|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|Civilian Public Service Education Information||MC2004/209 |
Civilian Public Service Education Information
|Civilian Public Service Oral History Release Forms||MC General File: Civilian Public Service |
Release Forms and correspondence regarding Dr. Virginia Keller's CPS oral history project:
- Francis Barr
- Robert Rohwer
|Civilian Public Service: Barnard Collection||MC2006/33 ||Dale Barnard Collection. |
|Civilian Public Service: Blickenstaff, Delbert D. Collection ||MC2009/154 |
Correspondence and photos from Delbert Blickenstaff regarding Dr. Virginia Keller's CPS oral history project:
|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.
|Conscientious Objectors: Civilian Public Service Interviews||MC2012/33 |
Photographs, periodicals, correspondence, audio recordings, video and VHS recordings of Manchester College students who, as conscientious objectors, served in Civilian Public Service projects during WWII.
|Curriculum: Revision Committee, 1944 - 1946||MC2011/165 |
This file was found by the archivist in the vault of the Archives. It contains many papers about curriculum revision discussions that took place circa 1945 and 1946. Materials deal with a myriad of topics including teacher education, a possible program for elementary teachers, veteran's education, the establishment of a program for Industrial Arts teachers, changes in the Home Economics program, a Secretarial Science survey, proposals for revisions in the Psychology program and much more, including a comparison in the number of full and part-time Latin teachers vs. the number of full and part-time instructors teaching Library Science and Industrial Arts.
Also included are pamphlets entitled:
"Educational Opportunities for Veterans," and "Educational Opportunities for C. P. S. Men."
|Dan West:Obituary from HPI||Heifer Proj News pg.1 and Heifer Project News pg.2 ||A biographical tribute to Dan West by Heifer Project. |
|Garver, Earl S.||MC2004/85 ||Earl Garver: Brethren Service Committee poster. |
|Mt. Morris College: Heisler Collection, Photographs of Alumni, 100th Anniversary, College Song, 1912 Fire, History, Old Folks Home||MC2004/540 |
Milly Heisler Collection including a history of Mount Morris College. Picture of Mount Morris Old Folks Home. Photos of "pigtail day" and "tie day," as well as other interesting images.
|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. |
|Topic||Record #||Description Summary|
|Compulsory Military Service Materials ||BC2004/23 |
Letter to Harry S. Truman regarding compulsory military service from historic peace churches.
Weaver, E. Paul. "From UMT to Peace."
Weaver, E. Paul. "Keep America Free from Military Regimentation."
Weaver, E. Paul. Untitled document.
|Compulsory Military Service Pamphlet||BC2004/29 ||Compulsory Military Service: Fellowship of Reconciliation pamphlet |
|Compulsory Military Service Postcard Collection||BC2003/3 |
L. W. Shultz Compulsory Military Service Postcard Collection:
1-4 BW political cartoon protesting compulsory military service. Circa 1948. Produced by Brethren Service Commission, General Brotherhood Board. Unused cards.
5-13 Quote from Hitler's Mein Kampf regarding compulsory military service. Circa 1948. Produced by Brethren Service Commission, General Brotherhood Board. Unused cards.
|Military: Ministry||BC2004/26 ||From "Fellowship with our Boys in the Military": The Church...respects the right of individual conscience. Some of our young men...believe it their duty to render full or limited military service. The Brethren Service Committee therefore felt it was a part of their Christian ministry to maintain a warm fellowship with our boys in the training camps." |