|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|A Cappella Choir: Posters||MC2009/127 ||An assortment of older and newer posters related to choral and musical performances. . |
|Adams, George||Faculty/Staff Boxes: George ||Materials related to George Adams. |
|Admissions: Newsletter||MC2008/148 ||Admissions Newsletter: "January at Home and Abroad" |
|Alumni Awards: Alumni Service Awards||Large Box 18: Alumni Service Awards ||Citations for Alumni Service Awards, including names and dates. |
|Alumni Days: 2003 Photographs||MU2012/97 ||Photographs from Alumni Days, May 2003 with identification of many classes and alumni. |
|Alumni: Photographs ||MC2004/121 |
Alumni Photograph Collection including
|Arnett, Ronald||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Arnett, Ronald |
- "Oak Leaves" clipping, "Arnett to be new Academic Dean by George Boudreau, 30 April 1987.
- Welcome letter to students from Ronald C. Arnett, Ph.D., Dean of Academic Affairs.
- Article: "Nonviolent Peacemaking: A Look at Assumptions," by Ronald Arnett published in Peace and Change, Winter, 1979 - 1980.
- "The Encounter Group as a Part of the Speech Communication Curriculum," by Ronald C. Arnett, Ph.D., 1978.
- "Communication as Dialogical Interpretation," by Dr. Ronald C. Arnett.
- "Dialogical Foundations of Conflict Resolution," by Ronald C. Arnett, Ph.D.
|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.
|Bark, Rhinie Publication||MC2011/218 |
Oak Leaves describing the Bark, a Rhinie publication.
Copies of the Bark from 1937 and 1938.
A copy of a play entitled, "Common Clay Courtroom Burlesque.
Three pantemines written by George Beauchamp and presented by the first-year speech classes at Manchester College, 17 October 1936.
|Beauchamp, George Emerson||Information ||According to the records of Ferne Baldwin, George Emerson Beauchamp taught Speech at Manchester College from 1929-1943. Professor Beauchamp died in 1988. |
|Board of Trustees: List Last Edited 2005||Trustee List ||List of trustees and years of service. Last edited 2005. |
|Boudreau, George||Alumni Large Box 187: Boudreau, George ||Material related to George Boudreau, alumnus of Manchester College, Class of 1987. |
|Chapel||MC2009/74 ||Chapel addresses 1943-1944. |
|Chapel Addresses: 1943 - 1944||MC2012/23 |
Chapel addresses from 1943-1944 with a Foreward by President Vernon F. Schwalm.
|Civilian Public Service: Blickenstaff, Delbert D. Collection ||MC2009/154 |
Correspondence and photos from Delbert Blickenstaff regarding Dr. Virginia Keller's CPS oral history project:
|Conscientious Objection: Draft Counselor's Kit||MC2007/156 |
Conscientious Objection: Draft Counselor's Kit
|Conscientious Objectors: Civilian Public Service Interviews||MC2012/33 |
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.
|Deeter, Allen||MC2004/120 ||National Peace Academy. |
|Family Bible: Gump Bible||MC2006/20 ||Thought to be a rare edition, this bible is described as being brought to America by Johann Georg Gumpp on September 18, 1732. |
|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.
|Football: Manchester College vs. Ball State, 1940||MU2012/64 |
Footage of the Manchester College vs. Ball State football game of 1940. The score: MC 7, Ball State 6.
|Forensics: Awards, 1949-1950||MC2011/205 |
Tau Kappa Alpha Ritual, a booklet published by the National Office, May, 1949.
Tay Kappa Alpha order blank, 1949.
TKA Chapter postcard addressed to Professor Paul Keller regarding nominations for national officers.
Speech Awards for 1949-1950.
|Forensics: State-Interstate Oratorical Contest Manuscript||MC2011/204 |
Drafts and final drafts of manuscripts tor the State-Interstate Oratorical Contest - various years.
|Helman Tapes: Exit Interview 30 April 1986 ||MC2011/63 ||Student George Boudreau's interview with President A. Blair Helman on 30 April 1986. |
|Helman Tapes: Exit Interview with A. Blair and Patricia at Tall Oaks ||MC2011/66 ||Helman Tapes: A. Blair Helman and Patricia Helman are interviewed in Tall Oaks in 1986 by student, George Boudreau. |
|Humanities Division: Quartet, Male, 1920 - 1922||MC2008/111 ||Photo of Manchester College Male Quartet 1920 - 1922 featuring: Amsey Bollinger, Harold Chamber, Lowell Kleppinger, George Hollenberg. |
|Independent Study Papers: Biology||MC2012/68a-jj ||Independent Study Papers: Biology. |
|Independent Study Papers: Sociology||MC2012/81a-t ||Independent Study Papers: Sociology. |
|Kinsel, Paul: Collection||MC2011/229 |
Memorabilia belonging to student, Paul Kinsel,. The collection reflects his 1928 - 1929 through 1931 - 1932 college experience.
|Kreps, George and Wilma||Manchester College Bulletin, November 1975 ||See: Manchester College Bulletin, November 1975 p.1-2. |
|Local History: Indiana County Boundary Changes||MC2010/34 ||History, Indiana and Local: "Indiana County Boundary Changes, A Special Sampling From 'Outline Maps of Indiana Boundaries,'" Reprinted from Indiana Boundaries by George Peace and Nellie C. Armstrong. |
|Map: Historical State Map||MU2012/95 ||"Gram's Superior Series of State Maps," published by George F. Cram, Chicago, New York. In fragile condition. |
|May Day Celebrations: The 1950's||MU2013/32 D |
Photographs of May Day celebrations, along with Queens and their Courts from the 1950's.
|Moore, Blanche Hollinger||Alumni Box 187: Moore, Blanche Hollinger ||Information about Blanche Ester Hollinger Moore, MC Class of 1930. |
|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.
|Natural Science: Photograph, circa 1897||MC2004/724 ||Photograph depicts an early lab at Manchester College, located in Bumgardner Hall. Labeled on back: Beginning at left from back, forwards: ?, ?, Cecil Jordan, G. W. Tannreuther, ?, E.G.H., ?, A.E. Keufer, ?, Mary Jordan, ?. At Manchester College, Spring of 1898 or Fall of 1897. |
|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. |
|Peace Studies: Papers and Minutes||MC2003/360 |
- "A Study of the Peace Program at Manchester College with Suggestions for Strengthening It," Carolyn Zunkel, 24 May 1956 [25+ pages].
