Collections are listed in alphabetical
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assistance and for further information about the collections.
Donated by Irving Like, Esq.: chairman of the Law Committee that
worked with class counsel representing United States Veterans of the Vietnam War,
and an attorney with the firm of Reilly, Like and Schneider, Babylon,
Agent Orange legal briefs, research files, and correspondence
regarding the federal suit brought by veterans of the Vietnam Conflict
against the federal government, contractors, and chemical manufacturers
regarding the health effects of the use of the herbicide, which
was used to defoliate large areas of South East Asia.
Organization: Series arrangement by re-created order; sub-series
arranged alphabetically and chronologically.
Printed documents, photographs, slides, digital media and artifacts
from the 34 year career with AT &T, Bell Laboratories and Lucent
Occasional printing, original drawings, prints, proofs, sketches,
trial pages created in preparation of publications of his Private
Press of Valenti Angelo and trade publishers, including a number
of his children's books.
A volunteer horticultural society founded in 1974 in Oakdale,
Long Island, New York, Andrew Eddy was the first President.
Correspondence, by-laws, financial records, news clippings, minutes,
programs, newsletters, and printed matter relating to the Bayard
Cutting Arboretum near Oakdale, New York, The society is dedicated to
developing greater public use of the arboretum, fostering cooperation
with other horticultural societies, and encouraging and supporting
other educational programs.
Conservative Party councilman, Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County,
Correspondence with constituents, town officials, and other appointed
or elected officials, and committee files.
Bibles Collection SC 139
Binnian, Jacqueline Chadwick
Papers, 1960-1976. 1966-1976 (bulk)
5.05 cubic ft.
Organization: Alphabetically by topic.
Suffolk County (New York) resident and environmental activist who
served as vice president of Action for the Preservation and Conservation
of the North Shore of Long Island, Inc., was a member of the Town
of Huntington's Town Board Conservation Subcommittee, and was the
Long Island spokesperson for the Council for Better Transportation
Correspondence, newsletters, reports, clippings, pamphlets, broadsides,
address lists, and government documents relating to participation
in Action for the Preservation and Conservation of the North Shore
of Long Island. This environmental action organization covered the
towns of Oyster Bay, Huntington, Smithtown, and Brookhaven, New York
Book of Accounts of Milk Sold, from
the 1st of April, 1874 SC 101/7
Professor and former dean of the School of Social Welfare at Stony Brook University.
Correspondence, subject files, and related materials pertaining to: women and welfare; family violence; women in administration; organizational and social change; single-parent families; feminist frameworks; history of U.S. social policy; and international social welfare.
Pamphlets and books published in China between 1948 and 1995; most published between the 1950s and 1970s.
Subject matter includes: governmental reports; political propaganda; works of Mao Tse-tung and Vladimir Lenin; foreign policies; law; and descriptions of political and social conditions during the 1950s through the 1980s.
East Hampton, New York, resident active in the Sag Harbor Advisory Council,
Southampton Township Preservation Society, Southampton Town Conservation
Commission, and the Preservation Society of the East End (which became
a part of the Suffolk County Conservation Council in the 1970's).
Correspondence, minutes, clippings, drafts and notes relating to
conservation and preservation of natural resources on the east end
of Long Island.
Research files, correspondence, financial documents, newsletters, clippings and memos, 1976-1977.
2.5 linear ft.
High school science teacher and environmental activist. Founding
member of both the Brookhaven Town Natural Resources Committee and
Environmental Defense Fund Archive.
Records relating to the founding and activities of the Brookhaven
Town Natural Resources Committee, New York; correspondence, memoranda,
news clippings, financial records, reports, and legal documents
related to the founding and activities of the Environmental Defense
Correspondence, manuscript material, and ephemera, ca. 1819-1973.
0.25 cubic ft.
Correspondence, manuscript material, land deeds, and ephemera relating to Mr. Fred Drewes and naturalist Robert Cushman Murphy, who at separate times were owners of the same residence in Mount Sinai, NY.
Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919- SC 101/17
Autographed published volume, 1966.
0.1 cubic ft. (xi, 93, 6 p., port., 23 cm.)
The year as catches; first poems, 1939-1946, by Robert Duncan.
Berkeley, Oyez, 1966.
Printed volume, signed, decorated by the author, and numbered.
Copy 22. Front and back endpapers decorated in pencil.
Musician, composer and arranger. Music editor for Mills Music,
Correspondence with musicians and publishers; scores and instrumental,
band, orchestral and choral arrangements; music, lesson and songbooks;
music catalogs; personal and historical scrapbooks; and autographed
sheet music and photos. Correspondents include Leroy Anderson, Robert
Burns, Tommy Dorsey, Richard Franko Goldman, and Leonard B. Smith.
Organization: scrapbooks arranged geographically by railroad line; timetables arranged chronologically.
Detailed pencil drawings of Long Island Rail Road tracks, with
explanatory notes by Emery; over 5,000 identified photographs and
postcards of construction, wrecks, engines, trains, depots, conductors,
and other railroad scenes; 262 timetables; and other material relating
to the railroad.
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; elected
to the New York State Assembly in 1992.
Documents relating to the Long Island Lighting Company received
by State Assemblyman Englebright.
A public membership, non-profit, tax-exempt environmental and
legal action organization of scientists, lawyers and concerned citizens.
Established in 1967; the earliest official headquarters
were located in Stony Brook and East Setauket, New York
Papers, correspondence, case files, legal briefs and pleadings,
court exhibits and transcripts, minutes, memoranda, speeches, public
statements, committee files, legal and scientific research notes,
statistical information, published material, etc., documenting the
establishment and growth of a national organization of attorneys,
scientists, and economists dedicated to the protection of the environment.
National Headquarters records are from the original offices in Stony
Brook and East Setauket, New York, and offices in various locations
in New York, New York; Capitol Office records are from Washington, D.C.;
Rocky Mountain office records are from Denver and Boulder, Colorado,
and California Office are from Berkeley and Oakland, California offices.
Founding editor of Street Magazine and Street Press. He has worked as poet-in-residence at New York area schools, prisons, and arts councils from 1974 to 1986. Dr. Everett served as the interim director of the Poetry Center at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and is currently a faculty member in the General Studies Program at Adelphi University
Manuscripts, correspondence, subject files,
and published materials.
Prompt book with extensive notes and changes for a production
of Friedrich Schiller's "The Robbers, a Tragedy," at the Front Street
Theatre, Baltimore, Md., 1863. Manuscript is interleaved with pages
of printed text. English translation published by Samuel French,
New York, 1853.
Family and publicity photographs, sound recordings and radio show
transcripts of the vaudeville comedian who starred on the radio
series "Can You Top This?" "Senator" Ford was a resident of Southold,
Organization: Partially by format, subject files arranged alphabetically,
bill files arranged chronologically.
New York State senator, Republican, 1st District, Suffolk County,
New York, (eastern Suffolk County), and civic leader. He chaired the
Committee on Labor and Industry and the Education Committee. His
resolution for a Bill of Rights for the Handicapped was approved
by the Education Commission of the States. He also served as a Brookhaven
Town Justice, a member of the Brookhaven Town Board, a Commissioner
of the Centereach Fire Department, and a member and president of
his local school board.
Files, primarily from Giuffreda's Centereach, New York, office, including
correspondence, newsletters, reports, minutes of meetings, memoranda,
copies of bills, hearing transcripts, and press releases.
Correspondence, leaflets, and notes reflecting presidency of the
League of Women Voters of North Brookhaven, New York, and advocacy of
open housing, civil rights, and planning in the Town of Brookhaven,
New York, as well as the consolidation of the Setauket and Stony Brook
Research engineer. Worked partially out of RCA facility at Rocky
Point, Long Island, New York.
