|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|African American Presenters on Campus||MCGeneral File: African American ||List of African American leaders and individuals who have spoken or performed on campus. |
|Augsburger, David: Speaker||MC2011/84a,b |
The reel-to-reel tape box is labeled "Augsburger," 1/18/1979. Sometimes the label on the box does not match the presentation, and since the speaker on the tape was not introduced, it is impossible for the Archivist to verify the identity of the speaker. The speaker talks about multiple binds and double binds.
A second box [MC2011/84b] is labeled "110 ft. more of Augsburger 1-18-79" and it is the same individual. This is rather certainly two tapes by the speaker David Augsburger.
|Bond, Julian||MC2008/126 |
One photograph of Georgia state legislator,Julian Bond, when he was on campus.
See Also: Oak Leaves, April 11, 1972.
|C #289A: Coffin, Dr. Wm. Sloane||Convocation Tape #289A ||Dr. William Sloane Coffin gives the "Faith Centennial Lecture" on 5 March 1989. |
|Chisholm, Congresswoman Shirley||MC2011/2 ||Two DVDs made from the original U-Matic videocassette tape. Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm gave the address, "Changing Patterns in an Era of Risk" at Manchester College. Ms. Chisholm spoke in Cordier Auditoriu on the Manchester College campus on 27 October, 1978. |
|Christian World Order||MC2007/92 |
A Forum Institute on Christian World Order, 1936.
See Also: Poster for this event MC2009/106.
|Clark, Joe||MC2002/51 |
Information on Joe Clark's visit to Manchester College and biographical information.
|Commencement 1973: Address by Dr. Irwin Miller and Alumni Awards ||MC2010/184 |
Wabash Plain Dealer article, 21 May 1973, "Success Slump, Tells Graduates." Dr. J. Irwin Miller was the commencement speaker for the 1973 Commencement. This article recaps Miller's address and also reports on a silent student protest.
Another article on the same page states four recipients of the "Outstanding Alumni Award."
|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 #30: Aronson, "Jewish Value in Song"||MC2011/14 ||A convocation presentation by Joe and Penny Aronson," Jewish Value in Song," 2 December 1976. |
|Convocation #54: Jackson, Colin, "The World in Crisis"||MC2011/32, Convocation # 54 ||Colin Jackson presentation, "The World in Crisis," dated 2 November 1978. |
|Convocation: Kozol, Jonathan, 1980||MC2011/29 ||8 April 1980 Convocation with Jonathan Kozol, a public schooteacher who spoke out about inadequate conditions for learning. He authored, Death at an Early Age: The Destruction of the Hearts and Minds of Negro Children in the Boston Public Schools,first published in 1967. |
|Convocation: Lens, Sidney,1967 and Schedule for Convocation and Fine Arts Series, Summer 1969||MC2010/150 |
Schedule for Convocation and Fine Arts Series, Summer 1969.
Transcript of Sidney Lens Convocation, 6 April 1967.
|Oak Leaves: Special Issues||MC2009/96a,b,c,d |
Special issues of the Oak Leaves.
1. MC2009/96a: 7 March 1925 edition featuring editor and student Harry Lynn Sheller on pg. 2.
2. MC2009/96b: 11 March 1925 edition featuring the heating plant and speaker Dr. Ira Landrith.
3. MC2009/96c: 8 January 1948 edition featuring "(Carl) Sandburg Here Tonight."
4. MC2009/96d: 26 March 1953 edition featuring "Jean Childs To Reign As May Queen."
|Public Relations: Assorted Files||MC2009/32 |
Assorted Files from Public Relations - 1962 through1998.
|Special Events Photograph Collection, circa 1992 - 1993||MC2004/133 |
Special Events Photograph Collection, circa 1992 - 1993.
|Wells, Charles||MC2011/47 ||Charles Wells, founder of the news service, "Between the Lines," presents an evening lecture. His appearance was not part of the Church Leaders Conference but his presentation coincided with the conference. |
|Wooden, Morris: Republican Candidate for State Auditor, Speaks at Manchester College||MC2010/129 |
Copy of November 1994 "The Paper" article in which Morris Wooden, Republican candidate for State Auditor, speaks at Manchester College.
|Young, Andrew||MC2011/1 ||Two DVDs made from the original U-Matic videocassette tape. At the time the address was given, Andrew Young was U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. He was the husband of Manchester alumna, Jean Childs Young. Young had been active in the Civil Rights movement working next to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Young went on to be Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia. |