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Finding Aid for the Julian Park Papers, 1834-1965

15/2/119

State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives


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Collection Overview

Title: Julian Park Papers, 1834-1965
Creator: Park, Julian, 1888-1965
Extent: 10 manuscript boxes, 1 oversized box (5 linear feet)
Language of Material: Collection material in English.
Repository: State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives
Abstract: Papers of Julian Park, the first dean of Arts and Sciences (1919-1954) and the University's first Historian (1959-1965). Collection includes historical documents concerning the inception and early history of the University which Park used as research for his publication, History of the University of Buffalo (1917). Also includes an unpublished manuscript for a subsequent history of the University; typewritten memoir; scrapbooks regarding his father, Roswell Park and the University of Buffalo (1907-1964).

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Description and dates], Box/folder number, 15/2/119, Julian Park Papers, 1834-1965, University Archives, The State University of New York at Buffalo.

See the Archives' preferred citations instructions for additional information.

Acquisition Information

Donated to the University Archives by Martha Park Koekkoek and UB Professor Byron Koekkoek (Julian Park's daughter and son-in-law), September 1967.

Terms of Access

The Julian Park Papers, 1834-1965 are open for research.

Copyright

Copyright of papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns. Researchers must obtain the written permission of the holder(s) of copyright and the University Archives before publishing quotations from materials in the collection. Most papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures unless otherwise specified.

Processing Information

Originally processed by Archives staff, circa 1970s.

Accruals and Additions

No further accruals are expected to this collection.


Chronology

1888 (Nov. 6) Julian Park born in Buffalo, New York, son of Dr. Roswell Park, the namesake for the Roswell Park Cancer Institute, an internationally known cancer research facility in downtown Buffalo.
1910 Received his B.A. from Williams College.
1910-1911 Studied at the University of Paris and Columbia University.
1911-1913 Private Secretary to Cornelia Bentley Sage Quinton, Director of the Albright Art Gallery.
1913 Instructor in French, University of Buffalo.
1914-1918 Secretary for the College of Arts and Sciences.
1916 Married Florence Parkes. They would have three children: Roswell, David Julian, and Martha.
1917-1920 Served as French Consul for Western New York.
1918 Named Acting Dean to the newly formed College of Arts and Sciences.
1919-1954 Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
1920 Helped found the Scriptores club writers circle with Dr. Augustus H. Shearer, Librarian of Grosvenor Library, and Marc A. Rose, managing editor the Buffalo Evening News.
1923-1926 Served on Council of the American Association of University Professors.
1923-1927 President of the Buffalo Association of the Sons of the Revolution.
1924 Instrumental in starting Buffalo branch of the Foreign Policy Association.
1925-1929 Lecturer, Geneva School of International Studies.
1926-1935 Member of the Committee on Scholarships, Association of American Colleges.
1932-1942 President of the American Civil Liberties Union, Buffalo Branch.
1933 Appointed Chevalier (knight) of the Legion of Honor.
1935-1938 Chairman, Commission on Teacher Training, New York State Association of Colleges.
1941 Director of the newly-formed Pan American League Against Cancer.
1942 Ran as a candidate for a seat in the United States Congress on the Democratic Ticket. Park said of his decision to run: "It had always seemed to me that we who teach and preach politics ought to get a practical taste of it..."
1941-1942 (March-November) Trustee, Grosvenor Library (forerunner to the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library). He resigned the post to take over the Directorship of the Library while the current Director was on military leave.
1943-1945 Acting Director of Grosvenor Library, during wartime emergency.
1946-1948 Trustee, Grosvenor Library.
1949 Promoted to "Officier of the Legion of Honor" by the President of France for his contributions to strengthen the bonds of friendship between France and the United States.
1954 (July) Retired from the Deanship of the College of Arts and Sciences and appointed Dean Emeritus and University Historian.
1955-1959 President, Buffalo Historical Society.
1963 Presented the prestigious Red Jacket Award from the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society.
1965 (July 17) Died, Buffalo, NY.

Scope and Content Note

Papers concerning the history of the University of Buffalo assembled by Julian Park, first Dean of the Colleges and later University Historian. Includes documents from the University Council and of the Medical School concerning the activities of the University from its establishment in 1846 to the 1950s; correspondence and documents concerning the University Extension Movement, circa 1904-1911, and the College of Arts and Sciences, 1913-1961; minutes of the Deans' Committee, 1916-1923; correspondence with John Lord O'Brian and Edward Michael concerning the Extension Movement and the acquisition of the Main Street campus for the University; correspondence with Paul Mohn, Niles Carpenter and others concerning the history of the University, the Schools of Engineering, Social Work and Medicine; scrapbooks, 1911-1964, kept by Park documenting the University of Buffalo as well as Park's personal and professional activities.


