|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|Administrative Committee: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/321 ||Administrative Committee--Minutes of Meetings |
|Advancement: Fundraising - March of Progress||MC2004/314 ||A. Blair Helman Papers: March of Progress fundraising campaign of the 1950's. |
|Advancement: Weaver, Welcome||MC2008/10 |
Welcome Weaver, Manchester College alumnus, Class of 193.
Welcome Weaver: President's Club program celebrating Welcome Weaver, his family, and Weaver Popcorn.
|Albaugh, H. P.||MC2002/104c ||Photo and description of presidency. Copy of newspaper article describing career following service at Manchester College. |
|Associated Colleges of Indiana||MC2004/287 ||Associated Colleges of Indiana correspondence. |
|Associated Colleges of Indiana||MC2004/313 |
Correspondence, photograph, statement against Universal Military Training.
Resolution from Indiana Conference of Higher Education stating its recommendation against universal military training.
Photograph: A. Blair Helman receiving keys to station wagon from Chrysler plant manager, now in photograph file folder MC2007/145.
|Basketball, Women's 1993 - 1994 - 1995: Photographs||File Folder #13 |
1993 - 1994 - 1995 Women's Basketball photograph:
1993 - 1994 Women's Basketball team photograph with Interim President Butterbaugh.
Photo including Grimes, Hamberg, Buckles and Underwood.
1994 - 1995 Women's Basketball team photograph circa 1994 - 1995 with President Parker Marden.
|Batdorf, Kay||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Batdorf, Kay ||Material related to Kay Batdorf. |
|Bixler, Edward||MC2002/104d |
Edward C. Bixler served as Manchester College's president from 1910-1911. He also taught Latin and Greek.
|Brethren Colleges Abroad: A Blair Helman Papers||MC2004/295 |
|1||1961/62-1966/67, includes document entitled, "A Proposal for an Undergraduate Study Abroad program to be Undertaken Cooperatively by the Six Church of the Brethren Colleges."|
|5||Special Report, 1979|
|Burke, Eldon||MC2008/68 |
Eldon Burke Collection (Part B):
1. One "Oak Leaves, March Breezes," 1920.
2. One class reunion photo circa 1923?
3. Old Manchester College photos from the early 1920's. Mostly are unidentified. Some are campus scenes and photos from a dramatic production.
4. One "Expression Recital" program, 1921 with a handwritten note from Professor Ken and Mrs. Viona Brown.
5. Postcard of President Otho Winger captioned, "Commander-in-Chief.
|Butterbaugh, Edgar||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Butterbaugh, Edgar |
See also: Manchester College Bulletin July 1975 p.4.
|Butterbaugh, Edgar||MC2002/104e ||Material related to Edgar Butterbaugh. |
|C.W. Holl: Speech ||MC2004/316 ||A. Blair Helman: C.W. Holl speech. |
|Cawood, Carl: Fundraising Records||MC2004/360 ||Carl Cawood's records of field calls, dated 1987. |
|Centennial Interviews: President Helman||Media Cabinet: Helman Interviews ||Centennial Interviews: 1987 - 1988 interviews of President Helman. 1988 |
|Central States Colleges Association: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/293 ||A. Blair Helman: Central States Colleges Association Collection. |
|Chinese Book Presented to Dr. Winger by Hung Nien Cheng ||MC2011/95 |
One beautifully bound Chinese book with silk cover and gold flecked case presented to Dr. Winger by Hung Nien Cheng (President of Chi-nan University, see MC201194a,b). The book appears to be similar to MC2011/94a,b in content, but this is an elaborate edition. The subject appears to be the history of China, or an area in China, and contains fabulous architectural illustrations and photographs.
