|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. |
|AAFRO Club, AAFRO House & Program||MC2009/71-D |
Posters from events sponsored by the A.A.F.R.O. Club.
|AAFRO CLUB: Reader's Theater, 1986||Convocation #209: AAFRO CLUB, Reader's Theater, 1986 ||AAFRO Club, Reader's Theater, 1986. |
|AAFRO House & Program||MC2002/6 ||AAFRO House |
- Information on Black History Month and the AAFRO House and Program records for 1969-1982.
- 1986-87 Budget for AAFRO Program.
|AAFRO House & Program||MC2003/16 ||Report of the AAFRO House Program, 1981. |
|AAFRO House & Program||MC2003/256 ||Report of the AAFRO Program Study Committee, 1981. |
|AAFRO House and Program||MC2009/71-E,c |
Poster: "Haunted House," spondored by AAFRO House, 31 October 1978.
|Academic Affairs||MC2009/97a-d |
Materials from the Office of Academic Affairs transferred to the Archives July 2009.
|Academic Affairs||MC2010/2 ||Materials from the Office of Academic Affairs transferred to the Archives February 2010. |
|Academic Affairs||MC2004/503 ||Enrollment Guide Collection. |
|Academic Affairs||MC2011/145 |
FYC and FYC Luncheons and Workshops for various years.
Honors Convocations 1996-2000 and 2003-2007. Background material and programs.
Student Fellowships Handbook
Faculty Business Meeting Minutes, Agendas and Attachments.
Official Faculty Meetings
Back Copies of Faculty Meeting Minutes, Faculty Development Committee and the Faculty Executive Committee.
|Academic Affairs||MC2011/147 |
Files regarding adjunct faculty, conflict tranformation institutes 2001-2004, conflict resolution collaboration 1997- 998, Dean's Student Scholarship Symposium 2003-2005.
|Academic Affairs: ACT Report 1989||MC2004/520 ||American College Testing (ACT) report, 1989 |
|Academic Affairs: Faculty/Adjunct Files||MC2011/146 |
Files regarding adjunct faculty.
|Academic Affairs: GRE Records||MC2002/4 ||Academic Affairs Records. GRE records - RESTRICTED ACCESS. |
|Academic Affairs: Guide Book||MC2004/504 ||Manchester College Guide Book Collection |
|Academic Affairs: Materials Transfer July 2009 ||MC2009/97a,b,c,d |
MC2009/97a: Science Center construction reports, minutes, design, finance, etc. Winger Hall Renovation. MSKTD
MC2009/97b: Social Work Accreditation, Institutional Research, APC Minutes, Library renovation 1999.
MC2009/97c: Files of former faculty and staff.
MC2009/97d: Files of Former faculty and staff and VIA information. Master of Arts in Contemporary Leadership. Dean's List of Honor Students 1995-2006. Kauffman Awards 1997-2003. Dean's Student Scholarship Symposium.
|Academic Affairs: Syllabi||MC2008/206 ||Syllabi, 2004 - 2005. |
|Academic Policies||MC2003/131 |
An assortment of materials including but not limited to:
- Faculty meeting minutes 23 November 1920 - 6 November 1923.
- Edward Kintner's faculty meeting notes,15 December 1925
- Special requests by students, 1968.
- Assortment of materials [circa 1956 - 1978] that include:
- Changes within the Mathematics Department, 1978.
- Credit Hours produced by Faculty Fall 1984 through Fall 1986.
- Manchester College Analysis of Key Data including Student-Faculty ratio 1969-70 through 1984-1985.
- Cost/Revenue study letter for the Department of Home Economics, 1987, Accounting and Secretarial studies (Office Administration).
- New secondary education patterns related to state teacher certification requirements.
- Journalism teaching minor and teaching major requirements
- Pass/Fail Policy review 1973 and 1974.
- "The Manchester Plan, An Academic Program for the '70's."
- "Educational Frontiers Committee."
|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.
|Academic Policies, Faculty Minutes, Kintner: Education and Professional Programs Division ||MC2003/131 file#3 |
Academic Policies: 1920-1925.
Minutes of faculty meetings where policies regarding tardiness, absences, grading, credit hours, credit points, and incompletes were discussed. Dated 23 November 1920-6 November 1923.
Edward Kintner's handwritten notes from faculty meeting when he was faculty secretary, dated 15 December 1925.
Many other materials
|Accounting and Business: Department Syllabi, Education and Professional Programs Division ||MC2004/92 |
Accounting and Business Department Syllabi Collection.
Materials for accreditation 1992.
|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 |
|Accreditation: NCATE 2000||MC2003/361 ||Karen Doudt's submission to NCATE, 2000 |
|Accreditation: Social Work 1978||MC2003/270 ||Social Work accreditation, 1978 |
|Accreditation: Social Work 1982||MC2003/269 ||Social Work accreditation, 1982 supplemental material |
|Accreditation: Social Work 1983||MC2003/268 ||Social Work accreditation, 1983 |
|Accreditation: Social Work 1991||MC2003/267 ||Social Work accreditation, 1991 |
|Accreditation: Social Work 1998||MC2003/266 ||Social Work accreditation, 1998 |
|Accreditation: Student Assessment 1992||MC2003/347 |
Accreditation Materials, 1992 including:
- Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds–Manchester College Project
- Proposed Campus Plan
- Student Housing Evaluation
- Energy Use Statistics
|ACT Class Profile Reports: Freshmen 1974 - 1979||MC2007/198 a,b,c,d,e ||ACT (American College Testing Program): The Class Profile Service Reports for Nonenrolled and Enrolled Freshmen. |
|Adams, Alison||MC2005/7 |
"Carnival of Animals" drawings by Alison Adams created for the Manchester Symphony Orchestra performance on Nov 6th 1983 of "Carnival of the Animals" by Camille Saint-Saens to commemorate the Orchestra's 45th Season.
|Adams, Professor James R. C.||MC2011/102 ||Professor James R. C. Adams gives a presentation on the topic of "19th Century Art." |
|Adams, Professor James R. C.: Ways of Looking At Art||MC2011/103 ||Professor James R. C. Adams talks about Ways of looking at art." He makes the presentation in response to a faculty request. |
|Adelphian Society: Book, Wild Life in Oregon...||MC2011/58 |
One book property of the Adelphian Society, a literary society at Manchester College.
"Wild Life In Oregon: Being a Stirring Recital of Actual Scens of Daring and Peril Among the Gigantic Forests and Terrific Rapids of the Columbia River (The Mississippi of the Pacific Slope) ....... "
|Administration Building: History||MC General File: Administration Building |
History of the Administration Building.
|Administration Building: Photographs, 1928||MC2009/196 ||Administration Building: Photos from 1928. |
|Administration Building: Postcard, Pre-1921 View||MC2003/56 |
Administration Building: Pre-1921 Campus Views Postcard Collection
|Administration Building: Postcards||MC2003/59 ||Administration Building Postcard Collection. |
|Administration Building: Postcards||MC2004/7 |
Administration Building: Oversized College Avenue Postcard Collection
|Administration Building: Postcards||MC2003/59 |
Administration Building: Administration Building Postcard Collection
|Admissions||MC2004/200 ||Admissions piece, card advertising Manchester College, produced sometime during Schwalm presidency (1941-1956). |
|Admissions||MC2007/203 ||Comparative Survey of College Publications, April, 1981 |
Admissions 1977 - 1980: Everything You Wanted to Know About Manchester College.
|Admissions||MC2007/214 ||Admissions Notebook of the 1980's Including the 1984 and 1985 Master Plan |
|Admissions||MC2007/207 ||Admissions: Master Plan 1984 - 1985. |
|Admissions||MC2007/189 ||New and Re-Admitted Student Rosters |
|Admissions||MC2007/75 ||Admissions Materials, assorted. |
|Admissions||MC2004/359 ||Church of the Brethren: Admissions Information |
|Admissions||MC General File ||1976 Open House at the Honeywell Center. |
|Admissions||MC General File ||Student Admission or Denial form. |
Photographs: Special Events photograph collection
|Admissions||MC2004/19 ||Testing |
|Admissions||MC2008/153 ||Admissions Officer: Paul Bowman interview on WOWO Radio Station, Ft. Wayne, 1960. One newspaper clipping describing event. |
|Admissions||MC2007/167 ||College Prep Analysis form. |
|Admissions||Mc2008/156 ||Manchester Exploration Days 1993, 1994 programs and miscellaneous materials. |
|Admissions||MC2002/7 ||Records |
|Admissions||MC2008/160 ||Campus Preview Day, 1996. A schedule. |
|Admissions||MC2008/149 ||Admissions interview form. An assortment of stickers and rsvp cards. |
|Admissions||MC2008/37 ||Admissions Packet: "Dare To Be Bold." |
|Admissions||MC2008/155 ||Admissions Packet: " A Touchstone for a Better World," circa 1995. |
|Admissions||MC2008/159 ||"The Manchester Plan: A Total Program" |
|Admissions||MC2008/39 ||Admissions: Business Reply Cards, "Service, Commitment, Excellence, Community, Global Perspective, Success." |
Admissions piece, 1977.
Manchester College Pictorial Bulletin, 1943.
Admissions: Miscellaneous material from various years, circa 1968 - 1986.
|Admissions: Annual Report of Institutional Data, 1998 - 2006||MC2007/191a-j ||Manchester College Factbook, Annual Report of Institutional Data. Reports for 1998 - 2006. |
|Admissions: Banners||MC2004/407 |
Manchester College Banner Collection.
|Admissions: Brochure 1894 - 1895||MC2004/155 ||Admissions brochure advertising the 1894-1895 school year at Manchester College. |
|Admissions: Brochure 1925||MC2004/343 |
Admissions brochure 1925. Large brochure showing photographs of athletics, chapel, the college hospital, and a photo of the trustees, faculty, and students of 1925.
|Admissions: Brochure 1939||MC2004/210 ||Advertising brochure from 1939. |
|Admissions: Brochure 1955||MC2003/243 ||This Is Manchester College" brochure. |
|Admissions: Brochures||MC2008/158 ||Admissions promotional brochures circa 1991-1992. |
|Admissions: Class Lists 1901 - 1931||MC2009/7 ||Class Lists from 1901 through 1931, handwritten. |
|Admissions: Directions For You||MC2007/163 ||"Directions for You, Your Career, Your Future." circa 1997-1978. |
|Admissions: Enrollment||MC General File ||Manchester College Liberal Arts program 1935-1936 to 1958, Enrollment by Course, Number and percent. |
|Admissions: Enrollment||MC Bulletin ||Enrollment, additional information. |
|Admissions: Enrollment||Oak Leaves ||Enrollment, additional information. |
|Admissions: Enrollment||Photo Box 178 ||Enrollment, additional information. |
|Admissions: Enrollment 1987||MC2008/150 ||Newspaper article 1987 regarding enrollment hike, first hike in half-decade. |
|Admissions: Evaluation Report||MC2003/262 ||Evaluation report. |
|Admissions: Find Your Place ||MC2007/158 |
"Find Your Place," 2007 January.
|Admissions: Flyers||MC2004/281 File #2 |
Flyers from the Admissions Office that were produced by the Office of Printing Services.
|Admissions: Freshman Profile 1976||MC2007/188 ||Profile of Freshman Class matriculating in 1976. |
|Admissions: Freshman Profiles 1966 - 1984||MC2007/204 ||Freshman Class Profiles and Characteristics of Freshmen: Varying Years 1966 - 1984. |
|Admissions: Genuine Opportunities||MC2007/160 ||"Genuine Opportunities," undated, but after 1998. |
|Admissions: High School Recruitment||MC2008/154 ||High School Recruitment. |
|Admissions: High School Recruitment||MC2008/152 ||Admissions: High School Counselor student visit reply card. |
|Admissions: High School Recruitment.||MC2007/205 ||High School Exploration Days and Advertising for New Students. SPLASH Committee. |
|Admissions: High School Recruitment.||MC2004/31 ||High School Day |
|Admissions: Incoming Student Tests||MC2007/212 ||Office of Institutional Research: SAT Scores of Incoming Freshmen, Admissions Committee Rules, Reports and Comparisons for the 1970's and 1980's. |
|Admissions: Incoming Student Tests||MC2007/215 ||Admissions: Statistical Study of Freshmen Entering the College in 1977, SAT Scores, High School Rank and Grade Point Average |
|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: Materials 1989 - 2009||MC2012/85 - Contents Part Two |
A wide assortment of Admissions materials circa the 1980's through 2009/2010.
|Admissions: Newsletter||MC2008/148 ||Admissions Newsletter: "January at Home and Abroad" |
|Admissions: Newsletters, Financial Aid||MC2008/157 ||Admissions and "The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid" Newsletters. |
|Admissions: Postcard||MC2003/82 ||Admissions postcard. |
|Admissions: Postcards||MC2003/93 ||Admissions postcards. |
|Admissions: Postcards||MC2003/81 ||Postcards: "Step Up To Your Future" postcard collection |
|Admissions: Poster||MC2003/321 ||"Celebrate the Future!" Admissions Poster. |
|Admissions: Poster||MC2004/55 ||Admissions Poster 1933 outlining various benefits to a Manchester education . |
|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."
|Admissions: Publicity ||MC2011/12 |
Audio section of a filmstrip entitled, "What is Manchester College?" This could be another copy of MC2011/10.
|Admissions: Reports 1977 - 1983||MC2007/209 ||Admissions: Spring and December Reports 1977 - Spring 1983. |
|Admissions: Reports 1982 - 1984||MC2007/210 ||Admissions: Reports by Week with Comparison of 1982 -1983 vs 1983 -1984 Statistics. |
|Admissions: Reports 1984 - 1986||MC2007/211 ||Admissions: Reports by Week with Comparison of 1985 - 1986 vs. 1984 - 1985 Statistics. |
|Admissions: Reports 1986 - 1987||MC2007/213 ||Admissions: Reports by Week 1986 - 1987 |
|Admissions: Simple Measures||MC2007/159 |
"Simple Measures," undated, but after 1994.
Quotations are taken from students graduating in 1962, 1972, 1978, 1983, 1989, and 1994.
|Admissions: Surveys||MC2007/196 ||The Lost Prospect Survey and The Cancelled Applicant Survey, Summer 1981. |
|Admissions: Surveys||MC2007/206 ||Cancelled and Lost Prospect Surveys: 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 |
|Admissions: Varsity Athletics||MC2008/151 ||Admissions: Varsity Athletics Program circa 1996, featuring highlights in each area.. |
|Advancement||MC2007/12 ||Homecoming preparation for years 1975 through 1994, "M" Association records, alumni nominating committee correspondence, alumni service award information, etc. |
Advancement promotional materials, CD of the Groundbreaking and Dedication of the the Norman and Grace Wine Recital Hall, along with one old "key" that was found on campus.
Three "Stagebills, May 2001" from Carnegie Hall featuring the Manchester College A Cappella Choir.
Manchester College A Cappella Choir and Chamber Singers Concert Tour May 2001 CD .
Manchester College Concert Tour May 2001, CD and CD Master Copy.
"Celebrating the Vision, Manchester College," DVD.
"Celebrating the Vision, Manchester College," Commercial 1 - Adds Up, Commercial 2, - Not Stuffy DVD.
|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: Manchester Fund Appeal, Fall 2012||MU2012/113 ||Copies of Students First! Just like it was for you, that's still how learning happens here. Brochures and flyers for the 2012 Fall Manchester Fund appeal. |
|Advancement: President's Circle||MC2008/83 |
President's Circle, 2006:
- One page history of Manchester College.
- Two invitations to hear the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, The Honorable J. Dennis Hastert.
- Two invitations to "An Evening on Stage," 13 November 2006 given to "The President's Circle."
|Advancement: Assortment ||MU2012/96 ||A variety of materials from the Department of Advancement that was moved to the Archives during office relocations in the Summer of 2012. Alumni Days 2003. |
|Advancement: Fundraising||MC2009/141a-j |
A variety of funds and societies and fundraising events, including The Annual Fund 2008 as well as plans for the Science Center and Union renovation material as part of "the Next Step" campaign. Information for the President's Circle 2008. Stanley J. Gilbert, '66 piano dedication.
|Advancement: Fundraising - March of Progress||MC2002/2o |
March of Progress materials including
First phase information, with final reports, correspondence.
Second phase information, including final reports by Rufus King and J. Wiley Christie .
|Advancement: Miscellaneous||ROSeptemer2012/8 |
- Copies of appeals - Fiscal Year 2010-2011.
- Science Center - Groundbreaking pictures.
- Manchester Ladies Connect.
- History of College - first buildings on campus.
- Schwalm, autographed copy of "My Educational Pilgrimage."
- Otho Winger Society.
- One of a Kind items.
|Advancement: Miscellaneous Materials 2012||MU2013/1a and b |
Miscellanceous materials  from University Advancement; images and events.
|Advancement: President's Newsletters, MC Involvement in Relief and Rehabilitation After World War II||ROSeptember2012/9 |
President's Newsletters from 1991 - 1999.
File Folder: Manchester College Involvement in Relief and Rehabilitation Activities Following World War II (a timeline and details).
|Advancement: The Next Step||MC2007/61 ||"The Next Step" strategy, goals, publicity material and timeline. |
|Advancement: VHS Tape and Other Assortment||ROOctober2012/31 |
VHS tapes and cassette tapes including but not limited to:
- Manchester College Centennial - 1889 - 1989.
- Inauguration of President Parker Marken.
- Seminar progam in Cordier lobby - Heifer Project International. Bill Eberly is included, 30 May 1995.
- Baccalaureate and Commencement 1995.
- Bob Kerry in Vietnam, memories of a massacre in 1969.
- Ken Brown in office.
- Alumni experiences, 1941.
- The Next Step - A campaign to strengthen Manchester College toward the next century," kickoff - David Heist, Parker Marden.
- "Step Up To The Future."
- Laminated poster - "Little Known Office of College Advancement Facts."
|Advancement: Weaver, Welcome||MC2008/10 |
Welcome Weaver, Manchester College alumnus, Class of 193.
Welcome Weaver: President's Club program celebrating Welcome Weaver, his family, and Weaver Popcorn.
|Advancemrnt: Fundraising - March of Progress, circa 1955||MC2002/2y |
Correspondence with Marts and Lundy, financial consultants for the March of Progress.
|Affirmative Action||MC2004/42 ||Affirmative action program document, 1975. |
|Africa: Audio Presentation by Unknown Speaker||MC2011/11 |
A presentation on the political history of Africa given by an unidentified speaker.
|African American Presenters on Campus||MCGeneral File: African American ||List of African American leaders and individuals who have spoken or performed on campus. |
|African Art Collection: Photographic Record||MC2010/81 ||A partial photographic inventory of the Manchester College African Art Collection. that is currently stored in Holl-Kintner. Other images are found in the file, African Art and Museum Photo Record by J. Wine, located on the Archives, Scanned Images Drive. Even these photo records do not document the entire collection. There are frightening wooden masks with moveable jaws that have not been photographed. Time ran out before a complete documentation could be made. |
|African-American||MC2007/88 ||Department of Higher Education at Indiana University "Study of the Impact of Increased Black Enrollments," 1968. A questionnaire to Manchester College. |
|Albaugh, H. P.||MC2002/104c ||Photo and description of presidency. Copy of newspaper article describing career following service at Manchester College. |
|Alexander Mack: Genealogical Information||BC2004/21 |
Alexander Mack Genealogical information.
|Alford, Steve||MC2009/71-SP:Sports ||Steve Alford posters. |
|Alford, Steve: Poster, Friendly Spoof ||MC2009/71-SP:Sports ||Posters: Spoofs on Steve Alford. See MC2009/71 File Folder MC2009/71-SP:Sports, then MC2009/71-SP,alfordspoof and MC2009/71-SP,alfordspoof2. |
|Alspach, Catherine: Diploma||MC2004/347 |
Catherine Alspach Bachelor of Arts Diploma.
|Alumni Association ||MC2010/31 ||Secretary of Alumni Records, Mrs. J. Raymond Schutz, correspondence. |
|Alumni Association ||MC2008/26 ||Alumni Register October 26, 1929 - October 28, 1961. |
|Alumni Association||MC2010/51 ||Office of Alumni Administration: AAFRO House / Intercultural Center Reunion, during Manchester College Homecoming, October, 2009, invitation card. |
|Alumni Association: Events||MC2009/152 |
This collection includes but is not limited to:
- Program for "Manchester College Spartan Soccer, Alive in '95."
- Reunion: Class of 1941, activities and "Test Your Memory," quiz (with answers).
- "Golden Anniversary, 1927-1977, 'The Mini-Aurora."
- 1990 Centennial Celebration.
Cluster Reunion, May 17-19, 1991. Theme: "It Happened On Our Watch..."
1991, Set-up Needs for May 1991 Alumni Day "Weekend."
Invitation for Homecoming and Family Weekend 2008.
Brochure, "Alumni Connections for Life, Alumni Days, June 3-4, 2009."
|Alumni Association: Events||Large Box 18: Alumni Events ||Alumni events and activities; trips, socials, meetings (unorganized). |
|Alumni Association: Photographs||MC2004/133 |
Special Events Photograph Collection
|Alumni Authors: Publications||MU2012/58a, a1, b ||News releases, newspaper articles, resumes, announcing publications written by Manchester University alumni - as well as actual publications or businesses/careers associated with alumni of the University. |
|Alumni Days and Alumni Reunions||MC2002/9 ||Alumni Association Records. |
|Alumni Days and Alumni Reunions ||MC2008/40 ||"March of the Years," production. |
|Alumni Days: 2003 Photographs||MU2012/97 ||Photographs from Alumni Days, May 2003 with identification of many classes and alumni. |
|Alumni Days: May 2003, Contact Sheets||MU2012/92 ||Contact sheets of Alumni Days 29 and 30 May 2003, including alumni award recipients. |
|Alumni Reunion and Expression Class: Photographs||MC2009/63a,b,c,d |
Reunion 1907 and 1908 with picnic tables laid out on campus.
Group photo taken in the Summer of 1907.
Expression Class photo circa 1907. MC 2003/35 #58 showing the Elocution Class expressing, "Supplication, 1907," with Professor Andrew Daniel Ward.
|Alumni, Academy||MC General File: Academy Alumni |
Willkie, Edward, 1914 graduate of the Academy and 1920 U.S. Olympic Wrestler.
See also: Pictures of Edward are in the 1912 (Academy Sophomore), 1913 (Academy Junior), 1914 (Academy Senior) Manchester College yearbooks
|Alumni: Memorial Service 31 May 2012||MU2012/30 |
A memorial is held on an annual basis to remember alumni of Manchester University who have died during the year. This is a video of the service held on 31 May 2012.
|Alumni: Photographs ||MC2004/121 |
Alumni Photograph Collection including
|American Association of University Professors ||MC2002/13 |
American Association of University Professors Records
See also: Oak Leaves 1 October 1969 p.1
|American Chemical Society||MC2002/14 |
American Chemical Society records.
|Americans with Disabilities Act||MC2004/177 |
Americans with Disabilities Act compliance materials.
|Amnesty International||MC2002/15 |
Amnesty International newspaper clippings.
See also: Amnesty International's webdsite.
|Angelou, Maya: Convocation||Convocation Tape #117A: Angelou, Maya |
18 February 1982 recording of Maya Angelou speaking at Manchester College.
See Also: Photograph of Maya Angelou with President A. Blair and Patricia Helman.
|Anniversay Tape with ||MC2011/13 ||90th Anniversary Tape of Manchester College with interviews of professors and individuals with long-time association with the school in which the present is placed against the history of the past. |
|Architectural Plans||Vault: Architectural Plans ||Contact Archives Office to view architectural plans for many buildings on campus. |
|Architectural Styles||MC2007/176 ||Copy of descriptions and illustrations of architectural styles. |
|Arnold, Patricia||MC General File: Faculty, New ||From the fact sheet, Manchester College New Faculty 1986 Patricia Arnold will teach English composition. She has degrees from Marillac College and Purdue University. She has taught in junior and senior high schools, most recently in Southwood High School. |
|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.
|Arthur, Thomas: Future Shock from a Black Perspective, Convocation #21||Convocation #21: Thomas, Arthur, 1976 ||Dr. Arthur Thomas speaks on the topic of "Future Shock from a Black Perspective," 4 March 1976. |
|Artist Lecture Series and Performing Artists: Posters||MC2009/71 File FolderMC2009/71-PEV: Performances and Events ||Posters for Artist Lecture Series and other performing artists, including: Janie Fricke, The Original Comedy Rangers, Joseph Helfrich, Steven Dietz, Strider, Stan Kenton and His Orchestra, Tanglefoot, Big Twist and the Mellow Fellows, Marty McCall and Fireworks, LP The Band, The Troubadours, Prime TIme, Glynn Hines, OREON, the Mantovani Orchestra, and Dr. Sharon Crain, author of "Taking Stock: A Woman's Guide to Corporate Success." This is part of a large collection. See MC2009/71 File FolderMC2009/71-PEV: Performances and Events |
|Artist Lecture Series and Public Programs||MC2010/149 |
Miscellaneous items dealing with Public Programs and the Artist Lecture Series:
Listing of Fall-Winter Events at Manchester College invitation postcard. (undated), including Artist/Lecture Series, Foreign/Classic Film Series, Faculty Recitals, Plays and Concerts.
Listing of Winter-Spring Events at Manchester College, 1979 invitation postcard, including Artist/Lecture Series, Foreign/Classic Film Series, Faculty Recitals, Plays and Concerts.
Listing of Spring Events at Manchester College 1977 - 1978 invitation postcard, including Artist/Lecture Series, Foreign/Classic Film Series, Faculty Recitals, Plays and Concerts.
Poster/flyer/mailer for the Public Program and Cinema Series. 1994-1995.
Program and Libretto of a concert by the Russian Cossack Chorus, Sergei Socoloff, Director, (undated).
|Artist Lecture Series: Lugar, U. S. Senator||MC2008/87 |
Lugar, U. S. Senator: Contact sheets and photograph of U.S. Senator Lugar's lecture on campus during the 1983-84 Artist/Lecture series.
One photo of Senator Lugar with a group signed, "With appreciation to Jim Leachman, December 4, 1982."
- One photo of Senator Lugar.
|Artist Lecture Series: Nader, Ralph||MC2008/131 |
Nader, Ralph: Photo, from 10 October 1968 Artist/Lecture Series.
|Artist Lecture Series: Seating Documentation||MC2007/51 ||Seating Documentation and performance listings for Artist Lecture Series circa 1982 through April 1990. One seating chart, undated. One 12 November 1988 payment receipt to the Joseph Holmes Dance Theatre. |
|Artist Lecture Series: Welch, Rosa Page, Photograph||MC2008/141Welch |
Welch, Rosa Page: Photograph with Don Royer and Mrs. Schwalm.
|Associate Degree||MC2002/5 ||Associate Degree: Proposals and admissions material for the Associate's degree program. |
|Associate Degree||MC2004/25 ||Associate Degree: Church Ministry AA (Associate's) degree. |
|Associated Colleges of Indiana||MC2004/313 |
Correspondence, photograph, statement against Universal Military Training.
Resolution from Indiana Conference of Higher Education stating its recommendation against universal military training.
Photograph: A. Blair Helman receiving keys to station wagon from Chrysler plant manager, now in photograph file folder MC2007/145.
|Assorted Pictures of Buildings, College Campus, Ceremonies, Students, May Day: Photographs||MC2010/14 |
A wide range of photographs of buildings, students, faculty and staff from the 1960's and 1970's. See the complete listing by linking to the accession page.
|Athletic Department||MC General File: Black and Gold ||Black and Gold - the history behind the colors. |
|Athletic Department||MC General File: SHAPE ||SHAPE. Sport, Health, and Physical Education Club. |
|Athletic Department||MC2007/65 ||Athletics Department Timeline 1900 - 1961. |
|Athletic Department||MC2007/5 ||Manchester College 100 Years of Athletics, September 22, 2004. |
|Athletic Department||MC2003/121 ||Athletics History: Three documents from Winger's tenure as president. |
|Athletic Department, Groombridge Clipping's Book||MC2008/147 ||Lana Groombridge's clippings book covering the history of the Health and Physical Education program at Manchester College from 1993 through 2006. |
|Athletic Department: Photographs||Photograph Box 24 |
Photographs of Athletics, Physical Culture and Physical Education spanning 1915 - 1995 [approximate dates].
|Athletic Training||MC2004/281, File #4 |
The file on AthleticTraining is part of the Office of Printing Services Collection, a collection of 44 files located in Large Box 159.
See Also: Education/Professional Programs Division, Accreditation
|Athletics: Certificate of Appreciation||MC2004/675 |
Manchester College Athletes Certificate of Appreciation:
Award from WFYI TV, dated 1993.
|Athletics: Football Images||MU2012/2a - Folder #6 ||Football images with contact sheet dated 08 31 96 A [31 August 1996). |
|Athletics: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/2a - Folder #1 |
|Soccer - including but not limited to Cheri Rieman circa 1996. Also pictures of David Harms, fans in the sidelines, Women's Volleylball, and Tennis circa 2000?|
|Athletics: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/6 - Folder #1 |
|Women's and Men's Cross Country photographs.
|These might have been taken in different years?
||Amy Cook - Freshman
||Tyson Dean - Senior
|Athletics: Wrestling Images||MU2012/2b - Folder #1 |
Photographs of Wrestling.
|Auburn Golf Outing||MU2013/38 a,b ||The history of the Auburn Golf Outing and the impact this fundraiser has had upon Manchester students. Created by Sound Productions, 2002, Warsaw, Indiana. All Rights Reserved. |
|Audio Recording: Men's Discussion Group, Debate Group, Radio Program||MC2011/52 |
Section One - Male Student Discussion:
The recording begins with some type of discussion group. The facilitator initiates conversation and the talk is of joining the military and of sports.
Section Two - Presentations
Female students present viewpoints about the middle east, Nassar and the Arab Nations, and the Suez Canal.
Section Three - Radio Program - WJR the Goodwill Station, with the announcer, Johnny Russell
|Augsburger, David: Speaker||MC2011/84a,b |
The reel-to-reel tape box is labeled "Augsburger," 1/18/1979. Sometimes the label on the box does not match the presentation, and since the speaker on the tape was not introduced, it is impossible for the Archivist to verify the identity of the speaker. The speaker talks about multiple binds and double binds.
A second box [MC2011/84b] is labeled "110 ft. more of Augsburger 1-18-79" and it is the same individual. This is rather certainly two tapes by the speaker David Augsburger.
|Aungst, Ronald||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Aungst, Ronald ||Material related to Ronald Aungst, Speech and Drama. |
|Aungst, Ronald||MC2008/70 |
- Four photos of Dr. Ronald Aungst.
- Brief biography by Jeri Kornegay.
|Aurora Financial Records||Aurora: Information |
For 1934 - 1937 .Aurora Financial Records see MC2007/137.
For Aurora Budget Records see MC2002/19.
For Aurora, see also: Oak Leaves 29 September 1960 p.1; 16 April 1964 p.2; 23 April 1964 p.1; 30 April 1964 p.1; 13 May 1965 p.1; 9 May 1991, p.1.
|Aurora, 1920 and Centennial Calendar||MC2008/193 ||Centennial calender 1889 - 1989 and Aurora from 1920 with a Brief Centenery History of Manchester College by V. F. Schwalm, A. M., Dean of College of Liberal Arts.|
|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, Student Volunteers, 1926||MC2008/182 ||The Student Volunteers, Aurora 1926|
|Aurora: Cunningham, Ruth, Aurora, 1929||MC2008/189 and MC2008/191a, b ||Mary Wilsted Collection, Cunningham Books: Aurora, 1929 and 1930, The En-Em Yearbook, 1925 North Manchester High School). |
|Aurora: Nolt, Melville, Auroras, Various Years||MC2007/23 ||Aurora, Student, Melville T. Nolt. Personal copies embossed and autographed. |
|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, 1984 Edition||MC2004/439 ||Aurora photographs for the1984 edition. |
|Aurora: Photographs, 1989 Edition ||MC2004/414 ||Aurora photographs for the 1989 edition. |
|Aurora: Photographs, 1990 Edition||MC2004/718 ||Aurora photographs for the1990 edition. |
|Aurora: Photographs, 1992||MC2004/420 ||A variety of photographs of students taken for the Aurora of 1992. Many photographs are labeled. |
|Aurora: Photographs, 1993 Edition||MC2004/719 ||Aurora photographs for the1993 edition. |
|B.S.C.M. (Brethren Student Christian Movement)||B.S.C.M.: Information |
B.S.C.M. (Brethren Student Christian Movement):
See: Religious Activities; Oak Leaves 17 September 1964 p.1; 19 November 1964 p.1; 10 December 1964 p.3
|Baccalaureate 1987: Robinson, President Dr.||Baccalaureate Tape 1987: President Robinson Sermon ||President Robinson delivers the baccalaureate address on 24 May 1987. |
|Baccalaureate 1988: Robinson, President||Baccalaureate Tape 1988: Robinson, President ||Manchester College President, Dr. Robinson, delivers the 1988 Baccalaureate address. |
|Baccalaureate 1989: Robinson, President||Baccalaureate Tape 1989: Robinson, President |
Manchester College President, Dr. Robinson, presents the 21 May 1989 Baccalaureate address.
|Baccalaureate and Commencement 1986: Dr. Durnbaugh, President Helman||Baccalaureate and Commencement 1986: Durnbaugh and Helman ||Baccalaureate Address 25 May 1986 given by Dr. Donald F. Durnbaugh and Commencement Address delivered by President A. Blair Helman 25 May 1986. |
|Baccalaureate and Commencement: Activities 1938 ||MC2012/38 |
Invitation to Alumni Day and Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises May 1938.