Professional and personal correspondence, scientific manuscripts,
and publications relating to Mr. Hansell's radio and television
research (ca. 1928-1948) for the Radio Corporation of America (RCA),
his service (1945) for the United States Government as a scientific
investigator in Germany, and his research and publications on the
ionization of air and its biological effects, and on the nature
of matter and energy. Correspondents include the American Institute
of Medical Climatology and W. Wesley Hicks, president of Wesix Electric
Heater Company of San Francisco, California.
Autographed document signed by Robert Harpur (b. 1731, d. 1825).
Revolutionary War patriot, was a librarian, professor mathematics and natural philosophy, and tutor at King's College (Columbia University).
4pp. (2 leaves), 7½" x 12½", New York, NY, dated 1786 January 27.
Two page transcript of a 1693 legal description of land owned by William "Tangier" Smith, "Lord" of the Manor at St. George in Mastic; a one-page survey map of this same tract; and a statement of testimony.
Harth, Dorothy E. SC 101/21
0.1 cubic ft. (1 v.)
Carbon copy of typescript dissertation, "The poetic world of Jorge
Carrera Andrade." Syracuse University, 1958.
[Hartley, Charles] SC 101/33
Account book. [Greenport] [ca.1883]-1905.
0.1 cubic ft. (1 v.)
Mr. Hartley was in the harness and livery business in Greenport,
New York, ca.1870-1920.
Business accounts for carriage painting and repair.
Papers, photographs, manuscripts, books, and multimedia, 1996-2009.
2.5 cubic ft.
The archive of a community memoir-writing project founded by Erika Duncan in 1996 that provides women from all walks of life with a unique set of tools to help them turn their memories into literary works of art.
[Heudier, Emmanuel] SC 101/31
0.1 cubic ft. (2 v.)
Holograph poems, quotations, and letters dated between 1815 and
Historical and literary manuscripts and documents, including single
items and small groups of materials of local, national, and world
interest. Includes letters, correspondence, articles, stories, plays,
and legal materials.
New York State assemblyman, 2nd district, Suffolk County, New York
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, news clippings, and office
files of a Democratic assemblyman. Files were maintained on such
topics as the Long Island Lighting Company, the Southwest Sewer
District, hazardous waste, and ferry service.
Organization: Series arrangement by original order.
Printed documents and printing materials.
Processed by F. Jason Torre, January 2006.
Inter-American High Commission SC 101/20
0.1 cubic ft. (1 v.)
Typescript report by J. Ovalle Q., "Peru; financial and economic
conditions and public debt." Prepared for the Central Executive
Council, Inter-American High Commission. Rev. by Margaret L. Engle,
October, 1920. n.p., 1921.
Scrapbooks with newspaper clippings, programs and ephemera relating
to the Women Appointed for Volunteer Emergency Service (WAVES) training
at the U.S. Naval Training Station (Wr), Bronx, New York, located on
the campus of Hunter College.
Attorney, United States Congressman, Attorney General of the State
of New York, and United States Senator.
Documents and manuscripts, photographs, motion picture
footage, audio and videotapes, slides, microfilm, and memorabilia
of New York's longest-serving senator. The collection
contains material from Javits' pre-Senate career through 1986. The
bulk of the material covers his years in the Senate, 1957-1981.
Autographed letter signed by James Jay,
American physician and politician, elder brother of John Jay. During the American Revolution, Jay supplied medicines to George Washington and developed an invisible ink used by Washington, Thomas Jefferson, his younger brother, John Jay, and members of the Culper Spy Ring.
Organization: Partially arranged by topic and format.
Teacher, author, and radical social activist. Johnson served on
the staff of The Daily Worker, edited The Monthly Review, and wrote
several books on American radicalism.
Correspondence, typescripts, articles, speeches, reviews, photographs,
diaries, notes and clippings relating to Mr. Johnson's career as
teacher, author, social activist, and member of the Communist Party
of the United States. Includes family papers and letters from his
first wife, Mary Olmsted Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Kane have been involved in community activities,
especially in Levittown and Great Neck, Long Island.
