SUNY Maritime College Yearbooks, 1922-2019
Contents of Collection
This collection consists of yearbooks published for the graduating classes of SUNY Maritime College from 1922 through 2016. Yearbooks were not published prior to 1922 nor from 1924-1938. In 1951 there was no graduating class and yearbooks have not been located for the years 1997, 2001, 2002 and 2005 (it's possible they may not have been published those years).
A typical yearbook includes a listing of that year's graduating class (usually with photographs), as well as highlights from that year's school activities. These books also include information regarding the faculty and staff at the college.
- 1922 - 2019
- State University of New York Maritime College (Organization)
Language of Materials
Materials are in English
Conditions Governing Access
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Conditions Governing Use
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SUNY Maritime College was founded in 1874 as the New York Nautical School and changed names several times over the years. Originally a two year program for boys as young as high school age, it gradually evolved to become a four year college with full academic offerings, affiliating with the State University of New York in 1949.
1873 – 1913: New York Nautical School
- 1913 – 1929: New York State Nautical School
- 1929 – 1941: New York State Merchant Marine Academy
- 1941 – 1949: New York State Maritime Academy
- 1949 – present: State University of New York Maritime College
9.25 Linear Feet
Arrangement of Materials
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Yearbooks have been collected over the years, and continue to be accessioned as they are published.
- SUNY Maritime College Yearbooks, 1922-2019
- Jannette D'Esposito
- September 2017
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Code for undetermined script