|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|Academic Affairs||MC2009/97a-d |
Materials from the Office of Academic Affairs transferred to the Archives July 2009.
|Academic Policies, Faculty Minutes, Kintner: Education and Professional Programs Division ||MC2003/131 file#3 |
Academic Policies: 1920-1925.
Minutes of faculty meetings where policies regarding tardiness, absences, grading, credit hours, credit points, and incompletes were discussed. Dated 23 November 1920-6 November 1923.
Edward Kintner's handwritten notes from faculty meeting when he was faculty secretary, dated 15 December 1925.
Many other materials
|Adams, Professor James R. C.||MC2011/102 ||Professor James R. C. Adams gives a presentation on the topic of "19th Century Art." |
|Advancement: Fundraising||MC2009/141a-j |
A variety of funds and societies and fundraising events, including The Annual Fund 2008 as well as plans for the Science Center and Union renovation material as part of "the Next Step" campaign. Information for the President's Circle 2008. Stanley J. Gilbert, '66 piano dedication.
|Albaugh, H. P.||MC2002/104c ||Photo and description of presidency. Copy of newspaper article describing career following service at Manchester College. |
|Alford, Steve||MC2002/104b |
Steve Alford: Biographical information, family photos, promotional cards, material from the "Community Awards Banquet, 2005," articles, and other material.
|Alford, Steve: Poster, Friendly Spoof ||MC2009/71-SP:Sports ||Posters: Spoofs on Steve Alford. See MC2009/71 File Folder MC2009/71-SP:Sports, then MC2009/71-SP,alfordspoof and MC2009/71-SP,alfordspoof2. |
|Alumni Days and Alumni Reunions ||MC2007/149 |
Gladys Dickey's "Manchester College" was first sung at the joint program of the Lincoln and Adelphian literary societies, May 18, 1912.
"The Alumni Song" was written by Miss Lucile Klinger of Wabash, Indiana in the spring of 1917.
|Art Department: Shows, Weaver and Bruce and Photographs||Large Box 127 |
Show: Art show news clippings and schedules.
"Brothers" Memories and Impressions," Larry Weaver and Ron Weaver (MC alumni).
Manchester Junior High School show in union at MC, including Jed Bruce.
Photographs: Two art show photographs and one art workshop (for older women) photo.
|Artist Lecture Series: Seating Documentation||MC2007/51 ||Seating Documentation and performance listings for Artist Lecture Series circa 1982 through April 1990. One seating chart, undated. One 12 November 1988 payment receipt to the Joseph Holmes Dance Theatre. |
|Athletic Department||Photograph Box 2, File Folder #6 |
Photographs of Coaches:
- 1957 Coaches
- Color photograph of "Coaches of the Year."
|Audio Recording: Men's Discussion Group, Debate Group, Radio Program||MC2011/52 |
Section One - Male Student Discussion:
The recording begins with some type of discussion group. The facilitator initiates conversation and the talk is of joining the military and of sports.
Section Two - Presentations
Female students present viewpoints about the middle east, Nassar and the Arab Nations, and the Suez Canal.
Section Three - Radio Program - WJR the Goodwill Station, with the announcer, Johnny Russell
|Aungst, Ronald||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Aungst, Ronald ||Material related to Ronald Aungst, Speech and Drama. |
|Aurora Financial Records||Aurora: Information |
For 1934 - 1937 .Aurora Financial Records see MC2007/137.
For Aurora Budget Records see MC2002/19.
For Aurora, see also: Oak Leaves 29 September 1960 p.1; 16 April 1964 p.2; 23 April 1964 p.1; 30 April 1964 p.1; 13 May 1965 p.1; 9 May 1991, p.1.
|Aurora Photographs: BACCHUS||BACCHUS: Information and Photograph |
BACCHUS: Boost Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of University Students.
BACCHUS: See also: Aurora 1996 ed. p.12.
See BACCHUS Aurora photographs in MC2004/408.
|Ball State University and Manchester College||MC General File: Ball State ||Historical relationship with Manchester College, a theory. |
|Basketball, Men's, Hoosier Conference Champion 1954: Photograph, Program Book||MC2007/224 |
Hoosier College Conference Champion 1954 photo on program for Manchester Spartans vs. Huntington Forresters, December 4, 1954 game. The "Wolfmen" defending their title. Includes player statistics for 1953-54.
1. One program book with vignettes of players and coach.
|Basketball, Mens, Hoosier Conference Champs 1953 - 1954: Photograph||MC2004/632 |
Hoosier Conference Champs 1953 - 1954 photograph with the identified players and coach.
|Basketball, Women's: Photographs||Photo Box 4c |
1983 - 1984 Women's Basketball photographs - including team photograph, court shots and Jill Corey #30.
|Batzka, Steve||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Batzka, Steve ||Material related to Steve Batzka, Art Department. |
|Boebel, Charles||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Boebel, Charles ||Material related to Charles Boebel, English. |
|Boebel, Dagny||MC General File:Faculty, New, Boebel, Dagny |
From the fact sheet, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Dagny Boebel has been appointed to a full-time teaching post in the English Department. In addition to her part-time teaching at Manchester College she has also taught at Luther College and Purdue University. She holds degrees from the latter two institutions and from California Polytechnic University.
|Boebel, Dagny||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Boebel, Dagny |
Material related to Professor Dagny Boebel.
|Book, Bruce||MC2002/155 |
- The original, signed contract for Professor Book's first year of teaching at Manchester (1900-1901), with the original envelope. An additional short memo from R.C. Hollinger (Secretary of the Executive Committee) is included, detailing a misunderstanding about whether his contract provides a salary plus board or a salary plus room and board.
|Boy Scouts: Photographs||MC2011/121 |
Photographs of boy scouts and scouting activities.
|Brethren Historical Collection, Museum, Archives and African Art Collection||MC2011/133 ||The papers pertaining to the creation of the campus Museum, the Brethren Historical Collection, the African Art Collection, and the Archives, including the move of the Museum to the North Manchester Center for History. |
|Brittain, Robert||MC General File: Faculty, New, Brittain, Robert ||From the fact sheet, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Robert Brittain will teach argumentation. His degrees are from Indiana University. He has taught English and directed forensics at Columbia City Joint High School. |
|Campus Lawn, Student Couple, Studying in Saddle Shoes: Photograph||See Photo Box B: Saddle Shoes, Campus Lawn. ||Male/Female student studying on campus lawn. The girl is wearing bobby socks and saddle shoes. |
|CASE||MC2010/53: Folder, Miscellaneous Assortment, CASE |
CASE at Manchester College, newspaper article and special merit award, 1982 Mindpower Campaign. CASE stands for Council for Advancement and Support of Education.
|Cassel: Family History||MC2011/120 |
One periodical entitled, "Mennonite Family History," Volume XII, Number 1, January 1993. This publication was probably kept by Archivist, Ferne Baldwin. A special note is made about the article, "The Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, Cassel Family," by Mary Cassel Case. This article traces the ancestors of Benjamin and Maria Cassel, who were married in Montgomery County, Ohio, 1861, who both had the surname "Cassel."
|Cawood, Carl: Fundraising Records||MC2004/360 ||Carl Cawood's records of field calls, dated 1987. |
|Centennial: Robert Neff and President Emeritus Helman at Founder's Day Convocation||MC2009/182 ||Photograph of President Robert Neff (Juniata College) and President Emeritus Helman at the Founder's Day Convocation. |
|Chapel vs. Convocation||MC2010/32a,b |
Change in name from "Chapel to Convocation."
Correspondence between Robert Mock, Director of Religious Life, and President Helman and Dr. Bollinger regarding, "Developing Concerns Regarding the Role of the Christian Faith and the Director of Religious Life on Manchester College Campus."
|Childhood Narrative: Speech and Communication||MC2011/85 ||The narrator describes stages of childhood and lighthearted music is interposed. This might have been the audio for a slide show. Listening to the music one might think this was recorded in the 1950s or 1960s. |
|Church of the Brethren: Publications, Peace||MC2009/144a-f |
Miscellaneous Church of the Brethren Related Pamphlets and Articles on Peace and conscientious objection.
|Civilian Public Service ||1943 Aurora ||1943 Aurora pages dedicated to featuring how "Manchester Serves." Featured are "Civilian Public Service," "Manchester's Reserves," "Physical Fitness," "Armed Forces," "Service Council" and a closing, "We Are Thankful." |
|Civilian Public Service (CPS) Identification card||MC2003/334 ||Civilian Public Service Identification Card. |
|Civilian Public Service Collection||MC2003/33 ||Brethren Service Committee pamphlets and other publications. |
|Civilian Public Service Newspaper Articles||MC2004/352 |
Civilian Public Service (CPS) clippings collection.
