|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|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.
|Academic Affairs||MC2009/97a-d |
Materials from the Office of Academic Affairs transferred to the Archives July 2009.
|Academic Affairs: Materials Transfer July 2009 ||MC2009/97a,b,c,d |
MC2009/97a: Science Center construction reports, minutes, design, finance, etc. Winger Hall Renovation. MSKTD
MC2009/97b: Social Work Accreditation, Institutional Research, APC Minutes, Library renovation 1999.
MC2009/97c: Files of former faculty and staff.
MC2009/97d: Files of Former faculty and staff and VIA information. Master of Arts in Contemporary Leadership. Dean's List of Honor Students 1995-2006. Kauffman Awards 1997-2003. Dean's Student Scholarship Symposium.
|Academic Policies||MC2003/131 |
An assortment of materials including but not limited to:
- Faculty meeting minutes 23 November 1920 - 6 November 1923.
- Edward Kintner's faculty meeting notes,15 December 1925
- Special requests by students, 1968.
- Assortment of materials [circa 1956 - 1978] that include:
- Changes within the Mathematics Department, 1978.
- Credit Hours produced by Faculty Fall 1984 through Fall 1986.
- Manchester College Analysis of Key Data including Student-Faculty ratio 1969-70 through 1984-1985.
- Cost/Revenue study letter for the Department of Home Economics, 1987, Accounting and Secretarial studies (Office Administration).
- New secondary education patterns related to state teacher certification requirements.
- Journalism teaching minor and teaching major requirements
- Pass/Fail Policy review 1973 and 1974.
- "The Manchester Plan, An Academic Program for the '70's."
- "Educational Frontiers Committee."
|Academic Policies, Faculty Minutes, Kintner: Education and Professional Programs Division ||MC2003/131 file#3 |
Academic Policies: 1920-1925.
Minutes of faculty meetings where policies regarding tardiness, absences, grading, credit hours, credit points, and incompletes were discussed. Dated 23 November 1920-6 November 1923.
Edward Kintner's handwritten notes from faculty meeting when he was faculty secretary, dated 15 December 1925.
Many other materials
|Administration Building||MC2004/310 ||Administration Building: Renovation correspondence |
|Administration Building: Chapel||MC2003/326 ||Administration Building: Photograph of Chapel Building. Back is stamped "J. B. Bixler Photo View Artist. North Manchester, Ind." |
|Administration Building: History||MC General File: Administration Building |
History of the Administration Building.
|Administration Building: Images on CD||MC2002/292 |
Administration Building Photograph Collection on CD-ROM. Early images from before Bumgerdner Hall was connected to the Bible School Building.
|Administration Building: Photographs ||MC2004/436 ||Administration Building Photograph Collection. |
|Administration Building: Photographs, 1928||MC2009/196 ||Administration Building: Photos from 1928. |
|Administration Building: Postcard||MC2003/97 |
Administration Building Postcard: Color photograph of front lawn and Administration Building. Labeled on back, "Administration Building, Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana, Founded 1889." Unused card.
|Administration Building: Postcard Collection||MC2004/445 |
Manchester College Administration Building Postcard Collection.
|Administration Building: Postcard, Pre-1921 View||MC2003/56 |
Administration Building: Pre-1921 Campus Views Postcard Collection
|Administration Building: Postcards||MC2003/59 ||Administration Building Postcard Collection. |
|Administration Building: Postcards||MC2003/59 |
Administration Building: Administration Building Postcard Collection
|Administration Building: Postcards||MC2004/7 |
Administration Building: Oversized College Avenue Postcard Collection
Manchester College Pictorial Bulletin, 1943.
Admissions 1977 - 1980: Everything You Wanted to Know About Manchester College.
Photographs: Special Events photograph collection
|Admissions: Brochure 1939||MC2004/210 ||Advertising brochure from 1939. |
|Admissions: Materials 1980's through 2009/2010||MC2012/85 - Contents Part One ||A wide assortment of Admissions materials circa the 1980's through 2009/2010. |
|Admissions: Materials 1989 - 2009||MC2012/85 - Contents Part Two |
A wide assortment of Admissions materials circa the 1980's through 2009/2010.
|Admissions: Posters||MC2009/71 ||MC2009/71-V,ta: Posters. 1981, "Junior Visitation Day," and (no year) "Juniors in High School, Your Invitation to Manchester College, April 28." |
|Admissions: Posters, Student Recruitment, January Term||MC2010/53 |
1. Folder labeled "miscellaneous assortment."
- CASE at Manchester College, newspaper article and special merit award, 1982 Mindpower Campaign. CASE stands for Coucil for Advancement and Support of Education.
- Fine Arts Week calendar, undated, including Peking Acrobats, Alpha Psi Omega One-Act Play Festival, Faculty Art Show with paintings by James R. C. Adams.
- January Term Opportunities at the Indiana Medical History Museum, Old Pathology Building. This was formerly given the accession number of MC 2003/113 #85 but paperwork was not completed.
- Manchester Activities Council banquet for MAC Officers and new members, 1991, including yearly calendar of events.
- The Charles and Cleda Zunkel Peacemaker Fund Presents, Rev. Dr. C. Wayne Zunkel, Manchester College alumnus, 1992. This poster was formerly given the accession number of MC2003/113 #114 but paperwork was not completed.
- Party with the O.O.P.S. Groundhogs, 1994.This poster was formerly given the accession number of 2003/114 #22 but paperwork was not completed.
2. Folder labeled, "Senior Sendoff," 1993 containing poster. Formerly MC2003/113 #42 but paperwork was not completed.
3. Folder labeled, "Centennial Auction," 1990 containing poster. Formerly MC2003/113 #32 but paperwork was not completed.
4. Folder labeled, "Manchester College Publicity," with posters.
- "Let each become all that he was created capable of being," by Thomas Carlyle.
- Folder with Manchester College map.
- Poster, "A Journey at Manchester College, Where we believe in preparation for a lifetime."
Advancement promotional materials, CD of the Groundbreaking and Dedication of the the Norman and Grace Wine Recital Hall, along with one old "key" that was found on campus.
Three "Stagebills, May 2001" from Carnegie Hall featuring the Manchester College A Cappella Choir.
Manchester College A Cappella Choir and Chamber Singers Concert Tour May 2001 CD .
Manchester College Concert Tour May 2001, CD and CD Master Copy.
"Celebrating the Vision, Manchester College," DVD.
"Celebrating the Vision, Manchester College," Commercial 1 - Adds Up, Commercial 2, - Not Stuffy DVD.
|Advancement: Manchester Fund Appeal, Fall 2012||MU2012/113 ||Copies of Students First! Just like it was for you, that's still how learning happens here. Brochures and flyers for the 2012 Fall Manchester Fund appeal. |
|Advancement: 1947 "Rotogravure, The News-Sentinel," ||MC2009/99a,b |
1947 photo spread from "The News-Sentinel" that features the Chime Tower, Oakwood Hall, student housing, tennis courts, trailers for married students, the radio station, Manchester College professors, the May Day queen, football players, and the Education/Professional Programs Division.
|Advancement: Assortment||ROSeptember2012/17 |
Advancement materials including but not limited to:
- Funderburg Library correspondence.
- The Next Step Campaign: Science Center, Union, Winger Recital Hall.
- 2010 - 2011 President's Report.
|Advancement: Assortment ||MU2012/96 ||A variety of materials from the Department of Advancement that was moved to the Archives during office relocations in the Summer of 2012. Alumni Days 2003. |
|Advancement: Fundraising||MC2009/141a-j |
A variety of funds and societies and fundraising events, including The Annual Fund 2008 as well as plans for the Science Center and Union renovation material as part of "the Next Step" campaign. Information for the President's Circle 2008. Stanley J. Gilbert, '66 piano dedication.
|Advancement: License Plates||MC2007/63 ||Publicity card for Manchester College license plate fundraising project. |
|Advancement: Miscellaneous||ROSeptemer2012/8 |
- Copies of appeals - Fiscal Year 2010-2011.
- Science Center - Groundbreaking pictures.
- Manchester Ladies Connect.
- History of College - first buildings on campus.
- Schwalm, autographed copy of "My Educational Pilgrimage."
- Otho Winger Society.
- One of a Kind items.
|Advancement: Miscellaneous Materials 2012||MU2013/1a and b |
Miscellanceous materials  from University Advancement; images and events.
|Advancement: The Next Step||MC2007/61 ||"The Next Step" strategy, goals, publicity material and timeline. |
|Advancement: The Next Step||MC2006/16 ||Brochures for fundraising of Science Center as part of "The Next Step!" "A Campaign to Strengthen Manchester College." |
|Advancement: The Next Step||MC2004/438 ||Union renovation part of "The Next Step" Campaign. |
|Advancement: The Next Step||MC2009/95 ||The Next Step! A Campaign to Strengthen Manchester College, Community-wide Celebration, Monday, April 20, 1998. Focus on the PERC. |
|African Art Collection: Photographic Record||MC2010/81 ||A partial photographic inventory of the Manchester College African Art Collection. that is currently stored in Holl-Kintner. Other images are found in the file, African Art and Museum Photo Record by J. Wine, located on the Archives, Scanned Images Drive. Even these photo records do not document the entire collection. There are frightening wooden masks with moveable jaws that have not been photographed. Time ran out before a complete documentation could be made. |
|Alford, Steve||MC2009/71-SP:Sports ||Steve Alford posters. |
|Alumni Association ||MC2003/88 ||Alumni Days Postcards |
|Alumni Association||MC2004/11 ||Alumni Days Postcard Collection |
|Alumni Association||MC2010/51 ||Office of Alumni Administration: AAFRO House / Intercultural Center Reunion, during Manchester College Homecoming, October, 2009, invitation card. |
|Alumni Association: Photographs||MC2004/133 |
Special Events Photograph Collection
|Alumni Days and Alumni Reunions||MC2002/9 ||Alumni Association Records. |
|Alumni Days: 2003 Photographs||MU2012/97 ||Photographs from Alumni Days, May 2003 with identification of many classes and alumni. |
|Alumni Days: May 2003, Contact Sheets||MU2012/92 ||Contact sheets of Alumni Days 29 and 30 May 2003, including alumni award recipients. |
|Architectural Plans||Vault: Architectural Plans ||Contact Archives Office to view architectural plans for many buildings on campus. |
|Art Department: Link Gallery||MC General File: Link Gallery |
Poster: Manchester College Annual Juried Student Art Show April 6 - May 4, 2009, painting, drawing, photography, ceramics.
Photography by Ed Rice.
|Assorted Pictures of Buildings, College Campus, Ceremonies, Students, May Day: Photographs||MC2010/14 |
A wide range of photographs of buildings, students, faculty and staff from the 1960's and 1970's. See the complete listing by linking to the accession page.
|Audobon Society: Newspaper Articles||MC General File: Audobon Society ||Newspaper articles related to area Audobon Society. Faculty and Staff of Manchester College are part of programs presented by the group. |
|Aurora: Photographs 2001||MC2004/408 |
Aurora Photograph Collection 2001. Many photographs are identified, including but not limited to:
Campus Ministry Board, photograph #84.
Manchester College Reconcilliation Services #81.
Photographs of international students #14, #16.
Amnesty International #13.
|Aurora: Photographs, 1992||MC2004/420 ||A variety of photographs of students taken for the Aurora of 1992. Many photographs are labeled. |
|Baccalaureate and Commencement: Activities 1938 ||MC2012/38 |
Invitation to Alumni Day and Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises May 1938.
Handwritten notes on verso describing elements and costs of building a house. Quite interesting.
|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.
|Baldwin, Ferne: Collection of Archivist Emerita||ROBaldwinBox2012/21 ||A collection assembled by Archivist Emerita, Ferne Baldwin, including: Photographs, publications, newspaper clippings, etc. This box has been somewhat placed in alphabetical order. SOme topics are Accreditation, Admissions, Alumni, Buildings, Christmas ....and topics continuing through FYC. |
|Basketball: Photographs, circa 1920's and 1950||MC2011/172 |
Earlier basketball photographs. Some images are identified.
|BCA House||Information: BCA House |
See Intercultural Center; Winger Hall, Ida.
|Bell Tower||MC2008/163 ||This early undated photograph was taken before the Chime Tower was constructed. The image is of a single bell in the tower of the Administration Building. A flag on top of the tower reads '04 (1904).|
|Bells Records||MC2002/24 ||The bells, which were a gift from the class of '39, signaled the beginnings and ends of classes in the Administration Building. The bells system is not to be confused with the college chime. The file contains general information. |
|Bible School||MC2004/661 |
Illustration of The Bible School as it appeared in 1895.
|Bill Eberly Collection: Church of the Brethren Materials||BC2011/25a-y |
See the accession page for a complete listing of this collection that deals with Indiana church history, Brethren meetings and annual conferences, sunday school materials and publications, images of Schreisheim, Germany (birthplace of Alexander Mack), Church of the Brethren anniversary materials, Brethren Service in Puerto Rico, Nathan Leopold, West Manchester Church of the Brethren and much more.
|Bill Eberly Collection: Manchester College||MC2011/221 |
Materials related to Manchester College including the diploma of Bill's father, John Eberly, Class of 1929.
|Biology Building||Biology Building: Additional Information ||See also: Oak Leaves 3 October 1963 p.2, 5. |
|Biology Class, Early Classroom Scene: Photograph||MC2010/162 ||One photograph, probably taken between 1900 and 1920, of male students sitting around tables with books, looking through microscopes. |
|Board of Trustees 1976||Small Box 57: Trustees ||A listing of the names and titles of the Board of Trustees and a description of from where or from what bodies the members are selected. |
|Board of Trustees: Committees||Vault: Filing Cabinet Drawer 3 ||Materials belonging to committees of the Board of Trustees ranging from 1944 through 1992. |
|Board of Trustees: Records||Vault: Filing Cabinet Drawer 1 |
Correspondence and materials relating to the Board of Trustees and Executive Committee including committee materials, Church of the Brethren district ratification forms, membership lists and memos from the presidents to the Board of Trustees 1956 - 2002.
|Board of Trustees: Resolution on Residence Halls Completion, 1994||MC2010/134 |
One page resolution stating that the Board of Trustees acknowledges the successful completion of Helman and Oakwood Halls, the first stage in enhancing residence hall facilities under the College' s master plan for campus development.
|Bowman, Nadine: Photograph Collection||MC2004/351 |
Nadine Bowman Photograph Collection including installation of chime.
|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. |
|Buckeye Sprouts, Clubs, Organizations, Groups||MC2003/364 |
Buckeye Sprouts Postcard.
|Buildilngs: Ikenberry Hall, Photograph and Postcards||MC2004/411 |
Ikenberry Hall Photograph and Postcards
- Front of building, after 1948
- Men standing in front of Ikenberry. Used postcard, sent to Jennie Worst from Mary Leaman.
