|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|AAFRO CLUB: Reader's Theater, 1986||Convocation #209: AAFRO CLUB, Reader's Theater, 1986 ||AAFRO Club, Reader's Theater, 1986. |
|AAFRO House & Program||MC2002/6 ||AAFRO House |
- Information on Black History Month and the AAFRO House and Program records for 1969-1982.
- 1986-87 Budget for AAFRO Program.
|AAFRO House & Program||MC2003/16 ||Report of the AAFRO House Program, 1981. |
|AAFRO House & Program||MC2003/256 ||Report of the AAFRO Program Study Committee, 1981. |
Photographs: Special Events photograph collection
|Alumni Association||MC2010/51 ||Office of Alumni Administration: AAFRO House / Intercultural Center Reunion, during Manchester College Homecoming, October, 2009, invitation card. |
|Angelou, Maya: Convocation||Convocation Tape #117A: Angelou, Maya |
18 February 1982 recording of Maya Angelou speaking at Manchester College.
See Also: Photograph of Maya Angelou with President A. Blair and Patricia Helman.
|Arthur, Thomas: Future Shock from a Black Perspective, Convocation #21||Convocation #21: Thomas, Arthur, 1976 ||Dr. Arthur Thomas speaks on the topic of "Future Shock from a Black Perspective," 4 March 1976. |
|Aungst, Ronald||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Aungst, Ronald ||Material related to Ronald Aungst, Speech and Drama. |
|Aungst, Ronald||MC2008/70 |
- Four photos of Dr. Ronald Aungst.
- Brief biography by Jeri Kornegay.
|Baldwin, Ferne: Collection||MC2011/231 |
Objects in the collection of former Manchester College Archivist and Professor, Ferne Baldwin. The collection includes assorted MC historical materials and records.
|Basketball, Men's: Earl E. Lichtenwalter Photograph Collection||MC2004/3 |
|1||6 x 8||7 male students wearing turtlenecks and quilted knickers. One man wearing three-piece suit. Basketball in front is labeled "M.C. '03-'04 B.B."||Labeled on back: Wm. Grinner, A.M. Lautz, sub., W. Burrous, sub., E.E. Dessenberg, manager, Joe Cunningham, E.E. Lichtenwalter, Roy Dilling, Willie Hollinger. Basket-Ball Team N. Manchester, Ind. 1903-1904.|
|Black History Month/Week||MC General File: Black History ||Program for February 1990. |
|Black History Month/Week||MC2009/71 |
- 1985 Black History Month calendar.
- 1980 "Together We Can Make It: Tell It, Black History Week," featuring Dr. Roger Pulliam, Assistant Professor University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, Mr. Halisi Shauri, Director, Project Upward Bound, Northwestern University, Dr. A. D. Pickney, President, Indiana State Chapter of the NAACP.
- 1990 Black History Month calendar (MC2009/71-E,d4)
- 1992 Black History Month calendar (MC2009/71-E,d,3).
- 1993 Black History Month calendar (MC2009/71-E,d,2).
See MC2009/71 File Folder MC2009/71-E: Events on Campus.
|Black Student Union ||Black Student Union: Information |
The Aurora Photograph Collection 2001, MC20024/408, has an image of the Black Student Union. It is located on pg. 65 of the 2001 Aurora and is image #69 in the CD/photo collection.
|Blue Stocking: Underground Publications||MC2002/157 |
Blue Stocking: This newsletter contains articles, poetry, essays, and artwork regarding women's issues.
|Calderon, Rene: Photograph, 1963||MC2008/136 ||Photograph of international students including alumnus, Rene Calderon. |
|Chinese Books||MC2011/94a,b |
A book presented to Manchester College by Hung Nien Cheng, President of Chi-nan University, Shanghai, July, 1930. The book appears to be about the history of China, or an area of China, and contains fabulous architectural illustrations and photographs.
