|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|A Cappella Choir Tour: Schedule and Anticipated Expenses||MU2013/42 |
Concert schedule and list of anticipated expenses for the Spring Choir Tour, 1993.
|Academic Policies Committee: Minutes 2002 - 2004||MC2006/30 |
- Academic Policies Committee Minutes, Fall 2002 - Spring 2004.
- Teacher Education Committee Minutes, Fall 1999 - Spring 2001.
- Department of Education Minutes, Fall 1999 - Spring 2002 and Fall 2002 - Spring 2004.
- Institutional Report in preparation for NCATE/IPSB visit November 2004 and Exhibits for NCATE/IPSB Visit, November 2004.
- Field Biology, Biol 110, Koinonia Environmental and Retreat Center and Programs.
- Analysis of MC's Teacher Education Goals using Student Teaching Evaluations, 2003 - 2004.
- Teacher Education Ad-Hoc NCATE Minutes.
- Teacher Education Department of Education Minutes from 1993 forward.
- Teacher Education Schools Available for Field Experiences.
- Education Budget, Budget Planning and Budget Reports.
- Board of Examiners Report, NCATE, Accreditation Visit to Manchester College, November 2004.
- Teacher Education Program Policy Handbook.
- Military Order of the Purple Heart Award, January, 1984.
- Indiana Board of Examiners, September, 1989.
|Accreditation: NCATE 1963||MC2003/271 ||Report to NCATE, 1963 |
|Accreditation: NCATE 1964||MC2003/272 ||NCATE Report, 1964 |
|Accreditation: NCATE 1967||MC2003/273 ||Report to NCATE, 1967 |
|Accreditation: NCATE 1967||MC2003/274 ||NCATE Report, 1967 |
|Accreditation: NCATE 1972||MC2003/276 ||Report to NCATE, 1972 |
|Accreditation: NCATE 1972||MC2003/278 ||NCATE Report, 1972 |
|Accreditation: NCATE 1972||MC2003/289 ||NCATE Report, Master's in Ed, 1972 |
|Accreditation: NCATE 1982||MC2003/264 ||Institutional Report, NCATE, 1982 |
|Accreditation: NCATE 1991||MC2003/255 ||Precondition documents, NCATE, 1991 |
|Accreditation: NCATE 1992||MC2003/283 ||Report to NCATE, 1992 |
|Accreditation: NCATE 2000||MC2003/361 ||Karen Doudt's submission to NCATE, 2000 |
|Admissions: Incoming Student Tests, A Comparison||MC2007/197 ||ATP (Admissions Testing Program of the College Board) Summary Reports, Highlights of the 1977 Manchester College Freshman Class |
|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." |
|Admissions: Posters, Student Recruitment, January Term||MC2010/53 |
1. Folder labeled "miscellaneous assortment."
- CASE at Manchester College, newspaper article and special merit award, 1982 Mindpower Campaign. CASE stands for Coucil for Advancement and Support of Education.
- Fine Arts Week calendar, undated, including Peking Acrobats, Alpha Psi Omega One-Act Play Festival, Faculty Art Show with paintings by James R. C. Adams.
- January Term Opportunities at the Indiana Medical History Museum, Old Pathology Building. This was formerly given the accession number of MC 2003/113 #85 but paperwork was not completed.
- Manchester Activities Council banquet for MAC Officers and new members, 1991, including yearly calendar of events.
- The Charles and Cleda Zunkel Peacemaker Fund Presents, Rev. Dr. C. Wayne Zunkel, Manchester College alumnus, 1992. This poster was formerly given the accession number of MC2003/113 #114 but paperwork was not completed.
- Party with the O.O.P.S. Groundhogs, 1994.This poster was formerly given the accession number of 2003/114 #22 but paperwork was not completed.
2. Folder labeled, "Senior Sendoff," 1993 containing poster. Formerly MC2003/113 #42 but paperwork was not completed.
3. Folder labeled, "Centennial Auction," 1990 containing poster. Formerly MC2003/113 #32 but paperwork was not completed.
4. Folder labeled, "Manchester College Publicity," with posters.
- "Let each become all that he was created capable of being," by Thomas Carlyle.
