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Karuna Center for Peacebuilding

Karuna Center for Peacebuilding Records, 1994-2006.
4 boxes (1.75 linear feet).
Call no.: MS 580

Founded in Amherst, Mass., by Paula Green and associates in 1994, the Karuna Center for Peacebuilding addresses the global challenges of ethnic, religious, and political conflict. Often partnering with other regional, governmental, educational, or religious organizations, the Center regularly conducts courses, workshops, and other programs with the goal of addressing the root causes of conflict, preventing escalation, and fostering reconciliation. From their early efforts in Bosnia and Kosovo, they have branched out to more than twenty countries, including Afghanistan, Nepal, South Africa, and Palestine.

The Karuna Center collection is a record of an industrious organization committed to building peace internationally. The Center retains records of each international program, including copies of materials used during training and workshops and photographs and summary reports of their activities.

Subjects
  • Pacifists--Massachusetts
  • Peace-building
  • Sri Lanka--History--Civil War, 1983-
  • Yugoslav War, 1991-1995
Contributors
  • Green, Paula
  • Karuna Center for Peacebuilding

Stonewall Center

Stonewall Center Records, 1984-2008.
28 boxes (32 linear feet).
Call no.: RG 30/2/6

Following a series of homophobic incidents on campus in 1985, the Program for Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Concerns was established at UMass Amherst as an administrative office in Student Affairs. The program was renamed The Stonewall Center in 1995. Only the third center of its kind on a college campus, the Stonewall Center has provided the campus and surrounding community with cultural and educational programming through speakers, films, video and book library, Speakers Bureau on LGBT issues, referrals and support, advocacy and community outreach.

The records of the Stonewall Center include documentation of day to day operations, including phone logs, memos, and budget information, as well as posters and press releases for events, publications, campus and external reports, training manuals, surveys, newspaper clippings, and ephemera such as banners, tee-shirts, and buttons.

NB. A portion of the collection is stored off site and may require up to 30 minutes to retrieve.

Subjects
  • Gay college students--Massachusetts
  • Gays--Services for
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst--Students
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst. Program for Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Concerns
Contributors
  • Stonewall Center

UMass Amherst. Campus Center

UMass Amherst. Campus Center and Student Union,
Call no.: RG 37

The Murray D. Lincoln Campus Center and Student Union is one of the hubs of undergraduate life at UMass Amherst, offering a range of facilities and services to the university community. In addition to the Campus Center Hotel and rooms for meetings, conferences, conventions, and special events, the Campus Center houses UMass Catering Services, retail food outlets, student cooperative businesses, administrative offices, and the University Store. The Student Union houses student organizations and other stores and food outlets.

Contributors
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst. Murray D. Lincoln Campus Center
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst. Student Union

UMass Amherst. Computer Center

UMass Amherst. Computer Center, 1965-2007.
(3 linear feet).
Call no.: RG 29

Beginning with the burgeoning of demand for computing resources in the 1960s, the Computer Center and its successors has overseen the growth of computing and instructional technology.

In addition to publications issued by the Computer Center, Record Group 29 includes documentation of two computing initiatives: the New England Regional Consortium for Computational Studies and the Digital Image Analysis Laboratory.

Contributors
  • Digital Image Analysis Laboratory
  • New England Regional Consortium for Computational Studies
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst. Computing Center