Correspondence, memoranda, and research files concerning public
library affairs and environmental concerns in Levittown and Great
Neck, as well as other locations in Nassau County and Long Island,
Commissioner of highways for the town of Smithtown; breeder of
Miscellaneous correspondence, flyers, brochures, photographs,
receipts, advertisements, account books, diaries, newsletters, and
printed material primarily dealing with Long Island, New York Includes
materials on the Smith family, a locally prominent family.
A chapter of a national bipartisan political organization.
Correspondence, committee files, administrative files, case files,
financial files, publications, minutes, programs, bylaws, annual
reports, scrapbooks, photographs, slides, clippings, pamphlets,
and related materials. Issues include relations with the People's
Republic of China, Fire Island National Seashore, Brookhaven town
planning, Suffolk County planning, water resources and civil rights.
Organization: Series, arranged chronologically or by topic.
Babylon, New York, attorney.
Legal documents, hearings, correspondence, reports and clippings
relating to the environment, including the Lloyd Harbor Study Group's
challenge to the construction of the Long Island Lighting Company's
Nuclear Power Facility at Shoreham, New York, and the proposed construction
of a nuclear facility at Jamesport, New York Other concerns include
the Fire Island National Seashore, the creation of a Hudson Highlands
National Scenic Riverway, and litigation by Suffolk County, New York,
against the Long Island Lighting Company.
Environmental action, non-profit organization with both individual
and corporate membership. Its stated goal was to preserve and promote
a livable environment for Long Island. Founded in 1969 by Claire
Stern, who served as executive director.
Correspondence, memoranda, telephone registers, newsletters, administrative
files, and reading files.
Donated by Irving Like, Esq., board member, Long Island Power
Authority and attorney, Babylon, N.Y. The Long Island Power Authority
is a New York State authority responsible for developing electric
power alternatives on Long Island and decommissioning the Shoreham
Nuclear Power Station.
Correspondence, files, legal briefs, newspaper clippings, testimony,
and reports. Included are files on predecessor efforts, such as
the Citizens Committee to Replace LILCO, Citizens Committee for
a Long Island Power Authority, and the Nassau County Public Power
A collection of manuscript and published material that documents the prolific career of art director, set designer, producer, and five-time Emmy Award winner Robert Markell.
The archive is comprised of production material for stage, film and television, including: sketches; set designs; photographs; and multimedia, ca. 1940s-1980s. Formats represented are: film; framed gouache artwork; original production designs issued on tissue, cardstock, and paper; professional studio photographs; film and television scripts; and correspondence.
15 cubic ft.
Organization: Sub-group and series arrangement by material type and format.
A toll road that operated 1852-ca. 1888 between Merrick and Jamaica, New York
Chiefly bills, receipts, and toll gate receipts; together with correspondence, agreements, financial statements, land purchases, maps, notices, orders, petitions, proposals, specifications, stock dividend payment schedules, stockholder proceedings, and a workbook. Many of the bills are for road construction.
Microforms Collection SC 301
0.55 cubic ft.
Mid-Suffolk National Organization for Women (Suffolk County, New York) SC 258
8.8 cubic ft.
Correspondence, subject files, minutes, published materials, newsletters,
clippings, and related materials collected and produced by a National
Organization for Women (NOW) chapter based in Suffolk County, New York
Legislative and Press Assistant to Representative Jacob K. Javits,
January 1949 through October 1955; Legislative Assistant, Administrative
Assistant, Executive Assistant to Senator Jacob K. Javits, January
1957 through October 1959; Minority Staff Director, Senate Committee
on Labor and Public Welfare, February 1965 through December 1974.
Autographed published volume, 1913 [date of inscription]
0.1 cubic ft. (1 vol. xix, 327 p. front., plates, 23 cm.)
