Jewish organizations in Buffalo. Includes newspaper clippings, newsletters, flyers and invitations relating to her volunteer service for Kehilat Shalom, Hadassah and Chabad House of Buffalo.

Topics: Jewish Buffalo Archives

The Women's Group records, 1983-2018

Collection includes membership rosters, newsletters, event invitations, schedules, committee work, anniversary files, and articles relating to The Women's Group.  The Women's Group was started in 1983 by twenty women in Buffalo, New York as a way to network with and support other professional women. The Group meets monthly and consists of many "women firsts:" first woman Surrogate Court judge in Western New York, first woman president of the American Medical Association, and first woman editor of the Buffalo News, among others.

Topics: Women's History in WNY

Thorn (Katherine) papers, 1940-1969

Professional papers pertaining primarily to Thorn's work on speech disorders at the Speech Clinic and in the Department of Speech Communication. Collection includes tape recordings of speech disorders used for class instruction and Thorn's papers as a member of the Committee on the Evaluation of the Student Constitution at the University of Buffalo.

Topics: UB People

Tobol (Amy Ruth) Papers, 1974-1994

The collection contains material related to Amy Ruth Tobol's academic and extracurricular pursuits at the State University of New York at Buffalo, including extensive involvement in the Anti-Rape Task Force and the Women's Studies Program. Also included are papers which reflect Tobol's positions within the National Lawyers Guild including extensive documentation on her participation in the 12th World Festival of Youth Students (Moscow, 1985).

Topics: Social Activism, Women's History in WNY

Touster (Saul) Papers, 1960s

Correspondence, notes, minutes, and clippings regarding work on various University at Buffalo committees, including Fenton Lectures Committee (1965-1967); Faculty Senate Committees (1964-1968); and the Faculty Advisory Committee on Presidential Selection, (1965-1966). Also, papers as chairman of the Schools Committee - Parkside Community Association (1961-1968) regarding integration of Buffalo Schools -- especially PS 54; and the Lenhoff Memorial edited by Touster in honor of a former professor at the University at Buffalo School of Law (1965-1968).

Topics: UB People

Travis (Stanley D.) Papers, 1932-1967

Concerns theatre at UB, including minutes, Blue Masquers, programs, tickets, photos, clippings, correspondence, and recordings of plays on the radio.

Topics: UB People, Student Life, Ephemera

Twentieth Century Political and Social Pamphlets Collection, 1883-1986 (bulk 1935-1970)

A collection of twentieth century political and social pamphlets issued in the United States, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, China, and elsewhere; includes 28 pamphlets illustrating life in the Soviet Union designed for distribution at the Soviet World of Tomorrow pavilion at the 1939 New York World's Fair.

Topics: Social Activism