Handwritten notes on verso describing elements and costs of building a house. Quite interesting.
|Baldwin, Ferne||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Baldwin, Ferne |
Material related to A. Ferne Baldwin who was a Manchester College Professor of Social Work and Sociology and History from 1969 - 1989, and also served as Sociology Department Head.
|Baldwin, Ferne A.: Memorabilia||MC2009/23 |
Pictures and memorabilia of Ferne Baldwin.
|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.
|Baldwin, Ferne: Collection of Archivist Emerita||ROBaldwinBox2012/21 ||A collection assembled by Archivist Emerita, Ferne Baldwin, including: Photographs, publications, newspaper clippings, etc. This box has been somewhat placed in alphabetical order. SOme topics are Accreditation, Admissions, Alumni, Buildings, Christmas ....and topics continuing through FYC. |
|Baldwin, James: A Cappella Choir, 1977, Convocation #34||Convocation #34: Baldwin, A Cappella Choir, 1977 ||Dr. James Baldwin and the A Cappella Choir, 21 March 1977. |
|Baldwin, John: Artist/Lecture Series, Photographs||MC2009/29 ||Artist/Lecture Series 7 March 1989, photos of the artist John Baldwin in his Athens studio and sculpture displayed in Cordier Auditorium. |
|Baldwin, John: Winged Scroll||MC General File: Baldwin, John, Winged Scroll |
John Baldwin, artist of "The Winged Scroll." File includes printed explanation of the artwork as well as information about the artist.
|Bales, John||Faculty/Staff ||Social Sciences, Economics and Business. |
|Ball, Arden and Camp Mack||MC2009/116 |
Newspaper article about Camp Mack with a large spotlight on Manchester College alumnus, Arden Ball.
|Ball, Arden: Camp Mack||MC General File: Campus Plan, Improvement Articles |
Newspaper article about Executive Director, Arden Ball and improvements to the camp.
|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. |
|Banjo, Cow, Fiddle Recording||MC2011/82 ||Recording of banjo, fiddle and cow, possibly for use by the radio station. |
|Barnhart, Richard: Aurora Collection||MU2012/71 ||Autographed Auroras belonging to Richard Barnhart and also to Corp. and Mrs. Richard Barnhart. |
|Baseball and Basketball: Miscellaneous||Small Box 76 |
Baseball - Miscellaneous articles, facts and figures.
- "History of Basketball at Manchester College," by Richard Smith 3 December 1969.
Poster: "Manchester College says Thanks!" - Ed Butterbaugh, President and Steve Alford, Head Coach.
College Basketball Register Project.
Basketball Scorebook Season of 1927 - 1928.
Basket Ball Schedule 1931 - 1932.
December 1954 Souvenir Program - Hoosier College Conference Champions 1954, Manchester Spartans vs Huntington Forresters.
Manchester Spartans vs Taylor Trojans, 11 January 1955 Souvenir Basketball Program featuring the Manchester College Band.
DePaul vs Manchester College program with De Paul Univ. Varsity Schedule 1955 - 1956.
Manchester College Men's Basketball 1992 - 1993 with Head Coach, Steve Alford, Souvenir Program.
1994 - 1995 ICAC Champions, Manchester College Basketball Sourvenir Program.
- Manchester College Spartans vs Illinois Wesleyan University Titans, 20th Anniversary NCAA Basketball Championship, NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Second Round Game, 5 March 1994 program.
- Unidentified basketball photos.
- Basketball photo (identified) 1939 - 1940.
|Basketball, Men's, Players, Coaches, 1988 - 1992: Photographs ||MC2009/58a,b ||Basketball photographs of players and coaches, including contact sheets of players and Steve Alford circa 1988 through 1992. |
|Basketball, Men's: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/2a - Folder #5 |
Pictures of Men's Basketball circa 1995 - 1996 - 1997. Invitation Camp 1995 - 1996 - 1997 and other basketball photographs (undated).
|Basketball, Men's: 1969 Basketball Tour in Ecuador||MC2010/178 ||Newspaper articles about the Manchester College 1968 Basketball Tour in Ecuador. |
|Basketball, Men's: Earl E. Lichtenwalter Photograph Collection||MC2004/3 |
|1||6 x 8||7 male students wearing turtlenecks and quilted knickers. One man wearing three-piece suit. Basketball in front is labeled "M.C. '03-'04 B.B."||Labeled on back: Wm. Grinner, A.M. Lautz, sub., W. Burrous, sub., E.E. Dessenberg, manager, Joe Cunningham, E.E. Lichtenwalter, Roy Dilling, Willie Hollinger. Basket-Ball Team N. Manchester, Ind. 1903-1904.|
|Basketball, Men's: Photographs||MC2007/225 |
Men's Basketball Photos - Contact sheets and individual portraits, snapshots and trips. Many identifide students and coaches. Significant Moments: Receipt of trophy, 1993-94. Tourney Champs 1993. Team photo 1994-1995. Team photo 1976-1977.
|Basketball, Women's 1983 - 1984: Photographs ||File Folder #1 |
1983 - 1984 Women's Basketball photographs:
- Team photograph
- Court Shots
- Jill Corey #30 (possible picture of Jill in action)
|Basketball, Women's 1992: Photographs||File Folder #15 ||1992 Women's Basketball photographs of huddle and action on the court. |
|Basketball, Women's 1993 - 1994 - 1995: Photographs||File Folder #17 |
Circa 1993 - 1994 and 1994 - 1995 Women's Basketball photographs, including:
Kellin Underwood, 1993 "Aurora" action shot on court.
|Basketball, Women's 1993: Photographs||File Folder #16 |
Circa 1993 Women's Basketball photographs of players and coach - some images are identified.
|Basketball, Women's Teams of Many Years: Photographs||Photo Box 4a, File Folder #2 |
Photographs: Women's Basketball Team Photographs
- Old Basketball photos and photo reproductions circa the 1920's, 1950's, 1940 coed Athletics.
- Scott McAlpine 1993 series of team photos.
- 1978 -1979 through 1981 - 1982 team photos.
- 1985-1986, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1993 team pictures.
- Other team photographs from - mystery years?
|Basketball, Women's: History at Manchester College||Small Box 76: Women's Basketball |
"A History of Women's Basketball at Manchester College," by Tricia L. Floyd, July, 1995.
Basketball: Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) first ever conference tournament title for MC women's basketball, 25 February 2006, piece of the net.
|Basketball, Women's: Photographs||Photo Box 4b |
Women's Basketball: Unidentified photographs, negatives, contact sheets.
Hall of Fame: Photographs of Jill Corey, Jan Smaltz, Melissa Miller,
|Basketball, Women's: Photographs||File Folder #18 |
Women's Basketball photographs including 1986 - 1987 as well as other years. Many players are identified.
|Basketball, Women's: Photographs||File Folder #19 |
Women's Basketball photographs. Many individuals are indentified in this collection. Photographs include Summer Camps 1975 - 1976.
|Basketball, Women's: Photographs||Photo Box 4c |
1983 - 1984 Women's Basketball photographs - including team photograph, court shots and Jill Corey #30.
|Basketball, Women's: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/2a - Folder #4 |
|Women's Basketball pictures - with Nickey Bailey and Jenny Sipe.|
|Basketball: Photographs, Oak Leaves and Aurora||MU2012/48 |
Oak Leaves or Aurora pictures.
NCAA Championship images. Steve Alford. Other miscellaneous basketball pictures from a variety of years.
|Basketball: The Alford Experience, NCAA Basketball, 1995 ||MC2012/26 |
Newspaper articles and memorabilia about Manchester College's participation in the NCAA 1995 Division III men's basketball tournament coached by Steve Alford to a 31-1 record and the national championship game.
|Basketball: Video, NCAA Division 3, 1994 and 1995||MU2012/101 a |
VHS tape and DVD: Inside - Behind the Scenes with a National Contender - Manchester College Spartans - NCAA Division 3 - 1994 and 1995. Baseline Productions, a Jeff Shafer and Rob Nichols video production.
|Batzka, Professor Stephen: representational and Nonrepresentational Art||MC2011/105 ||Professor Stephen Batzka gives a presentation on "Representational and Nonrepresentational Art." |
|BCA House||Information: BCA House |
See Intercultural Center; Winger Hall, Ida.
|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.
|Beaty Gift: Messiah, Aurora, Schwalm Inauguration||MC2008/76 |
1. MC2008/76 a: One "Oak Leaves" including article regarding the 1941 production of Handel's Messiah.
2. MC2008/76 b: One 1920 Aurora.
3. MC2008/76 c: One "Manchester Bulletin, Inauguration Number," Vol. 32, No. 201, November 1941, with the headline, "Dr. Schwalm Installed as President."
|Beery, John||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Beery, John W. ||"In Concert" Magazine article written by John Beery with photograph of Manchester College students by Scott McAlpine. Title: "Your Future Music." |
|Benjamin, Marcia||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Benjamin, Marcia |
Material related to Marcia Benjamin.
Marcia Benjamin died 24 November 2010. Her Manchester College obituary is located in Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Benjamin.
|Berrigan, Philp and McAlister, Elizabeth||MC2007/45 |
Speeches by Philip Berrigan and Elizabeth McAlister, and photograph taken in Petersime Chapel .
One Manchester College, "Bulletin of the Peace Studies Institute," August, 1976, Vol. 6, No. 2. containing adapted reprints of Liz and Phils' speeches given at Manchester College and Goshen College.
One magazine, "The Holy Cross Quarterly," Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1971 covering the convictions of blood brothers, Dan and Phil Berrigan.
|Bethany Theological Seminary||MC2008/38 |
Bethany Seminary feature in Manchester College Bulletin, circa 1921.
|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.
|Bible Society: Minutes 1902-1905, 1907-1912, 1916-1919||MC2009/133a,b,c |
MC2009/133a: Bible Society Minutes, 31 March 1902 - 24 March 1905.
MC2009/133a: Copies of the Constitution and By-Laws revised 1915.
MC2009/133a Mission Program - program notes and speakers.
MC2009/133b: Bible Society Minutes, 21 April 1916 - 19 May 1919.
MC2009/133c: Bible Society Minutes, 25 October 1907 - 12 April 1912.
|Bible Society: Records and Minutes||MC2003/4 |
Bible Society Files:
1. Attendance records 1916-1918; constitution and by-laws of 1899, 1901, 1913, 1915, and 1920.
2. Minutes 1896-1899.
3. Record book - Minutes for the Bible Society beginning 10 May 1912 - 14 April 1916.
|Bible Term||MC2004/685 ||Special Bible Term brochure 1905. "Filled to the Brim With Good Things. A Large Attendance Expected." |
|Bill Eberly Collection: Church of the Brethren Materials||BC2011/25a-y |
See the accession page for a complete listing of this collection that deals with Indiana church history, Brethren meetings and annual conferences, sunday school materials and publications, images of Schreisheim, Germany (birthplace of Alexander Mack), Church of the Brethren anniversary materials, Brethren Service in Puerto Rico, Nathan Leopold, West Manchester Church of the Brethren and much more.
|Bill Eberly Collection: Manchester College||MC2011/221 |
Materials related to Manchester College including the diploma of Bill's father, John Eberly, Class of 1929.
|Biology Class, Early Classroom Scene: Photograph||MC2010/162 ||One photograph, probably taken between 1900 and 1920, of male students sitting around tables with books, looking through microscopes. |
|Biology Classroom 1894: Photograph||MC2011/225 |
A photograph of Biology Class circa 1894 at Manchester College.
|Bishop, James||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Bishop, C. James ||Material related to C. James Bishop, Social Sciences, History and Political Science. |
|Black and Gold||MC General File: Black and Gold ||History behind the colors of MC athletic teams. |
|Black History Month/Week||MC General File: Black History ||Program for February 1990. |
|Black History Month/Week||MC2009/71 |
- 1985 Black History Month calendar.
- 1980 "Together We Can Make It: Tell It, Black History Week," featuring Dr. Roger Pulliam, Assistant Professor University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, Mr. Halisi Shauri, Director, Project Upward Bound, Northwestern University, Dr. A. D. Pickney, President, Indiana State Chapter of the NAACP.
- 1990 Black History Month calendar (MC2009/71-E,d4)
- 1992 Black History Month calendar (MC2009/71-E,d,3).
- 1993 Black History Month calendar (MC2009/71-E,d,2).
See MC2009/71 File Folder MC2009/71-E: Events on Campus.
|Black Student Union ||Black Student Union: Information |
The Aurora Photograph Collection 2001, MC20024/408, has an image of the Black Student Union. It is located on pg. 65 of the 2001 Aurora and is image #69 in the CD/photo collection.
|Blocher, Joe||MC General File: Faculty, New, Blocher, Joe ||From the fact sheet, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Joe Blocher will teach experimental psychology. His degrees are from Manchester College and New Mexico State University. He has taught in several universities and currently is a therapist at the Community Counseling Center in Fort Wayne. |
|Blue Stocking: Underground Publications||MC2002/157 |
Blue Stocking: This newsletter contains articles, poetry, essays, and artwork regarding women's issues.
|Board of Trustees||Vault: Board of Trustees ||Schedule and agenda by meeting by year, see location in Vault. |
|Board of Trustees: Personal Information||MC2010/140 |
Personal information about individuals on the Board of Trustees.
|Board of Trustees: Changes for 2013||MU2013/3 ||Changes made to the structure of the Board of Trustees during 2012 with implementation 1 January 2013. |
|Board of Trustees: List Last Edited 2005||Trustee List ||List of trustees and years of service. Last edited 2005. |
|Board of Trustees: Photograph Collection||MC2003/43 |
Board of Trustees photograph collection.
|Board of Trustees: Photograph, 1993||MC2003/37 ||Photograph taken by Scott McAlpine in October 1993. Old Oakwood in background. Trustees, including President Robinson, are posed on sidewalk. List of names is included. |
|Board of Trustees: Photographs||MC2007/59 |
Photographs Manchester College Board of Trustees 2003 and 2003 MC Trustees who grew up in the vicinity of North Manchester.
|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.
|Bond, Julian||MC2008/126 |
One photograph of Georgia state legislator,Julian Bond, when he was on campus.
See Also: Oak Leaves, April 11, 1972.
|Book of Memory||MC General File: Book of Memory ||Correspondence regarding the history of the Book of Memory and suggestions as to how additions to the memorial might be shared with the public. |
|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.
|Bookstore Financial Records||MC2007/137 ||Bookstore account ledgers from 1935-1937, 1937 - 1938, 1943 - 1944, 1947 - 1948. See MC2007/137. |
|Botany Notebook: Cottrell, D. Owen||MC2011/114 |
Student, D. Owen Cottrell received a B.A. from Manchester College in 1903. This is his notebook on Botany Lectures for Winter Term 1898 - 1999 and Spring Term 1899, with notes beginning 7 December 1898. The notebook is illustrated nicely. Though over 120 years old…the paper is supple and has been well preserved.
|Bowser, Anna Maude||MC2009/43 ||Bowser, Anna Maude: A history about the family and life of Anna Maude Bowser 1877 - 1951. |
|Boy Scouts: Photographs||MC2011/121 |
Photographs of boy scouts and scouting activities.
|Boyle, Janet||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Boyle, Janet ||Material related to Janet Boyle: Practical Arts and Letters, Education |
|Brannan, Rodger||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Brannan, Rodger ||Material related to Rodger Brannan, Social Sciences, Economics and Business. |
General "Breakaway" information.
|Brethren Colleges Abroad||Large Box 25 |
Assorted materials about Brethren Colleges Abroad including historical information and compositions.
|Brethren Colleges Abroad Admissions Materials||MC2002/290 |
1998-99 Itineraries for Xalapa, Strasbourg, Nancy, Sapporo, Quito, Marburg, Dalian, Cochin, Cheltenham, Athens.
Admissions booklet "Brethren Colleges Abroad 35 Years of International Studies."
Poster "Study Abroad with BCA"
Application for Academic Year and One-Semester Programs
Sample letters to prospective BCA students from Allen C. Deeter, dated March and September 1996.
|Brethren Colleges Abroad Correspondence||MC2004/731: BCA |
Proposal and reports Correspondence.
File 1: 1983-99.
|Brethren Colleges Abroad Records||MC2002/2 |
Brethren College Abroad material.
See also: MC2002/290; also Oak Leaves 27 September 1967, p.2; 11 October 1967; 10 January 1968, p.4; 3 April 1968, p.3; 8 May 1968, p.1; 15 May 1968, p.5.
|Brethren Colleges Abroad: A Blair Helman Papers||MC2004/295 |
|1||1961/62-1966/67, includes document entitled, "A Proposal for an Undergraduate Study Abroad program to be Undertaken Cooperatively by the Six Church of the Brethren Colleges."|
|5||Special Report, 1979|
|Brethren Historical Collection, Museum, Archives and African Art Collection||MC2011/133 ||The papers pertaining to the creation of the campus Museum, the Brethren Historical Collection, the African Art Collection, and the Archives, including the move of the Museum to the North Manchester Center for History. |
|Brethren: Historical Research||COB General File: Research |
One pamphlet, "Guide to Research in Brethren History," Compiled by Donald Durnbaugh through the Church of the Brethren Historical Committee, 1968.
It lists resources and sources for studying brethren history and gives the locations of various repositories of brethren collections.
|Brittain, Robert||MC General File: Faculty, New, Brittain, Robert ||From the fact sheet, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Robert Brittain will teach argumentation. His degrees are from Indiana University. He has taught English and directed forensics at Columbia City Joint High School. |
|Buck Family Photograph Collection||MC2007/40 ||Photographs and memorabilia from the Buck family. Also included is information about Calvin Ulrey and his wife, Miriam. |
|Buckeye Sprouts, Clubs, Organizations, Groups||MC2003/364 |
Buckeye Sprouts Postcard.
|Buildings and Property: Manchester College||MC General File: Buildings |
Information about buildings and property related to Manchester College, Including Lot Numbers 16, 18 and 21 College Addition and residences of College personnel:
Dates of construction of various buildings on campus and pieces of trivia, such as, "First washer and dryer."
|Buildings List ||Buildings List ||This is a somewhat dated list of building on campus but it shares some pertinent information. |
|Buildings: Communications Center Plans for Remodeling||MU2013/19 ||Plans for renovating the old library building into the Communications Building. |
|Buildings: Cordier Auditorium||MC2003/14 |
Cordier Auditorium: Contact sheet with 17 shots of Cordier groundbreaking, including shots of Blair Helman, Rowan Daggett, and others.
|Buildings: Cordier Auditorium Postcards||MC2003/87 ||Cordier Auditorium postcard with color photograph of Cordier Auditorium, labeled, "... The Cordier Auditorium, named for Andrew W. Cordier, was completed in 1978 and has a seating capacity of 1,300 in continental style. The facility includes a 45-rank pipe organ, elevator orchestra pit and a large dividable meeting room." |
|Buildings: Financial Records, A. Blair Helman Papers (MC2002/2) ||MC2002/2s ||
Housing and Home Finance records.
|Buildings: Fountain||MC2004/581 ||Photo of fountain by Lloyd Hoff with note to Mrs. Ulrey. |
|Buildings: Gardner Hall||MC2004/419 |
Gardner Hall Photograph Collection.
|Buildings: General Information||MC2002/31 |
General Information about campus buildings, dedications, histories, renovations, names.
Additional information about buildings might also be found in 1 File/Large box 158 - Campaigns.
|Buildings: Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden||MC2007/179a and b |
Gladdys Muir Peace House and Garden: Background, fundraising, architectural plans.
|Buildings: Health Center Photograph||MC2004/424 ||Photograph of the Health Center, which later became the Student Activities Center. Photo dated 1978-79. |
|Buildings: Information||MC2002/31 |
Information about many campus buildings, dedications, histories, renovations, and names.
|Buildings: Information About Campus Buildings||MC2002/31 |
General Information about campus buildings, dedications, histories, renovations and names.
|Buildings: Oakwood Hall Rehabilitation Contractor Proposals||MU2013/17 ||Contractor proposals and bids for the general contruction/rehabilitation of Oakwood Hall, 1964. |
|Buildings: Oakwood Hall, Drawing||MC2009/101 ||Drawing of Oakwood Hall by L. Lounsbury (or I, Iounsbury). |
|Buildings: Original Gymnasium Photographs||MC2004/423 |
Original Gymnasium Photograph Collection. This structure was the primary center of athletic and physical education activities until 1926.
|Buildings: Schwalm Hall Bids and Plans||MU2013/23 ||Bids for the construction of Schwalm Hall including a Master Plan of Campus - Plan of Campus Development, 1958. |
|Burke, Eldon||Faculty/Staff: Burke, Eldon ||Material related to Eldon Burke. |
|Burke, Eldon: James T. Westwood writes a biography of Burke||MC2010/189 |
James T. Westwood Collection, Part Two, a biography of Dr. Eldon Burke written by James T. Westwood, B.A. (History) Manchester College 1962, along with a revision submitted in 2012.
|Burke, Eldon: James T. Westwood Collection||MC2010/74 |
James T. Westwood Collection:
- Biographical materials about Professor Eldon Burke and William Schuhle with a large caricature of Burke drawn by Schuhle.
- "Bibliography for the Study of World History," with a supplementary bibliography on "The Russian Revolutions and the Soviet Regime," compiled by Dr. Eldon R. Burke, Ph. D.
|Burke, Eldon: Photograph||MC2007/42 ||Eldon Burke Collection (Part A), photograph of himself and colleagues, 1922 Commencement Exercises. |
|Business Office||MC2003/144 ||Business Office: Financial statements, 1922-33 |
|Buzzard, Roger||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Buzzard, Roger ||Material related to Roger Buzzard, Social Sciences, Economics and Business. |
|C #289A: Coffin, Dr. Wm. Sloane||Convocation Tape #289A ||Dr. William Sloane Coffin gives the "Faith Centennial Lecture" on 5 March 1989. |
|Cahalan, Patricia||Manchester College General File: Faculty, New: Cahalan, Patricia ||From the fact sheet, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Patricia Cahalan will be Choral Music Conductor and teach music courses. Her degrees are from St. Mary's College, Notre Dame and Indiana University, Blooomington and she is completing her doctorate at University of Iowa. She has teaching and conducting experience in public schools and at the collegiate level. |
|Calderon, Rene: Photograph, 1963||MC2008/136 ||Photograph of international students including alumnus, Rene Calderon. |
|Caldwell, Carl||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Caldwell, Carl ||Material related to Carl H. Caldwell, Social Sciences, History and Political Science.See also: Manchester College Bulletin July 1975 p.13., March 1976 p.8., October 1977 p.3-4.|
|Camp Mack Day: Papers||MC2002/35 |
History and general information about Camp Mack.
|Camp Mack: Oak Leaves or Aurora Photographs||MU2012/47 |
Camp Mack pictures including games, food, singing and bikes.
|Camp Mack: Photographs||Photo Box #63 |
Photographs from Camp Mack:
- "Tug - O - Peace" (1981 - 1982).
- Photo of canoe with two students.
|Camp Mack: Photographs||MC2010/37 |
Photographs: Canoe, lake and water pictures. One old photo possibly circa the 1920's?
|Campus Ministry Board||MC2002/237b ||Collection of religious activities materials including survey results, minutes, events, budgets. |
|Campus Ministry Board||Oak Leaves ||See Also: Oak Leaves, 2 May 1991, p.5. |
|Campus Ministry Board Survey||MC2007/4 |
Campus Ministry Board Survey conducted to assist the Campus Ministry Board in planning the spring semester campus wide retreat, "Speak your mind: at Manchester?"
|Campus Ministry Board, 1975 - 1980||MC2003/69 ||Brochures, events, and programs advertising campus ministry, 1975-1980. |
|Campus Plan and Improvements||MC General File: Campus Plan, Improvement ||Campus plans and improvements: Assorted newspaper articles of building development and reconstruction. Newsprint photos of Ikenberry Hall demolition, bulldozing of football grandstands and reconstruction, launching of new fieldhouse project, Camp Mack improvements, etc. |
|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.
|Campus: Trees ||MC2002/272 |
Diameters of trees on campus at different times in MC's history, from the Elmer Frantz Papers.
Edward G. Miller Council for Advancement and Support of Education Award [CASE].
|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.
|CASE Nomination||MC2002/38 ||Council for Advancement and Support of Education, nomination records for Ed Miller and Jim Bishop. |
|Case, Priscilla||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Case, Priscilla ||Material related to Priscilla Case. |
|Cassel: Family History||MC2011/120 |
One periodical entitled, "Mennonite Family History," Volume XII, Number 1, January 1993. This publication was probably kept by Archivist, Ferne Baldwin. A special note is made about the article, "The Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, Cassel Family," by Mary Cassel Case. This article traces the ancestors of Benjamin and Maria Cassel, who were married in Montgomery County, Ohio, 1861, who both had the surname "Cassel."
|Cawood, Carl: Fundraising Records||MC2004/360 ||Carl Cawood's records of field calls, dated 1987. |
|Cell Groups||Cell Groups: Additional Information ||See Also: Oak Leaves 6 October 1960 p.2; 15 October 1964 p.2 |
|Centennial Commemorative Oversized Bruchures and Booklets||MC2011/219 ||An oversized brochure 12" x 9" with photographs and descriptions of buildings on the College campus from 1889 forward. A 12' x 9" special edition of the Bulletin of Manchester College, Volume 82, Number 1, Sept. 1989, focuses on academic life and contains interesting photographs and facts surrounding the first 100 years of the institution. |
|Centennial: Recording of Special Music||MC2007/24 ||Centennial Celebration recording featuring the Manchester Symphony Orchestra, the A Cappella Choir, and the Concert Band. |
|Centennial: Humanities Symposium ||MC2007/177 ||Manchester College Humanities Symposium, April 30 - May 6, 1990. |
|Centennial: Journalism Class Centennial Interview by Jones, Timothy K. Jones, 1988||MC2011/71 |
A Journalism class Centennial Interview by Timothy K. Jones, 16 September 1988 in which Mr. Jones asks student to reflect on questions that he presents dealing with the College.
|Centennial: Manchester College||MC General File: Centennial |
Centennial history book preliminary letter, clippings, notes, items for sale and miscellaneous materials.
|Centennial: Manchester College||MC2002/39 |
Centennial Celebration Records; General material, including autographed program by Dr. William Sloane Coffin.
|Centennial: Robert Neff and President Emeritus Helman at Founder's Day Convocation||MC2009/182 ||Photograph of President Robert Neff (Juniata College) and President Emeritus Helman at the Founder's Day Convocation. |
|Centennial: Senate Concurrent Resolution||MC2004/485 ||Framed document reading: "A Senate Concurrent Resolution celebrating the 100th birthday of Manchester College. |
|Centennial: Social Science Symposium, 12 March 1989||MC2011/72 ||Presentation of the Centennial Social Science Symposium, 12 March 1989. |
|Central States College Association ||CSCA: Information |
Central States College Association.
See Also: Oak Leaves, 13 May 1965 p.1.
|Central States College Association ||MC2008/34 ||CSCA Research Project on Student Attitudes, Values and Beliefs. |
|Central States Colleges Association: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/293 ||A. Blair Helman: Central States Colleges Association Collection. |
|Central States Colleges Association: Records||MC2001/6 |
Institutional Research: CSCA studies, including but not limited to the following. See the accession page for a complete listing:
- Annual Report 1967-1968.
- Nobel Conference, Jan. 1974.
- Records, 1964 - 1969 and 1970 - 1972.
- Central States Assembly on the United States and Eastern Europe, October 23-26, 1969.
- CSCA Handbook, 1969.
- Peace Studies Program research.
- "Pollution and its Control: Report of a Conference," March 5-6, 1971.
- Materials from the chemistry section of CSCA.
- Research on the American College Testing program (ACT).
- Director of Research 1968.
- Director of Research 1969-70.
- Director of Research 1971-72.
- Student Attitude Study Report, 1970.
|Chacour, Elias: Oak Leaves or Aurora Photograph||MU2012/49 ||Photograph of Elias Chacour when he spoke on campus, 1993. |
|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.
|Chamberlain, Geneva Burrous: Alumna||MC2008/16 ||The Geneva Burrous Chamberlain collection. Photo album and memorabilia. |
|Chapel||MC2009/74 ||Chapel addresses 1943-1944. |
|Chapel||Chapel: Additional Information |
Manchester College Bulletin February 1951 p.2; January 1975 p.10; March 1975 p.12; October 1975 p.9; October 1976 p.2; October 1977 p.11.
Oak Leaves 11 February 1965 p.2 (compulsory chapel policy);
|Chapel Addresses: 1943 - 1944||MC2012/23 |
Chapel addresses from 1943-1944 with a Foreward by President Vernon F. Schwalm.
|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 Photograph, 1976 - 1977||Photo Box 75 ||Chapel: Photo of group in chapel lounge, 1976 - 1977. |
|Chapel Program Collection||MC2003/68 |
Chapel program collection:
- Programs from 1962, 1976, 1976, 1986.
|Chapel Talks||MC2004/495 ||A collection of the texts of talks given in Wednesday chapel services at Manchester College. Undated, but it is estimated that the talks are from sometime in the mid- to late-seventies. |
|Chapel vs. Convocation||MC2010/32a,b |
Change in name from "Chapel to Convocation."
Correspondence between Robert Mock, Director of Religious Life, and President Helman and Dr. Bollinger regarding, "Developing Concerns Regarding the Role of the Christian Faith and the Director of Religious Life on Manchester College Campus."
|Chapel, All-Student||MC2004/486 |
Chapel: All-Student chapel sign.
|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."
|Chapel: Study on College Chapel Services||MC2004/253 |
Chapel: Report of study on College chapel services.
|Chautauqua||MC General File: Newsletter of the North Manchester Historical Society, Inc. |
Newsletter of the North Manchester Historical Society, Inc., Volume XXVI, Number 3, August 2009, article by John Knarr.
|Cheerleaders: Newspaper Articles||MC2012/11 ||Cheerleading and Spartanettes articles from the 1995 and 2003 athletic season. |
|Childhood Narrative: Speech and Communication||MC2011/85 ||The narrator describes stages of childhood and lighthearted music is interposed. This might have been the audio for a slide show. Listening to the music one might think this was recorded in the 1950s or 1960s. |
|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.
|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. |
The file contains news releases, articles, and a history.
"I know who played 'Pistol Packin' Momma' on the college chimes one spring midnight in 1944."
|Chime: Hammer, Lila, History||MC General File: Chime ||Former student and MC College Registrar, Lila Hammer, writes about the history of the chime, chime pranks, and the experience of being a chimer. |
|Chinese Book Presented to Dr. Winger by Hung Nien Cheng ||MC2011/95 |
One beautifully bound Chinese book with silk cover and gold flecked case presented to Dr. Winger by Hung Nien Cheng (President of Chi-nan University, see MC201194a,b). The book appears to be similar to MC2011/94a,b in content, but this is an elaborate edition. The subject appears to be the history of China, or an area in China, and contains fabulous architectural illustrations and photographs.
|Chinese Books||MC2011/94a,b |
A book presented to Manchester College by Hung Nien Cheng, President of Chi-nan University, Shanghai, July, 1930. The book appears to be about the history of China, or an area of China, and contains fabulous architectural illustrations and photographs.
Another second book that might be another volume of the gift.
|Chisholm, Congresswoman Shirley||MC2011/2 ||Two DVDs made from the original U-Matic videocassette tape. Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm gave the address, "Changing Patterns in an Era of Risk" at Manchester College. Ms. Chisholm spoke in Cordier Auditoriu on the Manchester College campus on 27 October, 1978. |
|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.
|Christian Emphasis Week||Christian Emphasis Week: Information ||See: Oak Leaves 8 December 1960 p.1; 19 December 1963 p.3; 23 January 1964 p.1; 6 February 1964 p.3. |
|Christian Herald and Signs of Our Times, 1889||MC2012/4 |
The Christian Herald and Signs of Our Times, 1889 may have been utilized in the early days of Manchester College when Professor David Howe was President of the institution.
|Christian Leadership Commission Record Book 1945 - 1948||MC2008/15 ||Christian Leadership Commission Record Book with records from 1945 - 1948. |
|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."
|Christianity: Pointings Newsletter Collection||MC2002/306 ||Pointings: A monthly newsletter of inquiry into Christianity and Higher Education, Newsletter Collection. |
|Christmas: Posters||MC2010/55a-c ||Posters regarding Holiday luncheons and receptions. |
|Church & Higher Education||MC2002/47 |
Church and Higher Education statements.
Congregational Outreach brochure, MC2008/203,h
Gospel Messenger 8 September 1945 p.7-8; 15 September 1945 p.9-10; 22 September 1945 p.11-12; 12 January 1946 p.11-13; 23 February 1946 p.8-9; 9 March 1946 p.3-4, 25-26; 27 April 1946 p.8; 6 July 1946 p.23; 30 November 1946 p.5-13; 8 November 1947 p.9-10, 11-12; Manchester College Bulletin July 1950 p.1; June 1951 p.1; November 1951 p.2; June 1952 p.4; Oak Leaves 6 October 1960 p.1; Religious Activities.
|Church as Peacemaker Conference, 1986||MC2012/5 ||This conference featured Mary Travers, social activist and folk music star from the singing group, Peter, Paul and Mary. The keynote speaker was Dr. Ronald Sider, Professor of Theology at Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary. This was the 5th year for the conference, an ecumenical gathering sponsored by the college's Peace Studies Institute and the Howard John Peace and Justice Lectureship of the Manchester Church of the Brethren. |
|Church Directory: Local History||MC2008/113 ||1957 church directory for Chester Township and North Manchester, Indiana. |
|Church Leaders' Conference Brochures, 1975 - 1985||MC2003/70 |
Brochures for Church Leaders' Conference, 1975-1985.
|Church of the Brethren Heritage Papers||MC2012/53 |
Papers written for Professor Kendall Roger's class on Brethren heritage. They range in date from 1990 to 1992. The topics are varied and include but are not limited to: Church of the Brethren history, the legacy of certain individuals, architecture, Brethren beliefs and Church of the Brethren programs.
|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. |
|Church of the Brethren: Annual Conference||MC2004/315 |
Church of the Brethren Annual Conference Material from the A. Blair Helman Papers:
- "A Statement on the Church and Its Colleges" dated June 1960.
