|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|AAFRO Club, AAFRO House & Program||MC2009/71-D |
Posters from events sponsored by the A.A.F.R.O. Club.
|Accounting Lab: Photographs from Oak Leaves or Aurora Offices||MU2012/57 ||Oak Leaves or Aurora images of the Accounting Lab. |
|Administration Building||MC2004/310 ||Administration Building: Renovation correspondence |
|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: 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
|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: 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." |
|Advancement: President's Circle||MC2008/83 |
President's Circle, 2006:
- One page history of Manchester College.
- Two invitations to hear the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, The Honorable J. Dennis Hastert.
- Two invitations to "An Evening on Stage," 13 November 2006 given to "The President's Circle."
|Advancement: Fundraising by Decade/Campaign - The Manchester Fund||MC2008/05 |
Continued Annual Support of the Manchester Fund, circa 2007.
|Alford, Steve||MC2009/71-SP:Sports ||Steve Alford posters. |
|Alumni Association ||MC2008/26 ||Alumni Register October 26, 1929 - October 28, 1961. |
|Alumni Association: Events||Large Box 18: Alumni Board ||Alumni calendar and board 1998, welcome to the first East Hall Reunion. |
|Alumni Reunion: Tribute to Ikenberry Hall||MU2013/65 ||The video is titled, "Alumni Reunion - Tape 1," however, it appears as if it is a tribute to ikenberry Hall prior to demolition. It features the last Ikenberry Serenade. |
|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.
|Athletic Department: Athletic Awards and Recognition, Photographs||Photo Box 2, File Folder #1 |
Photographs of athletic awards and events of special recognition: 1950's and 1960's.
|Athletics: Football Images||MU2012/2a - Folder #6 ||Football images with contact sheet dated 08 31 96 A [31 August 1996). |
|Athletics: Oak Leaves or Aurora Photographs||MU2012/51 |
Athletics images from Oak Leaves or Aurora offices:
- Women's soccer.
- Men's Soccer.
- Women's Tennis.
- Women's Basketball.
- Baseball - Matt Dyer.
|Athletics: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/6 - Folder #1 |
|Women's and Men's Cross Country photographs.
|These might have been taken in different years?
||Amy Cook - Freshman
||Tyson Dean - Senior
|Athletics: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/2c - Folder #2 |
Photographs of Men's and Women's golf photographs and group shots. Also, pictures of Men's and Women's Cross Country. Image of athlete getting treated for leg injury.
|Athletics: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/2a - Folder #1 |
|Soccer - including but not limited to Cheri Rieman circa 1996. Also pictures of David Harms, fans in the sidelines, Women's Volleylball, and Tennis circa 2000?|
|Athletics: Wrestling Images||MU2012/2b - Folder #1 |
Photographs of Wrestling.
|Audio Recording: Men's Discussion Group, Debate Group, Radio Program||MC2011/52 |
Section One - Male Student Discussion:
The recording begins with some type of discussion group. The facilitator initiates conversation and the talk is of joining the military and of sports.
Section Two - Presentations
Female students present viewpoints about the middle east, Nassar and the Arab Nations, and the Suez Canal.
Section Three - Radio Program - WJR the Goodwill Station, with the announcer, Johnny Russell
|Augsburger, David: Speaker||MC2011/84a,b |
The reel-to-reel tape box is labeled "Augsburger," 1/18/1979. Sometimes the label on the box does not match the presentation, and since the speaker on the tape was not introduced, it is impossible for the Archivist to verify the identity of the speaker. The speaker talks about multiple binds and double binds.
A second box [MC2011/84b] is labeled "110 ft. more of Augsburger 1-18-79" and it is the same individual. This is rather certainly two tapes by the speaker David Augsburger.
|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: Staff Photograph, 1910||MU2012/1 - Folder 1 ||Historic photograph of the Aurora staff taken in 1910 in rather poor condition. |
|Auroras,1960 and 1963 ||MC2009/26 ||1960 and 1963 Aurora gift from Charlotte Krasnick. |
|Baseball, Women's: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/2a - Folder #3 ||Snapshots of Women's Baseball - undated. |
|Baseball: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/2a - Folder #2 |
Snapshots from the Oak Leave and Aurora offices that include Joe Edmondson, Dave and Freddy.
|Basketball, Men's: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/2a - Folder #5 |
Pictures of Men's Basketball circa 1995 - 1996 - 1997. Invitation Camp 1995 - 1996 - 1997 and other basketball photographs (undated).
|Basketball, Women's: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/2a - Folder #4 |
|Women's Basketball pictures - with Nickey Bailey and Jenny Sipe.|
|Basketball: Photographs, Oak Leaves and Aurora||MU2012/48 |
Oak Leaves or Aurora pictures.
NCAA Championship images. Steve Alford. Other miscellaneous basketball pictures from a variety of years.
|Basketball: The Alford Experience, NCAA Basketball, 1995 ||MC2012/26 |
Newspaper articles and memorabilia about Manchester College's participation in the NCAA 1995 Division III men's basketball tournament coached by Steve Alford to a 31-1 record and the national championship game.
|Basketball: Video, NCAA Division 3, 1994 and 1995||MU2012/101 a |
VHS tape and DVD: Inside - Behind the Scenes with a National Contender - Manchester College Spartans - NCAA Division 3 - 1994 and 1995. Baseline Productions, a Jeff Shafer and Rob Nichols video production.
|Berrigan, Philp and McAlister, Elizabeth||MC2007/45 |
Speeches by Philip Berrigan and Elizabeth McAlister, and photograph taken in Petersime Chapel .
One Manchester College, "Bulletin of the Peace Studies Institute," August, 1976, Vol. 6, No. 2. containing adapted reprints of Liz and Phils' speeches given at Manchester College and Goshen College.