Another second book that might be another volume of the gift.
|Civil Rights||Civil Rights: Information |
Gospel Messenger 6 January 1945 p.17; 20 January 1945 p.4; 27 January 1945 p.17, 18; 10 February 1945 p.9, 13; 17 February 1945 p.3-7; 14 April 1945 p.2, 3; 21 April 1945 p.9; 28 April 1945 p.9; 26 May 1945 p.2; 24 November 1945 p.25; 13 December 1947 p.6.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
|Convocation #144: AAFRO CLUB, Reader's Theatre, 1983||Convocation Tape #144: AAFRO Club, Reader's Theatre ||A recording of the 14 February 1983 Reader's Theatre Presentation by the AAFRO Club. |
|Convocation #146a: DeIrio, Dr. Judy, Women and the New Right, 1983||Convocation #146a: DeIrio, Dr. Judy, 1983 ||Dr. Judy DeIrio speaks on "Women and the New Right," or "Women Versus the New Right." The date of the presentation is 28 February 1983. |
|Convocation #163: Thomas, John||Convocation Tape #163: Thomas, John |
Olympian, John Thomas, speaks on the topic of "Olympic Harmony," or what makes an olympic champion? The date of the address is 6 February 1984..
|Convocation #163: Thomas, John, 1984||Convocation Tape: Thomas, John ||Olympian, John Thomas, speaks on the topic of "What Makes an Olympic Champion?" The date of the address is 6 February 1984. |
|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 #28: Collins, A New Heaven and a New Earth||Convocation Tape #28: Collins, Sheila ||Sheila Collins speaks on "A New Heaven and a New Earth," on 21 October 1976. |
|Convocation #32: Haskins, Diary of a Harlem Schoolteacher||Convocation Tape #32: Haskins, James ||James Haskins speaks on the topic of "Diary of a Harlem Schoolteacher," 10 February 1977. |
|Convocation #57: Chenault, Myron, Close Encounters of the Educational Kind||Convocation #57, Chenault, Myron, 1979 ||Myron Chenault gives the presentation, "Close Encounters of the Educational Kind," on 12 February 1979. |
|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: Hamilton, Dr. Charles, "Black Power, Theory and Practice, 1968" ||MC2010/195 ||Three copies of Dr. Charles Hamilton's Convocation address, "Black Power: Theory and Practice," delivered 11 November 1968. |
|Convocation: Photograph Collection||MC2004/123 |
A photograph collection of convocation participants and events. Most individuals in the pictures have been identified.
|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
|Curriculum Review||MC2004/531 |
Curriculum review: Leonard Williams Collection
|1||Social Sciences Division 1991-92|
|2||Student evaluation questions|
|3||Senior comprehensive examinations|
|4||Faculty Executive Committee 1998-99|
|5||Honors Committee 1987-89|
|6||Faculty Workshop 1999|
|7||Faculty survey, presidential search|
|8||Advisory Council, 1989|
|9||Curriculum review 1993-94|
|10||Curriculum review 1993-94|
|11||Curriculum review 1993-94|
|12||Student Senate Constitution committee|
|13||Freshman experience, including preliminary information on FYC |
|14||Presidential Search Committee|
|15||Academic Dean Search Committee|
|16||Human Diversity Committee|
Also see: Academic Affairs: Manchester College Bulletin October 1977 p.3-4.
|Dances: Posters||MC2009/71, File Folder D: Dances |
1976 "Halloween Dance featuring The Three Traces."
1978 A.A.F.R.O. Club Presents, "Essence in Twilight," Semi-Formal.
circa 1985 Manchester College AAFRO Club and East Hall present "Take Your Sweetheart to Vegas."
1991 Presidential Ball, "The Future is Ours."
April 1993 Presidential Ball, "New Beginnings."
1992 Formal, "Sailing with the Night."
No year on poster: "Winter Wonderful's Semi Formal Dance, Featuring: Catch."
|Diversity||MC2009/206a,b,c ||AAFRO House and minority concerns. |
|Diversity: Correction of Cultural Biases to Prepare Students for the Real World||MC2011/56 |
Recording of a conference that took place at Indiana University. Presentation titles are:
- Cultural Pluralism and Ethnic Studies, a Latino's Perspective.
- Teaching Undergraduate Afro-American Studies.