- black and white--side of building
|Building Names: A. Blair Helman Papers||MC2004/319 |
Correspondence related to the naming of Holl-Kintner Hall of Science, V. F. Schwalm Hall, and Goshorn Chemistry Building.
|Building: Oakwood Hall Postcards||MC2003/57 ||The original Oakwood Hall was built in 1898 on the corner of East Street and College Avenue. After several additions and renovations, it was razed in 1993 to make way for the new Oakwood Hall. These are postcards showing the original building. |
|Buildings and Property: Manchester College||MC General File: Buildings |
Information about buildings and property related to Manchester College, Including Lot Numbers 16, 18 and 21 College Addition and residences of College personnel:
Dates of construction of various buildings on campus and pieces of trivia, such as, "First washer and dryer."
|Buildings List ||Buildings List ||This is a somewhat dated list of building on campus but it shares some pertinent information. |
|Buildings/Campus Scenes Photograph Collection-Oversized||MC2003/65 ||Buildings/Campus Scenes Photograph Collection-Oversized, with some shots of people. |
|Buildings: Communications Center Plans for Remodeling||MU2013/19 ||Plans for renovating the old library building into the Communications Building. |
|Buildings: Cordier Auditorium||MC2003/14 |
Cordier Auditorium: Contact sheet with 17 shots of Cordier groundbreaking, including shots of Blair Helman, Rowan Daggett, and others.
|Buildings: Cordier Auditorium Postcards||MC2003/87 ||Cordier Auditorium postcard with color photograph of Cordier Auditorium, labeled, "... The Cordier Auditorium, named for Andrew W. Cordier, was completed in 1978 and has a seating capacity of 1,300 in continental style. The facility includes a 45-rank pipe organ, elevator orchestra pit and a large dividable meeting room." |
|Buildings: Cordier Auditorium, Construction Photographs||MC2008/166 |
Early photograph of the moving of earth for the Cordier facility.
For additional material related to Cordier Auditorium, see : Manchester College Bulletin November 1976 p.1; April 1977 p.3; July 1977 p.7; September 1977 p.1; October 1977 p.8; November 1977 p.2; September 1978 p.1; October 1978 p.1; Photo box 115.
|Buildings: Cripe Cottage||MC2004/435 ||Cripe Cottage photograph, black and white, showing front of house. Labeled on back: 1207 North Wayne. |
|Buildings: Deavel, R. Gary House||MC2004/433 |
R. Gary Deavel House Photograph Collection, including:
- Moving the house. Labeled on back: College House moved to N. Bond (Deavel). Moved from N. Home Ave.
|Buildings: East Hall Photographs||Oversized Photograph Collection ||East Hall photographs: Buildings/Campus Scenes. |
|Buildings: East Hall Photographs||Photo Box 107 ||Photographs of East Hall. |
|Buildings: East Hall, Postcard||MC2003/100 ||Postcard of East Hall. Labeled on back, "Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana, East Hall, erected 1956. This was the first building constructed across East Street. The dormitory houses up to 218 students." |
|Buildings: East Hall, Postcard||MC2003/63 ||East Hall postcard with black and white photograph, labeled, "East Hall, Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana." |
|Buildings: East Street Apartments Construction Bids||MU2013/20 |
Bids for the construction of married students' housing - "East Street Apartments."
|Buildings: Financial Records, A. Blair Helman Papers (MC2002/2) ||MC2002/2s ||
Housing and Home Finance records.
|Buildings: Fountain||MC2004/581 ||Photo of fountain by Lloyd Hoff with note to Mrs. Ulrey. |
|Buildings: Funderburg Library Photograph, 1967||MC2008/162 ||Funderburg Library, 1967. |
|Buildings: Funderburg Library Photographs||Photo Boxes 105 and 199 ||Photographs of Funderburg Library. |
|Buildings: Funderburg Library Postcard||MC2003/92 ||Postcard with color photograph of Funderburg Library. Back labeled, "Funderburg Library, Erected 1966, Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana." |
|Buildings: Funderburg Library Prior to Stairs Renovation||MC2009/191 ||Slide of Funderburg Library before east stairs renovation. |
|Buildings: Funderburg Library Renovation Plans||MU2013/16 ||Pre-renovation plans for Funderburg Library. |
|Buildings: Funderburg Library, Baldwin Bronzes||MC2004/683 |
Sculptor, John Baldwin's design for bronze sculpture in Funderburg Library.
|Buildings: Funderburg Library, Terrace Dedication ||Large Box 26A ||Funderburg Library: Terrace Dedication and additional materials. |
|Buildings: Gardner Hall||MC2004/419 |
Gardner Hall Photograph Collection.
|Buildings: Garver Hall Postcards||MC2003/86 |
Garver Hall: Color photograph of Garver Hall, winter. Back labeled, "Garver Hall, Erected 1969, Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana."
For additional material on Garver Hall, see: Oak Leaves 6 May 1970 p.6; Photo box 120.
|Buildings: General Information||MC2002/31 |
General Information about campus buildings, dedications, histories, renovations, names.
Additional information about buildings might also be found in 1 File/Large box 158 - Campaigns.
|Buildings: Gladdy Muir Peace Garden, Peacemakers Wall of Fame||Bulletin of the Manchester College Peace Studies Institute,November 2007, Vol. 34. |
Peacemakers Wall of Fame in the Gladdys Muir Peace Garden.
|Buildings: Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden|| 922.869Su73r ||Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden: This home was built in 1929 by the Rarick's. See the book, "The Sunken Garden Home of Ralph G. and Vinna C. Rarick," in the Funderburg Library, Manchester Peace 922.869Su73r for a chronicle of "the development of the ’Rarick Retreat and Sunken Garden’--from the original purchase of the lot . . . through the subsequent years of dedicated labor in turning that lot in to ’spot of beauty;’ and the ultimate building of the house in 1929." |
|Buildings: Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden||MC2007/179a and b |
Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden: Background, fundraising, architectural plans.
|Buildings: Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden, Photograph||MC2004/429 ||5x7 BW photograph of Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden. Winter scene. Taken in 1965. |
|Buildings: Greenhouse and Fountain Photographs||MC2009/190 ||Photographs of Fountain (Kintner Collection and others). View of students sitting at fountain with Greenhouse in the background. |
|Buildings: Gymnasium (old)||Large Box 26a or 26b: Gymnasium ||Background material and obituary for the famous architect, Charles R. Weatherhogg, who designed the old gymnasium on the Manchester College campus. |
|Buildings: Gymnasium-Auditorium Postcards||MC2003/60 ||Gymnasium/Auditorium (1926-2000): Gymnasium-Auditorium Postcard Collection. |
|Buildings: Health Center Photograph||MC2004/424 ||Photograph of the Health Center, which later became the Student Activities Center. Photo dated 1978-79. |
|Buildings: Helman Hall Photographs||Photo Box 101 ||Helman Hall photographs. |
|Buildings: Helman Hall Unification Board||MC General File: Helman Hall |
Helman Hall Unification Board invitation to first and second Helman Hall Banquet.
|Buildings: Holl-Kintner Hall of Science||MC2002/2q ||Correspondence and plans for the Holl-Kintner Hall of Science from the A. Blair Helman Papers. |
|Buildings: Holl-Kintner Hall of Science Dedication Photographs||MC2002/2x ||Hall of Science Dedication Photographs from the A. Blair Helman Papers. |
|Buildings: Holl-Kintner Hall of Science, Newspaper Clippings||MC2008/170 |
Holl-Kintner Hall of Science: Newspaper clippings about dedication and conference entitled, "Science and Tomorrow."
|Buildings: Holl-Kintner Hall of Science, Postcards||MC2003/99 ||Holl-Kintner Hall of Science Postcard Collection. |
|Buildings: Holl-Kintner Preliminary Plans||MC2007/47 ||Holl-Kintner Hall of Science: Manchester College Bulletin and notes regarding overview of cost and specs. |
|Buildings: Ikenberry Hall||MC2002/32 |
Ikenberry Hall council minutes and information about the traditional Ikenberry serenade.
|Buildings: Ikenberry Hall||MC2009/192 ||kenberry Hall: Showing a dorm room to prospective student and family, presumably this is Ikenberry Hall. |
|Buildings: Ikenberry Hall Alumni Reunion||Large Box 27 ||Ikenberry Hall: Alumni Reunion Questionnaire, 1992. |
|Buildings: Ikenberry Hall Publication and Resident List||MC2007/69 ||Welcome to Ikenberry Hall! Publication and list of residents for the fall quarter of 1962 - 63 school year...and another year circa 1964. |
|Buildings: Ikenberry Hall Reunion 1992||MC2007/70 ||Ikenberry Hall: Alumni Reunion 1992. Past residents present stories about life in Ikenberry Hall. |
|Buildings: Ikenberry Hall Specifications||MU2013/18 ||Ikenberry Hall - 1961 general construction and equipment specifications. |
|Buildings: Ikenberry Hall, Demolition Discussion||Large Box 26A, 26B ||Ikenberry Hall: Demolition debate. |
|Buildings: Ikenberry Hall, Demolition Photograph||MC2009/193 ||Ikenberry Hall: Watching Ikenberry come down. |
|Buildings: Ikenberry Hall, Postcards||MC2003/78 ||Ikenberry Hall: Young Men's Home Postcard Collection. |
|Buildings: Information||MC2002/31 |
Information about many campus buildings, dedications, histories, renovations, and names.
|Buildings: Information About Campus Buildings||MC2002/31 |
General Information about campus buildings, dedications, histories, renovations and names.
|Buildings: Intercultural Center||MC2003/324 ||
Intercultural Center Collection.
|Buildings: Naming of East Hall and Ikenberry Hall||MC2002/2r ||Minutes of Naming and Dedication Committee for the naming of East Hall and Ikenberry Hall. Collection includes correspondence, donor information, financial information. Partially restricted. |
|Buildings: Neher Maintenance Center Photographs||MC2004/400 |
Neher Maintenance Center photographs:
- Early construction of maintenance building.
- Early construction of maintenance building. L-R: ?,?,?, David Yeatter, Vernon Mitmoen, Bob Metzger, ?
|Buildings: Neher Maintenance Center Photographs||Photo Box 102 ||Neher Maintenance Center. |
|Buildings: Oak Wood Hall, Second Structure, Photographs||Photo Box 116 ||Photographs of the second Oakwood Hall. |
|Buildings: Oakwood Hall Postcard||MC2003/95 ||Oakwood Hall Postcard with color photograph of original Oakwood Hall. |
|Buildings: Oakwood Hall Rehabilitation Contractor Proposals||MU2013/17 ||Contractor proposals and bids for the general contruction/rehabilitation of Oakwood Hall, 1964. |
|Buildings: Oakwood Hall, Drawing||MC2009/101 ||Drawing of Oakwood Hall by L. Lounsbury (or I, Iounsbury). |
|Buildings: Oakwood Hall, Photographs of Original Structure||Photo Boxes 109, 124 ||Photographs of the original structure of Oakwood Hall. |
|Buildings: Oakwood Memorabilia||Large Boxes 26A and 26B |
Plastic Oakwood Hall Door number plate (128).
Song used at 25 May 1927 dedication of Oakwood Hall.
|Buildings: Old Gymnasium 1928 Photographs||MC2009/205 ||Gymnasium/Auditorium (1926-2000): Photograph of clean-up day in front of gym and others (1928). |
|Buildings: Old Gymnasium Photographs||MC2009/205 |
Gymnasium: 1928 and 1929 photographs.
|Buildings: Original Gymnasium Photographs||MC2004/423 |
Original Gymnasium Photograph Collection. This structure was the primary center of athletic and physical education activities until 1926.
|Buildings: Photographs||MC2009/75 ||Pictures of building construction, equipment, and groundbreakings on Manchester College properties. |
|Buildings: Photographs||MC2004/590 |
Administration Building: Collection of color photographs of Administration Building, Gymnasium/Auditorium, Schwalm Hall, and demolition of Gymnasium/Auditorium.
|Buildings: Plans for Gymnasium/Auditorium||MC2004/51 |
The plans for a gymnasium drawn in pencil. Signed "L.D.I. & C.E." This looks like preliminary plans for the gym and auditorium that was built in 1926.
|Buildings: Polley, Frederick, Drawings||MC2004/372 ||Reproductions of line drawings of college buildings. |
|Buildings: Power Plant Plans||MU2013/22 ||Plans for the Power Plant. |
|Buildings: Schwalm Hall Bids and Plans||MU2013/23 ||Bids for the construction of Schwalm Hall including a Master Plan of Campus - Plan of Campus Development, 1958. |
|Buildings: Union Plans and Bids||MU2013/21 ||Original plans and bids for the student Union, also called the "Campus Centter." |
|Buildings:Home Management House||MC2004/421 |
Home Management House Photograph Collection
- Three women inside the house--2 are seated at the table, and one is serving a meal.
- Table set for a mea.
|Buildings; Gymnasium/Auditorium Photographs||MC2004/410 |
Gymnasium/Auditorium (1926-2000): Gymnasium/Auditorium Photographs
- Front of building
- Scaffolding at side of building. Photo by Lloyd Hoff.
|Bumgerdner Hall and Bible School: Early Photograph ||MU2012/78 ||Two copies of the same image: A view of East College Avenue - looking eastward - showing the Bible School (West) and Bumgerdner Hall (East). The Howe House can also be seen on the south side of the street opposite Bumgerdner Hall. |
|Calvin Ulrey and Ikenberry Hall||MC2003/26 ||Occupancy and closing information for Calvin Ulrey and Ikenberry Hall. |
|Calvin Ulrey Hall||MC2003/64 ||Calvin Ulrey Hall Postcard Collection. |
|Calvin Ulrey Hall||MC2004/409 ||8 x 10 BW photo of Calvin Ulrey Hall. Undated. |
|Calvin Ulrey Hall||MC2004/625 |
Painting of Calvin Ulrey Hall by K. Fike (Class of 1951) given to Miriam Ulrey, wife of Calvin Ulrey.
For related material on Calvin Ulrey Hall, see : Aurora 1947, 1948, 1949; Manchester College Bulletin v.37:9 (July 1945); v.38:2 (November 1945); v.38:4 (February 1946); v.38:6 (May 1946); v.38:9 (July 1946); v.38:10 (August 1946); v.39:1 (October 1946); v.39:2 (November 1946); v.40:1 (October 1947); v.40:2 (November 1947); v.40:6 (May 1948); v.41:3 (December 1948); v.41:5 (February 1949); v.41:9 (July 1949); January 1949 p.2; October 1951 p.1; January 1977 p.3-7; Oak Leaves 18 September 1947, p.4; 2 October 1947, p.1; 30 October 1947, p.4; 6 November 1947, p.1; 29 May 1968, p.3; 29 April 1970 p.2; 30 September 1970; 24 February 1971, p.1; 8 February 1972, p.1; 22 February 1972, p.2; 11 April 1972, p.1; 18 March 1975 p.1; 29 April 1975 p.1; 10 October 1975 p.5; Photo box 108.
|Calvin Ulrey Hall||Calvin Ulrey Hall: Additional Information |
Aurora 1947, 1948, 1949.