|College Women's Club: "An Evening With the First Ladies"||MC2011/69 ||College Women's Club: "An Evening With the First Ladies," 14 April 1976. The past presidents of the College Women's Club give their reflections. In 1976 the Timbercrest Retirement Community was the residence of 7 women who were past presidents of the College Women's Club. Four of these women were presidents 50 or more years previously. |
|College Women's Club: Interview with Pat and Blair Helman, 1986||MC2011/68 ||The College Women's Club interviews Pat and A. Blair Helman after the presidential couple's 30 years of service, 12 March 1986. |
|Contact Sheets 1980's: Photographs||MC2008/139a,b |
Photograph Contact Sheet (Scott Mcalpine, photographer) from 1985 - 1989 including classroom and sports scenes and images of faculty and students. Many individuals have been identified.
|Cordier, Andrew: Photographs||MC2008/60 |
Photographs of Andrew Cordier.
|Crouch, Eugene M.||MC2002/104g |
Material related to Eugene M. Crouch who served Manchester College as Professor of Mathematics, Latin, English, Greek, New Testament Greek and also as President (1901 -1910). Eugene Crouch began teaching at Manchester College in 1895, his career at the institution stretching from 1895-1910. He died on March 18, 1941.
See Also: President Young's wife wrote a history of the Young Brothers' purchase of Manchester College. There are imperfections in spelling, but it appears as if Professor Crouch is mentioned in this history and it would be worth a researcher's read. The history is located in the Young files in the MC General Filing Cabinet under Faculty/Staff: Young.
|Dances: Budgets||MC2003/18 ||Presidential Ball Collection: Budgets |
|Dances: Poster||MC2004/342 |
Presidential Ball Poster-1991.
|Department of Public Instruction: Annual Reports, Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/290 |
Department of Public Instruction Annual Report Collection from the A. Blair Helman Papers:
Manchester College's reports, submitted from 1931 until 1959.
File 1. 1931-1944
File 2 . 1945-1959
|Education Department: Helman, A. Blair Papers ||MC2004/335 ||A. Blair Helman: Education Department correspondence and meeting minutes 1958-1967. |
|Faculty and Staff" PR Photograph Collection||MC2007/228 A - BG ||Photographs of faculty, trustees, etc. from their College Advancement, PR files.|
|Faculty Meeting Minutes, 1943-1949: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/326 |
Selected Faculty Meeting Minutes, 1943-1949.
|Faculty, Trustees, Etc.: Photographs ||MC2007/228 |
Photographs of faculty, trustees, etc. from their College Advancement, Public Relations files.
Estate planning, church giving, annual fund, phonathon.
|Fundraising Campaign: Focus on the Seventies||MC2004/292 ||Focus on the Seventies Collection: Two campaign brochures and two campaign reports. |
|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.
|Helman Tapes: Centennial Interview with Tim Jones 1988||MC2011/62 |
A Manchester College Centennial Interview with President Helman on 8 June 1988 by Timothy Jones.
|Helman Tapes: Centennial Interview with Tim Jones Part 1 and 2||MC2011/64a,b ||Centennial interview with President A. Blair Helman by Tim Jones, May 1988 accessioned as MC20211/64a,b. The third interview is accessioned as MC2011/62 and was recorded on 8 June 1988. |
|Helman Tapes: Exit Interview 30 April 1986 ||MC2011/63 ||Student George Boudreau's interview with President A. Blair Helman on 30 April 1986. |
|Helman Tapes: Exit Interview with A. Blair and Patricia at Tall Oaks ||MC2011/66 ||Helman Tapes: A. Blair Helman and Patricia Helman are interviewed in Tall Oaks in 1986 by student, George Boudreau. |
|Helman Tapes: Movie Awards||MC2011/61 ||Mrs. Patricia Helman presents the Helman Movie Awards, "Stars Fell in September." Dr. David Waas, Master of Ceremonies. The "Oakey Awards," in honor of people whose talent and creativity has brought us entertainment throughout the years. A comedic spoof. |
|Helman Tapes: Retirement Part 1, 2 and 3||MC2011/65a,b |
Three cassette tapes with tributes to A. Blair Helman upon his retirement and corresponing CDs.
|Helman, A. Blair||1986 Commencement, Digital Media ||A. Blair Helman, Commencement 1986. |
|Helman, A. Blair and Family||Manchester College General File: Faculty/Staff, Helman |
President A. Blair Helman general file containing an assortment of articles and materials about A. Blair, Pat (A. Blair's wife) and the Helman daughters.