Arrangement

This collection is arranged in nine series: I. Council of the University. II. Medical Department, University of Buffalo. III. University Extension Movement, 1904-1911. IV. College of Arts and Sciences, University of Buffalo, 1900-1962. V. Correspondence, 1917-1965. VI. Publications and awards. VII. Ephemera. VIII. Scrapbooks. IX. Lecture slides.


Container List

I.A     Charter and Bylaws
Box-folder Contents
1.1
University of Buffalo Charter and Bylaws from 1846-1953 (typescripts and printed), 1943-1953
1.2
UB Council Bylaws (pamphlet), 1898
I.B     Council Minutes
The University Archives has the original minute books of the University Council for 1855-1920, but the minute book covering 1846-1854 has not been located. The rough drafts of the 1851-1853 minutes in the Papers of Julian Park are the only available record of the Council meetings during that time period. The 1851-1853 drafts have been microfilmed.
Box-folder Contents
1.3-1.12
Minutes (rough drafts), 1851-1857
9
Minutes, 1920-1944
[bound volumes]
10
Minutes, 1944-1955; includes incomplete GAC minutes.
[bound volumes]
I.C    Stocks
Box-folder Contents
1.13
1846 stockholders list (typescript), no date
1.14-1.15
Stock transfers, 1852, 1884;includes letters written by Austin Flint and Frank Hamilton transferring 363 shares of stock of the University of Buffalo corporation to the University Council.
1.16-1.18
Estate of Frank H. Hamilton, 1888-1889; includes transfer of stock to the University.
1.19
Stock transfer from Dr. Charles Cary to the University Council, 1906
I.D     Mortgages and Land
Box-folder Contents
1.20
Mortgage from the Buffalo Orphan Asylum, 1848
1.21
Insurance policy and premium receipts on the Medical School building at Virginia and Main Streets, 1849-1857
1.22
Mortgage documents regarding the property at Virginia and Main Streets, 1886-1887
1.23-1.26
Land purchase, mortgage, and insurance for 24 High Street, 1891
1.27
Memoranda of an informal meeting of the University Council with the Erie County Board of Supervisors, 1907; includes letter from Charles Norton.
1.28
Signed resolution from the minutes of the City Federation of Women's Clubs granting permission for the University Council to borrow the funds of the Katherine Pratt Horton Scholarship, established with the creation of a Department of Arts and Sciences, towards the purchase of a new site for the University, 1909
1.29
Correspondence regarding building repairs (for 24 High Street?) with architect, George Cary, 1910-1911
1.30
Report to the University Council on the financial condition of the Medical Department (at 24 High Street?), 1916
II.A     Faculty Minutes
This series includes rough drafts of Medical School Faculty minutes. The minute book of the Faculty, School of Medicine, 1846-1852, in the University Archives 19/2/156.
Box-folder Contents
1.31-1.35
Minutes, 1846-1852; includes typewritten transcripts prepared by Archives Staff.
II.B     Medical School Documents
Arranged chronologically.
Box-folder Contents
1.36
Erie County Medical Society, 1834
1.37
Notes of Dr. George Miller on Typhoid epidemic in North Boston, 1843
1.38
Albany County Medical Society proceedings of special meeting, 1844
1.39
Letter from Ontario County Medical Society, 1844
1.40
Letter from Monroe County Medical Society, 1845
1.41
Vouchers of Dr. James P. White, chairman of Committee on Repairs to Medical College, 1847
1.42
Annual Report to the Regents, 1847
1.43
Revised Bylaws of the Medical Society, 1847
1.44
Petition from local physicians protesting use of Poorhouse patients for instruction, 1847
1.45