In an untitled presentation a speaker talks about teaching culture in a multi-cultural society like the United States.
|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."
|Dolby, Mattie Cunningham: Minister, Church of the Brethren||Dolby, Mattie Cunningham: Additional Information |
See Also: The Brethren Encyclopedia and Manchester College Alumni.
|Dolby, Mattie Cunningham: Minister, Church of the Brethren||MC2004/689 ||Mattie Cunningham Dolby's alumni card. |
|Drum Group: Recording||MC2011/88 ||An audio segment of a group drumming. Segment appears to stop then picks up again. |
|Ethnic Studies Programs||MC2011/79a,b,c |
CD #1 Much blank and irregular space before recording begins. The valuable amount of material on this recording is questionable. Sometimes students are clowning around. If listened to closely, this appears to be a recording of a class. The Archivist did not have time to listen to it all the way through.
CD#2 Continues with a student that is part of a panel of presentors that and is very hard to understand. There is also discussion.
CD#3 A latin individual talks about ethnic studies programs. This recording is very distinct but is only a partial recording of the entire presentation. The presenter is also a teacher from a small institution in Chicago.
|Evans, T. Q.|| MC2004/37 ||T. Quentin Evans: African-American Alumni Class Presentations Report. T. Q. Evans conducted this program, bringing African-American alumni into Manchester College classrooms. |
|Evans, T. Quentin||Faculty Staff Boxes: Evans, T. Quentin ||Material related to Professor T. Quentin Evans. |
|Gender Studies ||MC General File: Gender Issues ||Symposium on Women and Work," 1994. |
|Gender Studies: Poem, Gender Roles||MC General File: Gender Issues |
Poem regarding male/female gender roles written by a student, 1978.
|Gender Studies: Sexuality||MC General File: Gender Issues |
Sexuality, Human :"Men Who Cross-Dress..." flyer.
|Grant: ICIP||MC2003/294 ||Indiana Consortium for International Programs: Application for ICIP grant, "Globalizing Secondary Curricula and Teacher Education Through Art," dated 6 November 1985. |
|Grant: ICIP||MC2003/295 ||Indiana Consortium for International Programs: Application for ICIP grant, "Contemporary African Society in a Time of Change: Two Case Studies, Malawi and Zimbabwe," dated 18 October 1995. |
|Grant: ICIP||MC2004/519 |
Indiana Consortium for International Programs: "Rural Development and Urbanization in Africa: Two Case Studies, Zimbabwe and Malawi," proposed by David Waas, Dated 18 October 1990.
|Gwong, Moy||Alumni Box 187: Gwong, Moi |
Materials related to Moy Gwong, Manchester Class of 1920.
|Gwong, Moy||Alumni Box 187: Gwong |
Moy Gwong was the first international student to receive a degree from Manchester College in 1920. He went on to be an outstanding Church of the Brethren missionary in China.
|Hate E-Mail Incident, 1998||MC2011/193 ||In 1998 a threatening e-mail message was sent to nearly every minority and international student at the College. It was sent of-campus through an e-mail forwarding service in California in order to make it anonymous. These materials record the events and circumstances surrounding that time. The College President pledged that the College would do whatever it could to address the challenges it was facing and to insure that the College is a place where "EVERY student, faculty, staff, and family member can feel comfortable and supported, and at home in a College and town where each person matters." |
|Hawthorne Program: Photograph and Video Collection, 1999 - 2000||MC2004/391 |
1999 - 2000 Hawthorne Program
The Lilly Endowment funded Hawthorne Program was designed to help prepare African American and Hispanic students (grades 6-8) for college or other educational opportunities beyond high school. The Program's Mission follows:
To empower African American and Hispanic youth to tap their learning potential, increase their understanding of educational possibilities, and help them to envision themselves as future leaders.
The Summer Academic Enhancement Program was a two week residential experience held on the campus of Manchester College. It was designed to enhance the students' skills in math, science, writing, reading and drama. At the close of the two weeks, parents were invited on campus to spend the night and to attend the student-led closing program. The summer session included a weekend visit to another college or university.
Two academic institutes were held during the school year, one in the fall and one in the spring. Manchester College students hosted program participants for a weekend stay on campus. The institutes provided the middle school students a firsthand understanding of life on a college campus and enhanced their skills in a specific subject area.
Monthly educational seminars were esigned to give support and information to parents and guardians about the program. Discussions included how to prepare for and finance a college education. The meetings were held in Fort Wayne and South Bend.
Tutorial sessions were provided during the school year and were offered weekdays by partner organizations. Sessions were designed to assist students with homework and to improve study skills.
