|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|A Cappella Choir and Concert Band: Tours, 1981 - 1990||MC2007/52 |
A Cappella Choir and Concert Band Tours - a partial list of tours for the years 1981 - 1991.
A Cappella Choir Tour List (April 8 - 18, 1949).
|A Cappella Choir: Attendance and Records||MC2003/149 |
c.1966 - Records of spring semester attendance as well as of fee/dues payments.
|A Cappella Choir: General Material, 1975 - 1998||MC2003/148 |
General A Cappella material: 1975-1998:
|A Cappella Choir: History||MC2003/135 |
Written history of A Cappella Choir.
|A Cappella Choir: News Releases and Newspaper Clippings||MC2003/147 ||A Cappella pre-1975: Clippings & news releases regarding performances and members. |
|A Cappella Choir: Posters||MC2009/127 ||An assortment of older and newer posters related to choral and musical performances. . |
|A Cappella Choir: Recordings,||MC2009/142a-d |
A Cappella Choir - CD's with recordings from 1957, 1958, 1959 and 1961.
|A Cappella Choir: The Creation,1953||MC2008/144a,b,c |
A Cappella Choir - The Creation, (poem) recording with music, 1953, narrated by Art Hunn. Lord, Thou Has Been Our Refuge, recording 1953.
|A Cappella Choir: Tours 1976 - 1998||MC2003/151 |
A Cappella Choir programs, news releases and correspondence, including the1989 European tour "On Wings of Song."
|A Cappella: Tours to 1975||MC2003/150 ||Choir tours to 1975. |
|Academic Affairs: Syllabi||MC2008/206 ||Syllabi, 2004 - 2005. |
|Accreditation: NASM 1972||MC2003/291 ||Manchester College Self-Study Report to National Association of Schools of Music, 1972. |
|Accreditation: NASM 1982||MC2003/292 ||Manchester College Self-Study Report to the National Association of Schools of Music, 1982 |
|Adams, Professor James R. C.||MC2011/102 ||Professor James R. C. Adams gives a presentation on the topic of "19th Century Art." |
|Art Department: Drawing, Mechanical||MC2007/73 |
Drawing, Industrial Free-Hand and Mechanical:
1. One booklet. "The Eclectic System of Industrial Free-Hand and Mechanical Drawing."
|Art Department: Gallery G||MC General File: Gallery G ||Material related to Gallery G. |
|Art Department: Link Gallery||MC General File: Link Gallery |
Poster: Manchester College Annual Juried Student Art Show April 6 - May 4, 2009, painting, drawing, photography, ceramics.
Photography by Ed Rice.
|Art Department: Newspaper Articles||MC2003/305 ||Newspaper articles regarding the Manchester College Art Department. |
|Art Department: Posters for Workshops, Shows, Exhibits||MC2009/71-V |
- Fine Arts Workshop MC2009/71-V, f1
- Faculty Art Show MC2009/71-V,b
- Manchester College Fine Arts, Art, Music, Speech & Drama MC2009/71-V, e1
See MC2009/71-V: Various.
MC2009/71-V is a small part of the collection MC2009/71, entitled, Flat File Drawer H: Previously Accessioned and Unaccessioned Posters and Articles From Manchester College. See the accession page for MC2009/71 for a complete listing of the objects in this collection.
|Art Department: Shows, Weaver and Bruce and Photographs||Large Box 127 |
Show: Art show news clippings and schedules.
"Brothers" Memories and Impressions," Larry Weaver and Ron Weaver (MC alumni).
Manchester Junior High School show in union at MC, including Jed Bruce.
Photographs: Two art show photographs and one art workshop (for older women) photo.
|Art Department: Syllabi||MC2004/93 |
Syllabi: Art Department
File #1: 1999-2002.
File #2. 2002-2003.
|Associate Degree||MC2004/25 ||Associate Degree: Church Ministry AA (Associate's) degree. |
|Baldwin, Ferne: Collection||MC2011/231 |
Objects in the collection of former Manchester College Archivist and Professor, Ferne Baldwin. The collection includes assorted MC historical materials and records.
|Band and Choir Tour Committee||MC2003/152 |
Band and Choir Tour Committee correspondence and minutes dated April 1986-1991.
|Band and Choir Tour Committee||MC2003/152 |
Band and Choir Tour Committee: Correspondence, minutes. Dated April 1986-1991.
|Band Tour||MC2003/153 |
Band Tour programs, correspondence, news releases, dated 1952 - 1997.See Also: Concert Band Tours.