One magazine, "The Holy Cross Quarterly," Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1971 covering the convictions of blood brothers, Dan and Phil Berrigan.
|Bethany Theological Seminary||MC2008/38 |
Bethany Seminary feature in Manchester College Bulletin, circa 1921.
|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. |
|Biology Classroom 1894: Photograph||MC2011/225 |
A photograph of Biology Class circa 1894 at Manchester College.
|Board of Trustees: Changes for 2013||MU2013/3 ||Changes made to the structure of the Board of Trustees during 2012 with implementation 1 January 2013. |
|Brethren Peacemaker Award, First Annual ||MC2004/741 ||Framed award given to Wilbur E. Mullen. |
|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 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: 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: Funderburg Library Prior to Stairs Renovation||MC2009/191 ||Slide of Funderburg Library before east stairs renovation. |
|Buildings: Gardner Hall||MC2004/419 |
Gardner Hall Photograph Collection.
|Buildings: Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden||MC2007/179a and b |
Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden: Background, fundraising, architectural plans.
|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: Oakwood Hall Postcard||MC2003/95 ||Oakwood Hall Postcard with color photograph of original Oakwood Hall. |
|Buildings: Photographs||MC2009/75 ||Pictures of building construction, equipment, and groundbreakings on Manchester College properties. |
|Bulletin of the Peace Studies Institute||MC2007/138 ||Comprehensive set rof the Bulletin of the Peace Studies Institute. |
|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. |
|Burke, Eldon: James T. Westwood Collection||MC2010/74 |
James T. Westwood Collection:
- Biographical materials about Professor Eldon Burke and William Schuhle with a large caricature of Burke drawn by Schuhle.
- "Bibliography for the Study of World History," with a supplementary bibliography on "The Russian Revolutions and the Soviet Regime," compiled by Dr. Eldon R. Burke, Ph. D.
|Camp Mack: Oak Leaves or Aurora Photographs||MU2012/47 |
Camp Mack pictures including games, food, singing and bikes.
|Centennial: Tree Planting Program||MC2007/109 |
Centennial Tree Planting Program 1989 - 1990:
Plaque commemorating donors1989 - 1990.
|Central States College Association ||MC2008/34 ||CSCA Research Project on Student Attitudes, Values and Beliefs. |
|Central States Colleges Association: Records||MC2001/6 |
Institutional Research: CSCA studies, including but not limited to the following. See the accession page for a complete listing:
- Annual Report 1967-1968.
- Nobel Conference, Jan. 1974.
- Records, 1964 - 1969 and 1970 - 1972.
- Central States Assembly on the United States and Eastern Europe, October 23-26, 1969.
- CSCA Handbook, 1969.
- Peace Studies Program research.
- "Pollution and its Control: Report of a Conference," March 5-6, 1971.
- Materials from the chemistry section of CSCA.
- Research on the American College Testing program (ACT).
- Director of Research 1968.
- Director of Research 1969-70.
- Director of Research 1971-72.
- Student Attitude Study Report, 1970.
|Chacour, Elias: Oak Leaves or Aurora Photograph||MU2012/49 ||Photograph of Elias Chacour when he spoke on campus, 1993. |
|Chapel: Program of Songs, 1944||MC2008/114 |
This memo book Compliments of Angelyn Coleman, '44-45 contains handwritten lyrics to songs. There is also a handwritten title, "Chapel Program Nov 44."
|Christliches Gebat-Buch||MC2010/106 ||The German song book is lacking a title page. It is composed of two sections. The first section is1044 pages in length, followed by an index. The second section is dated 1781, and is at least 158 pages in long. |
|Church as Peacemaker Conference, 1986||MC2012/5 ||This conference featured Mary Travers, social activist and folk music star from the singing group, Peter, Paul and Mary. The keynote speaker was Dr. Ronald Sider, Professor of Theology at Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary. This was the 5th year for the conference, an ecumenical gathering sponsored by the college's Peace Studies Institute and the Howard John Peace and Justice Lectureship of the Manchester Church of the Brethren. |
|Church of the Brethren: Brethren Action Movement||BC2008/3 ||Conception, newsletters, tracts, letter, writings by Dale Aukerman and others. |
|Church of the Brethren: Dutch KLM Crash,1958||MC2008/54 ||1958 Dutch KLM Crash Following Schwarzenau 250 Year Anniversary of the Church of the Brethren Celebration. |
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Wellston, Garver Papers||MC2003/342 ||Camp Wellston Material from the Earl 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.
|College Avenue Buildings: Photographs ||MC2004/413 |
College Avenue photographs.
|College Avenue: Postcards||MC2003/62 ||College Avenue postcard. |
|College Campus: Native American, Miami Indians||MC2007/139 ||Native American relics found on college campus. |
|College House: Move, Photographs||MC2004/434 ||Three shots of an unidentified college house being moved to 9th Street. |
|College Women's Club||MC2002/58 |
College Women's Club Records: Minutes, directories, tapes. Large Boxes 31 - 32a - 32b and media shelving unit. Also See Tuesday, 16 February, 1993 newspaper article, "Mrs. Helman Speaks To College Woman's Club (This article includes a list of officers).
Cassette tape: Alumni Interviews by David Waas, 1989.
Most membership directories and programs from 1912.
Bill for postage, rosebud and vase, expenses for cards and postage, 1995, Arrangements for Christmas Tea, 1996.
|Community Court: Photograph, Oak Leaves||MU2012/3 - Folder #2 |
Possibly a picture of Community Court, circa 1991.
|Convocation #123: Bielesiak, "Poland in Crisis," 1982||Convocation #123: Jack Bielasiak,1982 ||Dr. Jack Bielasiak delivers an address, "Poland in Crisis," on 29 March 1982. At this time he was Assistant Professor of Political Science at Indiana University. Born in Poland, he lived there through his teenage years and then came to the United States with his family. |
|Convocation #143: McFadden, Dr. Wilbur, "The Last Epidemic"||Convocation #143: McFadden, Wilbur ||The tape is labeled so that the listener expects to hear a presentation by Dr. Wilbur McFadden, 7 February 1983, "The Last Epidemic." However, there are several presenters and Dr. McFadden is not identified (but he might be if someone listens to the entire recording). A presenter gives a physical description of what happens during nuclear war. He uses San Francisco as an example and projects what would happen if the city suffered a nuclear strike. |
|Convocation #168: Bennett, Lerone||Convocation #168: Bennett, Lerone, 1984 ||At the time of the address on 26 March 1984, Lerone Bennett was the Senior Editor of "Ebony" magazine. He was here because the Eby family ordered him to come to the College that day. This reference is in regard to Kermit Eby Senior, and Kermit Eby, Jr. He knows of the marvelous work that the Church of the Brethren has done in the area of peace and social justice and in trying to make sure that there is a world tomorrow. He will speak on black history and the multicultural educational challenges of the 1980's. |
|Convocation #18: Sharp, Gene, Focus on Issues for Social Change, 1975 and Photographs||MC2011/128 |
Dr. Gene Sharp speaks on "Focus on Issues for Social Change," delivered on 2 October 1975. Dr. Sharp has been described as the world's top theorist of nonviolent strategy.