- "Statement on Position and Practices of The Church of the Brethren in Relation to War" dated June 1948.
- Correspondence regarding 1959 annual conference.
- What Is Man?" dated June 1966.
|Church of the Brethren: Brethren Action Movement||BC2008/3 ||Conception, newsletters, tracts, letter, writings by Dale Aukerman and others. |
|Church of the Brethren: Dutch KLM Crash,1958||MC2008/54 ||1958 Dutch KLM Crash Following Schwarzenau 250 Year Anniversary of the Church of the Brethren Celebration. |
|Church of the Brethren: Regional Youth Conference||MC2002/308 |
Church of the Brethren Regional Youth Conference Materials.
See Also: MC2009/71-CY: Church of the Brethren Youth Conference for posters of Regional Youth Conference at Manchester College, 1980, 1982, 1985.
|Church of the Brethren: South Central District, Manchester Church of the Brethren||BC2010/26 ||1973 Church of the Brethren "Partners in Mission" Second-Year Self-Allocation Report for the Manchester Church of the Brethren, South/Central Indiana District. |
|Church Relations Update ||MC2002/48 |
The file contains copies of the church relations newsletter from years 1966-1988.
|Civil Rights||Civil Rights: Information |
Gospel Messenger 6 January 1945 p.17; 20 January 1945 p.4; 27 January 1945 p.17, 18; 10 February 1945 p.9, 13; 17 February 1945 p.3-7; 14 April 1945 p.2, 3; 21 April 1945 p.9; 28 April 1945 p.9; 26 May 1945 p.2; 24 November 1945 p.25; 13 December 1947 p.6.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
|Civilian Public Service ||1943 Aurora ||1943 Aurora pages dedicated to featuring how "Manchester Serves." Featured are "Civilian Public Service," "Manchester's Reserves," "Physical Fitness," "Armed Forces," "Service Council" and a closing, "We Are Thankful." |
|Civilian Public Service (CPS) Identification card||MC2003/334 ||Civilian Public Service Identification Card. |
|Civilian Public Service Collection||MC2003/33 ||Brethren Service Committee pamphlets and other publications. |
|Civilian Public Service Oral History Release Forms||MC General File: Civilian Public Service |
Release Forms and correspondence regarding Dr. Virginia Keller's CPS oral history project:
- Francis Barr
- Robert Rohwer
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Bedford Letters, Garver Papers||MC2004/70 ||Letters to the Editor of The Bedford Bulletin |
|Civilian Public Service: Vetter Material, Garver Papers||MC2003/337 ||"Dictates of Conscience" by Herbert F. Vetter, Jr. |
|Civilian Public Service: Barnard Collection||MC2006/33 ||Dale Barnard Collection. |
|Civilian Public Service: BCPS Memo, Garver Papers||MC2004/71 ||BCPS Memo. |
|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: Brethren Service Committee, Garver Papers||MC2003/344 |
"Proposed Section for Alternative Service," "Brethren Service Committee Meeting Agenda," "General Statement on Civilian Public Service by Brethren Service Committee," News of Brethren Service v.1:1 (September 1945), "Some Facts and Figures on Brethren Service Relief Goods," "Some Facts and Figures on Brethren Service," "Comparative Statement of Receipts and Disbursements of Brethren Service Committee [April 23 1945]," "Minutes of Brethren Service Committee [June 6 1944],"
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Bedford, Garver Papers||MC2003/343 |
Correspondence regarding dance instruction controversy, "Concerns to Be Presented to BSC," correspondence between Earl Garver and Eldon Burke regarding monograph on Puerto Rico, collection of letters to the editor of The Bedford Bulletin and The Bedford Democrat regarding Camp Bedford, "Organization of Camp Bedford Government," "Qualifications for the Assistant Directorship," "Campers at Lyndhurst July 17, 1943"
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Personnel, Garver Papers ||MC2003/341 ||Some material might be confidential. CPS related personnel materials. |
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Wellston Articles, Garver Papers||MC2003/339 ||Camp Wellston Article Collection. |
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Wellston Music Program, Garver ||MC2004/74 ||Information regarding the music program at CPS Camp Wellston. |
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Wellston Reunion, Garver Papers||2004/67 ||Camp Wellston reunion. |
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Wellston, Garver Papers||MC2003/342 ||Camp Wellston Material from the Earl Garver Papers. |
|Civilian Public Service: Camp Wellston, Men's Work, Garver Papers||MC2004/72 ||Brethren Men's Work at Camp Wellston. |
|Civilian Public Service: Civilian Public Service Camp Publications, Garver Papers||MC2003/338 |
CPS camp publications. Starvation experiment.
For updates about the starvation experiment review the 1945 issues of the Gospel Messenger.
|Civilian Public Service: Correspondence, Garver Papers||MC2003/340 |
Garver papers, correspondence. Some material might be confidential.
|Civilian Public Service: Demobilization, Garver Papers||MC2004/78 ||Demobilization: Puidoux Theological Conference Materials |
|Civilian Public Service: Directors' Conference, Garver Papers||MC2004/59 ||Garver papers, directors' conference. |
|Civilian Public Service: Kunkel Material, Garver Papers||MC2003/336 ||"Farewell to CPS" by Warren Kunkel, from the Garver Papers. |
|Civilian Public Service: Leadership, Garver Papers||MC2004/81 ||Garver papers, leadership in CPS. |
|Civilian Public Service: Orientation Material, Garver Papers||MC2003/335 ||Civilian Public Service Orientation Materials from the Garver Papers. |
|Civilian Public Service: Photographs and Publications in the Francis Barr Collection||MC2011/233 |
Civilian Public Service camps, photographs, publications and events, including but not limited to:
- Pictures from Waldport, Camp #56, in Washington State.
- Holly Inn, Pinehurst, North Carolina. "May 15, 1945 - July 6, 1945, Room 302, "A Typical Pneumonia Guinea Pig Experiment.
- Starvation experiment of the Laboratory of Physiological Hygiene at the University of Minnesota, Angel Keys, Ph D., Director.
- The Reporter, Vol. V, No. 7, March 1947.
- The Compass, Summer and Fall, 1944.
- Smoke Jumper bi-annual.
For updates about the starvation experiment review the 1945 issues of the Gospel Messenger.
|Civilian Public Service: Pine Tree Project, Garver Papers||MC2004/82 ||Pine Tree Project budget report. |
|Civilian Public Service: Puerto Rico, Garver Papers||MC2004/69 ||CPS: Puerto Rico. |
|Civilian Public Service: Transfers, Garver Papers||MC2004/60 ||Transfers of CPS'ers from camp to camp. |
|Clark, Betty||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Clark, Betty |
Materials related to Betty Clark, Practical Arts and Letters, Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
|Clark, Joe||MC2002/51 |
Information on Joe Clark's visit to Manchester College and biographical information.
|Class Cards, Passes and Notepads||MC2009/31 |
A variety of cards, passes and schedules, for a variety of uses. They include but are not limited to: classes, organizations, and athletic events.
|Class Day ||MC2004/707 ||Class Day Program, 1925. |
|Class Lecture: Henry David Thoreau||MC2011/39 ||Class on Henry David Thoreau with many quotes from Thoreau. |
|Classrooms: Photographs||MC2003/45 ||Classrooms Photograph Collection--Oversized - circa 1902 and forward. |
|Cleo Beery Memorabilia||MC2001/16 |
Cleo Beery memorabilia from Mt. Morris College, Mt. Morris, Illinois. Many items, including:
- Our Dedication, Compliments of The Amphictyon Society," signed W.B.S. [Wilbur Stover?], undated
- Permanent records of Wilbur Stover's time at Mt. Morris College, dated 1884-1890.
|Clingenpeel, Ermon: Diploma, Penmanship/Practical Business Writing, 1923||MC2004/712 ||December, 1923 Diploma in penmanship/practical Business Writing, presented to Ermon Clingenpeel. |
|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. |
|Clubs, Societies and Organizations||MC General File: Clubs |
Clubs, organizations, leadership development, and activities, March 2000.
|Clubs, Societies and Organizations: RSU||MC General File: Radical Student Union |
Radical Student Union (RSU).
See Also: Radical Student Union (RSU): Aurora Photograph Collection 2001, MC2004/408.
|Clubs, Societies, Organizations: Co-Curricular Transcript ||MC General File: Co-Curricular Transcript ||1987 letter and form published by the Student Development Operations Committee to help students keep track of activities and experiences during the college years, while listing the types of skills, learning and growth obtained from these events. |
|Clubs: Circle K||MC2002/49 |
Circle K records and newspaper articles.
See Also: Oak Leaves 21 November 1963 p.1; 19 December 1963 p.1; 14 May 1964 p.1; 28 January 1965 p.1; 13 May 1965 p
|Clubs: Community Club ||MC2002/80 |
Records of the Manchester Community Club. The Community Club informed its members of the history, traditions and the current direction of the college, encouraged and performed service for the college, and promoted sociability among its members.
|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.
|Clubs: The Y Getting to Know You Question Booklet, The Green Quiz ||MC2010/29 ||"Y" getting-to-know-you question and answer booklet, circa 1940 - 1947 |
|Colburn, Donald||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Colburn, Donald ||Materials related to Donald Colburn, Social Sciences, Psychology, Department Head. See also: Manchester College Bulletin January 1976 p.5., Oak Leaves 22 September 1960 p.2 (photo)|
|College Avenue Buildings: Photographs ||MC2004/413 |
College Avenue photographs.
|College Avenue, Administration, Ikenberry, Oakwood: Historical Places||MC2003/137 |
Press release announcing the listing of the Administration Building, Ikenberry Hall, and Oakwood Hall on the National Register of Historical Places (6 February 1991).
|College Avenue: Postcards ||MC2004/7 ||Oversized College Avenue Postcard Collection |
|College Avenue: Postcards||MC2003/62 ||College Avenue postcard. |
|College Band||MC2004/165 ||College Band news releases, newspaper clippings and correspondence. |
|College Campus: Native American, Miami Indians||MC2007/139 ||Native American relics found on college campus. |
|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). |
|College Women's Club||MC2002/58 |
College Women's Club Records: Minutes, directories, tapes. Large Boxes 31 - 32a - 32b and media shelving unit. Also See Tuesday, 16 February, 1993 newspaper article, "Mrs. Helman Speaks To College Woman's Club (This article includes a list of officers).
Cassette tape: Alumni Interviews by David Waas, 1989.
Most membership directories and programs from 1912.
Bill for postage, rosebud and vase, expenses for cards and postage, 1995, Arrangements for Christmas Tea, 1996.
|College Women's Club: "An Evening With the First Ladies"||MC2011/69 ||College Women's Club: "An Evening With the First Ladies," 14 April 1976. The past presidents of the College Women's Club give their reflections. In 1976 the Timbercrest Retirement Community was the residence of 7 women who were past presidents of the College Women's Club. Four of these women were presidents 50 or more years previously. |
|College Women's Club: Interview with Pat and Blair Helman, 1986||MC2011/68 ||The College Women's Club interviews Pat and A. Blair Helman after the presidential couple's 30 years of service, 12 March 1986. |
|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).
|Commencement 1987: Geisert, Dr. Wayne||Commencement Tape: 1987, Geisert, Dr. Wayne ||Dr. Wayne Geisert delivers the 24 May 1987 Commencement address. |
|Commencement 1988||Commencement Tape 1988: Walter, Dr. Franklin ||Dr. Franklin Walter delivers the Commencement address on 22 May 1988. |
|Commencement Invitation 1917, Ira Heeter ||MC2010/3 |
1917 Commencement Invitation, Ira Heeter, Academy.
|Commencement Tape: 1983, Hatfield, Senator Mark||Commencement Tape: 1983, Hatfield, Senator Mark ||Senator Mark Hatfield gave the Commencement address at Manchester College in 1983. This is a recording of his presentation. |
|Commencement Tape1989: Young, Dr. John F.||Commencement Tape 1989: Young, Dr. John F. ||Dr. John F. Young speaks at the 21 May 1989 Commencement. |
|Communications Center: Drawing||MC2009/105 ||Communications Center and former Science Hall and Library: Drawing of this building with the Fountain in front of it. Artist: L. Lounsbury or I. Iounsbury. |
|Communications Center: History and Photograph, 1926||MC2003/116 |
Photograph of the Communications Building circa 1926 and brief history of the structure.
|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.
|Communicorp Records||MC2002/78 |
Communicorp, The Education Group, a company located in Atlanta, Georgia, studied MC and proposed various marketing objectives and materials during the 1994-1995 school year.
|Community Appreciation Day||Small Box 43, May Day file ||Community Appreciation Day. |
|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.
|Conkling, Fred||MC2009/61 ||"STIM-YOU-LUS BOOK," prepared by Fred R. Conkling for Freshman composition. |
|Conscientious Objection||MC General File: Conscientious Objection |
This file includes a wide variety of materials related to conscientious objection including tax resistance, draft counseling, and peace related events.
See also: Civilian Public Service; Conscientious Objection Citations in the Gospel Messenger; Compulsory Military service; Convocations Cassettes Collection Tape 513 (21 April 1997); Selective Service System.
|Conscientious Objection||Conscientious Objection: Additional Information |
- Civilian Public Service Bibliography; Committees-Postwar Planning; Conscientious Objection; Manchester College Bulletin of the Peace Studies Institute v.27 (1997); Memorabilia; Relief and Rehabilitation; Wartime
- Karl Kime, Supreme Court transcripts BC2007/7 located in the Brethren People file and videotaped interview MC2008/06.
|Conscientious Objection, Leachman and Lugar: Photograph||MC2008/87 |
Photograph of James Leachman and U.S. Senator, Dick Lugar, December 4, 1982, as well Richard Lugar as an 1983-84 Artist/Lecturer.
|Conscientious Objection: Student information.||MC2002/296 |
Card for each student serving in the military or in civilian public service during World War II. Information includes name, rank, address (while in service), class or graduation year, discharge date, killed in action date where applicable.
|Conscientious Objection: Draft Counselor's Kit||MC2007/156 |
Conscientious Objection: Draft Counselor's Kit
|Conscientious Objector in America Poster||MC2004/156 |
Conscientious objector poster. Poster entitled "The Conscientious Objector in America." Shows 6003 CO's and their locations as of March 4, 1943, plus other statistics. Back side shows locations of CPS camps across the United States.
|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 Objector: Murray, Don||Large Box 119 ||"A Man Who Refused to Kill," by Kirtley Baskette, 1957 article from "Redbook," about the actor and conscientious objector, Don Murray [MC2003/333]. |
|Conscientious Objector: Starvation Experiments||Large Box 119 |
"Men Starve in Minnesota, Conscientious Objectors Volunteer For Strict Hunger Tests To Study Europe's Food Problem," article in unknown publication with large photographs. Shown are Samuel Legg, Edward Cowles, James Plaugher and Dr. Ancel Keys [MC2003/333].
For updates about the starvation experiment review the 1945 issues of the Gospel Messenger.
|Conscientious Objectors: Virginia Keller Interviews||MC2008/06 |
This collection contains all the paper documents and audio tape of interviews with Manchester Graduates and former Manchester students who served in Civilian Public Service in the late 1940s.
|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.
|Contact Sheets 1980's: Photographs||MC2008/139a,b |
Photograph Contact Sheet (Scott Mcalpine, photographer) from 1985 - 1989 including classroom and sports scenes and images of faculty and students. Many individuals have been identified.
|Convocation #110a: Discussion Day, The Reagan Administration's Economic Programs, 1989||Convocation #110a: Discussion Day, The Reagan Administration's Economic Programs, 1981 ||Discussion Day, 20 October 1981, tape number one. The topic is the Reagan Administration's Economic Programs. |
|Convocation #110b: Discussion Day, The Reagan Administration's Economic Programs, Part Two, 1981||Convocation #110b: Discussion Day, The Reagan Administration's Economic Programs, 1981 ||Discussion Day, 20 October 1981, tape number two. The topic is the Reagan Administration's Economic Programs. |
|Convocation #123: Bielesiak, "Poland in Crisis," 1982||Convocation #123: Jack Bielasiak,1982 ||Dr. Jack Bielasiak delivers an address, "Poland in Crisis," on 29 March 1982. At this time he was Assistant Professor of Political Science at Indiana University. Born in Poland, he lived there through his teenage years and then came to the United States with his family. |
|Convocation #125: Murray, Andy||Convocation Tape #125: Murray, Andrew ||Andy Murray's 1982 convocation presentation. At the time of the presentation Andy was campus minister at Juniata College, Director of the Peace and Conflict Studies Department, Assistant Professor of Religion, as well as a musician and storyteller. |
|Convocation #127: Ewing / Bathrick Memorial Service, 1982||Convocation #127: Ewing / Bathrick Memorial Service ||A recording of the memorial service held on campus for students, Tom Ewing and Dawn Bathrick, 28 April 1982. |
|Convocation #134: Brown, Dale||Convocation Tape #134: Brown, Dale ||"Who are the Brethren?" by Dale Brown. |
|Convocation #143: McFadden, Dr. Wilbur, "The Last Epidemic"||Convocation #143: McFadden, Wilbur ||The tape is labeled so that the listener expects to hear a presentation by Dr. Wilbur McFadden, 7 February 1983, "The Last Epidemic." However, there are several presenters and Dr. McFadden is not identified (but he might be if someone listens to the entire recording). A presenter gives a physical description of what happens during nuclear war. He uses San Francisco as an example and projects what would happen if the city suffered a nuclear strike. |
|Convocation #144: AAFRO CLUB, Reader's Theatre, 1983||Convocation Tape #144: AAFRO Club, Reader's Theatre ||A recording of the 14 February 1983 Reader's Theatre Presentation by the AAFRO Club. |
|Convocation #145: Pettit, Dr. Robert, The Golden Age of Radio, 1983||Convocation #145: Pettit, Dr. Robert, The Golden Age of Radio, 1983 |
Part of the faculty convocation series with Dr. Robert Pettit presenting "The Golden Age of Radio," on 21 February 1983.
Radio is a mirror of our American culture.
Radio is a neglected art form, a medium no longer utilized.
|Convocation #146a: DeIrio, Dr. Judy, Women and the New Right, 1983||Convocation #146a: DeIrio, Dr. Judy, 1983 ||Dr. Judy DeIrio speaks on "Women and the New Right," or "Women Versus the New Right." The date of the presentation is 28 February 1983. |
|Convocation #146b: Jones, Dr. Sam Jr., 1983||Convocation #146b: Jones, Dr. Sam Jr., 1983 ||1969 Social Worker of the Year recipient, Dr. Sam Jones, Jr., speaks on "The High Cost of Maintaining Two Societies," on 14 March 1983. |
|Convocation #147b: Jewett, Dr. Robert, Super-Heroison and the Bible,1983||Convocation #147b: Jewett, Dr. Robert, 1983 ||Dr. Robert Jewett presents, "Super-Heroism and the Bible: From Paul to Batman," on 11 April 1983. This talks focuses on Biblical interpretation as it applies to modern American culture. |
|Convocation #163: Thomas, John||Convocation Tape #163: Thomas, John |
Olympian, John Thomas, speaks on the topic of "Olympic Harmony," or what makes an olympic champion? The date of the address is 6 February 1984..
|Convocation #163: Thomas, John, 1984||Convocation Tape: Thomas, John ||Olympian, John Thomas, speaks on the topic of "What Makes an Olympic Champion?" The date of the address is 6 February 1984. |
|Convocation #166: Sharp, Gene, Gandhi's Challenge to Modern Politics||Convocation #166: Sharp, Gene |
Gene Sharp presents, "Gandhi's Challenge to Modern Politics," on 5 March 1984. Nonviolent ways of solving problems in the world today.
|Convocation #168: Bennett, Lerone||Convocation #168: Bennett, Lerone, 1984 ||At the time of the address on 26 March 1984, Lerone Bennett was the Senior Editor of "Ebony" magazine. He was here because the Eby family ordered him to come to the College that day. This reference is in regard to Kermit Eby Senior, and Kermit Eby, Jr. He knows of the marvelous work that the Church of the Brethren has done in the area of peace and social justice and in trying to make sure that there is a world tomorrow. He will speak on black history and the multicultural educational challenges of the 1980's. |
|Convocation #176: Dilling, Yvonne, The Christian's Response to Current Central American Events, 1984||Convocation Tape #176: Dilling, Yvonne ||Yvonne Dilling, peace activist and 1979 Manchester College alumna, speaks on the U.S. government's policies in Central America, 8 October 1984. |
|Convocation #18: Sharp, Gene, Focus on Issues for Social Change, 1975 and Photographs||MC2011/128 |
Dr. Gene Sharp speaks on "Focus on Issues for Social Change," delivered on 2 October 1975. Dr. Sharp has been described as the world's top theorist of nonviolent strategy.
|Convocation #187: Wu, Wenzhong, "A Perspective on Life Within New China" ||Convocation #187: Wu, Wenzhong, 1985 ||Wenzhong Wu delivers the talk, "A Perspective on Life Within New China," on 4 February 1985. At the time of the address Wu was a citizen of the People's Repulic of China was on a two year teaching exchange program. |
|Convocation #188: Rankoe, Thandie, "Apartheid and the U. S. Role in South Africa"||Convocation Tape #188 |
Thandie Rankoe deliveres the address "Apartheid and the U.S. Role in South Africa," on 11 February 1985. From South Africa, she and her family have fled the country. Ms. Rankoe gives a woman's perspective to the issues of apartheid.
|Convocation #191: Deavel, Dr. Gary, "A Birthday Bouquest for Sebastian," 1985||Convocation #191: Gary Deavel, 1985 ||A recital by Dr. Gary Deavel. Not all pieces are by Bach, but the entire recital is in honor of Johann Sebastian Bach. |
|Convocation #204: Miller, Ed, Donde No Hay Doctor, 1985||Convocation Tape #204: Miller, Ed ||Dr. Ed Miller's and students' experiences in villages of Central America or the Carribean during a medical practicum course. |
|Convocation #22 #23: Berrigan and McAlister, "Prophecy is Life"||MC2011/15 |
Peace Studies and Co-Curricular Departments of the College invited Elizabeth McCallister and Phillip Berrigan to speak of their convictions. The cassette tape is dated 11 March 1976.
Discussion includes personal religious motives for prophetic activity.
|Convocation #24: West, Phil, "The Future of Sino-American Relations"||MC2011/45 ||Manchester College Alumnus (1960), Dr. Phillip West. Specialist in Chinese History. "The Future of Sino-American Relations." This speech was delivered on 4/26/76. |
|Convocation #26: Friedman, Stanton||MC2011/74: Convocation, Friedman ||Dr. Stanton Friedman, convocation speaker, talks on the topic of physics, flying saucers, and space travel. |
|Convocation #27: Cotton, Elizabeth||MC2011/20, Convocation Tape #27 ||Elizabeth Cotton C, composer of "Freight Train." One of the country's top Folk Blues guitarist presents a convocation at Manchester College. |
|Convocation #28: Collins, A New Heaven and a New Earth||Convocation Tape #28: Collins, Sheila ||Sheila Collins speaks on "A New Heaven and a New Earth," on 21 October 1976. |
|Convocation #289: Coffin, Dr. William Sloan, "Inaugurate Peace in 1989"||Convocation Tape #289 |
In this 6 March 1989 presentation, Dr. William Sloane Coffin, Pres. of SANE/FREEZE speakes on , "Inaugurate Peace in 1989."
|Convocation #30: Aronson, "Jewish Value in Song"||MC2011/14 ||A convocation presentation by Joe and Penny Aronson," Jewish Value in Song," 2 December 1976. |
|Convocation #31: Oates, Dr. Wayne, "Signs of a Healthy Religion"||Convocation Tape #31 ||In this 24 January 1977 convocation, Dr. Wayne Oates gives the presentation, "Signs of a Healthy Religion." |
|Convocation #32: Haskins, Diary of a Harlem Schoolteacher||Convocation Tape #32: Haskins, James ||James Haskins speaks on the topic of "Diary of a Harlem Schoolteacher," 10 February 1977. |
|Convocation #35: Johansen, Dr. Robert||Convocation Tape #35 ||Dr. Robert Johansen presents convocation program/address of 18 April 1977. |
|Convocation #36: Powers, Dr. Charles, The Role of Multi-National Corporations in the Future, 1977||Convocation Tape #36: Powers, Charles ||Convocation presented by Dr. Charles Powers on 25 April 1977. |
|Convocation #37: Broderick, Dr. Calfred, "Managing Psychic Space"||Convocation Tape #37 ||Convocation 18 September 1977, Dr. Calfred Broderick, "Managing Psychic Space." |
|Convocation #38: Detrick, Ralph and Mary||Convocation Tape #38: Detrick, Ralph and Mary ||Presentation by Ralph and Mary Detrick on 26 September 1977. |
|Convocation #40: Howe, "Live All Your Life"||Convocation Tape #40 ||Convocation tape dated 10 October 1977 entitled, "Live All Your Life." |
|Convocation #41: Neville, Dr. Robert, "Body and Mind"||Convocation Tape #41 ||Dr. Robert Neville presents the convocation address on 16 October 1977 on the topic of "Body and Mind." |
|Convocation #42: Fuller, Millard, Rich Again||Convocation #42: Fuller, Millard 1977 ||Millard Fuller presents, "Rich Again." Millard Fuller is the founder of Habitat for Humanity International. |
|Convocation #43: Wolf, Reverend John, Crazy Christians, 1977||Convocation #43: Wolf, The Rev. John, 1977 |
Reverend John Wolf delivers the convocation address on 14 November 1977.
|Convocation #44: Imara, Growing, Dying, and Being Born||Convocation #44: Imara, Dr. 1978 |
The question of death. Life challenges deal with the question of rebirth. Death in fact is rebirth.
The archivist believes that this is the message of Dr. Mwalimu Imara, a contemporary and colleague of Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross.
|Convocation #45: Smith, Dr. Thad, Is Mother Hubbard's Cupboard Bare?||Convocation #45: Smith, Dr. Thad 1978 ||Dr. Thad Smith speaks on the topic, "Is Mother Hubbard's Cupboard Bare: The Crisis of Global Resources" He poses questions about global resources, economic and political issues and the future of the global standard of living. |
|Convocation #47: Mohr, Mrs. Louis, Free To Be Me||Convocation #47: Mohr, Mrs. Louis, Free to Be Me 1978 ||A "Christ"-ian, Pentecostal, Episcopalian, Mrs. Mohr talks about the innate desire of a little girl to be beautiful accompanied by the fear that she is not. Mrs. Mohr speaks of God's love and acceptance and the taking off of personal masks to be one's real self. |
|Convocation #48: Caldwell, Carl, "Faculty Series," 1978||Convocation #48: Caldwell, Carl, 1978 |
Dr. Carl Caldwell delivers a presentation as part of the "Faculty Series," on 3 April 1978. He talks about witches, witchcraft and witch beliefs to see the implications of all of this for us.
|Convocation #49: Harfield, Senator Mark||Convocation Tape #49 ||Senator Mark Hatfield gives the convocation presentation on 19 April 1978. |
|Convocation #50: Helman, A. Blair, "Opening Convocation," 1978||Convocation #50: Helman, A. Blair, 1978 ||President A. Blair Helman delivers the opening convocation speech on 7 September 1978. This recording is of the convocation service as well, including a welcome by campus minister, Robert Knechel, singing, prayer, a presentation about being students on campus, as well as President Helman's words. |
|Convocation #51: Porter, Dr. Gareth, "U.S. Encounter with Viet Nam"||Convocation Tape #51 |
Dr. Gareth Porter speaks in convocation on 18 September 1978 on the topic of "U.S. Encounter with Viet Nam."
|Convocation #52" Greenwood, Richard, "Disarmament & Conversion"||Convocation Tape #52 ||Richard Greenwood presented the 16 October 1978 convocation on the topic of "Disarmament and Conversion." |
|Convocation #54: Jackson, Colin, "The World in Crisis"||MC2011/32, Convocation # 54 ||Colin Jackson presentation, "The World in Crisis," dated 2 November 1978. |
|Convocation #56: Hartman, Ken||MC2011/26 |
This convocation tape is labeled, Ken Hartman, Convo of 10/27/1978. He talks of life design and career decision making.
See Also: Convocation cassette tapes #56 for the same presentation.
|Convocation #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 #58: Firebaugh, Dr. Morris, "Nuclear Discussion"||Convocation #58: Dr. Morris Firebaugh, 1979 |
Dr. Morris Firebaugh, Manchester Graduate (1959). Raises issues behind nuclear energy, 26 March 1979.
Sister Burtell, expert on environmental health, responds to Firebaugh's presentation.
|Convocation #62: Wolkoff, Dr. Regina, History of Sexuality, 1979||Convocation #62: Wolkoff, Dr. Regina, 1979 ||Dr. Regina Wolkoff speaks on the "History of Sexuality," ...with emphasis on the 20th Century, 17 September 1979. Wolkoff's speciality is the history of the family in America. |
|Convocation #63: Howard, Ted, Who Should Play God, 1979||Convocation #63: Howard Ted, 1979 ||Ted Howard presents the convocation, "Who Should Play God?" delivered 24 September 1979. Discussion of the field of genetic evolution and the implications of the process of designing and creating life on our planet. |
|Convocation #65: Fuller, Barb, "Healing the Wounds of the Vietnam War," 1979||Convocation #65: Barb Fuller, 1979 ||Mrs. Barbara Fuller, a theologan and peacemaker, has traveled to Vietnam to work for reconcilliation. She is a member of many boards and organizations that work for peace and justice. |
|Convocation #66: Larson Bruce, To Live Is To Risk," 1979||Convocation #66: Larson, Bruce, 1979 |
Bruce Larson speaks gives the address, "To Live Is To Risk," on 12 November 1979.
|Convocation #76: Gordon, Sol||Convocation Tape #76: Gordon, Sol ||Dr. Sol Gordon speaks on sexual issues in this convocation presentation on 21 April 1980. |
|Convocation #79: Nelson, Dr. John Oliver, 1980||MC2011/44 |
Announcements by Bill Jones and Harriett Hamer: Discussion Day focusing on the Draft
Holly Pelking (MC Alumna) - offering free immunizations sponsored by the State Health Department
Ministry Conference - sponsored by the College Department of Religion and Philosophy and the Campus Ministry Program
Dr. John Oliver Nelson, keynote speaker of the conference, giving the address, "The Role of the Church in the 80's."
|Convocation #83: Durnbaugh, Donald F., "Confessions of a Searcher"||MC2011/22 |
In this 9/29/1980 ceremony, Donald F. Durnbaugh receives the degree, Doctor of Humane Letters. The degree is conferred by President Helman. Dr. Durnbaugh then gives the presentation, "Confessions of a Searcher."
Also See: Convocation Cassette Tape #83. The tape records the ceremony from the initial organ prelude.
For another presentation by Dr. Durnbaugh listen to his 1986 Baccalaureate address, "Faith Seeking Understanding." This cassette tape is in the cassette tape drawers (in a lower drawer) and has also been digitized onto a CD. The CD is in a CD holder on top of the cassette tape drawers.
|Convocation #84: West, Marty Smeltzer, "One Woman's Journey into the Legal Profession"||MC2011/51 |
Social Science Festival Speaker
Marty Smeltzer West is the third and final speaker for the convocation Social Science series. Marty was a student at Manchester from 1963 - 1965. She talks about, "One Woman's Journey into the Legal Profession," and "Confrontation with Choice." One reel-to-reel tape and two CD's, each recording portions of Ms. West's presentation. We as women are faced with too many choices, too many different roles we are asked to play and that we want to play. The solution is to confront choices and make new societal structures as we go through changes in roles and life patterns that are inevitable for all of us.
Professor Colburn (Psychology), introduces Ms. West.
|Convocation #85: Mollenkott, Dr. Virginia||Convocation Tape #85: Mollenkott, Virginia |
One reel-to-reel tape and a cassette tape. The cassette tape is probably taken from the reel-to-reel. In the first segment of the recording Dr. Virginia Mollenkott speaks on "Sexuality and the Formation of Family," 6 October 1980. She deals with the Biblical basis for male and female equality within the covenant community.
The second part of the reel-to-reel tape starts abruptly in the middle of a presenetation by a speaker with a different voice making reference to health issues and safety standard regulations related to coal miners and workers laboring in conditions working with various levels of radiation. This appears to be the introduction to a two day conference. The choir also sings at this opening and there is a worship service. The date referred to on the tape is 1975. The reel-to-reel tape was probably first used in 1975 for this service and then used to record Mollenkott.
|Convocation #87: Wallis, Jim, Disciplining the Faith Response, Sojourners 1980||Convocation #87, Wallis, Jim, 1980 |
"Disciplining the Faith - Response - Sojourners," 10 November 1980, Jim Wallis, editor of Sojourners magazine.
|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, Opening: 2012||MU2012/107 ||Program for the 124th Year of Manchester University Opening Convocation, 28 August 2012. |
|Convocation: Dr. Marable, Manning, 1988||MC2002/154a |
Convocation 689, Dr. Manning Marable's lecture on Martin Luther King Jr., took place on January 19, 1988.
|Convocation: Hamilton, Dr. Charles, "Black Power, Theory and Practice, 1968" ||MC2010/195 ||Three copies of Dr. Charles Hamilton's Convocation address, "Black Power: Theory and Practice," delivered 11 November 1968. |
|Convocation: Harris, Sydney, "On the Topic of Communication"||MC2011/25 ||Author and newspaper columnist, Sydney Harris talks about "Communication" during convocation. He previously spoke here in 1965. He started as a reporter for the Chicago Herald and Examiner. In 1941, Mr. Harris began work at the Chicago Daily News, In 1944, he began his personal column. Author of, "For the Time Being," and The Authentic Person." The talk was given prior to December 1986. |
|Convocation: Kozol, Jonathan, 1980||MC2011/29 ||8 April 1980 Convocation with Jonathan Kozol, a public schooteacher who spoke out about inadequate conditions for learning. He authored, Death at an Early Age: The Destruction of the Hearts and Minds of Negro Children in the Boston Public Schools,first published in 1967. |
|Convocation: Lens, Sidney,1967 and Schedule for Convocation and Fine Arts Series, Summer 1969||MC2010/150 |
Schedule for Convocation and Fine Arts Series, Summer 1969.