Manchester College Bulletin v.37:9 (July 1945); v.38:2 (November 1945); v.38:4 (February 1946); v.38:6 (May 1946); v.38:9 (July 1946); v.38:10 (August 1946); v.39:1 (October 1946); v.39:2 (November 1946); v.40:1 (October 1947); v.40:2 (November 1947); v.40:6 (May 1948); v.41:3 (December 1948); v.41:5 (February 1949); v.41:9 (July 1949);
Oak Leaves 18 September 1947, p.4; 2 October 1947, p.1; 30 October 1947, p.4; 6 November 1947, p.1; 29 May 1968, p.3; 29 April 1970 p.2; 30 September 1970; 24 February 1971, p.1; 8 February 1972, p.1; 22 February 1972, p.2; 11 April 1972, p.1; 18 March 1975 p.1; 29 April 1975 p.1; 10 October 1975 p.5.
|Calvin Ulrey Plaque: Photograph||MC2004/630 ||Photo of plaque naming Calvin Ulrey Hall |
|Camp Mack Day: Papers||MC2002/35 |
History and general information about Camp Mack.
|Campus Buildings: Railroad Addition||MC General File: Railroad Addition |
- "Dream For Manchester College For 1925."
- "A New College Building," "The Hope for 1919." - Administration Building
|Campus Plan and Improvements||MC General File: Campus Plan, Improvement ||Campus plans and improvements: Assorted newspaper articles of building development and reconstruction. Newsprint photos of Ikenberry Hall demolition, bulldozing of football grandstands and reconstruction, launching of new fieldhouse project, Camp Mack improvements, etc. |
|Campus: Aerial Views, Postcard||MC2003/58 |
Aerial view postcard.
|Campus: Architectural Plans and Landscaping||MC2007/October Update |
Architectural Plans for buildings, gardens, rooms and equipment on the Manchester College campus. List of trees and shrubs that Professor Philip Orpurt thought acceptible for the landscaping of Cordier Auditorium.
For more "tree" related material see also: Manchester College Bulletin April 1978 p.8-9.
|Campus: Mall||Campus Mall: Information ||See "Buildings" and also: Oak Leaves, 8 April 1975 p.6. |
|Campus: Photographs of Building and Scenes||MC2008/141a, b, c, d, e ||Pictures of College Avenue apartments, clinic, campfire circle, College woods and old gym with railroad tracks. |
|Campus: Postcards ||MC2009/52 |
Postcards Campus: Campus views and fountain.
|CASE||MC2010/53: Folder, Miscellaneous Assortment, CASE |
CASE at Manchester College, newspaper article and special merit award, 1982 Mindpower Campaign. CASE stands for Council for Advancement and Support of Education.
|Centennial Commemorative Oversized Bruchures and Booklets||MC2011/219 ||An oversized brochure 12" x 9" with photographs and descriptions of buildings on the College campus from 1889 forward. A 12' x 9" special edition of the Bulletin of Manchester College, Volume 82, Number 1, Sept. 1989, focuses on academic life and contains interesting photographs and facts surrounding the first 100 years of the institution. |
|Chamberlain, Geneva Burrous: Alumna||MC2008/16 ||The Geneva Burrous Chamberlain collection. Photo album and memorabilia. |
|Chapel||Chapel: Additional Information |
Manchester College Bulletin February 1951 p.2; January 1975 p.10; March 1975 p.12; October 1975 p.9; October 1976 p.2; October 1977 p.11.
Oak Leaves 11 February 1965 p.2 (compulsory chapel policy);
|Chemistry Lab and Science: Photographs||MC2010/156 ||An assortment of chemistry lab shots (circa 1931) and beyond) with other assorted chemistry related photographs, including the Chemistry Symposium, 1975 with Ed Miller and Mr. and Mrs. David Grandstaff and the American Chemical Society group shot (pg. 42,1992 Aurora). |
The file contains news releases, articles, and a history.
"I know who played 'Pistol Packin' Momma' on the college chimes one spring midnight in 1944."
|Chime||MC2009/80 ||Photograph of bells lined up in front of Administration Building. |
|Chime Dedication||MC2003/129 |
Two copies of the "Programme of the Chime Concerts-Manchester College," dated 15-17 August 1922. Program includes text of inscriptions on bells. This is an older text of the inscription. For future reference use the text as found in MC2002/43.
|Chime Installation and Students Playing the Chime||MC2007/222 |
Negatives, photographs, students playing the bells.
For more photographs of students playing the chime see Photograph Box 98, Building, Administration Building-Inside.
|Church of the Brethren Heritage Papers||MC2012/53 |
Papers written for Professor Kendall Roger's class on Brethren heritage. They range in date from 1990 to 1992. The topics are varied and include but are not limited to: Church of the Brethren history, the legacy of certain individuals, architecture, Brethren beliefs and Church of the Brethren programs.
|Civilian Public Service: Orientation Material, Garver Papers||MC2003/335 ||Civilian Public Service Orientation Materials from the Garver Papers. |
|Civilian Public Service: Photographs and Publications in the Francis Barr Collection||MC2011/233 |
Civilian Public Service camps, photographs, publications and events, including but not limited to:
- Pictures from Waldport, Camp #56, in Washington State.
- Holly Inn, Pinehurst, North Carolina. "May 15, 1945 - July 6, 1945, Room 302, "A Typical Pneumonia Guinea Pig Experiment.
- Starvation experiment of the Laboratory of Physiological Hygiene at the University of Minnesota, Angel Keys, Ph D., Director.
- The Reporter, Vol. V, No. 7, March 1947.
- The Compass, Summer and Fall, 1944.
- Smoke Jumper bi-annual.
For updates about the starvation experiment review the 1945 issues of the Gospel Messenger.
|Clark Computer Center||Photo Box 117 ||Photographs of Clark Computer Center, or the former Goshorn Chemistry Building. |
|Class Photograph, 1921||MC2004/591 ||Class picture of Manchester College students, October 1921. |
|Class Photograph,1922||MC2010/59 ||Commencement Photograph 1922. |
|Classroom, Commerce circa 1906: Photograph||MC2004/5 ||Commerce Class photograph circa 1906. |
|Classrooms: Photographs||MC2003/45 ||Classrooms Photograph Collection--Oversized - circa 1902 and forward. |
|Coblentz, Ruth||MC2012/31 |
Material related to Ruth Coblentz, Head Librarian, Manchester College, including:
"A Tribute to a Mentor," by Norma Bruce, MC alumna.
|College Avenue||MC2004/584 |
Tinted photograph of College Avenue side of campus, pre-1921. Shows original alumni fountain in between Bumgerdner Hall and Bible School Building.
For more information on Bumgerdner Hall, see: Buildings—Administration Building; Manchester College Bulletin October 1978 p.3; Oak Leaves 24 March 1960 p.3; 3 October 1963 p.3.
|College Avenue Buildings: Photographs ||MC2004/413 |
College Avenue photographs.
|College Avenue, Administration, Ikenberry, Oakwood: Historical Places||MC2003/137 |
Press release announcing the listing of the Administration Building, Ikenberry Hall, and Oakwood Hall on the National Register of Historical Places (6 February 1991).
|College Avenue: Postcards ||MC2004/7 ||Oversized College Avenue Postcard Collection |
|College Avenue: Postcards||MC2003/62 ||College Avenue postcard. |
|College Campus: Native American, Miami Indians||MC2007/139 ||Native American relics found on college campus. |
|College Hospital||MC2004/422 |
College Hospital Photograph Collection.
|College Hospital||MC General File: Hospital ||Article from Oak Leaves, March 1919, pg. 10. |
|College House: Move, Photographs||MC2004/434 ||Three shots of an unidentified college house being moved to 9th Street. |
|Commencement: Invitation, 1935||MC2004/198 ||Invitation in protective envelope. Drawing of Administration Building appears on front of invitation. |
|Communications Center: Drawing||MC2009/105 ||Communications Center and former Science Hall and Library: Drawing of this building with the Fountain in front of it. Artist: L. Lounsbury or I. Iounsbury. |
|Communications Center: History and Photograph, 1926||MC2003/116 |
Photograph of the Communications Building circa 1926 and brief history of the structure.
|Communications Center: Photograph||MC2009/204 ||1928 shot of man standing by the fountain with what would become the "Communications Center" in the background. In 1928 this the Library was housed in the Communications building. |
|Communications Center: Postcard Collection||MC2003/96 ||Communications Center and former Science Hall and Library: Postcard with color photograph, winter, labeled, "Communications Center, Established 1966, Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana." |
|Conscientious Objection: Military Law Reporter||MC2008/08 ||Military Law Reporter, Volume 2, Number 6, November - December 1974. |
|Convocation #110a: Discussion Day, The Reagan Administration's Economic Programs, 1989||Convocation #110a: Discussion Day, The Reagan Administration's Economic Programs, 1981 ||Discussion Day, 20 October 1981, tape number one. The topic is the Reagan Administration's Economic Programs. |
|Convocation #110b: Discussion Day, The Reagan Administration's Economic Programs, Part Two, 1981||Convocation #110b: Discussion Day, The Reagan Administration's Economic Programs, 1981 ||Discussion Day, 20 October 1981, tape number two. The topic is the Reagan Administration's Economic Programs. |
|Convocation Tape Listing 1968 - 2008||Listing of Convocation Recordings |
A listing of Convocation tapes. Some of these recordings have been digitized but this list does not reflect this information . A search will have to be done for each individual recording to see if the presentation is available on CD or DVD.
|Convocation: Photograph Collection||MC2004/123 |
A photograph collection of convocation participants and events. Most individuals in the pictures have been identified.
|Dailey, Paul||MC2009/123 |
Graphic artist on staff at Manchester College.
Large negatives for the watercolor painting that Paul had done of the Administration Building.
|Davisson, John H.: Photograph Collection, circa 1930s||MC2004/535 ||Two pictures of Manchester College students of the thirties. |
|Deavel, Gary: Twelve Hymn Preludes for Organ||MC2012/91 |
Twelve preludes for the organ composed by Manchester College Professor Emeritus R. Gary Deavel. These compositions are based on hymn tunes from various sources.
Restrictions: Single copies permitted for study and performance.
|Deavel, R. Gary||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Deavel, Gary ||Material related to Gary R. Deavel, Music.See also: Buildings-- Gary Deavel House: Manchester College Bulletin July 1975 p.5.|
|Demonstrations||MC2008/94 ||Peace marches and dialogue. |
|Diversity Photograph Collection||MC2004/130 Diversity Photograph Collection |
Diversity Photograph Collection.
|Donald E. and Olive Kessler Collection: Liberian Materials||MC2008/196 |
Artifacts and books from Donald and Olive Kessler's work in Liberia.
|Doris B. Garey Postcard Collection||MC2003/106 ||Doris B. Garey Postcard Collection. |
|Earth Day: Poster||MC2009/71, File Folder MC2009/71-E: Events on Campus |
Poster for Earth Day, "Go Plant a Tree!!!, Earthday Celebration 20 years."
|East Hall: Dedication and Resident Photographs||MC2009/01 ||Photographs of East Hall Groundbreaking and Dedication Events and residents. Some pictures of the women living at East Hall are from the 1970's and 1980's. |
|East Street Apartments Photograph Collection||MC2004/431 |
Photographs of East St Apartment:
- Small bonfire in distance. Labeled on back: End of Kintner house--the bonfire.
|Easter in the Classroom||MC2006/31: He is Risen, Amen ||Picture #22, blackboard. "Happy Easter He is Risen, Amen" Photo of black board, perhaps from Professor Rieman's class? This is part of a larger collection MC2006/31. Professor T. Wayne Rieman had a reputation for bold statements such as this. The picture might have come from one of his classrooms. |
|Eberly, William||MC2007/25 ||William Eberly: "The Story of the Natural Sciences at Manchester College," original manuscript and digitized illustrations. |
|Emrick, Mike||Alumni Box 187: Emrick, Mike |
Material related to Mike Emrick.
|Etched Glass Panes: Student Names||MC2011/127 ||These appear to be small hand-etched panes of glass. It seems as if each participant wrote his/her name individually, perhaps as part of a College function, reunion, or Church of the Brethren event? |
|Faculty/Staff Photographs||MC2008/133 ||Eldon Eugene Fahs; Photo of Eugene Fahs conversing with Mike and Sue Wine, parents of Michelle Wine (1992). Photo taken in 1990. |
|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.
|Fahs, Eldon Eugene: Files||Vault: Filing Cabinet Drawer 2 ||Materials belonging to Eldon E. Fahs who served the college from 1964 forward, through the department of Education, and as Registrar, Treasurer, Business Manager, Assistant to the President and as Vice-President. |
|Financial Affairs: Reports||MU2012/99 ||Confidential and other reports from the Office of Steve Shumaker, Business Manager of Manchester College [1984 - 1994]. Some reports from 1993. Reports include but are not limited to:|
- April 1984, 1985, 1986 - Annual Report of the Treasurer and Business Manager to the President of Manchester College - DRAFT with handwritten notes.
- 5 September 1984 - Total cost of electric from 7-1-1983 to 6-30-1984 and average cost per K.W.H.
- 11 March 1983 - Physical Plant Report with handwritten notes.
|Fire: Photographs of Fire Damage||MU2012/91 ||Snapshots of what appears to be fire damage. |
|Floats||MC2008/207 ||Float plans. |
|Food Service: The Oaks||MC2002/108b |
Food Service Records
|Food Service: The Oaks, Photographs||MC2003/368 |
Photographs pertaining to "The Oaks" in it's various locations. History of the various locations ot "The Oaks."
|Fountain and Helman Hall: Postcard||MC2003/79 ||Fountain and Helman Hall Postcard |
|Fountain and Campus: Photographs, Older||MC2004/4 |
Black and white photo of second fountain (behind Ad Building). Goshorn Chemistry building in background.
Artist's rendering of Manchester College campus.
|Fountain: Postcard||MC2003/54 ||Postcard: Photograph of the original fountain, with College Avenue in the background. Postcard is labeled on front, "Fount on College Campus, North Manchester, Indiana." |
|Fountains: Postcards||MC2002/176 ||Postcards with pictures of the fountains, a copy of an article from North Manchester Journal (1 August 1912), and an information sheet compiled by the archivist. |
|Funderburg Library: Director's Box||MC2012/16 ||Materials from the office of the Funderburg Library Director, Robin Gratz. |
|Funderburg Library: Director's Box, Gene Likens Materials||MC2012/87 |
Gene Likens display case file collection. Biographical material, Helman letter, and photographs given to the College by Dr. Likens, 2005.
|Funderburg Library: Photographs||MC2003/115 |
Photographs of the construction of Funderburg Library (1966)and floor plans, Allen Wilmert and Rob Gratz with Paul Kantbambi of the University of Malawi, May 1988, the 1992 National Library Week Reception, pictures of sculptures, artwork and library equipment, musical instruments, photos of faculty, staff and students....and many more.
|Funderburg, Alvin||MC2008/109 ||Manchester College graduate and author of the Funderburg family history. |
|Funderburg, Cyrus and Emma: Photograph||MC2004/637 ||Photograph of Cyrus Funderburg. |
|Funderburg, Cyrus: Poetry||MC2007/176, 1-29 ||The original works of Cyrus Funderburg |
|Fundraising by Decade/Campaign: Congratulatory Gift Matching Newspaper Statement to Companies||MC2009/109 ||Wabash Plain Dealer spread, "Manchester College Congratulates...Container Corporation of America, The General Tire and Rubber Company and Honeywell Inc., For Their Forward-Thinking Action In Establishing Gift Matching Programs To Aid Education..." |
|Fundraising Campaign: Focus on the Seventies||MC2004/292 ||Focus on the Seventies Collection: Two campaign brochures and two campaign reports. |
|Garner, Warren||MC2010/198 |
Certificates, Licenses and Diplomas of Warren K. Garner
|Garver Hall: Student Photographs||Photo Box 69: Garver Open House 1991 ||Garver Men Open House 1991. See Photo Box # 69. Men include: Jason King, Jason Powell, William Berens, Chad Fawley, Mark Neher, Keith Stouder, Reginald Batusic, Marc Blosser, J. Eric Shockey, P.J. Fauquher, W. Nicolas Harper, Thomas Byerly, Darren Bickel, Greg Hall. |
Information on alleged hauntings of various buildings on campus and articles.
|Goshorn Chemistry Building||Oak Leaves: Goshorn Chemistry Building References ||See: Oak Leaves 7 March 1925 p.3; 27 June 1925 p.1; 3 October 1925 p.4; 24 March 1960 p.3. |
|Graduation: Images from an unknown year||MU2012/93 ||Negatives of images that might have been taken in the mid 2000's? |
|Groninger, Joy: Publications and Design||MC2009/14 |
Personal and Assorted departmental files from Joy Groninger, Publications and Design.
|Habitat for Humanity: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/7a - Folder #2 ||Photographs of Habitat for Humanity or Volunteer Services. Pictures of individuals working on a house. |
|Harry H. Henney '35 & Jeanette Henney Lectureship for Business, Education and Science||MC2011/106 |
Articles and invitation regarding the Harry H. Henney '35 and Jeanette Henney Lectureship for Business, Education and Science.