Passages regarding the organization of the Medical Department from the 1847-1851 Buffalo City Directories (typewritten by UB Councilman, General Louis L. Babcock), 1946
1.46
Certificates of study with doctors, for students wishing to graduate, 1847
1.47
Certificates of study, 1848-1849
1.48
Bylaws - Sisters of Charity Hospital (handwritten draft), 1848
1.49
Letters from former student, Dr. P.R. Stoddard to Dr. Frank Hamilton regarding an honorary degree for Dr. Israel Chissom, 1849
1.50
Request for appropriation from New York State, 1849
1.51
Committee meeting minutes to examine the failure of certain members to deliver addresses before the Medical Society (handwritten draft), 1850; includes typewritten transcript prepared by Archives Staff.
1.52
Medical student resident positions at the Sisters of Charity Hospital, 1850, no date; includes letters of application, resolutions.
2.1-2.3
Department of Medicine's faculty issues, 1851; includes resignation letters from Drs. C. B. Coventry, and James Webster, appointment of Dr. B.R. Palmer as Chair of Anatomy, nominations of Dr. John C. Dalton, Jr. for Professor of Physiology & Medical Jurisprudence and Dr. C. B. Coventry for Emeritus Professor of Physiology & Medical Jurisprudence.
2.4
Report of the Committee on Foreign Diplomas, 1851
2.5
Recommendations for degree, 1851
2.6
Letter to Dr. Austin Flint from the Secretary of UB Council requesting deposit of a letter in a safe place, 1851
2.7
Medical student resident positions at the Sisters of Charity Hospital, 1851, no date; includes letters of application, resignations.
2.8
Bills and receipts, 1852-1859
2.9
Members of Erie County Medical Society, 1853
2.10
Recommendations for degrees; certificate of examining committee, 1853
2.11
Resignation of Joshua Fish for the endorsement of an Agricultural Department, 1853
2.12
Medical student resident positions at the Sisters of Charity Hospital, 1853-1854, no date; includes letters of application.
2.13
Library Committee report to the UB Council, 1854
2.14
Letter from Millard Fillmore to Oxford University declining an honorary degree (Photostat copy), 1855
2.15
Certificates of study with Doctors for students wishing to graduate, 1855
2.16
Recommendations for a degree of Doctor of Medicine, 1856
2.17
Department of Medicine's faculty issues, 1856; includes resignation of Dr. Thomas Rochester as Chair of Clinical Medicine.
2.18
Letter to the UB Council of the Medical Department giving names of persons receiving degrees, 1857
2.19
Erie County Medical Society, 1860
2.20
New York Medical Journal, Vol. XIX, no. 1, January 1874; includes letter from H.B. Wilbur to the Hon. Nelson K. Hopkins regarding the article "Accommodation for the Insane on the Cottage Plan" by Dr. Winthrop B. Hallock.
2.21
Letter inviting Roswell Park to come to Buffalo (typewritten copy -- original kept by Julian Park), 1883
2.22
Medical School lecture schedule, 1880-1881
2.23
Committee on Appointment of Professors to chairs of Materia Medica and Pharmacognosy in Department of Pharmacy, 1890
2.24
Correspondence between Dr. Roswell Park and J.H. Ethridge of Rush Medical College in Chicago, 1891; includes telegrams offering Roswell Park the Chair of Surgery and a handwritten letter from him declining.
2.25
Letter from William Carey Barrett, Dean of Dental School concerning use of University Seal, 1896
2.26
Cancer Laboratory, 1900, 1905; includes notification of land entitlement on High Street and an agreement between the Commissioner of Health, the Medical Department of the University of Buffalo, and heads of the Cancer Laboratory (today Roswell Park Cancer Institute).
2.27
