|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. |
|Bixler, Edward||MC2002/104d |
Edward C. Bixler served as Manchester College's president from 1910-1911. He also taught Latin and Greek.
|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.
|Centennial Interviews: President Helman||Media Cabinet: Helman Interviews ||Centennial Interviews: 1987 - 1988 interviews of President Helman. 1988 |
|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. |
|Dances: Budgets||MC2003/18 ||Presidential Ball Collection: Budgets |
|Dances: Poster||MC2004/342 |
Presidential Ball Poster-1991.
|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 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: 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
|Ice Cream Social: Records and Butterbaugh Event||MC2002/139 ||Ice Cream Social records and Interim President, Edgar Butterbaugh's farewell. |
|Manchester College Written Histories Collection||MC2003/125 || Manchester College Written Histories Collection, including picnic- basket story of President Howe. |
|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."
|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.
|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.
|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. |
|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.