Social, cultural and educational activities were planned by the Outreach Coordinators and varied in focus to provide diverse social, cultural and educational experiences. These activities included bowling, a library tour, lectures, local college tours, community service and visits to museums.
|Human Rights Awareness Week||MC2004/65 ||Flyer from 1985 Human Rights Awareness Week. |
|International Business Trip to Bangladesh: Education and Professional Programs Division||MC2009/71 File Folder MC2009/71-V:Various ||International Business Trip to Bangladesh, 1982. Poster. See MC2009/71 File Folder MC2009/71-V:Various, including Admissions Material, parents' Weekend, Fundraising, Phonathon. Graphic Department. |
|International Fair: Publicity, 2002||MC2004/681 ||Poster from 2002 International Fair:
1. Manchester International Fair, the Global Village, April 21, 2002. Poster made by the Manchester College Graphics department.
|International Fair: Records||MC2002/145 |
International Fair records including programs, articles, and memos.
|International or German Music Group Circa 1953: Photograph||MC2010/144 ||Group of students, one with a musical instrument, some women in German costume, posing for the camera. One student is Lois Snyder. |
|International Week: Posters||MC2009/71-E |
International Week Posters. File Folder MC2009/71-E, object number MC2009/71-E,n.
|International Week: Records||MC2002/148 |
International Week records.
|Jackson, Jesse: Speech at Manchester College||MC2011/7 |
This CD and audio-tape are probably from "An Experience in Soul," a "March 30 - April 1 event held on Manchester College Campus in 1969.
|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. |
|Japanese American Students, 1939 - 1945||MC General File: Japanese American ||Information about Japanese American students who attended Manchester College during World War II (1939 - 1945). |
|Kagawa: Correspondence||MC2002/153 ||Kagawa Correspondence Collection with photographs. |
|Kagawa: Poster Advertising Kagawa and Nye, Mass Meeting||MC2004/375 ||Poster advertising "Kagawa and Nye Mass Meetings" at Manchester College. Undated. |
|King, Dr. Martin Luther: DVD, Tribute||MC2007/117 |
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: DVD, "Tribute to a King."
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. made his last speech on a college campus here at Manchester College. This DVD examines the effects that it had.
|King, Martin Luther, 1968 Memorial: Convocation #2||Convocation #2: King, Martin Luther, Memorial, 1968 ||The memorial in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. held on 11 April 1968. |
|King, Rev. Article||MC2004/194 ||Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Article, 2004. |
|King, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther: Celebration Collection||MC2003/315 ||Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Celebration. |
|King, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther: Memorial Service, 1968||MC2002/154c |
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Memorial service, 1968.
|King, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther: Poster||MC2004/492 ||Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Poster with quotation from Dr. King: "Freedom has always been an expensive thing." |
|King, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther: Visit to North Manchester, 1968||MC2002/154b ||Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Visit, 1968. |
|Lear, Mattie: Mt. Morris Faculty and COB Minister||MC2009/98 |
Portrait of Mattie Nicholas Lear (Mrs. John Lear), Church of the Brethren female minister, and instructor at Mount Morris College from 1879 - 1881. A typewritten history is included.
|Little Turtle||THE KE NA PO CO MO CO, EEL RIVER, The Home of Little Turtle |
THE KE NA PO CO MO CO, EEL RIVER, The Home of Little Turtle
Copyright 1934, by Otho Winger, North Manchester, Indiana
The book has been scanned. Contact the Archivist.
|Mathea: Poster||MC2009/66 ||Hand-made poster advertising Mathea. |
|MCIA (Manchester College International Association)||MC2002/146 ||International Relations Club records. Unsorted material. |
|MCIA, (Manchester College International Association): Student Records||MC2002/147 |
Unsorted international student records.
|Merdock, Deroy: Convocation Tape||Convocation Tape #199: Merdock, Deroy ||Rev. Deroy Murdock's presentation on 23 September 1985. |
|Mount Morris College: Biography of Florence King, 1891 Graduate of Mount Morris College||MC2004/728 |
Mount Morris College Alumni: Florence King, First Woman Patent Attorney.
|Multicultural Affairs: Committee for Minority Student Concerns||MC2011/216 ||Minority student concerns and committee meeting minutes related to the Office of Multicultural Affairs. Materials mostly from the time period 1983 - 1992. |
|Myrtis Becker Justiniano Collection: Including May Day, 1953||MC2007/34 |
Myrtis Becker (MC Class of 1954) Justiniano's collection of items saved from Myrtis' years at Manchester College.
