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Syracuse University Slide Collection

An inventory of the collection at the Syracuse University Archives


Creator: Syracuse University.
Title: Syracuse University Slide Collection
Dates: 1948-2003
Size: 39 boxes (29.25 linear feet)
Abstract: The Slide Collection contains slides that depict people, places and events of Syracuse University.
Language: English
Repository: University Archives,
Special Collections Research Center
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Ave., Suite 600
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010

Historical Note

Slide of Hall of Languages

Syracuse University officially began its proud tradition in higher education on March 24, 1870, when the Syracuse University Board of Trustees signed the University charter and certificate of incorporation. The board, headed by leaders of the New York Methodist Church, was eager to act on the ideas put forth a month prior at the Methodist State Convention. At that convention, a resolution to build an institution of higher learning in the promising, centrally-located city of Syracuse was met with immediate and passionate support. A few short months later, the Syracuse University Board of Trustees chartered the University, secured the support of the city, and raised $500,000 in funding from various sources.

On May 17, 1871, just over a year after the signing of the University charter, the Board of Trustees approved plans to build Syracuse University's first building: the Hall of Languages. They did not wait for the building's completion to begin educating students. In September of 1871, the lone College of Liberal Arts’ first class of forty-one young men and women used rented floors of the Myers Block building as their temporary home. The University's opening, while humble, was a success.

Despite these modest beginnings, the story of Syracuse University would be one of remarkable growth and progress. By the spring of 1873, the Hall of Languages was complete and housed many of the new programs offered. The University’s first Chancellor, Alexander Winchell, was appointed this same year. Economic problems caused Winchell to resign just a year later, allowing Erastus Haven to step in as the new Chancellor. While Chancellor Haven's primary duty was keeping the young University afloat amidst financial troubles, he also managed to improve existing academic programs and create new bonds between the University and its host city. Economic difficulties, both local and nationwide, would carry on into the early years of the administration of the next Chancellor, Charles Sims. By 1886, however, the University was ready to push forward with its first period of significant expansion. Between 1887 and 1892, under Sims' leadership, Syracuse University added an observatory, the impressive Crouse College of Fine Arts building, a library, and a gymnasium. At this point the growing University encompassed the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Medicine, and the College of Fine Arts.

When Chancellor Sims was succeeded by Chancellor James Day in 1894, Syracuse University began one of the most transformative periods of its history. Chancellor Day took the administrative position with a desire to expand the University even further, and he was successful with the help of his close friend John D. Archbold. Director of the Rockefeller Standard Oil Company and president of the Syracuse University Board of Trustees, Archbold donated large sums to the University to help fund Day’s plans for expansion.

Chancellor Day helped introduce many new programs in law, business, home economics, applied science, and education, among others. Day reconfigured the University into thirteen academic divisions, as opposed to the original three, in order to accommodate the needs of rapidly-evolving academic departments. With new disciplines to accommodate, and an ever-increasing number of students enrolling, the University needed to build a number of new facilities during this period. Day, with assistance from Archbold and other influential donors, oversaw the completion of twenty-two new University buildings, including several academic and administrative buildings, a library, a second gymnasium, and Archbold Stadium.

Slide of Football Team Huddle, 1969

Archbold Stadium, funded by John D. Archbold and completed in 1907, would be put to good use in the seventy-one years it stood. The large, Coliseum-inspired arena was a representation of Syracuse University's celebrated athletic tradition. Since the early 1880s, athletics had been an increasingly popular facet of the University experience. As the number of students swelled under the Day administration, so too did the students’ passion for the teams that competed on behalf of the University. Numerous other student activities also continued to develop during this period including student publications, musical groups like the marching band, and Greek organizations.

With Archbold's death in 1916 and Chancellor Day's retirement in 1922, Syracuse University's first period of rapid growth came to a close. Day’s successor, Charles Flint, attempted to continue expanding the University but was impeded by the effects of the Great Depression. Chancellor Flint did, however, successfully preserve the University's academic integrity during trying economic times, and Syracuse University's Depression-era enrollment did not experience the significant decline seen at other universities. Flint retired in 1936, leaving his vice chancellor, William Graham, to head the administration through the later years of the Great Depression. While Flint and Graham were preoccupied with maintaining the University’s stability, their successor would seek to make big changes.