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Bedford Letters, Garver Papers||MC2004/70 ||Letters to the Editor of The Bedford Bulletin |
|Civilian Public Service: Vetter Material, Garver Papers||MC2003/337 ||"Dictates of Conscience" by Herbert F. Vetter, Jr. |
|Civilian Public Service: Barnard Collection||MC2006/33 ||Dale Barnard Collection. |
|Civilian Public Service: BCPS Memo, Garver Papers||MC2004/71 ||BCPS Memo. |
|Civilian Public Service: Brethren Service Committee, Garver Papers||MC2003/344 |
"Proposed Section for Alternative Service," "Brethren Service Committee Meeting Agenda," "General Statement on Civilian Public Service by Brethren Service Committee," News of Brethren Service v.1:1 (September 1945), "Some Facts and Figures on Brethren Service Relief Goods," "Some Facts and Figures on Brethren Service," "Comparative Statement of Receipts and Disbursements of Brethren Service Committee [April 23 1945]," "Minutes of Brethren Service Committee [June 6 1944],"
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Bedford, Garver Papers||MC2003/343 |
Correspondence regarding dance instruction controversy, "Concerns to Be Presented to BSC," correspondence between Earl Garver and Eldon Burke regarding monograph on Puerto Rico, collection of letters to the editor of The Bedford Bulletin and The Bedford Democrat regarding Camp Bedford, "Organization of Camp Bedford Government," "Qualifications for the Assistant Directorship," "Campers at Lyndhurst July 17, 1943"
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Personnel, Garver Papers ||MC2003/341 ||Some material might be confidential. CPS related personnel materials. |
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Wellston Articles, Garver Papers||MC2003/339 ||Camp Wellston Article Collection. |
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Wellston Music Program, Garver ||MC2004/74 ||Information regarding the music program at CPS Camp Wellston. |
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Wellston Reunion, Garver Papers||2004/67 ||Camp Wellston reunion. |
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Wellston, Garver Papers||MC2003/342 ||Camp Wellston Material from the Earl Garver Papers. |
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Wellston, Men's Work, Garver Papers||MC2004/72 ||Brethren Men's Work at Camp Wellston. |
|Civilian Public Service: Civilian Public Service Camp Publications, Garver Papers||MC2003/338 |
CPS camp publications. Starvation experiment.
For updates about the starvation experiment review the 1945 issues of the Gospel Messenger.
|Civilian Public Service: Correspondence, Garver Papers||MC2003/340 |
Garver papers, correspondence. Some material might be confidential.
|Civilian Public Service: Correspondence, Garver Papers||MC2003/331 ||Civilian Public Service correspondence. |
|Civilian Public Service: Demobilization, Garver Papers||MC2004/78 ||Demobilization: Puidoux Theological Conference Materials |
|Civilian Public Service: Directors' Conference, Garver Papers||MC2004/59 ||Garver papers, directors' conference. |
|Civilian Public Service: Disciplines for Pacifism, Garver Papers||MC2004/80 ||"Disciplines Necessary for Pacifist Living in CPS." |
|Civilian Public Service: Elgin Conference, Garver Papers||MC2004/68 ||Elgin administrative conference. |
|Civilian Public Service: Industrial Relations, Garver Papers||MC2003/332 ||Industrial relations. |
|Civilian Public Service: Kunkel Material, Garver Papers||MC2003/336 ||"Farewell to CPS" by Warren Kunkel, from the Garver Papers. |
|Civilian Public Service: Leadership, Garver Papers||MC2004/81 ||Garver papers, leadership in CPS. |
|Civilian Public Service: Orientation Material, Garver Papers||MC2003/335 ||Civilian Public Service Orientation Materials from the Garver Papers. |
|Civilian Public Service: Pine Tree Project, Garver Papers||MC2004/82 ||Pine Tree Project budget report. |
|Civilian Public Service: Puerto Rico, Garver Papers||MC2004/69 ||CPS: Puerto Rico. |
|Civilian Public Service: Transfers, Garver Papers||MC2004/60 ||Transfers of CPS'ers from camp to camp. |
|Class Photograph,1922||MC2010/59 ||Commencement Photograph 1922. |
|Class Schedules||MC2004/502 ||Class schedules from 1928-2003. |
|Class Schedules (Summer Term)||MC2002/330 |
Summer Term Schedule of Courses Collection 1943-1981.
See Also: The News-Journal, 11 April 1960.
|College Museum Collection||MC2003/102 |
|File 1||Artist/Lecture Series brochures|
|File 2||Artist/Lecture Series schedules & programs|
|File 3||Artist/Lecture Series posters|
|File 4||Artist/Lecture Series transcripts 1932-1989|
|File 5||Graduate Program materials|
|File 6||Homecoming materials (moved to Small Box 32)|
|File 7||A. Blair Helman materials|
|File 8||May Day programs 1955-68|
|File 9||Manchester College Open House (at Honeywell Center in 1976)|
|File 10||Museum material - REMOVED from Large Box 162 and put in large "Museum" box. |
|File 11||January Term brochures, 1978-85 (moved to Large Box 79)|
|File 12||MC Parent (newsletter)|
|File 13||Mount Morris College booklets (moved to Mount Morris College Cabinet)|
|File 14||Faculty & student recital programs (moved to Music Cabinet file drawer under Recitals)|
|File 15||"Messiah" programs (moved to Music Cabinet file drawer filed with Messiah)|
|File 16||Various music programs (moved to Music Cabinet file drawer filed under Programs)|
|File 17 ||Faculty Recitals: Debora De Witt, 1992, Robert Jones and Debora De Witt, 1992, Robert Jones and Gary Deavel, 1982, Robert Jones, Gary Deavel, 1969. (Music Filing Cabinet file drawer under Recitals). |
Communinet [Conference and Communications Coalition of Wabash County].
|Conscientious Objection||MC General File: Conscientious Objection |
This file includes a wide variety of materials related to conscientious objection including tax resistance, draft counseling, and peace related events.
See also: Civilian Public Service; Conscientious Objection Citations in the Gospel Messenger; Compulsory Military service; Convocations Cassettes Collection Tape 513 (21 April 1997); Selective Service System.
|Conscientious Objection||Conscientious Objection: Additional Information |
- Civilian Public Service Bibliography; Committees-Postwar Planning; Conscientious Objection; Manchester College Bulletin of the Peace Studies Institute v.27 (1997); Memorabilia; Relief and Rehabilitation; Wartime
- Karl Kime, Supreme Court transcripts BC2007/7 located in the Brethren People file and videotaped interview MC2008/06.
|Conscientious Objection, Leachman and Lugar: Photograph||MC2008/87 |
Photograph of James Leachman and U.S. Senator, Dick Lugar, December 4, 1982, as well Richard Lugar as an 1983-84 Artist/Lecturer.
|Conscientious Objection: Military Law Reporter||MC2008/08 ||Military Law Reporter, Volume 2, Number 6, November - December 1974. |
|Conscientious Objection: Student information.||MC2002/296 |
Card for each student serving in the military or in civilian public service during World War II. Information includes name, rank, address (while in service), class or graduation year, discharge date, killed in action date where applicable.
|Conscientious Objection: Indianapolis Area Draft - GI Center - Partly Restricted||MC2008/85 ||Indianapolis Area Draft - GI Center. |
|Conscientious Objection: Leachman, James||MC General File: Conscientious Objection ||Conscientious Objection: James Leachman. |
|Conscientious Objection: Draft Counselor's Kit||MC2007/156 |
Conscientious Objection: Draft Counselor's Kit
|Conscientious Objector in America Poster||MC2004/156 |
Conscientious objector poster. Poster entitled "The Conscientious Objector in America." Shows 6003 CO's and their locations as of March 4, 1943, plus other statistics. Back side shows locations of CPS camps across the United States.
|Conscientious Objector: Experiments On||MC2004/197 ||Article from unknown newspaper that outlines experiments on conscientious objectors during World War II. Fatigue, starvation, and other experiments are briefly described. Photo of participant in starvation experiment is included. |
|Conscientious Objector: Murray, Don||Large Box 119 ||"A Man Who Refused to Kill," by Kirtley Baskette, 1957 article from "Redbook," about the actor and conscientious objector, Don Murray [MC2003/333]. |
|Conscientious Objector: Starvation Experiments||Large Box 119 |
"Men Starve in Minnesota, Conscientious Objectors Volunteer For Strict Hunger Tests To Study Europe's Food Problem," article in unknown publication with large photographs. Shown are Samuel Legg, Edward Cowles, James Plaugher and Dr. Ancel Keys [MC2003/333].