Transcript of Sidney Lens Convocation, 6 April 1967.
|Convocation: Mow, Anna, Circa 1974||MC2011/42 |
Dr. Anna Mow graduated from Manchester Collage in 1918. A Church of the Brethren icon, Anna speaks on "Spiritual Vitality and the American Family."
|Convocation: Photograph Collection||MC2004/123 |
A photograph collection of convocation participants and events. Most individuals in the pictures have been identified.
|Convocation: Snyder and McGonegal, Recital||MC2011/43 ||Elaine Snyder, vocalist, and Rian McGonigal, guitarist present a convocation recital. |
|Convocation: Social Science Symposium, Sowles, Marcia, 13 March 1989||MC2011/75, Convocation, Sowles ||This Social Science Symposium Convocation took place on 13 March 1989. The speaker was Marcia Sowles. |
|Coppock, Elder Jacob: Photograph ||MC2004/560 ||Elder Jacob Coppock: Photograph of this gentleman in plain suit and white beard. Elder Coppock was President of the Board of Trustees in 1911. |
|Coppock, Nevin L.: Laymen's Citation Award Program ||MC2003/51 |
Program from 11 March 1955 Laymen's Citation Awards Ceremony. Short biographies are included.
|Cordier, Andrew||Faculty Staff Boxes: Cordier, Andrew ||Material related to Andrew Wellington Cordier, Manchester College alumus,[Class of 1922]. |
|Cordier, Andrew||MC2002/104f ||Andrew Cordier materials. |
|Cordier, Andrew||MC2002/154d ||Andrew Cordier materials. |
|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. |
|Cordier, Andrew: Articles||MC2002/173 ||Four articles published during Cordier's time with the United Nations. |
|Cordier, Andrew: Photographs||MC2008/135 |
Photograph of Andrew Cordier with President Truman.
Photos of Andrew Cordier, dressed in gown for commencement, dining with college officials, and as a Manchester College student.
|Cordier, Andrew: The Cuban Missile Crisis||MC2008/161 ||Andrew Cordier: Cuban Missile Crisis newspaper article1987. |
|Cornell, Bob||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Cornell, Bob ||Material related to Bob Cornell, Practical Arts and Letters, Health, Physical Education and Recreation. |
|Crouch, Eugene M.||MC2002/104g |
Material related to Eugene M. Crouch who served Manchester College as Professor of Mathematics, Latin, English, Greek, New Testament Greek and also as President (1901 -1910). Eugene Crouch began teaching at Manchester College in 1895, his career at the institution stretching from 1895-1910. He died on March 18, 1941.
See Also: President Young's wife wrote a history of the Young Brothers' purchase of Manchester College. There are imperfections in spelling, but it appears as if Professor Crouch is mentioned in this history and it would be worth a researcher's read. The history is located in the Young files in the MC General Filing Cabinet under Faculty/Staff: Young.
|Crumpacker, Franklin Henry and Anna Newland||References |
Research references for Franklin Henry Crumpacker and Anna Newland Crumpacker.
|Cunningham, Joseph: Papers||MC2002/83 |
The file contains biographical information about Manchester College alumnus, Joseph Cunningham.
See also: Joseph Cunningham Photograph Collection, MC2004/725
|Cunningham, Joseph: Photograph Collection||MC2004/725 |
|1||Group photo of Lincoln Society, taken on 14 March 1903. Cunningham is seated in middle of front row. Many of the other students are also identified.|
|2||Group photo of baseball team of 1904. Cunningham is in back row, third from left. Willard Burrous is in back row, far left.|
|3-4||Group photo of basketball team of 1903-04. Cunningham is in middle row, far right. Willard Burrous is in middle row, far left.|
Also See: MC2004/3 Joseph Cunningham in the Earl E. Lichtenwalter Photograph Collection
|Curriculum Review||MC2004/531 |
Curriculum review: Leonard Williams Collection
|1||Social Sciences Division 1991-92|
|2||Student evaluation questions|
|3||Senior comprehensive examinations|
|4||Faculty Executive Committee 1998-99|
|5||Honors Committee 1987-89|
|6||Faculty Workshop 1999|
|7||Faculty survey, presidential search|
|8||Advisory Council, 1989|
|9||Curriculum review 1993-94|
|10||Curriculum review 1993-94|
|11||Curriculum review 1993-94|
|12||Student Senate Constitution committee|
|13||Freshman experience, including preliminary information on FYC |
|14||Presidential Search Committee|
|15||Academic Dean Search Committee|
|16||Human Diversity Committee|
Also see: Academic Affairs: Manchester College Bulletin October 1977 p.3-4.
|Dan West Display||Dan West Boxes and Files Old Archives Office ||Backup files for filmstrip, "Each One Helps," and for the Dan West Display. |
|Dances: Posters||MC2009/71, File Folder D: Dances |
1976 "Halloween Dance featuring The Three Traces."
1978 A.A.F.R.O. Club Presents, "Essence in Twilight," Semi-Formal.
circa 1985 Manchester College AAFRO Club and East Hall present "Take Your Sweetheart to Vegas."
1991 Presidential Ball, "The Future is Ours."
April 1993 Presidential Ball, "New Beginnings."
1992 Formal, "Sailing with the Night."
No year on poster: "Winter Wonderful's Semi Formal Dance, Featuring: Catch."
|Dances: Sadie Hawkins||MC2004/447 ||Telegram regarding Sadie Hawkins, dated 6 November 1939. |
|Davisson, Homer G.||MC2002/90 |
A digital image of Homer Davisson is available. Inquire with Archivist.
A biographical piece about Homer Davisson is available. Inquire with Archivist.
|Day, William||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Day, William ||Material related to William Day, Social Sciences, Economics and Business. |
|Dean's Scholarship ||MC2009/24 incorporated into MU2012/117 |
Various types of scholarship announcements, large formatted checks and names of recipients from Academic Year 1995 - 1996, Dean's Scholarship, newsclippings. Scholarship Information Assortment.
|Dean, Arthur L.: Petersime Chapel||MC2007/84 ||Service of Dedication for the Arthur L. Dean Memorial Chancel Candle, Petersime Chapel. |
|Deavel, Gary, Premier: This Green Morning, 5 November 1989||MC2010/199a,b |
A recording of Dr. Gary Deavel's "This Green Morning," sung by the A Cappella Choir and accompanied by the orchestra.
|Deavel, Gary: Manchester Variations||MC2005/6 ||Spiral bound copy of score, "Manchester Variations," by Dr. Gary Deavel. |
|Deavel, Gary: This Green Morning||MC2005/5 |
"This Green Morning" Original score. Music by R. Gary Deavel, Poems by Christine Deavel.
See also: audio cassette of MSO performance: MC Cassette 784.2 M312a.
|Deavel, Gary: This Green Morning, Recording||Audio Cassette, MC Cassette 784.2M312a |
Audio cassette of MSO performance,"This Green Morning" Original score. Music by R. Gary Deavel, Poems by Christine Deavel.
See Also: MC2010/199a,b. This is a digitized recording of "This Green Morning."
|Deavel: Manchester Variations||MC2011/139 ||Musical score composed by Dr. Gary Deavel for Robert Jones and the Manchester Symphony Orchestra. |
|Debate: Schedule, 1930||MC2007/124 |
Debate Schedule, 1930
|Dedicatory Concerts||MC2003/163 |
Programs, news releases for dedicatory concerts (Winger Recital Hall, Cordier organ, Piano Dedication Series).
|Deeter, Allen||MC2004/143 ||Consortium on Peace Research, Education, and Development [COPRED]. |
|Deeter, Allen: Peace Studies Institute Evaluation, 1948-1970||MC2004/149 |
Central States College Association (CSCA) Grant Materials. In 1970, Allen Deeter was given a grant by CSCA to complete a study on students' and graduates' evaluations of Manchester's Peace Studies Institute from 1948-1970.
|Deeter, Allen: Peace Studies Institute History||MC2004/147 ||Peace Studies Institute history. |
|Demonstrations||MC2008/94 ||Peace marches and dialogue. |
|Denlinger and Funderburg: Family Bible||Ra220 B471h ||This bible is the original source of the names and birth dates of the children of Abraham Denlinger (1776-1819). |
|Development: King, Rufus||MC2009/157 |
Development: Rufus King File Folder - ( RESTRICTED due to the confidential nature of information)
Rufus King: Assorted Development files in the Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: King, Rufus - ( RESTRICTED due to the confidential nature of information)
|Dilling, Yvonne: Photographs||MC2009/28 |
Photographs of Manchester College alumna, Yvonne Dilling, from a seminar on Manchester College campus.
|Diploma: Sherrick, Robert||MC2004/186 |
One Bachelor of Arts diploma from Manchester College presented to Robert Sherrick, 1924.
|Diploma: Showalter, Arthur||MC2004/188 |
Showalter, Arthur, Liberal Arts Course of Study Diploma, Manchester College, 1928.
|Discussion Day: 1993||MU2013/37 ||Schedule, expenses and correspondence regarding Discussion Day 1993. |
Diversity: Assortment of international student materials including:
- Copies of international student records 1920's - 1940's. (Restricted)
- Newspaper clippings
- International Association
|Diversity||MC2002/2ee ||Expansion of study of non-western civilizations, 1959-60. |
Diversity: Newspaper article showing Manchester College professors' reactions to Oklahoma City bombing. Correspondence from Parker Marden, President, regarding the College's response to the terrorist attack of 11 September, 2001. Also newspaper articles and flyer advertising the service of remembrance.
|Diversity||MC2009/206a,b,c ||AAFRO House and minority concerns. |
|Diversity||Large Box 114 |
Developing international relations, 1959 newspaper article.
|Diversity||MC2004/391 ||Hawthorne Program Photograph and Video Collection. |
Diversity: information on Committee for Minority Concerns, Diversity Committee, College Vision, racism on campus, sex discrimination, non-traditional students, multicultural affairs, hate e-mail incident.
For Hate E-mail Incident, See Also: Oak Leaves, 13 March 1998, p.1, 2, 5; 19 March 1998, p.1-3; 9 April 1998, p.2, 6-7; 8 May 1998, p.3.
|Diversity||Large Box 114 |
Diversity: Oak Leaves, 13 Nov. 1998 issue, "Mel White to Speak to Upcoming Convo."
Report from the Sub-Committee on Non-Traditional Concerns, 23 March 1988.
Non-Traditional = "The student who after a period of time returns to the educational setting."
Diversity: E-mail incident and response from Office of Academic Affairs, 1998.
Assessment: "Diversity at Manchester College, Results of the Campus-wide Diversity Assessment Conducted by the Manchester College Human Diversity Committee and Cox & Associates Consulting," Assessment Conducted: Spring 1999.
|Diversity Photograph Collection||MC2004/130 Diversity Photograph Collection |
Diversity Photograph Collection.
|Diversity: African-American||MC2004/530 ||Diversity: Materials pertaining to the establishing of AAFRO House, the recruitment of African-American students, and Black History Month. |
|Diversity: African-American||MC2004/37 ||African-American Alumni Program. |
|Diversity: Correction of Cultural Biases to Prepare Students for the Real World||MC2011/56 |
Recording of a conference that took place at Indiana University. Presentation titles are:
- Cultural Pluralism and Ethnic Studies, a Latino's Perspective.
- Teaching Undergraduate Afro-American Studies.
In an untitled presentation a speaker talks about teaching culture in a multi-cultural society like the United States.
|Diversity: Oak Leaves defacing||MC2003/24 ||Diversity: Oak Leaves defacing. |
|Dixon, Michael||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Dixon, Michael ||Material related to the Director of Multicultural Affairs and Campus Diversity, Michael Dixon. |
|Doctoral Degrees: Chemistry and Science Related||MU2013/33 ||Materials related to Manchester College and alumni receiving Chemistry Ph. D. degrees. Other information showing Manchester's national rank for the percentage of graduates receiving Ph. D. degrees. Special report from the National Science Foundation, "Science and Engineering Doctorates: 1960-81." Related articles about psychological and sociological factors that play a role in a person's desire to obtain a Ph. D. |
|Dolby, Mattie Cunningham||MC2002/95 |
Dolby, Mattie Cunningham. She and her brother, Joseph, were the first African-American students at Manchester College. One of the first female ministers in the Church of the Brethren.
Alumni Card for Mattie Cunningham Dolby MC2004/689.
See granting of petition to drop "Christian Evidences" in Faculty Minutes 1900, MC2009/100a.
"The Brethren Encyclopedia."
|Dolby, Mattie Cunningham: Minister, Church of the Brethren||MC2004/689 ||Mattie Cunningham Dolby's alumni card. |
|Dolby, Mattie Cunningham: Minister, Church of the Brethren||Dolby, Mattie Cunningham: Additional Information |
See Also: The Brethren Encyclopedia and Manchester College Alumni.
|Donald E. and Olive Kessler Collection: Liberian Materials||MC2008/196 |
Artifacts and books from Donald and Olive Kessler's work in Liberia.
|Doris B. Garey Postcard Collection||MC2003/106 ||Doris B. Garey Postcard Collection. |
|Doudt, Karen ||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Doudt, Karen |
Karen Doudt: Practical Arts and Letters, Education.
Materials in Karen's file have been scanned. See also: The News-Journal 17 August 2001 p.1 & 3
|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.
|Drama: Script||MC2007/66 ||Handwritten script from early production. |
|Drawings, East of East Street and West of East Street: ACAD-R12 Computer Program||MC2011/209 |
ACAD-R12 computer program with actual drawings that are unreadable in 2011 because there is no computer program available on campus that is able to bring the images up. These files were created 4/5/1996.
2 discs and one CD with information that was transferred to CD by Stan Pittman's staff in 2010. The discs arel labeled as containing drawings, "East of East Street," and "West of East Street."
|Dress Code||MC2009/60 |
Also see Women's Residence Organization (WRO).
|Drugs and Alcohol: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/323 |
Materials related to drug and alcohol use at Manchester College.
|Drum Group: Recording||MC2011/88 ||An audio segment of a group drumming. Segment appears to stop then picks up again. |
|Dunbar, Dr. Willis: Is Present Day Education Anti-Intellectual?||MC2011/21 ||Dr. Willis Dunbar talks on the topic, "Is Present Day Education Anti-Intellectual?" |
|DuPont, JoAnn||Faculty/Staff Boxes: DuPont, JoAnn ||Material regarding JoAnn DuPont, Social Sciences, Economics and Business. |
|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."
|Eberly, William ||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Eberly, William |
Dr. William Eberly:
See also: Guide Lines v.1:3 (July 1960) p.3, Manchester College Bulletin July 1976 p.10-11, July 1978 p.10, September 1978 p.4, October 1978 p.5.
- Material regarding Bill Eberly, Natural Sciences, Biology.
- "History of the Phosphate Detergent Ban in Indiana," William R. Eberly, Manchester College.
- "Environmental Education, The Big Picture," Dr. WIlliam Eberly, Manchester College, June 1991.
- List of Professor William Eberly's publications.
- Obituary for Dr. Eberly, MC Class of 1948.
|Eberly, William||MC2007/25 ||William Eberly: "The Story of the Natural Sciences at Manchester College," original manuscript and digitized illustrations. |
|Eberly, William: Paul Halladay Performance Brochure||MC2003/346 |
"Concert Oratorio Radio" flyer that describes Mr. Paul Halladay's availability for vocal performances. Includes photograph.
|Ebersole, John||Convocation Tape 513 ||See: Convocations Cassettes Collection Tape 513 (21 April 1997). |
|Ebey, Adam: Student at Mount Morris College||MC2004/721 |
Adam Ebey Collection: Collection of grade reports, Sunday School certificates, and other material documenting Adam Ebey's time at Mount Morris and Manchester Colleges.
|Ebey, Alice King||MC2006/36: License and Records File ||Alice's teacher's licenses and Mt. Morris and Manchester College records. |
|Ebey, Alice King Diaries||MC2006/36 ||Diaries relating stories of Alice's life and missionary work in India. |
|Ebey, Bob: Photograph, circa 1940||MC2004/349 |
Bob Ebey: Digital copy of photograph of 4 boys riding a bicycle. Ikenberry Hall shows in the background. Back is labeled: Elbert Reish, John McCormick, Bob Ebey, Benton Rhoades.
|Eby, Kermit: Memorial Lecture with Studs Terkel ||MC2011/46 ||The Kermit Eby Memorial Lecture, 1976, presented by Studs Terkel. |
|Echoes, by Patsy La Var||MC2012/2 ||"Echoes," a book of poetry by Manchester College Student, Dorotha Mae Crowl Yoder (Patsy La Var). |
|Economics: Department syllabi||MC2004/109 |
Economics Department Syllabi Collection (1999 - 2003).
|Economics: Special Problems||MC2007/78 |
A Special Problems in Economics: The economic impact of Manchester College on the community of North Manchester.
|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.
|Education and Professional Programs Division ||Education and Professional Programs: Additional Information ||See Also: Accreditation, Future Teachers of America; Manchester College Bulletin June 1952 p.2; October 1976 p.6; Photo Boxes 60, 61, & 62. |
|Education Department||The News-Journal ||The News-Journal 10 April 2001 p.13. |
|Education Department Meeting Minutes: Education and Professional Programs Division ||MC2004/397 ||Education Department Meeting Minutes 1993-2001. |
|Education Department Syllabi: Education and Professional Programs Division ||MC2004/94 |
Education Department Syllabi Collection:
|Education Department: Classroom Observation 1908, Photograph ||MU2012/75 ||Future educators observe children and their instructor in a classroom (first floor of Library "Reading Room"). |
|Education Department: Helman, A. Blair Papers ||MC2004/335 ||A. Blair Helman: Education Department correspondence and meeting minutes 1958-1967. |
|Education Department: Indiana State Teachers' Licenses - Historical Collection||MC2012/86 ||A variety of types of Indiana State Teachers' licenses that belonged to various individuals. Dates range from 1881 - 1990. |
|Education Master's Theses: Math||MC2012/59,a-c ||Education Master's Theses: Math. |
|Education Master's Theses: Music||MC2012/60a,b ||Education Master's Theses: Music. |
|Education Master's Theses: Political Science||MC2012/62 ||Education Master's Theses: Political Science. |
|Education Master's Theses: Science||MC2012/63a,b,c ||Education Master's Theses: Science. |
|Education Master's Theses: Sociology||MC2012/65a,b ||Education Master's Theses: Sociology. |
|Education Master's Theses: Art||MC2012/54a ||Education Master's Theses in the area of Art. |
|Education Master's Theses: Biology||MC2012/55a-e ||Education Master's Theses: Biology. |
|Education Master's Theses: Elementary Education||MC2012/58, a - iii ||Education Master's Theses: Elementary Education. |
|Education Master's Theses: English||MC2012/56a-e ||Education Master's Theses: English. |
|Education Master's Theses: History||MC2012/57a,b ||Education Master's Theses: History. |
|Education Master's Theses: Physical Education||MC2012/61a-d ||Education Master's Theses: Physical Education. |
|Education Master's Theses: Social Studies||MC2012/64a,b,c ||Education Master's Theses in the area of Social Studies. |
|Education Master's Theses: Speech Drama||MC2012/66 |
Education Master's Theses: Speech Drama
|Hull, Kim Jo||Theatre Makeup For Beginners|
|Education: Acme School||MC2007/175 |
"Stories of Days Long Gone in the Acme School, North Manchester, Indiana," by Bertha Miller Neher.
|Elgin Kintner Collection||MC2004/394 ||Elgin Kintner Collection - deaccessioned 2005. |
|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.
|Enrollment ||MC2003/307 ||Enrollment: Enrollment Management Clipping |
|Enrollment||MC General File: Student Enrollment |
Manchester College Liberal Arts Program 1935-1936 to 1958, report containing enrollment by course, number and percent.
|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.
|Environmental Action Group||MC2002/102 |
Environmental Action Group Records.
See Also: Oak Leaves 25 April 1991, p.1.
|Ephrata Cloister Period Doll||BC2007/10 ||Female doll dressed in the garb of the Ephrata Community 1732. |
|Escott, Stan: Discussion||MC2011/23 ||Stan Escott, Dean of Students, leads a presentation around the topic of, "What is important to you and other members of the College community? This discussion takes place two weeks before Fall Fest 1980. 10 individuals tell what they value most about Manchester College. |
|Escott, Stanley B.||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Escott, Stanley B. |
Material related to Stanley B. Escott, Social Sciences, Psychology.See also: Manchester College Bulletin September 1976 p.1-2
|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? |
|Ethnic Studies Programs||MC2011/79a,b,c |
CD #1 Much blank and irregular space before recording begins. The valuable amount of material on this recording is questionable. Sometimes students are clowning around. If listened to closely, this appears to be a recording of a class. The Archivist did not have time to listen to it all the way through.
CD#2 Continues with a student that is part of a panel of presentors that and is very hard to understand. There is also discussion.
CD#3 A latin individual talks about ethnic studies programs. This recording is very distinct but is only a partial recording of the entire presentation. The presenter is also a teacher from a small institution in Chicago.
|Evans, T. Q.|| MC2004/37 ||T. Quentin Evans: African-American Alumni Class Presentations Report. T. Q. Evans conducted this program, bringing African-American alumni into Manchester College classrooms. |
|Evans, T. Quentin||Faculty Staff Boxes: Evans, T. Quentin ||Material related to Professor T. Quentin Evans. |
|Executive Committee Minutes April - June 1900 and Faculty Meetings April 1900 and 1925||MC2009/100a,b |
MC2009/100a: Executive Committee Minutes from April, May June 1900 as well as Faculty Meeting Minutes ( 11 April and 18 April 1900).
MC2009/100b: Executive Committee Minutes from 4 March 1901 - 4 June 1901.
Letter from Balsbaugh Over the Death of Sister Catherine Forney
|Expressions Class, circa 1907 - 1916: Photographs||MC2004/586 |
Expression Class photographs: [(Andrew D. Ward Jr)?] Picture upper left: Top row (l-r): L.W. Shultz, D.L. Stoner, Wagner. Middle row (l-r): Thomas, Sadie Stutsman Wampler, Lola Dickey. Lower row (l-r): Chas. A. Light, Cordelia Crouch.
|Faculty 1986||Large Faculty/Staff Box 46 ||Manchester College New Faculty 1986, fact sheet. |
|Faculty and Staff" PR Photograph Collection||MC2007/228 A - BG ||Photographs of faculty, trustees, etc. from their College Advancement, PR files.|
|Faculty and Staff, A-Z: Photographs||MC2003/225 |
Large Faculty Photograph Collection including but not limited to:
Photograph of Manchester College alumus, Wangdi Sherpa. Photo with Dr. William Eberly.
Carl Caldwell and parents during parent's weekend, 1978 - 1979.
Richard Nixon headline in newspaper with students and Stan Davis, Speech and Drama.
Go to accession page to view listing of this assortment of faculty and staff pictures.
|Faculty Contracts||Large Faculty/Staff Box 46b ||Faculty Contracts. |
|Faculty Index Cards||MC2007/41 ||Index cards including various facts, figures and photographs of Manchester College faculty and staff. |
|Faculty Meeting Minutes: 1925 - 1932||MC2012/19 ||Faculty Meeting Minutes 9 September 1925 - 18 May 1932. |
|Faculty Meeting Minutes: 1999 - 2004||Faculty Meeting Minutes - File Drawers, Vault: MC2006/30 ||Faculty Business Meetings 1999 - 2004. |
|Faculty Photograph Collection||Two Large Boxes: Photo Shelves |
Photographs of faculty. This is a large list of faculty and a large collection of pictures.
|Faculty Photograph: Professor Bruce I. Book||MC2010/91 ||Photographs of Professor Bruce I. Book at three stages of his adult life, with accompanying negatives. These photographs help commemorate the endowment that his daughter, Beulah Book, established in his honor. |
|Faculty Salaries||Faculty Salaries: Information ||See Financial Records of Manchester College (restricted files). |
|Faculty, Trustees, Etc.: Photographs ||MC2007/228 |
Photographs of faculty, trustees, etc. from their College Advancement, Public Relations files.
|Faculty/Staff Lists||MC2002/2dd |
Faculty/Staff Lists 1959-1969, incomplete.
|Faculty/Staff Photographs: Identified||MC2010/89 |
Faculty and Staff photographs. Most are identified.
|Faculty/Staff Photographs: Presidents||MC2008/65 |
Not all of the president's photographs are included in this collection:
- Six photos of Parker Marden.
- Robinson receiving President's seal from Helman.
- Groundbreaking ceremony with Presidents Robinson, Helman and Butterbaugh.
- President Edgar C. Butterbaugh, 1993 - 1994.
- L. D. Ikenberry and his wife and daughters.
- President Howe.
- President H. P. Albaugh.
|Faculty/Staff: Photographs and Images||Large Faculty/Staff Photo Boxes, Unit #7, IS ||A collection of Faculty and Staff images of various media located in alphabetical order within 3 Large Boxes located on the Photography shelving unit #7. When looking for a picture of faculty or staff member - look here first. |
|Falk, Richard A.: Article||BC2004/34 ||Richard Falk article on "Songmy: War Crimes and Individual Responsibility." |
|Family Bible: Bauman Bowman, Weber, Helman||MC2011/134 |
One family bible printed in 1773 and 1774 donated to the collection by Howard H. Helman, great great grandson of Marguit (Marguerite?) Bowman. Birth registries are included.
|Family Bible: Duvall, Powell, Kenboro, Harensen||MC2011/129 ||Duvall, Powell, Kenboro?, Powell, Harensen?: Family lineage found in The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ..," 1845. |
|Family Bible: Gump Bible||MC2006/20 ||Thought to be a rare edition, this bible is described as being brought to America by Johann Georg Gumpp on September 18, 1732. |
|Family Bible: Holl, Dorwin, Nave, Oliver, Winch||MC2011/130 ||The name of Holl is written on the verso of the cover. The Bible is dated 1832 and contains a Family Record including the names of Dorwin, Nave, Oliver and Winch. The earliest date appears to be 1796. |
|Family Bible: Paul and Snoberger||MU2013/24 |
A bible  that contains letters related to the Paul and Snoberger (Snowberger) families. List of "Paul" family children and their birthdates.
|Fashion Show: Men's, Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/7a - Folder #5 ||Snapshots from men's fashion and talent shows. |
|FERPA (Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act)||FERPA: Information |
See: Academic Affairs. See also: Manchester College Bulletin, January 1975 p.11; January 1976 p.2.
|Fierd, Eva, Dr.||MC2011/212 ||A caller from Des Moines, Iowa gave some information on Dr. Eva Fierd, born in Liberty Mills, Indiana, in the 1800's. Prior to 1900 she served in Korea as a Presbyterian medical missionary. |
|Financial Aid: Records||MC2002/106 ||Financial Aid Records. Restricted access and reproduction. |
|Financial Records of Manchester College||MC2007/137 |
Financial records of the college, college classes, college student groups and organizations.
Alice King Ebey: Handwritten record of income and expenses for the college including student/faculty/staff accounts. Alice King is included, see: July 7, to December 12, 1898, Alice King 7/16/1898).
Clubs, societies and organizations: Account books for various clubs and organizations. Aurora, College Quartet, Lincoln Adelphia Treasurer's Book, Philalethea Cash Books, Phronia Lethea, Physics (Sigma Pi Sigma), Rhetoria - Mathea or Mathea Rhetoria Society, Science Club, Service Fellowship, Sociology Club, Tau Kappa Alpha Journal of Finances, Y.M.C.A. records for 1930 - 1931, and Women's Glee Club receipt books. Deputation Work at Manchester College 1945 - 1946: Receipts, expenditures and reports by Bill Eberly.
|Financial Records of Manchester College: Tuition and Student Receipts||MC2007/137: Student Accounts, Financial ||Ledgers and receipts of tuition, typewriter and piano fees, lab fees, room and board fees to students from 1893 through at least 1942. This information is part of a much larger collection MC2007/137. |
|Firebaugh, Morris: Publications||MU2012/59 |
Publications of Morris Firebaugh, alumnus of Manchester College.
|Flory, Paul: Biographical Information||MC2008/179 ||Various articles and biographical pieces of information. |
|Flory, Paul: Biography||MC2008/107 ||Biography in "Polymer Pioneers, a Publication of the Center for History of Chemistry." |
|Flory, Paul: Colleague's Collection||MC2005/15 ||Colleague's collection of articles about Flory and personal family correspondence. |
|Flory, Paul: Collection||MC2001/2 |
Paul Flory Collection.
|Flory, Paul: Family History Link with Herbert Hoover||MC2010/19 ||Paul Flory: Relationship to U.S.President Herbert Hoover. |
|Flying Club" Photographs||MC2011/190 |
Four photographs of what appears to be the Flying Club
The 1967 Aurora features the Flying Club on pgs. 62 and 63.
|Folk Guitarists and Singers: Recording||MC2011/87 |
Folk Guitarists and Singers: Recording
Beyond the Sky
More time is need to listen to the full recording an identify singers and songs.
|Food Service Photographs||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Food Service Photographs ||Food Service photographs. |
|Food Service: The Oaks||MC2002/108b |
Food Service Records
|Food Service: The Oaks||MC2009/120 |
Newspaper article: "New Oaks Sets Collegiate Atmosphere."
|Food Service: The Oaks, Photographs||MC2003/368 |
Photographs pertaining to "The Oaks" in it's various locations. History of the various locations ot "The Oaks."
|Football 1928: Photograph||Small Box 76 |
General, brochures etc. - 1999 Homecoming issue, "Big Top" focusing on football at Manchester College.
Football Photograph, 1928.
|Football History at Manchester Collge: Newspaper Articles||MC2010/185 ||Newspaper articles from the Plain Dealer, 6 September 1974 celebrating the 50th anniversary of football at Manchester College. A history of football is given along with interesting memories of Emera Hearne, a member of the first football team at Manchester College. A photograph of Manchester' college's all time scoring leader (as of 1974), Johnny Piper," is included as is a group shot of the first team of 1924, along with the players' names. |
|Football: History of Manchester College and Ball State ||MC2010/196 |
A football history composed by Archivist, Ferne Baldwin, that tells the story behind Manchester College, and rival, Ball State. Also included are the heroic efforts of student, Bob Brandon.
|Football: Miscellaneous||Football: Additional Information |
See Also: Memorabilia; Photo Boxes 10, 11, 12, & 13. Boxes 11, 12, and 13 have been combined and contents are now organized by year or subject within a series of file folders. These file folders are kept at the same location that boxes 11, 12, and 13 had been.
See: Athletics, Football.
|Football: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/4 - Folder #2 ||Undated Football pictures and snapshots. Some possibly from 2001. |
Miscellaneous materials dealing with Forensics, Debate and Speech.
|Forensics and Debate||MC2010/173a,b,c,d |
MC2010/173a: The history of Debate at Manchester College by Dr. Larry Underberg. Other materials include Forensices-Debate History lists of members taken from yearbooks 1910 - 1983
MC2010/173b: An article about a triangular inter-collegiate debate between Goshen College, Mr. Morris College and Manchester College, from the "Oak Leaves." (undated)
MC2010/173c: Department of Communication Studies and Manchester Forensics Union recognize Gary B. Moughler, Kirby Van Vliet, Daniet M. Nickels, Sarah B. Ladd and Amy Graber, for outstanding performance in Public Address, November 1994. Department of Communication Studies and Manchester Forensics Union recognize Lejla Kucukalic, Sami Bradfield and Jen Patterson for outstanding performance in Public Address, 1995.