Bands include: Concert, Symphonic, Varsity, Stage, and Jazz Ensemble. Conductors include: Samuel L. Fluekinger, John P. Browne, David McCormick, C. Dwight Ottman, James Carlson, Jack Launer, Robert Jones, and John W. Beery.
|Band: Photographs||Flat File Drawer 4: Band Photographs ||Band photographs. |
|Batzka, Steve||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Batzka, Steve ||Material related to Steve Batzka, Art Department. |
|Boebel, Charles||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Boebel, Charles ||Material related to Charles Boebel, English. |
|Boebel, Dagny||MC General File:Faculty, New, Boebel, Dagny |
From the fact sheet, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Dagny Boebel has been appointed to a full-time teaching post in the English Department. In addition to her part-time teaching at Manchester College she has also taught at Luther College and Purdue University. She holds degrees from the latter two institutions and from California Polytechnic University.
|Boebel, Dagny||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Boebel, Dagny |
Material related to Professor Dagny Boebel.
|Book, Bruce||MC2002/155 |
- The original, signed contract for Professor Book's first year of teaching at Manchester (1900-1901), with the original envelope. An additional short memo from R.C. Hollinger (Secretary of the Executive Committee) is included, detailing a misunderstanding about whether his contract provides a salary plus board or a salary plus room and board.
|Burke, Eldon||Faculty/Staff: Burke, Eldon ||Material related to Eldon Burke. |
|Centennial: Humanities Symposium ||MC2007/177 ||Manchester College Humanities Symposium, April 30 - May 6, 1990. |
|Centennial: Manchester College||MC2002/39 |
Centennial Celebration Records; General material, including autographed program by Dr. William Sloane Coffin.
|Chamber Singers||MC2003/154 |
Chamber Singers faded out of existence in the 1990's and has since been revived by Debra Lynn to replace the Entertainers. As of 2002-2003 school year, the new Chamber Singers performed a variety of repertoire from madrigals to jazz.
|Chapel Choir||MC2003/155 |
Chapel Choir news releases 1959-1963. Roster dated 1960-1961.
See Also: MC2007/137 for an account and Record book for Chapel Choir, 1940 - 1941.
|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."
|Children's Theatre: Posters and Publicity||MC2009/71-C: Children's Theatre ||Posters and Publicity for Children's Theatre. These posters are part of a larger collection MC2009/71. For a list of posters included in the the large collection see MC2009/71. |
|Choral Society: ||MC2003/158 |
Choral Society has been known for its performance of oratorios and other major choral works.
Handwritten performance notes, lyrics/poetry, undated. Correspondence (late 1940's). Sample programs & posters. News releases. Rosters (1956, 1958, 1987). Flyer/poster "Six Reasons Why I Can't Join Choral Society" by Dr. Floyd Slotterback (c.1985). Program drafts.
|Choral Society: Dues Receipt, 1952||MC2010/66 |
Choral Society Dues Receipt, 1952
1. One receipt.
Received of Edna Steury: 15 cents
Signed: Phyl(Phyllis Heeter Hunn) Heeter, Treas(urer)
|Choral Society: Poster||MC2004/182 |
Manchester College Choral Society Poster:
"Haydn's 'The Seasons' presented by Manchester College Choral Society, Clyde Holsinger, Director. Manchester College Auditorium, North Manchester, Indiana. Soloists: Virginia Smallwood, Amswy Bollinger, Paul Halladay. Accompanists: Max Allen, Mary Adine Eley. Saturday, April 17, 1948, 8:00 p.m. Offering"
|Choral Society: Posters||MC2004/381 |
Choral Society posters from various years advertising performances of "The Messiah," "Elijah," and "The Creation."
|Choral Society: Posters||MC2009/129 |
Choral Society Posters including but not limited to:
Bach, Mass in B Minor, John Yonkman, conductor, no year on poster.
Vivaldi, Gloria, December, 1993.
Bernstein, Chichester Psalms, Handel, Utrecht Jubilate, Patricia J. Cahalan, conductor, December 1989.
|Chorus: Choral Music||MC2003/156 |
Choral Music Performance Collection: "Brother James' Air," "The Holy City," "Almighty God of our Fathers."
|Chorus: Choral Music||MC2003/157 |
Choral Music Performance Collection: Ten copies of "Gloria in Excelsis" for Mixed Glee Club.
|Church of the Brethren Poets from Manchester College, a Publication||MC2010/188 ||Newspaper article about "Watermarks," an 80 page paperback published by the Brethren Press, Elgin, Illinois containing the poems of four Manchester College graduates. The poets graduated between 1966 and 1969. Their names are Paul Hoover, Brooks Couser, Robert Allen, Jr., and Terry Pettit. |
|Club: Madrigal Club Trip Scrapbook, 1939||MC2004/393 ||Scrapbook of 1939 Madrigal Club Trip that contains many photographs, from Beccie King, granddaughter of Edward Kintner. |
|College Band||MC2004/165 ||College Band news releases, newspaper clippings and correspondence. |
|College Chorale: News Releases, 1978.||MC2003/160 |
College Chorale news releases, 1978.
Dr. James Baldwin directed the auditioned "80-voice oratorio chorus." The ensemble included students and community members.
|College Museum Collection||MC2003/102 |
|File 1||Artist/Lecture Series brochures|
|File 2||Artist/Lecture Series schedules & programs|
|File 3||Artist/Lecture Series posters|
|File 4||Artist/Lecture Series transcripts 1932-1989|
|File 5||Graduate Program materials|
|File 6||Homecoming materials (moved to Small Box 32)|
|File 7||A. Blair Helman materials|
|File 8||May Day programs 1955-68|
|File 9||Manchester College Open House (at Honeywell Center in 1976)|
|File 10||Museum material - REMOVED from Large Box 162 and put in large "Museum" box. |
|File 11||January Term brochures, 1978-85 (moved to Large Box 79)|
|File 12||MC Parent (newsletter)|
|File 13||Mount Morris College booklets (moved to Mount Morris College Cabinet)|
|File 14||Faculty & student recital programs (moved to Music Cabinet file drawer under Recitals)|
|File 15||"Messiah" programs (moved to Music Cabinet file drawer filed with Messiah)|
|File 16||Various music programs (moved to Music Cabinet file drawer filed under Programs)|
|File 17 ||Faculty Recitals: Debora De Witt, 1992, Robert Jones and Debora De Witt, 1992, Robert Jones and Gary Deavel, 1982, Robert Jones, Gary Deavel, 1969. (Music Filing Cabinet file drawer under Recitals). |
|Collegium Musicum||MC2003/161 |
The Collegium Musicum was a "small vocal ensemble" according to the college catalog, but brought together vocalists and instrumentalists to perform early music. Dr. John Planer founded and directed the ensemble.