For updates about the starvation experiment review the 1945 issues of the Gospel Messenger.
|Conscientious Objectors: Virginia Keller Interviews||MC2008/06 |
This collection contains all the paper documents and audio tape of interviews with Manchester Graduates and former Manchester students who served in Civilian Public Service in the late 1940s.
|Convocation #110b: Discussion Day, The Reagan Administration's Economic Programs, Part Two, 1981||Convocation #110b: Discussion Day, The Reagan Administration's Economic Programs, 1981 ||Discussion Day, 20 October 1981, tape number two. The topic is the Reagan Administration's Economic Programs. |
|Convocation #146b: Jones, Dr. Sam Jr., 1983||Convocation #146b: Jones, Dr. Sam Jr., 1983 ||1969 Social Worker of the Year recipient, Dr. Sam Jones, Jr., speaks on "The High Cost of Maintaining Two Societies," on 14 March 1983. |
|Convocation #187: Wu, Wenzhong, "A Perspective on Life Within New China" ||Convocation #187: Wu, Wenzhong, 1985 ||Wenzhong Wu delivers the talk, "A Perspective on Life Within New China," on 4 February 1985. At the time of the address Wu was a citizen of the People's Repulic of China was on a two year teaching exchange program. |
|Convocation #24: West, Phil, "The Future of Sino-American Relations"||MC2011/45 ||Manchester College Alumnus (1960), Dr. Phillip West. Specialist in Chinese History. "The Future of Sino-American Relations." This speech was delivered on 4/26/76. |
|Convocation #27: Cotton, Elizabeth||MC2011/20, Convocation Tape #27 ||Elizabeth Cotton C, composer of "Freight Train." One of the country's top Folk Blues guitarist presents a convocation at Manchester College. |
|Convocation #30: Aronson, "Jewish Value in Song"||MC2011/14 ||A convocation presentation by Joe and Penny Aronson," Jewish Value in Song," 2 December 1976. |
|Convocation #54: Jackson, Colin, "The World in Crisis"||MC2011/32, Convocation # 54 ||Colin Jackson presentation, "The World in Crisis," dated 2 November 1978. |
|Convocation #56: Hartman, Ken||MC2011/26 |
This convocation tape is labeled, Ken Hartman, Convo of 10/27/1978. He talks of life design and career decision making.
See Also: Convocation cassette tapes #56 for the same presentation.
|Convocation #76: Gordon, Sol||Convocation Tape #76: Gordon, Sol ||Dr. Sol Gordon speaks on sexual issues in this convocation presentation on 21 April 1980. |
|Convocation #84: West, Marty Smeltzer, "One Woman's Journey into the Legal Profession"||MC2011/51 |
Social Science Festival Speaker
Marty Smeltzer West is the third and final speaker for the convocation Social Science series. Marty was a student at Manchester from 1963 - 1965. She talks about, "One Woman's Journey into the Legal Profession," and "Confrontation with Choice." One reel-to-reel tape and two CD's, each recording portions of Ms. West's presentation. We as women are faced with too many choices, too many different roles we are asked to play and that we want to play. The solution is to confront choices and make new societal structures as we go through changes in roles and life patterns that are inevitable for all of us.
Professor Colburn (Psychology), introduces Ms. West.
|Convocation: Harris, Sydney, "On the Topic of Communication"||MC2011/25 ||Author and newspaper columnist, Sydney Harris talks about "Communication" during convocation. He previously spoke here in 1965. He started as a reporter for the Chicago Herald and Examiner. In 1941, Mr. Harris began work at the Chicago Daily News, In 1944, he began his personal column. Author of, "For the Time Being," and The Authentic Person." The talk was given prior to December 1986. |
|Cordier, Dorothy: Memorial Service 1972, audio on CD-R||MC2011/5 ||Dorothy Cordier is the wife of Andrew Cordier. Both individual sare Manchester College alumna. The original recording of her memorial service was recorded on AMPEX tape. This tape was digitized by Stan Pittman's department in 2010. |
|Courtship and Marriage||MC General File: Courtship ||Courtship: "Courtship & Marriage Conference," led by Evelyn Millis Duvall, Ph.D., 1955. |
|Cunningham, Joseph: Photograph Collection||MC2004/725 |
|1||Group photo of Lincoln Society, taken on 14 March 1903. Cunningham is seated in middle of front row. Many of the other students are also identified.|
|2||Group photo of baseball team of 1904. Cunningham is in back row, third from left. Willard Burrous is in back row, far left.|
|3-4||Group photo of basketball team of 1903-04. Cunningham is in middle row, far right. Willard Burrous is in middle row, far left.|
Also See: MC2004/3 Joseph Cunningham in the Earl E. Lichtenwalter Photograph Collection
|Deavel, R. Gary||Digital Media Cabinet ||Organ dedication featuring Gary Deavel and the orchestra. |
|Debate: Schedule, 1930||MC2007/124 |
Debate Schedule, 1930
|Dolby, Mattie Cunningham||MC2002/95 |
Dolby, Mattie Cunningham. She and her brother, Joseph, were the first African-American students at Manchester College. One of the first female ministers in the Church of the Brethren.
Alumni Card for Mattie Cunningham Dolby MC2004/689.
See granting of petition to drop "Christian Evidences" in Faculty Minutes 1900, MC2009/100a.
"The Brethren Encyclopedia."
|Dress: Standards||MC General File: Dress Code ||Dressing standards for faculty/staff at Manchester College. |
|Faculty/Staff Photographs: Presidents||MC2008/65 |
Not all of the president's photographs are included in this collection:
- Six photos of Parker Marden.
- Robinson receiving President's seal from Helman.
- Groundbreaking ceremony with Presidents Robinson, Helman and Butterbaugh.
- President Edgar C. Butterbaugh, 1993 - 1994.
- L. D. Ikenberry and his wife and daughters.
- President Howe.
- President H. P. Albaugh.
|Fahs, Eldon Eugene: Files||Vault: Filing Cabinet Drawer 2 ||Materials belonging to Eldon E. Fahs who served the college from 1964 forward, through the department of Education, and as Registrar, Treasurer, Business Manager, Assistant to the President and as Vice-President. |
|Financial Records of Manchester College||MC2007/137 |
Financial records of the college, college classes, college student groups and organizations.
Alice King Ebey: Handwritten record of income and expenses for the college including student/faculty/staff accounts. Alice King is included, see: July 7, to December 12, 1898, Alice King 7/16/1898).
Clubs, societies and organizations: Account books for various clubs and organizations. Aurora, College Quartet, Lincoln Adelphia Treasurer's Book, Philalethea Cash Books, Phronia Lethea, Physics (Sigma Pi Sigma), Rhetoria - Mathea or Mathea Rhetoria Society, Science Club, Service Fellowship, Sociology Club, Tau Kappa Alpha Journal of Finances, Y.M.C.A. records for 1930 - 1931, and Women's Glee Club receipt books. Deputation Work at Manchester College 1945 - 1946: Receipts, expenditures and reports by Bill Eberly.
|Finnell, Loren: Autobiography||MC2011/200 |
Recipient of the Sargent Shriver Award by the National Peace Corps Association, and an honorary doctorate from Manchester College, Loren Finnell is a member of the Manchester College Class of 1964.
