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Personal and professional papers and student papers. Student papers were written by
students in Professor Kammen's History 126 course in response to assignments calling for
newspaper and archives research; and for interviews regarding student life, folklore,
and slang. Papers are journal entries, memoirs, or critiques of campus life.
Pen and certificate commemorating the signing of legislation creating the New York State
freedom trail program, 1997. Scrapbook compiled by students in summer 2004 CAU course.
Correspondence with Heriberto Dixon and file on Cayuga land claims. Correspondence
relating to New York State history, and letters from Indonesia and East Timor. Files on
"Cornell: Glorious to View," and files and unused materials for "First Person Cornell."
Photograph album from a trip to China, Dec. 1982-Jan. 1983, with pictures of Beijing,
Loying, Wuxi, Soujo, and the Li River.
Files on being a local historian, including letters, book contracts, invitations to
speak, and responses, 1979-2012; research files from "Part & Apart"; and research files
relating to Cornell women's history.