Programs, correspondence, financial records, news releases, rosters, instrument information, instructional materials for "Dido and Aereas" (1976).
|Communications: Speech and Drama Report, 1960s||MC General File: Speech and Drama |
Description: Report written by Paul Keller about the Department of Speech and Drama, Manchester College, circa the 1960's. It includes sections on: Courses and course descriptions, collateral courses, teaching major and minor requirements, the Manchester Forensic Union, Tri-Alpha and the Radio Station WMIB.
|Communications: Syllabi||MC2004/104 |
- File #1. Comm 101 Public Communication, Course Information, circa 1993.
- File #2. 1999-2000.
- File #3. 2001-2002.
- File #4. 2002-2003.
|Concert Band||MC2003/162 ||Concert Band news releases and Concert Band Handbook (1993-1994). |
|Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble: Poster, 1989, 1990||MC2004/346 |
Concert Band/Jazz Ensemble poster:
Two-sided poster advertising performances in 1989 and1990.
|Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble: Posters||MC2009/126 |
Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble posters from approximately 1991 - 1995.
|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.
|Dedicatory Concerts||MC2003/163 |
Programs, news releases for dedicatory concerts (Winger Recital Hall, Cordier organ, Piano Dedication Series).
|Drama and Music Performance: Casts and Members||MC2007/58 |
Members of the Madrigal Club 1935 -1939. The Madrigal Club also played for the Messiah and for Operas.
Members of dramas, The Messiah, operas 1934-1935 through 1938-1939.
Alumni of the Classes of 1936-1939, who took part in musicals, dramas, and plays that were probably directed or assisted by Professor Sadie Stutsman Wampler.
Cast of "The Bartered Bride," 1934-35.
|Drama and Music Performance: Strode, Scott, Theater and Children's Theater||MC2009/90a,b,c,d,e,f,g ||Scott Strode Collection: Theater and Children's Theater Collection including the "History of Play Production at Manchester College," including posters, programs, production files, VHS tapes and DVDs of productions. |
|Drama: Newspaper Clippings||MC2009/177 |
Drama related news clippings from 1963, 2002, 2003 and 2006.
|Drama: Photographs||Photo Box 77 ||Photographs: Old photo, quite melodramatic, of "nurse dying." |
|Drama: Photographs||Photo Box 76 ||Drama Photographs: Photo of 1992 Production including students: Kimberly Koczan, Beverly Taylor, Shawn Kirchner, Dan Smith, Monica Miller, Todd Lynch. |
|Drama: Photographs, pre-1930||MC2010/36 |
It is not known if this picture was taken at Manchester College or Mt. Morris College, however it was not found wtih the Mt. Morris materials. Portrait photographs hang on the wall and an archivist might be able to identify these individuals and identify the location. Each character is in a costume. It appears as if the following costumes are represented and perhaps the players are the cast of a variety show or vaudeville presentation:
Brethren man in collar and hat
White man in black face with top hat holding a child in fur cap on lap
One man reclining in a suit and hat holding a laughing mask
Nun or woman in burka with face exposed
Lady wrapped in a striped flag with a ribbon of stars.
|Eberly, William: Paul Halladay Performance Brochure||MC2003/346 |
"Concert Oratorio Radio" flyer that describes Mr. Paul Halladay's availability for vocal performances. Includes photograph.
|Energy ||MC2007/170 ||The North Manchester Project; Justice and the Energy Crisis: Deciding for the Common Good, circa 1974. |
|English Department: Collection||MC2004/396 ||English Department correspondence and newsletters, 1993-1997. |
|English Department: Collection||MC2004/396 ||English Department correspondence and newsletters, 1993-1997. |
|English Department: Competition Certificate||MC2004/27 |
Copies of certificates awarded to winners of writing competition.
|English Department: Conkling, 1928, Practice Sheets||MC2007/194 |
"Practice Sheets in the Minimum Essentials of English Composition," 1928 by Professor Fred R. Conkling.
1. One bound volume by Professor Fred R. Conkling.
|English Department: Guide, English 110, Gilliar, 1996||MC2007/192 ||In Our Own Write, A Guide to English 110, Fall 1996. |
|English Department: Syllabi||MC2004/97 |
English Department syllabi:
- File #1. 1999-2000.
- File #2. 2001-2002.