He composed a draft of a autobiography entitled, "Still a County Boy.....After having been around the world a couple of times, The memoirs of Loren Finnell." In this manuscript Loren relates his experience at Manchester College, including a clandestine trip to Washington, D.C. for a "Ban the Bomb" demonstration.
|Food Service: The Oaks||MC2009/120 |
Newspaper article: "New Oaks Sets Collegiate Atmosphere."
|Football: History of Manchester College and Ball State ||MC2010/196 |
A football history composed by Archivist, Ferne Baldwin, that tells the story behind Manchester College, and rival, Ball State. Also included are the heroic efforts of student, Bob Brandon.
|Forensics ||MC1001/110 |
General information relating to Forensics. This material remains unsorted.
|Forensics and Debate||MC2010/173a,b,c,d |
MC2010/173a: The history of Debate at Manchester College by Dr. Larry Underberg. Other materials include Forensices-Debate History lists of members taken from yearbooks 1910 - 1983
MC2010/173b: An article about a triangular inter-collegiate debate between Goshen College, Mr. Morris College and Manchester College, from the "Oak Leaves." (undated)
MC2010/173c: Department of Communication Studies and Manchester Forensics Union recognize Gary B. Moughler, Kirby Van Vliet, Daniet M. Nickels, Sarah B. Ladd and Amy Graber, for outstanding performance in Public Address, November 1994. Department of Communication Studies and Manchester Forensics Union recognize Lejla Kucukalic, Sami Bradfield and Jen Patterson for outstanding performance in Public Address, 1995.
MC2010/173d: Evaluation forms and guidelines for oral interpretation and debate.
|Forensics: Awards, 1949-1950||MC2011/205 |
Tau Kappa Alpha Ritual, a booklet published by the National Office, May, 1949.
Tay Kappa Alpha order blank, 1949.
TKA Chapter postcard addressed to Professor Paul Keller regarding nominations for national officers.
Speech Awards for 1949-1950.
|Forensics: Logos||MC2008/42 ||Two copies of Forensics logo, one in black and white and the other black and white in reverse. |
|Forensics: Memorabilia||MC2004/245 ||Copies of Forensics Award Certificates dated 1993-1994. |
|Forensics: Memorabilia||MC2004/483 |
Leona Klooster Debate Team Memorabilia
|Forensics: News Releases||MC2004/87 ||Forensics news releases for debate, 1958-1989. |
|Funderburg Library Dedication 1966 and Homecoming Event||MC2010/177 ||Newspaper articles about the dedication of Funderburg Library and the October 1966 Homecoming event. |
|Fundraising by Decade/Campaign: College Gymnasium, 1926 ||MC2009/110 ||1926 newspaper spread announces the need for a new gym and fundraising plans. Andrew Cordier chairs the fundraising committee. The basketball team is featured and the entire campus is highlighted in a spread on the verso. |
|Garver, Earl S.||MC2004/66 ||Earl Garver: "The Church Under Persecution." San Jose Conference. |
|Gilbert, Arthur||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Gilbert, Arthur |
Material related to Arthur Gilbert, Social Sciences, Economics and Business.
|Graduating Students, Manchester College: Panoramic Photograph, 1922||MC2011/178 ||This picture's year will be able to be identified by the women's collars. See Aurora, 1922. More research will be needed to make a positive identification. |
|Graduation Event: Photograph, circa 1920's||MC2011/179 |
This photograph of a graduation event is not titled or dated so one can not be sure if it related to Manchester College or not. It was found with photographs of Manchester College, Mount Morris College and pictures related to the Church of the Brethren. The image was made by "Rickert Studio, Huntington, Indiana," a town close to Manchester College, so therefore could be Manchester College or a related institution. Evidence pointing away from Manchester College comes from the lack of individuals dressed in Brethren garb. There might be one man in a Brethren collar at the back table towards the viewer's left. Manchester College Faculty and Staff are not identifable.
|Graduation Pledge||MC2002/125 |
Graduation Pledge Alliance.
Newspaper clippings and brochures.
MC2004/281: File #15 for informational brochures regarding the Graduation Pledge Alliance.
The Manchester Monitor/ 14 May 2002 p.9; The News-Journal, 8 May 2001 p.8.
|Grant: College Science Improvement Program||MC2003/293 ||College Science Improvement Program |
|Gratz, James||Faculty Staff Boxes: Gratz, James |
Material regarding James Gratz, Practical Arts and Letters, Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
See also: Photo Boxes 11, 12, 13 (combined): Coaches, for James Gratz photographs.
|Groombridge, Lana ||Faculty/Staff: Groombridge, Lana |
Material regarding Lana Groombridge, Practical Arts and Letters, Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
See also: Manchester College Bulletin January 1978 p.3-5; The News-Journal 26 November 2002 p.8B, as well as Lana Groombridge's, Health and Physical Education Department, Clippings Book 1993 - 2006, MC2008/147.
|Hamer, Harriett: Collection||MC2008/169 |
Newspaper article about Professor Boebel's play, "Memory Speaks: North Manchester Celebrates its First 150 Years."
One newspaper article from around 1986 that tells of North Manchester's search for a town slogan.
One personal letter that refers to the Church of the Brethren missionaries, the Dr. Hamers, and gives short vignettes about past Manchester College presidents, including Otho Winger and Professor Crouch and what life was like as a student.
|Harms, Dave||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Harms, Dave ||Material related to Dave Harms, Manchester College head football coach, 2000. |
|Heifer Project ||MC2002/129 |
1 Articles, general information including historical, brochures.
2 Articles, general information including historical, brochures. See Also:
Relief and Rehabilitation; Gospel Messenger articles.
Kermit Eby "Gospel Messenger" article, 1951 including "Faith" the cow and Dan West.
|Heifer Project International||MC2010/80a-e |
This informative DVD/CD combination has pictures of individuals throughout the world who have received livestock from Heifer International as well as pictures of volunteers who have contributed to Heifer International. Also is information about Dan West as well as the Andy Murray songs:
"Cowboy Dan" and "One Person at a Time"
|Heifers for Relief: Photograph||MC2010/175 ||Photograph of heifers taken on the Roger Roop Farm, New Windsor, Maryland, 1945. |
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: Correspondence with officials at other IN colleges, 1957-1965. ||MC2002/2hh ||A. Blair Helman Papers: Indiana Colleges Correspondence Collection. |
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: Tensions in the Church of the Brethren||MC2004/300 |
President Vernon Schwalm's Letter Regarding Tensions in the Church of the Brethren
- Responses to President Schwalm's letter from pastors, district executives, Church of the Brethren College presidents.
|Helman, A. Blair, Myer, James and Neff, Robert: Photograph||MC2008/63 ||A. Blair Helman: Photo with Robert Neff, former COB General Secretary and former President of Juniata College and James Myer, leader of the Brethren Revival Fellowship. Photo circa 1984 - 1985. |
|Helman, A. Blair: Church of the Brethren Central Region Board Reports 1957 - 1965||MC2004/309 ||A. Blair Helman's reports to the Church of the Brethren Central Region Board 1957-1965. |
|Helman, A. Blair: Church of the Brethren General Brotherhood Board||MC2004/301 ||Correspondence and other materials related to the Church of the Brethren General Brotherhood Board, dated 1955-1974. |
|Hicks, Lisa: Photograph||MC2004/542 ||Color photograph of Lisa Hicks with Bobby Knight, IU basketball coach. |
|Holsinger, Clyde W.||Faculty Staff Boxes: Holsinger, Clyde W. |
Material regarding Clyde Holsinger.
See also: Manchester College Bulletin July 1953 p.1; July 1975 p.12; July 1976 p.7.
|Home Economics and Office Administration||MC General File: Home Economics and Office Administration ||Letter from Academic Affairs announcing the discontinuance of the 4-year major in Home Economics and Office Administration as of May 1992. This is a letter to a student informing her that she will need to change her educational plans. |
|Home Management||MC2010/94 |
Photographs: Home Management / Home Economics.
|Homecoming: Bed Race and Science Club Float, Photographs||Photo Box 43 ||Bed Race and Science Club float photographs. |
|How Viable is Capitalism?||Convocation Tape #33b: Lens, Sidney |
How Viable is Capitalism? The presenter speaks on one out of five topics that included
- New Directions in the Labor Movement and
- Socialism for the Rich
- In what sense is business changing?