See Also: Janey Henney, Alumni Box 187.
|Hawthorn Program: Files||ROOctober2012/30 ||Dr. Onyegi's records of the Hawthorn Program. Some records are confidential. |
|Hawthorn Projgram: Files||ROOctober2012/29 ||Dr. Onyegi's records of the Hawthorn Program. Some records are confidential. |
|Hay, Mary Elizabeth: Certificate, Business Writing, 1919||MC2004/667 ||1919 Certificate in Penmanship for Practical Business Writing through the Zaner Method of Arm Movement Writing, Ina Hornish, instructor. Student: Mary Elizabeth Hay |
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: Planning Committee Records||MC2004/332 |
Curriculum Review: Planning Committee - Curriculum, Student Welfare, Spiritual Life, Recreation, Physical Education & Athletics, Public Relations, Finance, Faculty Development, Curriculum, Buildings.
|Helman, A. Blair, Papers||MC2004/308 |
East Hall and Schwalm Hall: Correspondence regarding a number of legal issues, including changing the charter and building East Hall and Schwalm Hall, from the A. Blair Helman Papers.
Flyer containing information and photographs from the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Science Center. Groundbreaking was 14 November 2003.
|Helman, A. Blair, Papers: Holl Kintner Hall of Science||MC2002/2p |
Science Hall dedication materials.
|Helman, A. Blair: Memorabilia||MC2012/83 ||Memorabilia of A. Blair Helman found in the basement of the Administration Building including a personally autographed book to Dr. Blair Helman from Kuniyoshi Obara, the founder of Tamagawa. |
|Helman, A. Blair: Papers (MC2002/2)||MC2002/2t ||The Otho Winger Memorial Building was dedicated on 1 May 1953: Winger Dedication Materials from the A. Blair Helman Papers. |
|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
|Henney, Jane||MC2002/130 |
Jane Henney, MC Class of 1969 served as a member of Manchester College's Board of Trustees before being appointed the director of the Food and Drug Administration during President Clinton's term of office.
General biographical information.
See Also: The Manchester Monitor, 14 May 2002 p.9; The News-Journal, 15 May 2002 p.23.
|Hiroshima: World Friendship Center, Leona Row Eller Collection||MC2011/195 |
Extensive collection of photographs, publications and memorabilia from the collection of Leona Row Eller from her participation in the World Friendship Center, Hiroshima, Japan.
|History and Political Science: From the Administration Building||ROOcotber2012/26 |
A variety of materials removed from the offices of History and Political Sciences during moves out of the Administration Building, Summer of 2012.
|History and Political Science: From the Administration Building||ROOctober2012/27 ||Core Materials and Special Problems - History and Polticial Science. |
|History and Political Science: From the Admnistration Building||ROOctober2012/28 ||Core Materials and Special Problems - History and Political Science. Syllabi. Social Service core materials 1974. |
|Holl, Carl Waldo: Photographs||MC2004/223 |
*Deaccessioned and given to Carolyn Holl Leffel, sister of Carl W. Holl, Jr.
|Holl, Carl Waldo: Twenty-fifth anniversary||MC2004/224 |
Twenty-fifth Anniversary Materials
- Program & menu
- Manchester College Bulletin from May 1948, with photo and description of celebration.
- "Introduction of Carl Waldo Holl Respectfully Submitted at the Carl Waldo Holl Silver Anniversary Luncheon." Text of speech by Don Martin.
- Telegrams and letters of congratulations.
- Letter regarding the Carl Waldo Holl Scholarship Fund.
- Photograph of Carl Waldo Holl with the anniversary celebration attendees. Shot in front of Administration Building. Not labeled.
|Holsinger, Clyde: Photographs,1940's, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1955, 1960's, 1961, 1970's, 1970 ||MC2004/450 |
Clyde Holsinger Photograph Collection - 1940's, 1950's, 1960's and 1970's. Scrapbook containing photos of choirs and other college scenes during Clyde Holsinger's time as director. A newspaper article from September 1946 announces Holsinger's hiring at the college.
|Home Economics and Office Administration||MC General File: Home Economics and Office Administration ||Letter from Academic Affairs announcing the discontinuance of the 4-year major in Home Economics and Office Administration as of May 1992. This is a letter to a student informing her that she will need to change her educational plans. |
|Home Economics and Office Administration: Education and Professional Programs Division ||MC2009/175 |
Home Economics and Office Administration phase out letter by President Robinson, 1990.
|Home Management||MC2010/94 |
Photographs: Home Management / Home Economics.
|Homecoming Photograph Collection||MC2004/126 |
Homecoming Photograph Collection
Primarily black and white pictures, photographed by Scott McAlpine at Homecoming 1992 (10/17)
|Homecoming: Postcard, 1997||MC2003/90 |
Photographs & postcards: Homecoming 1997 Postcard.
BW photograph of Homecoming tents. Back labeled, "Manchester College Office of Alumni Administration. Come one, come all. It's Homecoming under the Big Top in the fall. Every fall, alumni return to campus for a day of football, reunions, food, memories, and more. It's tradition. And you're invited. mark your calendars now for Homecoming 1997: Oct. 11. On the field, the Manchester Spartans tackle the Wabash Little Giants. We'll see you under the Big Top!" Unused cards.
|Homecoming: Postcards, 1996||MC2003/89 |
Photographs & postcards: Homecoming 1996 Postcards:
BW photograph of football game circa 1940. Back labeled, "Manchester College, Office of Alumni Administration. Do you remember this? It's Manchester College homecoming action from 1940. Like any homecoming event, it created memories that last a lifetime. Relive your Manchester memories when you return for homecoming October 19, 1996. Mark your calendars now!" Unused cards.
|Human Resources: Policies, Memos, Institutional Charts||Large Box 71 |
13 April 1987 Faculty Emeriti Policies.
Health Insurance, 19 June 2000 memo from Parker G. Marden, President.
Paychecks; 2001 Reminder, bi-weekly pay policy.
Student Summer Employment Memo, 30 April 1979.
Structural Charts (1996) showing positions in Institutional Administration, Advancement, Financial Affairs, and Student Development.
Performance Evaluation Grid by Bill Robinson (undated).
|Humanities Division: Posters||MC2010/53:Folder #1 ||Humanities Division Poster: Fine Arts Week, undated, including Peking Acrobats, Alpha Psi Omega One-Act Play Festival, Faculty Art Show with paintings by James R. C. Adams in File Folder #1 of MC2010/53. |
|Ikenberry Hall Photographs||Photo Box 106, Buildings, Ikenberry Hall |
An assortment of photographs of Ikenberry Hall and the gentlemen who resided there.
|Ikenberry Hall: Plea for Preservation||MC General File: Ikenberry Hall ||Concerns for the preservation of Ikenberry Hall. |
|Ikenberry Hall: Postcards, circa 1911||MC2011/206a,b |
Two postcards with the same image of "Young Men's Hall, North Manchester." This building was also known as Ikenberry Hall. Each card has a one cent stamp and a postmark of North Manchester, IND, Jul 21, 5 PM, 1911.
The cards were addressed to Mrs. Louis Achzehner of Newport, Kentucky.
|Ikenberry, L. D. Hall Plaque||MC2004/720 ||L. D. Ikenberry: Ikenberry Hall plaque that hung on Ikenberry Hall (named for L. D. Ikenberry) until it was razed in 1992. |
|Ikenberry, L. D. Surveys Land with Students: Photograph ||MC2009/181 |
L. D. Ikenberry surveys land with students, possibly for the frame gym.
L. D. Ikenberry was an architect and responsible for much of the rebuilding and remodeling on the early campus during the presidency of Otho Winger. In this photo the Bible Building and Bumgerdner Hall had not yet been connected. It appears that L. D. Ikenberry and most-likely, students, are surveying in preparation to construct another building. The construction of the gym was planned and announced by Winger to the Board of Trustees on 25 September 1911.
|Independent Study Papers: Physics||MC2012/77a ||Independent Study Papers: Physics |
|Kessler, Donald and Olive: Liberian Artifacts and Books||MC2008/196 |
Liberian art collection.
Books related to Manchester College alumnus, Donald E. Kessler's, (Class of 1946), work in Liberia.
See also: Kessler file in Museum Box - Archives Office
|King, Rebecca Kintner: Photograph Collection||MC2004/337 ||A collection of photographs of building and structures on campus, circa 1920. |
|Kintner, Dr. Edward, Dedicatory Prayer, Hall of Science, 1960: Photograph||MC2007/98 ||Photograph of Kintner: Dedicatory Prayer, Hall of Science, March 26, 1960 |
|Kintner, Edward: Faculty/Staff Collection||MC2002/104L ||Gradebooks of Edward Kintner, who taught history, mathematics, chemistry, biology, agriculture, science, and physics between 1910 and 1951. Holl-Kintner Hall of Science is named in his honor. |
|Kleinjan, Margaret Wagner: Photograph Collection, circa 1938 - 1942||MC2004/237 |
Margaret Wagner Kleinjan Photograph Collection, including:
Nov. 17, 1938. Ed Keller, ?, ?, ?, ?, Me [Margaret Wagner], Marjorie Ohl [Hollar '40], ?. Members of our table at Manchester College.
Nov. 17, 1938. Helen Berky '39, '49, Corrine Hime, Elizabeth Rupp, Martha Lehman, Myrtle Belle Hartgerink [Mitchell], Edna Kircoff [Danhauser '39], Margaret Poling.
1938. Edwin Keller from Oak Park.
April 10, 1938. Leilah Hartgerink [Runyon '38], Gwendolyn Fisher [ BA '38].
Myrtle Belle Hartgerink '39, Olden Mitchell. MC students 1938-1939.
Eileen Fisher, Myrtle Belle Hartgerink [Mitchell '39], Elizabeth Rupp, Martha Lehman. Manchester Campus.
Elizabeth Rupp, Myrtle Belle Hartgerink [Mitchell '39], Martha Lehman, Eileen Fisher. Manchester Campus.
Eleanor Stukey [Beatty '38 Normal].
Irene Leedy [March '38], Eleanor Stukey [Beatty '38]. Students of Manchester College.
La Moyle Hendricks. Backyard-Winger's. North Manchester, Indiana. Student-She rented room at Winger's.
La Moyle Hendricks. North Manchester, Indiana. Student who roomed with me at Winger's.
Fern Beery [Lowry '38], ?, ?, Jane Plunkett [Cassell '39], Me [Margaret Wagner] at top. Oakwood Hall steps.
Basil Thompson, Eileen's boyfriend. Manchester College.
April 6, 1938. Eileen Fisher. Manchester College. Notice ice on trees.
Margaret Wagner [Kleinjan '42] outside of Girls' Dorm-Manchester College.
|Klingler, Charles: Collection||MC 2011/234 Boxes 3 and 4 |
Charles Klingler Collection containing course materials and syllabi 1977 - 1993.
|Knuth, Julie||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Knuth, Julie ||Copy of emaill announcing Julie Knuth as Executive Assistant to the President. |
|Lehman, Lois: Student Photograph||MC2010/87, Folder #12 ||Lehman, Lois (BA '29): sitting on stone in front of east end of Ad building. |
|Library and Future Campus Postcards||MC2003/53 ||Library and Future Campus Postcards |
|Library: Building plans.||MC2004/13 |
Plans created by McGuire & Shook, Compton, Richey, and Associates (Architects). Labeled on outside: First Plan. All three floors of library are shown.
|Library: Records||MC2002/187 |
Library committee minutes, moving and building information.
|Lightpost: Photograph||MC2004/412 ||3x5" photograph of the lightposts near Winger Building and Holl-Kintner Hall of Science. |
|Living-Learning Center||Calvin Ulrey Hall: Living-Learning Center: Information ||See: Buildings--Calvin Ulrey Hall; Manchester College Bulletin, January 1977 p.3-7. |
|Long, Weltha Miller||MC2002/175 |
Weltha Miller Long Collection circa 1900-1901.
|Manchester Activities Council: Banquet Poster, 1991||MC2010/53: MAC Banquet 1991 |
Manchester Activities Council (MAC) poster: MAC banquet for Officers and new members, 1991 with yearly calendar of events. This poster is part of the larger collection MC2010/53.
|Manchester Church of the Brethren Materials||BC2012/4 |
A bound book of Executive Committee and Church Board Minutes,1969 - 1975.
A variety of reports, directories, and financial statements for Manchester Church of the Brethren.
|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 Mount Morris College: Photograph Collection||2004/454-457 |
Photos 1 - 72 : Manchester College Photographs.
Photos 72 - 105: Identification of Locations and Buildings (72 - 77 are missing).
Photos 106 - 189: Portraits and Uknown Affiliations.
Photos 191 - 229: Mount Morris College Photographs .
|Manchester College Boosters: Kintner Photograph Collection||MC2004/284 |
Manchester College Boosters Photograph Collection from the Kintner Collection.
|Manchester College Calendar, 1926||MC2011/111 ||One Manchester College calendar from 1926 with images of campus buildings and scenes. |
|Manchester College Calendar: Jubilee, 1939 ||MC2009/85 |
Manchester College celebrated her Jubilee Year (50th Anniversary) in 1939. This is a commemorative calendar/promotional piece for the College featuring the College Hospital, Women's Gymnasium and proposed Arts Building. It also gives a brief description of Manchester College and Mt. Morris College.
|Manchester College Campus and Town of North Manchester: Postcards, circa 1910||MC2009/135a,b,c,d |
Two postcards, circa 1910, are of the College. They are the same card showing a drawing of the four primarybuildings with two horse drawn carts on College Avenue.
- MC2009/135a is addressed to Miss Lillian Haines, Warsaw, Indiana. It has a 14 May 1910 postmark from North Manchester and also has a 1 cent stamp.
