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DaLuiso (Gustave A.) Medical School Lecture Notes, 1927-1929

DaLuiso graduated from the UB School of Medicine in 1931 and was for many years chief of ophthalmology at Our Lady of Victory Hospital in Lackawanna. This collection consists of day-by-day class notes for his first two years in medical school.

Topics: Student Life

Darrow (Kim) Papers, 1963-1967

Miscellaneous materials, 1963-1965, of the Student Senate Civil Rights Committee kept by Kim Darrow, student leader.

This collection has not yet been processed. Permission to use unprocessed materials requires the approval of the University Archivist. Please contact University Archives for more information: (716) 645-2916 or lib-archives@buffalo.edu.

Topics: Social Activism, Student Life

Dawson (Charles R.) Planning Consultant Records, MS 101

This collection has not been processed and is stored off-site.  Permission to use unprocessed materials requires the approval of the University Archivist. Access to off-site materials requires 10 business days' notice prior to your visit. Please contact University Archives for more information: (716) 645-2916 or lib-archives@buffalo.edu.

Topics: Design Archives

Des Forges (Roger V.) Papers, circa 1972-2012

Publications, manuscripts, coursework, and correspondence documenting the professional work of history professor Roger V. Des Forges.

NOTE: Some of these records may be restricted; additionally, this collection has not yet been processed. Permission to use unprocessed materials requires the approval of the University Archivist. Please contact University Archives for more information: (716) 645-2916 or lib-archives@buffalo.edu.

Topics: Faculty/Staff, UB

Diamond (David) Papers, 1925-1968

This collection consists of materials documenting David Diamond's activities in local government, Diamond's career at the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School and matters of personal interest to Diamond. The latter material includes regarding the Nuremberg trials following World War II and a transcript of a speech given by Diamond opposing the tactics of Senator Joseph McCarthy.

Topics: Buffalo and WNY History, Faculty/Staff, UB