02. Institutional Collections
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
The Cold Spring Harbor Banbury Collection consists of manuscripts, transcripts, publisher's gallies, reprints and program notes relating to science-related meetings held at the Banbury Center.
This is a collection of blueprints, surveys, drawings and maps, many with handwritten notes. Included are the original blue prints for many buildings at CSHL and topographical depictions grounds in the Village of Laurel Hollow and Nassau County that were leased or owned by the Carnegie Institute of Washington, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, Long Island Biological Association and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Clippings Collection is composed of 29 boxes of printed material which document both scientists and events at CSHL and the scientific community at large.
The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Collection contains papers of the members of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and The Long Island Biological Association from the years 1962-2010. The materials consist of correspondence, meeting notes, financial papers, fundraising papers and development plans. The collection is divided into 5 series: Series 1: Administration; Series 2: Development; Series 3: Financials; Series 4: Fundraising; Series 5: Science and Research.
The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Images Collection consists of black and white and color negatives, slides, prints and CD-ROMs of digital images of people and events relating to ninety years of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory history.
The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory has hosted scientific meetings attended by both CSHL and external scientists since 1966. The CSHL Meetings Abstracts Collection is a catalog of the Meeting title, the Meeting Organizers, the Organizers’ affiliated institutions, and the physical location of the Abstract.
The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Meetings and Courses Department Collection consist of photographs and supporting documents from the Symposia, Meetings and Courses held at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.