2001 Center/Renaissance Community

2001 Center sign painted by Alaina Snipper, 1976 (Ref. no. car93)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
“Mayday” concert at 2001 Center, Gill, May 1, 1976. Sponsored by WAAF radio, 3000 people were planned for, 14,000 arrived. Community provided all security, medical, sound personnel, parking, food concessions and cleanup. (Ref. no. car94)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
“Mayday” concert at 2001 Center, Gill, May 1, 1976. (Ref. no. car95)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
“Mayday” concert at 2001 Center, Gill, May 1, 1976. (Ref. no. car96)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
“Mayday” concert at 2001 Center, Gill, May 1, 1976. (Ref. no. car97)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
“Mayday” concert at 2001 Center, Gill, May 1, 1976. (Ref. no. car98)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
“Mayday” concert at 2001 Center, Gill, May 1, 1976. (Ref. no. car99)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
“Mayday” concert at 2001 Center, Gill, May 1, 1976. (Ref. no. car100)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
“Mayday” concert at 2001 Center, Gill, May 1, 1976. (Ref. no. car101)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
God’s Eye weaving by Laura Sieser at the 2001 Center, Gill, 1979. (Ref. no. car102)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Doug Edson, 2001 Center. Gill, 1979. (Ref. no. car103)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Beginning construction on Michael’s planned house, 2001 Center, Gill, 1979. (Ref. no. car104)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
The Barn under construction with a planned meeting room upstairs and Community Office downstairs. Gill, 1979. (Ref. no. car105)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Brian McCue’s house under construction. Gill, 1977. (Ref. no. car106)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Detail of Brian McCue house construction. Gill, 1978. (Ref. no. car107)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Work on the Barn with Betsy Sullivan. Gill, 1980. (Ref. no. car108)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Renaissance Nursery at Northfield House, 1976. Adults are Lois Sellers and Larry Raffel. (Ref. no. car109)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
View of Community garden from tower of Michael’s house. Gill, 1980 (Ref. no. car110)
Photo by: Daniel Brown

2001 Center/Renaissance Community (part 2)

Marilyn Dowling and friends. Gill, 1982. (Ref. no. car111)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Community Schoolgirls. Swan Keyes, unidentified, Dixie Sellers, Lorelei Jaquay, Elka Holland. Gill, 1981. (Ref. no. car112)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Community Food Coop with Cheryl Senior. Gill, June, 1979. (Ref. no. car113)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Mobile Feast food concession at Getting to the Same Place spiritual festival. Chi-Chi Tolda, Deborah Stone, Donna Oehmig, Steve Wolfson in foreground. New Hampshire, May 1979. (Ref. no. car114)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Silver Screen Design t-shirt concession. Chris Garland and Donna Jagareski. Camelot Festival, 1976. (Ref. no. car115)
Renaissance Rockets baseball team. Back row; Jim Sullivan, Mitch Sieser, David Senior, Randy Kleinrock, Phil Dowling, Kenny Johnson. Bottom row; Jimmy Skiathitis, Marvin Moss, Gary Cohen, Steve Miller, Steve Greenwald, Mark Alvin. Turners Falls, 1979. (Ref. no. car116)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
ICRY [Inner-City Roundtable of Youth] visit. Members flanked by May Ristich and Michael Rapunzel. Gill, 1980. (Ref. no. car117)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Laurie Cabot, “The Witch of Salem” at the Noble Feast with Robin Paris and May Ristich. Turners Falls, February, 1978. (Ref. no. car118)
Peter Caddy, founder of the Findhorn Community with Michael Rapunzel. Old Stone Lodge, Gill, 1979. (Ref. no. car119)
Peter Caddy giving lecture at the Theater. Turners Falls, 1978 (Ref. no. car120)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Community morning breakfast at the Noble Feast. David and Donna Jagareski, Mitch Sieser, Guy Pollard, unidentified men at right. Turners Falls, 1977. (Ref. no. car121)
Community dinner at the Noble Feast. John Charmella, Richard “Brau” Safft, Irene, Eleanor, and Alan Berwick. Turners Falls, 1979. (Ref. no. car122)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Community visit to the “Abode of the Message” center at a time of increased networking between local spiritual communities. Upstate New York, 1989. (Ref. no. car123)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Morning meditation at the 2001 Center. Gill, 1981. (Ref. no. car124)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Renaissance Greeting Card. Marilyn Dowling and Melvin Weiner. 1978. (Ref. no. car125)
Country Western outfits popular with Michael’s entourage. Guy Pollard, Doug Edson, Michael Rapunzel, unidentified. Gill, 1979. (Ref. no. car126)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Renaissance Community group shot. The Barn. Gill, 1981. (Ref. no. car127)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Saturday Work Day project. Gill, 1983. (Ref. no. car128)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Planting seeds in Community garden. John Charmella, Robin Paris. Gill, 1980. (Ref. no. car129)
Photo by: Daniel Brown