- What's threatening Capitalism?
|Howe: Roanoke Classical Seminary||MC General File: Faculty/Staff, Howe |
Professor Howe moved Roanoke Classical Seminary to North Manchester. He is considered to be the College's first president.
Manchester College Bulletin, February 1950 p.1.
Oak Leaves, 3 October 1963 p.3, 5; Roanoke Classical Seminary History.
|HPI Living Gift Market: Poster||MC2010/20h ||MC2010/20h; Poster for the HPI Living Gift Market sponsored by North Manchester Area Churches. This poster is part of the larger collection MC2010/20. |
|Hygiene and Practical Cooking||MC2004/684-1, 684-2 ||Brochure from 1900 announcing courses in hygiene and practical cooking and possible signature of A. B. Ulrey. |
|Illegal Activities and Incidents||MC2002/141 |
Illegal Activities Records:
Records, correspondence, articles, reports of studies.
|Jackson, Rev. Jesse: Photographs||Manchester College Bulletin Vol. 61: Number 8, June 1969 ||Rev. Jesse Jackson: Photos from "An Experience in Soul, " March 30 - April 1, event held on campus. |
|Johnson, Onita ||Faculty Staff Boxes: Johnson, Onita ||Material regarding Onita Johnson, Practical Arts and Letters, Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Department Head. |
|Kinter, Edward Collection: Church of the Brethren Materials||MC2004/392 |
Auroras and Church of the Brethren material, from the Edward Kintner Collection, including:
Full Report of the Proceedings of the Brethren's Annual Meeting Held at Bellefontaine, Ohio, June 1-3, 1903. Bulletin from services of dedication of Christianburg [VA] Church of the Brethren (dated 14 December 1958). Minutes of the First Conference of the Church of the Brethren South/Central District of Indiana (dated 31 July 1971). Minutes of Joint Board Meetings of the Middle District of Indiana (dated 1920-1922). Church of the Brethren membership records.
|Labor: Child and Sweatshop||MC General File: Labor, Child and Sweatshop ||Letter of concern about College bookstore purchases, by President Parker Marden. |
|Lehman, Godfriedi (Gottfried): Choral Book, 1712 ||MC2009/93 ||Godfriedi Lehman Choral Book, 1712, hand-copied. From Cassell Library. |
|Lens and WIlkensen, Nuclear Discussion Workshop||Convocation Tape #59d: Lens, Sidney and Wilkensen, Jim, Nuclear Discussion Workshop ||Sidney Lens and Jim Wilkensen of the State Department. Mr. Wilkenson speaks on the social and political implication of nuclear energy. |
|Library News Briefs 1970 and Volumes in the Collection, 1970||MC2010/190a,b |
Library News Briefs, Funderburg Library Volume 4, Number 5, March, 1970. Attached to the briefs is a report showing volumes added to the collection between 1 February 1970 and 2 March 1970.
Another report shows the expansion of volumes from 1 March 1970 to 1 April 1970. Titles of the volumes are also provided.
|Local History: The Indianian, 1899||MC2008/27 ||History, Indiana and Local: The Indianian, 1899; "Historic and Picturesque Indiana - Wabash County," (including a section about Manchester College). |
|Luce, Don: The Global Struggle for Human Rights, 1978||Convocation #55: Luce, Don ||Don Luce presents the convocation, "The Global Struggle for Human Rights," presented 20 November 1978. |
|Manchester College 1953: Religion||MC2010/182 ||"Manchester College, Liberal Arts School Puts Emphasis On Religion," Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, 18 January 1953. A history of Manchester College and the aims and objectives of the institution as seen in 1953. |
|Manchester College and the Church of the Brethren||MC2009/151 |
Church Relations - objectives, resources, and implementation.
|Manchester College and the Church of the Brethren||MC General File: Church of the Brethren |
Manchester College and the Church of the Brethren: Bulletin insert for "Christian College Day."
Manchester College and the Church of the Brethren: Brethren High School Day.
See Also: MC2008/203e Manchester College and the Church of the Brethren, Advancement poster: "Manchester College, A College of the Church of the Brethren, Sustaining and Challenging Students on Their Faith Journeys." Part of the larger collection MC2008/203.
MC2008/203h: "MCO, Manchester Congregational Outreach," brochure located in the MC General File: Congregational Outreach.
|Manchester College Celebrates: Heifer Project International, 1995||MC2007/55 |
Manchester College Celebrates Heifer Project International May 20, 1995.
1. Folder containing assorted preparation, planning and published event materials concerning the 20 May 1995 college celebration of Heifer Project International.
|Manchester College Postcard Collection||MC2004/384 |
Manchester College Postcard Collection including:
|Anna Beahm Mow graduated in 1918 with a BA. She died in 1985.|
|Esther Beahm Hoff graduated in 1921 with a BA.|
|Lola Bechtel Helser graduated in 1919 with a BA. She died in 1986.|
|Daniel Webster Bright was a member of the class of 1917.|
|Don Emerson Bright graduated with a BS in 1952.|
|Lila Brubaker graduated in 1920 with a BA.|
|Esther Eisenbise Beahm graduated in 1918 with a BA. She died in 1984.|
|Fannie Frantz Smith graduated in 1926 with a Normal degree.|
|Ora Hale Yohn graduated in 1919 with a BA.|
|Cora Heestand Fisher graduated in 1919 with a BA. She died in 1969.|
|Ida Metzger graduated in 1919 with a BA. She died in 1980.|
|Cora Miller Stahly was a member of the class of 1900. She died in 1971.|
|Naomi Miller graduated in 1925 with a BA.|
|Trude Mishler Irvin graduated in 1919 with a BA.|
|Ruth Minnich Neher graduated with a BA in 1919.|
|Alma Weddle Studebaker was a member of the class of 1908. She died in 1946.|
|Edith Weybright Huber graduated in 1919 with a BA. She died in 1986.|
|Pearl White Groff Yost was a member of the class of 1915.|
|Nellie Wondergem was a member of the class of 1921.|
Also included are images of a campfire, Chapel building, men preparing to have a footrace, Adelphia society, women's basketball 1919, Glee Club, women eating in unidentified room, Della Lehman, Elsie Miller, Edith Yaney Shafer, student housing, Maypole dance, groups of students, and portraits.
|Manchester College Reconciliation Services (MCRS)||MC2002/196 |
"MCRS is a program designed to help Manchester College students resolve conflicts. With the help of a small, trained listening panel, composed of students and peers, you can settle a dispute. The panel assists while you and the other party share all sides of the conflict and work together to create an acceptable resolution. The resolution is not legally binding, and the entire process is free, voluntary, and confidential." --from a brochure produced by MCRS .
See Also: Photograph #81 in Aurora Photograph Collection 2001, MC2004/408.
|Manchester College: Budgets||MC General File: Budgets |
Manchester College Budgets, information from 1986-87 through 1992-93.
Newspaper articles regarding MC budget, 1975, 1976.
|Manchester College: Historical Movies ||MC2009/147a,b,c |
This collection of historical movies comes from the latter years of Otho Winger's presidency and the early years of Schwalm's. The Archivist believes a clip is from Schwalm's inauguration in the fall of 1941.
Several graduations are documented, one in which Winger hold a lighted candle and lights a candle for each robed student.
Moving pictures of May Days, for at least two years....complete with gymnasts, male tumblers in short-shorts, a funny costumed bull (two people) and bull fighter, dances around the Maypole, the May Day Queen and entourage, and parade.
Camp Mack day showing student and professors arriving/departing by train and playing games and eating at Camp Mack.
Homecoming, including "Blitzkreig on Valpo."