|Convocation #187: Wu, Wenzhong, "A Perspective on Life Within New China" ||Convocation #187: Wu, Wenzhong, 1985 ||Wenzhong Wu delivers the talk, "A Perspective on Life Within New China," on 4 February 1985. At the time of the address Wu was a citizen of the People's Repulic of China was on a two year teaching exchange program. |
|Convocation #191: Deavel, Dr. Gary, "A Birthday Bouquest for Sebastian," 1985||Convocation #191: Gary Deavel, 1985 ||A recital by Dr. Gary Deavel. Not all pieces are by Bach, but the entire recital is in honor of Johann Sebastian Bach. |
|Convocation #48: Caldwell, Carl, "Faculty Series," 1978||Convocation #48: Caldwell, Carl, 1978 |
Dr. Carl Caldwell delivers a presentation as part of the "Faculty Series," on 3 April 1978. He talks about witches, witchcraft and witch beliefs to see the implications of all of this for us.
|Convocation #50: Helman, A. Blair, "Opening Convocation," 1978||Convocation #50: Helman, A. Blair, 1978 ||President A. Blair Helman delivers the opening convocation speech on 7 September 1978. This recording is of the convocation service as well, including a welcome by campus minister, Robert Knechel, singing, prayer, a presentation about being students on campus, as well as President Helman's words. |
|Convocation #56: Hartman, Ken||MC2011/26 |
This convocation tape is labeled, Ken Hartman, Convo of 10/27/1978. He talks of life design and career decision making.
See Also: Convocation cassette tapes #56 for the same presentation.
|Convocation #58: Firebaugh, Dr. Morris, "Nuclear Discussion"||Convocation #58: Dr. Morris Firebaugh, 1979 |
Dr. Morris Firebaugh, Manchester Graduate (1959). Raises issues behind nuclear energy, 26 March 1979.
Sister Burtell, expert on environmental health, responds to Firebaugh's presentation.
|Convocation #65: Fuller, Barb, "Healing the Wounds of the Vietnam War," 1979||Convocation #65: Barb Fuller, 1979 ||Mrs. Barbara Fuller, a theologan and peacemaker, has traveled to Vietnam to work for reconcilliation. She is a member of many boards and organizations that work for peace and justice. |
|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: Harris, Sydney, "On the Topic of Communication"||MC2011/25 ||Author and newspaper columnist, Sydney Harris talks about "Communication" during convocation. He previously spoke here in 1965. He started as a reporter for the Chicago Herald and Examiner. In 1941, Mr. Harris began work at the Chicago Daily News, In 1944, he began his personal column. Author of, "For the Time Being," and The Authentic Person." The talk was given prior to December 1986. |
|Coppock, Elder Jacob: Photograph ||MC2004/560 ||Elder Jacob Coppock: Photograph of this gentleman in plain suit and white beard. Elder Coppock was President of the Board of Trustees in 1911. |
|Dances: Posters||MC2009/71, File Folder D: Dances |
1976 "Halloween Dance featuring The Three Traces."
1978 A.A.F.R.O. Club Presents, "Essence in Twilight," Semi-Formal.
circa 1985 Manchester College AAFRO Club and East Hall present "Take Your Sweetheart to Vegas."
1991 Presidential Ball, "The Future is Ours."
April 1993 Presidential Ball, "New Beginnings."
1992 Formal, "Sailing with the Night."
No year on poster: "Winter Wonderful's Semi Formal Dance, Featuring: Catch."
|Deavel: Manchester Variations||MC2011/139 ||Musical score composed by Dr. Gary Deavel for Robert Jones and the Manchester Symphony Orchestra. |
|Denlinger and Funderburg: Family Bible||Ra220 B471h ||This bible is the original source of the names and birth dates of the children of Abraham Denlinger (1776-1819). |
|Doris B. Garey Postcard Collection||MC2003/106 ||Doris B. Garey Postcard Collection. |
|Drawings, East of East Street and West of East Street: ACAD-R12 Computer Program||MC2011/209 |
ACAD-R12 computer program with actual drawings that are unreadable in 2011 because there is no computer program available on campus that is able to bring the images up. These files were created 4/5/1996.
2 discs and one CD with information that was transferred to CD by Stan Pittman's staff in 2010. The discs arel labeled as containing drawings, "East of East Street," and "West of East Street."
|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||East Hall: Additional Information |
See: Oak Leaves 20 September 1962 p.1; 19 September 1963 p.3; 17 October 1963 p.3
|East Hall Stunts 1993: Photograph||MC2010/158 |
Theresa Onderko, Becky Freel and Denise Sadja in photograph taken in East Hall.
|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||Oak Leaves ||See: Oak Leaves,15 May 1968, p.1. |
|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.
|East Street Closure||The News-Journal ||See: The News-Journal 10 June 1998 p.1-2. |
|Easter Egg Hunt||MC2002/97 |
Easter Egg Hunt Newspaper Clipping Collection.
|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. |
|Eastman, Victoria||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Eastman, Victoria ||Material regarding Victoria Eastman. |
|Faculty and Staff: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/3 - Folder #4 |
Faculty and Staff pictures:
- Denise Howe - Director of Writing Center, circa 1995.
- Jean Anne Tribolet.
- Brad Grinstead, Chris Wells, Fred Unsicker.
- Ken Brown
|Faculty/Staff Announcements: 2013||Faculty/Staff: Box 48 |
Copies of E-mail announcements regarding changes in Faculty and Staff for 2013.
|Family Bible: Bauman Bowman, Weber, Helman||MC2011/134 |
One family bible printed in 1773 and 1774 donated to the collection by Howard H. Helman, great great grandson of Marguit (Marguerite?) Bowman. Birth registries are included.
|Family Bible: Paul and Snoberger||MU2013/24 |
A bible  that contains letters related to the Paul and Snoberger (Snowberger) families. List of "Paul" family children and their birthdates.
|Fashion Show: Men's, Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/7a - Folder #5 ||Snapshots from men's fashion and talent shows. |
|Financial Records of Manchester College||MC2007/137 |
Financial records of the college, college classes, college student groups and organizations.