MC2010/173d: Evaluation forms and guidelines for oral interpretation and debate.
|Forensics: State-Interstate Oratorical Contest Manuscript||MC2011/204 |
Drafts and final drafts of manuscripts tor the State-Interstate Oratorical Contest - various years.
|Forney, Catherine: Illness and Death||MU2013/10 |
One letter from 1925 from Walter Balsbaugh to Brother Ulry. It was sent with monetary gifts to help defray the expenses caused by the illness and death of Sister Catherine Forney.
|Forward Planning: Financial Analysis and Strategic Plan||MU2013/29 |
Summary of Recommendations of Forward Planning Committee, 6 October 1984, with supporting materials from I/CASE, institutional research, books ,articles, and demographics.
|Fountain and Helman Hall: Postcard||MC2003/79 ||Fountain and Helman Hall Postcard |
|Fountain: Postcard||MC2003/54 ||Postcard: Photograph of the original fountain, with College Avenue in the background. Postcard is labeled on front, "Fount on College Campus, North Manchester, Indiana." |
|Fountains: Postcards||MC2002/176 ||Postcards with pictures of the fountains, a copy of an article from North Manchester Journal (1 August 1912), and an information sheet compiled by the archivist. |
|Frantz, Robert||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Frantz, Robert |
Material related to Robert Frantz, including a personal history describing the influence that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had on the life of Bob Frantz.See also: Manchester College General File: Transcripts
|Freshmen in Auditorium circa the 1950's: Photograph||MC2010/167 ||Photograph of freshmen in the auditorium of the old gymnasium, circa the 1950's. |
|Funderburg Family||MC2004/128 ||Funderburg Family Genealogy Information Collection. |
|Funderburg Family||MC2004/532 |
Funderburg Family Materials from the collection of Truman Funderburgh.
|Funderburg Library: Director's Box||MC2012/16 ||Materials from the office of the Funderburg Library Director, Robin Gratz. |
|Funderburg Library: Director's Box, Gene Likens Materials||MC2012/87 |
Gene Likens display case file collection. Biographical material, Helman letter, and photographs given to the College by Dr. Likens, 2005.
|Funderburg Library: Photographs||MC2003/115 |
Photographs of the construction of Funderburg Library (1966)and floor plans, Allen Wilmert and Rob Gratz with Paul Kantbambi of the University of Malawi, May 1988, the 1992 National Library Week Reception, pictures of sculptures, artwork and library equipment, musical instruments, photos of faculty, staff and students....and many more.
|Funderburg Library: Succession of Library Directors and Their Titles||MC2012/90 ||A history of Library Directors at Manchester College from 1889 - 2012. |
|Funderburg, Alvin||MC2008/109 ||Manchester College graduate and author of the Funderburg family history. |
|Fundraising by Decade/Campaign: Centennial Campaign, Step Up To The Future, circa 1988||MC2009/115 ||Newspaper article announcing the launch of the Centennial Campaing with a fundraising event and speech by President Robinson. |
|Fundraising by Decade/Campaign: Congratulatory Gift Matching Newspaper Statement to Companies||MC2009/109 ||Wabash Plain Dealer spread, "Manchester College Congratulates...Container Corporation of America, The General Tire and Rubber Company and Honeywell Inc., For Their Forward-Thinking Action In Establishing Gift Matching Programs To Aid Education..." |
|Fundraising by Decade/Campaign: The Next Step, circa 1997 - 2006||MC2007/10 ||"The Next Step" closing gala. March 19, 2006. |
|Fundraising: Annual Fund||MC2004/44 ||Phonathon, annual fund. |
|Fundraising: Church Giving||MC2004/220 ||Church Giving Records. |
|Fundraising: Reach||MC2007/27 |
Reach: two spiral bound campaign booklets.
|Fundraising: Step up to the Future, National Hometown Tour||MC2006/32 |
"National Hometown Tour "Materials related to fundraising and advancement.
Library Campaign, part of "Step Up to the Future" Centennial Campaign (Large Box 65).
"Gold Club Quarterly, a newsletter for young alumni."
|Future Teachers of America||MC2001/14 |
Future Teachers of America Records
|Future Teachers of America: Award of Honor||MC2004/620 ||Award 12 x 14" award to Future Teachers Association, dated 1948-49. 12 x 14" award to the Otho Winger Chapter, dated 1956-57. |
|Future Teachers of America: Certificate||MC2004/623 ||Future Teachers of America: Certificate shows that chapter was in good standing from 1940 until 1957. |
|Gadfly Newsletter: Helman, A. Blair Papers ||MC2004/305 |
From v. 1 no.4 of Gadfly: "We the editors and writers of this paper are active student leaders...therefore we take it upon ourselves to open a new channel of communication on the Manchester Campus. Other channels are open...but these channels are restricted by procedure and burdened by triviality. We propose as a newspaper to fight the following: 1. The continuation of student apathy...2. The continuation of student ignorance...3. The continuation of hypocrisy between policy and reality within our community. 4. The continuation of undemocratic authority within our community."
|Garner, Warren||Faculty Staff Boxes: Garner, Warren ||Material related to Warren Garner, Practical Arts and Letters, Education, Department Head. |
|Garner, Warren Collection: Felt Pillow Cover, Belt-buckle and 1950 Athletic Pass||MC2008/187a,b,c ||Warren Garner Collection. |
|Garner, Warren: Education and Professional Programs Division||MC2004/256 ||Warren Garner correspondence 1976-1980 |
|Garver, Earl S.||MC2004/85 ||Earl Garver: Brethren Service Committee poster. |
|Gender Studies ||MC General File: Gender Issues ||Symposium on Women and Work," 1994. |
|Gender Studies: Poem, Gender Roles||MC General File: Gender Issues |
Poem regarding male/female gender roles written by a student, 1978.
|Gender Studies: Sexuality||MC General File: Gender Issues |
Sexuality, Human :"Men Who Cross-Dress..." flyer.
|Genealogy||MC General File: Genealogy |
An assortment of resources for the study of genealogy including:
"Finding Indiana Ancestors."
"Who's That Behind You?" "The Family Circle," article by Stewart Robertson.
"The Genealogical Helper."
"Surname File, Contributor's name and address," March 1984
"Allen County Public Library, Ft. Wayne, IN, Genealogy Department," brochure.
Loehr, Frederick and Baer, Judith.
Margaret Miller Bowman, copy of article signed by Ruel B. Pritchett.
See Also: "Family Branches," Newsletter of the Wabash County Genealogical Society, Vol. 6 No. 1 August 2000, and other assorted issues located in the Publications Section of the Archives.
|General Education Requirements: NCA Materials, 1992 ||2003/347 |
North Central Accreditation Materials, 1992 - 24 files.
|Ghayur, Arif||MC General File: Faculty, New |
From the fact sheet, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Arif Ghayur will be teaching sociology courses. He has taught a variety of subjects in a number of colleges and universities. His degrees are from Karachi University, University of Massachusetts and St. John's University.
Also see materials in Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Ghayur, Arif.
|Gilbert, Arthur||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Gilbert, Arthur |
Material related to Arthur Gilbert, Social Sciences, Economics and Business.
|Gilbert, Peggy||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Gilbert, Peggy |
Material related to Peggy Gilbert, Practical Arts and Letters, Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
|Gindin, Suzanne||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Gindin, Suzanne ||Material related to Suzanne Gidin, Music. Suzanne was conductor of the Manchester Symphony Orchestra and a professor at Manchester College. |
|Glade, Henry||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Glade, Henry |
Material related to Henry Glade, Modern Languages, Department Head.
See also: Henry Glade photograph from class, in photos with accession number MC2006/31 located in photo box #165.
|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.
|Glover, Victor||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Glover, Victor ||Material related to Victor Glover, Social Sciences, Psychology. |
|Gockley, Anna: Student, Mt. Morris, Plant Analysis Notebook ||MC 2011/124 |
About 52 plants are recorded in this personal notebook kept by Anna Gockley, thought to be a student at Mt. Morris College, Illinois in 1987. The book is dated May 9, 1887 and spans spans May 9, 1887 through April 24, 1890. The preprinted formatted notebook is entitled, “APGAR’S PLANT ANALYSIS: Adapted to Gray’s Botanies," by E. A. and A. C. Apgar. Although preformatted, the individual fills in the blanks. Ms. Gockley included localities where specimens were found, such as:
Timber near Spring Creek,
Timber near Frenchtown, Iowa,
New Cemetery, Mt. Morris, Illinois,
College Campus, Mt. Morris, Illinois.
See Also: Botany Notebook of Mt. Morris College student, Cottrell, D. Owen, MC2011/114, and that of Mt. Morris College student, E. N. Goshorn, MC2011/125
|Goldwater, Barry: Contact Prints||MU2013/7 |
Contact prints from the visit Barry Goldwater made to Manchester College one week after Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke on campus 1 February 1968.
|Goldwater, Barry: Speech at Manchester College 1968||MC2011/6 |
A recording of the speech Barry Goldwater made when on campus in 1968, a week following Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s visit to campus.
|Gongwer, Mary Blocher||MC2010/12 |
Memory and Fellowship Book of Manchester College alumna, Mary S. Blocher Gongwer (BA 1926). The book records Mary's Manchester College Experience.
|Gordon, Sol: Coming to Terms with Your Own Sexuality, Convocation #20A, 1976||Convocation #20A: Gordon, Sol ||Dr. Sol Gordon speaks on "Coming to Terms with Your Own Sexuality," 26 February 1976. |
|Goshen College||MC2002/2z ||A Blair Helman Papers: In1964, representatives from Goshen College and Manchester College met to explore the possibilities of cooperative projects in BCA and in the science division. |
|Goss, Madonna Wine||Video Tribute to Madonna Wine Goss ||MC alumna, Madonna Wine Goss ,Video Tribute by Bill Jacobs. |
|Graduate Program: MACL||MC2004/737 ||Master of Arts in Contemporary Leadership (MACL) Proposal |
|Graduate Program: Masterworks Syllabi||MC2004/110 ||Graduate Program: Syllabi for GS and other graduate courses. Includes 2002-02 LDR syllabi from Master of Arts in Contemporary Leadership (MACL) program. |
|Graduation Event: Photograph, circa 1920's||MC2011/179 |
This photograph of a graduation event is not titled or dated so one can not be sure if it related to Manchester College or not. It was found with photographs of Manchester College, Mount Morris College and pictures related to the Church of the Brethren. The image was made by "Rickert Studio, Huntington, Indiana," a town close to Manchester College, so therefore could be Manchester College or a related institution. Evidence pointing away from Manchester College comes from the lack of individuals dressed in Brethren garb. There might be one man in a Brethren collar at the back table towards the viewer's left. Manchester College Faculty and Staff are not identifable.
|Graduation Pledge||MC2002/125 |
Graduation Pledge Alliance.
Newspaper clippings and brochures.
MC2004/281: File #15 for informational brochures regarding the Graduation Pledge Alliance.
The Manchester Monitor/ 14 May 2002 p.9; The News-Journal, 8 May 2001 p.8.
|Grant, Jamie||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Grant, Jamie ||Material related to Jamie Grant, Director of Admissions. |
|Grant: College Science Improvement Program||MC2003/293 ||College Science Improvement Program |
|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.
|Gratz, James||Faculty Staff Boxes: Gratz, James |
Material regarding James Gratz, Practical Arts and Letters, Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
See also: Photo Boxes 11, 12, 13 (combined): Coaches, for James Gratz photographs.
|Gratz, Robin: Tribute||MC2012/92 |
A tribute to Rob Gratz presented by future Library Director, Jill Lichtsinn at the PALNI (Private Academic Library Network of Indiana) meeting at Butler University in Indianapolis.
|Groninger, Joy: Publications and Design||MC2009/14 |
Personal and Assorted departmental files from Joy Groninger, Publications and Design.
|Groombridge, Lana ||Faculty/Staff: Groombridge, Lana |
Material regarding Lana Groombridge, Practical Arts and Letters, Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
See also: Manchester College Bulletin January 1978 p.3-5; The News-Journal 26 November 2002 p.8B, as well as Lana Groombridge's, Health and Physical Education Department, Clippings Book 1993 - 2006, MC2008/147.
|Guide Book||MC2002/320 |
Manchester College Guide Book and Spartan Cue Collection.
Books from 1969 - 1979 and beyond.
See Also: Student Handbook.
|Gwong, Moy||Alumni Box 187: Gwong |
Moy Gwong was the first international student to receive a degree from Manchester College in 1920. He went on to be an outstanding Church of the Brethren missionary in China.
|Gwong, Moy||Alumni Box 187: Gwong, Moi |
Materials related to Moy Gwong, Manchester Class of 1920.
|Gyrion, Larry: Faculty/Staff||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Gyrion, Larry ||Larry Gyrion worked at Manchester College for twelve and a half years. This is a copy of an email message that was sent by Michael Case, ITS Director, at the time of Larry's departure from the College. |
|Habitat for Humanity: Awards||MC2012/25 |
Awards presented to the Manchester College Chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
|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.
|Hamer: Collection of Manchester College Related Materials||ROSeptember2012/12 |
- College Women's Club banquets - 1952 programs and menus.
- Newspaper article - Andre Cordier's son, Lowell Cordier, weds Joan Donovan.
- Commencement exercises - Mount Morris College - 1932.
- Mount Morris College Bulletin - College-Nursing Course and Student Self-Help Issue - 1932.
- Andrew Cordier bulletin cover.
- 1947 Rotogravure - Manchester College.
|Hardman, Eva: Diploma, Bible School, 1897||MC2009/65 ||Hardman, Eva, diploma from The Bible School, 1897 |
|Hare, Polly||Alumna |
Materials related to Polly Hare, peace activist.
Researcher Randall Burton has done work on the life of Polly Hare. Contact Archivist for images.
|Harold Daveler and Auditorium Lighting Unit: Photographs||MC2009/59 ||Daveler, Harold, and the remote control lighting unit installed in the Manchester College auditorium. |
|Harshbarger, Richard||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Harshbarger, Richard |
Material related to Richard Harshbarger, Social Sciences, Economics and Business, Department Head.
See also: Photographs of Richard Harshbarger in the Large Faculty/Staff Photo Boxes
|Hate E-Mail Incident, 1998||MC2011/193 ||In 1998 a threatening e-mail message was sent to nearly every minority and international student at the College. It was sent of-campus through an e-mail forwarding service in California in order to make it anonymous. These materials record the events and circumstances surrounding that time. The College President pledged that the College would do whatever it could to address the challenges it was facing and to insure that the College is a place where "EVERY student, faculty, staff, and family member can feel comfortable and supported, and at home in a College and town where each person matters." |
|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.
|Hay, Mary Elizabeth: Certificate, Business Writing, 1919||MC2004/667 ||1919 Certificate in Penmanship for Practical Business Writing through the Zaner Method of Arm Movement Writing, Ina Hornish, instructor. Student: Mary Elizabeth Hay |
|Health & Physical Education Syllabi: Education and Professional Programs Division ||MC2004/100 |
Health and Physical Education Department Syllabi Collection
|Health and Physical Education Handbook: Education and Professional Programs Division ||MC2004/111 ||Health & Physical Education Department handbook. |
|Heavilon, Terry||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Heavilon, Terry |
Material related to Terry Heavilon, Practical Arts and Letters, Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
|Heifer Project International||MC2010/80a-e |
This informative DVD/CD combination has pictures of individuals throughout the world who have received livestock from Heifer International as well as pictures of volunteers who have contributed to Heifer International. Also is information about Dan West as well as the Andy Murray songs:
"Cowboy Dan" and "One Person at a Time"
|Helman Tapes: Centennial Interview with Tim Jones 1988||MC2011/62 |
A Manchester College Centennial Interview with President Helman on 8 June 1988 by Timothy Jones.
|Helman Tapes: Centennial Interview with Tim Jones Part 1 and 2||MC2011/64a,b ||Centennial interview with President A. Blair Helman by Tim Jones, May 1988 accessioned as MC20211/64a,b. The third interview is accessioned as MC2011/62 and was recorded on 8 June 1988. |
|Helman Tapes: Exit Interview 30 April 1986 ||MC2011/63 ||Student George Boudreau's interview with President A. Blair Helman on 30 April 1986. |
|Helman Tapes: Exit Interview with A. Blair and Patricia at Tall Oaks ||MC2011/66 ||Helman Tapes: A. Blair Helman and Patricia Helman are interviewed in Tall Oaks in 1986 by student, George Boudreau. |
|Helman Tapes: Movie Awards||MC2011/61 ||Mrs. Patricia Helman presents the Helman Movie Awards, "Stars Fell in September." Dr. David Waas, Master of Ceremonies. The "Oakey Awards," in honor of people whose talent and creativity has brought us entertainment throughout the years. A comedic spoof. |
|Helman Tapes: Retirement Part 1, 2 and 3||MC2011/65a,b |
Three cassette tapes with tributes to A. Blair Helman upon his retirement and corresponing CDs.
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: Criticism of the College||MC2004/299 ||File 1 Correspondence that criticizes various stances, activities, and admissions policies at the College by individuals. |
File 2 Correspondence of similar nature to File 1, from churches.
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: College evaluations||MC2004/296 ||CSCA Manchester Visitation report, Institutional Functioning Inventory (1971), doctorate recipients by baccalaureate sources. |
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: Planning Committee Records||MC2004/332 |
Curriculum Review: Planning Committee - Curriculum, Student Welfare, Spiritual Life, Recreation, Physical Education & Athletics, Public Relations, Finance, Faculty Development, Curriculum, Buildings.
|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.
|Helman, A. Blair Papers: Vietnam War era||MC2004/297 |
During the Vietnam War era, Manchester College faced criticism from its own students as well as from outside entities. Correspondence and other material regarding the College's handling of the issues surrounding the Vietnam War.
|Helman, A. Blair: Memorabilia||MC2012/83 ||Memorabilia of A. Blair Helman found in the basement of the Administration Building including a personally autographed book to Dr. Blair Helman from Kuniyoshi Obara, the founder of Tamagawa. |
|Helman, A. Blair: Speeches and Addresses||MC2011/167 ||Addresses authored and delivered by President A. Blair Helman were found in the Archives vault by the Archivist. Eight of the speeches are not identified as being Helman's but they are clearly composed in Helman's writing style. Also, they had been stacked with Helman speeches that do identify Helman as author either through label or content. It is the Archivist's belief that all of the writings are those of A. Blair Helman. |
|Helman, Pat: Star Church Service||MC2011/83 |
Pat Helman begins this tape and other voices are added. It is a spiritual star search in quest of understanding God. The victory of light over darkness as a symbol of the living God that rules in the heavens. This narration was to accompany a slide presentation.
|Helman: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/9 |
Information and photographs about A. Blair and Pat Helman.
Photographs from the farewell celebration and from the welcoming of President Robinson and family.
|Hendrickson, Mr. Ira and Mrs. Edna (McNeel) ||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Hendrickson, Mr. Ira and Mrs. Edna (McNeel) |
Materials relating to Mr. Ira Hendrickson (Professor of History and Latin). Mrs. Edna (formerly McNeel) Hendrickson, Professor of Oil, Watercolor, Pastel.
See Also: Manchester College Bulletin November 1952 p.2. for additional material on Ira and Edna (McNeel) Hendrickson.
|Heritage Tours: Church of the Brethren||MC2006/34 |
Church of the Brethren Tours led by L. W. Shultz.
|Hicks, David||Faculty/Staff: Hicks, David |
Material regarding David Hicks.
See also: Manchester College General File: Faculty, New
|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.
|Historical Mural: Church of the Brethren||BC2007/2 |
History: Church of the Brethren history mural.
See Also: Professor L. W. Shultz gives a narration of the paintings included in the history mural. See the Digital Media Cabinet.
|History and Political Science ||Large Box 95 |
Letter of invitation to Fr. Thomas Cowley, O.P. from Allen C. Deeter, Associate Dean of the College, to speak on the internal situation in Chili (1972) and Modern Developments in South America.
|History and Political Science: From the Administration Building||ROOcotber2012/26 |
A variety of materials removed from the offices of History and Political Sciences during moves out of the Administration Building, Summer of 2012.
|History and Political Science: From the Administration Building||ROOctober2012/27 ||Core Materials and Special Problems - History and Polticial Science. |
|History and Political Science: From the Admnistration Building||ROOctober2012/28 ||Core Materials and Special Problems - History and Political Science. Syllabi. Social Service core materials 1974. |
|History and Political Science: Syllabi||MC2004/108 ||History and Political Science syllabi. |
|History of Manchester College: Written ||MC2004/257: Written Histories ||Barnhart, Marjorie. "Manchester College Starting to Build Campus-of-Future." The News-Sentinel. 8 November 1947. |
Bavender, Christine. "Manchester Born as a Seminary." Wabash Plain Dealer. 2 May 1989.
Ferne Baldwin's word-processed notes from The College Standard.
"Manchester College." Undated, unsigned document describing the history of the College.
"Manchester College Begins 85th Year This September." Unknown newspaper. 16 August 1973.
"Manchester College Dates Back to 1860 in Roanoke." Wabash Plain-Dealer & Times Star. 17 May 1941.
Schwalm, V.F. "Some Periods and Persons in the History of M.C." Text of speech given by V. F. Schwalm during A. Blair Helman's tenure as president.
Notecards with typewritten notes about College history.
|History: Indiana, Town of North Manchester and Local||MC2009/34 |
Author, Theodore Dreiser, visited North Manchester during the summer of 1915. His observations of the community were included in his autobiography, "A Hoosier Holiday." John Knarr writes about Dreiser's family and includes material on the Snap/Snepp/Sheneb/Shenep/Schneb/Schnebb family as well as on the Fruit family.
A second article, "A Trip to Niagara Falls, 1925," was discovered among papers donated to the North Manchester Center for History by Descendants of Ellis and Harold Miller.
|History: Newspaper and Magazine ||MC2008/197 |
Collection of newspapers and magazines from 1918 through 1974. The first article is titled, "Kaiser Abdicates Throne; Surrender Is At Hand, Say German Socialists." The last article is headlined, "Nixon's transcription of Watergate Tapes, The next question: Will House be satisfied?"
|History: Postcard, Dead Man's Hill, Argonne, 1918||MC2009/136 ||History, Indiana and Local: Postcard: Dead Man's Hill, Captured by the 35th, 26 September 1918, Argonne. |
|History: The Immortal J. N.||MC2011/199 |
"The Immortal J. N.," Jacob Newman Free, was a frequent visitor of Warsaw, Indiana and Kosciusko County. He had long, flowing gray hair and would gather a crowd on a street corner and make an address on various topics. He never lingered long in one place. This folder contains his history, image, and several stories.
|History: The Village of Roanoke and the Wasmuth Family||MU2012/104 |
"The Saga of a Hoosier Village," by E. M. Wasmuth that tells the story of Roanoke, Indiana and the Wasmuth family. Also included is information about the early years of Roanoke Classical Seminary.
|History: Town of North Manchester and Manchester College||Centennial Section of Newspaper |
Centennial Section of Newspaper containing the history of Manchester College and of the Town of North Manchester.
"Manchester College Begins 85th Year This September, College, Town, Church History Linked Closely."
|History: Webster, Mary, Scrapbook, 1882||MC2009/36 || Mary E. Webster Scrapbook, Eureka, Kansas, 1882. |
|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.
|Hohman, Adam||Faculty / Staff Boxes 46-48: Hohman, Adam ||Material related to Adam Hohman, Director of Admissions and former Assistant Director of Operations in the Admissions Office. |
|Holl, Carl Waldo||MC2007/104 ||Newspaper articles about Holl, including Holl as a recipient of the Manufacturing Chemists' Association 1958 College Chemistry Teacher Awards. |
|Holl, Carl Waldo Papers: Manufacturing Chemists' Association Special Award Materials||MC2004/221 ||Manufacturing Chemists' Association Special Award Materials |
|Holl, Carl Waldo Papers: Manufacturing Chemists' Association Teacher Award-Photographs||MC2004/222 |
On 12 June 1958, Carl Waldo Holl received a College Chemistry Teacher Award from the Manufacturing Chemists' Association (MCA).
Photographs showing Carl W. Holl and the other five winners with Mr. Ernest Hart (chairman of the board of MCA) and General John E. Hull (president of MCA). The second shows Carl W. Holl receiving his award from Mr. Ernest Hart.
|Holl, Carl Waldo Papers; Manchester College Teaching Position Letter||MC2004/228 ||Letter from President Otho Winger, offering Dr. Holl a teaching position in the science department. Dated 9 March 1923. |
|Holl, Carl Waldo: Photographs||MC2004/223 |
*Deaccessioned and given to Carolyn Holl Leffel, sister of Carl W. Holl, Jr.
|Holl, Carl Waldo: Teaching contracts||MC2004/265 |
Carl Waldo Holl Papers: Teaching Contracts.
Some materials may be confidential.
|Holsinger, Clyde W.||Special Collections: 783.4 M312 1975 ||Recording: "In Memoriam Clyde W. Holsinger 1919 - 1975," Manchester College A Cappella Choir 1974 - 1975, John H. Planer, Acting Director. |
|Holsinger, Clyde: Memorial Service||MC2011/28 ||Dr. Clyde W. Holsinger's memorial service, 18 April 1975. |
|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.
|Holsinger, Messiah, 1951: Photograph||MC2011/109 ||This is a photograph of Dr. Clyde Holsinger directing "The Messiah," 1951. The picture was taken in the old auditorium/gymnasium with the Symphony Orchestra and combined choral groups. |
|Home Management||MC2010/94 |
Photographs: Home Management / Home Economics.
|Homecoming Photograph Collection||MC2004/126 |
Homecoming Photograph Collection
Primarily black and white pictures, photographed by Scott McAlpine at Homecoming 1992 (10/17)
|Homecoming: Kings and Queens, Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/7a - Folder #3 ||Homecoming and other Kings and Queens circa the 1900's and beyond. |
|Homecoming: Photographs, Oak Leaves||MU2012/14 ||The pictures are most likely from the October 1998 Homecoming festivities. They include the Homecoming King and Queen and Homecoming parade in the rain. Also included are images of Football, Soccer, President Marden and "Now is the Time, Steele for Congress." |
|Homecoming: Postcards, 1996||MC2003/89 |
Photographs & postcards: Homecoming 1996 Postcards:
BW photograph of football game circa 1940. Back labeled, "Manchester College, Office of Alumni Administration. Do you remember this? It's Manchester College homecoming action from 1940. Like any homecoming event, it created memories that last a lifetime. Relive your Manchester memories when you return for homecoming October 19, 1996. Mark your calendars now!" Unused cards.
|Homecoming: Records||MC2002/131 |
Homecoming records, 1929-2000 and 2007, including Homecoming 23 October 1954 Souvenir Program, Manchester Spartans vx. Anderson Ravens.
One Homecoming Souvenir Program, Manchester Spartans vs. Anderson Ravens, 23 October 1954 (added by J. Wine 20 June 2008).
One 1943 Homecoming Banquet menu and Program with autographs.
One oak leaf nametag for the homecoming celebration of the Class of 1932.
For more information on Homecoming see: Union Program Council; Oak Leaves, 13 October 1960 p.1, 2, 3 (photo); 20 October, 1960 p.1; 3 October, 1963 p.1 (history); 1 October, 1964 p.1; 8 October 1964, p.1; Photo Boxes 42 & 43.
|Honors Convocation: Programs||MCGeneral File: Honors Convocation ||Honors Convocation: Programs for May 1994, 2005, 2006. |
|Honors Program: Flyer||MC2004/281: File #2 ||Honors flyer in File #2 Admission. This flyer is part of the larger collection MC2004/281. |
|Hood, Jeffrey||MC General File: Faculty, New, Hood, Jeffrey |
From the fact sheet, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Jeff hood has been appointed as Assistant Football Coach and a teacher in physical education.
See also: Material related to Jeffrey Hood in the Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48
|How Viable is Capitalism?||Convocation Tape #33b: Lens, Sidney |
How Viable is Capitalism? The presenter speaks on one out of five topics that included
- New Directions in the Labor Movement and
- Socialism for the Rich
- In what sense is business changing?
- What's threatening Capitalism?
|Howe: Roanoke Classical Seminary||MC General File: Faculty/Staff, Howe |
Professor Howe moved Roanoke Classical Seminary to North Manchester. He is considered to be the College's first president.
Manchester College Bulletin, February 1950 p.1.
Oak Leaves, 3 October 1963 p.3, 5; Roanoke Classical Seminary History.
|HPI Living Gift Market: Poster||MC2010/20h ||MC2010/20h; Poster for the HPI Living Gift Market sponsored by North Manchester Area Churches. This poster is part of the larger collection MC2010/20. |
|Huffman, Virginia Slabaugh||MC2009/189 ||"The Acorn," 1938, beloning to Virginia Slabaugh Huffman. |
|Human Resources: Records||MC2002/136 |
Human Resources records.
Affirmative action, student employment, staff handbooks, A. Blair Helman Papers - Human Resources Material MC2002/2d.
|Human Resources: Temporary Employees||MC2003/246 |
Temporary employees materials;
|Human Rights Awareness Week||MC2004/65 ||Flyer from 1985 Human Rights Awareness Week. |
|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. |
|Hustin, Deb||Faculty Staff Boxes: Hustin, Deb |
Material related to Deb Huston.
MC General File: Faculty, New
From the fact sheet, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Deborah Hustin will be teaching mathematics and computer courses. Her degrees are from Colgate University and Duke University and she has taught at several colleges, most recently Dickinson College.
|Hygiene and Practical Cooking||MC2004/684-1, 684-2 ||Brochure from 1900 announcing courses in hygiene and practical cooking and possible signature of A. B. Ulrey. |
|Hygienic Laboratory: Brochure, 1900||MC2004/694 |
Brochure introducing The Hygienic Laboratory, A. B. Ulrey, A. M. Director.
The Hygienic Laboratory was prepared to make sanitary examinations such as:
1. The examination of water for impurities as germs producing disease...
2. Tests for the presence of germs causing Consumption in cases where the disease is suspected, also in the milk supply which often contains these bacteria.
3. The chemical examination of the water of the body (urinalysis).
4. An examination of the blood by means of special instruments for that purpose to ascertain indications of disease.
There are NINE of these examinations in total.
|Hymn to Manchester||MU2013/30 |
Hymn to Manchester and the Class of 1950, with words and music by Wilson B. Lutz. Hymn to Manchester, with words by Charles Klinger and music by Wilson B. Lutz, 2013. Related correspondence.
|Hymnal and Bible Information||MC2004/534 ||Information pertaining to German bibles and hymnals. |
|Ikenberry Award||MC2002/140 |
Award in honor of L.D. Ikenberry, former treasurer and former acting president of Manchester College.
|Ikenberry Hall Photographs||Photo Box 106, Buildings, Ikenberry Hall |
An assortment of photographs of Ikenberry Hall and the gentlemen who resided there.
|Ikenberry Hall: Plea for Preservation||MC General File: Ikenberry Hall ||Concerns for the preservation of Ikenberry Hall. |
|Ikenberry Hall: Postcards, circa 1911||MC2011/206a,b |
Two postcards with the same image of "Young Men's Hall, North Manchester." This building was also known as Ikenberry Hall. Each card has a one cent stamp and a postmark of North Manchester, IND, Jul 21, 5 PM, 1911.
The cards were addressed to Mrs. Louis Achzehner of Newport, Kentucky.
|Ikenberry Serenade Photographs||MC2004/536 |
Ikenberry Serenade Photograph Collection.
Photographs, student life, see photo box #106. These pictures include:
- 1987 Ikenberry Seranade.
- 1989 Ikenberry Seranade.
- 1991 Ikenberry Seranade (formerly in photo box #1 and is part of MC2004/131-12). Picture in 1992 Aurora. Perhaps the last serenade before Ikenberry was torn down.
- Another photograph marked "Last Ikenberry Serenade, Aurora 1991-1992" (but not to be found in Aurora). One man can be found in this picture and in the 1991 photo, but is wearing a different outfit. Other pictures are in the 1989, 1990 and 1991 Auroras...and so, maybe there was a special last performance of the Ikenberry Serenade?
- Other photographs have been added to this file but the names and years have not been recorded to date.
|Ikenberry, L. D.||Faculty Staff Boxes: Ikenberry, L. D. |
Material relating to L. D. Ikenberry.
|Ikenberry, L. D.||MC General File: Faculty/Staff |
Material regarding L. D. Ikenberry [Levi Daniel] who between 1900 and 1943,taught mathematics, science, astronomy, pedagogy, geology, and served as treasurer, vice president, and acting president of Manchester College. Ikenberry Hall was named in his honor. He died on December 29, 1957.
Interview of Wilbur Dunbar by Ferne Baldwin regarding Wilbur's Grandfather, L. D. Ikenberry. Personal letter telling stories about his grandfather.
|Ikenberry, L. D. Surveys Land with Students: Photograph ||MC2009/181 |
L. D. Ikenberry surveys land with students, possibly for the frame gym.
L. D. Ikenberry was an architect and responsible for much of the rebuilding and remodeling on the early campus during the presidency of Otho Winger. In this photo the Bible Building and Bumgerdner Hall had not yet been connected. It appears that L. D. Ikenberry and most-likely, students, are surveying in preparation to construct another building. The construction of the gym was planned and announced by Winger to the Board of Trustees on 25 September 1911.
|Illegal Activities and Incidents||MC2002/141 |
Illegal Activities Records:
Records, correspondence, articles, reports of studies.
|Inauguration: Photographs from Oak Leaves or Aurora Offices||MU2012/54 |
One photograph is marked "inauguration" - perhaps of President Robinson? A. Blair Helman is in the picture. Some other faculty members are identified.
|Independent Colleges and Universities of Indiana 1968 - 1972: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/288 |
Independent Colleges and Universities of Indiana:
File 1 Correspondence, 1968-1969.
File 2 Correspondence, 1969-1972.
See Also: Indiana Association of Church-Related and Independent Colleges.
|Independent Studies||MC2002/142 |
Independent Studies Records and Special Problems.
Individualized programs 1960-1990, general information.
These materials include but are not limited to:
- A Student's Guide to Independent Study, 1977.
- Guidelines for special problems courses, 1970.
- Memo from Professor Charles Klingler, 1978.
- Rebuttal to Oak Leaves article from May 1978.
- Application for Independent Study, 1977.
- Minutes of the Individual Instruction Committee, 2 September 1977.