Medical Department expenses, 1907-1915
2.28
Medical Department course and lectures pamphlets, 1913-1914
2.29
Medical Department summary of instructional hours, 1916-1917
2.30
Memorial tributes to James A. Gibson, Professor of Anatomy, 1917
(see also Gibson's biographical file).
2.31
Letter from Augustus S. Downing, Department of Education, State Clinic of New York at Albany regarding the deficiency of the Medical Department's laboratory facilities (typewritten copy), 1918
2.32
Medical Department funds, 1922
2.33
The Medical Profession of Erie County, New York: Historical Review, bound publication prepared for the Medical Society of the County of Erie by Samuel A. Mattieu, 1924; includes biographical sketches of Buffalo's earliest physicians.
2.34
Developments in Medical Education at the University of Buffalo, 1953-1955 bound typewritten progress report, 1955
2.35
Personal reminiscences of early Medical School faculty (letters from Frederick Parmenter, Henry Mulford, and Samuel Capen), 1956
2.36
Dr. Frank Potts' remarks regarding his college days at the University of Buffalo recorded at a meeting of the Medical History Society of Buffalo (typewritten transcript), 1958
2.37
"Lest We Forget," Buffalo Surgical Society lecture by Dr. Herbert A. Smith, recipient of the Roswell Park Medal, February 9, 1960
2.38
Replies to Julian Park's query on clinical professors, 1961; includes typewritten article "Adventures in Medical Education," by G. Canby Robinson.
2.39
Correspondence about medical and dental examining boards: "Some Historical Notes Concerning the New York State Board of Dental Examiners," 1961-1962
II.C     Buffalo Medical Journal articles, 1850-1914
Typescripts of articles which appeared originally in the Buffalo Medical Journal. Probably used by Julian Park as reference material for his history of the University of Buffalo. Some are marked "not used."
Box-folder Contents
2.40
"Demonstrative Midwifery," Vol. 5 (Feb.-Mar. 1850): 564-566, 621-628
2.41
"Buffalo Medical College Vol. 9 (Nov. 1853): 365-367; "Address to the Graduates of the Medical Department of the University of Buffalo" by Thomas F. Rochester Vol. 9 (Apr. 1854): 641-651
2.42
"Medical Education of Females" Vol. 9 (Dec. 1853): 427-431
2.43
"First Medical Examining Board." Vol. 37 (Jan. 1898): 445-449; "Medical Education- The State License to Practice Medicine" by William W. Potter. Vol. 37 (Apr. 1898): 669-676; "Buffalo Pathologic Laboratory." Vol. 37 (Jun. 1898): 852-853; "Consolidation of the Buffalo Medical Schools." Vol. 37 (July 1898): 931-932; "A Century of Medical History in the County of Erie, 1800-1900. II. Medical Colleges" Vol. 38 (Oct. 1898); "A Century of Medical History in the County of Erie: Medical Department, Niagara University" Vol. 38 (Nov. 1898)
2.44
"New York State Department of Health -- Cancer Laboratory, University of Buffalo Fourth Annual Report" Vol. 41 (Mar. 1902); "In Memoriam -- Edward Mott Moore, M.D. Vol. 41 (July 1902)
2.45
"University of Buffalo Endowments." Vol. 34 (Aug. 1904); "Changes in the Permanent Faculty." Vol. 34 (Oct. 1904)
2.46
"Considerations on the Advisability of Athletics in Professional Colleges, with Special Reference to the University of Buffalo" by Burton T. Simpson, Vol. 34 (Feb. 1904)
2.47
"Dr. Roswell Park's Anniversary" Vol. 64 (Jan. 1909); "New York State Institute for the Study of Malignant Disease" (Jun. 1911)
2.48
"Significance of the Collegiate Year, as a Requirement to Medical Matriculation (Feb. 1913); "Alumni Association, U. of B." (Jul. 1913); "Our Contemporaries." (Jan. 1914)
III.     University Extension Movement, 1904-1911