Alice King Ebey: Handwritten record of income and expenses for the college including student/faculty/staff accounts. Alice King is included, see: July 7, to December 12, 1898, Alice King 7/16/1898).
Clubs, societies and organizations: Account books for various clubs and organizations. Aurora, College Quartet, Lincoln Adelphia Treasurer's Book, Philalethea Cash Books, Phronia Lethea, Physics (Sigma Pi Sigma), Rhetoria - Mathea or Mathea Rhetoria Society, Science Club, Service Fellowship, Sociology Club, Tau Kappa Alpha Journal of Finances, Y.M.C.A. records for 1930 - 1931, and Women's Glee Club receipt books. Deputation Work at Manchester College 1945 - 1946: Receipts, expenditures and reports by Bill Eberly.
|Financial Records of Manchester College: Tuition and Student Receipts||MC2007/137: Student Accounts, Financial ||Ledgers and receipts of tuition, typewriter and piano fees, lab fees, room and board fees to students from 1893 through at least 1942. This information is part of a much larger collection MC2007/137. |
|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."
|Football: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/4 - Folder #1 ||Football snapshots circa 1977. |
|Football: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/4 - Folder #2 ||Undated Football pictures and snapshots. Some possibly from 2001. |
|Football: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/4 - Folder #3 ||Football pictures undated and unidentified. Some might be from the mid 1990's (?). |
|Fundraising by Decade/Campaign: Calvin Ulrey Hall Construction||MC2004/484 ||44 x 20" plywood piece with painted thermometer measuring success of Calvin Ulrey dormatory campaign. |
|Garver Hall: Northeast Residence, Resolution for Construction and Hall Fire,1970||MC2011/164 |
1. Background and agreements made with the construction company prior to the construction of the Northeast Hall, circa 1968.
2. Materials pertaining to a fire in the Northeast Hall in April 1970.
|Goss, Madonna Wine||Video Tribute to Madonna Wine Goss ||MC alumna, Madonna Wine Goss ,Video Tribute by Bill Jacobs. |
|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. |
|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: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/9 |
Information and photographs about A. Blair and Pat Helman.
Photographs from the farewell celebration and from the welcoming of President Robinson and family.
|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
|History: Indiana, Town of North Manchester and Local||MC2009/34 |
Author, Theodore Dreiser, visited North Manchester during the summer of 1915. His observations of the community were included in his autobiography, "A Hoosier Holiday." John Knarr writes about Dreiser's family and includes material on the Snap/Snepp/Sheneb/Shenep/Schneb/Schnebb family as well as on the Fruit family.
A second article, "A Trip to Niagara Falls, 1925," was discovered among papers donated to the North Manchester Center for History by Descendants of Ellis and Harold Miller.
|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. |
|Holsinger, Clyde: Memorial Service||MC2011/28 ||Dr. Clyde W. Holsinger's memorial service, 18 April 1975. |
|Homecoming: Kings and Queens, Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/7a - Folder #3 ||Homecoming and other Kings and Queens circa the 1900's and beyond. |
|Homecoming: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/14 ||The pictures are most likely from the October 1998 Homecoming festivities. They include the Homecoming King and Queen and Homecoming parade in the rain. Also included are images of Football, Soccer, President Marden and "Now is the Time, Steele for Congress." |
|Housing and Visitation: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/303 |
"An Appeal to President Helman for Approval of the Micro-Lab Experiment," dated 1969.
Community Council recommendation to revise off-campus housing policy, dated 14 April 1969.
Petition regarding cooking and use of electrical appliances in residence halls.
Petition regarding women's hours policy.
Petition regarding Calvin Ulrey Hall concerns, 9 October 1969.
Letter regarding removal of door in East Hall, 23 April 1974.
Letter regarding living conditions in Calvin Ulrey Hall.
Letters and petition regarding dripping faucets in Oakwood Hall, 1 March 1979.
Letters regarding closing of Calvin Ulrey Hall, dated 1983.
Petitions and correspondence regarding R.A.'s, dated 1974.
|Inauguration: Photographs from Oak Leaves or Aurora Offices||MU2012/54 |
One photograph is marked "inauguration" - perhaps of President Robinson? A. Blair Helman is in the picture. Some other faculty members are identified.
|Independent Study Papers: Biology||MC2012/68a-jj ||Independent Study Papers: Biology. |
|Independent Study Papers: History||MC2012/73a-j ||Independent Study Papers: History. |
|Institutional Planning Reports, 1984, 1990 and 1991||MC2008/30 |
Institutional Planning Reports
1. Vision '91 - Focusing on Growth and Excellence, progress Report 27 April 1990.
2. Vision '91 - Focusing on Growth and Excellence, proposal.
3. Report of the Task Force for program Adjustment to President A. Blair Helman, December, 1984.
4. Report of the Forward Planning Committee, 6 October 1984.
|Institutional Research||MC2009/171 |
This folder contains but is not limited to the following:
1. Failing And Incomplete Grades: Fall 1979 - January 1984.
2. 1976-1977 statistics for Fall Term 1976, number of full-time undergraduate students according to Indiana county.
3. Graph showing the number of classes and class size by year, 1970 - 1980.
4. Admissions profile issued 8/27/97 for Fall 1986 through Fall 1996.
5. "Characteristics of Freshmen Entering Manchester College Fall, 1970."
6. 1985 Freshman Profile from selected institutions.
7. Fall Term 1989: majors listed by incoming Freshmen.
8. Fall Term 1992: majors listed by incoming Freshmen
9. "Prelimlinary Report on the Academic Profile," from Roger Buzzard, Director of General Education, 18 August 1988.
10. "Student Survey 1995, Seeking to serve student needs better."
11. News Release 15 March 1973 giving characterization of student body.
12. 1971 questionnaire.
13. Freshmen placement (1990?).
14. Incoming student testing results.
|Institutional Research: How the Class of 1998 Came to Manchester College ||MC2009/168 |
Institutional Research: "How the Class of 1998 Came to Manchester College."
