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    • Judith Ortiz Cofer: 12/1/1999 

      Cofer, Judith Ortiz (1999-12-01)
    • Julia Elliott: 09-27-2017 

      Elliott, Julia (2017-09-27)
    • July 4th Marks Bicentennial of Erie Canal Construction 

      Ballard, Matthew R. (County of Orleans, 2017-07-01)
      After the construction of the Erie Canal, Western New York became the "Bread Basket of the World" up until the start of the Civil War. The extreme drop in shipping prices from $.25 per bushel to $5.00 per ton marked a ...
    • Junco, Slate-Colored 

      Allen, Arthur A. (1918-04-01)
      Slate-Colored Junco By Arthur A. Allen. Photograph taken in Ithaca, New York.
    • Junco, Slate-Colored 

      Allen, Arthur A. (1914-01-01)
      Slate-Colored Junco By Arthur A. Allen. Photograph taken in January 1914.
    • Junco, Slate-Colored (Side View) 

      Bailey, Guy (1912-04-01)
      A side view of a Slate-Colored Junco By Guy Bailey. Photography taken in Geneseo, New York.
    • June Jordan Interview : 09-24-1981 

      Jordan, June (1981-09-24)
    • June Jordan: 09-24-1981 

      Jordan, June; Marchant, Peter; Livingston, Adriane M.; Robertson, Mary Elsie (1981-09-24)
      June Jordan was a poet and former professor of English at Stony Brook University. She begins the interview by reading her poem,“A Poem about Intelligence for My Brothers and Sisters.” She continues the interview by discussing ...
    • Jungfrau from Interlaken 

      Unknown author (2018-11-20)
      Switzerland. Jungfrau from Interlaken.
    • Junks on Yangtze River 

      Unknown author (1916-01-01)
      China. Junks on Yangtze River. (1916)
    • Justice for the Refugee: The Refugee Experience in Great Britain During World War II 

      Lovell, Kelly (2017-10-05)
      In light of the current refugee crisis as a result of the war in Syria, this presentation takes a look at another refugee crisis in European history. During the 1930s and 1949s, millions of people fled their home countries ...
    • Justifying Existence: Positioning Autism in a World of Capitalist Expectation 

      Richter, Jacob D. (2016-04-23)
      In Glen Finland’s memoir Next Stop, a mother confronts the decades-old American parenting ritual of helping a child to obtain their first job. Finland’s experience with her first two sons proved relatively typical; the ...
    • Kalamata: Fruit and Vegetable Market in Open Square 

      Unknown author (1926-01-01)
      Greece. Kalamata. Fruit and Vegetable Market in Open Square, People; Taygetos Mountains in Background. (1926)
    • Kaleidoscope: 175th Anniversary Issue 

      Advancement, Division of (2010-01-01)
      Articles from the Fall 2010 issue of the Kaleidoscope, the alumni news magazine, commemorating the 175th anniversary of the history of the college.
    • Kameido Park: Drum Bridge 

      Unknown author (2018-10-31)
      Japan. Tokyo. Kameido Park: Drum Bridge; Wisteria.
    • Kameido Park: Tea House, Japanese Women 

      Unknown author (1934-05-01)
      Japan. Tokyo. Kameido Park: Tea House, Japanese Women. (May 1934)
    • Karen Alkalay-Gut 

      Unknown author (2016-08-04)
    • Karen Alkalay-Gut: 09-25-2002 

      Alkalay-Gut, Karen; Rubin, Stan Sanvel (2002-09-25)
      Karen Alkalay-Gut is an award-winning poet and professor at Tel Aviv University in Israel. She starts the interview by reading her poems “Plea for a Moratorium on Poems About Jerusalem” and “Belly Dancing, Tel Aviv, March ...
    • Karen Taylor, interviewed by Keegan Leslie Taylor 

      Tynan, Jacob; Taylor, Keegan Leslie (2019-11-12)
      Karen Taylor grew up in Fairport and attended MCC (where she earned her Associate's Degree in Liberal Studies), the University at Buffalo, and Nazareth College (where she earned earned her Bachelor's Degree of Science in ...
    • Kashmir: Boy Studying the Koran 

      Unknown author (1924-01-01)
      India. Kashmir. Boy Studying the Koran; Wooden Board Used as a Slate. (1924)