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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.
Room/Shelf-Row: 101C/A-4Box Label: Paul A. Byrnes, 1934 ACP Course Notebooks, Dispensing Lab, Botany, Chemistry, Microbiology, Photos Labeled
Type of materials (papers/notebooks/photos/etc.): paper notes, photos, postcards, registered pharmacy certificates, liquor licenses
Dates: 1930s – 1950s?
Quantity (linear feet): 0.5 ft
Description (briefly describe what is included):
Paul A. Byrnes was a 1934 graduate of ACP, and the college’s archives are now named after him. His notes show some similarities to the chemistry studied today, however his botany notes are a link to the past, when it was still a major course in the college.