1. One report giving characteristics of students from Fall 1994 through graduation 1998.
|Institutional Research: 1952 National Sophomore Testimg Program Report||MC2010/44 ||Institutional Research: Final Report on the 1952 National Sophomore Testing Program, 1952. - CONFIDENTIAL FILE. |
|Institutional Research: National College Sophomore Testing Program Results, 1952 ||MC2009/183 |
1. National College Sophomore Testing Program Summary of Results for Manchester College,1952. CONFIDENTIAL FILE.
|Institutional Research: Sophomore Comprehensive Tests comparison 1967 through 1971 ||MC2009/169 ||1. Comparison of Sophomore Comprehensive Tests 1967 through 1971 for Science, Humanities and Social Science-History. |
|January Term||MC2010/103 |
"The News-Sentinel, Roto, March 14, 1970. Two page newspaper spread about Manchester College students exploring Mexico during January term under the direction of James R. C. Adams.
|January Term: Enrollment Reports1973 - 1981||MC2008/31 |
January Term enrollment reports from the Office of Institutional Research.
- 1. Office of Institutional Planning and Research, January Term Enrollments, 1981 - 1985.
- 2. January Courses, March 13, 1985.
- 3. January Term Enrollment Patterns of Graduated Seniors (1978).
- 4. Report: "What Do Students Take in the January Term?" from the Office of Institutional Research, 6/28/1973.
|Keim, Ray: A historical site recital tour,(A Field Course in History) ||MC2009/54 |
Ray Keim: A historical site recital tour,(A Field Course in History) Sponsored by Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana, July 4 - August 1, 1933 - This tour started at North Manchester and proceeded down the Wabash and Mississinewa Rivers as far as Lafayette, covering nearly three thousand miles. A map is included with the brochure.
|Klingler, Charles: Collection||MC2011/234: Boxes 1 and 2 |
Professor Charles Klingler taught English at Manchester College for 35 years [1959 - 1994]. 1961). This is a historical description of his work including but not limited to; "Writing Across the Curriculum," "Writing to Learn," and syllabi for the Humanities Core.
|Klingler, Charles: Collection||MC 2011/234 Boxes 3 and 4 |
Charles Klingler Collection containing course materials and syllabi 1977 - 1993.
|Kutschma, Elke Bubbles||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Kutschma, Elke Bubbles |
Material related to Elke Bubbles Kutschma, who was appointed Residence Director of East Hall in 1994.
|Lehman, Godfriedi (Gottfried): Choral Book, 1712 ||MC2009/93 ||Godfriedi Lehman Choral Book, 1712, hand-copied. From Cassell Library. |
|Lehman, Lois: Student Photograph||MC2010/87, Folder #12 ||Lehman, Lois (BA '29): sitting on stone in front of east end of Ad building. |
|Library News Briefs 1970 and Volumes in the Collection, 1970||MC2010/190a,b |
Library News Briefs, Funderburg Library Volume 4, Number 5, March, 1970. Attached to the briefs is a report showing volumes added to the collection between 1 February 1970 and 2 March 1970.
Another report shows the expansion of volumes from 1 March 1970 to 1 April 1970. Titles of the volumes are also provided.
|Little Siblings Weekend: Photographs, Oak Leaves or Aurora Offices||MU2012/55 ||Photograph - possibly from Little Siblings Weekend. |
|Local History: "Hoosier Heritage, A Legacy of Living History," Central Indiana,||MC2007/174 ||History, Indiana and Local: "Hoosier Heritage, A Legacy of Living History," Central Indiana, Volume 1, published by the Activity Department ARA Living Centers - Eastern Division, 1983. |
|Local History: The Indianian, 1899||MC2008/27 ||History, Indiana and Local: The Indianian, 1899; "Historic and Picturesque Indiana - Wabash County," (including a section about Manchester College). |
|Manchester College Bulletins||Shelving Units in Archives Office and Archives IS |
Manchester College Bulletins, a publication of Manchester College.
|Manchester College: Cabinet Meeting Notes and Cabinet Tactical Meeting Notes 14 July 2009 - 31 May 2011 and Strategic Goals 2009 - 2010||MC2011/202 ||Manchester College: Cabinet Meeting Notes and Cabinet Tactical Meeting Notes 14 July 2009 - 31 May 2011 and Strategic Goals 2009 - 2010. |
|Manchester College: Financial Records||MC2007/13: July 7, to December 12, 1898 |
Financial records of the College from July 7, to December 12, 1898: Handwritten record of income and expenses. Alice King 7-16-1898, A. B. Ulrey 7-19-1898, Ladies Home, Brickwork, Plastering, Stamps, Gasoline, etc., part of the larger collection MC2007/13, Financial Records of Manchester College.
|Manchester College: Financial Records||MC2009/158 ||Manchester College Financial Statement July 31, 1957 & 1956. |
|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: Older Photographs||MC2011/57 ||Photo album containing 5" x 7" black and white photographs of buildings and scenes on Manchester College Campus. |
|Manchester College: Property and Rentals||MC2007/137: Annuity Funds, Real Estate, Rents, Ledger |
Financial Records of Manchester College - a larger collection MC2007/137 that includes:
- Annuity Funds, Real Estate, Rents, Ledger: 1931, 1937 - 1943, 1934 - June 30, 1944. Partially restricted.
|Manchester Subscription Agency ||MC2009/17 |
D. C. Reber, was the manager of Manchester Subscription Agency. Prof. Reber’s service would have been like toady’s EBSCO – a centralized vendor of periodical subscriptions. This handwritten book begins on December 11, 1930 and continues into 1935. Individuals from North Manchester, and out of state, local high schools, the Manchester College library, the public library etc. have their periodical subscriptions recorded along with price and shipment address. D. C. Reber is the Manager of the agency whose address is 901 N. Wayne St., North Manchester, Indiana.
|Map: Historical State Map||MU2012/95 ||"Gram's Superior Series of State Maps," published by George F. Cram, Chicago, New York. In fragile condition. |
|Mathea Rhetoria Society or Rhetoria - Mathea Society: Records||MC2007/137: Mathea Rhetoria Society or Rhetoria - Mathea Society |
Financial Records for Mathea Rhetoria Society or Rhetoria - Mathea Society. These records are part of a larger collection MC2007/137.