- Folder with Manchester College map.
- Poster, "A Journey at Manchester College, Where we believe in preparation for a lifetime."
|Advancement, Office of Institutional: Assortment of Materials||MC2008/203a-m |
Advancement Christmas card, promotional materials, mission and vision statement, posters, Church of the Brethren connection, events, societies, self-study, float plan for a parade, and more. Read the accession page for a complete listing.
|Advancement: 1947 "Rotogravure, The News-Sentinel," ||MC2009/99a,b |
1947 photo spread from "The News-Sentinel" that features the Chime Tower, Oakwood Hall, student housing, tennis courts, trailers for married students, the radio station, Manchester College professors, the May Day queen, football players, and the Education/Professional Programs Division.
|Advancement: Gym-a-thon||MC2008/112 |
1. One program of this event.
|Alford, Steve||MC2009/71-SP:Sports ||Steve Alford posters. |
|Aurora, Photographs of Students and Organizations, 1991||MC2004/425 |
Pictures include group of students in Wampler Auditorium, "Victory Rally" poster, men playing saxophone and guitar, Rob Dickason, Jeremy Groh, Manchester Activities Council, student orientation leaders, NASA (No Longer Accepting Substance Abuse), Student Education Association, Accounting Club, Cordier Club, Math Club, Business Club, Social Service Club, Psych Society, Pre-Law Club, Society of Physics Students, American Chemical Society, female students, male and female students, serenade, Lara Jeanne Tokarski, Kenapocomoco Coalition Meeting, Elizabeth Young singing into microphone and man a woman running sound equipment, Robert Novak.
|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: Photographs, 1992||MC2004/420 ||A variety of photographs of students taken for the Aurora of 1992. Many photographs are labeled. |
|Bachman Collection: Schwalm Inauguration||MC2007/227 ||Bachman Collection. Dr. Bachman represented Yale University at the inauguration of President Schwalm, Manchester College, 1941. |
|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.
|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.
|Beaker Breakers' Bi-Weekly, National Science Foundation Summer Chemistry Program||MC2010/193 |
The booklet is called “Beaker Breakers’ Bi-Weekly” and was put out during the National Science Foundation Summer Chemistry Program at Manchester College. It has was appears to be getting-to-know-you games and funny/interesting quips about participants. This booklet is undated.
|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.
|Bible Contests ||MC General File: Bible |
Booklets: "Bible Memory and Bible Story Telling Contests," promoted by the Indiana Council of Religious Education. Guidelines for contestants and lists of participating counties.
|Career Planning & Placement||Small Box 9 |
One file folder:
- August 1996, "Labor Force Composition and Anticipated Changes in Indiana, 1996 - 2010."
- 2 February 1998, "CAReer Tune-Ups Spring Programs."
|CASE||MC2010/53: Folder, Miscellaneous Assortment, CASE |
CASE at Manchester College, newspaper article and special merit award, 1982 Mindpower Campaign. CASE stands for Council for Advancement and Support of Education.
|Children's Theatre and the Participation Players ||MC General File: Speech and Drama, History |
Article about the history of the "Participation Players," by Scott Strode.
Information about Touring Children’s Theatre: The Participation Players.
|Christian World Order||MC2007/92 |
A Forum Institute on Christian World Order, 1936.
See Also: Poster for this event MC2009/106.
|Christian World Order: Poster||MC2009/106 |
Poster: Kagawa and Nye Mass Meetings at Manchester College "An Institute on Christian World Order."
|Civilian Public Service: Blickenstaff, Delbert D. Collection ||MC2009/154 |
Correspondence and photos from Delbert Blickenstaff regarding Dr. Virginia Keller's CPS oral history project:
|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.
|Clubs: Spartan Chew Crew||MC2009/11 |
Spartan Chew Crew, circa 1980: "We need to put chewing tobacco back to its proper respect," said MC Spartan Chew Crew President Duane Sautbine. "Only proper gentlemen chew tobacco."