A. Blair Helman served as Manchester College's president from 1956-1986. Helman Hall is named in his honor.
|Helman, A. Blair and Patricia: Photographs ||MC2007/145 |
A. Blair Helman: Photo Collection containing images of A. Blair and Patricia Helman, including A. BLair receiving keys to station wagon from manager of Chryselr plant [MC2007/145].
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: Audit Reports||MC2002/2f ||A. Blair Helman Papers (MC2002/2) |
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: College evaluations||MC2004/296 ||CSCA Manchester Visitation report, Institutional Functioning Inventory (1971), doctorate recipients by baccalaureate sources. |
|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: Miscellaneous Correspondence Collection ||MC2004/458 |
A. Blair Helman: Correspondence containing 33 files of letters arranged alphabetically by correspondents' last names.
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: Testimony ||MC2004/298 ||"Testimony at the Hearing of the Subcommittee on Education, Arts, and Humanities of the Senate labor and Human Resources Committee," dated 9 September 1985. |
"Testimony before The Intergovernmental Advisory Council on Education," dated 20 September 1984.
"Reaction to Update of Indiana Plan at Governor's Conference for University Trustees," dated 9 January 1986.
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: Tuition exchange program||MC2004/294 |
Tuition Exchange Program
- File 1 through 1969/70
- File 2 1970/71-1973/74
|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 Central Region Correspondence||MC2004/312 ||Correspondence between President Helman and members of the Central Region Board of the Church of the Brethren, etc. |
|Helman, A. Blair: Faculty/Staff Collection||MC2002/104i |
A. Blair Helman:Inauguration programs, 25th anniversary info, biographical info, photos, correspondence, anniversary celebration program, Blair Helman Papers-The Indiana Academy 2002/2e. Newspaper clippings of Helman's career and retirement, including newspaper photo with Andrew Young.
See also: A. Blair Helman Papers MC2002/2.
|Helman, A. Blair: Letters of Nomination for the University of Kansas Distinguished Service Citation, 1997||MC2011/170 |
Letter nominating A. Blair Helman for the Univeresity of Kansas Distinguished Service Citation written by Jo Young Switzer, 1996.
Completed Nominating Form and Biographical Outline.
Supporting Letters for Nomination.
|Helman, A. Blair: Speeches and Addresses||MC2011/167 ||Addresses authored and delivered by President A. Blair Helman were found in the Archives vault by the Archivist. Eight of the speeches are not identified as being Helman's but they are clearly composed in Helman's writing style. Also, they had been stacked with Helman speeches that do identify Helman as author either through label or content. It is the Archivist's belief that all of the writings are those of A. Blair Helman. |
|Helman, A. Blair: Tributes||MC2011/159 |
- An assortment of materials pertaining to President A. Blair Helman, Including:
Letter of retirement to the Board of Trustees, April 1985.
- Nomination materials for the Council on International Educational Exchange Award.
- Vernon Schwalm correspondence.
- Helman, Member of theThe Indiana Academy, elected 9 June 1987.
- Presentation of Doctor of Humane Letters degree to President Helman, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1981.
- Also in this folder are items from Kay Batdorf, Andrew Cordier, Vernon Schwalm, Sarafian, President, University of LaVerne and President William Robinson, etc.
|Helman: A. Blair Helman Letter to William Robinson||MC2003/235 ||A. Blair Helman: Letter from Blair Helman dated 15 January 2003 regarding Bill Robinson's book, Leading People from the Middle. |
|Helman: A. Blair Helman: Genealogy||MC2003/328 ||Alfred Blair and Patricia Ann Kennedy Helman Genealogy |
|Helman: President Helman Retirement Booklet||MC2003/251 |
A. Blair Helman: Retirement booklet
|Helman: Recorded Interviews with A. Blair Helman and Patricia Helman. ||Media Cabinet: Helman Interview |
Recorded interviews with A. Blair Helman and patricia Helman.