Rhetoria - Mathea or Mathea Rhetoria Society: 1939 - 1944 (in one book). 1942 - 1943, receipts 1944 (in one composition book).
|May Day Celebrations: 1930 - 1948||MU2013/32 C ||Photographs of May Day celebrations spanning 1930 through 1948, along with Queens of the May and their Courts. |
|May Day Celebrations: of the 1920's||MU2013/32 B |
Photographs of May Day celebrations, May Day Queens, and their Courts (1920 - 1929).
|May Day Celebrations: The 1950's||MU2013/32 D |
Photographs of May Day celebrations, along with Queens and their Courts from the 1950's.
|May Day Celebrations: The 1960's||MU2013/32 E ||Photographs of May Day celebrations, May Queens and their Courts, from the 1960's. |
|May Day Celebrations: The 1970' s through 1993 ||MU2013/32 F ||Photographs of May Day celebrations, May Day Queens and their Courts from 1970 through 1993. |
|May Day Weekend: Oak Leaves or Aurora Phtoographs||MU2012/50 ||Contact sheet of May Day Weekend events, including Mud Volleyball. |
|May Day: Homecoming, Valentine and May Day||MU2013/32 A ||Photographs of 1943 and 1969 Valentine Queens and Court. Pictures of Homecoming Queens and Courts for various years during the 1960's and 1970's. Unidentifiable pictures from May Day celebrations circa 1920 and forward. |
|May Day: Photograph Collection||MC2004/127 |
May Day photographs, 1992 through 1995.
|May Day: Queen and Court, Oak Leavest||MU2012/7b - Folder #1 ||May Day Queen and Court photographed by Professor Hoff, circa the 1960's. |
|Men's Basketball 2010: Manchester College vs. University of New Mexico||MC2011/232 |
Images of the Manchester College Men’s basketball exhibition game against University of New Mexico, November 2010. The photographer is unknown. Coach for the University of New Mexico team, Steve Alford, was a famous basketball player and once a coach for Manchester College. Featured in the pictures is President Jo Young Switzer, Steve Alford and the Manchester College athletic director/baseball coach, Rick Espeset. The basketball coach for Manchester College, Brad Nadborne, is not pictured.
|Miller, Edith Alice Collection||MC2008/208 |
Much more material than can be described. Please go into the accession page to read Scope and Contents. The collection includes the following but is vastly larger:
Obituaries, information on the Shull children, photograph of son of Moy Gwong, "Memory Speaks, North Manchester Celebrates Its First 150 Years," program for play written by Dr. Charles Boebel, article from "The Noble County American," Albion, Indiana, Thursday, June 24, 1982, pg. 7 regarding the Potawatomi Chief Simon Pokagon, Last Chief of the Potawatomies, personal information about Edith Alice Miller, letter by Otho about his wife's, Ida's death, and Class of 1926 Information, as saved by Edith Miller.
For more information on Edith Alice Miller see West Manchester Church of the Brethren.
|Mount Morris College: Academic and Permanent Records||MC2004/213 |
Mount Morris College: Mount Morris College Academic Department Permanent Records including cards of Mary Emmert and Adam Eby
|Mount Morris College: Fire, 1931, Photographs||MC2009/146a-e |
Photographs of the 1931 fire at Mt. Morris College.
|Mount Morris Memorial Endowment Fund||MC 2007/137: Mount Morris Memorial Endowment Fund |
Material related to the Mount Morris Memorial Endowment Fund - held by General Education Board - Church of the Brethren - L. D. Ikenberry, Treasurer, 1933 - 1945, is part of the larger collection MC2007/137.
|Moyer, Faye: African and Mideast Artifacts Collection||Large Box: Museum ||Correspondence regarding the Faye Moyer African and Mideastern artifacts collection. |
|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, 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.
|Music: Photographs from the Oak Leaves or Aurora Offices||MU2012/52 |
- Male student playing french horn.
- Band playing in the PERC gymnasium
|Myers: Actress, Michaele Myers Collection. ||MC2009/156 |
Actress Michaele Myers Collection that includes personal books and pamphlets, as well as clippings, scripts, pictures and correspondence surrounding her acting career.
|National Institute of Health, Normal Volunteers Program||MC2011/198 |
Materials related to the students who were employed as a "normal" in a control group against individuals who were "less than normal," or having some sort of medical deficiency or problem. The studies took place at the National Institute of Health.
|National Science Foundation: June 1962||MU2012/66 |
Photograph of participants in the National Science Foundation summer institute at Manchester College, summer of 1962. One publication that served as a type of "yearbook" for the experience. Biographical information related to Charles Bolden, an NSF summer institute participant.
|Natural Sciences Division: Science Club 1944 - 1948||MC2007/137: Science Club Minutes and Records 1944 - 1948 ||Science Club Minutes and records 1944 - 1948. These materials are part of the large collection, Financial Records of Manchester College MC2007/137. |
|Neff Scrapbook: Professor Schutz and Family||MC2008/186 ||Photographs of J. Raymond Schutz with family from the Scrapbook of Ida Fields Neff. |
|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. |
|Newman, Paul: Contact Prints||MU2013/8 ||Contact prints of Paul Newman's stop on campus in April of 1968 while campaigning for Senator Euguene McCarthy who was seeking the Democatic presidential nomination. |
|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. |
|North Manchester: Tree Program||MC2007/162 ||Tree Program Poster. |
|Northeast Hall ||Oak Leaves, 8 April 1970 |
See: Garver Hall.
See Also: Oak Leaves, 8 April 1970 p.1
|Nutt, Grady||MC2011/48 ||Mr. Grady Nutt is a comedian and a minister. He performed at Manchester College on 7 April 1975. |
|Oak Leaves or Aurora: Images||MU2012/22 |
Contact sheets and negatives from either Oak Leaves or Aurora offices. These were taken during the Parker Marden Years. Carnival images.
|Oak Leaves or Aurora: Photographs||MU2012/23 |
||Oak Leaves or Aurora Pictures
|Oak Leaves or Aurora: Photographs, 1997||MU2012/21 |
|Photographs circa 1997||Oak Leaves or Aurora Pictures|
|Oak Leaves: Contact Sheets and Photographs||MU2012/13 ||Pictures most likely from September 1998. They include, Soccer, a buffet, Benson Onyegi, Football, and a demonstration about the Palestinian condition. |
|Oak Leaves: Metal Printing Plates||MU2012/17 ||Metal plates used for printing from the Oak Leaves Office that was dissassembled and moved on 14 May 2012. |
|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. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs||MU2012/8 - Folder #1 ||Identified and unidentified pictures of faculty, staff and students. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs||MU2012/7a - Folder #4 |
A variety of photographs:
- Halloween - costumes - circa the 1990's.
