Photographs, periodicals, correspondence, audio recordings, video and VHS recordings of Manchester College students who, as conscientious objectors, served in Civilian Public Service projects during WWII.
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.
Galaxy is a College magazine "... created so that students, alumni, and even professors may express themselves..." Associate Editors: David Blickenstaff, Marjorie Barnhart, Elizabeth Miller, Joe Van Dyke. Business Manager: Robert Gage. Faculty Adviser: Prof. R. C. Wenger.
So, all you need to do is to hitch your manuscript to a star, and you will appear in GALAXY.
Values, Ideas, & Arts, Convocations, Cinema Series, Schedules, Programs including Martin Agronsky as well as Opening Convo 2004
Photograph: Miss Blickenstaff and colleague in Mahableswa, India, in costumes. It is not known if Miss Blickenstaff is a tourist, a missionary or if she is the Mary Blickenstaff referred to in the Brethren Encyclopedia. The Brethren Encyclopedia writes of a Lynn (Mt. Morris Academy) and Mary Blickenstaff (La VerneCollege) as traveling to India in 1921 where Lynn Blickenstaff served as mission treasurer. In 1935 Lynn became the manager of the Intermission Business Office in Bombay. Mary assisted in administration, taught and hosted missionaries and visitors. In 1946 the Church World Service asked Lynn to direct relief work in India Their son, David Blickenstaff, was a 1937 Manchester College graduate.
Church of the Brethren: Publications, Christian Education
Statements, tracts, leaflets, brochures, booklets, Sunday School materials, published by the General Brotherhood Board, Elgin, IL and by other Church of the Brethren related committees, organizations, churches and individuals that explain beliefs and principles of the Church of the Brethren.
Church of the Brethren: South Central Indiana District Materials
An assortment of materials belonging to the Southern Indiana District of the Church of the Brethren. Included are Financial Reports for the Mexico Welfare Home, 1952 - 1954 and Southern District Treasurer expense vouchers and bills for expenses.
Alexander Mack, leader of the Schwarzenomer Neutavfer (sic) [Schwarzenauer Neutäufer, or forerunners of the Church of the Brethren and related groups], wrote a letter to the Count of Ysenburg-Büdingen Moravianborn on 5 September 1711. The original letter is kept in the Archives of the Castle. It has been translated into modern German by Gudrun Meyer and into English by Barbara Ollesch.