For additional A. Blair and Patricia Helman information, see also: Buildings--President's Residence-Bond Street; Buildings--Tall Oaks; Guide Lines v.1:1 (January 1960) p.1; Gospel Messenger 5 May 1945 p.9; Manchester College Bulletin September 1975 p.4; October 1975 p.6, 7; July 1976 p.7; October 1977 p.10; Oak Leaves 13 October 1960 p.1; Photo Box 41
|Homecoming Photograph Collection||MC2004/126 |
Homecoming Photograph Collection
Primarily black and white pictures, photographed by Scott McAlpine at Homecoming 1992 (10/17)
|Howe, David N.||MC2002/104j |
President David N. Howe: Photo, biographical info, news article.
Delilah Howe. President David Howe's first wife who died on campus in Bumgerdner Hall. She is buried next to David in the Roselawn Cemetery (Manchester College). For newspaper article about her incredible death and funeral see David N. Howe in the MC General File: Faculty/Staff, Howe.
MC General File: Faculty/ Staff, Howe
- Copy of "A Word for Jesus," lyrics by Professor D. N.l Howe.
|Howe, President: Photograph, 1919||MC2004/693-1 ||President David N. Howe: This picture appears to have been taken the same day as Howe's photo with President Otho Winger in 1919, see "A Century of Faith, Learning and Service," pgs. 12 & 13. Howe came to commencement in 1919, thirty years after he had founded the school. Otho Winger sent him money to pay traveling expenses. |
|Howe, President: Photographs||MC2008/59 ||Miscellaneous photographs of President Howe. |
|Ice Cream Social: Records and Butterbaugh Event||MC2002/139 ||Ice Cream Social records and Interim President, Edgar Butterbaugh's farewell. |
|Ikenberry, L. D.||Faculty Staff Boxes: Ikenberry, L. D. |
Material relating to L. D. Ikenberry.
|Ikenberry, L. D.||MC General File: Faculty/Staff |
Material regarding L. D. Ikenberry [Levi Daniel] who between 1900 and 1943,taught mathematics, science, astronomy, pedagogy, geology, and served as treasurer, vice president, and acting president of Manchester College. Ikenberry Hall was named in his honor. He died on December 29, 1957.
Interview of Wilbur Dunbar by Ferne Baldwin regarding Wilbur's Grandfather, L. D. Ikenberry. Personal letter telling stories about his grandfather.
|Independent Colleges and Universities of Indiana 1968 - 1972: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/288 |
Independent Colleges and Universities of Indiana:
File 1 Correspondence, 1968-1969.
File 2 Correspondence, 1969-1972.
See Also: Indiana Association of Church-Related and Independent Colleges.
|Indiana Association of Church-Related and Independent Colleges 1954 - 1968: Helman, A. Blair Papers ||MC2004/289 ||Indiana Association of Church-Related and Independent Colleges: Correspondence, 1954-1968 |
|Jo Young Switzer: Newspaper Articles About Presidency||MC2007/7 ||Newspaper articles announcing Jo Young Switzer's presidency. |
|King, Martin Luther: Response to Campus Visit||MC2011/151 |
Correspondence to and from President A. Blair Helman on the decision to invite Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to be a guest on the Manchester College campus.
|Kriebel, C. E.||MC General File: Faculty/Staff, Kriebel ||Excerpts from the book, "A Far Journey," describing the events in an immigrant's life as it was influenced by C.E.Kriebel and 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 and the Church of the Brethren||MC2009/151 |
Church Relations - objectives, resources, and implementation.
|Manchester College Written Histories Collection||MC2003/125 || Manchester College Written Histories Collection, including picnic- basket story of President Howe. |
|Manchester College: Presidents' Appointment Books||MC2005/16 |
Manchester College Presidents' appointment calendars, 1956-2005.