One newspaper article from an unidentified paper.
|Conscientious Objector: Experiments On||MC2004/197 ||Article from unknown newspaper that outlines experiments on conscientious objectors during World War II. Fatigue, starvation, and other experiments are briefly described. Photo of participant in starvation experiment is included. |
|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.
|Convocation #57: Chenault, Myron, Close Encounters of the Educational Kind||Convocation #57, Chenault, Myron, 1979 ||Myron Chenault gives the presentation, "Close Encounters of the Educational Kind," on 12 February 1979. |
|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: Photograph Collection||MC2004/123 |
A photograph collection of convocation participants and events. Most individuals in the pictures have been identified.
|Cordier, Andrew W.: Memorial Service||MC2011/19 ||Memorial service for Dr. Andrew W. Cordier. Participants include President Helman, Rev. David Rogers and Dr. Gary Deavel, organist. |
|Deeter, Allen: Notes from Peace Studies Committee Meeting||MC2004/145 ||Notes from Allen Deeter's participation in Peace Studies Committee meetings. |
|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."
|Education and Professional Programs Division ||MC2006/25 |
Education and Professional Programs Division: Assortment
- Phi Delta Kappa permanent charter status certificate, November 10, 1984.
- 1907 Certificate of Proficiency to Lulu Waggoner.
- Manchester College SEA Plaque of Appreciation.
- Partners In Learning History Policy Manual as well as background, permission letters and forms.
- TEP Model History.
- State Teacher Education Approval Letters 1947 - 1969.
- NCATE Accreditation Reports.
|Etched Glass Panes: Student Names||MC2011/127 ||These appear to be small hand-etched panes of glass. It seems as if each participant wrote his/her name individually, perhaps as part of a College function, reunion, or Church of the Brethren event? |
|Faculty Meeting Minutes: 1919 - 1925||MC2012/17a,b |
Faculty Meeting Minutes 16 September 1919 - 19 May 1925 and other pieces of memorabilia, ideas and resolutions.
|Flory, Paul: Biographical Information||MC2008/179 ||Various articles and biographical pieces of information. |
Miscellaneous materials dealing with Forensics, Debate and Speech.
|Fundraising by Decade/Campaign: The Next Step, circa 1997 - 2006||MC2007/10 ||"The Next Step" closing gala. March 19, 2006. |
|Grant: ICIP||MC2003/294 ||Indiana Consortium for International Programs: Application for ICIP grant, "Globalizing Secondary Curricula and Teacher Education Through Art," dated 6 November 1985. |
|Grant: ICIP||MC2003/295 ||Indiana Consortium for International Programs: Application for ICIP grant, "Contemporary African Society in a Time of Change: Two Case Studies, Malawi and Zimbabwe," dated 18 October 1995. |
|Grant: ICIP||MC2004/519 |
Indiana Consortium for International Programs: "Rural Development and Urbanization in Africa: Two Case Studies, Zimbabwe and Malawi," proposed by David Waas, Dated 18 October 1990.
|Hawthorne Program: Photograph and Video Collection, 1999 - 2000||MC2004/391 |
1999 - 2000 Hawthorne Program
The Lilly Endowment funded Hawthorne Program was designed to help prepare African American and Hispanic students (grades 6-8) for college or other educational opportunities beyond high school. The Program's Mission follows:
To empower African American and Hispanic youth to tap their learning potential, increase their understanding of educational possibilities, and help them to envision themselves as future leaders.
The Summer Academic Enhancement Program was a two week residential experience held on the campus of Manchester College. It was designed to enhance the students' skills in math, science, writing, reading and drama. At the close of the two weeks, parents were invited on campus to spend the night and to attend the student-led closing program. The summer session included a weekend visit to another college or university.
Two academic institutes were held during the school year, one in the fall and one in the spring. Manchester College students hosted program participants for a weekend stay on campus. The institutes provided the middle school students a firsthand understanding of life on a college campus and enhanced their skills in a specific subject area.
Monthly educational seminars were esigned to give support and information to parents and guardians about the program. Discussions included how to prepare for and finance a college education. The meetings were held in Fort Wayne and South Bend.
Tutorial sessions were provided during the school year and were offered weekdays by partner organizations. Sessions were designed to assist students with homework and to improve study skills.