See Also: Two Large Boxes on top of Filing Cabinets (IIS) containing material on Special Problems. These Materials have not yet been accessioned.
|Independent Study Papers: Art||MC2012/67 |
Independent Study Papers: Art
||Batzka, Stephen A.
||The Visual Arts And Contemporary Religion|
|Independent Study Papers: Biology||MC2012/68a-jj ||Independent Study Papers: Biology. |
|Independent Study Papers: Chemistry||MC2012/69 ||Independent Study Papers: Chemistry |
|Independent Study Papers: Economics & Business||MC2012/70,a-i ||Independent Study Papers: Economics & Business. |
|Independent Study Papers: Education||MC2012/71a,b,c ||Independent Study Papers: Education. |
|Independent Study Papers: English||MC2012/72a-m ||Independent Study Papers: English. |
|Independent Study Papers: History||MC2012/73a-j ||Independent Study Papers: History. |
|Independent Study Papers: Home Economics||MC2012/75a,b,c ||Independent Study Papers: Home Economics. |
|Independent Study Papers: Math||MC2012/76a,b,c ||Independent Study Papers: Math |
|Independent Study Papers: Modern Languages||MC2012/74a-p ||Independent Study Papers: Modern Languages. |
|Independent Study Papers: Music||MC2012/77 |
Independent Study Papers: Music.
||A Survey of West African Music
|Independent Study Papers: Physical Education||MC2012/78 |
Independent Study Papers: Physical Education.
|MC2012/78||Seymoure, Cathy||Techniques Involving the Roving Player in Women's Basketball||1963-1964|
|Independent Study Papers: Physics||MC2012/77a ||Independent Study Papers: Physics |
|Independent Study Papers: Political Science||MC2012/78a-h ||Papers: Political Science. |
|Independent Study Papers: Psychology||MC20212/79a-m ||Independent Study Papers: Psychology. |
|Independent Study Papers: Religion||MC2012/80a-bb ||Independent Study Papers: Religion. |
|Independent Study Papers: Sociology||MC2012/81a-t ||Independent Study Papers: Sociology. |
|Independent Study Papers: Speech||MC2012/82a-h ||Independent Study Papers: Speech. |
|Indiana Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance||Unrecorded |
Indiana Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
- State physical educators group honors two Manchester students.
|Indiana Association of Church-Related and Independent Colleges 1954 - 1968: Helman, A. Blair Papers ||MC2004/289 ||Indiana Association of Church-Related and Independent Colleges: Correspondence, 1954-1968 |
|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).
|Indiana Heritage Research Grant ||MC General File: Indiana Heritage |
Thank you letter, from Karl F. Merritt, Manchester College to the Indiana Heritage Research Grants. 1989.
|Indiana History: Roann Memorabilia||MC2010/123 |
One piece of memorabilia from the State Exchange Bank, serving Roann since 1882.
A copy of a One Thousand dollar bank note (?) from 1840 (?) on the recto, with an advertistement and program for festival honoring the history of the town of Roann, Indiana on the verso :
- 1816 - Roann Remembers - 1966
|Indiana History: Wabash Courthouse||MC2010/125 ||A photograph circa the 1930's - 1940's (look at car) of the Wabash County Courthouse. |
|Influenza||Resources: Influenza, Flu |
The book, "Memories of...Manchester," by Otho Winger, former President of Manchester College, pgs.39-40. The accession page offers excerpts of President Winger's experiences on campus caring for students during the flu epidemic circa 1918. :
See Also: Oak Leaves, December 1918 p.7, 8, 9, 10-12, 13; January 1919 p.6, 7, 8, 9, 11-12; February 1919 p.7, 10; March 1919 p.10; April 1919 p.8, 10; May 1919 p.2-4; Aurora, 1919 p.6-7, 21, 36,
|Initiation: Hazing||Resources: Initiation |
Oak Leaves, 31 October 1925 p.3; 1 October 1964 p.3; 8 October 1964 p.1; 15 October 1964 p.2.
See Also: Camp Mack Day.
|Institutional Research||MC2009/171 |
This folder contains but is not limited to the following:
1. Failing And Incomplete Grades: Fall 1979 - January 1984.
2. 1976-1977 statistics for Fall Term 1976, number of full-time undergraduate students according to Indiana county.
3. Graph showing the number of classes and class size by year, 1970 - 1980.
4. Admissions profile issued 8/27/97 for Fall 1986 through Fall 1996.
5. "Characteristics of Freshmen Entering Manchester College Fall, 1970."
6. 1985 Freshman Profile from selected institutions.
7. Fall Term 1989: majors listed by incoming Freshmen.
8. Fall Term 1992: majors listed by incoming Freshmen
9. "Prelimlinary Report on the Academic Profile," from Roger Buzzard, Director of General Education, 18 August 1988.
10. "Student Survey 1995, Seeking to serve student needs better."
11. News Release 15 March 1973 giving characterization of student body.
12. 1971 questionnaire.
13. Freshmen placement (1990?).
14. Incoming student testing results.
|Institutional Research: How the Class of 1998 Came to Manchester College ||MC2009/168 |
Institutional Research: "How the Class of 1998 Came to Manchester College."
1. One report giving characteristics of students from Fall 1994 through graduation 1998.
|Institutional Research: CUES Information Collection||MC2004/50 ||Institutional Research: College and University Environment Scale, 1971. CUES Information Collection. |
|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. |
|Institutional Research: Statistics for Freshmen 1981 and 1982 ||MC2009/164 |
1981 and 1982 Freshman class profiles and characteristics.
Questionnaire from the Cooperative Institutional Research Program conducted jointly by the American Council on Education and the University of California, Los Angeles.
|Interdepartmental Humanities: Syllabi||MC2004/99 |
Interdepartmental (Humanities) Syllabi Collection:
- File #1. 1999-2002.
- File #2. 2002-2003.
|International Business Trip to Bangladesh: Education and Professional Programs Division||MC2009/71 File Folder MC2009/71-V:Various ||International Business Trip to Bangladesh, 1982. Poster. See MC2009/71 File Folder MC2009/71-V:Various, including Admissions Material, parents' Weekend, Fundraising, Phonathon. Graphic Department. |
|International Fair: Publicity, 2002||MC2004/681 ||Poster from 2002 International Fair:
1. Manchester International Fair, the Global Village, April 21, 2002. Poster made by the Manchester College Graphics department.
|International Fair: Records||MC2002/145 |
International Fair records including programs, articles, and memos.
|International or German Music Group Circa 1953: Photograph||MC2010/144 ||Group of students, one with a musical instrument, some women in German costume, posing for the camera. One student is Lois Snyder. |
|International Student Group and Multicultural Event: Photographs||MC2009/188 |
Picture of international student group taken in front of the old gymnasium.
Photographs from international/multicultural event like the International Fair.
|International Week: Posters||MC2009/71-E |
International Week Posters. File Folder MC2009/71-E, object number MC2009/71-E,n.
|International Week: Records||MC2002/148 |
International Week records.
|Interview Tapes and Transcripts||MC General File: Transcripts of Interview ||Manchester College alumnus, T. Quentin Evans: Transcript of an 18 July 1988 interview recording his time as a student and later as a faculty person. This is from one of a series of interview tapes done under the support of the Lily funds received by Manchester College in 1987. The interview probably took place along with interviews by Wilbur Dunbar, Lola Sanger, Robert Frantz, Dr. Phillip Orpurt. David Waas was probably also interviewed at that time (transcript is undated). |
|Jackson, Jesse: Speech at Manchester College||MC2011/7 |
This CD and audio-tape are probably from "An Experience in Soul," a "March 30 - April 1 event held on Manchester College Campus in 1969.
|Jackson, Rev. Jesse: ||MU2013/5 |
Contact prints made from negatives recording Rev. Jesse Jackson's visit to Manchester College in the spring of 1969.
|Jackson, Rev. Jesse: Photographs||Manchester College Bulletin Vol. 61: Number 8, June 1969 ||Rev. Jesse Jackson: Photos from "An Experience in Soul, " March 30 - April 1, event held on campus. |
|January Term||MC2010/103 |
"The News-Sentinel, Roto, March 14, 1970. Two page newspaper spread about Manchester College students exploring Mexico during January term under the direction of James R. C. Adams.
|January Term: Photographs||MC2004/125 |
January Term Children's Theatre, 1993.
Professor Jim Bishop and Marta Toranzo (Class of 1993) on January trip to India
|January Term: Records||MC2002/151 |
January Term records including course proposals, waiver forms, and newspaper clippings.
|Japanese American Students, 1939 - 1945||MC General File: Japanese American ||Information about Japanese American students who attended Manchester College during World War II (1939 - 1945). |
|Jazz Ensemble: Programs||MC2003/300 ||Jazz Ensemble Programs: |
|Jefferson Twp., Wayne Co., 1864 - 1871 School Record and Deportment Record Book ||MC2009/134 |
Jefferson Twp., Wayne Co., 1864 - 1871 School Record and Deportment Record Book for Schools Number 4 and 5.
|Johnson, Onita ||Faculty Staff Boxes: Johnson, Onita ||Material regarding Onita Johnson, Practical Arts and Letters, Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Department Head. |
|Jones, Professor Robert: Structural Elements in Polyphonic Music||MC2011/104 ||Professor Robert Jones gives instruction on the topic of "Structural Elements in Polyphonic Music," 12 January 1971. |
|Jones, Robert||Faculty Staff Boxes: Jones, Robert |
Material regarding Robert Jones, Music.
See also: Manchester College Bulletin January 1978 p.7; Symphony
|Jones, Robert: Photographs||MC2004/398 |
Robert Jones Photograph Collection including photographs of the symphony.
|Justiniano, Myrtis Becker, College Bills and Cancelled Checks||MC2009/132a-g |
Myrtis Becker Justiniano, MC Class of 1954.
- Bills and cancelled checks
|Kagawa: "An Institute of Christian World Order," 1936||"A Century of Faith, Learning and Service," pg. 116 |
A conference entitled "An Institute on Christian World Order," featuring Japanese activist, Kagawa, took place at Manchester College in 1936.
Kagawa, see also: Gospel Messenger, 21 July 1945 p.3; 19 January 1946 p.4; 28 December 1946 p.17; 29 March 1947 p.25; 5 April 1947 p.2; 29 November 1947 p.17.
|Kagawa: Correspondence||MC2002/153 ||Kagawa Correspondence Collection with photographs. |
|Kagawa: Poster Advertising Kagawa and Nye, Mass Meeting||MC2004/375 ||Poster advertising "Kagawa and Nye Mass Meetings" at Manchester College. Undated. |
|Kairos, circa 1964||Aurora and Oak Leaves: Kairos |
Kairos was created to be a source of communication and action for meeting socio-political challenges.
See; Aurora, 1966 p.111; Oak Leaves, 8 October 1964 p.2; 19 November 1964 p.3; 20 May 1965 p.1.
|Kamphoefner, Kathy||Faculty Staff Boxes: Kamphoefner, Kathy ||Material related to Kathy Kamphoefner, a peace activist, and in 1995 was an Assistant Professor of Communications. |
|Kauffman, Bruce S.||MC2007/18 |
Writings of S. Bruce Kauffman, and Kauffman Award Recipients 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000.
1. Documents from one three ringed notebook that include Bruce's writings.
2. Materials include a list of those receiving Kauffman Awards from; 1997 - 1998, 1998 - 1999, 1999 - 2000.
3. Application form and description of the Bruce Kauffman Award.
For Kauffman Award Memorandum and description, See: Alumni Large Box 187, then Kauffman.
See Also: MC 811.52 Au23zk.
|Keim, C. Ray||Faculty Staff Boxes: Keim, C. Ray |
Material related to Professor C. Ray Keim, who taught History, Accounting, and Political Science at Manchester College from 1927 - 1964.
Manchester College Bulletin January 1976 p.15.
MC2009/54, Ray Keim: A historical site recital tour,(A Field Course in History)
|Keim, Ray: A historical site recital tour,(A Field Course in History) ||MC2009/54 |
Ray Keim: A historical site recital tour,(A Field Course in History) Sponsored by Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana, July 4 - August 1, 1933 - This tour started at North Manchester and proceeded down the Wabash and Mississinewa Rivers as far as Lafayette, covering nearly three thousand miles. A map is included with the brochure.
|Keller, Dorothy||Faculty Staff Boxes: Keller, Dorothy |
Material related to Dorothy Keller, Social Sciences, Sociology.
See also: Manchester College Bulletin July 1978 p.3-4.
|Keller, Robert||Faculty Staff Boxes: Keller, Robert |
Material related to Robert Keller, Social Sciences, Sociology.
See also: Manchester College Bulletin July 1978 p.3-4.
|Kennedy, John F. and Johnson, Lyndon B.||MC2010/172a,b |
Two magazines in memory of President John F. Kennedy with both giving a special section to the background of Lyndon B. Johnson.
|Kessler, Agnes ||Faculty Staff Boxes: Kessler, Agnes ||Information regarding Agnes Kessler:
See also: Confidential - Agnes Kessler's personnel file is located in the faculty filing cabinets housed in the Vault.
|Kessler, Donald and Olive: Liberian Artifacts and Books||MC2008/196 |
Liberian art collection.
Books related to Manchester College alumnus, Donald E. Kessler's, (Class of 1946), work in Liberia.
See also: Kessler file in Museum Box - Archives Office
|King, Dr. Martin Luther: DVD, Tribute||MC2007/117 |
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: DVD, "Tribute to a King."
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. made his last speech on a college campus here at Manchester College. This DVD examines the effects that it had.
|King, Dr. Martin Luther: Speech Transcription ||MU2012/41 ||Transcription of the speech, The Future of Integration, delivered by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at Manchester College 1 February 1968. Revision to former speech booklets. |
|King, Florence||MC2004/207 |
Florence King was the first female patent attorney in the United States. She graduated from Mount Morris College in 1891.
|King, Martin Luther, 1968 Memorial: Convocation #2||Convocation #2: King, Martin Luther, Memorial, 1968 ||The memorial in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. held on 11 April 1968. |
|King, Rev. Article||MC2004/194 ||Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Article, 2004. |
|King, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther: Articles About Visit||MC2004/508 |
Articles pertaining to Dr. King's cancelled visit in May 1967 and the actual visit in February 1968.
See Also: Manchester College Bulletin, v.60:6 (February 1968); The Manchester Monitor, 14 January 2003; The News-Journal, 22 January 2003 p.1, 2.
|King, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther: Celebration Collection||MC2003/315 ||Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Celebration. |
|King, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther: Contact Prints||MU2013/6 ||Contact prints from the visit Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. made to Manchester College on 1 February 1968. These prints are different from the King negatives and also include images of Andrew Young. |
|King, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther: Memorial Service, 1968||MC2002/154c |
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Memorial service, 1968.
|King, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther: Poster||MC2004/492 ||Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Poster with quotation from Dr. King: "Freedom has always been an expensive thing." |
|King, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther: Visit to North Manchester, 1968||MC2002/154b ||Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Visit, 1968. |
|Kinsel, Paul: Collection||MC2011/229 |
Memorabilia belonging to student, Paul Kinsel,. The collection reflects his 1928 - 1929 through 1931 - 1932 college experience.
|Kintner, Dr. Edward, Dedicatory Prayer, Hall of Science, 1960: Photograph||MC2007/98 ||Photograph of Kintner: Dedicatory Prayer, Hall of Science, March 26, 1960 |
|Kintner, Edward,: Textbook||MC2010/98 |
Textbook with the handwritten name of Edward Kintner on the cover. The title of the book is "Guide To The Study Of The Anatomy Of The Shark, Nexturus, And The Cat," by Samuel Eddy, Clarence P. Oliver, John P. Turner, Second Edition, New York: John Wiley & Sones, Inc., London: Chapman & Hall, Limited.
For more information on Edward Kintner see, "The Story of the Natural Sciences at Manchester College," by WIlliam R. Eberly.
|Kintner, Edward: Diploma, 1912, 1938||MC2004/353 |
- Program from Spring 1940 tour of Manchester Chapel Choir.
- Edward Kintner's diploma from Manchester College, B.A., 1912.
- Edward Kintner's diploma from Manchester College, Doctor of Science, 1938.
- Photograph of college apartments (located on College Ave & Wayne St).
|Kintner, Edward: Faculty/Staff Collection||MC2002/104L ||Gradebooks of Edward Kintner, who taught history, mathematics, chemistry, biology, agriculture, science, and physics between 1910 and 1951. Holl-Kintner Hall of Science is named in his honor. |
|Kintner, Edward: Funeral||MC2011/33 |
Audio recording of Professor Edward Kintner's funeral.
|Kleinjan, Margaret Wagner: Photograph Collection, circa 1938 - 1942||MC2004/237 |
Margaret Wagner Kleinjan Photograph Collection, including:
Nov. 17, 1938. Ed Keller, ?, ?, ?, ?, Me [Margaret Wagner], Marjorie Ohl [Hollar '40], ?. Members of our table at Manchester College.
Nov. 17, 1938. Helen Berky '39, '49, Corrine Hime, Elizabeth Rupp, Martha Lehman, Myrtle Belle Hartgerink [Mitchell], Edna Kircoff [Danhauser '39], Margaret Poling.
1938. Edwin Keller from Oak Park.
April 10, 1938. Leilah Hartgerink [Runyon '38], Gwendolyn Fisher [ BA '38].
Myrtle Belle Hartgerink '39, Olden Mitchell. MC students 1938-1939.
Eileen Fisher, Myrtle Belle Hartgerink [Mitchell '39], Elizabeth Rupp, Martha Lehman. Manchester Campus.
Elizabeth Rupp, Myrtle Belle Hartgerink [Mitchell '39], Martha Lehman, Eileen Fisher. Manchester Campus.
Eleanor Stukey [Beatty '38 Normal].
Irene Leedy [March '38], Eleanor Stukey [Beatty '38]. Students of Manchester College.
La Moyle Hendricks. Backyard-Winger's. North Manchester, Indiana. Student-She rented room at Winger's.
La Moyle Hendricks. North Manchester, Indiana. Student who roomed with me at Winger's.
Fern Beery [Lowry '38], ?, ?, Jane Plunkett [Cassell '39], Me [Margaret Wagner] at top. Oakwood Hall steps.
Basil Thompson, Eileen's boyfriend. Manchester College.
April 6, 1938. Eileen Fisher. Manchester College. Notice ice on trees.
Margaret Wagner [Kleinjan '42] outside of Girls' Dorm-Manchester College.
|Kliman, Ann: Coping with Crisis, Convocation, 1976 #20||Convocation #20: Kliman, Ann, 1976 |
Ann Kliman presents "Coping with Crisis," 14 January 1976.
|Klingler, Charles: Collection||MC2011/234: Boxes 1 and 2 |
Professor Charles Klingler taught English at Manchester College for 35 years [1959 - 1994]. 1961). This is a historical description of his work including but not limited to; "Writing Across the Curriculum," "Writing to Learn," and syllabi for the Humanities Core.
|Klingler, Charles: Collection||MC 2011/234 Boxes 3 and 4 |
Charles Klingler Collection containing course materials and syllabi 1977 - 1993.
|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. |
|Knuth, Julie||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Knuth, Julie ||Copy of emaill announcing Julie Knuth as Executive Assistant to the President. |
|Koinonia: Income Report||MC2008/22 ||Koinonia: Income Report July 1, 1989 - January 2, 1990. |
|Koinonia: Records||MC2002/184 |
See Also: Manchester College Bulletin, January 1975 p.9; July 1976 p.10-11; The Manchester Monitor, 2 July 2002 p.2, 12; Photo Box 130.
|Koller, Dr. Charles R.: Dissertation, Publications and Patents, Photograph||MU2012/39 ||Dr. Charles Koller is an alumnus of Manchester College, graduating in the year 1943. Included in this collection is Koller's PhD dissertation, a collection of his publications and patents and a photograph circa 1960. |
|Kurtz, Ruth Naomi Smith: Student Life, 1930's - 1940||MC2008/69 |
Momentos from Ruth Naomi Smith who attended Manchester from 7 September 1937 thorugh 2 June 1941, examples include.:
Handcrafted Mother & Daughter Banquet invitation.
One 1936 Christmas card from Mr. and Mrs. Otho Winger with a photo of the Otho Winger family.
"Rules for Freshman Initiation," probably from the Fall of 1937.
|Languages, Modern: Placement Exam||MC2004/47 ||Modern language placement examination results from the summer of 1988. |
|Laymen's Citation Award Program|| MC2003/51 |
Laymen's Citation Award Program:
- Those honored in 1955 were: Wilbur Stover Barnhart, Dr. Curtis Buford Bowman, Nevin L. Coppock, Joseph Benjamin Flora, Theo Allen Hoover, Harold Kenneth Loutsenhizer, Thurl Donald Metzger, Dr. Daryl McCoid Parker, F. Willard Powers, Orion J. Stover, Modena Minnich Studebaker, and Daniel West.
|Lear, Mattie: Mt. Morris Faculty and COB Minister||MC2009/98 |
Portrait of Mattie Nicholas Lear (Mrs. John Lear), Church of the Brethren female minister, and instructor at Mount Morris College from 1879 - 1881. A typewritten history is included.
|Learning Support Services||MC2002/185 |
Records for Learning Support Services at Manchester College. Learning Support Services provide tutoring and other assistance to students who are at risk.
|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. |
|Legacy Students||See MC2004/281 |
See MC2004/281, Office of Printing Services Collection, File #2, Admissions, for "Legacy Students" flyer.
|Lehman, Godfriedi (Gottfried): Choral Book, 1712 ||MC2009/93 ||Godfriedi Lehman Choral Book, 1712, hand-copied. From Cassell Library. |
|Lens and WIlkensen, Nuclear Discussion Workshop||Convocation Tape #59d: Lens, Sidney and Wilkensen, Jim, Nuclear Discussion Workshop ||Sidney Lens and Jim Wilkensen of the State Department. Mr. Wilkenson speaks on the social and political implication of nuclear energy. |
|Lens and Wilkensen, Nuclear Discussion Workshop, Part 2||Convocation Tape #59e: Lens, Sidney and Wilkensen, Jim, Nuclear Discussion Workshop Part 2 ||Convocation Tape #59e: Lens, Sidney and Wilkensen, Jim, Nuclear Discussion Workshop, Part 2. |
|Lens, Sidney: The Day Before Doomsday, Convocation #33A, 1977||Convocation #33A: Lens, Sidney ||Mr. Sidney Lens speaks on "The Day Before Doomsday," 3 March 1977. |
|Liberal Education||MC General File: Liberal Education ||Liberal Education: Prospects for the Next Century, a symposium at Manchester College, 1995. |
|Library History||MC2004/205 ||Written history of the library at Manchester College. |
|Library: Evaluations||MC2003/285 |
Evaluations of Social Studies, Political Science, Biological Sciences, History (dated May 1972), and Education (dated May 1972). Evaluations were completed by various subject area librarians.
|Library: Handbooks, circa 1965||MC2004/43 |
Two handbooks or guidebooks from circa 1965.
|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.
|Likens, Gene||MC2002/188 and MC2002/188b |
Dr. Gene E. Likens, Manchester College alumnus, graduating in 1957 with a degree in zoology. He is known for being the first scientist in North America to discover acid rain in the 1960s.
- Newspaper clippings, news releases
- MC2002/188b, "Pin Cherry Perception," by Robert E. Cook, an article about Gene Likens from "Natural History," November 1981.
See Also: Manchester College Bulletin, November 1975 p.4; January 1978 p.17; The Manchester Monitor, 28 May 2002 p.2.
|Lincoln Hall, Manchester College: Photograph, 1898||MC2011/173 ||From Photo Box 88. Lincoln Hall, Manchester College, 1898. |
|Lincoln, Adelphia: Treasurer's Book||IIS North Shelving Unit on the South Side of the Shelves |
Lincoln, Adelphia Treasurer's Book: 1939 - 40, Dean Farringer, Treasurer, through 1946 - 1947 (in one book). 1944 - 1945 - 1946 in one notebook.
This is part of the larger collection MC2007/137 that contains the financial records of the college, college classes, college student groups and organizations.
|Lincoln, President: Assassination ||MC2009/20 ||President Abraham Lincoln: New York Times, Saturday,15 April, 1865 WHOLE NO.10.456 and New York Times, Saturday, 15 April 1865 WHOLE NO. 10.459. New York Herald 15 April 1865, New York Herald 15 April 1865 (another version). |
|Little Turtle||THE KE NA PO CO MO CO, EEL RIVER, The Home of Little Turtle |
THE KE NA PO CO MO CO, EEL RIVER, The Home of Little Turtle
Copyright 1934, by Otho Winger, North Manchester, Indiana
The book has been scanned. Contact the Archivist.
|Local History: Indiana County Boundary Changes||MC2010/34 ||History, Indiana and Local: "Indiana County Boundary Changes, A Special Sampling From 'Outline Maps of Indiana Boundaries,'" Reprinted from Indiana Boundaries by George Peace and Nellie C. Armstrong. |
|Local History, Sidney P.T.A., Womanless Wedding, Fundraiser, 1932 - 1933||MC2007/157 ||Sidney, IN, P.T.A. "A Womanless Wedding" fundraiser. In this photograph men play the part of women and are dressed accordingly. |
|Local History: "Hoosier Heritage, A Legacy of Living History," Central Indiana,||MC2007/174 ||History, Indiana and Local: "Hoosier Heritage, A Legacy of Living History," Central Indiana, Volume 1, published by the Activity Department ARA Living Centers - Eastern Division, 1983. |
|Local History: Clear-Creek Township High School: Photograph||MC2008/127 ||Clear-Creek Township High School, 1901 class photo. |
|Local History: Obituaries||MC2008/74 |
History, Indiana and Local: These appear to be local obituaries from (a)1891 and from (b) 1949 through 1979. Some are members of the Church of the Brethren:
|Local History: Place Names||MC2007/190 ||History, Indiana and Local: Place-Names of Chester Township Wabash County, Indiana. |
|Local History: Shively, Bill||MC2007/169 ||One laminated newspaper article by Rufus King reflecting the life and personality of Bill Shively. |
|Local History: Thank You letter, from Karl F. Merritt, Manchester College to the Indiana Heritage Research Grants, 1989.||MC General File: Indiana Heritage |
History, Indiana and Local: Thank you letter, from Karl F. Merritt, Manchester College to the Indiana Heritage Research Grants. 1989.
|Local History: The Indianian, 1899||MC2008/27 ||History, Indiana and Local: The Indianian, 1899; "Historic and Picturesque Indiana - Wabash County," (including a section about Manchester College). |
|Long, Weltha Miller||MC2002/175 |
Weltha Miller Long Collection circa 1900-1901.
|Luce, Don: The Global Struggle for Human Rights, 1978||Convocation #55: Luce, Don ||Don Luce presents the convocation, "The Global Struggle for Human Rights," presented 20 November 1978. |
|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.
|Macfadden, Bernarr||Rare Books: 615.5 M161 m7 |
Bernarr Macfadden and Charles Atlas, Angelo Siciliano. A behind the scenes article of interest behind the work of Macfadden and the discovery of "Atlas," "The World's Most Perfectly Developed Man."
Macfadden's Encyclopedia of Physical Culture.
|Machielson, Allen||Faculty/Staff: Machielson, Allen ||Allen, Machielson, Director of Residential Life and Interim Coordinator of Campus Ministries Fall of 2009. |
|Macke, Charlie||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Macke, Charlie ||Material related to Charlie Macke. |
|Mackenzie, James J.||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Mackenzie, James J. ||rial related to James J. Mackenzie. |
|MacPhail, Rainn||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: MacPhail, Rainn ||Obituaries for Rainn MacPhail and material related to Rainn MacPhail. |
|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 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 Christian Association||MC2004/86 |
Two-page document entitled "MCA Organization," 4-page document entitled "The Manchester Christian Association," reading list entitled "Steps Toward Stature," 4-page document entitled "The Community of Faith and Action," memorandum clarifying the position of the college to not hold church services on Sundays on campus (dated 1965).
|Manchester Christian Association,1950 - 1964||MC2002/237c |
Religious Activities Collection: Manchester Christian Association (MCA).
|Manchester College 1953: Religion||MC2010/182 ||"Manchester College, Liberal Arts School Puts Emphasis On Religion," Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, 18 January 1953. A history of Manchester College and the aims and objectives of the institution as seen in 1953. |
|Manchester College and Mount Morris College: Photograph Collection||2004/454-457 |
Photos 1 - 72 : Manchester College Photographs.
Photos 72 - 105: Identification of Locations and Buildings (72 - 77 are missing).
Photos 106 - 189: Portraits and Uknown Affiliations.
Photos 191 - 229: Mount Morris College Photographs .
|Manchester College and Mount Morris College: Photographs, Postcards, Assorted Materials, History||MC2005/3 |
Mt. Morris College Material: Student Body pictures [1907, 1908], approximately 150 postcard and postcard size photos, [1909-1912], other photos [1920's], baccalaureate address , Mt. Morris College Students Guide , and other publications and newspaper clippings. Photographs of the fire's devestation.
Manchester College Material: Postcard, M.C. Mission Band , snapshots of campus and people [1917-1929], Commencement Week Booklet , Manchester College Bulletin, 4 (August, 1911):22, 7, and program, Manchester College A Capella Choir, n.d, Arthur Kennedy, Director, V. F. Schwalm, President.
|Manchester College and the Church of the Brethren||MC2009/151 |
Church Relations - objectives, resources, and implementation.
|Manchester College and the Church of the Brethren||MC General File: Church of the Brethren |
Materials dealing with the relationship between Manchester College and the Church of the Brethren.
See Also: "Eccho," a Manchester College newsletter targeted toward Church of the Brethren audience.
|Manchester College and the Church of the Brethren||MC General File: Church of the Brethren |
Manchester College and the Church of the Brethren: Bulletin insert for "Christian College Day."
Manchester College and the Church of the Brethren: Brethren High School Day.
See Also: MC2008/203e Manchester College and the Church of the Brethren, Advancement poster: "Manchester College, A College of the Church of the Brethren, Sustaining and Challenging Students on Their Faith Journeys." Part of the larger collection MC2008/203.
MC2008/203h: "MCO, Manchester Congregational Outreach," brochure located in the MC General File: Congregational Outreach.
|Manchester College Calendar: Jubilee, 1939 ||MC2009/85 |
Manchester College celebrated her Jubilee Year (50th Anniversary) in 1939. This is a commemorative calendar/promotional piece for the College featuring the College Hospital, Women's Gymnasium and proposed Arts Building. It also gives a brief description of Manchester College and Mt. Morris College.
|Manchester College Chime Articles||MC General File: Chime File |
Two articles about the Manchester College Chime.
"A Tradition Begins at Manchester," from the Manchester College Bulletin, May, 1964, by James Wampler (Class of 1966).
Lila Hammer, Registrar for Manchester College(Class of 1979).
Note: Lila Hammer, Registrar, writes about the history of the chime, chime pranks, and the experience of being a chimer. To read the article look in the MC General File: Chime.
Aurora 1996 ed. p.13;
Gospel Messenger 9 June 1945 cover;
Manchester College Bulletin August 1947; December 1949 p.2; October 1975 p.6; January 1978 p.8; November 1978 p.6;
Oak Leaves 14 December 1961 p.2; 28 January 1965 p.2 (history); 19 February 1974, p.4; 30 September 1977, p.1; 28 October 1977, p.2; 21 November 1980, p.6.
|Manchester College Class of 1932: Alumni Reunion||MC2011/117 ||Program book from the 1932-1987 Manchester College Alumni Reunion, including students from Mount Morris College. This is the 55th reunion for this class. One letter (1987) to the members of the Class of 1932 written by Paul Kinsel, Class President. One letter (1987) from Karl Merritt, Director of Alumni and College Relations to the Class of 1932. One print of the 23 May 1987 Class Reunion photograph with accompanying identification page. |
|Manchester College Foundation and Holding Company: Minutes, 1931 forward||MU2012/24a,b |
MU2012/24a: Minutes of the meetings of the Directors of the Manchester College Foundation and Holding Company. The minutes start with 14 February 1931.
The last recorded meeting in this book is 24 September 1938.
MU2012/24b: "Minutes of the Executive Board of Manchester College Foundation and Holding Company," beginning with a report on the first meeting held on 4 April 1935.
Farm Income and Expense for period ending 30 June 1937.
|Manchester College Handbook Collection: Y.W.C.A. and Y.M.C.A.||MC2004/497 |
Manchester College Y.W.C.A. and Y.M.C.A. Handbook Collection
|Manchester College Postcard Collection||MC2004/722 |
Student photographs: Postcards
|1||Administration Building on snowy day. Card sent on 16 July 1928 to Mr. Wm. Bender in Albion Ind.|
|2||Administration Building with American flag at entrance. Verso: text describing the new Administration Building, dedicated on 7 January 1921.|
|3||Administration Building. |
|4||Photograph of lightposts at end of sidewalk to front entrance of Administration Building. |
|5||Interior of bookstore when it was located in the basement of the Administration Building. |
|6-7||Photograph of Oakwood Hall with several women on porch. Labeled, Ladies' Home showing New Addition. |
|8||Photograph of Oakwood Hall's entrance with about twenty women on the porch. Sent to Naomi Miller in Columbiana, Ohio from Elsie (Miller?).|
|9||Photograph of group of women gathered on Oakwood Hall's porch, in about 1912 or 1913. |
|10||Photograph of construction of original gymnasium in1911. |
|11||Photograph of students posed in front of Ikenberry Hall. Some are wearing commencement garb. |
|12||Photograph of Ikenberry Hall. Labeled on front: Young Men's Hall. North Manchester, Ind. Sent on 17 May 1910 to Miss Mildred Cassel from North Manchester.|
|Manchester College Postcard Collection||MC2004/384 |
Manchester College Postcard Collection including:
|Anna Beahm Mow graduated in 1918 with a BA. She died in 1985.|
|Esther Beahm Hoff graduated in 1921 with a BA.|
|Lola Bechtel Helser graduated in 1919 with a BA. She died in 1986.|
|Daniel Webster Bright was a member of the class of 1917.|
|Don Emerson Bright graduated with a BS in 1952.|
|Lila Brubaker graduated in 1920 with a BA.|
|Esther Eisenbise Beahm graduated in 1918 with a BA. She died in 1984.|
|Fannie Frantz Smith graduated in 1926 with a Normal degree.|
|Ora Hale Yohn graduated in 1919 with a BA.|
|Cora Heestand Fisher graduated in 1919 with a BA. She died in 1969.|
|Ida Metzger graduated in 1919 with a BA. She died in 1980.|
|Cora Miller Stahly was a member of the class of 1900. She died in 1971.|
|Naomi Miller graduated in 1925 with a BA.|
|Trude Mishler Irvin graduated in 1919 with a BA.|
|Ruth Minnich Neher graduated with a BA in 1919.|
|Alma Weddle Studebaker was a member of the class of 1908. She died in 1946.|
|Edith Weybright Huber graduated in 1919 with a BA. She died in 1986.|
|Pearl White Groff Yost was a member of the class of 1915.|
|Nellie Wondergem was a member of the class of 1921.|
Also included are images of a campfire, Chapel building, men preparing to have a footrace, Adelphia society, women's basketball 1919, Glee Club, women eating in unidentified room, Della Lehman, Elsie Miller, Edith Yaney Shafer, student housing, Maypole dance, groups of students, and portraits.
|Manchester College Reconciliation Services (MCRS)||MC2002/196 |
"MCRS is a program designed to help Manchester College students resolve conflicts. With the help of a small, trained listening panel, composed of students and peers, you can settle a dispute. The panel assists while you and the other party share all sides of the conflict and work together to create an acceptable resolution. The resolution is not legally binding, and the entire process is free, voluntary, and confidential." --from a brochure produced by MCRS .