Probably a promotional segment where a veiled young woman visits Manchester College with her mother, father and brother. Their car pulls up next to the tennis courts and they exit the car and walk slowly to the Administration building.
|Manchester College: Older Photographs||MC2011/57 ||Photo album containing 5" x 7" black and white photographs of buildings and scenes on Manchester College Campus. |
|Manchester College: Recording of Memories||MC2011/78 ||Manchester College's present superimposed upon the history of Manchester College's past. This was recorded during Manchester's 90th Anniversary and included faculty and staff emeriti. Some of these individuals had also been students at Manchester College: Max Allen, Professor Emeritus of Art (MC Class of 34), Russell Bollinger (MC Class of 1926), Nettie Leasure, Eldon R. Burke, Professor Emeritus of History and Political Science (MC Class of 1922), T. Wayne Rieman, Professor of Religion and Philosophy, L. W. Shultz (MC Class of 1914). |
|Manchester College: Reports||MC2011/168 |
One report from an unidentified source from January 1961 that talks about the physical plant, the faculty, the curriculum, students and student life and the outlook for the future.
One report: "Report of a Visit to Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana, November 14 - 16, 1972, for the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools."
One report: "Report of a Visit to Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana, April 18 - 20, 1983 for the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
|Manchester College: Statements of Purpose and Objectives||MC2010/117 |
A group of statements about the purpose of Manchester College with a note from Professor Doris B. Garey, English Department, to Professor David Waas, Department of History.
Professor Garey had the idea that some students might apply these statements to their own experience. She writes a paragraph about this idea.
|Mathematical Modeling||MC2011/16 ||An unknown speaker talking on "mathematical modeling" with emphasis on the work of Ray Fulkerson. This symposium highlights the life and work of mathematician, Ray Fulkerson. |
|Media Resource Guides/Speakers' Bureau||MC2002/199 |
Lists, brochures, general information related to the Manchester College Media Resource Guides/Speakers' Bureau developed so that participating Manchetser College faculty could provide current information on a given subject by an expert in the field, and to further the relationship between Manchester Colge and the surrounding communities.
For related material to Media Resource Guides/Speakers' Bureau see, Manchester Institute.
|Memories of Manchester, by Otho Winger: Index by Allan White||MC2011/99 ||Historian, Allan D. White's, index to the book, "Memories of Manchester," by Otho Winger, President of Manchester College, 1911 - 1941. |
|Miller, Martha: Poster Collection||MC2010/20 |
- "Spartan Pride," Homecoming, October 14, 1995.
- Manchester Symphony Orchestra, 16 May 1993, featuring Young Artist Competition Winners.
Manchester Symphony Orchestra, 6 November 1994, Jodie DeSalvo, Piano Soloist.
Manchester Symphony Orchestra, 13 March 1994, featuring Julie Eckert, Soprano Soloist. 3.
Manchester Symphony Orchestra, 12 May 1996, "High School Young Artist Competition Winners."
Manchester College Theatre presents, "The Miser, 1668," by Moliere, October 1994.
Manchester College Theatre presents, "Mehitabel," May 1993.
Heifer Project International Living Gift Market, Sponsored by North Manchester Area Churches.
"The Voice KCMO of the Prairie," by John Olive, May 1994, Cordier Auditorium.
Public Program: "The Mikado," 10 April 1994.
Manchester College Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Luncheon for members of Class of 1995.
|Model of Tabernacle, 1899, May Day Dancers: Postcards||MC2010/96 |
One postcard showing a construction of the tabernacle, from Bible Class at Manchester College, 1899.
Two postcards of differing qualities showing a group of women, probably dressed for ta May Day celebration, circa early 1900s.
|Music: The Lovin Sound, Independent Student Music Group, 1967-1969||MC2011/207 |
Ann Blair, Jan Deaton, Dodie Heiny, Ann Lawver, and Linda Zumbrun were the student artists who sang these songs. This was an independent group of Manchester College students unrelated to the College's music program.
|Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)||MC General File: Non-Governmental Organization ||Manchester College's NGO status. |
|Nutt, Grady||MC2011/48 ||Mr. Grady Nutt is a comedian and a minister. He performed at Manchester College on 7 April 1975. |
|Oak Leaves, 7 March 1925||MC2011/110 ||One Oak Leaves from Manchester College 7 March 1925 with many interesting articles. |
|Oak Leaves: Book of Quotes||MC2011/144 |
According to a note adhered to the cover of this notebook, this collection of quotes was gathered while the writer was working on the "Manchester College" pager; 62 years ago.
|Parades: Photographs||MC2008/178 |
Photographs of parades.
|Parades: Records||MC2002/218 |
Records of parades.
For additional information about parades, see: Floats.
|Peace Pole||MC2002/221 |
Peace poles, which state, "May Peace Prevail on Earth" in several languages have been dedicated in several locations on Manchester's campus and in North Manchester.
- Correspondence, dedication programs, newspaper articles
More information at Peace Poles can be found at www.peacepoles.com
For related material regarding the Peace Pole see: Messenger June 1996 p.5
|Peace Studies Collection||MC2002/167 ||General Peace Studies information in four large boxes, including Gladdys Muir's and Dale Barnard's teaching materials and an inventory of Peace Studies students. The Peace Studies Institute was founded in 1948 on Manchester College's campus by Gladdys Muir and others. This material also includes writing of Gladdys Muir. |
|Perkins, John, Going Through Samaria: Convocation #25, 1976||Convocation #25: Perkins, John ||Rev. Mr. John Perkins gives the address, "Going Through Samaria," 13 October 1976. |
|Photgraph Montage||MC2007/60 ||Montage of re-printed material featuring MC characters, buildings, organizations. |
|Photographs 1958 - 1962||MC2012/48 |
A collection of photographs representing residence life, May Day events, A Cappella Choir, religious life, classes and athletics at Manchester College circa 1958 - 1959 - 1960 - 1961 - 1962.
|Photographs: Alumni Days and Alumni Reunions ||MC2004/90 |
Photographs are from Homecoming and Alumni Days 1993. Many alumni are identified.
|Photographs: Faculty and Staff||Food Service Photos |
Faculty/Staff Photos: Foodservice:
Boxes 166 a, b, c, 167 and Box 138 have been combined into two large boxes in the photo shelves. Faculty and staff are stored in alphabetical order. "Food Service" is included in these boxes and most "Food Service" staff are found within this file folder.
|Physical Plant: Fleet of Vehicles||MC2010/143 ||One copy of a 1981 newspaper article about the College's vehicular fleet. |
|Plays and Musical Productions: Posters||MC2009/125 |
1. A variety of posters for plays and musical productions:
Steel Magnolias, 1993.
The Musical Comedy Murders of 1930, no year on poster.
The Scarlet Letter, 1996.
The Importance of Being Earnest, 1990.
The Miser, 1994.
Archy and Mehitabel, 1993.
The Madwoman of Chaillot, 1992.
Fiddler on the Roof, 1989.
The Extremity of Love, 1991.
|Posters and Articles From Manchester College ||MC2009/71,A-V |
File Folder MC2009/71-A: A Cappella Choir
File Folder MC2009/71-AL: Artist Lecture Series
File Folder MC2009/71-B: Brethren Colleges Abroad
File Folder MC2009/71-C: Children's Theatre
File Folder MC2009/71-CB: Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble
File Folder MC2009/71-CH: Choral Events
File Folder MC2009/71-CY: Church of the Brethren Youth Conference
File Folder MC2009/71-D: Dances
File Folder MC2009/71-E: Events on Campus
File Folder MC2009/71-MSO: Manchester Civic and Symphony Orchestra
File Folder MC2009/71-MU: Music Department
File Folder MC2009/71-PEV: Performances and Events
File Folder MC2009/71-PMOA: Plays, Musicals, One Acts
File Folder MC2009/71-SP: Sports, Posters with Football schedules.