Social, cultural and educational activities were planned by the Outreach Coordinators and varied in focus to provide diverse social, cultural and educational experiences. These activities included bowling, a library tour, lectures, local college tours, community service and visits to museums.
|Hiroshima: Ken Brown||MC2010/38 |
Ken Brown's Sermon Regarding Participation in 1977 Peace Walk and A-Bomb Conference, Japan.
1. One cassette tape, 1977, wrongly labeled "Vietnam."
2. One CD-R copied by Stan Pittman, Manchester College, in 2010.
|Hiroshima: World Friendship Center, Leona Row Eller Collection||MC2011/195 |
Extensive collection of photographs, publications and memorabilia from the collection of Leona Row Eller from her participation in the World Friendship Center, Hiroshima, Japan.
|Hoff, Lloyd||Faculty Staff Boxes: Hoff, Lloyd |
Material related to Lloyd M. Hoff.
See also: Lloyd M. Hoff obituary in the Edith Miller Collection as well as MC2004/203, Alumni award in leather folder that was awarded posthumously to Lloyd M. Hoff on 22 May 1976.
|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.
|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. |
|Indiana Campus Compact: Doudt, NCATE: Education and Professional Programs Division ||MC2003/361 |
A collection of material, including student teaching handbooks, compiled by Dr. Karen Doudt for the NCATE visitation team circa year 2000:
1 PLS (Performance Learning Systems) material.
2 Graduate Council Minutes, 1993-1994.
3 Grant proposal submitted to Indiana Campus Compact, 25 January 1999.
4 Metro North Study.
5 Teacher Education Program Policy Handbook, 1998.
6 Student Teaching Handbooks, 1992-1999.
7 Mindpower and Mindquest materials.
8 Education Program Student Handbooks, 1993-1999.
9 Editorials published in the News-Sentinel by Dr. Doudt (1997-1998).
|January Term: Posters||File Folder 2009/71-V: Various |
January Term posters. See MC2009/71 File Folder 2009/71-V: Various. This file includes
- January 1982, International Business Trip to Bangladesh, with Mohammed A. Haque, Dept. of Economics and Business.
- January 1981, The Language and Literature of Ireland with Professor Rowan Daggett, Ph.D.
|Kinsel, Paul: Collection||MC2011/229 |
Memorabilia belonging to student, Paul Kinsel,. The collection reflects his 1928 - 1929 through 1931 - 1932 college experience.
|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, Part Two||MC2012/34 ||"Memories of ...Manchester," by Otho Winger. Personal correspondence to and from Charles Klingler between others on campus. Independent Study papers by former students - Restricted. |
|M Club / M Association||MC2002/191 |
The M Organization/Club/Association began informally in 1939, and then more officially in 1940. It is made up of alumni who participated in athletics during their years at Manchester College. This file contains history, articles and general information.
|Manchester Activities Council (MAC)||MC2002/300d ||Manchester Activitites Council constitution and amendments, mission statements. |
|Manchester Activities Council Collection||MC2002/300c |
Union Program Council policies and procedures materials.
|Manchester Activities Council: Annual Reports, 1982 - 1993||MC2002/300f ||Manchester Activities Council (MAC) annual reports 1982-93. |
|Manchester Activities Council: Banquet Poster, 1991||MC2010/53: MAC Banquet 1991 |
Manchester Activities Council (MAC) poster: MAC banquet for Officers and new members, 1991 with yearly calendar of events. This poster is part of the larger collection MC2010/53.
|Manchester Activities Council: Budget||MC2002/300h |
Manchester Activities Council budget proposals.
|Manchester Activities Council: Correspondence||MC2002/300e ||Manchester Activities Council (MAC) correspondence. |
|Manchester Activities Council: Fliers and Programs, 1992 - 1994||MC2002/300j ||Manchester Activities Council (MAC) fliers & programs, 1992-94. |
|Manchester Activities Council: Member Selection||MC2002/300k ||Manchester Activities Council (MAC) member selection material. |
|Manchester Activities Council: Minutes||MC2002/300i ||Union Program Council Minutes Collection. |
|Manchester Activities Council: Minutes, 1984 - 1995 ||MC2002/300a ||Manchester Activities Council (MAC) minutes1984-95. |
|Manchester Activities Council: Minutes, 1996 - 2002||MC2003/27 ||Manchester Activities Council (MAC) minutes, 1996-2002. |
|Manchester Activities Council: Movies||MC2002/300g ||Manchester Activities Council (MAC) movies. |
|Manchester Activities Council: Records||MC2002/300b |
Records for Manchester involvement 1990-1991, 1993-1994, two memos from 1987.