|Nagila, Jackie||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Nagila ||Material related to the Director of Multicultural Affairs and Campus Diversity, Jackie Nagila. |
|Native Americans||MC2007/67 ||"The American Indian," May, 1928, Vol. 2, No. 8. |
|Non-traditional Students: Commuter ||Oak Leaves, 27 October 1960 ||See: Oak Leaves, 27 October 1960 p.2. |
|Obama, President Barack, Election: Photographs ||MC2009/30 ||President Barack Obama takes his first oath of office as students, faculty and staff watch the television broadcast. |
|Office of Multicultural Affairs||MC2007/2 |
Booklet entitled, "International Student's Host Family Program, Sponsored by The Office of Multicultural Affairs, Dr. Peter Gitau, Director, Katrina Bruce, Assistant Director.
|Office of Multicultural Affairs||MC General File: Multicultural Affairs, Office of ||Material pertaining to the Manchester College Office of Multicultural Affairs. |
|Otho Winger: Native American||MC BULLETIN, Vol 73, 1980-81 |
"Indians Revere memory of Otho Winger," MC BULLETIN, Vol 73, 1980-81 Calendar year.
|Papa is All, Chicago Stagebill, 1941||MC2007/72 ||"Papa is All" Chicago Stagebill, 1941. Play depicting "the Plain People" of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. |
|Performance: News Releases||MC2008/58 ||1. An assortment of news releases dating from 1960 - 1989.
These news releases primarily feature guest artists performing on campus, some through the College Union Board and the Artist-Lecture Series. Examples of the performers are; The Dale Warland Singers of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn., rock concert by "Featherstitch," the Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater, the Arbors, Leonard Rose (cellist), The Lettermen, Duke Ellington, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Si Zentner (trombonist), Eugene Holmes (baritone), The Four Saints, the new York Brass Quintet, the Concert Choir of Columbus Senior High School.
2. An assortment of newspaper articles regarding performers appearing at Manchester College (1960's - 1990's).
Newspaper articles include: Rosa Page Welch (classical sacred musical singer), The Sounds of Hope.
3. Six Programs: Fort Wayne Philharmonic, 1983, Wilma Jensen, Organist, 1988, Brian L. Best Presents A Musical Tribute to Walt Disney, 1980, "Journey Into Blackness," featuring VOICES, Inc., Black Musical Theater, The Ethnic Dance Theatre, 1990, Musicke of Sundrie Kindes, An Evening of Eighteenth-Century Entertainment.
|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. |
|Photograph: American Chemical Society, 1964||MC2010/99 ||One photograph of students and faculty who were members of the American Chemical Society, 1963-1964. |
|Photographs of International Students||MC2010/92 |
Group and individual photographs of international students. Included in this collection is:
- Pawn Chanthalangsy, Manchester College Class of 1976.
- Group photograph, undated.
- Group photograph circa the 1950's of students around a desk pointing to a poster advertising the "United Nations Banquet."
|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." |
|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.
|Racial Tension 1969 - 1976: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/324 |
A. Blair Helman Papers referring to racial tension at Manchester College.
|Religious Activities on Campus||MC2009/27 |
A broad collection dealing with campus ministry and religious activities.
|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:
|Schweiker, Rabbi Peter, The Jew in America: Convocation Tape #67||Convocation Tape #67: Schweiker, Rabbi Peter ||Rabbi Peter Schweiker talks about "The Jew in America," 26 November 1979. |
|Shultz L. W.: Piney Woods School ||MC2001/12a |
L. W. Shultz: Piney Woods School.
As Director of Camp Alexander Mack in Milford, Indiana, L.W. Shultz sponsored the tours of the Cotton Blossom Singers of The Piney Woods Country Life School, located in Piney Woods, Mississippi. He also spoke at Piney Woods on several occasions.
|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.
|Special Events Photograph Collection||MC2004/133 ||Photographs of special events from various years. All are black and white. Many are identified and most are from the 1990s. |
|Special Events Photograph Collection||MC2004/133 |
Special Events Photograph Collection.
