Records and correspondence of permanent value from departments, offices and programs
Personal papers of alumni and faculty, especially material which documents their association with City College
Photographs: prints, negatives and slides pertaining to the College
Audio tapes and videotapes of College events
Biographical material about alumni, and faculty
Blueprints and drawings of College buildings and facilities
College memorabilia: programs, fliers, printed ephemera, pins, insignia, scrapbooks, etc.
Brochure stating the Free Academy has been buried, only to be transformed into the College of the City of New York. A noisy procession of students up Fifth Avenue on April 30, 1866 announced to the other citizens of New York that the institution of higher learning that they had voted to support with their taxes had gained a new name.
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