- File #3. 2002-2003.
|English Department: Take it From Us, English 101E, Publication, 1991||MC2007/193 |
"Take It From Us..." Volume 1, December, 1991, An English 101E publication.
|Ensemble: Programs, 1900-1938||MC2003/165 |
Ensemble Program Collection:
|Ensemble: Programs, 1940's||MC2003/166 |
Ensemble Program Collection:
|Ensembles: News Releases, 1950 - 1998||MC2003/164 |
Ensemble News Releases:
News releases for events including two or more ensembles 1950-1998.
Ensembles covered are: A Cappella Choir, Brass Choir, Chamber Orchestra, Chapel Choir, Choral Union, College Chorale, Concert Band, Entertainers, Faculty Piano Trio, Jazz Ensemble, Quarters, madrigal Singers, Manchester Singers, Men's Glee Club, Stage Band, Swing Choir, Symphonic Band, Women's Glee Club.
|Glee Club: Bus Photograph and Other Pictures||Flat File Drawer 4 |
Glee Club Bus Photograph and other Glee Club pictures.
The location of the Glee Club bus photograph was not recorded. Perhaps it is with other Glee Club pictures in Flat File Drawer 4?
|Glee Club: Poster||MC2004/344 |
Poster advertising performance of Miss Mable Pence and the Manchester College Glee Clubs. Dated December 10 [no year listed].
See Also: Humanities Division--Music Performance Collection.
|Halladay, Paul||MC2003/233 ||Listing of Paul Halladay's students, 1928-1966. |
|Hamer, Harriett: Collection||MC2008/169 |
Newspaper article about Professor Boebel's play, "Memory Speaks: North Manchester Celebrates its First 150 Years."
One newspaper article from around 1986 that tells of North Manchester's search for a town slogan.
One personal letter that refers to the Church of the Brethren missionaries, the Dr. Hamers, and gives short vignettes about past Manchester College presidents, including Otho Winger and Professor Crouch and what life was like as a student.
|Harold Daveler and Auditorium Lighting Unit: Photographs||MC2009/59 ||Daveler, Harold, and the remote control lighting unit installed in the Manchester College auditorium. |
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: Student Unrest, Ken Brown, 1971||MC2004/306 |
Kenneth Brown, Religion and Philosophy: Protests
On 13 May 1969, a mass marriage ceremony and tent-in took place on the Manchester College campus. The purpose was to initiate a "change in attitude...tak[ing] the form of students assuming freedom and responsibility in determining the direction of their lives."
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: Testimony ||MC2004/298 ||"Testimony at the Hearing of the Subcommittee on Education, Arts, and Humanities of the Senate labor and Human Resources Committee," dated 9 September 1985. |
"Testimony before The Intergovernmental Advisory Council on Education," dated 20 September 1984.
"Reaction to Update of Indiana Plan at Governor's Conference for University Trustees," dated 9 January 1986.
|Holsinger, Clyde: Photographs,1940's, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1955, 1960's, 1961, 1970's, 1970 ||MC2004/450 |
Clyde Holsinger Photograph Collection - 1940's, 1950's, 1960's and 1970's. Scrapbook containing photos of choirs and other college scenes during Clyde Holsinger's time as director. A newspaper article from September 1946 announces Holsinger's hiring at the college.
|Honorary Degrees: Ford, Richard||MC2008/01 |
Ford, Richard E.: On September 15, 2005, Manchester College celebrated Wabash resident Richard E. Ford for his life work as a philanthropist and preserver of the humanities and fine arts.
1. One copy of news release.
2. Two copies of event program. The program details the career of James Giles, the musician who performed at the event.
|Humanities Core ||MC2002/137 |
Humanities Core Program Records:
1. Tapes, great lives, poetry list.
2 . Budget, scripts, staffing, history, writing lab.
3 . Course information.
|Humanities Division: Assortment ||MC2009/178 |
Humanities Division: Assortment of materials, circa 1969 - 2001.
|Humanities Division: Performances, "Godspell," Photographs||Photograph Box 76 ||"Godspell" photographs. |
|Humanities Division: Performances, "Teahouse of the August Moon", 1961, Photograph||MC2004/662 ||"The Teahouse of the August Moon," 1961. Photo. |
|Humanities Division: Performances, "The Bartered Bride||MC2004/710 ||Poster Advertising "The Bartered Bride," 1953. This production of Smetana's Opera features, Ronald Walton, Thyra Neff, Ralph McFadden and Joe Ogden. Director, Clyde W. Holsinger. |
|Humanities Division: Performances, "The Bartered Bride," 1935||MC2004/357 ||Program for "The Bartered Bride," 1935 |
|Humanities Division: Posters||MC2010/53:Folder #1 ||Humanities Division Poster: Fine Arts Week, undated, including Peking Acrobats, Alpha Psi Omega One-Act Play Festival, Faculty Art Show with paintings by James R. C. Adams in File Folder #1 of MC2010/53. |
|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. |
|Humanities Division: Records||MC2002/138 ||Humanities Division Records: Course outlines and other records. |
|Humanities Division: See Also||Humanities: See Also ||For Humanities Division, See Also: A Cappella Choir; Accreditation; Fine Arts Week; Sigma Eta Sorority; Photo Boxes 25-30, 32, 61, 62, 146, & 175. |
|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. |
|Interdepartmental Humanities: Syllabi||MC2004/99 |
Interdepartmental (Humanities) Syllabi Collection:
- File #1. 1999-2002.
