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Class, gender, and philanthropy in the New York Society of Decorative Art, 1877-1902
The New York Society of Decorative Art (1877–1902) was founded in the years following the American Civil War to assist women in need by offering art needlework and other handicraft classes in the hopes that this education ...
Aerospace equipment suppliers in WNY: Local business environment assessment and industrial linkages
This dissertation examines the factors that influenced the locational decisions of Western New York aerospace equipment manufacturing companies and explores the reasons that are anchoring these companies to the region. ...
Using GIS to implement geographic methods for hospital location: An emergency management case study in the village of Gowanda, N.Y.
In post-disaster locations, it is often necessary to re-locate damaged infrastructure to promote more pro-active planning. The Village of Gowanda, New York, experienced a disastrous flood in August 2009. Properties were ...
A GIS based modeling approach for calculating the electricity generation potential of building integrated photovoltaics at the town scale: A case study of Amherst, New York
This thesis investigates the electricity generation potential of widespread implementation of building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) onto the roof space of buildings in Amherst, New York. The modeling of electricity ...
The untold story of Roycroft women
This dissertation explores the untold history of the original and contemporary women associated with the Roycroft of East Aurora, New York, bringing to light some of the historic and still existing issues plaguing women's ...