|Manchester Activities Council: Records||MC2002/192 |
Manchester Activities Council (MAC) certificates, signage, programs, minutes.
|Manchester College Promotional: "Rotogravure, The News-Sentinel," Saturday, November 8, 1947 ||MC2009/99a,b |
Trailer Court: Rotogravure, The News-Sentinel, 1947.
Trailer Court: Rotogravure, The News-Sentinel, 1947.
Featured in this newspaper spread are:
- the Chime Tower and Oakwood Hall
- Spartan Halls (barracks for men)
- (the new dormitory to house 100 men and costing an estimated $225,000
- Professor O. W. Neher and Professor Edward Kintner conferring in biology building with crayfish chart
- Tennis courts and 30 trailers for married veterans
- Campus radio station featuring Irvin Hoff, student and Dr. Orland lefforge, speech professor officiating as members of TKA, honorary speech fraternity, broadcast. Photographed are Wayne Miller, from North Manchester; Miss Elsie Rossmanith, Rensselaer; Ralph Yaney and Glen Crago, North Manchester
- Coeds, Miss Anna Mae Ehrmin, Mishawaka and Carlton Stoddard, Louisville, Ohio
- 1947 May Queen Mary Kathryn Cooper, Dayton, Ohio with football players John Krieg, Ft. Wayne and Ellis Lehman, Windbor, PA.
- Miss Mary Jane Penrod, Bluffton, IN, learns how to be a school teacher at Thomas Marshall School with Mrs. Esther Mae Ashley, student teacher director, and Miss Lucille Wright, critic teacher, along with a class of schoolchildren.
- Professors A. R. Eikenberry (Psychology), Fred R. Conkling (English) and Dr. C. S. Morris (Physics) in Administration Building with portrait of Otho Winger, President from 1911 - 1941 in background.
|Mastodon Dig||MC2007/144 ||Photos from the mastodon dig circa 1929. |
|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 Photographs from the Justiniano Collection||MC2009/131a,b,c,d,e,f |
May Day 1953 photographs from Myrtis Becker Justiniano (MC Class of 1954) including pictures of May Day Queen, Jean Childs Young and her Court.
|MCIA (Manchester College International Association)||MC2002/146 ||International Relations Club records. Unsorted material. |
|MCIA (Manchester College International Association)||See Also ||See also: BCA; Diversity; International Fair; The News-Journal ,16 November 1994 p.9; Oak Leaves, 15 October 1964 p.3; 14 January 1965 p.1; 21 January 1965 p.1; 28 January 1965 p.2; 4 February 1965 p.3; 11 February 1965 p.3; 25 February 1965 p.3; 18 March 1965 p.2; 25 March 1965 p.1, 3; 1 April 1965 p.3 |
|MCIA, (Manchester College International Association): Student Records||MC2002/147 |
Unsorted international student records.
|Media Resource Guides/Speakers' Bureau||MC2002/199 |
Lists, brochures, general information related to the Manchester College Media Resource Guides/Speakers' Bureau developed so that participating Manchetser College faculty could provide current information on a given subject by an expert in the field, and to further the relationship between Manchester Colge and the surrounding communities.
For related material to Media Resource Guides/Speakers' Bureau see, Manchester Institute.
|Model Democratic National Convention||Information |
For information about the Model Democratic National Convention see Manchester College Bulletin, July 1976 p.13.
|Mount Morris College: Neff, Ida Fields, Postcard Collection||MC2003/352 |
This is the postcard collection of Ida Fields Neff who graduated from Manchester College in 1920. It reflects student life at Manchester College, Indiana and at Mount Morris College, Illinois. Included is an image of West End Mission, North Manchester.
