Collections Processing, 2022-2023: Special Collections Year in Review

Herizon dance poster

This is the second in a series of “year in review” posts about what we’ve been up to in Special Collections in 2022-2023. This post highlights archival collections recently added to ArchivesSpace.

Recently-processed University Archives collections include:

Maria Mazziotti Gillan archive, 1955-2018
Bernard F. Huppé papers, 1939-1987
Student Publications at Binghamton University (see the blog post for more info)
Educational Opportunity Program records, 1966-1979
Student Affairs records, 1970-1996
Transitional Year Program records, 1968-1978

Guides for the following collections have been added or revised/updated this year:

Bank of Binghamton / City National Bank of Binghamton records, 1852-1955
Yves Brayer exhibition catalogs and clippings, 1955-1972
Jack B. Bryan drawings for the Binghamton Press
Julie Cizenski collection of postcards
Leopold Eckler papers, 1912-1972
Herizon / Changing Herizons, Inc. records
Rose Sigal Ibsen Chinese calligraphic scrolls
John B. and Kate Smith Livernoche letters, 1867-1931
Joseph Van Gorder Shappee papers, 1879-1891
Dorothy L. Titchener papers, 1932-1982
YWCA of Binghamton and Broome County, New York records, 1892-2012

A recent addition to our Local History Newsletters collection was a nearly-complete run of the Newsletters of S.Y.O.L. (Save Your Own Life), 1988-2001.

Much more material has also been added to the Theatre History collection guide in ArchivesSpace.

Cover of Willard Smith Niles diary
Front cover of the Willard Smith Niles diary, 1832.

Seven items are now included in our Small Manuscripts collection:

Esther Dopp writing book, 1830-1831
Francis Patrick Garvan notes on criminal investigations, 1900-1906
Daniel Le Roy account book, about 1807-1812 with later additions
Willard Smith Niles diary, April-August 1832
“Thuisiana,” volume of French poetry, about 1808
William E. Van Atta letters as treasurer of David Bernstein Congressional campaign, 1970
“The Yellowstone National Park,” student essay, about 1890-1900