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Byrnes '34 Archives Finding Aids

The Byrnes '34 Archives collects, preserves, and makes accessible materials relating to the history of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. This guide provides insight into what the Archives holds in its collections.

Collection Name: Tickets to Lectures

Room/Shelf-Row: 101C/A-4      Box Label: Tickets to lectures + lectures

 

Type of materials (papers/notebooks/photos/etc.): papers, tickets, booklets

Dates: 1880s – 1890s

Quantity (linear feet):  0.5 ft

Description (briefly describe what is included):

             Though a bit more miscellaneous, the items in this box include an interesting snippet from the past. Tickets were required to attend class, and on each was the course subject, professor, and attending student for the year it was used. The matriculation applications show what courses/grades a student had completed before entering the college. The first introductory address given in 1885 by Dr. Willis G. Tucker was published by the ACP senior class.

Arrangement (alphabetical/chronological/etc.): Chronological

Contents per box (folder labels & number of folders per label):

  • 2 folders:
    • 630 – Registration, Tickets to Course Lectures 1899 – 1900

ACP HISTORY

Pharmacy Student Registrations/Qualifying Certificates for Entrance by Board of Pharmacy, NY

  • 13 lecture/course tickets
  • 5 matriculation applications
  • 3 matriculation tickets
  • 5 pharmacy certificate acceptance post cards
  • 3 Pharmacy Student Qualifying Certificates
  • 1 Application for Qualifying Certificate
  • 1 post card requesting a teacher position
  • Willis G. Tucker – 1884, 1895

Lectures for Lecture Courses (Early Education ACP)

5th Annual

  • 4 Introductory Address booklets