- "An Evaluation of the Peace Studies Program of Manchester College," George A. Lopez, approximately 1992.
- Peace Studies Advisory Council Minutes 18 April 1992.
|Philorhetoria Photograph circa 1931||MC2010/93 |
One photograph of the Philorhetoria Literary Society circa 1931, with five students identified.See also: Manchester College: A Century of Faith, Learning and Service by Timothy K. Jones
|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.
|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: 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: Identified photographs of Faculty / Staff / Student / Friends||MC2010/88 |
An assortment of identified photographs of Faculty, Staff, Students and Friends that span many years. See Scope and Content for names.
|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.
|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, ||MU2012/133 ||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. |
|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: Names and Location||MU2012/117 File Folders #5, #6 ||Information about scholarships (1.) Awarded by Manchester College and (2.) Non-Manchester College related scholarships given to Manchester College students/alumni. Information related to the 1990's and Non-MC Scholarship material. |
|Scholarships: Names and Location||MU2012/117 File Folders #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50 ||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 #51, #52, #53, #54, #55, #56, #57, #58, #59, #60, #61, #62 |
Information about scholarships (1.) Awarded by Manchester College and (2.) Non-Manchester College related scholarships given to Manchester College students/alumni.
|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 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. |
|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. |
|Strausbaugh, George S.||Manchester College Bulletin ||For material related to George S. Strausbaugh see: Manchester College Bulletin June 1953 p.1. |
|Studebaker, George and Mary: Diaries and Autograph Books||MC2011/90a,b,c,d |
Two autograph books, MC2011/90a beloning to Mary (Mollie) and Andrew Studebaker. It is the Archivist's theory that they were brother and sister and shared these books because autographs are written out to both Andrew Simonton and to Mollie and to Mary (the same individual). This book begins 1880 or 1881.
The second autograph book, MC2011/90b appears to belong to Mary Simonton (Mollie) and George Studebaker, her future husband has an inscription in the book on May 21, 1881.
The two diaries MC2011/90c and MC2011/90d are dated 1888 and 1936 and belonged to George Studebaker.
See Also: "Memories of...Manchester," by Otho Winger, pgs. 159, 160.
|Studebaker, George L.||MC2002/104t |
Sermons and diaries of George Studebaker.
See Also: "Memories of ... Manchester," by Otho Winger. pgs 159 and 160.
|Studebaker, George L. and Mary E.: Photograph||MC2004/634 ||George L. Studebaker and Mary E. Simonton Studebaker photograph. "Uncle George" and "Aunt Mollie." According to Otho Winger, George L. Studebaker is one of the most familiar names connected with Manchester College. George was born in Illinois in 1861. He came with his parents to Indiana when two years old. He was called into the ministry in the Church of the Brethren in 1881 and married Mary E. Simonton in 1882. He was pastor of the Church of the Brethren in Muncie from 1897 to 1906. The family moved to North Manchester in order that their son, Mark E., might attend college. Here, George Studebaker served as field representative and Mrs. Studebaker as matron of the Ladies' Home. They became known to hundreds of students as "Uncle George" and "Aunt Mollie." |
|Studebaker, George L.: Scrapbook ||MC2009/16 |
Scrapbook beloning to George Losh Studebaker.
See Also: The Brethren Encyclopedia, Muncie Indiana Church of the Brethren, pg. 896, for more information on George L. Studebaker.
|Studebaker, George W.||MC2004/544 ||George W. Studebaker photograph and photograph of a landscape. |
|Student Deaths and Injuries: Amaya, George||MC General File: Student Deaths and Injuries |
Manchester College alumnus, George Amaya, died 5 November 2010. This file contains his obituary an announcement from Manchester College and College plans for a funeral.
|Tannreuther, George W.||MC2007/128 |
Information about George Tannreuther who was the first college graduate of Manchester College in 1900. Tannreuther became professor of Zoology at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
|Tannruether, Dr. George Washington||Alumni Box 187: Tannruether, Dr. George Washington |
Dr. George Washington Tannruether, Manchester College alumnus, Class of 1900. Scientist.See also: The History of the Natural Sciences at Manchester College by William R. Eberly; 1926 Aurora, p. 140
|Tanreuther, George Washington||MC2002/265 |
Manchester College alumnus, George Washington Tanreuther. Records. Tanreuther was one of two of Manchester College's first graduating class (A.B. degree)-1900.
|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. |
|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 Irene Stutsman: Hand O Graphs Book||MC2011/126 |
Sadie Stutsman Wampler graduated from Manchester College in 1916. This is the same year that she began entries in "The Hand O Graphs" book, and kept make entries for years following. This book comes with the instructions: Place your hand, palm downwards, on the paper and trace outline. There are a couple examples given, and then the individual is on her own to gather outlines of the hands of friends, family and celebrities on the following pages. It is like an autograph book for hands. The name of the individual is also recorded along with the date.
|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, 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.