Correspondence and clippings relating to early University fundraising campaigns to establish a College of Arts and Sciences and secure a new campus.

Box-folder Contents
3.1 Correspondence concerning the University Extension Movement between Charles P. Norton and John Lord O'Brian, 1904-1906
3.2 Letter to Jane Meade Welch from John Lord O'Brian about a contribution, 1905
3.3 Address given by J. N. Larned at a meeting of the Associated College Alumni, at the University Club regarding the University's position on support from the City of Buffalo, 1905
3.4 Plan for fund-raising by Committee in charge of the University Extension Movement, 1908
3.5 Statement by U.B. faculty and administration regarding free education for local Buffalo students being threatened by city government and the Roman Catholic Church (clipping), circa 1910
3.6 Correspondence between Chancellor Charles Norton and President Charles Needham of George Washington University regarding budgets for the proposed College of Arts and Sciences, 1910; includes correspondence with Chancellor Samuel Capen.
3.7 Clippings from the Buffalo Evening News, the Courier Express, and the Buffalo Enquirer regarding the University's fundraising campaign for a "Greater University," 1907-1911
3.9 Articles from the Buffalo Medical Journal regarding the University's fundraising (typewritten), 1909, 1911
Box-folder Contents
4.1 History of the Analytical Chemistry course (handwritten notes by Dr. Albert Sy?), circa 1919
4.2 College of Arts and Sciences: financial reports, 1914-1922
4.3 College of Arts and Sciences: report of the Secretary, 1915
4.4 Letter from Grace Knox to UB Councilman Andrew Raymond establishing the Seymour H. Knox Foundation to create the College of Arts and Sciences, 1916
4.5 Deans meetings minutes, 1916-1923
4.6 Cornelius M. Brown appointment to the College of Arts and Sciences Faculty, 1917
4.7 Faculty Laws of the College of Arts and Sciences, February 4, 1919
4.8 College of Arts and Sciences: memorandum of graduate courses, 1920
4.9 Committee on Evening College, 1923; includes correspondence.
4.10 Committee on Graduate Studies and Degrees correspondence with the Department of Mathematics, 1923, 1926
4.11 Endowment Fund Campaign brochure corrected page proofs, 1929
4.12 Statements regarding degree requirements, 1931-1933
4.13 Announcements of free public lectures, 1932-1941
4.14 Curriculum for Social Work prospectus, 1933
4.15 University of Barcelona medal gifted to the University of Buffalo in honor of the 100th anniversary of the restoration of the University of Barcelona, 1937; includes dedication and medal.
4.16 Acceptance letters to attend the 25th anniversary celebration of the founding of the College of Arts and Sciences, 1938
4.17 Proclamation by Mayor Thomas Holling of the City of Buffalo regarding the University of Buffalo Homecoming Day, 1940
4.18 Letters from prominent Buffalo leaders with advice on the future of a humanities education in a post-war culture, 1944; includes form letter from Julian Park, list of recipients, "The University's in Post War Reconstruction" speech by Edward Lupfer.
[File originally called "The Future of the Humanities, 1944" was originally found in the University Archives collection 20/5F/318, Reginald H. Pegrum Papers and later removed to the Julian Park Papers in 1979]
4.19 Chancellor Samuel Capen's statements regarding the death of Phillip B. Goetz, 1950
4.20 College of Arts and Sciences: self appraisal analysis, 1953
4.21 Middle States Association Evaluation of the University of Buffalo, 1953
4.22 College of Arts and Sciences: Tutorial Committee report, 1955
4.23 "Early History of the Arts and Science Department, University of Buffalo" typewritten essay by John Oppie McCall, 1955; includes letter to Chancellor Clifford C. Furnas.
4.24 "College Credit Examination at Buffalo" by W. Leslie Barnette, Jr., Director of Counseling and Testing, Office of the Dean of Students, 1956
4.25 College of Arts and Sciences: faculty meeting minutes, 1956-1961
4.26 College of Arts and Sciences: Report to Middle States Association, 1956
4.27 University College (a two-year undergraduate college), 1958-1960; includes memoranda from Chancellor C. C. Furnas, Bradley Chapin.
4.28 Memorandum from Chancellor Furnas regarding capital expenditures and academic affairs, 1959
4.29 Honorary degree citations, 1959
4.30 Spring Faculty Conference typewritten report of proceedings, April 21-22 1961
4.31 Recommendations of the Committee on Establishing an Honors Program, circa 1962
V.     Correspondence, 1917-1965

Correspondence, primarily letters to Julian Park, concerning University of Buffalo Chancellors Charles P. Norton and Samuel P. Capen, and Park's researches into the history of the University of Buffalo. Included are detailed accounts of the School of Engineering by Dean Paul Mohn and of the School of Social Work by Dean Niles Carpenter, and several letters from John Lord O'Brian concerning the University Extension Movement, the acquisition of the Main Street Campus and the hiring of Samuel P. Capen. Several letters refer to the memoirs of Norton and Capen written by Park and published in the University of Buffalo Studies in 1924 and 1957.

Arranged alphabetically by author's last name.