See Also: Winger and Schwalm appointment books in Archives' vault, filing cabinets.
|Marden, Parker||MC2002/104n |
President Parker Marden:
- Six speeches, general info, correspondence, News from MC (newsletter).
- Congratulations correspondence from other institutions (at time of inauguration).
- Parker Marden's articles that were featured in The Indianapolis Star and The Wabash Plain Dealer.
- January 1996 letter to students from Parker Marden.
|Marden, Parker||MC2007/126 |
Parker Marden: Correspondence, emailings to faculty and staff.
|Marden, Parker: Chamber of Commerce Parade||MC2003/260 ||Photo: President Parker Marden on Chamber of Commerce Parade Float. |
|Marden, Parker: Honorary Doctorate, 2004||MC2007/125 |
One folder containing the program highlighting Dr. Parker Marden as a recipient of an honorary doctorate degree from Martin University, Indianapolis, Indiana, January 18, 2004.
|Marden, Parker: Newspaper Article, 2000||MC General File: Faculty/Staff, Marden ||Newspaper article related to Parker Marden, "MC President Hits the Road," 25 July 2000. |
|Marden, Parker: Paper on Education||MC General File: Faculty/Staff, Marden ||Paper by Parker Marden: "New Balances Between Schooling and Education: A View of Quality in Higher Education From One of the Trenches," by Parker G. Marden. |
|Marken, Parker: Celebration of Presidency, DVD||MC2006/11 ||Parker Marden: "A Celebration of His Presidency" DVD-R by Manchester College |
|Mount Morris College and Academy: Graduation 1914||MC2011/142 ||A segment of the Mount Morris Index, 4 June 1914 featuring baccalaureate and commencement exercises at Mount Morris College along with a photograph of faculty and a description of their individual summer plans. |
|Natural Sciences Division 1958-1967: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/334 ||A. Blair Helman papers related to the Natural Sciences Division 1958-1967: Correspondence. |
|Neher, O. W. Collection: Mount Morris College||MC2011/210 |
O. W. Neher served as Acting President at Mount Morris College following the presidency of Professor W. W. Peters and prior to that of C. Ernest Davies. His dates at Mount Morris spanned from 1924-1932. When a fire forced Mount Morris to close its doors and merge with Manchester College, Neher came to Manchester and taught Biology from 1932-1954.
For additional material regarding O. W. Neher, see: Manchester College Bulletin ,January 1977 p.10. Faculty File in Vault containing confidential information. The public segment of this file contains Neher's obituary, memorial service and remarks by President Helman, as well as Neher's sermon "Nature and God."
|Notes from the President of Manchester College December 2004 - December 2006 ||MC2009/88 |
Notes from the President, one set from December 2004 - December 2006.
Printed Notes from the President can be found in the Archives Office, bottom right shelf.
|Notes from the President, January 2007 - December 2008 ||MC2010/6 |
Notes from the President, one set from January 2007 - December 2008.
Printed Notes from the President can be found in the Archives Office, bottom right shelf.
|Peace Studies: Deeter, Allen||MC2009/185 |
Peace Studies Materials Including Helman and Deeter Articles.
President A. Blair Helman's, "The Peace Studies Program: Retrospect and Prospect."
Professor Allen C. Deeter's, "Pioneering in Peace Education in the Church Colleges."
- Fellowship of Reconcilliation events (folder #7).
- "America's Post-War Foreign Policy."
- "Towards a World Organism, Specific Proposals for - an integrated, functional approach to world organization - and for creative technics of building world unity and understanding. This much we could achieve by 1960," by Kenneth Ives.
- "From UMT To Peace," by E. Paul Weaver, Chairman Commission on National Legislation, Indiana Council of Churches, Mexico, Indiana.
Bookmark, "Please Remember, Bombs Are Made To Kill People."
Clipping, "Sobbing, Fainting Mark Realistic War Rehearsal..."
|Pep Band Support||MC2007/53 |
The year prior to September 1994, students had organized a volunteer pep Band that played at football and basketball games. The Pep Band was continued in 1994. Butterbaugh agreed to raise money to furnish the Band with sport shirts and jackets. This letter requests that recipients contribute $100 each to defray the cost of shirts and jackets.