File Folder MC2009/71-V: Various, including Admissions Material, Parents' Weekend, Fundraising, Phonathon, Graphics Department
|Presentation: Wright, Dr. Nathan||MC2011/73 ||This reel-to-reel tape, is identified as containing a presentation by Dr. Nathan Wright. Date unknown. However, the recording, CD #1, Part 1, starts out with Dr. Knechel addressing students, then Moments with Manchester with James Garber, recording the New Year's and Christmas radio program. Part 2, CD #2, is actually Dr. Nathan Wright, African-American leader, educator and activist. He gives a presentation centering around the topic, "What Black Educators Are Saying." |
|President Helman: History of Manchester College||MC2011/27 |
Helman opening Spring Term of the academic year. The box is dated 1/29/1978. This could be wrong. The actual date could be 1/29/1979. Helman states that the College is opening an anniversary year and that During the 1979 calendar year, MC will be observing its 90th anniversary. 1979 is an anniversary year.
|President's Attic||MC2006/13 ||President's Attic. Assortment of letters, papers, memorabilia pulled from forgotten storage space. |
|President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge, 2011||MC General File: Obama, President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge, 2011 ||Copy of the News Release, "Manchester College embarks on White House challenge to imporve literacy, reduce hunger." |
|President's Office Memorabilia||MC2006/2 ||Certificates, Plaques and miscellaneous items removed from the President's Office. |
|Public Relations: Assorted Files||MC2009/32 |
Assorted Files from Public Relations - 1962 through1998.
|Public Relations: Posters||MC2009/71: Entire Collection |
This is a large collection of printed and hand-made posters along with other memorabilia that had accumulated thorugh the years in the Manchester College Archives.
|Recording Assortment||MC2011/86 ||Recording of dog barking, bird chirping, song of "the Great Pumpkin" from the comic strip, "Charlie Brown," recording of a newscaster, Russell Warren Howe, in Washington. Mr. Howe reads the same newscast in different ways. |
|Recycling Program Records||MC2002/235 |
Recycling Program Records. General information and newspaper articles.
|Relief and Rehabilitation: Article Collection, C.P.S. Camp 101 ||MC2002/50 |
"Action of U.S. Congress." Gospel Messenger 92.31 (July 31, 1943): 17.
"Education for Service in Relief and Reconstruction Organized…" Gospel Messenger 92.20 (May 15, 1943): 19.
"Foreign Relief Training." Gospel Messenger 92.41 (October 9, 1943): 14-15.
"Manchester Unit." Second Mile [publication of C.P.S. Camp #48, Marienville, PA]. July 1943.
"Plans for Manchester Relief Corps." Gospel Messenger 92.32 (August 7, 1943): 21.
|Roanoke Classical Seminary||MC2004/693-2 |
Roanoke Classical Seminary in Roanoke, Indiana was founded by Professor F. S. Reefy in 1860. Many of its students later became prominent individuals. Roanoke was described as the "Athens of Northern Indiana. The school was moved in 1889 and became known as Manchester College.
A reproduction of what appears to be a drawing of Roanoke Classical Seminary.
|Robinson, William: President, Commencement Photograph Collection, Including Honorary Degree Recipient, 1993||MC2004/122 |
President WIlliam Robinson: Commencement Photograph Collection, 1993.
Honorary Degree recipient: Andrew Murray.
Honorary Degree recipient: Howard Brembeck.
Many faculty/staff, students and alumni are identified in this set of photographs.
|Sanger, Lola||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Sanger, Lola |
Letter of rejection to Lola Sanger for graduate study at an institution because Lola was a woman and the graduate school wrote: "in past experience where we found only one or two women uncomfortable in a class dominated by men....no women admitted."
|Scholarships and Scholarship Day||MC2010/122a,b,c |
Three scholarships offered by Manchester College and a sheet regarding Scholarship Day:
|Security and Fire Safety Report 2011-2012 with Crime Statistics for 2008, 2009, 2010||MC2011/201 |
Security and Fire Safety Report 2011-2012 with Crime Statistics for 2008, 2009 and 2010.
|Seelman, Weaver: Nuclear Power Discussion Workshop||Convocation Tape #59b: Weaver, Seelman, Nuclear Power Discussion Workshop |
59b: Nuclear Discussion Workshop, Seelman Weaver #1, 27 March 1979, representing the opinion of the National Council of Churches Study on nuclear energy and other alternative energies.
|Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Committee Materials, Conscientious Objection||MC2002/2m |
A. Blair Helman Papers (MC2002/2)
Correspondence, certificate for registration of a claim to copyright (for seventy-fifth anniversary book), minutes of historical committee meetings, copy of Manchester's wartime policy (shared by President Schwalm in early days of WWII), schedule of events for anniversary celebration
Conscientious Objection: World War II statement.
|Sherrick, Dorothy: Mount Morris College Diploma||MC2004/193 ||Mount Morris College Bachelor of Arts diploma given to Dorothy Sherrick 25 May 1917. |
|Sherrick, Marvin ||MC2004/49 |
Marvin M. Sherrick taught at Mount Morris College from 1904-23 and at Manchester College from 1923-38. This collection contains diplomas and degrees belonging to M. M. Sherrick..
|Shultz, L. W.: Gradebook, Lectures, Student Grades, Etc.||MC2011/115 |
One notebook with class registers and lectures outlines for various classes. Student grades are included making this a partially restricted file. Circa 1919 - 1920.
Also included is a personal reading list from 1905 and an Adelphian-Lincoln Program from 22 May 1909 upon which a timeline has been written on the verso.
|Skeleton in Cap and Gown||MC2012/50 ||Photograph of a graduating skeleton in cap and gown. |
|Smoking Policies||MC2002/250 |
Smoking Policies Collection.
For related material on "smoking policies," see: Oak Leaves, 28 February 1968, p.2; 15 May 1968, p.3; 5 October 1971, p.1; 19 October 1971, p.1, 2; 26 October 1971, p.1; 2 November 1971, p.2; 9 May 1972, p.3.
|Social Science Materials||MC2009/162a,b,c,d |
Listing of Social Science Materials:
Readings: Appalachia As A Sub-Culture," Social Science Core.
Department Meetings 1996, 1997 - agendas, enrollments, learning goals for the sociology major, the learning portfolio.
Press Releases, News Clippings, Papers.
For Clubs, societies and organizations: Southern Belles Home Demonstration Club, see MC2009/162d.
|Speakers: Gregory, Dick, 1969||MC2011/196 |
Comedian and Civil Rights leader, Dick Gregory, spoke on the Manchester College campus during "An Experience in Soul," March 30 - April 1, 1969. This is a copy of his presentation, "Forum 69."
See Also: Manchester College Bulletin Vol. 61: Number 8/June 1969.
MC2008/129: Photos from Dick Gregory's visit.
|Sports: Photograph Assortment||MC2004/134 |
A definite assortment of pictures: Photographs of Steve Alford as well as members of the Alumni Baseball team and Alumni Volleyball team at Homecoming. Photographs of football team and coaches, various professors and female basketball players. Baseball team photographs and soccer, track and field.
|Stafford, William: Collection, CD||MC2006/43 |
William Stafford was an English professor at Manchester College from 1955-1956. He was a conscientious objector during WWII, Poet Laureate of Oregon, and a Pulitzer nominee.
1. CD with images of Stafford as well as images of newspaper articles and poetry selections.
|Stafford, William: Journal||MC2005/13 ||Fellowship, the journal of the fellowship of reconciliation: Journal published by the Fellowship of Reconciliation. See William Stafford (faculty) and Dale Aukerman. |
|Stauffer, Bob: Photograph||MC2011/174 ||Two images of Basketball Coach, Bob Stauffer. |
|Stebing, Glen: Class of 1943 Photograph Collection||MC2011/60 ||A collection of photographs circa 1943 featuring Manchester College Alumnus, Glen Stebing's, classmates. |
|Stinebaugh, Vernon: Arthur Fiedler Collection||MC2012/52 ||Correspondence and photographs of famous Boston Pops conductor, Arthur Fiedler, with Professor Vernon Stinebaugh...and how Fiedler came to conduct the Manchester College String Symphony's Mother's Day Concert - 13th Annual String Festival, 1959. |
|Studebaker, Ted: ABC News Story and Church of the Brethren Documentary||MU2012/63 |
Ted Studebaker, MC Class of 1967, pacifist and conscientious objector - served as an agricultural worker during the Vietnam War. He was executed by North Vietnamese in 1971. This is a recording of the ABC News storoy by Jim Kincaid and an excerpt from the Church of the Brethren documentary on Ted Studebaker.
|Student Development: Student Personnel Services Committee Collection||MC2004/525 |
Student Personnel Services Committee Collection:
File 1 contains information on committee appointments, community court, subcommittee on international student life, housing.