Box-folder Contents
5.1 A-Capen, 1921-1924, 1945, 1953-1961
5.2 Carpenter, Niles, 1956, 1960; includes history of the School of Social Work, personal reminiscences of Chancellor Samuel Capen.
5.3 Cooke, Walter P., 1926, 1931; includes the campaign fund drive of 1926, copy of speech made by Chancellor Samuel Capen at Cooke's memorial service.
5.4 Cor-Koh, 1921-1924, 1938, 1956-1962; includes personal reminiscences of Chancellor Samuel Capen from Louis Jaffee and Edward Jones.
5.5 Lem-Neu, 1917, 1924, 1933-1938, 1956-1961; includes personal reminiscences of Chancellor Samuel Capen from A.B. Lemon, history of the School of Engineering by Paul Mohn.
5.6 O'Brian, John Lord, 1935-1965; includes personal reminiscences of Chancellor Samuel Capen, the acquisition of the present day South Campus site (between Main Street and Bailey Avenue), and the University Extension Movement.
5.7 Oko-She, 1921-1924, 1938, 1956-1964; includes correspondence regarding Fenton Parke's collection of Lincoln memorabilia.
5.8 Tem-Wri, 1924, 1933, 1955-1965; includes personal reminiscences of Chancellor Samuel Capen from Charles Tippets and also Emily Webster's description of a 1916 Edmund Hayes donation to the University.
Box-folder Contents
5.9 Bibliography of works (1914-1951), 1959
5.10 "I Summon up Remembrances of Things Past" typewritten memoir, 1960
5.11-5.11a Reprints and speeches, 1918-1962 1918-1962; includes "A Memoir of Charles P. Norton," "The City and the University," "Articulating the High School and College," "A Philosophy of Curriculum Making: The Story of Ten Years at the University of Buffalo," "Credit by Examination," "An Outsider Looks at Alfred: Founders Day Convocation speech at Alfred University," "The Curriculum and the Library," and February 12, 1955 Lincoln-Kosciuszko Day Luncheon speech. [2 folders]
5.12 "Evolution of a College": personal hand-bound copy with corrections and letters from colleagues tipped in, 1938
5.13 "From the Desk of Julian Park" handwritten notes primarily on the history of the University, personal interest clippings, no date
8.1-8.19 Unpublished transcript for a new History of the University of Buffalo publication, circa 1955; includes chapters: "The Forerunner," "The Beginnings," "Fillmore and the Medical School," "The Infant University," "Millard Fillmore Papers," "The Law School," "The Teachers College / Department of Education / School of Education," "The University Prepares to Move," "A New Leader and a New Campus," "The Changing Campus," "The Flexner Report and its Aftermath," "The University and the War Effort," "The Centennial," "The End of a Regimen."
8.20 Notes for unpublished transcript for a new History of the University of Buffalo publication, circa 1955
8.21-8.38 Photocopies of unpublished transcript for a new History of the University of Buffalo publication, circa 1955
5.19 "Red Jacket award presented to Julian Park by the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society," 1963
VII.     Ephemera

These are miscellaneous items that were found among Park's papers.

Box-folder Contents
5.14 Receipt for clerical services signed by Milton Plesur, 1955
5.15 Stationary, no date
5.16 Presentation charts graphing the commercial banking cycles of Buffalo (1816-1956), 1956
5.17 Miscellaneous articles and brochures from other institutions, 1926, 1955-1957, no date
5.18 Guestbook, 1922-1964
[bound volume by John Gradau]
VIII.     Scrapbooks

Scrapbooks concerning Park's career and the University of Buffalo. These leather bound scrapbooks have been microfilmed. See Archivist for details.

Box-folder Contents
6.1 Literary Scraps, circa 1909-1947
6.2 Book I. University and Miscellaneous, circa 1909-1947
6.3 Book II. University and Miscellaneous, 1917-1925
7.1 Book III. University and Miscellaneous, 1924-1934
7.2 Book IV. University and Miscellaneous, 1934-1945
7.3 Book V. University and Miscellaneous, 1945-1962
Box-folder Contents
11 Lantern slides used in lecture course "Modern History", 1920s; includes images of the Alsace-Lorraine and Central America regions.

Search Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Library's online catalog.

Contributors

Furnas, C. C. (Clifford Cook), 1900-1969.
Park, Julian, 1888-1965. I summon up remembrances of things past
Park, Roswell, 1852-1914
State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives.
University of Buffalo. College of Arts and Sciences--Faculty.
University of Buffalo. School of Medicine--Faculty
University of Buffalo. University Council

Subject Terms

Capen, Samuel Paul, 1878-1956.
College administrators--New York (State)--Buffalo
Medical colleges--New York (State)--Buffalo--History
Norton, Charles P. (Charles Phelps), 1858-1922.
O'Brian, John Lord, b. 1874.
Park, Julian, 1888-1965--Archives.
Park, Julian, 1888-1965--Correspondence.
Park, Roswell, 1852-1914.
Roswell Park Cancer Institute--History.
State University of New York at Buffalo--Archives.
University of Buffalo--History--Sources.
University of Buffalo--Students.
University of Buffalo. College of Arts and Sciences.--Faculty--History.
University of Buffalo. College of Arts and Sciences.--History.
University of Buffalo. School of Medicine.--Faculty--History.
University of Buffalo. School of Medicine.--History.
University of Buffalo. University Council.

Genre Terms

Lantern slides
Memoirs
Scrapbooks

Associated Material

Separated Materials

Box/Folder #4.7 College of Arts and Sciences: Faculty Laws, 1919 was missing with a note that it was remove in 1996. It was not found.

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