In the fall of 1942, at a time when millions of college-aged Americans were joining the military to serve in World War II, Syracuse University alumnus William Tolley returned to his alma mater as Chancellor. Given the unique circumstances brought about by the war, Chancellor Tolley was determined to oversee an institution that prioritized all types of students. He created specialized military training programs and took a special interest in the education of returning veterans. Tolley assured those entering the military that Syracuse University would assist them upon their return. Following the war, many veterans recognized Syracuse University as an especially welcoming institution, and the University had one of the higher veteran enrollment numbers in the country, ranking seventeenth overall despite its relatively small size. By the late 1940s, military veterans made up half of the University's swelling numbers.

In order to expand and improve in the post-war years, Syracuse University had to readjust its approach to education. By 1950, the University was committed to becoming a modern research institution that could make valuable academic contributions to society. New research programs were created, research funding was drastically increased, specialized faculty members were recruited, and buildings to house and serve the changing needs of students were constructed during this time. The University not only improved its approach to scientific and academic research during this period of modernization, it also expanded its social role through the founding of the School of Social Work and the creation of University College. By the time Chancellor Tolley retired in 1969, the University had changed dramatically.

Student life had also evolved during Tolley’s time, revealing a diverse array of interests and a more socially conscious student body. More sports were added to the University’s roster, and established teams started playing to swelling crowds. The Lowe Art Center gave art students opportunities to experiment with various media, and the number of student publications grew as more voices demanded to be heard. Students also began turning the liveliness of the campus into political action. Throughout the late 1960s, University students protested the Vietnam War, and this student unrest would reach its climax with the strike of 1970.

Slide of a Snowy View toward Hendricks Chapel

The strike, which occurred in the spring of 1970, was sparked by both local and national conflicts. Accusations of racial discrimination in the football program led to player boycotts and garnered campus-wide attention. The strike itself was in response to the Kent State University shootings that happened in May of that year. Syracuse University students effectively shut down the University by barricading all entrances to campus and staging a sit-in. A year prior, the University had optimistically appointed John Corbally as Chancellor, hoping that he could rally the University around a positive, innovative new vision that would complement the spirit of its upcoming centennial celebration. Instead, Chancellor Corbally oversaw the increasingly restless institution for eighteen months before he left to take an offer at another university.

Melvin Eggers was named the University’s Chancellor in 1971 and was tasked with improving the now-strained relationship between the University and its faculty, staff, and students. While reuniting University members proved difficult (the library staff went on strike just a few years after Eggers took office), he was able to help quell many of the problems that had been mounting when he first took office. In addition to dissent on campus, the University had also seen enrollment drop in recent years. Under the guidance of Eggers, enrollment rose, thanks in part to improvements made in the academic sphere and the addition of new facilities including libraries, arts buildings, and the famous Carrier Dome.

The Carrier Dome, completed in 1980, would become the versatile new home to the football, basketball, track and field, soccer, field hockey, and lacrosse teams. It was under the distinctive inflatable dome that the men’s basketball and lacrosse teams would have their rise to national prominence in the decades that followed. As the Orange athletes became more competitive and took up new sports, students responded with impressive school spirit, making athletic events a crucial component of student life at the University.

By the 1990s, while some of the athletic programs were beginning to thrive, financial problems made it difficult to properly serve the student population. Through difficult adjustments, Chancellor Kenneth Shaw helped stabilize the University and once more put it on a path of progress. In 2004, incoming Chancellor Nancy Cantor upheld the University's commitment to progress by working to strengthen the University's connection to its local and international communities.

Syracuse University began as a single building atop a hill. Over the years, its population grew from a few dozen local students to over 21,000 students from all over the world. With the help of Chancellors and the University community alike, the University has continued to extend its reach.

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Scope and Content Note

The Syracuse University Slide Collection consists of color slides that document the history of academics, athletics, student life, the campus and various events at Syracuse University. Although the dates range from 1948 to 2003, the majority of the slides are from the 1970s.

The collection is divided into fourteen series:

The first series, Academics, contains slides of academic departments including students, faculty and other images associated with the academic side of Syracuse University.