|Mount Morris: Historic Memorabilia and Records||MC2012/51 ||A varied and extensive collection that includes interesting materials from Mount Morris College. |
|Multicultural Affairs: Historical Folders||MC2012/35 ||Historical correspondence from the Department of Multicultural Affairs regarding the speaking engagements of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dick Gregory, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and Andrew Young at Manchester College. Invitations to Mrs. Coretta Scott King are also included along with her responses. |
|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.
|National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education||Oak Leaves: NCATE ||NCATE: Oak Leaves, 24 September 1964 p.1. |
|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.
|National Survey of Student Engagement ||The Manchester Monitor: NSSE ||NSSE: The Manchester Monitor, 22 January 2002 p.8. |
|National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)||The Manchester Monitor 22 January 2002 ||See The Manchester Monitor 22 January 2002 p.8. |
|NCATE (National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education)||Oak Leaves, 24 September 1964 ||See also: Oak Leaves, 24 September 1964 p.1. |
|Neff, Ida Fields: Memorabilia||MC2003/353 |
Ida Fields Neff Memorabilia Collection:
- Birth announcement for Mary Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Luke Hoff.
- Manchester College Athletic Association membership card for 1919-1920 school year.
- Invitation from Platform Reading Class to faculty and students of the Expression Department of Manchester College to attend readings.
- Two calling cards--one from Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O. Mote and one from Olive Erickson.
- Wedding program for Trude Mishler and Floyd Irwin, 14 December 1919.
- Envelope addressed to Miss Ida E. Fields, from Pvt. F.E. Dewart, a soldier during World War I, 1919.
- Envelope with Christmas card addressed to Miss Ida E. Fields, from Pvt. F.E. Dewart of the U.S. Army. Sent during World War I.
- Christmas card from Wormhout, France, 18 December 1918. Signed "Fordie."
- Valentine's card from N.N.
- Reproductions of photos of J.E. and Nettie Miller.
- Poem called "Whispers of Cheer," written by Ida Fields during her senior year.
- Remnant from corsage.
- Photo from play, "Every Student," showing Lillian Moomaw and Myrna Flory Gemmeo (M.C.1911-12-13).
- Invitation for Junior-Senior Reception, 1920.
- Note of thanks from Mrs. and Mrs. B. F. Wampler.
- Letter from Sadie Stutsman (Wampler) to Ida Fields, 1918.
- Wedding invitation of Sadie Stutsman Wampler.
- Letter to Ida from a male friend who is entering military service, 1918. (perhaps F. E. Dewart, "Fordie?")
|New Union: Student Group, Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/304 ||Brochure entitled "The New Union: Serving a Responsible Student Body." |
Memo to Members of the Administrative Committee from Off ice of the Dean of Students, dated 9 June 1969. Discussed a conference between Paul W. Hoffman and the President & Vice-President of the New Union.
Essay written by Alan Flory regarding the New Union, dated 15 May 1969.
For more material on the New Union (NU) see also: Oak Leaves, 30 April 1969 p.1.
|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. |
|Office of Multicultural Affairs||MC2007/2 |
Booklet entitled, "International Student's Host Family Program, Sponsored by The Office of Multicultural Affairs, Dr. Peter Gitau, Director, Katrina Bruce, Assistant Director.
|Office of Printing Services||MC2004/281 |
Materials designed and/or printed by the Manchester College Office of Printing Services for many College departmets. See "Scope and Content."
|Office of Printing Services: Poster||MC2010/53: O.O.P.S. Groundhogs, 1994 ||This is part of the larger collection accessioned as MC2010/53. |
|Outreach Ministry Teams||MC2007/220 |
Student lists, schedules and evaluations 1984 - 1987 ending with correspondence from early 1988.
See also: Deputation Teams.
|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.
|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. |
|Peace Studies: Poem by Bill Herod||MC2010/17 |
Poem by Bill Herod, "I Hear A Different Drummer"
|Peace Studies: Student European Tour, circa 1950||MC2008/117a,b |
Wilbur Mullen, Muir letter and Vernier letter regarding student tour to Europe during the summer of 1950 or 1951.