Printed volume, "The complete poetical works of Joaquin Miller,"
(Rev. ed. San Francisco, The Whitaker & Ray company, 1902),
with autograph inscription and a note to W.S. Hughes, and clippings
of Miller's obituary.
Title vignette. ALS tipped in. Autograph dedication.
Nassau-Suffolk Regional Planning Board (New York) SC 299
0.4 cubic ft.
Negative Microfilm Collection SC 132
Neruda, Pablo, 1904-1973 SC 101/16
0.1 cubic ft. (7, 1 p.)
Presentation copy of poem by Neruda, "Aquí estoy," written in
Poem is dated 2 April 1935. "La presenta copia, efectuada por
Fernando Rivera Zavala, fué transcrita de otra, facilitada por José
María Souviron, a quien un amigo del poeta se la remitió. Neruda
aprobó su texto y autenticidad, empleándose para reproducirla papel
del siglo XVII que perteneciera a Don José Toribio Medina y Zavala.
Legal activist organization dedicated to the protection of constitutional
rights for United States citizens.
Minutes, office and client correspondence, secretary's and committee
files, clippings, agendas, brochures, press releases, flyers, reports,
notes, and American Civil Liberties Union publications and artifacts.
Dr. John H. Marburger, III, President of the State University
of New York at Stony Brook served as panel chair. New York State
Governor Mario M. Cuomo proposed the creation of the panel to "develop
clearly derived, reliable, and objective information on the economic
costs and safety" of this Long Island facility, owned by the Long
Island Lighting Company.
Testimonies, minutes, reports, official transcripts, proceedings,
correspondence, memoranda, statements, news releases, clippings,
and audio recordings from the files of Dr. John H. Marburger, III.
Over 7,000 items relating to Chinese food history and herbal medicine,
including the largest English-language Chinese cookbook collection
in existence (over 3,000), journals and magazines, videos, and filmstrips.
Donated in 2002 by professor, author, and food historian Dr. Jacqueline
Literary manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, and related materials.
Includes extensive correspondence with, and biographical materials
relating to Mr. Payne's parents, Stephen and Mireille (Dorey) Payne.
The private press of Walter S. Hamady, a papermaker, printer,
publisher of unusual books by hand, artist, and teacher. Founded
while a student at Wayne State University in 1964, continued during
graduate study at the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Detroit, Mich.,
and subsequently in Mt. Horeb, Wisc., Mary
Louise Laird Hamady jointly operated the press for a period
Correspondence with authors, poets, typesetters, binders, papermakers,
and other businesses; drafts, manuscripts, typescripts, proofs,
dummies, and galleys of materials submitted to and rejected or published
by The Perishable Press Ltd. Correspondents include Jane Augustine,
Leonard Baskin, Jack Beal, Paul Blackburn, Robert Creeley, J.V.
Cunningham, Harry Duncan, Robert Duncan, George Economou, Loren
Eiseley, Mitchell Goodman, Donald Hall, Walter Hall, Sam Hamod,
Michael Heller, William Heyen, David Kherdian, Galway Kinnell, Elizabeth
Kner, Ellen Lanyon, James Laughlin, Denise Levertov, Harry Lewis,
Robert Lowell, Khatchik Minasian, Toby Olson, George Oppen, Joel
Oppenheimer, Rochelle Owens, Harry Mark Petrakis, Jerome Rothenberg,
Norman Russell, Armand Schwerner, William DeWitt Snodgrass, Gary
Snyder, Gilbert Sorrentino, William Edgar Stafford, Christopher
Stephens, Louis Szathmary II, W. Thomas Taylor, Robert Vas Dias,
Diane Wakoski, Keith Waldrop, Rosmarie Waldrop, John Wieners. Included
are personal diaries of Walter S. Hamady, as well as personal correspondence
and materials about exhibits of his art work, and some files relating
to his teaching career as a professor of art at the University of
Wisconsin in Madison.