- International Fair - circa the 1990's?
- Campus staff including Patty Cox in Foodservice.
- Barbeque and music on the "lawn" with a stack of CDs.
- Mock United Nations (circa the 1990's?).
- "Opening?" Perhaps opening events at the beginning of school.
|Oak Leaves: Photographs||MU2012/11 - Folder #1 ||Primarily pictures of students and possibly the Oak Leaves staff somtime during the 1990's? Unidentified photographs including Groundskeeping. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs||MU2012/129 ||Photographs from the Office of the Oak Leaves. Pictures include men's basketball (circa mic 1990's) and men's wrestling. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs and Corresponding Contact Sheets||MU2012/15 ||Pictures are most likely from November 1998. They include football, students and professors, Habitat for Humanity, theShack-a-Thon, theater, and soccer. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs circa1993 ||MU2012/112 ||Most of these photographs were used in issues of the Oak Leaves from 11 February 1993 through 7 May 1993. There is one folder of negatives and images that did not appear to be correlated with this time-frame and will be arbitrariliy dated - circa 1992-1993. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs, Contact Sheets, 1992 - 1995.||MU2012/7c ||These contact sheets include but are not limited to the identified images of people and events from 1992 - 1995. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs, ID 09 17 95||MU2012/7a - Folder #1 |
Contact sheets and students photographs, 1995. People in sombreros. Golf pictures
|Oak Leaves: Photography||MU2012/3 - Folder #1 |
Amusing photography "bloopers" with captions.
|Oak Leaves: Plate||MU2012/18, Folder #2 ||Oak Leaves plate of campus homes and residences. |
|Oak Leaves: Plates||MU2012/18 - Folder #3 |
Plates of President Otho Winger.
|Oak Leaves: Plates||MU2012/18 - Folder #4 ||Oak Leaves: Plate of floutist, and plates of employees. |
|Oak Leaves: Plates||MU2012/18 - Folder #5 |
Oak Leaves plates circa the 1950's.
- Firemen hosing with water.
- Group of students.
- Men's tennis.
|Oak Leaves: Removing Trees, Photographs||MU2012/12 - Folder #1 ||Snapshots recording the process of taking down trees next to the Union. |
|Oak Leaves: Templates||MU2012/18 - Folder #1 ||Cardboard-like plates probably used in the printing process. Some subjects and images are identified. |
|Oxender, Dale||MC2006/5 |
Dale Oxender is an alumnus of MC and a prominent scientist. Five boxes containing personal items, certificates/awards, photographs, science equipment and writings, etc.etc.
See also, "The Story of the Natural Sciences at Manchester College," by William R. Eberly.
|Parade: Photograph, Oak Leaves||MU2012/5 - Folder #1 |
Probably pictures of a Homecoming parade. There are vehicles carrying:
- International students and country flags
- Musicians and band instruments
- Amanda Walters and Matt Fisher.
There is also a photograph identified as a "town" picture.
|Parades: Photographs||MC2008/178 |
Photographs of parades.
|Peace: Negatives, Oak Leaves||MU2012/10 - Folder #1 ||Packet of negatives circa 1995 featuring the work of a muralist, that includes the slogans, "Stop Nuclear Power Plants" and "Stop War." Also included is a musician from Peace Week 1995. |
|Photograph: American Chemical Society, 1964||MC2010/99 ||One photograph of students and faculty who were members of the American Chemical Society, 1963-1964. |
|Photographs 1958 - 1962||MC2012/48 |
A collection of photographs representing residence life, May Day events, A Cappella Choir, religious life, classes and athletics at Manchester College circa 1958 - 1959 - 1960 - 1961 - 1962.
|Photographs: Alumni Awards||Large Box 18: Alumni Awards ||Alumni Honor Awards: Article regarding, and photographs of, 1990 recipients, Graydon F. Snyder, Onita Johnson, Paul Hoover. Article and photographs of 2000 recipients, Duard Conrad (MC 1925), Lonnie Steele (MC 1962), Dr. James Easton (MC 1964), Howard Royer (MC 1952). |
|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: Images circa 1996||MU2012/2c - Folder #1 ||Contact sheets from 1996. Images of basketball, coaches and of Camp Mack Day with Professor Scott Strode. |
|Photographs: Oak Leaves and Aurora||MU2012/1 - Folder 2 ||Interesting photographs from various years that might have been used for a display. |
|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.
|Phronia Lethea: Financial records 1937 - 1944.||MC2007/137: Phronia Lethea |
Financial records for Phronia Lethea: 1937 - 1944 are in one book. This is part of the larger collection MC2007/137.
|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.
|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
|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.
|President Helman: History of Manchester College||MC2011/27 |
Helman opening Spring Term of the academic year. The box is dated 1/29/1978. This could be wrong. The actual date could be 1/29/1979. Helman states that the College is opening an anniversary year and that During the 1979 calendar year, MC will be observing its 90th anniversary. 1979 is an anniversary year.
|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.
|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.
|Protests: 1969 -1970 School Year||MC2002/318 ||Protests: A Statement Regarding The Manchester College Program During The Final Two Weeks Of The 1969-70 School Year" |
|Public Program and CInema: Photographs||MC2010/151 |
Publicity photographs and related publicity poster for Public Programs and Cinema events, 1993 - 1994.
Chi-Town Jazz Dance, 1993.
A Christmas Carol by the Nebraska Theatre Caravan, 1993.
The Prism Quartet, 1993.
James Dapogny's Chicago Jazz and and the Chenille Sisters, 1994.
The Peking Acrobats, 1994.