Slides of extra-curricular activities in which students participated compose the Activities and Organizations series. These include organizations and activities like cheerleading, publications, and musical groups.

The Administration series is made of administrative offices, development activities of the institution including campaigns, along with other events and organizations devoted to the oversight of Syracuse University.

The Alumni series contains slides of alumni, as well as alumni gatherings and events. Included are slides of the Coming Back Together Reunion.

The Art Collection series involves slides of art owned by the University, including sculptures that are located on campus grounds.

Slides of students and coaches involved in sporting events comprise the Athletics series. Included are slides of the Empire State Games as well as various sports divided, when appropriate, by gender.

Slides of buildings on Syracuse University's campus as well as landscape views of the University make up the Buildings and Grounds series. Included are aerial views, winter scenes on campus as well as the many buildings Syracuse University owned and operated, some of which are no longer standing.

Controversies and Problems contain slides depicting the anti-war and anti-apartheid movements on Syracuse University's campus.

The Greek Organizations series contains slides of various sorority and fraternity members and Greek events.

The Military series is composed of slides depicting the activities and people of ROTC.

The Special Events series includes slides of events such as commencements, opening weekend and Winter Carnival.

The Students series contains slides of students in general academic or classroom settings, on the quad, outdoors on the grounds and relaxing in more social settings. These slides give a general sense of student life from the 1960s until the early 2000s.

The Syracuse City / Onondaga County series includes slides from local events and places in the Syracuse area and within the county.

Lastly, the Traditions series is composed of slides showing college and school banners as well as the University seal.

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Access Restrictions

There are no access restrictions to this collection.

Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from the Syracuse University Archives and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Related Material

Other image collections in the Archives include the Photograph Collection, which contains thousands of photographs documenting the history of Syracuse University; the Portrait Collection, which contains photographs of faculty, staff, alumni and other individuals related to Syracuse University and its history; the Glass Plate Negative and Lantern Slide Collections and images in multiple formats taken by the Syracuse University Photo and Imaging Center.

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Selected Search Terms


Syracuse University.


Greek letter societies.
Student activities.
Syracuse University -- Alumni and alumnae.
Syracuse University -- Buildings.
Syracuse University -- History.
Syracuse University -- Sports.
Syracuse University -- Students.
Higher education.

Types of material

Slides (photographs).

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Syracuse University Slide Collection,
University Archives,
Special Collections Research Center
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Slides in the Slide Collection have generally been donated to the Archives by alumni, staff, departments, schools and colleges of Syracuse University dating back to the 1970s.

Processing Information

Slides were placed in archival sleeves, folders and boxes.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: Anna Smallwood
Date: 2015
Revision history: 2016 - Additional slides added to collection (AES)

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Materials are arranged in series and are filed in alphabetical or chronological order.