Privately financed effort "to get damaging evidence on persons
in America who are aiding the Soviet cause and operations in the
United States." This included investigation of U.S. Senators William
E. Borah and George W. Norris, and the Soviet trading company Amtorg.
Reports, correspondence, cablegrams, copies of purported bribes,
and codes used by Col. T. Bentley Mott and Van Ness Harwood, who
was the contact person for the private group, George Henry Payne,
Dudley Field Malone, Ivy Lee, J. Edgar Hoover, Maxim Litvinov, and
Legal and community organizational papers of the first mayor of
the Village of Lake Grove, New York Includes files on Boys High School,
the La Guardia Fusion Campaign of 1934, the Brooklyn G.O.P. Convention,
the Republican Columbian League of 1936, Catholic War Veterans,
the New York City Charter Revision Commission of 1932-1933.
Organization: Organized by form (articles, correspondence, etc.),
arranged primarily alphabetically.
Biological scientific review journal headquartered at State University
of New York at Stony Brook. The Quarterly Review of Biology, founded in 1926 by Raymond Pearl, was purchased
by the Stony Brook Foundation, Inc., in the mid-1960's. Among its
editors were H. Bentley Glass, Frank C. Erk, and Rosemary G. Smolker.
Correspondence, manuscripts, articles, galleys, financial records,
page proofs, production and office files, and memoranda.
Organization: Primarily alphabetically by subject.
Republican councilman, Town of Brookhaven, New York, and president
of Shorewood Water Corporation. Reid was involved in water quality
and waste disposal issues for Suffolk County.
Town council papers, including office files, correspondence, reports,
minutes of meetings, notes, pamphlets, clippings and memoranda.
Richards, William C., 1927-1985 SC 274
9 cubic ft.
Member of the Suffolk County (New York) Legislature, 1976-1982, Republican-Conservative
from Kings Park with an office in Smithtown, representing the 7th
Legislative District, and presiding officer, 1980-1982.
Papers, legislative resolutions, committee minutes, and office
files dealing with local issues.
Senior physicist at Brookhaven National Laboratory and among the
founders of Suffolk Scientists for Cleaner Power and Safer Environment, Energy Education Exponents,
and Citizens for an Orderly Energy Policy
9 cubic ft.
Includes personal correspondence, speeches, and press clippings,
as well as documents pertaining to the Shoreham Nuclear Plant, The
Long Island Lighting Company, and lawsuits initiated by Citizens
for an Orderly Energy Policy.
Acquired from Mrs. Marguerite Sailor in 1998.
Sauer, Claire, 1930- SC 265
18 cubic ft.
Member of the Suffolk County (New York) Legislature, 1975-1977, Democrat
from Huntington, representing the 17th Legislative District. Sauer
chaired the Legislative and Personnel Committees, and served on
the Finance and the Education and Youth Committees. A civic activist,
she chaired the Suffolk County Charter Revision Commission and was
active in the Suffolk County chapter of the League of Women Voters.
Correspondence, reports, press releases, memoranda, minutes, clippings
and miscellaneous government documents of a county legislator.
Sayvetz, Joel SC 101/15
0.1 cubic ft. (124 ll.)
Typescript of "A decade of mass pressure; the story of the organized
movement of unemployed groups in Chicago." First part, 1930-1935.
Papers, notebooks, reports, newspaper clippings, and timetables
pertaining to railroads and trolleys in New York, specifically
Long Island, the five borroughs of New York City, and the Hudson
Valley; ca. 1883 - 1939.
Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Citizen's Advisory Committee
of the Long Island Sound Study of the New England River Basins Commission.
The New England River Basins Commission was a federal/state planning
commission composed of members from the six New England states and
New York, as well as ten federal agencies and six interstate and
regional agencies. It was a coordinating agency for water and related
land resource regional planning. The Long Island Sound Regional
Study was established to help appropriate state and local agencies
plan and manage their coastal resources.