See Also: Photograph #81 in Aurora Photograph Collection 2001, MC2004/408.
|Manchester College Theatre||Drama Filing Cabinet, IIS |
A list of MC theater productions 1960 - 1972.
|Manchester College Written Histories Collection||MC2003/125 || Manchester College Written Histories Collection, including picnic- basket story of President Howe. |
|Manchester College: Seventy Fifth and Ninetieth Anniversary||MC2002/247 |
General information, brochures on the Seventy Fifth and Ninetieth anniversaries of Manchester College .
File assembled from the materials of Ferne Baldwin was added to MC2002/247 by Jeanine Wine on 21 April 2010. The file contains newspaper articles about the 75th celebration (1889-1964), script for the 90th Anniversary Presentation with memories of events and professors, description of the 75th Anniversay program.
|Manchester College: Budgets||MC General File: Budgets |
Manchester College Budgets, information from 1986-87 through 1992-93.
Newspaper articles regarding MC budget, 1975, 1976.
|Manchester College: Cabinet Meeting Notes and Cabinet Tactical Meeting Notes 14 July 2009 - 31 May 2011 and Strategic Goals 2009 - 2010||MC2011/202 ||Manchester College: Cabinet Meeting Notes and Cabinet Tactical Meeting Notes 14 July 2009 - 31 May 2011 and Strategic Goals 2009 - 2010. |
|Manchester College: Deed Records,1895,1899 ||MC2010/15 |
Manchester College transcription of deed records 1895 and 1899. This is the transcription of the Deed Record 71, Microfilm Reel 41 found in The North Manchester Center for History, North Manchester, Indiana. Transcribed are pages 67 and 68.
|Manchester College: Directories||MC2006/8 ||Manchester College Student, Staff and Campus directories. |
|Manchester College: Financial Records||MC2007/200 a,b,c,d,e ||Audited Financial Statements for U. S. Government Financial Aid Programs and Internal Accounting and Administrative Controls and Compliance. |
|Manchester College: Financial Records||MC2009/158 ||Manchester College Financial Statement July 31, 1957 & 1956. |
|Manchester College: Financial Records||MC2007/13: July 7, to December 12, 1898 |
Financial records of the College from July 7, to December 12, 1898: Handwritten record of income and expenses. Alice King 7-16-1898, A. B. Ulrey 7-19-1898, Ladies Home, Brickwork, Plastering, Stamps, Gasoline, etc., part of the larger collection MC2007/13, Financial Records of Manchester College.
|Manchester College: Historical Movies ||MC2009/147a,b,c |
This collection of historical movies comes from the latter years of Otho Winger's presidency and the early years of Schwalm's. The Archivist believes a clip is from Schwalm's inauguration in the fall of 1941.
Several graduations are documented, one in which Winger hold a lighted candle and lights a candle for each robed student.
Moving pictures of May Days, for at least two years....complete with gymnasts, male tumblers in short-shorts, a funny costumed bull (two people) and bull fighter, dances around the Maypole, the May Day Queen and entourage, and parade.
Camp Mack day showing student and professors arriving/departing by train and playing games and eating at Camp Mack.
Homecoming, including "Blitzkreig on Valpo."
Probably a promotional segment where a veiled young woman visits Manchester College with her mother, father and brother. Their car pulls up next to the tennis courts and they exit the car and walk slowly to the Administration building.
|Manchester College: History||MC General File: Manchester College History || |
|Manchester College: History||MC2009/179 ||Notes and interesting findings about the history of Manchester College, including class cards, a personal history of football, letters of reminiscence. |
|Manchester College: History||MC General File: Manchester Collge, History ||Multiples files recording the history of Manchester College. |
|Manchester College: History, the Helman Collection||MC2012/7 |
Articles of historical interest and significance to Manchester College and to the Town of North Manchester.
|Manchester College: Ideals, Objectives, Requirements||MC2008/84 |
Ideals and objectives and requirements for various years, beginning with President Schwalm and ending with President Marden.
|Manchester College: Open House at the Honeywell Center||MC General File: Admissions ||1976 promotional event at the Honeywell Center "Celebrating the 86-Year History of Wabash County's Only College." |
|Manchester College: Photograph Album||MC2007/39 ||A photograph album containing photographs of Manchester College faculty and staff as well as pictures from theatrical productions/plays ranging from 1916 through 1965-1966. |
|Manchester College: Presidential Search||MC General File: Presidential Search |
2004 packet containing presidential search position announcement, presidential profile and nomination form.
|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 College: Promotional Material, Older||MC2010/169 |
Older promotional materials for Manchester College:
One small booklet promotes the Educational Department that "has gained recognition in Indiana, Ohio and other states."
There is also a publicity postcard in black and white showing 9 shots of locations and buildings on campus.
One small print of Oakwood Hall.
|Manchester College: Property and Rentals||MC2007/137: Annuity Funds, Real Estate, Rents, Ledger |
Financial Records of Manchester College - a larger collection MC2007/137 that includes:
- Annuity Funds, Real Estate, Rents, Ledger: 1931, 1937 - 1943, 1934 - June 30, 1944. Partially restricted.
|Manchester College: Recording of Memories||MC2011/78 ||Manchester College's present superimposed upon the history of Manchester College's past. This was recorded during Manchester's 90th Anniversary and included faculty and staff emeriti. Some of these individuals had also been students at Manchester College: Max Allen, Professor Emeritus of Art (MC Class of 34), Russell Bollinger (MC Class of 1926), Nettie Leasure, Eldon R. Burke, Professor Emeritus of History and Political Science (MC Class of 1922), T. Wayne Rieman, Professor of Religion and Philosophy, L. W. Shultz (MC Class of 1914). |
|Manchester College: Relief and Rehabilitation ||Relief: Information ||See Also: "Manchester College Involvement in Relief and Rehabilitation Activities During and Following World War II," Y.M.C.A., Heifer Project, Faculty/Staff Shultz, L.W.; Civilian Public Service; Gospel Messenger, 27 January 1945 p.19. |
|Manchester College: Resource Guide||MC2010/146 ||This booklet was produced by Cathleen Arnoldy, Director of Media Relations (undated). It lists departments and professors and famous MC alumni. |
|Manchester College: Statements of Purpose and Objectives||MC2010/117 |
A group of statements about the purpose of Manchester College with a note from Professor Doris B. Garey, English Department, to Professor David Waas, Department of History.
Professor Garey had the idea that some students might apply these statements to their own experience. She writes a paragraph about this idea.
|Manchester Collge and the Church of the Brethren||MC General File: Church College Conversation ||Church-College Conversation Summary: 10-13 February 2005 event on MC campus and 1-3 May 2005 session at the Church of the Brethren General Office in Elgin, IL. |
|Manchester Subscription Agency ||MC2009/17 |
D. C. Reber, was the manager of Manchester Subscription Agency. Prof. Reber’s service would have been like toady’s EBSCO – a centralized vendor of periodical subscriptions. This handwritten book begins on December 11, 1930 and continues into 1935. Individuals from North Manchester, and out of state, local high schools, the Manchester College library, the public library etc. have their periodical subscriptions recorded along with price and shipment address. D. C. Reber is the Manager of the agency whose address is 901 N. Wayne St., North Manchester, Indiana.
|Manchester Symphony Orchestra||MC2007/133 ||The Manchester Symphony Society in cooperation with Manchester College sponsors a community-oriented symphony called the Manchester Symphony Orchestra. North Manchester has been the smallest community in the United States to support a full symphony orchestra. This collection contains brochures, schedules and programs. |
|Manchester Symphony Orchestra||Large Boxes 102 and 103 |
Manchester Symphony Orchestra publicity, programs and articles.
See Also: MC2009/71, a large collection of materials ranging from MC2009/7-A - MC2009/71-V,j1a,b containing printed and hand-made posters and other memorabilia. For the Manchester Symphony Orchestra see File Folder MC2009/71-MSO, Flat File Drawer H.
|Manchester Symphony Orchestra||MC2012/42 ||CD containing the logo of the Manchester Symphony Orchestra (MSO). Copies of various emails related to the MSO. |
|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.
|Manchester Symphony Orchestra Recording||MC2011/53 |
Although unconfirmed, this recording is probably the Manchetser Symphony Orchestra performing at an unidentified and undated concert.
|Manchester Symphony Orchestra: Concert Recording, 1989||MU2012/29 ||Recording of the Manchester Symphony Orchestra concert performed on 5 November 1989. |
|Manchester vs. Bluffton, 1982: Football, Video||MC2011/131 ||Manchester College Football, Manchester vs. Bluffton, 30 October 1982 reel-to-reel tape and digitized transfer to CD. |
|Map: Historical State Map||MU2012/95 ||"Gram's Superior Series of State Maps," published by George F. Cram, Chicago, New York. In fragile condition. |
|Maps of North Manchester ||MC2009/82a,b,c,d |
Four maps of North Manchester from various years and sources. Maps show stores and identify buildings in the town.
|Marching Band: Photograph circa 1920 - 1940 ||MC2009/42 ||Marching Band photo taken in front of Administration Building circa 1920 - 1940. |
|Martha Miller||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Martha Miller ||Material related to Martha Miller, instructor of Practical Arts and Letters, Home Economics. |
|Mast, Mary Ann||Faculty/Staff Boxes [listing-no file]: Mast, Mary Ann, ||Mary Ann Mast, Social Sciences, Economics and Business. |
|Mastodon Dig||MC2007/144 ||Photos from the mastodon dig circa 1929. |
|Mathea Rhetoria Society or Rhetoria - Mathea Society: Records||MC2007/137: Mathea Rhetoria Society or Rhetoria - Mathea Society |
Financial Records for Mathea Rhetoria Society or Rhetoria - Mathea Society. These records are part of a larger collection MC2007/137.
Rhetoria - Mathea or Mathea Rhetoria Society: 1939 - 1944 (in one book). 1942 - 1943, receipts 1944 (in one composition book).
|Mathea: Poster||MC2009/66 ||Hand-made poster advertising Mathea. |
|Mathematical Modeling||MC2011/16 ||An unknown speaker talking on "mathematical modeling" with emphasis on the work of Ray Fulkerson. This symposium highlights the life and work of mathematician, Ray Fulkerson. |
|May Day Celebrations: 1930 - 1948||MU2013/32 C ||Photographs of May Day celebrations spanning 1930 through 1948, along with Queens of the May and their Courts. |
|May Day Celebrations: of the 1920's||MU2013/32 B |
Photographs of May Day celebrations, May Day Queens, and their Courts (1920 - 1929).
|May Day Celebrations: The 1950's||MU2013/32 D |
Photographs of May Day celebrations, along with Queens and their Courts from the 1950's.
|May Day Celebrations: The 1960's||MU2013/32 E ||Photographs of May Day celebrations, May Queens and their Courts, from the 1960's. |
|May Day Celebrations: The 1970' s through 1993 ||MU2013/32 F ||Photographs of May Day celebrations, May Day Queens and their Courts from 1970 through 1993. |
|May Day Collection||MC2002/170 |
May Day history and information 1926-present. Newspaper clippings.
|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.
|May Day Weekend: Oak Leaves or Aurora Phtoographs||MU2012/50 ||Contact sheet of May Day Weekend events, including Mud Volleyball. |
|May Day: Homecoming, Valentine and May Day||MU2013/32 A ||Photographs of 1943 and 1969 Valentine Queens and Court. Pictures of Homecoming Queens and Courts for various years during the 1960's and 1970's. Unidentifiable pictures from May Day celebrations circa 1920 and forward. |
|May Day: Photographs, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931||MC2012/8 ||Splendid pictures of May Day Queens and their courts as well as floats and May Day activities including images of students in the river. |
|May Day: Queen and Court, Oak Leavest||MU2012/7b - Folder #1 ||May Day Queen and Court photographed by Professor Hoff, circa the 1960's. |
|Mayer, Major William E. and Student Readings for Oral Interpretation||MC2011/38 |
The first recording is probably a recording of a radio program in which part of a speech by United States Army psychiatrist, Major W. E. Mayer, is played. The title of the speech is Communist Management of Korean War Prisoners. Mayer discusses the process of brainwashing. In this war, the Chinese took 7000 American prisoners. 3000 did not return to the U.S. and 4000 returned to the U.S. at the close of the war.
The second recording is very similar to MC2011/37 and probably are recording of students done for a class in oral interpretation.
|MC2009/04||MC2009/04 ||Picnic on campus lawn. |
|McAmis, Carol||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: McAmis, Carol |
Material regarding Carol McAmis.
Photograph of Carol McAmis singing with the orchestra with Professor Clyde Holsinger directing the orchestra. Students Robert Stauffer Curry and Deanna Brown, playing violin and viola respectively. [ Large Faculty/Staff Photo Boxes]
|McBride, Ralph||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: McBride, Ralph ||Material relating to Ralph McBride, Mathematics, Department Head and Practical Arts and Letters, Education. |
|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.
|Medon, Philip||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Medon, Philip J. ||Material related to Dr. Philip J. Medon, Ph.D., Founding Dean for the new School of Pharmacy, beginning 1 July, 2010. |
|Meek, Jack||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Meek, Jack ||Material related to Jack Meek, Social Sciences, History and Political Science. |
|Memories of Manchester, by Otho Winger: Index by Allan White||MC2011/99 ||Historian, Allan D. White's, index to the book, "Memories of Manchester," by Otho Winger, President of Manchester College, 1911 - 1941. |
|Men's Basketball 2010: Manchester College vs. University of New Mexico||MC2011/232 |
Images of the Manchester College Men’s basketball exhibition game against University of New Mexico, November 2010. The photographer is unknown. Coach for the University of New Mexico team, Steve Alford, was a famous basketball player and once a coach for Manchester College. Featured in the pictures is President Jo Young Switzer, Steve Alford and the Manchester College athletic director/baseball coach, Rick Espeset. The basketball coach for Manchester College, Brad Nadborne, is not pictured.
|Merdock, Deroy: Convocation Tape||Convocation Tape #199: Merdock, Deroy ||Rev. Deroy Murdock's presentation on 23 September 1985. |
|Messiah: Holsinger, Clyde W.||MC2008/04 ||1948 letter and response from soloist regarding production of The Messiah. |
|Methodist Student Movement||MC2002/204 ||Methodist Student Movement Newspaper Clipping & News Release Collection. |
|Metzger, Thurl Donald: Brethren People||MC2003/51: Metzger |
Thurl Donald Metzger is a Manchester College alumnus and member of Manchester College Class of 1938. He was a recipient of the Laymen's Citation Award, an award given by Manchester College to honor outstanding members of the Church of the Brethren.
|Miller, Amos: Photograph||MC2004/635-34 ||Photograph from objects belonging to the Ida Miller, Otho Winger, Edith Miller and Bertha Miller Neher Stine families. Amos B. Miller is written on the back of the picture. |
|Miller, Edith Alice Collection||MC2008/208 |
Much more material than can be described. Please go into the accession page to read Scope and Contents. The collection includes the following but is vastly larger:
Obituaries, information on the Shull children, photograph of son of Moy Gwong, "Memory Speaks, North Manchester Celebrates Its First 150 Years," program for play written by Dr. Charles Boebel, article from "The Noble County American," Albion, Indiana, Thursday, June 24, 1982, pg. 7 regarding the Potawatomi Chief Simon Pokagon, Last Chief of the Potawatomies, personal information about Edith Alice Miller, letter by Otho about his wife's, Ida's death, and Class of 1926 Information, as saved by Edith Miller.
For more information on Edith Alice Miller see West Manchester Church of the Brethren.
|Miller, Elsie: Diploma 1918||MC2004/678-6 ||1918 Diploma for the Liberal Arts Course of Study presented to Elsie Miller |
|Miller, Elsie: Diploma, 1918||MC2004/678-6: Elsie Miller, Diploma |
One diploma presented to Elsie Miller after completing the Liberal Arts Course of Study at Manchester College, 1918.
|Miller, John J. and Elizabeth Chrowl Miller: Family History||MC2009/44 ||91st Annual John J. and Elizabeth Chrowl Miller Family Reunion, The Miller Odyssey from Switzerland to Elkhart County, IN and Beyond, Proof Edition, published by Mearl Grabill. |
|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.
|Miller, R. H.: Travel Letters||MC2009/92 ||"Travel Letters," by R. H. Miller, 1954. Good condition. |
|Miller, Robert Henry: Minister, Church of the Brethren||MC2009/87 |
Elder Robert Henry Miller, minister in the Church of the Brethren had a son, Manchester College Professor Robert Henry Miller, a minister as well. The accession page gives information about both father and son. MC2009/87 is the manuscript of an unpublished book by Professor R. H. Miller, "Comments on the Gospel of John."
Miller, Robert Henry (1825-1892) obituary in the Gospel Messenger.
|Miscellaneous Topics||ROSeptember2012/2 ||Brochures and programs and publications from assorted College related events. |
|Mission Band: Postcard, 1913, 1914||MC2010/11 |
Postcard of the Volunteer Mission Band of Manchester College, 1913 and 1914
The postcard is addressed to Mrs. [T.?] S. Eikenberry, Arcanum, Ohio RR
"Sun. eve, five min till C.W. meeting. This is a picture of the famous Volunteer Mission Band of M.C. Basket Ball is becoming popular. We Freshmen vs Srs 20 - 12 [ ...?...] School work about as usual. Would be glad to hear from you more.
|Mock, Robert||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Mock, Robert |
Material related to Robert Mock, minister to students.
See Also: Photograph of Robert Mock MC2006/31.
|Modern Languages: Syllabi||MC2004/96 |
Modern Languages syllabi:
- File #1. Some 1991;1999-2002
- File #2. 2002-2003.
|Moments with Manchester||MC2011/34 ||James Garber speaks for Manchester College as Mr. Garber hosts a radio program of music and inspiration. This show was delivered on 1 January 1967. |
|Moments with Manchester||MC2011/35 |
James Garber speaks for Manchester College as Mr. Garber hosts a radio program of music and inspiration. This show was delivered on 5 April 1967.
|Moments with Manchester||MC2011/36 |
James Garber speaks for Manchester College as Mr. Garber hosts a radio program of music and inspiration. The date of this particular broadcast unknown. It occurs between Christmas and New Year in an unknown year. The original reel- to-reel tape has been misplaced. The featured musical group is the Manchester College Symphonic Band.
|Moments with Manchester: Fanning, Nancy and Frantz, Dean||MC2011/98 ||Nancy Fanning (MC Class of 1966) and Dean Frantz, Manchester College Director of Church Relations are highlighted on this recording of the radio broadcast, "Moments with Manchester." Nancy Fanning (Bachus) plays beautiful piano solos and Frantz reads a story of bees, relating the work of bees to the potential spirit of Christian living. Circa 1966. |
|Montel, Gary: Public Relations Wall of Fame, Photographs ||MC2004/729: Montel, Gary |
Photograph of Gary Montel in the Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection, MC2004/729.
|Morris, Charles||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Morris, C. S. ||Material regarding Charles S. Morris, Professor of Physics and Mathematics. "The Case of the Absent-Bodied Professor." |
|Mount Morris Academy Class of 1932, Photograph||MC2004/587 ||photograph of the Mount Morris Academy class of 1932 taken during the fall of 1928. |
|Mount Morris Alumni Card File||MC2003/2 ||Mount Morris College Alumni information |
- Mount Morris Alumni Card File
|Mount Morris College Alumni Information||MC2004/230 |
Mount Morris College Alumni information
- Alumni Directory from 1930, photocopied sheets that list alumni 1881-1922, typed sheets with notes (undated), and analysis of graduates from 1960.
|Mount Morris College and Academy: Graduation 1914||MC2011/142 ||A segment of the Mount Morris Index, 4 June 1914 featuring baccalaureate and commencement exercises at Mount Morris College along with a photograph of faculty and a description of their individual summer plans. |
|Mount Morris College Booklet||MC2008/47 ||Mount Morris College Booklet circa 1920 with photos of school and students featuring students in 1918 - 1919. |
|Mount Morris College Collection||MC2002/208 |
The Merger of Mount Morris College and Manchester College
Mount Morris: Copy of agreement to merge with Manchester College and other legal documents
|Mount Morris College Student Picture: Photograph, 1923||MC2011/181 ||Mount Morris College student picture taken 17 January 1923. |
|Mount Morris College Students and Faculty: Photograph||MC2011/187 ||A picture of Mount Morris students and faculty that might have been taken during the 1920's. |
|Mount Morris College Students Photographs: Negatives circa 1888, 1889||MC2010/76a,b |
Mt. Morris, negatives of photographs from 1988, 1989.
Mt. Morris College Ladies 1888, negative of photograph of the picture.
Mt. Morris College Graduating Class 1889, negative of photograph of the picture.
|Mount Morris College Students: Panoramic Photograph, 1929||MC2011/184 ||This is a photograph taken at Mount Morris College in 1929. The man, Moses Diehl, is identified. |
|Mount Morris College: 1894 Reunion of Old Settlers of Ogle County||MC2004/680-8 ||Old Settlers of Ogle County 13th Annual Reunion held on the campus of Mount Morris College, 1894. Invitation and program. |
|Mount Morris College: Academic and Permanent Records||MC2004/213 |
Mount Morris College: Mount Morris College Academic Department Permanent Records including cards of Mary Emmert and Adam Eby
|Mount Morris College: Additional Material||Additional Resources ||See also: The College Campus; Gospel Messenger 27 January 1945 p.11; Manchester College Bulletin February 1952 (entire issue); January 1975 p.11; July 1975 p.13; Memorabilia; Memories of Old Standstone,Mountaineer, Our Young People Postcard Collection; Photo Boxes 146, 158-161. |
|Mount Morris College: Anniversary Booklet||MU2013/26 ||A booklet commemorating the 100th anniversary of the founding of Mt. Morris College, Illinois. |
|Mount Morris College: Assorted Items||MU2013/2 |
An assortment of materials related to Mount Morris College, Illinois that include; snapshots of the renovated campus, a photocopy of the article, "Mount Morris College Alumni End Tradition of Reunions," and a copy of the book, "Memories of Old Sandstone."
|Mount Morris College: Biography of Florence King, 1891 Graduate of Mount Morris College||MC2004/728 |
Mount Morris College Alumni: Florence King, First Woman Patent Attorney.
|Mount Morris College: Buildings on Campus, Photograph||MC2004/585 ||Photograph of the buildings of Mount Morris College. Undated, between 1913 and 1931. |
|Mount Morris College: Campus Photograph, 1910||MC2009/160 ||Photograph of Mt. Morris College Campus, 1910. |
|Mount Morris College: Cleo Beery, Photographs||MC2001/17 |
Cleo Beery Photographs of Mt. Morris College, including:
- "Mt. Morris College, Ill.," "Sam Stover," and "Mitchell Stover." Back is labeled, "Mt. Morris College. About 1891 or 1892. Sam Stover, Mitchell Stover, brothers of Wilbur Stover," "Men's Chorus."
- 6 x 9 posed photo of males and females, 4 are identified. Back is labeled, "Mt. Morris College. About 1910 (or before)."
|Mount Morris College: Faculty and Staff, President Stein, John W. ||MC2003/119 ||Mount Morris President J. W. Stein papers: |
- In 1881, J.W. Stein, then president of Mt. Morris College, disappeared mysteriously, leaving behind his wife and children.
|Mount Morris College: Faculty Meeting Minutes: 1917 - 1921||MC2012/18 |
Mount Morris College Faculty Meeting Minutes from 27 September 1917 - 28 May 1921.
|Mount Morris College: Faculty Photograph, 1886 - 1887||MC2004/575 |
Photograph of Mount Morris Faculty, 1886 - 1887.
|Mount Morris College: Fire Headline, 1931, Newspaper Reproduction||MC2007/110 ||"Mount Morris Burns" front page newspaper reproduction. |
|Mount Morris College: Fire, 1931, Newspaper Articles||MC2008/51 ||Newspaper articles about the April 12, 1931 fire. |
|Mount Morris College: Fire, 1931, Newspaper Articles||MC2008/57 ||Newspaper articles about building plans following the 1931 fire. |
|Mount Morris College: Fire, 1931, Newspaper Clippings||MC2004/234 ||Fire of 1931 newspaper clippings. Two examples of headlines follows:|
- "Thousands Go to Mt. Morris to See Blaze." Rockford Morning Star. 12 April 1931.
- "Fire Sweeps Mt. Morris College: Seven Towns Fight $250,000 School Blaze." Herald Examiner [Chicago]. 13 April 1931.
|Mount Morris College: Fire, 1931, Photographs||MC2009/146a-e |
Photographs of the 1931 fire at Mt. Morris College.
|Mount Morris College: Frantz, David, Postcard||MC2008/66 |
Postcard of David Frantz and two others in their room at Mt. Morris College, Illinois, circa 1912.
|Mount Morris College: Grade Sheets||MC2004/229 ||Grade sheets, 1920-1924. |
|Mount Morris College: History||MC2003/141 ||Mount Morris College Written Histories Collection |
|Mount Morris College: History Prior to President Royer||MC2008/55 ||History of Mt. Morris College prior to Royer as President. |
|Mount Morris College: Kinsley, Lucile Buck||MC2003/370 |
Lucile Buck Kinsley's Mount Morris College Memorabilia Collection circa 1932.
|Mount Morris College: List of Four Year Graduates||MC2009/05 ||A list of the four year graduates of Mount Morris College from 1904 through 1925 giving the address and occupation. |
|Mount Morris College: Memorabilia||MC2004/1 |
Mount Morris College Memorabilia: 1906 through 1931.
|Mount Morris College: Miller, D.L., Photograph||MC2004/580 ||Framed photograph of man with white beard, labeled on back: D.L. Miller. D. L. Miller served as President of Mt. Morris College from 1881-1883. He was also President of the Board of Trustees of Mt. Morris College from 1893-1913, and a Trustee and benefactor of the institution until his death in 1921. |
|Mount Morris College: Miller,President D. L., Photograph||MC2008/120 ||Photograph of President D. L. Miller. |
|Mount Morris College: Mohler, R. E., Postcard Collection ||MC2004/211 |
Robert E. Mohler graduated from Mount Morris College in 1912 with a B.A. degree. He served Mount Morris as Physical Director, Education during the 1912-1913 school year. Robert Mohler died in 1980. This is his postcard collection.
|Mount Morris College: Mohler, Robert||MC2004/444 |
A postcard collection belonging to Robert Mohler, 1912 graduate of Mount Morris College. Pictures show Old Sandstone during and after the fire of 1912, and an image of the campus circa 1915-1920.
|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 College: Newspaper Clippings||MC2004/236 ||Newspaper clippings from 1952 and1976 about Mount Morris College, her athletes, alumni, and history. |
|Mount Morris College: Newspaper Clippings, Mount Morris Index||MC2004/368 ||
Mount Morris Index Articles;
1. "Closing Days at Mount Morris College," dated 4 June 1914.
2. Rest of the series from Item 1. Shows buildings of Mount Morris College.
|Mount Morris College: Permanent Records||MC2003/369: Mount Morris |
Mount Morris College: Mount Morris College Miscellaneous Permanent Records
- Miscellaneous permanent records of Mt. Morris College, arranged alphabetically. Academy records are also included.
|Mount Morris College: Permanent Records||MC2004/215 ||Mount Morris College: Permanent records from Mount Morris Academic Department, 1880s |
|Mount Morris College: Permanent Records||MC2002/321 |
Permanent records of Mt. Morris College, arranged alphabetically.
|Mount Morris College: Photograph Collection||MC2004/212 |
Identified photographs 1912 and 1913.
|Mount Morris College: Photograph Collection ||MC2004/2 |
Fourteen photographs of Mount Morris College.
|Mount Morris College: Photograph, 1909||MC2004/196 |
Mount Morris College 1909 Photograph.
|Mount Morris College: Postcard Collection ||MC2003/76 |
Photographs of Mount Morris College circa 1912. Some were used as postcards and have messages written on the verso. Images of Old Sandstone's exterior and interior after being damaged by fire. Pictures of Old Sandstone being rebuilt and after the building program.
|Mount Morris College: Register of Students 1902 - 1921||MC2011/211 |
Register of the Students of Mount Morris College from September 1904 through school year 1920 - 1921.
|Mount Morris College: Reports and Correspondence.||Large Box 139 ||Mount Morris Teachers Reports and Correspondence. |
|Mount Morris College: Royer, President J. G., Photograph||MC2004/558 |
Photograph of Mount Morris President, J. G. Royer
|Mount Morris College: Royer, President J. G., Photograph||MC2004/561 |
Photograph:This photograph might be an image of President J. G. Royer, Mt. Morris College.
|Mount Morris College: Stover, Miriam||MC2003/371 |
Miriam Stover's Mount Morris College Memorabilia Collection, circa 1913 - 1920.
|Mount Morris College: Weaver, Signature||Mount Morris Cabinet, IIS ||Mt. Morris College, "Weaver" signature. |
|Mount Morris College:1880 Publicity Flyer and Association with Jane Addams||MC 2008/79: Mt. Morris, Jane Addams |
Richard Edwards and John Harvey Parr, who were teachers of Jane Addams in Cedarville, Illinois - later taught at the Rock River Seminary. Rock River Seminary closed in 1878 and reopened as Mount Morris College.
One flyer from 1880 advertising Mt. Morris College to interested Brethren.
|Mount Morris Memorial Endowment Fund||MC 2007/137: Mount Morris Memorial Endowment Fund |
Material related to the Mount Morris Memorial Endowment Fund - held by General Education Board - Church of the Brethren - L. D. Ikenberry, Treasurer, 1933 - 1945, is part of the larger collection MC2007/137.
|Mount Morris Merger with Manchester College||MC2002/2a |
The Merger of Mount Morris College and Manchester College
- A. Blair Helman Papers:
- Correspondence, audit report (1931-1932), financial information, and meeting minutes. Restricted Access.
|Mount Morris: Academy, Photograph, circa 1925||MC2011/176 ||One photograph identified as "Academy, Mt. Morris, Illinois," circa 1925. The picture is not dated but one individual is identified as being Mose Diehl. |
|Mount Morris: Historic Memorabilia and Records||MC2012/51 ||A varied and extensive collection that includes interesting materials from Mount Morris College. |
|Mount Morris: Mote Postcard Collection ||MC2003/330 |
Mr. and Mrs. Mote Postcard Collection of Mount Morris College featuring campus buildings and Mt. Morris pennant, circa 1908.
|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).
|Moyer, Faye: African and Mideast Artifacts Collection||Large Box: Museum ||Correspondence regarding the Faye Moyer African and Mideastern artifacts collection. |
|Mt. Morris College: Barkdoll, Kathryn: Diploma||MC2004/490 |
Mount Morris College diploma granted to Kathryn Barkdoll in 1905 for completion of the Academic Course of study in the Preparatory Department.
|Mt. Morris College: Heisler Collection, Photographs of Alumni, 100th Anniversary, College Song, 1912 Fire, History, Old Folks Home||MC2004/540 |
Milly Heisler Collection including a history of Mount Morris College. Picture of Mount Morris Old Folks Home. Photos of "pigtail day" and "tie day," as well as other interesting images.
|Mt. Morris Fire, 1912||The Gospel Messenger |
Mt. Morris College, fire of 15 January 1912.
See: The Gospel Messenger, 27 January 1912.
|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: 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. |
|Multicultural Affairs: Committee for Minority Student Concerns||MC2011/216 ||Minority student concerns and committee meeting minutes related to the Office of Multicultural Affairs. Materials mostly from the time period 1983 - 1992. |
|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 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: Posters||MC2009/122a-x ||Posters: An assortment of posters reflecting musical productions and performances. |
|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.
|Music: The Lovin Sound, Independent Student Music Group, 1967-1969||MC2011/207 |
Ann Blair, Jan Deaton, Dodie Heiny, Ann Lawver, and Linda Zumbrun were the student artists who sang these songs. This was an independent group of Manchester College students unrelated to the College's music program.
|Musical Events: 1987-1988 and 1990's||MC2010/46 ||Calendars of "Music Events at Manchester College," 1987 - 1988, 1992 -1993, 1993 -1994, 1994 -1995. |
|Musical Performances at Manchester College: Stinebaugh, Vernon||MC2011/41 |
Reel to reel tape and corresponding CD featuring segments of music that include the String Symphony Concert, 1964, and Janice, a 1966 soloist singing The False Prophet.
|Muzzillo, Jeanne||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Muzzillo, Jeanne ||From the fact sheet, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Jeanne Muzzillo will teach English Composition. She has degrees from Purdue University and Indiana University. She has taught in several school, most recently in Salem Community Schools. |
|Myers: Actress, Michaele Myers Collection. ||MC2009/156 |
Actress Michaele Myers Collection that includes personal books and pamphlets, as well as clippings, scripts, pictures and correspondence surrounding her acting career.
|Myrtis Becker Justiniano Collection: Including May Day, 1953||MC2007/34 |
Myrtis Becker (MC Class of 1954) Justiniano's collection of items saved from Myrtis' years at Manchester College.
|Nagila, Jackie||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Nagila ||Material related to the Director of Multicultural Affairs and Campus Diversity, Jackie Nagila. |
|Nappanee College: Proposal||MC General File: Nappanee ||A history beind the proposal to start a German Baptist college in Nappanee, Indiana (1895). The birth of the Manchester Colelge seal. |
|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.
|Native Americans||MC2007/67 ||"The American Indian," May, 1928, Vol. 2, No. 8. |
|Natural Science Division: Newspaper Clippings||MC2012/29 ||Newspaper articles related to the Natural Sciences at Manchester College. |
|Natural Science: Photograph, circa 1897||MC2004/724 ||Photograph depicts an early lab at Manchester College, located in Bumgardner Hall. Labeled on back: Beginning at left from back, forwards: ?, ?, Cecil Jordan, G. W. Tannreuther, ?, E.G.H., ?, A.E. Keufer, ?, Mary Jordan, ?. At Manchester College, Spring of 1898 or Fall of 1897. |
|Natural Sciences Division: Centennial Science Symposium, 1990||MC2008/198 |
Centennial Science Symposium, 1990, " Global Change, Human Impact."
