|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|Albaugh, H. P.||MC2002/104c ||Photo and description of presidency. Copy of newspaper article describing career following service at Manchester College. |
|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. |
|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.
|Food Service: The Oaks||MC2009/120 |
Newspaper article: "New Oaks Sets Collegiate Atmosphere."
|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.
|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). |
|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: 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). |
|Photgraph Montage||MC2007/60 ||Montage of re-printed material featuring MC characters, buildings, organizations. |
|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.
|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).