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Academic Computing Center
Box 1 1973-1990
Box 1 undated
Box 1 Afro-American Studies 1970s
Box 1 Architecture, School of 1970s-1980s
Arts and Sciences, College of
Box 1 1970s
Box 1 undated
Box 1 Creative Writing undated
Box 1 Freshman Forum undated
Box 2 Graduate Work 1977, 1984
Box 2 Physics undated
Biology, Department of
Box 2 Biology Laboratory undated
Box 2 Graduate 1980s, undated
Box 2 Graduate Biology and Chemistry Laboratories 1985
Box 2 Graduate Geology and Biology Laboratories 1985
Box 2 Case Center 1984-1985
Box 2 Center Instructional Development Learning Lab 1972
Box 2 Chemistry, Department of undated
Box 2 Division of International Programs Abroad (DIPA) undated
Box 2 Education, School of 1984-1985, undated
Engineering and Computer Science, College of
Box 2 1970s
Box 2 1980s
Box 2 undated (2 folders)
Box 3 undated (2 folders)
Box 3 Chemical Engineering undated
Box 3 Computer Center 1973-1975
Box 3 Computer Information Science 1982-1985
Box 3 Computing undated
Box 3 Industrial Engineering undated
Box 3 English Language Institute 1985
Box 3 Gerontology 1975
Box 3 Honors Program 1985
Human Development, School of
Box 3 1969-1985
 Student Working
Box 4 1975 (2 folders)
Box 4 undated (2 folders)
Box 4 Day Care undated
Box 4 Nutrition 1984-1985
Box 4 Information Studies, School of undated
Box 4 Journalism, School of undated
Box 4 1973-1975
Box 4 undated
Box 4 Slocum Hall Laboratory 1971
Box 5 1967-1985, undated
Box 5 Bird Library- Preserving Books undated
Box 5 Library Christmas Party 1977-1983
Box 5 Library Orientation 1966
Box 5 Library Tour 1960s-1970s
Box 5 Library Workshop 1966-1972
Box 5 Soling Project at Bird Library 1995
Box 5 Management, School of 1974-1983
Box 5 Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs 1970s-1980s, undated
Music, School of
Box 5 1975 (2 folders)
Box 5 undated
Newhouse School of Public Communication
Box 6 1965-1989 (2 folders)
Box 6 1992-2002
Box 6 undated (4 folders)
Box 7 undated
Box 7 Film and Animation undated
Box 7 Sound Studio undated
Nursing Program
Box 7 1973-1974
Box 7 1982-1984, undated
Box 7 Project Advance undated
Box 7 Sensory Research 1975
Social Work, School of
Box 7 1970s
Box 7 undated
Box 7 Speech Communication undated
Box 7 SUNY ESF 1985
Visual and Performing Arts, School of
Box 8 1969-1979
Box 8 1980-1990, undated
Box 8 Art undated (3 folders)
Box 8 Ballet Class 1975
Box 8 Computer Graphics 1976-1984
Box 8 Drama 1973-1982
Box 9 Drama undated
Box 9 Fashion Design undated
Box 9 Goudy Type Lab/Letterpress undated
Box 9 Jazz Workshop 1974
Box 9 Masks undated
Box 9 Master of Fine Arts, Show Opening 1979
Box 9 Music undated (3 folders)
Box 9 Music- Moog 1975
Box 9 Retailing Industry undated
Box 9 Speech undated
Box 10 Speech undated
Box 10 Student and Faculty Work 1976-1980
Box 10 Syracuse University Dance undated
Activities and Organizations
Box 10 Cheerleading 1970s
Box 10 Community House TGIF 1975
Box 10 Community Oriented Security Services Program undated
Box 10 Daily Orange undated
Box 10 Dance Marathon 1975
Box 10 Film Forum 1975
Box 10 Intramurals 1975
Box 10 Jabberwocky 1973-1974
Box 10 Mount Olympus Olympics 1978
Box 10 Band 1970s
Box 10 Celestial Choir 1981
Box 10 Jazz Ensemble and Stage Band 1981
Box 10 Marching Band undated
Box 10 Orchestra Rehearsing 1973
Box 10 Publications Scenes undated
Box 10 Radio Station 1969
Box 10 Student Association Alteracts 1975