File 2 contains information on orientation, visitation policy, subcommittee on women's affairs.
|Student Housing: Alternative Housing, Morris, Leo and Ginny, Chicken Coop||MC2007/22 ||Alternative student housing. Chicken coop. |
In 1946 there were many returning students that were veterans or who had been in Civilian Public Service. Student housing was at a premium. Some married couples were lucky to get rooms in trailers parked near campus. Leo and Ginny Morris found an alternative solution, a brand new chicken coop placed in Professor Paul Halladay's back yard!
|Students 1965 - 1976: Troubled ||MC General File: Student Arrests ||A confidential file listing students and/or alumni who had altercations with the law circa 1965 - 1976. |
|Students: Photographs, 1890 - 1900's||MC2003/35 |
Classrooms: Groups of Students/Classes Photograph Collection-Oversized. Pictures from 1890 through the 1900's.
|Students: Photographs, 1932||MC2003/357 |
Dean Beery Photograph Collection, including photographs of Manchester College theater. Many of these pictures are from the 1930's.
|Technology Services||MC2002/267 ||Computer Advisory Committee 1976-present, IHETS See Also: Committees-Technology Committee. |
|Temperance||Publications ||See Temperance Bibliography. See also: Mountaineer & Our Young People Index; Aurora 1919 p.6-7, 47; Oak Leaves Summer 1919 p.2-3; 13 April 1926 p.2; Gospel Messenger 17 February 1945 p.3; 3 March 1945 p.2; 14 April 1945 p.7-8; 21 April 1945 p.5-6; 5 May 1945 p.9; 12 May 1945 p.12; 2 June 1945 p.9; 8 September 1945 p.22; 27 October 1945 p.3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9, 12, 13, 23-25; 9 March 1946 p.2; 11 May 1946 (entire issue); 7 September 1946 p.9; 14 September 1946 p.9; 19 October 1946 p.6-9; 3 May 1947 p.7-8; 24 May 1947 p.2; 31 May 1947 (entire issue); 21 June 1947 p.9-10; 16 August 1947 p.15; 6 September 1947 p.14-15; 13 September 1947 p.23; 29 November 1947 p.8-9; 13 December 1947 p.14-15 |
|Timbercrest Retirement Community||MC MC General File: Timbercrest ||1995 newsclipping reporting 38% of Timbercrest residents either graduated from or were employed by Manchester College. |
|Two Females Talking About Art Utilized in Home Decorating||MC2011/49 ||Two women with delightful voices speak about the "museum look" for the home, that includes art everywhere, even in the bath. There is a plethora of art for purchase, from newly sprouting galleries to department stores. "Sears Roebuck and Co." feels as if there is a big need for art in areas where galleries are few. The tape was labeled "two women gibberish," however some might find the subject of their "gibberish" interesting. The rest of the tape faintly records stock prices. |
|United Nations: Articles and Publications||MC2007/16 ||United Nations: Related newspaper articles and publications. |
|United Sexualities and Friends for Sexual Awareness||MC2002/276 |
United Sexualities: A group focusing on providing support to members of the GLBT community working to educate and promote dialogue amidst the Manchester community concerning issues of sexual minorities (for example, provides "safe zone" training).
Friends for Sexual Awareness: A student-initiated group working to educate people about the different risks involved in unhealthy sexual lifestyles and the options surrounding safe sex. It provides confidential information and support to people who are struggling with sex-related concerns.
|Values, Ideas, and Arts||MC2002/278h |
Values, Ideas, and Arts records:
|WAV Files for Digitized Recordings||MC2010/82 |
WaV Files (like Raw files) for:
- A Cappella Choir 27 May 1947 audior discs record, "I Want To Be Ready."
- Centennial Celebration tape.
- Clyde Holsinger 1939.
- MC Quartet 1940.
- MC Quartet - Don Frederick's Wedding.
- Popular Pilots?
- Ted Studebaker album.
- WWHS Concert.
|Weaver, Nuclear Discussion, National Council of Churches Study||Convocation Tape #59c: Weaver, Seelman, Nuclear Discussion, Panel ||59c: Nuclear Discussion Workshop, National Council of Churches study part 2 with Seelman Weaver. |
|Weimer, Merle and Virgil: Memorabilia Collection||MU2012/62 |
Memorabilia from Mount Morris College and Manchester College. Autograph album of 1910 and 1911. Photograph album with early photograph postcards (circa 1910) of students at Mount Morris College. Some of these cards were sent to Mamie Wine of Cerro Gordo, Illinois. Manchester College Aurora yearbooks with autographs. Picture of Elder D. L. Miller.
|West, Dan: Family and Heifer Project Photographs and Memorabilia||MC2011/208: Janet Schrock |
An assortment of photographs and memorabilia about Dan West, his family and Heifer Project. These items were given to Janet Schrock, Dan West's daughter, by different individuals, including videographer, David Sollenberger.
|West, Dan: Heifer Project International, Long Term Loan||Archives Office, North Shelving Unit |
Objects are on Long-Term Loan from Heifer Project International.
These include but are not limited to:
- 25 years of Brethren Service Pin (in Dan West exhibit).
- Nametag written on wood in shape of Brethren Service Cup.
- Dan West's pocketknife.
- Dan West's camera and case.
- Dolls from Spain (in Dan West exhibit).
- Manchester College momento 1895, acorn on leather strap.
- Children's shoes from Spain (in Dan West exhibit).
Contact the Archivist for questions about the entire list of objects.
|West, Dan: Memorabilia and Letters||MC2010/113 |
1. Letter to Sabra written and signed by Dan West on Church of the Brethren General Brotherhood Board stationery.
2. Christmas letter from the West Family to Sabra and her family with a handwritten personal note on the verso by Dan West.
3. Exhibit A: One article by Sabra (Baker) Staley (Unit 11, 1951) entitled "A Sign Along th e Road." This is a story about how Sabra came to join Brethren Volunteer Service and accepted an assignment in Castener, Puerto Rico, in years 1951-1952.
3. Exhibit B: One color copy of Dan West's name and address in the family guestbook, circa 1952.
4. Letter with vignettes about Dan West and Sabra's family.
5. The story of the "henna-haired landlady."
|Witches Glee Club: Photograph||MU2012/108 ||Young women dressed up as witches gathered round an improvised firepit with pot. |
|Wolfe, Claude||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Wolfe, Claude |
Material relating to Claude Wolf, including news clipping from 1964, "Claude Wolfe Family Returns from Bolivia," news release from 1966 naming Claude Wolfe Coach of the Year, and Coach Wolf's obituary, 1985.
See Also: Gospel Messenger, 16 June 1945 p.7, 14; 14 July 1945 p.19; 15 September 1945 p.16; 6 October 1945 p.19; 24 November 1945 p.21; 20 April 1946 p.19; 8 June 1946 p.21; 7 December 1946 p.21; 14 December 1946 p.8-9; 22 March 1947 p.20-21 (photos); 5 April 1947 p.21 (photo); Manchester College Bulletin, June 1951 p.2; March 1976 p.7.
|World War Two - Record Collection||MC2011/132 |
A series of recordings done for Homecoming 1943. They might have been pre-recorded for broadcast by WOWO Ft. Wayne. They show the effects that WWII had on Manchester College.
- War has taken 3/4th of our boys.
- Intercollegiate football and basketball are part of war casualities.
- College feels deeply the tragic effects of war.
- 165 freshmen enrolled.
- Enrollment of 270 women and 90 men. This unbalance among men and women makes life interesting (that is, for the men).
|Yearbooks and Publications: Church of the Brethren Colleges||MC2011/96a--o |
Yearbooks and publications from other Church of the Brethren colleges.
|Young, John A.: Memoirs||MC2008/209 |
Young, John: The memoirs of John A. Young, BA 1947. Also included are experiences of his wife, Phoebe Timmons Young.
Trailer Court Housing found in: "Memoirs of John A. Young," Volume - IV, June 1946 - September 1950.
Original poem about Leicester Brown, MC Class of 1936.