1. MC2008/117a - One letter from Dr. Gladdys Muir, 1959.1
2. MC2008/117b -One letter from Philip Vernier of Belgium circa 1950 - 1951.
3. One letter from Wilbur Mullen to Ken Brown.
|PERC: Dedication Photographs||MC2008/164 ||Physical Education and Recreation Center (PERC): Photograph of President Helman and Alumnus at dedication 1982. |
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1997 - May 2000 - Part 1||MC2012/36 |
Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 1997 through December 1997.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1998 - May 2000 - Part 2||MC2012/36b |
Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 1998 through December 1998.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 2001 - May 2002 - Part 1||MC2012/36g - Part 1 ||Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 2001 - September 2001. |
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, October 2001 - May 2002 - Part 2||MC2012/36g - Part 2 ||Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. October 2001 - May 2002. |
|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.
|Poster: Centennial Auction, 1990. ||See MC2010/53 ||The poster labeled, "Centennial Auction," 1990 is part of the larger collection MC2010/53. |
|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.
|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.
|Public Relations: Assorted Files||MC2009/32 |
Assorted Files from Public Relations - 1962 through1998.
|Public Relations: Images and media coverage 1994 - 2006||MC2008/145a-z2 |
Slides, Transparencies and News Clips From the Office of Public Relations including Manchester College campus and classroom scenes, athletic and other events, faculty, staff, students and images from the North Manchester area.
|Public Relations: Newspaper Promotional||MC2009/99 |
Newspaper spread: Promotional: "Rotogravuer, The News-Sentinel," Saturday, November 8, 1947.
|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: 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.
|Retention||MC2004/20 ||National Study of Retention Results of which Mancheser College was a participant. The study entitled "Student Retention at Liberal Arts Colleges: The Development and Test of a Model" was conducted in 1988 by Robert Thomas, Vice President for Student Affairs at Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania. |
|Robinson, William: Inauguration, Worship Service Bulletin||MC2010/187 ||1986 Inaugural Celebration of William Robinson at Manchester College: Worship Service Bulletin |
|Robison, Richard||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Robison, Richard |
Richard Robison, Practical Arts and Letters, Education:
- 1985 News Journal newspaper article, " ..... Dr. Richard Robison...has been appointed acting chair of the Manchester College Education department for spring term 1985. Robison replaces Dr. Warren K. Garner who is on (one) a one semester sabbatical leave..."
- 1987 Plain Dealer newspaper article, "Vocational Seniors to Get Certificates......Richard W. Robison, a Manchester Collge education professor, will speak. He and his wife have had more students participate in the vocational school than any other family in the district. Seven of the Robisons' 10 children have attended the school...."
- "Outdoor Classes Bring Science to Life In Schools Here," 1987 News Journal newspaper article, "... In addition, the Manchester College Education Foundations class, taught by Dr. Richard Robison, will provide 27 college students who will assist teachers and serve as counsellors...."
|Russian Orthodox Delegation: Records and Photographs||MC2004/338 ||Photographs of students, Leon and Iris Wien, A. Blair and Pat Helman, David Waas (?), Russian Orthodox clergymen, and others participating in 1963 reception for Russian visitor. |
|Schmidt, Fred and Mary Jr.: Salem Church of the Brethren||MC2011/40 ||The box is labeled Salem Church of the Brethren, 16 March 1969. It appears as if the participants include Fred and Mary Schmidt, Jr. The recording is of an individual playing an organ. |
|Scholarships: Various||MC2009/71File MC2009/71-V: Various |
Posters about various scholarships.
|Schultz, L. W.: Canadian Tour, 1965||MC2010/67 ||Photograph: 1965 L. W. Shultz tour to Canada with identified participants. |
|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.
|Science Symposium: 1990||Media Cabinet: Science Symposium, 1990 |
Gene Likens as a participant in the Science Symposium, 20 April 1990.
- Dr. Gene Likens, "State of the World's Ecosystem-Environmental Prospects for the 1990's." [SVHS original]
- Dr. Gene Likens, "State of the World's Ecosystem-Environmental Prospects for the 1990's." [dubbing master]
|Senior Send-off||MC2010/53: Senior Send-off ||Part of a large collection, the folder labeled, "Senior Sendoff," 1993 contains a poster for this event. |
|Shultz: Trip West||MC2011/122 |
These images appear to be from the 1960's and record a trip taken by L. W. and Cora Shultz. Stops include: Jackson Hole, Wyoming. a geyser at a national park, a church, the western mountains, and a decorative building with signage, "1966 Mitchell Corn Palace."
|Staff List: Name and Position and Board of Trustee Participant -Observer||MC General File: Staff List |
A list probably composed by Ferne Baldwin. A list of staff with their College positions and dates from 1895 - 1996.