Box 10 Syracuse University Varsity Club undated
Box 10 University 100 1989
Box 10 WAER Radio undated
Administrative Offices
Box 10 Career Services 1975
Box 10 Guidance Counseling undated
Box 10 International Student Office 1972
Box 10 Parents Office 1975, undated
Box 10 Residence Life Office 1970s
Box 33 Residence Life Staff Events 1978
Box 10 Student Services 1975
Box 11 1974-1981
Box 11 Events undated
Box 11 Food Services 1969-1976
Box 11 1975
Box 11 Architecture undated
Box 11 Arts and Sciences undated
Box 11 Campaign for Syracuse undated
Box 11 Education, School of undated
Box 12 Executive Committee National Campaign undated
Box 12 Human Development undated
Box 12 Library Campaign Booklet undated
Box 12 Public Safety 1975
Box 12 Alumnae Club undated
Box 12 Alumni Giving 1969
Box 12 Alumni News 1980s
Box 12 Alumni Show 1973-1980
Box 12 Big Apple Orange Awards NYC undated
Box 12 Coming Back Together Reunion 1989, undated
Box 12 Phone-A-Thon 1979
Box 12 Reunion 1970s-1980s
Box 12 Reunion Weekend 1979
Art Collection
Box 12 Earl O. Roe Collection 1959-1961
Box 12 "Explore Your Options" Drawings 1977
Box 12 Marshall Boehm Collection undated
Box 12 Sacco and Vanzetti Mural 1967-1992
Box 13 Dancing Mother 1973, undated
Box 13 Diana undated
Box 13 Elemental Man 1973-2002
Box 13 Herakles 1973-1997
Box 13 Job undated
Box 13 Lincoln Statues 1973-1997
Box 13 Man and the Universe 1971
Box 13 Moses 1993, undated
Box 13 Saltine Warrior Statue 1971-1997
 Saltine Warrior Sculpture
Box 13 Supplicant Persephone 1973-1993
Box 13 Various Sculptures 1960-1993
Box 13 Washington Statue 1970s
Box 13 Winged Victory of Samothrace 1973
Box 13 Bicycling 1979
Box 13 Empire State Games 1978 (2 folders)
Box 13 Empire State Games 1979 (2 folders)
Box 13 Empire State Games and National Sports Festival 1979-1981, undated
Box 13 Baseball 1971
Box 13 1968-1969
Box 14 1970s
Box 14 1980s (2 folders)
Box 14 undated
Box 14 Big East Tournament 1982
Box 14 NCAA Violations Press Conference undated
Box 14 Crew 1968-1979, undated
Box 14 Cricket undated
Box 14 Fencing undated
Box 14 Field Hockey 1978-1980
Box 14 1969
Box 14 1970-1971
Box 14 1972
Box 15 1973-1974
Box 15 1975 (2 folders)
Box 15 1978 (2 folders)
Box 15 1979
Box 15 undated
Box 15 Ernie Davis Hall of Fame Induction 1979
Box 16 Gymnastics 1970s, undated
Box 16 Ice Hockey undated
Box 16 Lacrosse undated
Box 16 Rugby 1974
 Syracuse University Men's Rugby
Box 16 Soccer 1974
Box 16 Swimming 1969
Box 16 Tennis 1970s
Box 16 Track and Field 1971-1997
Box 16 Wrestling 1975
Box 16 Racquetball undated
Box 16 Skiing 1970s
Box 16 Spectators undated
Box 16 Trophy Cases 1975
Box 16 Basketball 1970s-1980s
Box 16 Figure Skating undated
Box 16 Gymnastics undated
Box 16 Swimming 1972
Box 16 Tennis undated
Box 16 Track and Field 1971-1984, undated
Box 16 Volleyball 1975
Buildings and Grounds
Box 16 920 Irving Avenue undated
Box 16 Archbold Gymnasium undated
Archbold Stadium
Box 16 1970s
Box 16 Demolition 1978-1979 (2 folders)
Box 16 Archbold Theater undated
Bird Library
Box 17 1969
Box 17 1970s (4 folders)
Box 17 1980s
Box 17 undated
Box 17 Construction undated
Box 17 Flooding Near Bird Library after Severe Rainstorm 1972
Box 17 Moving to Bird Library 1972
Box 17 Reconfiguration 1992
Box 17 Bookstore 1969-1975, undated
Box 17 Booth Hall 1979-1997
Box 18 Bowne Hall undated
Box 18 Brewster, Boland, Brockway Dormitories 1969-1981, undated
Box 18 Brewster House 1958
 Brewster House