- MC2009/135b is addressed to Miss Anna Beagle, Warsaw, Indiana with a postmark of March 1910 from North Manchester, along with a 1cent stamp.
MC2009/135c - Vandalia Park, North Manchester, Indiana.
MC2009/135d - four college age girls around a desk.
|Manchester College Postcard Collection||MC2004/722 |
Student photographs: Postcards
|1||Administration Building on snowy day. Card sent on 16 July 1928 to Mr. Wm. Bender in Albion Ind.|
|2||Administration Building with American flag at entrance. Verso: text describing the new Administration Building, dedicated on 7 January 1921.|
|3||Administration Building. |
|4||Photograph of lightposts at end of sidewalk to front entrance of Administration Building. |
|5||Interior of bookstore when it was located in the basement of the Administration Building. |
|6-7||Photograph of Oakwood Hall with several women on porch. Labeled, Ladies' Home showing New Addition. |
|8||Photograph of Oakwood Hall's entrance with about twenty women on the porch. Sent to Naomi Miller in Columbiana, Ohio from Elsie (Miller?).|
|9||Photograph of group of women gathered on Oakwood Hall's porch, in about 1912 or 1913. |
|10||Photograph of construction of original gymnasium in1911. |
|11||Photograph of students posed in front of Ikenberry Hall. Some are wearing commencement garb. |
|12||Photograph of Ikenberry Hall. Labeled on front: Young Men's Hall. North Manchester, Ind. Sent on 17 May 1910 to Miss Mildred Cassel from North Manchester.|
|Manchester College Postcard Collection||MC2004/384 |
Manchester College Postcard Collection including:
|Anna Beahm Mow graduated in 1918 with a BA. She died in 1985.|
|Esther Beahm Hoff graduated in 1921 with a BA.|
|Lola Bechtel Helser graduated in 1919 with a BA. She died in 1986.|
|Daniel Webster Bright was a member of the class of 1917.|
|Don Emerson Bright graduated with a BS in 1952.|
|Lila Brubaker graduated in 1920 with a BA.|
|Esther Eisenbise Beahm graduated in 1918 with a BA. She died in 1984.|
|Fannie Frantz Smith graduated in 1926 with a Normal degree.|
|Ora Hale Yohn graduated in 1919 with a BA.|
|Cora Heestand Fisher graduated in 1919 with a BA. She died in 1969.|
|Ida Metzger graduated in 1919 with a BA. She died in 1980.|
|Cora Miller Stahly was a member of the class of 1900. She died in 1971.|
|Naomi Miller graduated in 1925 with a BA.|
|Trude Mishler Irvin graduated in 1919 with a BA.|
|Ruth Minnich Neher graduated with a BA in 1919.|
|Alma Weddle Studebaker was a member of the class of 1908. She died in 1946.|
|Edith Weybright Huber graduated in 1919 with a BA. She died in 1986.|
|Pearl White Groff Yost was a member of the class of 1915.|
|Nellie Wondergem was a member of the class of 1921.|
Also included are images of a campfire, Chapel building, men preparing to have a footrace, Adelphia society, women's basketball 1919, Glee Club, women eating in unidentified room, Della Lehman, Elsie Miller, Edith Yaney Shafer, student housing, Maypole dance, groups of students, and portraits.
|Manchester College Promotional: "Rotogravure, The News-Sentinel," Saturday, November 8, 1947 ||MC2009/99a,b |
Trailer Court: Rotogravure, The News-Sentinel, 1947.
Trailer Court: Rotogravure, The News-Sentinel, 1947.
Featured in this newspaper spread are:
- the Chime Tower and Oakwood Hall
- Spartan Halls (barracks for men)
- (the new dormitory to house 100 men and costing an estimated $225,000
- Professor O. W. Neher and Professor Edward Kintner conferring in biology building with crayfish chart
- Tennis courts and 30 trailers for married veterans
- Campus radio station featuring Irvin Hoff, student and Dr. Orland lefforge, speech professor officiating as members of TKA, honorary speech fraternity, broadcast. Photographed are Wayne Miller, from North Manchester; Miss Elsie Rossmanith, Rensselaer; Ralph Yaney and Glen Crago, North Manchester
- Coeds, Miss Anna Mae Ehrmin, Mishawaka and Carlton Stoddard, Louisville, Ohio
- 1947 May Queen Mary Kathryn Cooper, Dayton, Ohio with football players John Krieg, Ft. Wayne and Ellis Lehman, Windbor, PA.
- Miss Mary Jane Penrod, Bluffton, IN, learns how to be a school teacher at Thomas Marshall School with Mrs. Esther Mae Ashley, student teacher director, and Miss Lucille Wright, critic teacher, along with a class of schoolchildren.
- Professors A. R. Eikenberry (Psychology), Fred R. Conkling (English) and Dr. C. S. Morris (Physics) in Administration Building with portrait of Otho Winger, President from 1911 - 1941 in background.
|Manchester College Written Histories Collection||MC2003/125 || Manchester College Written Histories Collection, including picnic- basket story of President Howe. |
|Manchester College: Contributions to a Better World||MC2010/194 |
Letter to Timothy K. Jones of Manchester College by Robert S. Zigler, Washington, DC. The letter starts:
"Here's the stuff re MC and the contribution to a better world."
A list cites Manchester College graduates that have been involved in Relief, Rehabilitation and/or Development.
|Manchester College: Historical Movies ||MC2009/147a,b,c |
This collection of historical movies comes from the latter years of Otho Winger's presidency and the early years of Schwalm's. The Archivist believes a clip is from Schwalm's inauguration in the fall of 1941.
Several graduations are documented, one in which Winger hold a lighted candle and lights a candle for each robed student.
Moving pictures of May Days, for at least two years....complete with gymnasts, male tumblers in short-shorts, a funny costumed bull (two people) and bull fighter, dances around the Maypole, the May Day Queen and entourage, and parade.
Camp Mack day showing student and professors arriving/departing by train and playing games and eating at Camp Mack.
Homecoming, including "Blitzkreig on Valpo."
Probably a promotional segment where a veiled young woman visits Manchester College with her mother, father and brother. Their car pulls up next to the tennis courts and they exit the car and walk slowly to the Administration building.
|Manchester College: History, the Helman Collection||MC2012/7 |
Articles of historical interest and significance to Manchester College and to the Town of North Manchester.
|Manchester College: Ideals, Objectives, Requirements||MC2008/84 |
Ideals and objectives and requirements for various years, beginning with President Schwalm and ending with President Marden.
|Manchester College: Maps and Architectural Plans, and Proposed Projects||MC2009/83a,b,c ||Maps and proposed plans of Manchester College (1945), with campus map, proposed building plans as well as primary electric, sewer and water line information for north Kenapocomoco Athletic Field. |
|Manchester College: Older Photographs||MC2011/57 ||Photo album containing 5" x 7" black and white photographs of buildings and scenes on Manchester College Campus. |
|Manchester College: Presidential Search||MC General File: Presidential Search |
2004 packet containing presidential search position announcement, presidential profile and nomination form.
|Manchester College: Promotional Material, Older||MC2010/169 |
Older promotional materials for Manchester College:
One small booklet promotes the Educational Department that "has gained recognition in Indiana, Ohio and other states."
There is also a publicity postcard in black and white showing 9 shots of locations and buildings on campus.
One small print of Oakwood Hall.
|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). |
|Maps of North Manchester ||MC2009/82a,b,c,d |
Four maps of North Manchester from various years and sources. Maps show stores and identify buildings in the town.
|Marching Band: Photograph circa 1920 - 1940 ||MC2009/42 ||Marching Band photo taken in front of Administration Building circa 1920 - 1940. |
|Math Clubs||MC2007/15 ||Information about three clubs: Mathematics Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon and Chi Psi. |
|May Day Celebrations: The 1960's||MU2013/32 E ||Photographs of May Day celebrations, May Queens and their Courts, from the 1960's. |
|Miller, Robert Henry: Minister, Church of the Brethren||MC2009/87 |
Elder Robert Henry Miller, minister in the Church of the Brethren had a son, Manchester College Professor Robert Henry Miller, a minister as well. The accession page gives information about both father and son. MC2009/87 is the manuscript of an unpublished book by Professor R. H. Miller, "Comments on the Gospel of John."
Miller, Robert Henry (1825-1892) obituary in the Gospel Messenger.
|Montel, Gary: Public Relations Wall of Fame, Photographs ||MC2004/729: Montel, Gary |
Photograph of Gary Montel in the Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection, MC2004/729.
|Morris, Charles: Photograph Collection||MC2008/36 ||Photo of Dr. C. S. Morris, Physics Dpt., and student. Photo of newly constructed Holl-Kintner Science building. |
|Moudy, Quentin: Photograph||MC2004/729: Moudy, Quentin |
Photograph of Quentin Moudy: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection. This image is part of the larger collection MC2004/729. See MC2004/729 for description of the entire group of photographs.
||Quentin Moudy with printing tool in hand and paper and canister on table|
|Mount Morris Alumni Card File||MC2003/2 ||Mount Morris College Alumni information |
- Mount Morris Alumni Card File
|Mount Morris College Collection||MC2002/208 |
The Merger of Mount Morris College and Manchester College
Mount Morris: Copy of agreement to merge with Manchester College and other legal documents
|Mount Morris College: Assorted Items||MU2013/2 |
An assortment of materials related to Mount Morris College, Illinois that include; snapshots of the renovated campus, a photocopy of the article, "Mount Morris College Alumni End Tradition of Reunions," and a copy of the book, "Memories of Old Sandstone."
|Mount Morris College: Buildings on Campus, Photograph||MC2004/585 ||Photograph of the buildings of Mount Morris College. Undated, between 1913 and 1931. |
|Mount Morris College: Faculty and Staff, President Stein, John W. ||MC2003/119 ||Mount Morris President J. W. Stein papers: |
- In 1881, J.W. Stein, then president of Mt. Morris College, disappeared mysteriously, leaving behind his wife and children.
|Mount Morris College: Fire, 1931, Newspaper Articles||MC2008/57 ||Newspaper articles about building plans following the 1931 fire. |
|Mount Morris College: Fire, 1931, Photographs||MC2009/146a-e |
Photographs of the 1931 fire at Mt. Morris College.
|Mount Morris College: Frantz, David, Postcard||MC2008/66 |
Postcard of David Frantz and two others in their room at Mt. Morris College, Illinois, circa 1912.
|Mount Morris College: History||MC2003/141 ||Mount Morris College Written Histories Collection |
|Mount Morris College: Kinsley, Lucile Buck||MC2003/370 |
Lucile Buck Kinsley's Mount Morris College Memorabilia Collection circa 1932.
|Mount Morris College: Memorabilia||MC2004/1 |
Mount Morris College Memorabilia: 1906 through 1931.
|Mount Morris College: Mohler, R. E., Postcard Collection ||MC2004/211 |
Robert E. Mohler graduated from Mount Morris College in 1912 with a B.A. degree. He served Mount Morris as Physical Director, Education during the 1912-1913 school year. Robert Mohler died in 1980. This is his postcard collection.
|Mount Morris College: Mohler, Robert||MC2004/444 |
A postcard collection belonging to Robert Mohler, 1912 graduate of Mount Morris College. Pictures show Old Sandstone during and after the fire of 1912, and an image of the campus circa 1915-1920.
|Mount Morris College: Neff, Ida Fields, Postcard Collection||MC2003/352 |
This is the postcard collection of Ida Fields Neff who graduated from Manchester College in 1920. It reflects student life at Manchester College, Indiana and at Mount Morris College, Illinois. Included is an image of West End Mission, North Manchester.
|Mount Morris College: Newspaper Clippings, Mount Morris Index||MC2004/368 ||
Mount Morris Index Articles;
1. "Closing Days at Mount Morris College," dated 4 June 1914.
2. Rest of the series from Item 1. Shows buildings of Mount Morris College.
|Mount Morris College: Permanent Records||MC2003/369: Mount Morris |
Mount Morris College: Mount Morris College Miscellaneous Permanent Records
- Miscellaneous permanent records of Mt. Morris College, arranged alphabetically. Academy records are also included.
|Mount Morris College: Permanent Records||MC2002/321 |
Permanent records of Mt. Morris College, arranged alphabetically.
|Mount Morris College: Photograph Collection ||MC2004/2 |
Fourteen photographs of Mount Morris College.
|Mount Morris College: Postcard Collection ||MC2003/76 |
Photographs of Mount Morris College circa 1912. Some were used as postcards and have messages written on the verso. Images of Old Sandstone's exterior and interior after being damaged by fire. Pictures of Old Sandstone being rebuilt and after the building program.
|Mount Morris College: Stover, Miriam||MC2003/371 |
Miriam Stover's Mount Morris College Memorabilia Collection, circa 1913 - 1920.
|Mount Morris College:1880 Publicity Flyer and Association with Jane Addams||MC 2008/79: Mt. Morris, Jane Addams |
Richard Edwards and John Harvey Parr, who were teachers of Jane Addams in Cedarville, Illinois - later taught at the Rock River Seminary. Rock River Seminary closed in 1878 and reopened as Mount Morris College.
One flyer from 1880 advertising Mt. Morris College to interested Brethren.
|Mount Morris: Mote Postcard Collection ||MC2003/330 |
Mr. and Mrs. Mote Postcard Collection of Mount Morris College featuring campus buildings and Mt. Morris pennant, circa 1908.
|Mt. Morris College: Heisler Collection, Photographs of Alumni, 100th Anniversary, College Song, 1912 Fire, History, Old Folks Home||MC2004/540 |
Milly Heisler Collection including a history of Mount Morris College. Picture of Mount Morris Old Folks Home. Photos of "pigtail day" and "tie day," as well as other interesting images.
|Muir, Gladdys||Large Box 89 (Peace Studies 4): Muir, Gladdys |
Correspondence, memorabilia and photographs pertaining to Gladdys Muir.
|Multicultural Affairs Program||MC General Filing Cabinet: Multicultural Affairs |
A brochure describing The Multicultural Affiars Program that was designed to offer American ethnic minority and international students an enriched social, cultural and educational experience.
|Music Department: Photographs||MC2004/129 ||All photos are black and white and were photographed by Patte Stockberger Class of 1995], Many are identified and most are from the 1990's. |
|Music, Drama and Visiting Artistis: Posters||MC2009/71 |
This large collection of materials ranging from MC2009/7-A - MC2009/71-V,j1a,b includes printed and hand-made posters and other memorabilia accumulated throughout the years in the Manchester College Archives.
|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.
|Natural Science Division: Newspaper Clippings||MC2012/29 ||Newspaper articles related to the Natural Sciences at Manchester College. |
|Natural Sciences Division: Conference, 1960||MC2008/106 ||"Science and Tomorrow, a conference in conjunction with the dedication of The Hall of Science," 1960. (Holl Kintner). |
|Natural Sciences Division: Faculty Images, Photographs||MC2010/70 |
Identified slides of former faculty in the Natural Sciences Division, circa 1960- 1975.
|Natural Sciences Division: National Science Foundation Summer Program||MC2003/365 ||James R. Gaier BS '74 taught in the Natural Sciences Division at Manchester College 1992-2004. This is a collection of his photographs including images from the National Science Foundation Summer Programs. |
|Neff, Ida Fields: Photograph Collection, circa 1916 - 1922||MC2004/241 |
Ida Fields Neff Photograph Collection, including:
The Buckeye Sprouts.
