|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|Brown, Ken||MC2010/62 |
Newspaper article with focus on Ken Brown, "Peace Studies at 50, Manchester counters 'myth of redemptive violence.'"
|Buildings List ||Buildings List ||This is a somewhat dated list of building on campus but it shares some pertinent information. |
|Buildings: Gladdy Muir Peace Garden, Peacemakers Wall of Fame||Bulletin of the Manchester College Peace Studies Institute,November 2007, Vol. 34. |
Peacemakers Wall of Fame in the Gladdys Muir Peace Garden.
|Buildings: Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden|| 922.869Su73r ||Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden: This home was built in 1929 by the Rarick's. See the book, "The Sunken Garden Home of Ralph G. and Vinna C. Rarick," in the Funderburg Library, Manchester Peace 922.869Su73r for a chronicle of "the development of the ’Rarick Retreat and Sunken Garden’--from the original purchase of the lot . . . through the subsequent years of dedicated labor in turning that lot in to ’spot of beauty;’ and the ultimate building of the house in 1929." |
|Buildings: Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden||MC2007/179a and b |
Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden: Background, fundraising, architectural plans.
|Buildings: Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden, Photograph||MC2004/429 ||5x7 BW photograph of Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden. Winter scene. Taken in 1965. |
|Campus: Architectural Plans and Landscaping||MC2007/October Update |
Architectural Plans for buildings, gardens, rooms and equipment on the Manchester College campus. List of trees and shrubs that Professor Philip Orpurt thought acceptible for the landscaping of Cordier Auditorium.
For more "tree" related material see also: Manchester College Bulletin April 1978 p.8-9.
|Civilian Public Service: Barnard Collection||MC2006/33 ||Dale Barnard Collection. |
|Leckrone, Joyce: Kennedy Collection||MC2009/22 ||Joyce Leckrone John F. Kennedy magazine and newspaper collection with a Christmas card reproduced from an original paiting by Mrs. John F. Kennedy with a handwritten note to Joyce from "Gladdys." This is presumably Gladdys Muir. |
|Mount Morris: Historic Memorabilia and Records||MC2012/51 ||A varied and extensive collection that includes interesting materials from Mount Morris College. |
|Muir, Gladdys||MC General File: Muir, Gladdys ||Information related to the portrait bust of Gladdys Muir by Paula Adams. The bust currently resides in the Union. |
|Muir, Gladdys||Large Box 89 (Peace Studies 4): Muir, Gladdys |
Correspondence, memorabilia and photographs pertaining to Gladdys Muir.
|Muir, Gladdys||MC2006/3 |
Midterm Exam for "International Relations." Ed Miller's midterm exam.
Partial syllabi for a course given by Gladdys Muir.
Recollections on the life of Gladdys Muir by Shirley Weiss Dawson and Carolyn Zunkel Parker.
|Muir, Gladdys: Brethren Colleges and Preparation for Leadership||MC2004/282 |
Gladdys Muir Papers: "The Place of Brethren Colleges in Preparing Men and Women for Peace Leadership."
|Muir, Gladdys: Letter Collection||MC2003/369: Muir ||Letters written by Gladdys Muir to her students and former students. |
|Muir, Gladdys: Music||MC2007/221 |
Gladdys Muir's music.
|Muir, Gladdys: Newsletter Collection||MC2005/1 ||Gladdys Muir newsletters. |
|Muir, Gladdys: Selective Service Letter||MC2003/7 ||Letter dated 11 January 1967 from Gladdys Muir to Indiana Selective Service regarding CO case of a former student of hers. |
|Muir, Gladdys: Syllabus and Barnard Letter||MC2004/214 ||Syllabus for Basic Philosophy of Peace (Religion 430) and letter from Gladdys Muir to Dale Barnard dated 20 August 1961. |
|Muir, Mary Amanda ||Large Box 89 |
Mary Amanda Muir is the mother of Gladdys Muir.
Photograph and announcement of the "100th anniversary of Mary Amanda Muir."
|Peace House||Peace House: Information |
See Muir [Gladdys] Peace House & Garden. This home was built in 1929 by the Rarick'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. |
|Peace Studies: Administration Office Momentos||MU2012/67 |
One VHS tape - The Vagina Monologues.
One book, "Gladdys E. Muir, Professor, Peacemaker, Mystic," by Herbert Hogan.
One notebook containing schedules for special convocations, events and Values Ideas and the Arts programs beginning Winter Term 1960 and ending Spring Term 1979.
|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.
|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.
|Peace: Lilly Curriculum Study,||MC2004/208 |
Lilly Curriculum Study, Peace studies committee.
From the file: "The Peace Studies Committee of the Lilly Curriculum Study has been meeting from time to time since its formation. ... Main objective of this committee...[is to] study the question, Is the Peace Studies Curriculum in harmony with the Liberal Arts program?" Committee members included: Carl W. Holl, Gladdys Muir, Robert Nelson, ? Schuhle, Vernon Stinebaugh, ? Wilson.
|Photographs: Faculty and Staff||MC2003/226 ||Faculty/Staff Photograph Collection |
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1998 - May 2000 - Part 3||MC2012/36c |
Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 1999 through July 1999.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1998 - May 2000 - Part 4||MC2012/36d |
Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. August 1999 through December 1999.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, June 2000 - December 2000 - Part 6||MC2012/36f ||Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. June 2000 - December 2000. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media, ||MU2012/123 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Pictures include Philanthropy Convocations and awards, graduation photos from different years, Homecoming images, faculty and student pictures, PERC and athletics photographs, music images, and campus scenes. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media, ||MU2012/128 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. |
|Public Relations: Scenes of Manchester College Campus||MU2012/136a,b ||This collection is composed of two sets of images that capture campus scenes and document campus buildings. |
|Religious Activities, Aid Society Bible||MC2009/25 |
Possibly the Aid Society Bible with signatures of (President) E. M. Crouch, Sadie Stutsman, L. W. Shultz and many more.
See Also: Annual Bible Institute.
|Rieman, Phil and Louise Baldwin||MC2010/5 ||Video of Manchester College' s 2009 Homecoming plaque dedication to Manchester College alumni, Phil and Louise Baldwin Rieman, in the Muir Peace Garden. See also: Brethren People File: Rieman, Louise and Phil|
|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. |
|Schwalm: Muir, Gladdys, Peace Studies, Correspondence ||MC2011/158 |
- Correspondence between President Vernon Schwalm and Gladdys Muir regarding the formation of the Peace Studies program at Manchester College.
- Correspondence between President C. E. Davis of LaVerne College, California and V. F. Schwalm.
- Pamphlets announcing the introduction of the Department of Peace Studies at Manchester College under the direction of Gladdys Muir and associates. This department was designed to prepare for leadership in the field of Peace and International Relations.
|Sunday School||MC2010/147 ||Copy of an invitation to attend the interdenominational "College Sunday School" featuring "...five vitally interesting classes." Professors giving classes are Paul Keller, Ercell Lynn, Gladdys Muir, R. Wayne Rieman, and Dr. Charles Morris. |
|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
|Vice President: Box 6||Vice President's Box: #6 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|Work Camps: Germany||MC2006/40 |
Photo Scrap Book of the Third Kassel Work Camp, 1953, with dedication to Dr. Gladdys Muir.