Box 18 Campus Map Drawings undated
Campus Views
Box 18 1950s-1960s
Box 18 1970s (5 folders)
Box 19 1970s (4 folders)
Box 19 1980s
Box 19 1990s
Box 20 undated (2 folders)
Box 20 Aerials 1965-2002, undated
Box 20 Architectural Detail 1971-1995
Box 20 Fall Scences 1973-1999
Box 20 Spring and Summer Scenes 1971-2002
Box 20 Sidewalk and Road Construction 1974
Box 20 Sunrise and Sunset 1974-1994
Winter Scenes
Box 21 1970s (4 folders)
 Hall of Languages with Snow
Box 21 1990s (3 folders)
Box 21 Career Services Building (123 College Place) 1975
 Career Services Building
Carnegie Library
Box 22 1960s, undated
Box 22 1979-1985
Box 22 Reading Room undated
Carrier Dome
Box 22 undated
Box 22 Construction 1979-1980 (3 folders)
Box 23 Crowds undated
Box 23 Planning undated
Box 23 Chancellor's House 1986
 Chancellor's House
Box 23 Community House 1975, undated
Box 23 Comstock Art Facility 1986
Box 23 Comstock (760 Comstock Avenue) 1976
 760 Comstock Avenue
Box 23 Barclay (829/833 University Avenue) 1975
Box 23 Walnut 1975
Box 23 Coyne Field undated
Crouse College
Box 23 1970s-1980s (2 folders)
Box 23 1990s
Box 23 undated
Box 23 undated
Box 23 Interior 1975-1978
Box 23 Organ 1975
Box 23 Crouse-Hinds Hall (School of Management) 1992-2002, undated
Box 23 Day Hall undated
Box 23 DellPlain Hall 1981-1997, undated
Box 24 Eggers Hall 1990s
Box 24 Flanagan Gymnasium undated
Box 24 Flint Hall 1977-1978 (2 folders)
Box 24 Goldstein Alumni and Faculty Center undated
Box 24 Goldstein Student Center 1990s
Greek Housing
Box 24 Alpha Phi House (17 University Avenue) undated
Box 24 Gamma Delta Theta House (1003 Walnut Avenue, Now Phi Sigma Sigma House) 1997
Box 24 Pi Upsilon House (101 College Place) 1997
Box 24 Greenburg House undated
Box 24 Haft Hall (WAER) 1981
Hall of Languages
Box 24 1965-1987
Box 24 1990-2002
Box 25 undated (3 folders)
Box 25 Renovation 1978
Box 25 Haven Hall 1969-1980
Box 25 Health Center 1972, undated
Hendricks Chapel
Box 25 1970s-1980s
Box 25 1990-2002, undated
Box 25 Heroy Geology Building 1970s-1980s, 1997, undated
Box 25 Hinds Halls undated
Box 26 Holden Observatory 1975-2002, undated
Box 26 Hoople Special Education Building undated
Box 26 Huntington Beard Crouse Hall (HBC) 1970-1997, undated
Box 26 Huntington Hall 1984, undated
Box 26 International Living Center (Now Lyons Hall) 1975-1981, undated
Box 26 Kimmel Hall 1969-1977
Box 26 Lampe Athletic Complex undated
Box 26 Lawrinson Hall 1966-1981
Box 26 Link Hall 1970-1997
Box 26 Lowe Art Gallery 1970s-1980s, undated
Lubin House
Box 26 1975
Box 26 1986-1997
Box 26 Lyman Hall 1972-2003, undated
Box 26 Machinery Hall undated
Box 26 Manley Field House 1975-1997, undated
Box 26 Marion Hall undated
Maxwell Hall
Box 26 1973-1992
Box 26 1992-2002, undated
Box 26 Minnowbrook Conference Center undated
Newhouse I
Box 27 1970s-1980s
Box 27 1990-2002
Box 27 Newhouse II Construction 1972
Box 27 Nursing, School of (426 Ostrom Avenue) 1997
Box 27 Orange Publishing Co. undated
Box 27 Physics Building 1972-1979, undated
Box 27 1973-1999
Box 27 Fall 1973-1999
Box 27 Spring and Summer 1971-2002
Box 27 Winter 1975-1999
Box 27 Quonset Hut undated
Box 27 The Red House (747 Comstock Avenue, Now Tau Kappa Epsilon House) undated
 The Red House
Box 27 Residence Halls Interiors - Unidentified 1969-2002
Box 27 Ruth Van Arsdale Henry Center and Health Services Building 1972
Box 27 Sadler Hall 1965-1997
Box 27 Sagamore 1966
Box 27 Schaffer Art Building 1993-1997