Class in basketry.
Cora Heestand 1916.
Mabel Workman Hoff [BA 1922].
Manchester Fellows 1922.
Celesta Wine. Roommate of Ida Fields 1917.
|Neff, Noble: Photograph||MC2010/87, Folder #13 ||Photogaph of Manchester College alumnus, Noble Neff, Class of 1922, standing in front of a brick building.|
|Neher, O. W.: Photographs Biology Dpt. and Hall of Science||MC2009/53 |
O. W. Neher photographs: Biology Department Photos and Hall of Science Dedicatory Materials.
|New Union: Student Group, Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/304 ||Brochure entitled "The New Union: Serving a Responsible Student Body." |
Memo to Members of the Administrative Committee from Off ice of the Dean of Students, dated 9 June 1969. Discussed a conference between Paul W. Hoffman and the President & Vice-President of the New Union.
Essay written by Alan Flory regarding the New Union, dated 15 May 1969.
For more material on the New Union (NU) see also: Oak Leaves, 30 April 1969 p.1.
|Newman Catholic Fellowship: Aurora Photograph||MC2004/408: Newman Catholic Fellowship #62 ||The Newman Catholic Fellowship photograph #62 is part if the larger Aurora Photograph Collection 2001 MC2004/408. |
|Newspaper Spread: Education and Professional Programs Division||MC2009/118 ||Newspaper spread, "Manchester Makes Educators," by Joe Gaskill. |
|North Manchester Buildings||File Folder: Local History Section, northeast shelving unit, (IS). ||History, Indiana and Local: Hotel, Town of North Manchester: Lantz House, Sheller Hotel, Grimes Hotel and Hospitality House. |
|Oak Leaves: Editor's Manual 1946||MC2008/192 ||A handbook for the Oak Leaves editor. A typed, cut and pasted, guide that includes a description of terms as well as many examples. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs||MU2012/16 - Folder #1 |
These pictures appear to be from 2004 and 2005. They are snapshots of students on campus, theatrical production, Schwalm Hall alarm, Day of Silence - Night of Noise.
|Oak Leaves: Photographs||MU2012/16 - Folder #2 ||An assortment of unidentified and undated pictures. These images might related to January term trips, Habitat for Humanity, and concerns in the Middle East. Student photographs are included. |
|Office of Printing Services||MC2004/281 |
Materials designed and/or printed by the Manchester College Office of Printing Services for many College departmets. See "Scope and Content."
|Office of Printing Services Photographs||MC2004/399 |
Office of Printing Services Photographs:
Color photo of group of employees posed outside union building. L-R: Steve Shaum, ?, ?, ?, Dave Good, ?, Joy Groninger.
Black and white photo of Jim Gaier. This is one of the photographs from the Wall of Fame in the Administration Building.
|Office of Printing Services: Poster||MC2010/53: O.O.P.S. Groundhogs, 1994 ||This is part of the larger collection accessioned as MC2010/53. |
|Ogden, Tim: Photograph, Public Relations Wall of Fame||MC2004/729: Ogden, Timothy ||Photograph of Timothy Ogden: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection. Tim Ogden's photograph is #29 in this series of 44 pictures. |
|Oriental Manuscripts ||MC2009/47 ||Japanese or Chinese calligraphy in black ink on large pieces of paper. |
|Original Alumni Fountain: Photograph||MC2003/55 |
Original Alumni Fountain Photograph: Crowd of men, women, and children surrounding original Alumni Fountain. Bumgardner Hall is shown in the background.
See Also: Fountains.
|Otho Winger Memorial Building Postcard||MC2003/98 |
Color postcard of Winger Building. Labeled on back, "Otho Winger Memorial Building, Erected 1952, Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana."
For material related to the Winger Memorial Building, see : Manchester College Bulletin January 1949 p.1; October 1950 p.1; November 1950 p.1; January 1951 p.1; February 1951 p.1; March 1951 p.1; June 1951 p.2; July 1951 p.1; October 1951 p.4; November 1951 p.2; June 1952 p.2; July 1952 p.1; October 1952 p.1; Photo box 125.
|Otho Winger Memorial Building Postcard-Drawing||MC2003/146 ||Postcard with black and white drawing of Winger Building. |
|Peace House||Peace House: Information |
See Muir [Gladdys] Peace House & Garden. This home was built in 1929 by the Rarick's.
|Peace Studies: Administration Office Momentos||MU2012/67 |
One VHS tape - The Vagina Monologues.
One book, "Gladdys E. Muir, Professor, Peacemaker, Mystic," by Herbert Hogan.
One notebook containing schedules for special convocations, events and Values Ideas and the Arts programs beginning Winter Term 1960 and ending Spring Term 1979.
|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..."
|PERC: Dedication Photographs||MC2008/164 ||Physical Education and Recreation Center (PERC): Photograph of President Helman and Alumnus at dedication 1982. |
|Petersime Chapel ||MC2006/15 ||Petersime Chapel: Photo of spire during installation. Correspondence regarding function of devotional chapel and use of organ. Program, "Service of Dedication." |
|Petersime Chapel: 50 Year Anniversary||MC2012/40 ||Programs, postcards and DVD celebrating 50 Golden Years of Petersime Chapel, 8 October 2011. |
|Photgraph Montage||MC2007/60 ||Montage of re-printed material featuring MC characters, buildings, organizations. |
|Photograph and Memorabilia Assortment||MC2011/192 |
A packet of materials was dropped at the Front Desk of the Library by an unidentified individual during the month of July 2011. The contents contained photographs from Manchester College and one paper fan from a local funeral home. The Archivist believes this assortment was received from former Archivist, Ferne Baldwin. Two of the photographs were of the "Flying Club?" and were accessioned as MC2011/190. A listing of the remaining objects follows:
1. One fan from George N. Bender & Son Funderal Directors, North Manchester, Indiana. The picture on the fan is that of a young mother holding a sleeping baby in her arms and is titled, "Loves Gift Divine." This fan will be filed in the Local History Box of the Archives by its accession number MC2011/192fan.
2. Eight Photographs:
Two photographs of the gymnasium layout for a program held in June 1967. At first glance, until looking at the date, it appears as if this could be for baccalaureate and commencement exercises.
One photograph of Student Alumni Service Award recipients, Cynthia Bull (MC Class of 1990) and Matthew Smucker (MC Class of 1990) as well as Alumni Service Award reciptients Robin Lahman, Florence Freed (MC Class of 1928) and Helen Taylor (MC Class of 1973).
Two color snapshots of the footfield field with chairs, platform and band. This is possibly for graduation exercises.
One black and white photograph of aerial view of campus with Petersime Chapel, Funderburg Library, the Gymnasium/Auditorium, Holl-Kintner Hall of Science and the Winger building before it was the Wine-Winger building.
8" x 10" black and white photograph of students, possibly from the 1970's.
Black and white 8" x 10" publicity photograph of Paul Polivnick, Associate Conductor, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
|Photograph Collection, Public Relations: Wall of Fame, Faculty and Staff||MC2004/729 ||Faculty/Staff Photographs: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection |
|Photographic Negatives circa 1958||MC2010/79a-i ||An assortment of negatives for black and white images shot circa 1958. |
|Photographs of Conductor, Arthur Fiedler||MC2010/102 ||Photographs of Arthur Fiedler on the Manchester College campus when he came to direct a group of young string players. More information is needed to add to this record. |
|Photographs: Alumni Days and Alumni Reunions ||MC2004/90 |
Photographs are from Homecoming and Alumni Days 1993. Many alumni are identified.
|Photographs: Art, Buildings, College Campus, Ceremonies, Students, Football, Sports||MC2006/31 |
Assortment of photographs of campus buildings, the construction of Holl-Kintner, the old observatory, May Day, Ikenberry Hall, students and professors, including Allen Deeter, Niswander and Glade.
Also included are photographs of Football 1960 - 1976 and Martial Arts.
Students in class and on campus, 1974 and earlier: 1974 photo of Yvonne Frey, Dave Ball, Margie Schaeffer. Phil Amadon, Donna Hubscher, Nancy Hood, Patricia Dickens.
Photographs of pottery and painting art class.
|Photographs: Assorted||MC2006/31 |
Assorted Photographs of Buildings, College Campus, Tennis Courts, Ceremonies, Students
|Photographs: Faculty and Staff||MC2004/124 |
Bicycling to Camp Mack 1991, Professor Al Herring. 9/19/91.
Gilbert Foster, graphic artist, during staff recognition. Dubbed "Batman" because of his help in getting bats out of the Administration Building. 4/5/93.
Leonard Williams, Jr., Associate Professor of Political Science. 9/28/92.
Katherine Tinsley, Assistant Professor of History. 9/28/92.
Dr. David Hicks, Assistant Professor of Biology. 10/17/92.
Lani Roberts, Director of Career Services. 10/19/92.
Leonard Williams. 10/16/92.
Dr. Larry Underberg, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies. 10/16/92.
Dale Liston, head football coach, Deanna Brown, campus pastor, at Christian Hindman's memorial. 3/2/93.
David P. Kreps '64, Barbara Ehrhardt '89, David J. Hicks, Alan Holyoak, Albert Williams. 9/6/92.
College Exploration Day. Dr. James Streator.
David Good, soccer coach and staff member, leads at the staff recognition. 4/5/93.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1997 - May 2000 - Part 1||MC2012/36 |
Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 1997 through December 1997.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1998 - May 2000 - Part 2||MC2012/36b |
Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 1998 through December 1998.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1998 - May 2000 - Part 3||MC2012/36c |
Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 1999 through July 1999.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1998 - May 2000 - Part 4||MC2012/36d |
Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. August 1999 through December 1999.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1998 - May 2000 - Part 5||MC2012/36e |
Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 2000 - May 2000.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1998 - May 2002: Miscellaneous Assortment||MC2012/36h ||Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 1998 - May 2002. These images were out of order within the collection and the subject and/or date could not be determined. They form a miscellaneous group that falls somewhere within this general time period. |
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 2001 - May 2002 - Part 1||MC2012/36g - Part 1 ||Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 2001 - September 2001. |
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, June 2000 - December 2000 - Part 6||MC2012/36f ||Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. June 2000 - December 2000. |
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, October 2001 - May 2002 - Part 2||MC2012/36g - Part 2 ||Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. October 2001 - May 2002. |
|Photographs: Slides||ROSeptember2012/6 ||Slides of buildings, campus scenes, activities, sports, people from 1995 - 1995. |
|Photographs: Student, Faculty and Staff ||MC2004/408 |
Baccalaureate and Commencement Aurora Photograph Collection, 2001. Box 191 contains student, faculty, and staff portraits that appeared in the 2001 edition of the Aurora. Each photograph is labeled with the subject's name. Box 193 contains 6 CD-ROMs and photographs.
|Physical Plant and Campus||Physical Plant and Campus: Additional Information ||See also: Aerial views of campus; Buildings; Gospel Messenger, 23 June 1945 p.5; Manchester College Bulletin, July 1950 p.3; July 1951 p.4; July 1977 p.9; Oak Leaves, 19 September 1963 p.1; 3 October 1963 p.2 (history); Photo Box 148. |
|Physical Plant: Fleet of Vehicles||MC2010/143 ||One copy of a 1981 newspaper article about the College's vehicular fleet. |
|Physical Plant: Photographs||Photo Box 128 ||Campus Buildings: Physical Plant, Photographs. |
|Plan of Campus Development, A. Blair Helman Papers (MC2002/2)||MC2002/2u |
Plan of campus development developed by Metropolitan Planners and MCRS, 1958-1960 in the A. Blair Helman papers.
|Planar, John: Public Relations Wall of Fame||MC2004/729: #30, Planer ||John Planer photograph: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection, #30 [composite of nine poses, most including slide projector on cart and/or pointed finger]. This photograph is part of the larger collection MC2004/729. |
|Plant Analysis Notebook: Goshorn, Mt. Morris College, 1889||MC2011/125 |
About 61 plants are recorded in this personal notebook kept by Ezra N. Goshorn, thought to be a student at Mt. Morris College, Illinois. The book spans 17 April 1889 through 29 July 1897. The preprinted formatted notebook is entitled, “APGAR’S PLANT ANALYSIS: Adapted to Gray’s Botanies," by E. A. and A. C. Apgar.
|Plaque: Library Furnished in Memory of Max And Joyce Rust Snider, From Class of 1958||MC2010/84 ||One metal plaque made by the U.S. Bronze Sign Co., N.Y. "Gifts From The Class of 1958 And Others Helped Furnish This Library In Memory of Max and Joyce Rust Snider." |
|Polley, Frederick: Artist, Drawing||MC2004/624 ||Frederick Polley drawing of Ikenberry Hall. |
|Portraits: Holl and Kintner||MC2011/148a,b |
The Holl-Kintner Hall of Science was constructed during the first phase of the March of Progress fundraising campaign was named in honor of Professors Holl and Kintner. These portraits were located in the lobby of Holl-Kintner Hall of Science.
|Postcards: Mohler Collection of College and First Brethren Church||MC2010/43 |
- Antique postcard of the First Brethren Church with a sign, "God is Calling You," above the door.
Oakwood Hall, Manchester College.
Panoramic view of Manchester College, showing Gymnasium/Auditorium and Power House (with smokestack), and Science Building with Greenhouse.
Gymnasium/auditorium, Manchester College.
Fountain, Manchester College.
Chime tower, Administration Building, Manchester College.
|Poster: Centennial Auction, 1990. ||See MC2010/53 ||The poster labeled, "Centennial Auction," 1990 is part of the larger collection MC2010/53. |
|Posters and Articles From Manchester College ||MC2009/71,A-V |
File Folder MC2009/71-A: A Cappella Choir
File Folder MC2009/71-AL: Artist Lecture Series
File Folder MC2009/71-B: Brethren Colleges Abroad
File Folder MC2009/71-C: Children's Theatre
File Folder MC2009/71-CB: Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble
File Folder MC2009/71-CH: Choral Events
File Folder MC2009/71-CY: Church of the Brethren Youth Conference
File Folder MC2009/71-D: Dances
File Folder MC2009/71-E: Events on Campus
File Folder MC2009/71-MSO: Manchester Civic and Symphony Orchestra
File Folder MC2009/71-MU: Music Department
File Folder MC2009/71-PEV: Performances and Events
File Folder MC2009/71-PMOA: Plays, Musicals, One Acts
File Folder MC2009/71-SP: Sports, Posters with Football schedules.
File Folder MC2009/71-V: Various, including Admissions Material, Parents' Weekend, Fundraising, Phonathon, Graphics Department
|Pottenger, James Lee||MC2009/37 |
Pottenger, James Lee, Class of 1939.
Letters, information about the debating team, photo, interesting items, see: Betty (Pottenger) Refior (Class of 1943) Collection MC2009/37.