The Mikado, by the Opera Northeast, 1994.
|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||MU2012/119 ||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: 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: 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. |
|Publicity: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/3 - Folder #3 ||Publicity photographs of entertainers who have performed on campus. |
|Quartet, Records, 1948, 1952, 1953, 1954||MC 2007/137: College Quartet |
These records are part of the larger collection, MC2007/137. See MC 2007/137 for a full listing. Quartet materials are to be found under College Quartet (Men's and Women's) for Years: One book with records for years 1948, 1952, 1953, 1954.
|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.
|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.
|Romine, Marie||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Romine, Marie ||Material related to Marie Romine, Residence Director of East Hall at Manchester College. |
|Rummel, Merle C.: Books and Papers||MC2011/3 ||Two books and two papers written by Manchester College alumnus, Merle C. Rummel. These books and papers (historical and fictional accounts) relate to the history of the Church of the Brethren. |
|Scholarships: Names and Location||MU2012/117 Master File |
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.
|Schuhle, William ||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Schuhle, William |
Dr. William Schuhle, Professor of Political Science and History (1956-1967 and from 1968-1970). In addition to being a professor at Manchester College, he was an artist and drew portraits and caricatures of individuals.
Obituary of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Martin Schuhle.
|Schutz, J. Raymond||MC2011/227, Folders 1 - 16 ||J. Raymond Schutz - a man of many capabilities. He was a professor at Manchester College, husband, father and farmer, public speaker, pastor and minister of the First Brethren Church in North Manchester, Indiana, candidate for Congress in 1932 (Indiana) and a contendor in the 1936 race for Governor. The researcher can get a feel for Pre WWII Indiana and Indiana during war. Letters to soldiers are included as well as the names of men from North Manchester who were killed in the war. Topics include: Prohibition, economic recovery from the Great Depression, and the impact of Hitler 's Germany on Europe. Schutz was a contemporary with Andrew Cordier who participated in some of Schutz's political involvements. |
|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 23 - 44 ||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.
|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.
|Service Fellowship||MC2007/137: Service Fellowship (General Fund, Relief, Work Camps |
Part of a larger collection, records for Service Fellowship, a student group, contain financial records for General, Relief and Work Camps, for the years 1939 - 1940 and 1940 - 1941.
|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.: Interview Transcriptions||MC2001/12f |
L. W. Shultz: Interview transcriptions.
|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. |
|Smoking: Photographs from Oak Leaves or Aurora Offices||MU2012/53 ||Images of student smokers and tobacco use circa the 1990's. |
|Sociology Club Cashbook||MC2007/137: Sociology Club ||Sociology Club Cash Book 1952 - 1953. This book is part of a larger collection accessioned as MC20077/137, and titled, Financial Records of Manchester College. |
|Stauffer, Barbara Fuller: Vietnam||MC2011/24 |
Barbara Stauffer Fuller is accompanied by her husband. Also included are Bill and Peggy Herrod. She speaks about reconstruction aid to Vietnam and her experience when visiting North and South Vietnam March 27 - April 10 ( ).
|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. |
|Student Development: Student Experience, Central States Colleges Association Records||MC2001/6 |
Student Experience: Central States Colleges Association Records.
|Students in the News||MC2010/114 |
Copies of newspaper articles featuring Manchester College students in the news! Included are awards and special events the students received and participated in.
|Students: Photographs, 1890 - 1900's||MC2003/35 |
Classrooms: Groups of Students/Classes Photograph Collection-Oversized. Pictures from 1890 through the 1900's.
|Students: Photographs, Oak Leaves or Aurora Offices||MU2012/56 ||A variety of pictures of unidentified students. Also - students spinning plates. |
|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: 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.
|Tau Kappa Alpha: Finances||MC2007/137: Tau Kappa Alpha |
Tau Kappa Alpha: Journal of Finances 1937 - 1947 (one book) and Record of Minutes (May 17, 1937 - April 30, 1947) one book. This material is part of a larger collection entitled, "Financial Records of Manchester College," MC2007/137.
|Town of North Manchester: History||MC2010/33 ||North Manchester: "Then and Now, 1834 to 1992, North Manchester, Indiana, to Stockdale, Near Roann." |
|Town of North Manchester: Storm Water Abatement||MC2007/54 |
Town of North Manchester Storm Water User Fee Abatement Application for Type "B" Properties.
Amended Declaratory Resolution #3 of The Department of Storm Water management of The Town of North Manchester, Amending Declaratory Resolution #1 (Adopted October 18, 1994) and Confirming and Restating Resolution #1, As Amended.
|Underground Publications: "Et Cetera"," 1941 (alone in its class, rival of the Oak Leaves) ||MC2008/35 |
"Et Cetera," 1941
|Underground Publications: Caveat Emptor||MC2002/156 |
We, the founders of CAVEAT EMPTOR, feel that the Manchester College student needs a vehicle in which he can express his feelings, a publication where he can be controversial, where he can ask questions and raise issues which for multiple reasons would not otherwise be aired or considered by the community.
Caveat Emptor, v.1:1 (18 December 1963).
|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.
|Usumacinta Expedition: DVD||ROSeptember2012/3 ||A video documentary of the January Term expedition that Professor James R. C. Adams led to Usumacinta in 1970. Participants primarily included James R. C. Adams and Manchester College students. |
|Vice President: Box 3||Vice Presideint's Box: #3 ||Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College. |
|Vice President: Box 9||Vice President's Box #9 ||Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College. |
|Wells, Charles||MC2011/47 ||Charles Wells, founder of the news service, "Between the Lines," presents an evening lecture. His appearance was not part of the Church Leaders Conference but his presentation coincided with the conference. |
|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.
|Winger, Ida, Winger Otho: Letter from Egypt, 1928||MC2004/635-14 ||Ida Winger's letter to family from Port Said, Egypt, 1928. |
|Winger, Otho and Miller, R. H.: Authors of Travel Books||MC2008/97 |
One copy of "Letters From Foreign lands," by Otho Winger - PART TWO.
One copy of "Travel Letters," by R. H. Miller, 1954.
|Winger, Otho and Winger, Ida: Memorabilia from Foreign Trip||MC2004/635-22a,b |
Letters and momentos from Otho and Ida's foreign excursion.
|Winger, President Otho: Collection||MC2010/200 |
Manchester College and Church of the Brethren related letters, pamphlets, photographs, Sunday school records, newspaper articles, interesting pieces of local and national history, diaries, wedding invitations, datebooks, publication agreements, resumes of applicants from the Albert Teaching Agency and more.
|Young, John A.: Memoirs||MC2008/209 |
Young, John: The memoirs of John A. Young, BA 1947. Also included are experiences of his wife, Phoebe Timmons Young.
Trailer Court Housing found in: "Memoirs of John A. Young," Volume - IV, June 1946 - September 1950.
Original poem about Leicester Brown, MC Class of 1936.