|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
Admissions: Miscellaneous material from various years, circa 1968 - 1986.
|Africa: Audio Presentation by Unknown Speaker||MC2011/11 |
A presentation on the political history of Africa given by an unidentified speaker.
|Aurora 1989 World Views Photographs||MC2008/183a-e ||Aurora 1989 World Views photographs. |
|Aurora, Student Volunteers, 1926||MC2008/182 ||The Student Volunteers, Aurora 1926|
|Aurora: Photographs, 1992||MC2008/184 ||Aurora photos from 1992 yearbook, an assortment including "Vince the Crash Dummy," Alcohol Awareness Week, MC Double Dare. |
|Aurora: Snapshot, 1993||MC2008/185 ||Aurora 1993 snapshot taken from a window. |
|Aurora: Students Signing||MC2008/181 |
Photographs: Students signing Aurora circa the 1940's or 1950s'.
|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."
|Chisholm, Congresswoman Shirley||MC2011/2 ||Two DVDs made from the original U-Matic videocassette tape. Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm gave the address, "Changing Patterns in an Era of Risk" at Manchester College. Ms. Chisholm spoke in Cordier Auditoriu on the Manchester College campus on 27 October, 1978. |
|Christian World Order: Poster||MC2009/106 |
Poster: Kagawa and Nye Mass Meetings at Manchester College "An Institute on Christian World Order."
|Classes and Courses: Schedule||MC2009/107 |
Schedule for the Fall Term of the School Year 1926 - 1927.
See Also: Academic Affairs; Memorabilia
|Cordier, Dorothy: Memorial Service 1972, audio on CD-R||MC2011/5 ||Dorothy Cordier is the wife of Andrew Cordier. Both individual sare Manchester College alumna. The original recording of her memorial service was recorded on AMPEX tape. This tape was digitized by Stan Pittman's department in 2010. |
|Faculty/Staff Issues||MC2009/155 |
Files include scattered materials on the following:
MC2009/155: Faculty Workshops.
MC2009/155: Faculty Professional Development Meetings.
MC2009/155: Faculty Research and Artistic Endeavor, call for proposals for summer 1995.
MC2009/155: Lists of Faculty Instructors.
MC2009/155: Faculty Workload study.
MC2009/155: End of Third Year Evaluation.
MC2009/155: Faculty Policy decisions.
MC2009/155: Faculty Emeriti.
MC2009/155: Faculty Executive Committee.
MC2009/155: List of Faculty Dissertations and Theses.
MC2009/155: Part-time Faculty and Special Situations - Confidential
MC2009/155: Proposal for an Energized Faculty Atmosphere.
|Goldwater, Barry: Speech at Manchester College 1968||MC2011/6 |
A recording of the speech Barry Goldwater made when on campus in 1968, a week following Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s visit to campus.
|History: Postcard, Dead Man's Hill, Argonne, 1918||MC2009/136 ||History, Indiana and Local: Postcard: Dead Man's Hill, Captured by the 35th, 26 September 1918, Argonne. |
|Jackson, Jesse: Speech at Manchester College||MC2011/7 |
This CD and audio-tape are probably from "An Experience in Soul," a "March 30 - April 1 event held on Manchester College Campus in 1969.
|Manchester College: Promotional Audio and Conferring of 1972 Honorary Degrees and Graduation||MC2011/10 |
This recording is in two parts:
"What is Manchester College?" promotional audio portion of a filmstrip or slide show ("a chairbound tour"). Audio of choir singing "By the Kenapocomoco."
1972 Conferring of Honorary Degrees and Graduation:
James Farmer, Civil Rights Activist, with Dean Howard Book presentating. James Farmer was Race relations secretary with Fellowship of Reconciliation. He was also involved in the labor movement. Author, "Freedom When," Random House, 1966. Recommendation for the Honorary Degree, "Doctor of Humanities." Conferring of degree by President Helman.
Thurl Donald Metzger: Doctor of Humanities. Conferring of degree by President Helman.
Robert Miller Stauffer: Conferring of degree, Doctor of Laws. Manager of North Manchester Foundry.
|Morris, Charles: Memorial||MC2011/9 |
Recording of the Charles Morris memorial service.
See Also: "The Story of the Natural Sciences at Manchester College," by Williaim R. Eberly.
|Natural Sciences Division: Chemistry Symposium 1975||MC2008/171a-h |
Chemistry Symposium 1975 speaker correspondence, resume and presentation files. One 1899 Oregon H.S. commencement program.
|Natural Sciences Division: Northern Indiana Regional Science Fair, News Clippings||MC2008/172 ||An assortment of Science Fair newsclippings from various years.|
|Parachute Landing on Campus: Photograph||MC2008/177 ||Photograph of parachutist landing on campus.|
|Parades: Photographs||MC2008/178 |
Photographs of parades.
|Photographs from the College Museum||MC2008/173a-e |
Photographs from the Museum.
Fenton art glass lamp celebrating the town's sesquicentennial year, May 1985 Bulletin pg. 12.
Commemorative china, 1986-87.
African artifacts, Photographer, Bob Cheeseman, (class of 1992), photo taken 29 September 1989.
Photo of commemorative glassware, Manchester pennants and miscellaneous college artifacts, including Bawlings Basketball Score Book. Photographer, Bob Cheeseman. Photo taken 29 September 1989.
Photo of projector from the Biology Department. Photographer, Bob Cheeseman. Photo taken 29 September 1989.
|Sandburg, Carl: Radio Interview ||MC2011/8 |
Carl Sandburg: Recorded radio broadcast, an interview produced by the University of north Carlina in which 13 of the nation's top authors were interviewed. Carl Sandburg also came to Manchester College.
|Sherpa, Wangdi||MC2008/176 ||One photograph of Manchester College alumnus, Wangdi Sherpa, MC Class of 1989. |
|Student Government: Community Court Records: CONFIDENTIAL ||MC2003/31 ||Student Government: Community Court Records - CONFIDENTIAL |
|Student Photographs: Band, circa 1980's||MC2008/180 ||Funnystudent band photograph circa the middle 1980's including Dab Dobbs, Patti Bickel, Dianna Mutch (Brown), and Cynthia Hoff. |
|Theatre: Alpha Psi Omega||MC2008/174 |
Alpha Psi Omega: Program from the New Student One Act Festival, circa 1998.
Student directors, Assistant directors, actors, in this production include:
Shawn Kobb, Jennifer Witty, Aaron Gardner, Jennifer Lundin, Sean Andes, Patrick Purvis, Beth Joseph, Larisa Hoke & Chris Fitze, Amanda Muench, Elaine Barajas, Eric Bendes, Laurel Sampson, Josh Brockway, Andy Helfrich, Kelly Tucker, Shelly Smith, Johanna Long, Anne Albright, Nicole Weaver, John Eshleman, Devin Keener, Jamie Eller, Ted Bryant, Ryan Hedstrom, Heidi Beck, Nick Studebaker.
|Young, Andrew||MC2011/1 ||Two DVDs made from the original U-Matic videocassette tape. At the time the address was given, Andrew Young was U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. He was the husband of Manchester alumna, Jean Childs Young. Young had been active in the Civil Rights movement working next to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Young went on to be Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia. |