|Special Events Photograph Collection, circa 1992 - 1993||MC2004/133 |
Special Events Photograph Collection, circa 1992 - 1993.
|Special Events: Photographs||MC2004/133 ||A collection of photographs from the early 1990's including alumni pictures. Many of them are identified.|
|Special Events: Photographs, 1992-1993||MC2004/133 |
Special Events Photograph Collection, circa 1992 - 1993.
|Speicher, Tim: "Man and His Ideals"||MC2011/77 ||Man and His Ideals, Parts I and 2, with host, Tim Speicher, ltaking a look at the poor and minorities under U.S. bureaucracy through words and music. |
|Stine, Bertha Miller Neher||MC2004/635-2 |
Bertha Miller's correspondence from tour to Europe and the Holy Lands, 1927.
|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 Hanbook: For Non-Traditional and Commuter Students||Large Box 166b: Student Handbook Non-Tradtional and Commuter |
Student Handbooks: "Everything a Non-Traditional and/or Commuter Student Wants to Know About Manchester College (But Doesn't Know Where To Go To Ask) 1994-1995.
|Tagawa, Toyohiko: Photograph||Small Box 66: Kagawa Photograph |
Kagawa: The photograph that appears on page 116 of the book, "A Century of Faith, Learning and Service, Manchester College. " In 1936 the College hosted a major conference called "An Institute on Christian World Order," featuring Japanese peace activist Toyohiko Kagawa.
A biographical sketch by James E. Kiefer about Toyohiko Kagawa can be found on the internet. http://justus.anglican.org/resources/bio/143.html
|Tanimato, Kiyoshi: A Message of Warning and Hope||Convocation Tape #135: Tanimato, Kiyoshi |
Rev. Kiyoshi was a survivor of the bombing of Hiroshima and worked with victims of the bomb. He raised funds for the Hiroshima Maidens project in which women, severly burned by the bomb, received constructive surgery. He also raised funds for a peace center in Hiroshima. His message was delivered on 11 October 1982.
|The Frances Slocum Trail: Map||MC2007/161 ||The Frances Slocum Trail. Map Designed and drawn by Otho Winger and Ada Louise Duckwall. |
|Underground Publications: Morning Star||MC2002/160 ||Morning Star Newsletter Collection. This is a newsletter produced by Manchester College students, focusing on issues of social justice. |
|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.
|Women's Residence Organization / Association of Women Students (AWS)||MC2002/285 |
Women's Residence Organization and Association of Women Students collection of materials.
See Also: Oak Leaves, 30 April 1964 p.2; 7 May 1964 p.1; 14 May 1964 p.1; 8 October 1964 p.1; 19 November 1964 p.3; 10 December 1964 p.1; 14 January 1965 p.4; 25 February 1965 p.2; 18 March 1965 p.3
|Wong, Larry||MC2009/137 ||Wong, Larry Wong, Manchester College alumnus, Class of 1951. Speech, ""Every One of Them." |
|Wu, Ningkun||Box # 2 from the President's Office, Archives Vault. |
Wu, Ningkun. Manchester College alumnus, Class of 1949.
Box # 2 from the President's Office, Archives Vault.
|Wu, Ningkun: Convocation||Convocation Tape # 442: Wu, Ningkun |
International Week Convocation speaker, 31 October 1994, Dr. Ningkun Wu. 1948 Manchester Alumnus, author, profesor.
|Yasukawa, Mary K. Fujii||Alumni Box 187: Yasukawa, Mary K. Fujii |
Yasukawa, Mary K. Fujii Yasukawa, MC alumna, Class of 1946.
- "Home Without a Fence," by Mary Fujii, first place winner in the National Oratorical Contest for college women.
|Young, Andrew: Birthday Newspaper Articles||MC2008/205 ||Newspaper articles regarding Young's 75th birthday party. |
|Young, Andrew: Photograph||MC2008/125 ||Photographs of Andrew Young with students in Petersime lounge. |
|Young, Andrew: There's a New World Coming||Alumni Box 187: Jean Childs Young |
Excerpts from "There's a New World Coming," Andrew Young.
See Also: Manchester College Bulletin, October 1978 p.1.
|Young, Jean Childs||Alumni Box 187: Young, Jean Childs |
Materials relating to MC alumna, Jean Childs Young and her husband Andrew Young.