See Also: Betty Pottenger Phelps Refior typed copies of her brother's letters that recorded his missionary experience. Included in the collection are photographs, drawings, architectural plans and other memorabilia. This collection is now at the DePauw University Archives, 11 E. Lrabee St., Greencastle, Indiana 46135
See also: Manchester College Bulletin August 1950 p.3
|Powderpuff Football: Photograph||MC2004/408, no.51 |
See Powderpuff Football, photo #51, in Aurora Photograph Collection 2001. This picture is part of a larger collection accessioned as MC2004/408.
|Pranks: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/307 ||Pranks pulled by students during President Helman's time as President. |
|President's Attic||MC2006/13 ||President's Attic. Assortment of letters, papers, memorabilia pulled from forgotten storage space. |
|President's Office: Departments and Divisions||MU2012/103 Box 3 |
President's Box #3: Departments and Divisions.
|President's Office: Presidential Correspondence A - M||MU2012/103 Box 1 ||Presidential Correspondence A - M. |
|President's Residence, Bond Street: Photographs||MC2004/432 |
Photographs of the President's Residence on Bond Street.
For more material related to President's Residence, see: Tall Oaks.
|Presidents: Photograph Collection||MC2003/105 ||Photographs of the Presidents of Manchester University - oversized collection. Also included are the photographs of the Chinese Wedding performed by President Winger. |
|Previously Accessioned and Unaccessioned Posters and Articles From Manchester College ||MC2009/71 Entire Collection |
A large collection of materials ranging from MC2009/7-A - MC2009/71-V,j1a,b consisting of printed and hand-made posters and other memorabilia that accumulated throughout the years in the Manchester College Archives.
|Public Relations Photograph Collection: Faculty and Students. ||MC2003/367 |
Photographs of faculty, staff and students were taken and displayed in the Administration Building's main hallway on the "Wall of Fame." There are many identified faculty and students in this collection:
|Public Relations Photograph Collection: Students||MC2003/366 |
Many students in this collection of photographs are identified.
|Public Relations: Chuck Savage Slides||MU2012/89 ||Slides from Public Relations - many taken by Chuck Savage. Most are campus scenes - with buildings and students. One group of slides (probably not Savage shots) shows the construction of Cordier Auditorium in 1976 and 1977. |
|Public Relations: Dedication of Administration Building 1921||MC2009/113a,b ||Newspaper articles regarding the festivities surrounding the dedication of the Administration Building, 1921. |
|Public Relations: Images and media coverage 1994 - 2006||MC2008/145a-z2 |
Slides, Transparencies and News Clips From the Office of Public Relations including Manchester College campus and classroom scenes, athletic and other events, faculty, staff, students and images from the North Manchester area.
|Public Relations: Negatives and Slides||MU2012/135 |
Negatives and slides taken by photographer, Churck Savage. These images came to the Archives during the offices moves in the Administration Building in the summer of 2012. A copy of the book, "Placing the Light on the Stand, Manchester College Enters the New Century," featuring the work of photographer, Chuck Savage.
|Public Relations: News Releases and News Clippings||ROSeptember2012/25 ||News releases and news clippings 1996 - 1997 - 1998 - 1999 - 2000 - 2001 - 2002 - 2003. |
|Public Relations: Newspaper Promotional||MC2009/99 |
Newspaper spread: Promotional: "Rotogravuer, The News-Sentinel," Saturday, November 8, 1947.
|Public Relations: Photographs||MU2012/80 ||Photographs of faculty, staff, students, alumni, college events, athletics, etc. circa 2001, 2002, 2003. |
|Public Relations: Photographs||MU2012/81 ||Photographs, negatives and contact sheets primarily from 2003. |
|Public Relations: Photographs||MU2012/88 ||An assortment of photographs from Public Relations including faculty and staff, students and guests on campus. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/118 ||Photographs, negatives and other forms of visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/119 ||Photographs, negatives and other forms of visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. These pictures are mainly from 1993. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/120 ||Photographs, negatives and other forms of visual media from Public Relations. Most pictures are from 1994 and include students,professors, and campus events such as Homecoming, May Day Weekend and Graduation. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/121 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Pictures are from Alumni Days (circa mid to late 1990's) and photographs from 1995, 1996, 1997. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/122 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Reunion pictures of alumni from Class years of 1928 through the early 1990's. Negatives from reunions circa 2000. Photographs from reunions taking place in 2004. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/127 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Photographs include pictures of the members of the administration and Board of Trustees. Special members of the faculty are also recognized with a picture. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/130 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Included are pictures of men's wrestling, campus shots featuring buildings and signage, the chime and its chimers, Funderburg Library, international flags, and the inauguration of Parker Marden. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/131 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. This is a diverse folder. Many of these pictures record trips made during January Term and another folder contains images of Koinonia. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media, ||MU2012/128 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media, ||MU2012/133 ||Photographs, negatives and other forms of visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Most of these pictures focus on music. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media, ||MU2012/134 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Images of individuals involved with BIology, Chemistry and the Natural Sciences. Pictures of the rolling and grading of area near PERC, the Phonathon, sneakers in a tree, residence life, student group portraits, theater, the renovation of the Union, student volunteer projects, and WBKE. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media, ||MU2012/123 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Pictures include Philanthropy Convocations and awards, graduation photos from different years, Homecoming images, faculty and student pictures, PERC and athletics photographs, music images, and campus scenes. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media, ||MU2012/124 |
Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Many pictures of students, events, and faculty/staff circa the mid to late 1990's. Pictures from other years offer campus scenes, Fall 2003 Service Day at North Mandchester Historical Society, Fun Fest and more.
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media, ||MU2012/125 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. |
|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.
|Public Relations: Promotional Label and Card||MC2004/691 ||Promotional label. "Building for Tomorrow - Today." V. F. Schwalm, President. |
|Public Relations: Scenes of Manchester College Campus||MU2012/136a,b ||This collection is composed of two sets of images that capture campus scenes and document campus buildings. |
|Public Relations: Wall of Fame Negatives||MU2012/132 ||Negatives from Scott McCalpine's images shot for the Wall of Fame in 2003. |
|Public Relations: Wall of Fame Photographs||MU2012/85 ||Many of these images are from 2002. These are probably faculty/staff and student photographs taken for the Wall of Fame. |
|Public Relations: Wall of Fame Photographs||MU2012/86 ||Wall of Fame contact sheets and undated photographs of staff, faculty, students and campus events. Many individuals are identified (2002). |
|Reber, D. C.: Reber House Photographs||MC2004/430 |
Photographs of D. C. Reber's house taken by Lloyd Hoff. These include a picture of snow on 5 March 1965 and a picture on 7 October 1963.
|Reel-To-Reel Tapes||MC2007/229 |
Old Ampex reel-to-reel format tapes including the lectures given by professors such as Gary Deavel, Jim Hollis, John Planer, Steven Batzka, Charles Klinger, James R. C. Adams, and others. The college does not have the equipment necessary to listen to some of these recordings.
In 2009 and 2010 Pittman and his staff were able to digitize some of the recordings that were on particular types of tape.
|Reinoehl, Kim: Public Relations Wall of Fame, Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Reinoehl, Kim ||Photograph of Kim Reinoehl: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection. This photograph of the Office of Admissions: #42 with Jolane Rohr, Sandy Bendsen, Jill Biehl, Kim Reinoehl, Melissa West, and Steve Schaum, is part of the larger collection MC2004/729. |
|Relief and Rehabilitation: Article Collection, C.P.S. Camp 101 ||MC2002/50 |
"Action of U.S. Congress." Gospel Messenger 92.31 (July 31, 1943): 17.
"Education for Service in Relief and Reconstruction Organized…" Gospel Messenger 92.20 (May 15, 1943): 19.
"Foreign Relief Training." Gospel Messenger 92.41 (October 9, 1943): 14-15.
"Manchester Unit." Second Mile [publication of C.P.S. Camp #48, Marienville, PA]. July 1943.
"Plans for Manchester Relief Corps." Gospel Messenger 92.32 (August 7, 1943): 21.
|Relief and Rehabilitation: C.P.S. Camp 101, Registrar's Records||MC2002/295 |
Matriculation cards for all students enrolled in Manchester's 10-week relief training program. Student information included: name, marital status, rooming location, parent's name, home address, courses, grades.
|Relief and Rehabilitation: C.P.S. Unit 101||MC2002/236 |
C.P.S. Unit 101
"Possible Criteria for Selecting Personnel for Relief and Reconstruction Training"
"A Handbook on Relief and Rehabilitation"
"General Background Material, Including Reference Works"
"Relief Administration--A Bibliography"
"Guide for Developing Questions for Project Records"
"Relief Training School--Courses Offered"
|Relief and Rehabilitation: C.P.S. Unit 101, Registrar's Records||MC2004/9 |
C.P.S. Unit 101 Registrar's Records along with a brief history and reference material describing the creation of CPS Camp 101 and its sub-camps, of which Manchester College was one. Manchester College's 10-week program was directed locally by Dr. Andrew W. Cordier. The sixty-seventy CPS'ers were chosen by Brethren Service Committee, and the plan was for them to leave the country and begin relief and rehabilitation work immediately after the program's completion.
|Residence Halls||MC2002/309 |
Pamphlets on housing, residence life, and visitation. Information booklet on Ikenberry Hall, published in 1962. Ikenberry Hall constitution. Farewell to Oakwood Hall.
|Residence Life: Photographs||MC2004/131 |
A group of photographs representing Parents' Weekend, Hog Roast Weekend 1993 , the All-American Women's Baseball League 1993, the Ikenberry Serenade 1991, Student Visitation Day, as well as other events. Many students and individuals in the pictures are identified.
|Rest Room ||Large Box 26b: Rest Room ||This might actually be called "Resting Room" for Women. This was actually a room that women could call their own. See file in Buildings Large Box 26b. |
|Rhudy, William||MC 2004/729: Rhudy, Bill, #31 ||Bill Rhudy, #31of the Public Relations Wall of Fame photograph collection. This is part of the larger collection MC2004/729. |
|Rice, Mark: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Rice, Mark, #44 ||Mark Rice, #44, part of the Chartwells Staff: Diana Stephan, Marcia Knee, Cheryl Budnik, Mark Rice. This picture is part of the larger collection MC2004/729. |
|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."
|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.
|Robinson, William: President, Commencement Photograph Collection, Including Honorary Degree Recipient, 1993||MC2004/122 |
President WIlliam Robinson: Commencement Photograph Collection, 1993.
Honorary Degree recipient: Andrew Murray.
Honorary Degree recipient: Howard Brembeck.
Many faculty/staff, students and alumni are identified in this set of photographs.
|Rohr, Jolane Ogden: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Rohr, Jolane Ogden |
Photograph of Jolane Ogden Rohr is included in the Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection picture #42, Office of Admissions, along with,Sandy Bendsen, Jill Biehl, Kim Reinoehl, Melissa West, Steve Schaum.
|Ronald R. Hill Collection||MC2008/195a-p |
Ronald R. Hill Collection, Class of 1959. College Memorabilia from 1955 - 1959, including the autograph of Marian Anderson , Arnold Moss, and program for The Messiah, 1958.
|Rooming Hall: Photograph||MC2010/27 ||North Manchester College Rooming Hall. Photograph of house with three people, circa early 1900's. |
|Roosevelt, Eleanor: Visit to Manchester College, The Story ||Roosevelt, Eleanor: Story and Information |
Patricia Kennedy Helman's story about Eleanor Roosevelt’s visit to the President’s home. This was prior to the construction of Tall Oaks, and perhaps added to the urgency of constructing a presidential residence.
|Rural Life Room: Photograph||MC2008/122 ||Students in Rural Life Room reading an edition of the "Oak Leaves" with the headline, "Handel's Messiah To Be Given Dec. 14." |
|Schaum, Steve: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: #42, Schaum, Steve |
Steve's Schaum's photograph is included with image #42, Office of Admissions. The picture includes Jolane Rohr, Sandy Bendsen, Jill Biehl, Kim Reinoehl, and Melissa West. This picture is part of a larger collection containing 44 photographs.
|Scholarships: Names and Location||MU2012/117 File Folders #7, #8, #9, #10 ||Information about scholarships (1.) Awarded by Manchester College and (2.) Non-Manchester College related scholarships given to Manchester College students/alumni. |
|Scholarships: Names and Location||MU2012/117 File Folders #31, #32, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40 ||Information about scholarships (1.) Awarded by Manchester College and (2.) Non-Manchester College related scholarships given to Manchester College students/alumni. |
|Scholarships: Various||MC2009/71File MC2009/71-V: Various |
Posters about various scholarships.
|School Photograph in Front of Administration Building||MC2012/47 ||A photograph of Manchester College student, faculty and staff. The picture belonged to Ivan and Mary Flora Eikenberry and was probably taken about 1935. |
|Schuhle, William: Political Cartoon Collection||MU2012/72 |
In addition to being a professor at Manchester College, WIlliam Schuhle (Political Science and History) was a political and social cartoonist. This is a collection of original artwork and clippings of published cartoons.
|Schutz, J. Raymond||MC2011/227, Folders 17 - 22 ||This vast collection is divided between several pages designated as MC2011/227 [plus Folder Numbers]. Raymond Schutz was a professor at Manchester College. He was also farmer, public speaker, pastor, candidate for Congress (Indiana,1932) and a contendor in the 1936 race for Governor. Schutz was an outstanding official in the local, state and International Kiwanis Club and became President, and then Chairman, of the Standard Life Insurance Company of Indiana. One can get a feel for Pre WWII Indiana and Indiana involved in war. Letters to soldiers are included along with names of men from North Manchester who were killed. Prohibition, economic recovery from the Great Depression, and the impact of Hitler 's Germany on Europe, were somemajor issues of Schutz's day. Schutz was a contemporary of Andrew Cordier who participated in some of Schutz's political involvements. |
|Schutz, J. Raymond||MC2011/227, Folders 45 - 83 ||This vast collection is divided between several pages designated as MC2011/227 [plus Folder Numbers]. Raymond Schutz was a professor at Manchester College. He was also farmer, public speaker, pastor, candidate for Congress (Indiana,1932) and a contendor in the 1936 race for Governor. Schutz was an outstanding official in the local, state and International Kiwanis Club and became President, and then Chairman, of the Standard Life Insurance Company of Indiana. One can get a feel for Pre WWII Indiana and Indiana involved in war. Letters to soldiers are included along with names of men from North Manchester who were killed. Prohibition, economic recovery from the Great Depression, and the impact of Hitler 's Germany on Europe, were somemajor issues of Schutz's day. Schutz was a contemporary of Andrew Cordier who participated in some of Schutz's political involvements. |
|Schutz, J. Raymond||MC2011/227, Folders 84 - 120, and remaining items |
This vast collection is divided between several pages designated as MC2011/227 [plus Folder Numbers]. Raymond Schutz was a professor at Manchester College. He was also farmer, public speaker, pastor, candidate for Congress (Indiana,1932) and a contendor in the 1936 race for Governor. Schutz was an outstanding official in the local, state and International Kiwanis Club and became President, and then Chairman, of the Standard Life Insurance Company of Indiana. One can get a feel for Pre WWII Indiana and Indiana involved in war. Letters to soldiers are included along with names of men from North Manchester who were killed. Prohibition, economic recovery from the Great Depression, and the impact of Hitler 's Germany on Europe, were somemajor issues of Schutz's day. Schutz was a contemporary of Andrew Cordier who participated in some of Schutz's political involvements.
|Schwalm Hall||Oak Leaves |
See Also: Oak Leaves, 21 April 1960 p.1.
|Schwalm Hall and Communications Center: Dedication||MC2004/291 ||Dedication of the Communications Center (former Science Hall and Library) as well as the dedication of Schwalm Hall. |
|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.
|Schweisberger Glass Slide Collection: Town of North Manchester and Manchester College, Photographs||MC2005/4 |
Schweisberger Glass Slide Collection. Black and white and tinted glass slides of Manchester College and the North Manchester Community, c. 1900-1950.
|Science Center||MC2005/18 ||Small partial bluprint set including electric, furnishings and plumbing of laboratories. |
|Science Center||MC2008/03 ||Science Center: Features in R. L. Turner Resource, a construction magazine. |
|Science Center :Construction Photographs||MC2007/46 ||Science Center: Printed digital images of interior during construction and assembly. |
|Science Center: Displays Planning Collection, 2004 - 2005||MC2012/88 ||New Science Center displays: September 2004 - September 2005. Planning meetings notes and correspondence between Robin Gratz (Displays Coordinator) and Department Chairs, Designer, and Gene and Phyllis Likens. |
|Science Center: Newspaper Article||MC2008/188 || Science Center: A newspaper article from the newspaper, The Journal Gazette, about the Science Center and its use. |
|Science Center: Phographs||MC2004/242 ||All photographs are color shots of the Science Center construction, taken on 22 February 2004. |
|Science Center: Photograph Collection||MC2004/537 ||Various photographs of the Science Center construction, taken by Sara Smith in April 2004. |
|Science Center: Proposal, Fundraising, Dedication||MC2007/11 |
Science Center: Proposal, fundraising, dedication.