- File #2. 2002-2003.
|Jazz Ensemble: Programs||MC2003/300 ||Jazz Ensemble Programs: |
|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.
|Languages, Modern: Placement Exam||MC2004/47 ||Modern language placement examination results from the summer of 1988. |
|Life Schools||MC2004/247 |
"Life Schools To Bridge Gap Between Vocations, Humanities." Unknown newspaper October, 1976. Photo of Ken Brown and Charles Boebel. Article discusses continuing education program at Manchester College.
|Male Chorus and Group with Children and Sadie Stutsman Wampler: Photographs, early pictures||MC2009/48a,48b |
Unidentified early photograph of a male choir. This might be a group from Manchester College or from Mt. Morris College.
Unidentified early photograph of a group of young people and children. Sadie Stutsman (Wampler) might be the tall woman in the middle of the second row from the back. She either has a large corsage or is holding flowers.
|Manchester College Theatre||Drama Filing Cabinet, IIS |
A list of MC theater productions 1960 - 1972.
|Manchester College: Promotional Audio and Conferring of 1972 Honorary Degrees and Graduation||MC2011/10 |
This recording is in two parts:
"What is Manchester College?" promotional audio portion of a filmstrip or slide show ("a chairbound tour"). Audio of choir singing "By the Kenapocomoco."
1972 Conferring of Honorary Degrees and Graduation:
James Farmer, Civil Rights Activist, with Dean Howard Book presentating. James Farmer was Race relations secretary with Fellowship of Reconciliation. He was also involved in the labor movement. Author, "Freedom When," Random House, 1966. Recommendation for the Honorary Degree, "Doctor of Humanities." Conferring of degree by President Helman.
Thurl Donald Metzger: Doctor of Humanities. Conferring of degree by President Helman.
Robert Miller Stauffer: Conferring of degree, Doctor of Laws. Manager of North Manchester Foundry.
|Manchester Symphony Orchestra and Music Competitions: Posters||MC2009/124 |
Manchester Symphony Orchestra poster assortment with some concerts in conjunction wtih the A Cappella Choir and featuring various soloists throughout the years as well as Student Competition Winners 1990, 1992, and Young Artist Competition Winners (1991, 1993, 1994).
For more posters see: MC2010/20.
|Marching Band: Photograph circa 1920 - 1940 ||MC2009/42 ||Marching Band photo taken in front of Administration Building circa 1920 - 1940. |
|Miller, Martha: Poster Collection||MC2010/20 |
- "Spartan Pride," Homecoming, October 14, 1995.
- Manchester Symphony Orchestra, 16 May 1993, featuring Young Artist Competition Winners.
Manchester Symphony Orchestra, 6 November 1994, Jodie DeSalvo, Piano Soloist.
Manchester Symphony Orchestra, 13 March 1994, featuring Julie Eckert, Soprano Soloist. 3.
Manchester Symphony Orchestra, 12 May 1996, "High School Young Artist Competition Winners."
Manchester College Theatre presents, "The Miser, 1668," by Moliere, October 1994.
Manchester College Theatre presents, "Mehitabel," May 1993.
Heifer Project International Living Gift Market, Sponsored by North Manchester Area Churches.
"The Voice KCMO of the Prairie," by John Olive, May 1994, Cordier Auditorium.
Public Program: "The Mikado," 10 April 1994.
Manchester College Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Luncheon for members of Class of 1995.
|Modern Languages: Syllabi||MC2004/96 |
Modern Languages syllabi:
- File #1. Some 1991;1999-2002
- File #2. 2002-2003.
|Movie and Theater: Program Books and Stagebill||MC2007/68 |
Souvenir Program Books and Stagebill: You Can't Take It With You (Harris Theatre, Chicago, Illinois), " Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Presents Ben - Hur," by General Lew Wallace, Directed by Fred Niblo (Souvenir Book, 1926), Walt Disney presents Fantasia, in Technicolor and Fantasound (Souvenir Book, 1940), Gone With The Wind (Souvenir Book).
|Music College: Programs||MC2003/301 |
Music College programs:
Program from 11 April 2001.
Program from 29 November 2001.
"Manchester College to Present Two Holiday Concerts," The News-Journal, 28 November 2001.
|Music Department: Auditions and Scholarships, Posters||MC2009/128 |
Music Auditions and Scholarships:
Scholarships for Strings.
Manchester College music auditions for the
- Manchester Singers, The Entertainers .
- Manchester Symphony Orchestra.
- A Cappella Choir.
- Chamber music.
- The Jazz Ensemble.
|Music Department: Event Calendar||MC2007/130 |
2004-2005 calendar of musical events including additions and changes to the Spring Semester Calendar.
|Music Department: Newsletters||MC2003/232 |
Music Department Newsletter Fall 1993.
Manchester College Music Alumni Newsletter 1982-1983.
|Music Department: Photographs||MC2004/129 ||All photos are black and white and were photographed by Patte Stockberger Class of 1995], Many are identified and most are from the 1990's. |
|Music Department: Syllabi||MC2004/95 |
Syllabi: Music Department.
- File #1. 1999-2002.