1. Pep Band letter from Edgar Butterbaugh, Chair, Board of Trustees and Former Trombone Player.
|Photographs of Faculty, Trustees, Etc. From College Advancement, PR files||MC2007/228 |
Photographs of faculty, presidents, trustees, etc. from College Advancement, PR files.
|Presidential Search 1985: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/311 |
Some of these materials may be confidential. Inquire with Archivist. Presidential search 1985
- A. Blair Helman, Manchester College President Emeritus, served as president from 1956-1986.
- William Robinson served as president from 1986-1994.
- Documents include: "Progress Report on Planning for an Orderly and Responsible Transition of Leadership," letter of resignation, and position announcement.
|Presidents, Faculty, Trustees, Etc.: Photographs ||MC2007/228 |
Photographs of Presidents, Faculty, Trustees, etc. from College Advancement, PR files.
|Racial Tension 1969 - 1976: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/324 |
A. Blair Helman Papers referring to racial tension at Manchester College.
|Roanoke Classical Seminary: Photographs ||MC2007/115-1, 115-2, 115-3, 115-4 |
Roanoake Classical Seminary Photographs and brief history including President David N. Howe.
Photograph of Otho Winger and D. N. Howe from "The Kintner Collection."
Photo of girls in the Roanoke Academy gymnasium costume.
|Roanoke Classical Seminary: Photographs||MC2007/115-1 |
Photographs of Roanoke Classical Seminary in Roanoke, Indiana. The institution was founded by Professor F. S. Reefy in 1860 and construction began in the spring of 1861. Many of its students later became prominent individuals. Roanoke was described as the "Athens of Northern Indiana. Included in a picture of Otho Winger and D. N. Howe from "The Kintner Collection."
|Robinson, William: Inauguration, Worship Service Bulletin||MC2010/187 ||1986 Inaugural Celebration of William Robinson at Manchester College: Worship Service Bulletin |
|Schwalm Hall: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/331 ||Correspondence related to the planning of Schwalm Hall, 1960. |
|Schwalm, V. F.: Speeches and Reports||MC2004/317 ||V.F. Schwalm speeches and reports. |
|Schwalm, Vernon F.: Autobiography and Related Materials||MC2011/160 |
- Draft of President Vernon F. Schwalm's autobiography.
- "The Development of the Sciences at Manchester College, a historical statement given at the dedication of the Hall of Science, 1960.
- Retirement plan and life insurance.
- Remarks made by A. Blair Helman at Schwalm's memorial service.
- MC Bulletin honoring Schwalm and giving his history.
- Correspondence between Schwalm and President Helman.
- Student Death in Library - correspondence between Schwalm and Helman.
|Schwalm, Vernon F.: Diploma, Honorary Degree||MC2004/189 |
Schwalm, Vernon F.:
"Indiana Institute of Technology: Know all men by these presents, That in recognition of his Distinguished attainments the Faculty of Indiana Institute of Technology with the approbation of the Board of Trustees, through the authority in them vested by the State of Indiana, has conferred upon Vernon F. Schwalm the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humanities with all of the rights, honors and privileges thereto appertaining...." 1963.
|Schwalm, Vernon F.: Diploma, Honorary Degree||MC2004/190 ||Diploma for honorary degree received by Schwalm in 1943 [?]. |
|Schwalm, Vernon F.: Drafrt of Autobiography||MC2011/156 ||A draft of Vernon Schwalm's autobiography, Chapter V, "Return to Manchester." |
|Schwalm, Vernon F.: Inauguration Invitation List and Responses||MC2011/161 ||Packet of materials containing invitation lists for President Vernon Schwalm's inauguration as President of Manchester College. Also included are acceptance cards and letters of congratulations. |
|Schwalm, Vernon F.: Personal Correspondence||MC2011/153 |
Personal correspondence of Vernon F. Schwalm, President Emeritus, Manchester College.
|Schwalm, Vernon F.: Reports to Board of Trustees, Report from Curricular Revision Committee, Development Program, 1941 - 1947||MC2011/154 |
"The Liberal Arts Tradition," chapel talk given in the McPherson College Chapel 6 January 1941 by Vernon F. Schwalm, three days before his election as President of Manchester College.