A list of staff on the Board of Trustee Participant-Observer Nomination Ballott of 1996-1997.
|Stewart, Robert||Alumni Box 187: Stewart, Robert ||Material related to Manchester College alumnus and athlete, Robert Stewart. |
|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 Leadership Retreat||MC2004/171 |
Student leadership retreat, 1984.
- List of students who participated, planning correspondence, materials used in the retreat.
|Student Photographs: Band, circa 1980's||MC2008/180 ||Funnystudent band photograph circa the middle 1980's including Dab Dobbs, Patti Bickel, Dianna Mutch (Brown), and Cynthia Hoff. |
|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.
|The Bible Normal Programme||MC2004/706-2 ||Program for an event in the chapel with list of participants and topics. |
|Ulrey Genealogical Material||MC2007/140 ||Ulrey reunion documentation, letters, stories. |
|Underground Publication: Vietnam War Protest, Nation-wide Student Strike ||MC2010/192 ||An underground publication announcing a nation-wide strike called by the National Student Association and the National Student Lobby in response to the Indochina War. The date of the strike was set for April 21 and a year is not given. |
|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).
|Union Program Council||Union Program Council: Information and Photographs ||See Also: Manchester Activities Council (MAC); Photo Boxes 143, 144, 174 |
|Union Program Council||MC2002/275 ||Union Program Council Collection . |
|Union Program Council: Photographs||MC2002/326 ||Union Program Council Photograph Collection. |
|United National Assembly at Manchester College, Model: General File and Photographs||MC General File: United Nations |
- Model for the United Nations Assembly at Manchester College.
- The First Model U.N. Assembly Sponsored by Manchester College, March 28, 1952. Program and list of countries with participants, including handwritten notes. Some names include: Professors; Howard Book, Earl Garver, Wayne Geisert, Ray Keim, Nettie Leasure, Wayne Miller and Gladdys Muir. College Staff; Mr. Paul Bowman Students; Dale Barnard, Barry Cavaghan, Bob Keller and Wilbur Mullen.
- High School Model United Nations Assembly, newspaper clippings, see General File: United Nations.
For Photographs See: Photo Box 80
|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 10||Vice President's Box: #10 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|Vice President: Box 16||Vice President's Box #16 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|Vice President: Box 17||Vice President's Box #17 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|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. |
|Vice President: Box 6||Vice President's Box: #6 |
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. |
|Weimer, Harry||MC2001/1 ||Harry Weimer materials involving the Manhattan Project. |
|Weimer, Harry||MC2007/91 |
Harry Weimer family collection including family reunion and class reunion photos of Mrs. Harry Weimer.
|Weimer, Robert||MC2007/89 |
Photographs of Dr. Harry Weimer, Dr. Carl Holl and students and faculty of Manchester College (1938 - 2005).
|Weimer: Harry and Robert||MC2007/90 |
Robert Weimer: Kappa Mu Epsilon certificate and photo of first Kappa Mu Epsilon group, 1950 (photo includes MC alumnus, Robert Weimer).
Materials also related to Manchester College alumnus, Dr. Harry Weimer.
|West, Dan and Petersime, Ray: Heifer Shipment ||MC2008/61 ||Photograph of Dan West and Ray Petersime attending a service of dedication for a shipment of heifers to South America. |
|Women's Forum, an Invitation||MC2010/128 |
One flyer announcing the Women's Forum, open to students, staff and faculty.
|Work Camp: Photographs||MC2007/108 ||Work Camp photo montage of Church of the Brethren Youth at European Work Camp Following WWII. |
|Work Camps: Germany||MC2006/40 |
Photo Scrap Book of the Third Kassel Work Camp, 1953, with dedication to Dr. Gladdys Muir.