- File #2. 2002-2003.
|Music Performance: Arrangement of The Creaton, by Joseph Haydn||MC2008/82 ||Music arrangement of "The Creation" by Joseph Haydn sung by Manchester College students. |
|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: Music Educators' National Conference (MENC)||MC2003/230 |
Music Educators' National Conference (MENC): News release from 1980.
|Music: Music Majors' Handbooks||MC2003/231 |
Music Majors' handbooks from 1964-1994.
|Music: Newspaper Clippings||MC2009/176 |
1. "West Side Story 'Terrific' Hit," 1963.
2. 1963, "College to Give "Elijah."
3. 1995, "Music Festival Planned At MC Winger Hall."
4. "Manchester College to host A Night...," 2007.
|Music: Promotional||Music Filing Cabinet ||"Music at Manchester College" undated 81/2" x 11" promotional. |
|Music: Recital Photographs, 1950's||MC2009/08 |
Photographs of reception at a recital or musical event, probably in Winger Auditorium sometime in the 1950's.
|Musical Events: 1987-1988 and 1990's||MC2010/46 ||Calendars of "Music Events at Manchester College," 1987 - 1988, 1992 -1993, 1993 -1994, 1994 -1995. |
|Neff, Ida Fields: Drama, Poor Richard, Photographs, circa 1920||MC2010/30 |
One photograph of a scene from the play, "The Poor Richard," from the Ida Fields Neff Photograph Collection.
|Office Equipment: Photographs||MC2009/38 |
Photo of office and other equipment circa the 1960's or 70's ?
1. One photo with students using an oscilloscope or oscoloscope (circa the 1960's?).
2. One photo of office equipment (circa the 1960's or 70's?).
3. One photo by Lloyd Hoff dated 20 April 1967 of the inside of a piece of equipment.
4. Two photos by Lloyd Hoff showing the interior of the language labs with cubicles and headphones (probably shot during the 1960's).
|Peace Studies Collection||MC2002/167 ||General Peace Studies information in four large boxes, including Gladdys Muir's and Dale Barnard's teaching materials and an inventory of Peace Studies students. The Peace Studies Institute was founded in 1948 on Manchester College's campus by Gladdys Muir and others. This material also includes writing of Gladdys Muir. |
|Pep Band Support||MC2007/53 |
The year prior to September 1994, students had organized a volunteer pep Band that played at football and basketball games. The Pep Band was continued in 1994. Butterbaugh agreed to raise money to furnish the Band with sport shirts and jackets. This letter requests that recipients contribute $100 each to defray the cost of shirts and jackets.
1. Pep Band letter from Edgar Butterbaugh, Chair, Board of Trustees and Former Trombone Player.
|Performance, Opera, Bartered Bride: Poster||MC2010/54a-b ||Poster: Smetana's Opera, "The Bartered Bride," 1953, presented by Manchester College choral organizations and directed by Clyde Holsinger. |
|Performance: News Releases||MC2008/58 ||1. An assortment of news releases dating from 1960 - 1989.
These news releases primarily feature guest artists performing on campus, some through the College Union Board and the Artist-Lecture Series. Examples of the performers are; The Dale Warland Singers of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn., rock concert by "Featherstitch," the Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater, the Arbors, Leonard Rose (cellist), The Lettermen, Duke Ellington, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Si Zentner (trombonist), Eugene Holmes (baritone), The Four Saints, the new York Brass Quintet, the Concert Choir of Columbus Senior High School.
2. An assortment of newspaper articles regarding performers appearing at Manchester College (1960's - 1990's).
Newspaper articles include: Rosa Page Welch (classical sacred musical singer), The Sounds of Hope.
3. Six Programs: Fort Wayne Philharmonic, 1983, Wilma Jensen, Organist, 1988, Brian L. Best Presents A Musical Tribute to Walt Disney, 1980, "Journey Into Blackness," featuring VOICES, Inc., Black Musical Theater, The Ethnic Dance Theatre, 1990, Musicke of Sundrie Kindes, An Evening of Eighteenth-Century Entertainment.
|Performances, "The Devil Passes"||MC2008/102a,b |
Sadie S. Wampler directed many wonderful theatrical productions on campus. This correspondence deals with royalties for the play, "The Devil Passes."
"The Devil Passes" Letters from Samuel French, Play Publishers, New York, regarding royalty fees.
|Performances: "Oklahoma," Photographs||Photograph Box 77 ||"Oklahoma," photographs. |
|Performances: "Ye Olde Tyme Concert At Ye College Chapel," circa 1917||MC2008/49 |
"Ye Olde Tyme Concert At Ye College Chapel." circa 1917.
- The cast of players and singers includes individuals graduating in 1917, 1918, 1922...so the program probably took place 1917 or earlier. This humorous event quips:
- In Ye Borough of North Manchester, On Ye 19th Day of November. Ye Doors Will be Open at Earlie Candle Light. Ye Synging Will Begin at 7:45 by Ye Tymebeater's watch.
- N. B. Lester Bowser will attend to ye snuffin' of ye candles.
- N. B. If at any tyme ye desire to heare ye sweet strains again, ye will clap ye hands and not stampe or scrape ye unseemlie.
- N. B. Ye syngers will bring ye tune books, and slippery elm for ye voice, less they syng falslie.
- N. B. A solemn silence should prevade ye assembly; yet peradventure some of ye tunes be funny, a little laughter may be indulged, but ye listeners are not to think they can do better than ye syngers.
|Performances: Newspaper Clippings and Programs||MC2008/09 ||An assortment of music, drama, artist lecture and performance newspaper articles, programs and press releases. |
|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.
|Plays and Musical Productions: Posters||MC2009/125 |
1. A variety of posters for plays and musical productions:
Steel Magnolias, 1993.