Files and publications, including correspondence, memoranda, drafts,
reports, pamphlets, clippings, completed surveys, survey analyses,
press releases and publications.
Swedish-born journalist and author who came to the United States
in 1940 as a reporter for Scandinavian newspapers, where she wrote
about fine arts in America. She was the daughter-in-law of Swedish
playwright Hjalmar Söderberg. She was associated with a group of
Swedish literary radicals in the 1930's, whose work was published
in the avant-garde magazine 'Spektrum.' Her best-known novel is
'Student-Fabriken' (Student Factory). She was married the classical
scholar Hugo Perls.
Personal and professional correspondence, diaries, manuscripts,
photographs, scrapbooks, clippings, and works of art.
Autographed documents signed by Oliver Soper (d. August 8, 1821).
Captain in the 13th Continental Infantry in Massachusetts (under Colonel Joseph Read) from January 1, 1776 to December 31, 1776. Soper's company served in Israel Putnam's Division at Long Island (August 27), manning the defenses in Brooklyn Heights.
Document 1: dated August 13, 1776 (Brooklyn); 2pp.; dimensions: 6" x 8".
Document 2: dated August 26, 1776 (Brooklyn), 2pp.; dimensions: 6.25" x 7.75".
Acquired from Heritage Auction Galleries in October 2008.
Organization: Series, arranged alphabetically within series.
A coordinating organization for organizations concerned with improving
public and private health and welfare services in Suffolk County,
Correspondence, minutes, reports, committee organizational, administrative,
and subject files, and other records. Issues dealt with include
charities, community organizations, public welfare and social services.
County (New York). Legislature. Committees SC 275
An association of religious leaders and private citizens interested
in establishing low-cost, affordable housing throughout Suffolk
County. The Suffolk Interreligious Coalition on Housing (SICOH)
was founded in 1977 and is affiliated with The Interreligious Coalition
on Housing, a nationwide housing network.
Correspondence, minutes, agendas, reports, news clippings, and
pamphlets of an activist citizens' organization.
A non-profit organization in western Suffolk County, New York It was
incorporated in 1962 to promote musical appreciation and to stimulate
young artists. In 1980, it merged with the Long Island Symphony
to create the Long Island Philharmonic. Clayton Westermann served
as its long-time conductor.
Correspondence, memoranda, financial records, minutes, press releases,
clippings, programs, scrapbooks, photographs, posters, advertisements,
and related materials of a local symphonic society and its successor,
the Long Island Philharmonic.
Autographed document, signed. Weathersfield, July 8, 1781.
Docketed and endorsed on verso. 1 leaf, 14 x 21 cm.
Tarifán, Vicente Tomás, compiler. SC 101/30
Autos de fé en Valencia, 1753.
0.1 cubic ft. (2 v.)
Holograph compilation by Vicente Tomás Tarifán and Tomas Guell
of autos-de-fe held in the Convento de Predicadores of Valencia
from June 11, 1718 to August, 1753.
Narración histórica del Auto público de Fé que el Sto. Tribunal
de la Inquisición, celebrado en el Conto de Predicadores de Valencia
el día 26 Agosto siendo Prior el M.R.P.M. Fr. Vincente Agullo en
1753.; Title: v.2, p.111.
Bound typescript of autobiographical memoir by Howard Townsend
(1858-1935), "For my children." New York City, 1916. Recollections
of an old New York family.
Townsend, Howard, 1858-1935. SC 101/24
Memorial volume, 1935.
0.1 cubic ft. (1 v.)
Carbon typescript memorial volume, including transcripts of biographical
information about Howard Townsend, correspondence, and letters of
condolence to Mrs. Townsend.
Tratado 6o de la cosmografía y descripción del universo. [175- ] SC 101/1
Spanish cosmology manuscript, [ca.1750]
0.1 cubic ft. (1 v.)
Manuscript textbook on cosmology and physical geography.