Material from MC2004/308 related to the Science Center is included with the folders of MC2007/11.
|Senger, Nettie: Buddhist Bible Vol. 4||MC2011/93 ||Nettie M. Senger, Manchester College Class of 1915 and Church of the Brethren missionary to China, presented "Buddhist Bible, Vol. 4" to the Manchester College Museum. |
|Senior Send-off||MC2010/53: Senior Send-off ||Part of a large collection, the folder labeled, "Senior Sendoff," 1993 contains a poster for this event. |
|Shafer, Edith Yaney Photograph Collection||MC2003/47 |
Edith Yaney Shafer Photograph Collection, including photographs of tennis (men's and women's), students, activities, residence life, the famous spoonholder, and buildings on campus. Photographs of Vernon Schwalm, who would later become President of Manchester College.
|Shroyer, Harold and Mildred Shroyer Young: Photograph Collection 1933-1934||MU2012/126 ||Many photographs belonging to Harold Shroyer and Mildred Inez Shroyer Young, who attended Manchester College. Harold's images were taken between 1929 and 1933. Mildred's pictures are dated 1933-1934. They offer an interesting and not often seen perspective to resident life. |
|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.
|Shultz, L. W.: Photograph Collection||MC2001/12h ||L.W. Shultz Papers: Photograph Collection including tours conducted by L. W. Shultz, Piney Woods, pictures of Cora and L. W. Shultz, and many more of European and Middle Eastern tours. |
|Shultz: Trip West||MC2011/122 |
These images appear to be from the 1960's and record a trip taken by L. W. and Cora Shultz. Stops include: Jackson Hole, Wyoming. a geyser at a national park, a church, the western mountains, and a decorative building with signage, "1966 Mitchell Corn Palace."
|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.
|Social Work: Accreditation||MC2009/97a,b,c,d : Social Work Accreditation |
Social Work Accreditation materials from the Office of Academic Affairs. This is part of a larger collection accessioned as MC2009/97a,b,c,d.
- Social Work Accreditation
- Institutional Research
- APC Minutes 1977-1988
- APC Minutes 1988-1993
- APC Minutes 1993-1998
- Library Renovation 1999
|South Bend City (Second) Church of the Brethren: Northern Indiana District ||COB Filing Cabinet: Northern Indiana District, South Bend ||Photographs of South Bend City Church of the Brethren bowling leagues and pictures of the church buildings and members. |
|Spartan Hall||MC2004/427 ||Spartan Hall photographs: These former barracks were purchased from Army surplus after World War II. They were used as housing right after the war (Spartan Hall) and later as storage for the maintenance department. |
|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 |
All photos are black and white. Many are identified and most are from the 1990's.
|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.
|Stafford, William: Collection||MC2005/13: William Stafford Collection |
William Stafford (1914-1993), US Poet Laureate 1970, received Relief and Rehabilitation* training in Civilian Public Service Camp 101 at Manchester College 1943, was member of MC English faculty 1955-56, and visited the college many other times. See letter in collection for further information.
|Stanton, Charles: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Stanton ||Charles Stanton sitting backwards in chair, photograph #33 in a collection of 44 pictures. See MC2004/719 for a complete listing of Faculty/Staff who are part of this collection. |
|Stebing, Glen: Class of 1943 Photograph Collection||MC2011/60 ||A collection of photographs circa 1943 featuring Manchester College Alumnus, Glen Stebing's, classmates. |
|Stephan, Diana: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/79: Chartwells |
Photograph of Chartwells Staff including Diana Stephan, Marcia Knee, Cheryl Budnik, Mark Rice: from the Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection, Photograph #44 of 44.
|Stinebaugh, Vernon||MC2011/171 |
Five letters from Vernon Stinebaugh including:
1. Music department stsatistics, 1972.
2. Professor Stinebaugh's days as a student at Manchester College, "A Public Paddling - Thwarted!"
3. Stinebaugh as Brethren minister's son, "Preacher's Kids Survive Wild Joy Ride."
4. Celebrity, Percy Grainger, oomposer and pianist, performs on campus, 1953.
|Stinebaugh, Vernon: Arthur Fiedler Collection||MC2012/52 ||Correspondence and photographs of famous Boston Pops conductor, Arthur Fiedler, with Professor Vernon Stinebaugh...and how Fiedler came to conduct the Manchester College String Symphony's Mother's Day Concert - 13th Annual String Festival, 1959. |
|Strike, Carl: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Strike, Carl |
Carl Strike in uniform with straw hat, pitchfork, and shovel, photograph #35 out of 44. See MC2004/729 for list of photographs in the collection.
|Strode, Scott||MC2004/729: Strode, Scott |
Scott Strode sitting backwards in chair with spotlight and other light [composite of 9 poses]. This is #39 of 39 of 46 images, part of the larger collection MC2004/729.
|Studebaker, Ted: News Report||MC2011/116 |
Video - News feature on the death of pacifist,Ted Studebaker, in Vietnam during the Vietnam War in1971. Ted was a member of the Church of the Brethren and a Manchester College alumnus.
See Also: http://www.cob-net.org/ted/index.htm
|Student Christian Union||MC2008/14 |
Student Christian Union Records Notebooks with records from 1943 - 1947 and 1947 - 1949.
|Student Photographs: Leaves, Circa 1980's||MC2004/639 ||Student photographs: One photograph of student playing in leaves in front of Administration Building. Maybe taken in the 1980's but date is not given. |
|Student Photographs: Students Exiting Administration Building||MC2004/638 ||Student photographs: One photograph of two students exiting Administration Building. |
|Student, Faculty, Staff and Buildings: Photographs of Mount Morris and Manchester College||MC2004/454-457 ||Photographs: Faculty, staff, students and buildings of Mount Morris and Manchester College. |
|Students: Photographs, 1890 - 1900's||MC2003/35 |
Classrooms: Groups of Students/Classes Photograph Collection-Oversized. Pictures from 1890 through the 1900's.
|Students: Photographs, 1932||MC2003/357 |
Dean Beery Photograph Collection, including photographs of Manchester College theater. Many of these pictures are from the 1930's.
|Students: Photographs, circa 1980's, 1990's ||MC2007/218 |
Old Manchester College sign with two students talking.
Cordier Auditorium building shot.
Student reading under tree.
Trio of students with guitar and drums on football field.
Students with books around the fountain.
"Good Times" showing a barbeque on campus with two individuals and meat.
Photo of football team at play.
A Cappella Choir photo.
|Summer School||MC2010/145a,b |
Two file folders. The first folder has photocopies of various Summer School catalogue covers and copies of the description of several summer school courses, such as "Remedial Reading Techniques for Teachers," offered in the Summer School of 1952. There is even a copy of the June 6, 1989 advertisement, "North Manchester College, Will Hold Its Summer: Normal, in the Public School Building ....." There is also an application for the June 9 to June 29,1971 first summer session and the June 30 to August 11 second summer session including a list of classes and prices.
The second folder contains what might be a sample advertisement for summer school or for an alumni event. It is a nostalgic picture rom the past with student witting on the "spoonholder" in front of the Adinistration Building.
|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. |
|Tall Oaks||MC2003/139 ||Tall Oaks Information Sheet, dated 28 July 1972, notes that the president's residence was completed in 1970 using funds from MC Board of Trustees and other "gifts from donors outside the regular college constituency." |
|Tall Oaks and Parker Marden and President Jo Young Switzer Collection||MC2011/235 a, b |
MC2011/235 a: Information about the building of Tall Oaks.
MC2011/235b: Copies of correspondence between A. Blair Helman and Dr. Jo Young Switzer as well as material related to Helman, President Emeritus,Parker Marden and President Jo Young Switzer.
|Tall Oaks: Photographs||Photo Box 112: Tall Oaks |
Photographs of Tall Oaks.
For other pictures regarding the residences and homes of past presidents see: President's Residence--Bond Street.
|Tall Oaks: Proposed Plans||MC2003/298 |
Architect's drawings of proposed Tall Oaks plans.
- Color pencil drawing of north elevation.
- Color pencil drawing by McGuire Shook Compton & Richey Architecture
|Timberlin House||MC2004/426 ||Photograph of people posed in front of house. Labeled on front: Timberlin Club Dec. 14 -97. Labeled on back: Timberlin House 1897. |
|Todd, Audrey: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Todd, Audrey |
Photograph #36, Audrey Todd with diverse books, ready to catch object not pictured. This image is part of MC2004/729. See MC2004/729 for identification of 46 pictures.
|Town of North Manchester: Manchester Recycling, Inc.||MC2007/85 |
Manchester Recycling, Inc., is a project involving the citizens of the Town of North Manchester.
1. Folder containing planning information for Manchester Recycling, Inc. It includes the "Strategic Planning Summary," March 23, 1995. Copy of the "Articles of Incorporation."
|Trailer Court: Photographs||MC2004/428 |
Trailer Court Photograph Collection.
|Unidentified Photographs: Faculty / Staff / Students / Friends||MC2010/87 |
An array of photographs spanning many years with students and other individuals taking part in various activities. Some pictures were professionally photographed for publicity purposes.
|Union||Union: Additional Information ||See Also: Building List; The Manchester Monitor, 9 July 2002 p.7; The News-Journal 10 July 2002 p.9; 28 August 2002 p.9 Oak Leaves, 7 November 1963 p.1; 16 January 1964 p.2; 27 February 1964 p.1; 19 March 1964 p.1; 17 September 1964 p.1; 19 November 1964 p.3; 18 February 1965 p.2; 29 April 1965 p.3; 6 May 1965 p.1 |
|Union: Renovation Plans circa 2004||MU2012/94 ||One CD-R containing images of Union renovation plans, circa 2004. |
|Vice President: Box 1||Vice President's Box: #1 ||Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College. |
|Vice President: Box 2||Vice President's Box: #2 ||Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College. |
|Vice President: Box 3||Vice Presideint's Box: #3 ||Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College. |
|Vice President: Box 4||Vice President's Box: #4 ||Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College. |
|Vice President: Box 6||Vice President's Box: #6 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|Vice President: Box 7||Vice President's Box: #7 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|Vogel, Tara: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Vogel, Tara ||Tara Vogel with white coat, stethoscope, and crutches, photograph #37 out of 46. |
|Volunteer Conference ||MC2009/41 ||United Student Volunteer Conference, 1938 photo. |
|Waas, David: "United States Foreign Policy Toward Black Africa During the Reagan Administration"||MC2007/31 ||David Waas: "United States Foreign Policy Toward Black Africa During the Reagan Administration." |
|Wampler, Sadie: Education and Professional Programs Division, Photographs||MC2003/107 |
Teacher Training School/Sadie Wampler Photograph Collection-Oversized Photographs.
1915-SSW and physical culture class.
SSW and her mother, Mary, with several other women.
SSW with art class.
Portrait of 4 people. SSW is center front.
1909-SSW and painting class.
SSW and art class.
1920-Pageant celebrating Manchester's 25 years.
Play "At the Mercy of the State" directed by SSW.
1921-"Morning-Noon-Night" directed by SSW.
1909-beginning of teacher training.
Teachers' institution group at Warsaw, IN.
1910-faculty, student body in front of brick building.
Framed portrait of a teacher in the classroom and observers.
|Watson, Jonathan: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Watson, Jonathan ||Jonathan Watson with daughters Olivia and Susannah, Photo #38, one of 46 images in collection MC2004/729. |
|Weimer, Harry||MC2007/91 |
Harry Weimer family collection including family reunion and class reunion photos of Mrs. Harry Weimer.
|Weller, Pat: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Weller, Pat ||Pat Weller with "Schedule of Classes," photograph #39 out of 46 images. This is part of the larger collection MC2004/729. |
|West, Dan and Petersime, Ray: Heifer Shipment ||MC2008/61 ||Photograph of Dan West and Ray Petersime attending a service of dedication for a shipment of heifers to South America. |
|West, Dan: Family and Heifer Project Photographs and Memorabilia||MC2011/208: Janet Schrock |
An assortment of photographs and memorabilia about Dan West, his family and Heifer Project. These items were given to Janet Schrock, Dan West's daughter, by different individuals, including videographer, David Sollenberger.
|West, Melissa: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC 2004/729: West, Melissa ||Office of Admissions: Jolane Rohr, Sandy Bendsen, Jill Biehl, Kim Reinoehl, Melissa West, Steve Schaum, photograph #42. This image is part of the larger collection MC2004/729. |
|Williams, Leonard: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Williams, Leonard ||Leonard Williams with his American Liberalism and Ideological Change, photograph # 40. This is part of the larger collection MC2004/729. |
|Wine, Norman and Grace, Recital Hall||MC2006/22 ||Groundbreaking Celebration and Dedication Ceremony for the Norman and Grace Wine Recital Hall. |
|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 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.
|Witches Glee Club: Photograph||MU2012/108 ||Young women dressed up as witches gathered round an improvised firepit with pot. |
|Women and Children: Panoramic Photograph circa 1900||MC2011/175 ||Many of the women pictured are in Church of the Brethren garb. Children accompany the women, along with a dog. Horse drawn buggies and scattered buildings are in the background. It looks as if makeshift roofs cover a certain space. Perhaps this is the cooking crew for a Church of the Brethren Annual Conference? |
|Works Progress Administration/National Youth Administration||MC2002/286 |
Works Progress Administration/National Youth Administration Records.
|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).
|Young's House, President: Photograph||MC2010/159 ||One photograph of President Young's home, that would later become the College Hospital and finally the AAFRO House. |