The Musical Comedy Murders of 1930, no year on poster.
The Scarlet Letter, 1996.
The Importance of Being Earnest, 1990.
The Miser, 1994.
Archy and Mehitabel, 1993.
The Madwoman of Chaillot, 1992.
Fiddler on the Roof, 1989.
The Extremity of Love, 1991.
|President's Office: Departments and Divisions||MU2012/103 Box 3 |
President's Box #3: Departments and Divisions.
|Public Relations: News Releases and Newspaper Clippings Collection, 1987-1993||MC2004/446 |
Various News Releases and Newspaper Clippings - 1987 through 1993.
|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.
|ral Union||MC2003/159 |
Choral Union: 1954-1955 spring term attendance records. Minutes 14 September 1954-19 May 1955.
|Recitals, Faculty and Student: Posters|| MC2009/71-MU: Music Department |
These materials are part of the larger collection, MC2009/71. See MC2009/71 for a complete listing of the entire collection.
File Folder MC2009/71-MU: Music Department
- MC2004/711 - This object was given an accession number in 2004 by a previous Archivist but no paperwork had been created. An accession page is being created by Archivist, Jeanine Wine, and this object is now located in file folder MC2009/71-MU.
- MC2009/71-MU,a - 1979, December, "Manchester College Music Department Presents a Faculty Exchange Recital with Findlay College, Music For Romantics."
- MC2009/71-MU,b - 1981, February, "Manchester College Music Department Presents a Faculty Exchange Recital with olivet Nazarene College."
- MC2009/71-MU,c - 1981, April, "Manchester College Music Department Honors Recital," with Barry Coe, Tenor, Pamela Duffy, Soprano, Julie Hunn, Piano, Karen McKimmy, Soprano, Susan Penner, Organ, Lisa Savage, Piano, Mary Tilsy, Soprano, Robin Zeider, Saxophone.
- MC2009/71-MU,d - 1980, April, "Manchester College Music Department Honors Recital," with Mary Patterson, Bassoon, Susan Penner, Organ, Nina Hill, Piano, Julie Hunn, Piano, Lisa Savage, Piano, Diana Gunnerson, Soprano, Cathy Mishler, Soprano, layra Swantner, Soprano.
- MC2009/71-MU,e - 1982, April, "Manchester College Music Department Honors Recital," with Diana Coe, Pam Duffey, Patty Jones, Janie McCauley, Lisa McMillan, Christine Oetama, Ingrid Rupel, Loa Traxler.
- NC2004/708 - This object was given an accession number in 2004 by a previous Archivist but no paperwork had been created. An accession page is being created by Archivist, Jeanine Wine, and this object is now located in file folder MC2009/71-MU.
|Religion and Philosophy: Focus on Faith Week, Posters||MC2010/50a,b |
Focus on Faith Week:
1. MC2010/50a: "Environmental Theology, Focus on Faith Week," November, 1992.
2. MC2010/50b: "Let Justice Roll!," Focus On Faith, October, 1993.
|Religion and Philosophy: Mission Statement and Enrollment||Large Box 127 |
Religion and Philosophy Department:
|Religion and Philosophy: Syllabi ||MC2004/98 |
Religion and Philosophy Department syllabi:
- File #1. 1999-2000.
- File #2. 2001-2002.
- File #3. 2002-2003.
|School Music Methods : Class, 1928||MC2007/132 |
School Music Methods Class, 1928. "Hansel and Gretel."
The program for "Hansel and Gretel," April 27, 1928.
|Schwalm, Vernon F.: Diploma, Honorary Degree||MC2004/189 |
Schwalm, Vernon F.:
"Indiana Institute of Technology: Know all men by these presents, That in recognition of his Distinguished attainments the Faculty of Indiana Institute of Technology with the approbation of the Board of Trustees, through the authority in them vested by the State of Indiana, has conferred upon Vernon F. Schwalm the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humanities with all of the rights, honors and privileges thereto appertaining...." 1963.
|Scott Strode: Theater and Children's Theater Collection Including the "History of Play Production at Manchester College" ||MC2009/90a, b, c, e, d, f, g ||Strode Collection: Children's Theatre VHS and DVDs of productions. Touring history. Year-by-year historical files and photos 1979 - 2005. |
|Sollenberger, Howard||MC2003/234 |
Letter from Howard Sollenberger to R. Gary Deavel regarding gift of Chinese musical instruments, 17 July 1978.
Memo from R. Gary Deavel to President Helman regarding gift of Chinese musical instruments from Howard Sollenberger, 25 July 1978.
Thank-you letter from R. Gary Deavel to Howard Sollenberger, 25 July 1978.
See Also: Library Photograph Box 105, File Folder #5.
|Speech and Drama: Award, 1973||MC2008/43 ||Speech and Drama Certificate of Award, 1973 |
|Students: Photographs, circa 1980's, 1990's ||MC2007/218 |
Old Manchester College sign with two students talking.
Cordier Auditorium building shot.
Student reading under tree.
Trio of students with guitar and drums on football field.
Students with books around the fountain.
