Collections and Personal Papers:


Deaccessioned Materials

Occasionally the Syracuse University Archives will deaccession collections that have been determined either to no longer fit within the collection policy of the Archives, or will benefit researchers by being housed in a different institution or location. This is always done in accordance with any existing deed of gift or if possible in consultation with the donor.

NOTE: The following collections have been deaccessioned by the Syracuse University Archives.

Alumni Papers

Jackie Martin, 1924-1968 (not an alumna)

Material was transferred to the Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) of the Syracuse University Library.


Faculty Papers

George Beck, 1944-1973, Industrial Design

Material was transferred to the Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) of the Syracuse University Library on September 6, 2000, as the material did not relate to Beck's teaching at Syracuse University, and was better suited to be housed with the SCRC industrial design collections

Howard Boatwright, Music

Material was transferred to the Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) of the Syracuse University Library on March 10, 1969. SCRC had acquired the major portion of the Boatwright papers and the Archives had only one item, his score for "The Ship of Death"

Stuart Gerry Brown, 1953-1963, American Civilization

Material was transferred to the Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) of the Syracuse University Library on March 3, 1967 as the majority of the Brown papers were housed there

Alexander Charters, 1948, Education

Material was transferred to the Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) of the Syracuse University Library (Accession M13-104) on July 31, 2013 as the Charters Papers were housed there

Daniel Patrick Moynihan, 1959-1962, Political Science

At the request of Senator Moynihan, the papers he "left behind in 1961" were sent to the Library of Congress on March 1, 1994