Stony Brook University Faculty Collections - Record Group 64


Ames, Edward
RG 64/03

Papers, 1940-1983.
23 cubic ft.
Professor of Economics
Administrative and teaching records.

Bigeleisen, Jacob
RG 64/32

Papers.
38 cubic ft.
Professor of Chemistry

Brand, Barbara
RG 64/20

0.5. cubic ft.
Associate Librarian.

Bonner, Francis
RG 64/04

12 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Chemistry


Brown, Gerald E.
RG 64/45

2.7 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Physics.
Correspondence and related research files.

Carlson, Elof Axel
RG 64/34
1 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Biology
Administrative and teaching files.

Collver, Andrew
RG 64/24
10 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Sociology

Damaz, Paul (November 8, 1917-June 4, 2008)
(See RG 45, Subgroup III)
Papers, sketches, and photographs, ca. 1970s.
2 cubic ft.
Campus architect.

Dresden, Max (April 23, 1918-October 29, 1997)
RG 64/33
Professor of Physics.

Englebright, Steven
(See MC 327)
Papers, n.d.
1 cubic ft.
Curator of the Museum of Long Island Natural Sciences at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, former Democratic Suffolk County Legislator, representing District 5, who was elected to the New York State Assembly. Documents relating to the Long Island Lighting Company received by State Assemblyman Englebright.

Erdman, David V.
RG 64/26

0.5 cubic ft.
Professor of English.
Files related to his memorial service.

Feinberg, Richard
RG 64/41

0.5 cubic ft.
Librarian Emeritus.

Fink, Max
RG 64/19

150 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Psychiatry and Neurology

Gagnon, John
RG 64/02

Papers, 1960-2002.
100 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Sociology
Administrative, teaching and personal research papers.

Gardaphe, Fred
RG 64/42

Papers, 2011.
0.5 cubic ft.
Professor of Italian American Studies.
Manuscript and research notes.

Gelber, Sidney
See: RG 71/01

Stony Brook History Project.
Created by Dr. Sidney Gelber.
20 cubic ft. Research material from Dr. Gelber's book: Politics and Public Higher Education in New York State: Stony Brook, A Case History.

Glass, Bentley
RG 64/06

Papers, 1960-1965.
1.5 cubic ft.
Professor of Biology and Academic Vice President.
Administrative, teaching and personal research papers.

Godfrey, Aaron W.
RG 64/07

Papers, 1960-2000.
4 cubic ft.
Professor of European Languages.
Administrative, teaching and personal research papers.

Goldberg, Homer
RG 64/08

Papers, 1961-2004.
2.5 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, English.
Administrative, teaching and personal research papers.

Gorelick, Leonard
RG 64/17
Papers, 1975-1993.
0.5 cubic ft.
A professor of dentistry; orthodontist.
Studied ancient cylinder seals with Dr. A.J. Gwinnett, professor of dentistry.
Published articles.

Haac, Oscar A.
RG 64/09

Papers, n.d.
2 cubic ft.
Professor of European Languages.
Teaching and personal research papers.

Hartzell, Karl D.
See: RG 71/02

Stony Brook Oral History Project
1986-1989.
14 cubic ft.

Howard, Dick (Richard)
RG 64/35

Professor Emeritus, Philosophy

Kahn, Peter
RG 64/28
11 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Physics

Kavenagh, Keith
RG 64/25

5 cubic ft.

Kenefick, Colleen M.
See: RG 71/04

Oral History Project of the East Campus.
0.3 cubic ft.
2012.
Librarian, Health Sciences Library (HSL).

Koppelman, Lee E.
RG 64/27

56 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Political Science

le Noble, William J.
RG 64/44
1 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Chemistry

Lee, S.L.
RG 64/11

Papers, n.d.
1 cubic ft.
Professor of Engineering.
Teaching and personal research papers.

Levin, Richard
RG 64/30

0.5 cubic ft.

Levine, Julius (1921-2003)
RG 64/31

3 cubic ft.
Artist in residence; coordinator of chamber music.

Nemiroff, Isaac (1912-1977)
RG 64/01

Papers, 1905-1977. 1950-1975 (bulk). 11 cubic ft. Professor of music, composer and musician. Nemiroff was a founding member of the State University of New York at Stony Brook's music department. Music manuscripts, scores, correspondence, memoranda, research and lecture notes, date books, clippings and reviews, programs, and related material. Restricted. Unrestricted access for research; copyright restrictions on music manuscripts.

Neuberger, Egon
RG 64/23

2 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Economics.

Neumiller, Thomas G. (1937-1998)
RG 64/12

Papers opera research collection.
51 cubic ft.
Professor of Theatre Arts.

Pratt, John W.
(See MC 291)
Records, 1976-1984.
8 cubic ft.
Mr. Pratt was a member of the Port Jefferson (N.Y.) Union Free School District Board of Education, and professor of history, State University of New York at Stony Brook. School board records, including minutes of meetings, agendas, personnel records, correspondence and budget information. Restricted. Closed until 2009.

Rosenthal, Joel
RG 64/13

Papers, 1960-2003.
5 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, History
Administrative, teaching and personal research papers related to his career and personal memoir of Stony Brook.

Scarrow, Howard A.
RG 64/14

Papers, n.d.
0.5 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Political Science
Teaching and research papers.

Slobodkin, Lawrence W. (June 22, 1928-September 12, 2009)
RG 64/43
44 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Department of Ecology and Evolution

Sokal, Robert R.
RG 64/39

Professor Emeritus, Biology.

Sokoloff, Leon.
See: RG 71/03

School of Medicine Oral History Project.
0.5 cubic ft.
2002-2006.
Professor Emeritus, Department of Pathology

Staley, Charles
RG 64/22
2 cubic ft.
Professor of Economics.

Tunik, Bernard
RG 64/15

Files, 1989.
3.8 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Biology
Administrative papers.
Professor Tunik retired from the Department of Biology in 1989.

Turano, Frank
(See MC 298)
Records, 1970-1984.
1.6 cubic ft.
Member, Islip (Town: N.Y.) Environmental Council. Islip Town Environmental Council minutes of meetings and miscellaneous records.

Turner, W. Burghardt (1915-2009)
RG 64/16

Professor Emeritus, History.
Papers, 1963-1982. 30.7 cubic ft. Educator, civil rights and community activist in Suffolk County, N.Y. Correspondence, minutes, reports, budgets, clippings and other papers chiefly from Turner's service on the Suffolk County, N.Y., Human Relations Commission and his terms as chairman; together with papers relating to his work with civil rights organizations and the United Fund of Long Island, subject files on police brutality and civil rights legislation, and personal papers, including material relating to his appointment and work as a professor of history at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Also, see also Civil Rights within the manuscript collection.

Willams, George C.
(12 May 1926 - 8 September 2010)
RG 64/37

6 cubic ft.
Professor Emeritus, Biology
Papers (primarily correspondence), 1954-2005.

Zimbardo, Rose A.
RG 64/21

0.5 cubic ft.

Zweig, Michael.
RG 64/29
5 cubic ft.
Professor of Economics.