"Good Times" showing a barbeque on campus with two individuals and meat.
Photo of football team at play.
A Cappella Choir photo.
|Symphonic Band and Stage Band: Posters ||MC2009/91a,b |
Symphonic Band / Stage Band (1971) poster and Symphonic Band poster (earlier poster).
1. MC2009/89aL 8.5" x 11" poster for Symphonic Band and Stage Band concert for 28 Frebruary 1971.
2. MC2009/89b: Poster with photo for Symphonic Band, David C. McCormick, Director, McCormick taught at the College from 1956-1959 and from 1967-1970. The poster has a photograph of the band.
|Theater: Design Plans for Productions||MC2009/94a,b ||Design: Historical design plans for theater productions. |
|Theatre: Alpha Psi Omega||MC2002/8 |
The file contains newspaper clippings and general information about Alpha Psi Omega.
|Theatre: Alpha Psi Omega||MC2008/174 |
Alpha Psi Omega: Program from the New Student One Act Festival, circa 1998.
Student directors, Assistant directors, actors, in this production include:
Shawn Kobb, Jennifer Witty, Aaron Gardner, Jennifer Lundin, Sean Andes, Patrick Purvis, Beth Joseph, Larisa Hoke & Chris Fitze, Amanda Muench, Elaine Barajas, Eric Bendes, Laurel Sampson, Josh Brockway, Andy Helfrich, Kelly Tucker, Shelly Smith, Johanna Long, Anne Albright, Nicole Weaver, John Eshleman, Devin Keener, Jamie Eller, Ted Bryant, Ryan Hedstrom, Heidi Beck, Nick Studebaker.
|Theatre: Alpha Psi Omega||MC2009/71 ||Posters advertising Alpha Psi Omega productions. See MC2009/71 File Folder MC2009/71-PMOA: Plays, Musicals, One Acts. These materials are part of the larger collection, MC2009/71. See MC2009/71 for a complete listing of the entire collection. |
|Theatre: Alpha Psi Omega||MC2007/81 ||Promotional for 2004 student one acts. |
|Theatre: Tri Alpha and Alpha Psi Omega ||MC2002/331 ||Theatre department programs from 1920-1989 (incomplete). Alpha Psi Omega Dramatic Fraternity certificate. |
|Tri Alpha: Newspaper Clipping and News Releases||MC2002/273 |
Tri Alpha newspaper clippings and news releases.
|Tri Alpha: Paul Keller Report circa 1960's||MC General File: Speech/Drama ||Report, including a section about Tri Alpha by Paul Keller circa the 1960's. |
|Tri Alpha: Production, Family Portrait, 1949||MC2007/80 ||1949 Program for the Tri-Alpha production of "Family Portrait." |
|Tri Alpha: Production, Lute Song, 1955||MC General File: Tri Alpha ||1955 Program for the Tri-Alpha production of "Lute Song." |
|Union Program Council Materials||MC2002/327 |
Union Program Council Materials.
Schedules and other information for 1971-1972 for Breakaway, Homecoming, Madrigal Dinner, Parents Weekend, movies (including Tuesday Movie Night), May Day, Fine Arts Week, Winter Festival.
For Fine Arts Week, See Also: Humanities Division; Sigma Eta Sorority
|Values, Ideas, & Arts, Convocations, Cinema Series, Schedules, Programs including Martin Agronsky as well as Opening Convo 2004 ||MC2004/355 |
Values, Ideas, & Arts, Opening Convocations, Convocations, Cinema Series: Schedules, Listings and Programs, including"
- 1967, Martin Agronsky, Washington Correspondent for CBS Radio and Television and Moderator of "Face the Nation."
|Van Der Weele, Wayne||MC2010/28 |
Numerous programs, photographs, publications and items of interest about Manchester College received from Wayne Van Der Wheele, alumnus, MC Class of 1949.
Manchester Symphony Orchestera, programs from the 1940's.
One copy of "Manifesto," Vol. 1, No. 14, "Above All Nations is Humanity," April 1947, published monthly by the journalism section of Students for Federal World Government of Manchester College, Editor in chief, Cecil Powell.
|Vice President: Box 5||Vice President's Box: #5 ||Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College. |
|Vice President: Box 8||Vice President's Box: #8 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|Wampler, Sadie Stutsman: Play and Postcard||Drama/Theater Filing Cabinet: Wampler materials |
Sadie Wampler play, "Mary of the Alabaster Box, A Biblical Play," by Sadie Stutsman (Wampler).
Postcard to Cora Shultz from Sadie Wampler regarding costumes for a pageant.
|Wampler, Sadie: Education and Professional Programs Division, Photographs||MC2003/107 |
Teacher Training School/Sadie Wampler Photograph Collection-Oversized Photographs.
1915-SSW and physical culture class.
SSW and her mother, Mary, with several other women.
SSW with art class.
Portrait of 4 people. SSW is center front.
1909-SSW and painting class.
SSW and art class.
1920-Pageant celebrating Manchester's 25 years.
Play "At the Mercy of the State" directed by SSW.
1921-"Morning-Noon-Night" directed by SSW.
1909-beginning of teacher training.
Teachers' institution group at Warsaw, IN.
1910-faculty, student body in front of brick building.
Framed portrait of a teacher in the classroom and observers.