Box 28 Schine Student Center 1985-1997
Box 28 Science and Technology Center 1980s-1990s, undated
Box 28 Shaw Hall 1981
Box 28 Sheraton University Inn undated
Box 28 Sims Hall undated
Box 28 1970s-1980s
Box 28 Construction 1973
Box 28 Slocum Hall 1974-2002, undated
Box 28 Smith Hall 1992-2002, undated
Box 28 Steele Hall 1970s-1980s
Box 28 SUNY ESF 1985
Box 28 Syracuse Stage undated
Box 28 Tolley Administration Building 1973-2002, undated
Watson Hall
Box 28 1981, 1997
Box 28 Good Food Store 1975
Box 28 White Hall 1981-2002
Box 28 Winchell Hall undated
Box 28 Women's Building undated
Box 28 Women's Gym (Old) -- Pre-1963 Home of Journalism School undated
Controversies and Problems
Box 28 Anti-Apartheid Demonstration 1985
 Students at Anti-Apartheid Demonstration
Box 28 Anti-War Efforts (On and Off Campus) 1969
Greek Organizations
Box 29 Fraternities and Sororities -- Mixed 1975-1989
Box 29 Greek Award Banquet 1988-1989
Box 29 Greek Week 1974
Box 29 ROTC 1980s
Box 29 ROTC undated (2 folders)
Special Events
Box 29 Archbold Stadium -- Brunch at Drumlins before Last Game 1978
Box 29 Austrian Festival 1975
Box 29 Career and Job Fair 1999, undated
Box 29 Children's Gymnastics 1975
Box 29 Colgate Weekend 1955-1957
Box 29 1950s
Box 29 1960s
Box 29 1970-1971
Box 30 1972
Box 30 1974-1975
Box 30 1976-1978
Box 30 1979 (2 folders)
Box 30 1980
Box 30 1981 (2 folders)
Box 30 1983
Box 31 1984
Box 31 1985
Box 31 1986
Box 31 1987
Box 31 1988
Box 31 1989
Box 31 1990
Box 31 1991
Box 31 1992
Box 31 undated (2 folders)
Box 31 Banners undated
Box 31 Concert on the Quad 1972
Box 32 Freshman Orientation 1975
Box 32 Globetrotters 1975
Box 32 Graduate Student Convocation in Crouse 1986
Box 32 Homecoming 1980s, undated
Box 32 M.D. Block Party 1975
Box 32 National Orange Day 1997
Box 32 National Sports Festival 1981, undated
Opening Weekend
Box 32 1975 (2 folders)
Box 32 1989-1990
Box 32 1991-1992
Box 33 undated
Box 33 Roy Simmons Jr. Event undated
Box 33 Royal Lichtenstein Circus 1974
Box 33 Scholastic Achievement Convocation 1959
Box 33 Science Technology Funding Announcement undated
Box 33 Senior Class Party 1976, 1979
Box 33 Special Olympics 1974
Box 33 Spring Weekend 1951-1975
Box 33 Strawberry Festival on the Quad 1970s
Box 33 Student Union Building Party (Pledges) 1979
Box 33 Truman Luncheon undated
Box 33 Winter Carnival Snow Sculptures 1948-1964
 Snow Sculpture in Front of Psi Upsilon House
Classroom -- General
Box 33 1950s
Box 33 1960s
Box 33 1970s (3 folders)
Box 34 1970s
Box 34 1980s
Box 34 1990s
Box 34 2000-2003
Box 34 undated (4 folders)
Outdoor Scenes
Box 34 1960s
Box 34 1970s
Box 35 1970s (6 folders)
Box 36 1980s
Box 36 1990s (4 folders)
Box 36 2000-2003
Box 36 undated
Box 37 undated (3 folders)
Box 37 Registration 1971-1982
Social Activities
Box 37 1960s
Box 37 1970s (2 folders)
Box 38 1970s (2 folders)
Box 38 1980s (2 folders)
Box 38 1990s
Box 38 2000-2003
Box 38 undated (2 folders)
Box 39 undated (2 folders)
Syracuse City / Onondaga County
Box 39 Civic Center 2000
Box 39 Downtown Syracuse 1975, 2000
Box 39 Farmers Market 1975
Box 39 Marshall Street 1970s, undated
Box 39 Medical Crisis Unit 1974
Box 39 Onondaga County 1973-1984
Box 39 Parade undated
Box 39 Syracuse 1950, 2000
Box 39 Syracuse Train 2000, undated
 Syracuse Train at Carrier Dome Station
Box 39 Thornden Park 1974, undated
Box 39 College and School Banners undated
Box 39 University Seal undated

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