2001 Center/Renaissance Community (part 3)

Nursery outing; kids with Larry Raffel, November, 1976 (Ref. no. bin257)
House eventually belonging to the Edson family, 1983. (Ref. no. bin258)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Greenhouse at Brian McCue’s house, June, 1983. (Ref. no. bin259)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Michael Rapunzel on [unknown] TV talk show, 1977. (Ref. no. bin260)
Photo by: Gary Cohen
Donna Liebmann performing at local festival on land, 1977. (Ref. no. bin261)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Michael Rapunzel and Steven Greenwald’s house under construction, August, 1979. (Ref. no. bin262)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Noble Feast interior. Turners Falls, 1978. (Ref. no. bin263)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Construction detail of Michael’s house, 1980. (Ref. no. bin264)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Frog Hunters at the swimming hole. Ariel Brown and Zach Vaughn, July, 1983. (Ref. no. bin265)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Jim Sullivan, 1979. (Ref. no. bin266)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Noble Feast exterior. Turners Falls, 1977. (Ref. no. bin267)
Photo by: Gary Cohen
Greenhouse interior at Brian McCue’s house. June, 1983. (Ref. no. bin268)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Long view of the Lodge. June, 1981. (Ref. no. bin269)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
View of the Warwick house. House in rear is on the site of the former Dorm. Warwick, 1988. (Ref. no. bin270)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Swimming hole at 2001 Center. August, 1982. (Ref. no. bin271)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Gladiolas in bloom near McCue house. July, 1982. (Ref. no. bin272)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Frog Hunters in action. Ariel Brown, Crymson Sullivan, Krishna Lennon. May, 1982. (Ref. no. bin273)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Andrew Bush and friend. June 1983. (Ref. no. bin274)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Working in the garden between Michael and McCue houses. June, 1982. (Ref. no. bin275)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
McCue’s house. June, 1983. (Ref. no. bin276)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
View of Marilyn Dowling’s garden between Michael and McCue houses. June, 1983 (Ref. no. bin277)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Renaissance members celebrating at Getting to the Same Place festival. New Hampshire, May, 1979. (Ref. no. bin278)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
ICRY [Inner-City Roundtable of Youth], New York City street gang organization gathering at Lodge, 1981. (Ref. no. bin279)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Alan Harris in Punk-phase, Marilyn Dowling outside the Barn, 1982. (Ref. no. bin280)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
2001 Center cornfield, 1981. (Ref. no. bin281)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Frolic by the swimming hole. May, 1982. (Ref. no. bin282)
Photo by: Daniel Brown

2001 Center/Renaissance Community (part 4)

The Lodge, 1982. (Ref. no. bin283)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
McCue house. August, 1983. (Ref. no. bin284)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Peter and Eileen Caddy, founders of Findhorn Community, with Michael Rapunzel. The Lodge, June, 1976. (Ref. no. bin285)
The Barn, 1981. (Ref. no. bin286)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Doug Edson, 1979. (Ref. no. bin287)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Barn construction with Steve Miller, 1980. (Ref. no. bin288)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Marilyn Dowling working on Michael’s house, 1979. (Ref. no. bin289)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Woodpile. The Lodge was heated by a wood furnace. May, 1979. (Ref. no. bin290)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Meeting on the ridge above Lodge. August, 1982. (Ref. no. bin291)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Pumpkin field below Michael’s house. September, 1981. (Ref. no. bin292)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Rocket’s Silver Train bus with Justin Jaquay, 1979. (Ref. no. bin293)
McCue house under construction, 1977. (Ref. no. bin294)
Peter Caddy with Michael Rapunzel before lecture in Theater. Turners Falls, 1979. (Ref. no. bin295)
Margie McClure, Ivan Senior, Betsy Sullivan, Karen Barry, 1981. (Ref. no. bin296)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Mobile Feast food concession at Supersession concert. Renee Fenner, Steve Wolfson. July, 1977 (Ref. no. bin297)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Evening at the swimming hole, 1982. (Ref. no. bin298)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Cornfield in bloom, August 1981. (Ref. no. bin299)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Saturday Work Day project at the Lodge, August, 1982. (Ref. no. bin300)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Cheryl Termo with kids. June, 1983. (Ref. no. bin301)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Renaissance Office in Barn with Sandra Jaquay-Wilson. (Ref. no. bin302)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Tilling the land with Bill Stone on tractor. April, 1983. (Ref. no. bin303)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Class of 1981. (Ref. no. bin304)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Garden scene, 1983. (Ref. no. bin305)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Sunday morning at the Lodge. Debby Stone, Bill and Monica Grabin, 1979. (Ref. no. bin306)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Barn under construction, 1979. (Ref. no. bin307)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Renaissance Greeting Cards booth at trade show with Melvin Weiner. New York City, 1979. (Ref. no. bin308)
Photo by: Daniel Brown