Libro 1. De los principios Generi de la Esphera. - Libro 2. De
la Geografía. - Libro 3. De la Idografía [sic; i.e. Hidrografía] o Náutica. - Libro 4. En que se trata de algunas cosas
pentenecientes del tiempo.; "Siglo XVIII. En 4o, pergamino, 178
folios, con láminas plegadas." 21 cm. Duodecimo (unpaged) First
3 and last 2 leaves blank. Twelve diagrams, all folding.; Written
by several hands in various shades of brown ink on both sides of
each leaf.; Cf. Rodriguez (Estanislao) Catálogo... no. 140, p.60.
Archive of the world's longest running punk rock and hardcore music radio program.
Founded by Steven Kreitzer, it aired on Stony Brook University's campus radio station, WUSB (90.1 FM) from December 1980 through May 29, 2004.
100 cubic feet of items that document the Turmoil radio program; contents include correspondence, business files, sound recordings, magazines, fanzines, posters, broadsides, ephemera, textiles, and artifacts.
Community and civil rights activist, Suffolk County, New York
Materials related to the Suffolk County, New York, Task Force on Hospitals
and Related Services, the South Brookhaven Health Council, the Nassau-Suffolk
Comprehensive Health Planning Agency, and the Nassau-Suffolk Health
Systems Agency. Includes reports, grant applications, minutes, by-laws
and related records. Also includes files from the Suffolk County
Economic Opportunity Commission.
Educator, civil rights and community activist in Suffolk County,
Correspondence, minutes, reports, budgets, clippings and other
papers chiefly from Turner's service on the Suffolk County, New York,
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.
Twist, John, 1885-1976. SC 101/13
Mimeographed manuscript [ca.1939]
0.1 cubic ft. (1 v.)
The Great Man Votes. RKO Radio Pictures. Screenplay from
a story by Gordon Malherbe Hillman. Presentation copy to Whitney
Bolton, with autograph signatures of most of the principals involved
in the 1939 production of the moving picture, including John Barrymore,
Garson Kanin, and Pandro S. Berman.
Organization: By series, arranged primarily alphabetically.
A lawyer and politician in Suffolk County, New York, Williamson served
as Supervisor of the Town of Brookhaven, a member of the New York
State Assembly, a Judge of the Court of Sessions, and Inspector
Family and professional correspondence, estate and guardianship
materials, Town of Brookhaven and Suffolk County records, legal
documents, and financial records of a prominent citizen of Stony
Brook, Long Island, New York
Wilson, John Anthony Burgess, 1917- SC 101/29
Uncorrected proof copy, 1962.
0.1 cubic ft. (285 pp., 18 cm.)
The Wanting Seed by Anthony Burgess. London, Heinemann,
Papers, scrapbooks, pamphlets, posters, and miscellaneous materials
reflecting activities opposing United States involvement in the
Vietnamese Conflict, helping the activities of UNICEF, and supporting
the 1972 Democratic presidential campaign of George S. McGovern.
Giuseppe Ungaretti collection, 1968-1972. 1969-1970 (bulk)
0.8 cubic ft.
Andrew Wylie is a poet and Ungaretti's official translator. Giuseppe
Ungaretti was a poet, translator and professor of Italian literature.
Wylie edited the spring 1970 issue of "Agenda," which was dedicated
Correspondence, drafts of poems and translations, newsletters,
programs, photographs, clippings, telegrams, audio tapes, and phonodiscs
related to Ungaretti's reading tour of the United States in 1969.
Organization: Arranged in three subgroups: I. Papers relating
to William Butler Yeats; II. Papers relating to Yeats family members
and relatives; III. Papers relating to friends and associates of
William Butler Yeats.
Irish poet and playwright, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature
Photocopies of microfilmed manuscripts, correspondence, documents,
printed materials, memorabilia, music, drawings, sketches, still
pictures, and portraits of William Butler Yeats, his family, and
Transferred from the Center for Contemporary Arts and Literature
in 1983; Arrangement and description based on photocopies.
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