Preident's Report 24 February 1941.
Report to Board of Trustees, 20 Marcy 1942.
Report to the Board of Trustees 23 March 1945.
President's Report, March 1946.
Report from Curricular Revision Committee to the President and Faculty, 26 March 1946.
Report to the Board of Trustees 26 September 1947.
To the Board of Trustees - Manchester College - Fall Report, 1948.
Report to the Trustees, 19-20 March, 1948.
Development Program for the College, 1948.
President's Report to the Board of Trustees, Fall, 1949.
President's Report: 1949, to the Board of Trustees.
|Schwalm, Vernon: Book on Otho Winger||MS2007/105 ||Vernon F. Schwalm: Book, "Otho Winger," by V. F. Schwalm, with hand-written inscription to Schwalm's wife. |
|Schwalm, Vernon: Presidential Inauguration Program||MC2004/33 |
Two programs of Schwalm's inauguration as President of Manchester College, dated 8 November 1941.
|Schwalm, Vernon: Vernon and Artist with Oil Portrait||MC2008/119 |
Photographs of Vernon F. Schwalm with his portrait and possibly the artist.
MC2009/77 one photograph of President and Mrs. Schwalm looking at portrait.
|Slides, An Assortment||MC2010/77 |
This is a true assortment of slides including but absolutely not limited to:
Campus and building shots, recruitment and publicity photos, construction, students and January term trips 1996, theater, radio station, Homecoming 1994, High School Band Day, children's gymnastics, Planned Giving presentation, fountain, Mexico Indiana Old Folks Home, Historic black and white shots including football, track, fountain, student with globe.
|Smoking Policy 1968 - 1972: Helman, A. Blair Papers ||MC2004/325 |
Correspondence, proposals, and petitions regarding Manchester College's smoking policy, 1968-1972.
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.
|Switzer, Jo Young: Inauguration Materials||MC2007/136-1, 136-2, 136-3 ||Materials in preparation for and pertaining to the inauguration of Manchester College President, Jo Young Switzer. |
|Switzer, Jo Young: Inauguration Media, Correspondence, Reflections||MC2004/732 ||Media releases, personal reflections on presidency.. |
|Tennis: Photographs||Photo Box 19a, File Folder #2b |
- 1940's (?) and 1950's (?) coed tennis
- Former Manchester College alumnus, President Ed Butterbaugh, as a student on the tennis team.
|Ulrey, Russel||MC2003/124 ||Russel Ulrey memorabilia. |
|Video: Helman Celebration, "Faith, Learning, Service, A Commitment Recalled"||MC2011/67 ||A video labeled "Helman Celebration," is actually titled, "Faith, Learning, Service, a Commitment Recalled," and was probably part of the festivities prepared for President Helman's retirement. |
|Wine, Norman: Photograph||MC2010/126 ||The archivist believes this is a photograph of Norman Wine, long-time trustee and MC alumnus. He is seated to the viewer's left of the podium, in glasses. The archivist also believes that President Vernon Schwalm is seated to the viewer's right of the podium, also in glasses. |
|Winger, Ida||MC2004/688-1 |
Memorial to Mrs. Otho Winger, Ida Winger, written by Alice King Ebey.