2001 Center/Renaissance Community (part 5)

Silver Screen Design office with Ruth Miller and Margie McClure. Turners Falls, 1979. (Ref. no. bin309)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Joanne Santos with goats, June, 1983. (Ref. no. bin310)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
May Ristich, Robin Paris, Gale Jensen, 1983. (Ref. no. bin311)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Emily Babbitt and May Ristich. June, 1983. (Ref. no. bin312)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Findhorn founder, Dorothy McLean lecturing in Theater with Bill Grabin. Turners Falls, 1978. (Ref. no. bin313)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Cheryl Termo, business manager of Silver Screen Design. Turners Falls, 1983. (Ref. no. bin314)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Digging out the swimming hole. Lois Sellers and Michael Rapunzel, 1981. (Ref. no. bin315)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Kids at the Lodge; Lamia Holland, Zach Vaughn, Elka Holland. September, 1982. (Ref. no. bin316)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Renaissance Painters working in Roxbury, Mass. housing project. Spencer Liebmann and Renee Fenner. December, 1977. (Ref. no. bin317)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Debby Edson with newborn Daniel and unidentified, 1982. (Ref. no. bin318)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Lois Sellers working on the Barn, 1981. (Ref. no. bin319)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Steve Greenwald working on his house, 1979. (Ref. no. bin320)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Concert at Unity Park. Turners Falls, 1978. (Ref. no. bin321)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Laura Berg, Chris Garland, Melvin Weiner. Supersession concert, New Hampshire. July, 1977. (Ref. no. bin322)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
(Ref. no. bin323)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Irene and Eleanor Berwick in the garden. July, 1982. (Ref. no. bin324)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Nursery kids at the Lodge. August, 1980. (Ref. no. bin325)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Theater after meditation. Linda Ladd, John Charmella, Cheryl Termo with Che. Turners Falls, December, 1977. (Ref. no. bin326)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Noble Feast salad crew. Unidentified, Jane Harris, Rena Saperstein. Turners Falls, May 1979. (Ref. no. bin327)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Mobile Feast food concession. June 1979. (Ref. no. bin328)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Kids at festival on land, August, 1977. (Ref. no. bin329)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Annie Charest and Randy Tuttle, 1981. (Ref. no. bin330)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Logging crew, 1980. (Ref. no. bin331)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Wedding of Debby and Doug Edson. July, 1981. (Ref. no. bin332)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Robin Paris and May Ristich. August, 1979. (Ref. no. bin333)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Marvin and Kathy Murphy-Moss with Luke, 1979. (Ref. no. bin334)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Misty Barn. June, 1979. (Ref. no. bin335)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Saturday Work Day project cutting wood . June, 1983. (Ref. no. bin336)
Photo by: Daniel Brown
Marilyn Dowling preparing greenhouse at McCue house. March, 1983. (Ref. no. bin337)
Photo by: Daniel Brown

Center for Community Access Television (Amherst, Mass.)

Center for Community Access Television Records, 1973-1989.
1 box (0.5 linear feet).
Call no.: MS 293

Group comprised of students from the University of Massachusetts and community members who sought to develop and promote cultural, literary, charitable, educational and public affairs television programming. Records include by-laws, articles of organization, organizational histories, annual reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, program schedules, subject files, brochures, handbills, news clippings, and materials relating to a proposed merger with University of Massachusetts Cable Vision. In 1989, CCATV was renamed Amherst Community Television (ACT).

Subjects
  • Amherst (Mass.)--Intellectual life--20th century
  • Cable television--Massachusetts--Amherst--History
  • Public-access television--Massachusetts--Amherst--History
  • Television programs--Massachusetts--Amherst--History
Contributors
  • Center for Community Access Television (Amherst, Mass.)
Types of material
  • Handbills
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