See more material about Ida in a book written by Otho Winger about his wife, "In Memory of Ida Miller Winger," by Otho Winger.
|Winger, Ida, Winger Otho: Letter from Egypt, 1928||MC2004/635-14 ||Ida Winger's letter to family from Port Said, Egypt, 1928. |
|Winger, Otho||MC2002/104u |
Large box filled with Otho Winger materials.
|Winger, Otho||MC General File: Faculty/Staff, Winger, Large Collection |
File with related Otho Winger material including but not limited to vignettes, letters, and Winger's writing about Native Americans as well as his close relationship with the Miami Nation.
|Winger, Otho and Schwalm, Vernon: Presidents Files and Other Resources||Winger and Schwalm: Additional Resources |
Personal and confidential files and materials related to President Otho Winger and Vernon Schwalm are located in the Vault (IIS) in older metal filing cabinet drawers.
|Winger, Otho and Winger, Ida||MC2009/138 ||"Letters of Love, Ida Miller and Otho Winger," transposed by Lou Ann McKimmy. |
|Winger, Otho and Winger, Ida: Christmas Family Postcard||MC2004/635-31 ||Christmas postcard with Otho Winger family house on recto. |
|Winger, Otho and Winger, Ida: Family Letter Before Tour, 1927||MC2004/635-4 ||Otho and Ida Winger's first letter to family aboard the American Merchant 15 minutes before departure, 1927. |
|WInger, Otho and Winger, Ida: France, 1928||MC2004/635-23 ||Otho and Ida Winger's letters (one from each) written in Strausburg, France, 15 June 1928. |
|Winger, Otho and Winger, Ida: Letters From Sea||MC2004/635-30 ||Otho and Ida Winger's letters (one from each) written from aboard S. S. American Merchant, during their first days at sea...."P.S. Neither typewriter nor pen can describe the 4 1/2 days experience with a rolling, pitching sea and stomache. Glad to be better!" |
|Winger, Otho and Winger, Ida: Letters on Route to India, 1928||MC2004/635-15 |
Ida and Otho Winger's letters on route to India from port Said, Egypt, 1928, including a luncheon menu and envelope from the trip.
|Winger, Otho and Winger, Ida: Memorabilia from Foreign Trip||MC2004/635-22a,b |
Letters and momentos from Otho and Ida's foreign excursion.
|Winger, Otho and Winger, Ida: Wedding Announcement, 1902||MC2004/635-32 ||Wedding announcement for Otho and Ida Winger, 1902. |
|Winger, Otho and Winger, Otto: Retirement Plans and McPherson College Correspondence||MC2002/2b |
Correspondence between Otho Winger and the Manchester College Board of Trustees, especially regarding the retirement of Winger and his brother, J.O. Winger.
Correspondence between Otho Winger and students and administration of McPherson College, 1924-1934.
|Winger, Otho: Family Christmas Card, 1937||MC2007/44 |
1937 Christmas Card with Otho Winger family photo and note on verso.
|Winger, Otho: Picture of a Photograph||MC2007/153 ||Photo of photograph: Portrait of President Otho Winger |
|Winger, Otho: Promotional Brochure||MC2009/79 ||Promotional Brochure on Otho Winger as Preacher, Educator, Lecturer, Traveler, Author, Author on Indian History. |
|Winger, Otho: Silver Anniversary of President Winger, 1936||MC2007/103 ||The Silver Anniversary...of Otho Winger, President of Manchester College." Program for Silver Anniversary Week culminating in graduation of students on 29 May 1936. |
|Winger, Otho: The Silver Book, Pageant, 1935 and 1936||MC2006/39 |
"The Silver Book," is the script for a pageant of pictured pages, the Silver Shadow Series of Manchester Murals, musing Otho Winger, President of Manchester College and the growth of His school during twenty-five years of service from 1911 - 1936.
|Winger, Otho: Winger to Speak, 1926||MC2004/688-2 ||"Winger To Be Speaker Here," newspaper article, 1926. The Layman's organization of the Huntington Church of the Brethren arranged for President Winger to speak at their church. |
|Winger, President Otho: Collection||MC2010/200 |
Manchester College and Church of the Brethren related letters, pamphlets, photographs, Sunday school records, newspaper articles, interesting pieces of local and national history, diaries, wedding invitations, datebooks, publication agreements, resumes of applicants from the Albert Teaching Agency and more.