1. One folder with flyer, programs and brochures.
|Natural Sciences Division: Chemistry Symposium 1975||MC2008/171a-h |
Chemistry Symposium 1975 speaker correspondence, resume and presentation files. One 1899 Oregon H.S. commencement program.
|Natural Sciences Division: Flory, Paul and Helman, President A. Blair, Chemistry Symposium 1975||Alumni Large Box 187: Flory |
Photo of Paul Flory and A. Blair Helman at the Chemistry Symposium 1975.
Time Chart V: Physical Chemistry of Polymers, found in the publication, "Polymer Pioneers, A Publication of the Center for History of Chemistry."
|Natural Sciences Division: Kinsel, Paul Collection||MC2004/727 ||Paul Kinsel Collection - Physics related. |
|Natural Sciences Division: National Science Foundation Summer Program||MC2003/365 ||James R. Gaier BS '74 taught in the Natural Sciences Division at Manchester College 1992-2004. This is a collection of his photographs including images from the National Science Foundation Summer Programs. |
|Natural Sciences Division: Niswander, Emerson||MC2004/257 ||Dr. Emerson Niswander's,( "Doc.'s") gradebooks, photographs, pennants, banners, examinations, miscellaneous student information - confidential, MCAT records - confidential, class record, 1950 - confidential. |
|Natural Sciences Division: Orpurt, January Term Courses, Tropical and Marine Ecology||MC2007/141 ||Ecology: "Tropical and Marine Ecology" January Term course taught by Professor Orpurt. Eight years of slides, pictures, brochures, etc. |
|Natural Sciences Division: Science Club||MC2003/3 ||Science Club
Financial records, minutes from 1925-1941.
Letter from H. B. Hass, Department Head of Chemistry, Purdue University to Dr. Carl W. Holl.
Letter from Aurora Secretary to Wilson Lutz, President of the Science Club regarding Aurora fees.
|Natural Sciences Division: Science Club 1944 - 1948||MC2007/137: Science Club Minutes and Records 1944 - 1948 ||Science Club Minutes and records 1944 - 1948. These materials are part of the large collection, Financial Records of Manchester College MC2007/137. |
|Natural Sciences Division: Science Symposium 20 April 1990 ||Media Cabinet: Science Symposium April 1990 |
Science Symposium 20 April 1990. SVHS tapes copied to DVD-R in 2010, see Media Cabinet, IIS.
Dr. Dale Oxender, "Impact of Biotechnology on Man's Environment." [dubbing master]
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]
Dr. David Miller, "Management of Low-Level Radiocactive Wastes." [SVHS original] (SLIDES)
Dr. David Miller, "Management of Low-Level Radiocactive Wastes." [dubbing master] (SLIDES)
Dr. Roger Dilling, "Global Warming-Physics of Phantasm? An Environmental Mandate for 'Mission to Planet Earth.'" [SVHS dubbing Master]
Dr. Richard Ringeisen, "Mathematical Sciences..." and Dr. Roger Dilling, "Global Warming..." [SVHS original SLIDES]
See Media Cabinet, IIS.
|Neff Scrapbook: Professor Schutz and Family||MC2008/186 ||Photographs of J. Raymond Schutz with family from the Scrapbook of Ida Fields Neff. |
|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.
|Neff, Robert: Commemorating the Death of Christ||Convocation Tape #175: Neff, Robert ||Speaker: Dr. Robert Neff, who at that time was General Secretary of the General Board of the Church of the Brethren. The speech was given on 1 October 1984. |
|Neher, Minnerva: Missionary to China, Correspondence||Brethren People File: Neher, Minerva |
Signed letter from Minerva Neher, missionary to Shou Yang, Shansi, China, dated 18 August 1936.
|Neher, O. W. Collection: Mount Morris College||MC2011/210 |
O. W. Neher served as Acting President at Mount Morris College following the presidency of Professor W. W. Peters and prior to that of C. Ernest Davies. His dates at Mount Morris spanned from 1924-1932. When a fire forced Mount Morris to close its doors and merge with Manchester College, Neher came to Manchester and taught Biology from 1932-1954.
For additional material regarding O. W. Neher, see: Manchester College Bulletin ,January 1977 p.10. Faculty File in Vault containing confidential information. The public segment of this file contains Neher's obituary, memorial service and remarks by President Helman, as well as Neher's sermon "Nature and God."
|Neher, O. W.: Photographs Biology Dpt. and Hall of Science||MC2009/53 |
O. W. Neher photographs: Biology Department Photos and Hall of Science Dedicatory Materials.
|Neher, Oscar: Artwork||MC2012/45 ||Hand-drawn artwork by Oscar W. Neher for Mount Morris College annual publication circa 1929. |
|Neher, Oscar: Lesson Plans and Papers||MC2002/104o |
Oscar Warner Neher taught at Mount Morris College from 1924 until it merged with Manchester College in 1932. He was the only faculty member that transferred to Manchester College, where he taught biology from 1932 until 1954. Following is a list of folders containing lesson plans and papers for Neher's courses.
|Neher, Robert||Alumni Large Box 187: Neher, Robert |
Material regarding Robert T. Neher, Ph.D.
|Neher, Viola: Zaner Method Certificate||MC2004/175 ||21 x 16" certificate of Viola Neher, dated 13 April 1918. Signed by R. R. Hippensteel, Instructor. |
|Newman Catholic Fellowship: Aurora Photograph||MC2004/408: Newman Catholic Fellowship #62 ||The Newman Catholic Fellowship photograph #62 is part if the larger Aurora Photograph Collection 2001 MC2004/408. |
|Newman, Paul: Contact Prints||MU2013/8 ||Contact prints of Paul Newman's stop on campus in April of 1968 while campaigning for Senator Euguene McCarthy who was seeking the Democatic presidential nomination. |
|Newspaper Collection||MC2009/21 |
Collection of newspapers including:
- Dixon Evening Leader, 7 November 1918, "HUNS QUIT"...'War Ends At 2 P.M. As Germany Accepts Allied Terms; French Are Wild With Joy"
- Dixon Evening Leader, 11 November 1918, "Huns Bow Completely To The Allied Demands."
- The Indianapolis Times, 12 September 1938, "War or Peace--- Hitler to Decide."
- The Washington Post, 21 January 1953, "Ike Takes Helm in a 'Time of Tempest..'"
- Chicago Daily News, 23 November 1963, "President is Killed...".
- The Christian Science Monitor, 25 November 1963, "U.S. Rallies in Crisis," [assassination of John F. Kennedy and L. B. Johnson sworn in as 36th President of the U.S.].
- The News Journal, North Manchester, Indiana, 25 November 1963, "Country Mourns Slain President."
|Newspaper Spread: Education and Professional Programs Division||MC2009/118 ||Newspaper spread, "Manchester Makes Educators," by Joe Gaskill. |
|Non-traditional Students: Commuter ||Oak Leaves, 27 October 1960 ||See: Oak Leaves, 27 October 1960 p.2. |
|North Manchester Buildings||File Folder: Local History Section, northeast shelving unit, (IS). ||History, Indiana and Local: Hotel, Town of North Manchester: Lantz House, Sheller Hotel, Grimes Hotel and Hospitality House. |
|North Manchester Civic Symphony: Written History||MC2003/136 |
Brief history of the symphony, written sometime after 1943 (undated).
|North Manchester History: Houses||MC2011/230 |
"Old Houses of North Manchester, Indiana," written by L. Z. Bunker, M. D. and retyped and illustrated by Allan White.
|North Manchester: Churches||History Box, History Shelves, NE Shelving Unit (IS) ||A history of the churches in North Manchester. |
|North Manchester: Historical Figures||Newsletter of the North Manchester Historical Society, Inc. |
Eleven issues of the Newsletter of the North Manchester Historical Society, Inc., containing historical information about events and figures of North Manchester. Some of these people are connected to Manchester College.
|North Manchester: Local History||MC2010/153 ||A publicity postcard with the family portrait of the Rev. J. I. Byler and Family, "Gospel Singers" from North Manchester, Indiana. |
|North Ward School||MC2007/217 |
Jo Ann Schall was an instructor in Practical Arts and Letters, Education, at Manchester College.
The North Ward School served as the College Training School for teacher education. The history of the North Ward School was researched, compiled and presented by Jo Ann Schall.
|Novak, Michael: Mock, Jon Livingston Memorial Lecture||Convocation Tape #39: Novak, Jon Livingston Mock Memorial Lecture ||The Jon Livingston Mock Memorial Lecture by Dr. Michael Novak, 28 March 1977. |
|Nuclear Discussion: Convocation Series||Convocation Tape #59a, 1 and 2: Nuclear Discussion, Panel |
Nuclear Power Discussion: One of 5 recordings in a series of panel discussions and workshops about nuclear power held on 27 March 1979 at Manchester College.
The first speaker is Kenneth Shank (spelling?).
|Nutt, Grady||MC2011/48 ||Mr. Grady Nutt is a comedian and a minister. He performed at Manchester College on 7 April 1975. |
|Oak Leaves or Aurora: Images||MU2012/22 |
Contact sheets and negatives from either Oak Leaves or Aurora offices. These were taken during the Parker Marden Years. Carnival images.
|Oak Leaves or Aurora: Photographs||MU2012/23 |
||Oak Leaves or Aurora Pictures
|Oak Leaves or Aurora: Photographs, 1997||MU2012/21 |
|Photographs circa 1997||Oak Leaves or Aurora Pictures|
|Oak Leaves: Contact Sheets and Photographs||MU2012/13 ||Pictures most likely from September 1998. They include, Soccer, a buffet, Benson Onyegi, Football, and a demonstration about the Palestinian condition. |
|Oak Leaves: History||MC2003/123 ||Oak Leaves administrative history. |
|Oak Leaves: Metal Printing Plates||MU2012/17 ||Metal plates used for printing from the Oak Leaves Office that was dissassembled and moved on 14 May 2012. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs||MU2012/8 - Folder #1 ||Identified and unidentified pictures of faculty, staff and students. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs||MU2012/11 - Folder #1 ||Primarily pictures of students and possibly the Oak Leaves staff somtime during the 1990's? Unidentified photographs including Groundskeeping. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs||MU2012/16 - Folder #1 |
These pictures appear to be from 2004 and 2005. They are snapshots of students on campus, theatrical production, Schwalm Hall alarm, Day of Silence - Night of Noise.
|Oak Leaves: Photographs||MU2012/16 - Folder #2 ||An assortment of unidentified and undated pictures. These images might related to January term trips, Habitat for Humanity, and concerns in the Middle East. Student photographs are included. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs||MU2012/7a - Folder #4 |
A variety of photographs:
- Halloween - costumes - circa the 1990's.
- International Fair - circa the 1990's?
- Campus staff including Patty Cox in Foodservice.
- Barbeque and music on the "lawn" with a stack of CDs.
- Mock United Nations (circa the 1990's?).
- "Opening?" Perhaps opening events at the beginning of school.
|Oak Leaves: Photographs and Corresponding Contact Sheets||MU2012/15 ||Pictures are most likely from November 1998. They include football, students and professors, Habitat for Humanity, theShack-a-Thon, theater, and soccer. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs circa1993 ||MU2012/112 ||Most of these photographs were used in issues of the Oak Leaves from 11 February 1993 through 7 May 1993. There is one folder of negatives and images that did not appear to be correlated with this time-frame and will be arbitrariliy dated - circa 1992-1993. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs, Contact Sheets, 1992 - 1995.||MU2012/7c ||These contact sheets include but are not limited to the identified images of people and events from 1992 - 1995. |
|Oak Leaves: Photographs, ID 09 17 95||MU2012/7a - Folder #1 |
Contact sheets and students photographs, 1995. People in sombreros. Golf pictures
|Oak Leaves: Plate||MU2012/18, Folder #2 ||Oak Leaves plate of campus homes and residences. |
|Oak Leaves: Plates||MU2012/18 - Folder #3 |
Plates of President Otho Winger.
|Oak Leaves: Plates||MU2012/18 - Folder #4 ||Oak Leaves: Plate of floutist, and plates of employees. |
|Oak Leaves: Plates||MU2012/18 - Folder #5 |
Oak Leaves plates circa the 1950's.
- Firemen hosing with water.
- Group of students.
- Men's tennis.
|Oak Leaves: Removing Trees, Photographs||MU2012/12 - Folder #1 ||Snapshots recording the process of taking down trees next to the Union. |
|Oak Leaves: Special Issues||MC2009/96a,b,c,d |
Special issues of the Oak Leaves.
1. MC2009/96a: 7 March 1925 edition featuring editor and student Harry Lynn Sheller on pg. 2.
2. MC2009/96b: 11 March 1925 edition featuring the heating plant and speaker Dr. Ira Landrith.
3. MC2009/96c: 8 January 1948 edition featuring "(Carl) Sandburg Here Tonight."
4. MC2009/96d: 26 March 1953 edition featuring "Jean Childs To Reign As May Queen."
|Oak Leaves: Templates||MU2012/18 - Folder #1 ||Cardboard-like plates probably used in the printing process. Some subjects and images are identified. |
|Oakwood Dining Hall: Photographs||Oakwood Dining Hall: Photographs |
Contact Archivist for pictures of food service staff in the old dining hall: Oakwood Pies for Dessert 1953-54, Oakwood Pie Chefs 1953 - 1954, Oakwood Dining Hall Desserts, Eating in Oakwood Dining Hall, Earlier Oakwood Dining Room Photograph
|Obama, President Barack, Election: Photographs ||MC2009/30 ||President Barack Obama takes his first oath of office as students, faculty and staff watch the television broadcast. |
|Observatory: Morris, Charles S.||Observatory: Information ||For material regarding the Charles S. Morris Observatory, see: Manchester College Bulletin, October 1950 p.4; March 1977 p.4; Oak Leaves 15 September 1960 p.2; 22 September 1960 p.2; Photo box 118. |
|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).
|Office of Academic Affairs: Materials Transfer July 2009 ||MC2009/97c,d |
Transfer of files from the Office of Academic Affairs.
|Office of Academic Affairs: Assortment||MC2011/203 |
- Sabbatical letters.
- Manchester Institute.
- Reaching Business and Community Through Expert Training, Tree Commemoration 30 October 2003.
- A Proposal for a Shared Investment in a New College Union at Manchester College, 1998, Capital Improvement Program,The Lilly Endowment, Inc.
|Office of Institutional Research: SAT Scores of Incoming Freshmen, Admissions Committee Rules, Reports and Comparisons for the 1970's and 1980's.||MC2007/212 |
Office of Institutional Research: SAT Scores of Incoming Freshmen, Admissions Committee Rules, Reports and Comparisons for the 1970's and 1980's.
|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 Multicultural Affairs||MC General File: Multicultural Affairs, Office of ||Material pertaining to the Manchester College Office of Multicultural Affairs. |
|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. |
|Open House ||MC General File: Admissions, Open House ||Open House. |
|Oppenheim, Etta H.||Photo Box 186, MC2004/386 ||Tribute to Etta H. Oppenheim by Professor R. H. Miller. |
|Oppenheim, Isaac and Etta H. ||MC2009/149 |
Photograph of the donors, "Professor of Mathematics," Isaac and Etta H. Oppenheim.
|Oppenheim: Boys and Cars||MC2011/223 ||Gene Oppenheim, Ben Oppenheim, Isaac Oppenheim and Phil Oppenheim all had unique interests in automobiles. |
|Oral History of Indiana 1983 - 1984: Photograph||MC2010/160 |
1983 - 1984 photograph of Manchester College students working with local citizens to produce an "Oral History of Indiana."
Also see: President's 1984 Annual Report, page 12.
|Oriental Manuscripts ||MC2009/47 ||Japanese or Chinese calligraphy in black ink on large pieces of paper. |
|Original Alumni Fountain: Photograph||MC2003/55 |
Original Alumni Fountain Photograph: Crowd of men, women, and children surrounding original Alumni Fountain. Bumgardner Hall is shown in the background.
See Also: Fountains.
|Orpert, Philip: Collection||MC2009/140 |
The Philip A. Orpurt Collection, reprints of Dr. Orpurts publications and MS thesis and PhD Thesis, etc. Information on campus trees.
|Otho Winger: Native American||MC BULLETIN, Vol 73, 1980-81 |
"Indians Revere memory of Otho Winger," MC BULLETIN, Vol 73, 1980-81 Calendar year.
|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.
|Painting: Sekular, Landscape,1983 ||MC2007/223 |
Small Painting by Sekular, 1983.
|Papa is All, Chicago Stagebill, 1941||MC2007/72 ||"Papa is All" Chicago Stagebill, 1941. Play depicting "the Plain People" of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. |
|Parents' Weekend||MC2002/220 |
Parents' Weekend programs, news releases and clippings.
|Parker, Phil||MC2008/146 a, b, c, d ||Professor Phil Parker was a professor in the Education Department from 1960 - 1985. He also was an instructor in audio visual materials. 16mm film versions of "It Happens Every Noon." |
|Parker, Philip||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Parker, Philip ||Material relating to Philip Parker, Practical Arts and Letters, Education. |
|Paul Family Record ||MC2009/46 ||Paul Family Record 1763 - 1963 (partial book) compiled and edited by Lawrence W. Shultz with the assistance of members of the Paul Family. |
|Peace Pole||MC2002/221 |
Peace poles, which state, "May Peace Prevail on Earth" in several languages have been dedicated in several locations on Manchester's campus and in North Manchester.
- Correspondence, dedication programs, newspaper articles
More information at Peace Poles can be found at www.peacepoles.com
For related material regarding the Peace Pole see: Messenger June 1996 p.5
|Peace Studies Program 25th Anniversay: Boulding, Elise||MC2011/54 |
25th Anniversary of the Peace Studies Program. President Helman gives a history of the Peace Studies program at Manchester College. A keynote speaker is Dr. Elise Boulding, the wife of Dr. Kenneth Boulding, world renouned economist and peace activist.
|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: Deeter, Allen||MC2009/185 |
Peace Studies Materials Including Helman and Deeter Articles.
President A. Blair Helman's, "The Peace Studies Program: Retrospect and Prospect."
Professor Allen C. Deeter's, "Pioneering in Peace Education in the Church Colleges."
- Fellowship of Reconcilliation events (folder #7).
- "America's Post-War Foreign Policy."
- "Towards a World Organism, Specific Proposals for - an integrated, functional approach to world organization - and for creative technics of building world unity and understanding. This much we could achieve by 1960," by Kenneth Ives.
- "From UMT To Peace," by E. Paul Weaver, Chairman Commission on National Legislation, Indiana Council of Churches, Mexico, Indiana.
Bookmark, "Please Remember, Bombs Are Made To Kill People."
Clipping, "Sobbing, Fainting Mark Realistic War Rehearsal..."
|Peace Week: Posters, Schedules, 1994, 2004||MC2009/71-E: Events on Campus, Object number MC2009/71-Ei, Ei2 |
Poster with schedule of events for Peace Week 2004. This poster is part of the larger collection MC2009/71.MC2009/71-E, i - Peace Week 2004, schedule of events poster. MC2009/71-E,i2 - Peace Week 1994, schedule of events poster (formerly #24 2003/114).
|Peace: Negatives, Oak Leaves||MU2012/10 - Folder #1 ||Packet of negatives circa 1995 featuring the work of a muralist, that includes the slogans, "Stop Nuclear Power Plants" and "Stop War." Also included is a musician from Peace Week 1995. |
|Peacemaker Fund: Zunkel, Charles and Cleda||MC2010/53: Zunkel Peacemaker Fund ||Poster: The Charles and Cleda Zunkel Peacemaker Fund presents, Rev. Dr. C. Wayne Zunkel, Manchester College alumnus. This is part of the larger collection accessioned as MC2010/53. |
|Pearson, Winnie||Alumni Box 187: Wertenberger, Winnie Pearson |
Winnie Pearson Wertenberger took commencial coursework as well as shorthand and typing, graduating from this program in 1901. She continued to live in North Manchester and worked for an insurance office (The College Standard, June 1901, Vol. III, No. 1) and it is noted in the Manchester College Catlogue 1907, with announcements for 1907-1908 that she worked as a bookkeeper (company not noted, perhaps the same one as previously mentioned.). Her file contains copies from The College Standard and the Manchester College Catalogues that talk about the commercial department at the college and reasons why young women might consider a commercial education.
Class cards and records are in Filing Cabinet and in Large Box 125. Restricted access.
|PEMM Club: Records, 1981-1988||MC2002/222 |
PEMM Club stands for Physical Education Majors and Minors Club. The club was started in 1964 with the purposes of helping physical education majors get acquainted, sharing ideas, promoting physical education interests, offering opportunities for practical experiences in the field, supplying information for job opportunities, and developing assistants for the physical education department. Mr. James Gratz was the first faculty advisor. This file contains the constitution, and minutes 1981-1988.
See Also: Oak Leaves, 15 October 1964 p.2; 14 January 1965 p.4; 28 January 1965 p.2.
|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. |
|Perkins, John, Going Through Samaria: Convocation #25, 1976||Convocation #25: Perkins, John ||Rev. Mr. John Perkins gives the address, "Going Through Samaria," 13 October 1976. |
|Peters, W. W.: President||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Peters, W. W. ||Material related to Mount Morris College President, W. W. Peters. |
|Petersime Chapel: Postcard||MC2003/84 ||Petersime Chapel: Color postcard of Petersime Chapel with students. |
|Pettit, Robert||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Pettit, Robert ||Material related to Robert Pettit, Social Sciences, Sociology. |
|Pharmacy, College of||College of Pharmacy: Large Box 200 |
Articles about Manchester College's new College of Pharmacy.
|Pharmacy, College of: Groundbreaking, 4 August 2011||MC2011/194 |
One program from the Mancheser College School of Pharmacy Groudbreaking 4, August, 2011.
City of Fort Wayne Proclamation from the Office of the Mayor.
Why Manchester College is launching a School of Pharmacy.
Suggested talking points about Manchester's School of Pharmacy.
One hand drawn plan of the School of Pharmacy.
|Phi Delta Kappa: History, 1983 - 2001 ||MC2007/33 ||History of the Manchester College Phi Delta Kappa, 1983 - 2001, a membership directory, 1987 - 1988, and news clippings. |
|Philalethea Cash Books||MC2007/137: Philalethea financial ||See MC2007/137 for Philalethea financial records for 1934 - 1935, 1936 - 1937, 1937 - 1938. |
|Philophronian||MC General File |
Male literary society, counterpart to Philalethean. Photocopy of image of key fob.
1921 Aurora, pg. 74.: Motto: "Strength United is Stronger."
|Philorhetoria Graduates of 1924||MC2004/493 ||Philorhetoria (male) graduates of 1924. |
|Philorhetoria Literary Society||MC2003/358 ||Philorhetoria (male) and Philomathea (female). |
|Photgraph Montage||MC2007/60 ||Montage of re-printed material featuring MC characters, buildings, organizations. |
|Photograph and Memorabilia Assortment||MC2011/192 |
A packet of materials was dropped at the Front Desk of the Library by an unidentified individual during the month of July 2011. The contents contained photographs from Manchester College and one paper fan from a local funeral home. The Archivist believes this assortment was received from former Archivist, Ferne Baldwin. Two of the photographs were of the "Flying Club?" and were accessioned as MC2011/190. A listing of the remaining objects follows:
1. One fan from George N. Bender & Son Funderal Directors, North Manchester, Indiana. The picture on the fan is that of a young mother holding a sleeping baby in her arms and is titled, "Loves Gift Divine." This fan will be filed in the Local History Box of the Archives by its accession number MC2011/192fan.
2. Eight Photographs:
Two photographs of the gymnasium layout for a program held in June 1967. At first glance, until looking at the date, it appears as if this could be for baccalaureate and commencement exercises.
One photograph of Student Alumni Service Award recipients, Cynthia Bull (MC Class of 1990) and Matthew Smucker (MC Class of 1990) as well as Alumni Service Award reciptients Robin Lahman, Florence Freed (MC Class of 1928) and Helen Taylor (MC Class of 1973).
Two color snapshots of the footfield field with chairs, platform and band. This is possibly for graduation exercises.
One black and white photograph of aerial view of campus with Petersime Chapel, Funderburg Library, the Gymnasium/Auditorium, Holl-Kintner Hall of Science and the Winger building before it was the Wine-Winger building.
8" x 10" black and white photograph of students, possibly from the 1970's.
Black and white 8" x 10" publicity photograph of Paul Polivnick, Associate Conductor, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
|Photograph Collection, Public Relations: Wall of Fame, Faculty and Staff||MC2004/103 ||Photographs of Jonathan Watson, Debora DeWitt, Korrine Gust, Mark Bryant & Terese Salupo-Bryant, Lynne Margolies, Marcia Benjamin, Manu Bhagavan, Brad Yoder, Marcie Coulter-Kern, Thelma Rohrer, Mark Huntington, Rusty Coulter-Kern, Jennifer Lutz, Mark Angelos, Jill Lichtsinn, Brian Peterson, Steve Naragon, Kathryn Heler, Dave Kreps, Robert Bowman, Cathy Gatchel, Lana Groombridge. |
|Photograph Collection, Public Relations: Wall of Fame, Faculty and Staff||MC2004/729 ||Faculty/Staff Photographs: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection |
|Photograph: American Chemical Society, 1964||MC2010/99 ||One photograph of students and faculty who were members of the American Chemical Society, 1963-1964. |
|Photograph: Angelou, Maya||MC2008/134 ||Maya Angelou photograph with President and Pat Helman. |
|Photographs 1958 - 1962||MC2012/48 |
A collection of photographs representing residence life, May Day events, A Cappella Choir, religious life, classes and athletics at Manchester College circa 1958 - 1959 - 1960 - 1961 - 1962.
|Photographs from the College Museum||MC2008/173a-e |
Photographs from the Museum.
Fenton art glass lamp celebrating the town's sesquicentennial year, May 1985 Bulletin pg. 12.
Commemorative china, 1986-87.
African artifacts, Photographer, Bob Cheeseman, (class of 1992), photo taken 29 September 1989.
Photo of commemorative glassware, Manchester pennants and miscellaneous college artifacts, including Bawlings Basketball Score Book. Photographer, Bob Cheeseman. Photo taken 29 September 1989.
Photo of projector from the Biology Department. Photographer, Bob Cheeseman. Photo taken 29 September 1989.
|Photographs of Conductor, Arthur Fiedler||MC2010/102 ||Photographs of Arthur Fiedler on the Manchester College campus when he came to direct a group of young string players. More information is needed to add to this record. |
|Photographs of Faculty, Trustees, Etc. From College Advancement, PR files||MC2007/228 |
Photographs of faculty, presidents, trustees, etc. from College Advancement, PR files.
|Photographs of International Students||MC2010/92 |
Group and individual photographs of international students. Included in this collection is:
- Pawn Chanthalangsy, Manchester College Class of 1976.
- Group photograph, undated.
- Group photograph circa the 1950's of students around a desk pointing to a poster advertising the "United Nations Banquet."
|Photographs: Alumni Days and Alumni Reunions ||MC2004/90 |
Photographs are from Homecoming and Alumni Days 1993. Many alumni are identified.
|Photographs: Art, Buildings, College Campus, Ceremonies, Students, Football, Sports||MC2006/31 |
Assortment of photographs of campus buildings, the construction of Holl-Kintner, the old observatory, May Day, Ikenberry Hall, students and professors, including Allen Deeter, Niswander and Glade.
Also included are photographs of Football 1960 - 1976 and Martial Arts.
Students in class and on campus, 1974 and earlier: 1974 photo of Yvonne Frey, Dave Ball, Margie Schaeffer. Phil Amadon, Donna Hubscher, Nancy Hood, Patricia Dickens.
Photographs of pottery and painting art class.
|Photographs: Assorted||MC2006/31 |
Assorted Photographs of Buildings, College Campus, Tennis Courts, Ceremonies, Students
|Photographs: Contact Sheets, 1980's||MC2008/139a,b |
Photographs and contact sheets from the 1980 featuring faculty, staff and students. Also included are athletics pictures, Camp Mack Day, President Robinson, theater, the radio station, students playing the chime, and many other images. Many pictures are identified.
|Photographs: Faculty and Staff||MC2003/226 ||Faculty/Staff Photograph Collection |
|Photographs: Faculty and Staff||MC2004/124 |
Bicycling to Camp Mack 1991, Professor Al Herring. 9/19/91.
Gilbert Foster, graphic artist, during staff recognition. Dubbed "Batman" because of his help in getting bats out of the Administration Building. 4/5/93.
Leonard Williams, Jr., Associate Professor of Political Science. 9/28/92.
Katherine Tinsley, Assistant Professor of History. 9/28/92.
Dr. David Hicks, Assistant Professor of Biology. 10/17/92.
Lani Roberts, Director of Career Services. 10/19/92.
Leonard Williams. 10/16/92.
Dr. Larry Underberg, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies. 10/16/92.
Dale Liston, head football coach, Deanna Brown, campus pastor, at Christian Hindman's memorial. 3/2/93.
David P. Kreps '64, Barbara Ehrhardt '89, David J. Hicks, Alan Holyoak, Albert Williams. 9/6/92.
College Exploration Day. Dr. James Streator.
David Good, soccer coach and staff member, leads at the staff recognition. 4/5/93.
|Photographs: Faculty and Staff||Food Service Photos |
Faculty/Staff Photos: Foodservice:
Boxes 166 a, b, c, 167 and Box 138 have been combined into two large boxes in the photo shelves. Faculty and staff are stored in alphabetical order. "Food Service" is included in these boxes and most "Food Service" staff are found within this file folder.
|Photographs: Identified photographs of Faculty / Staff / Student / Friends||MC2010/88 |
An assortment of identified photographs of Faculty, Staff, Students and Friends that span many years. See Scope and Content for names.
|Photographs: Images circa 1996||MU2012/2c - Folder #1 ||Contact sheets from 1996. Images of basketball, coaches and of Camp Mack Day with Professor Scott Strode. |
|Photographs: 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 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, January 1998 - May 2000 - Part 5||MC2012/36e |
Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 2000 - May 2000.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1998 - May 2002: Miscellaneous Assortment||MC2012/36h ||Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 1998 - May 2002. These images were out of order within the collection and the subject and/or date could not be determined. They form a miscellaneous group that falls somewhere within this general time period. |
|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, 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. |
|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: Oak Leaves and Aurora||MU2012/1 - Folder 2 ||Interesting photographs from various years that might have been used for a display. |
|Photographs: Slides||ROSeptember2012/6 ||Slides of buildings, campus scenes, activities, sports, people from 1995 - 1995. |
|Photographs: Student, Faculty and Staff ||MC2004/408 |
Baccalaureate and Commencement Aurora Photograph Collection, 2001. Box 191 contains student, faculty, and staff portraits that appeared in the 2001 edition of the Aurora. Each photograph is labeled with the subject's name. Box 193 contains 6 CD-ROMs and photographs.
|Phronia Lethea: Financial records 1937 - 1944.||MC2007/137: Phronia Lethea |
Financial records for Phronia Lethea: 1937 - 1944 are in one book. This is part of the larger collection MC2007/137.
|Physical Plant and Campus||Physical Plant and Campus: Additional Information ||See also: Aerial views of campus; Buildings; Gospel Messenger, 23 June 1945 p.5; Manchester College Bulletin, July 1950 p.3; July 1951 p.4; July 1977 p.9; Oak Leaves, 19 September 1963 p.1; 3 October 1963 p.2 (history); Photo Box 148. |
|Physical Plant: Fleet of Vehicles||MC2010/143 ||One copy of a 1981 newspaper article about the College's vehicular fleet. |
|Pittman, Stan||MC General File: Faculty, New: Pittman, Stan ||Fact sheet about Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Stanley Pittman, Director of Audio-Visual Services and Assistant Professor of Education. |
|Plan of Campus Development, A. Blair Helman Papers (MC2002/2)||MC2002/2u |
Plan of campus development developed by Metropolitan Planners and MCRS, 1958-1960 in the A. Blair Helman papers.
|Planer, Professor John: An Introduction to Electronic Music||MC2011/101 ||This is a recording made for class. Professor John Planer pre-records a presentation that is an introduction to electronic music. Music samples are played. |
|Plant Analysis Notebook: Goshorn, Mt. Morris College, 1889||MC2011/125 |
About 61 plants are recorded in this personal notebook kept by Ezra N. Goshorn, thought to be a student at Mt. Morris College, Illinois. The book spans 17 April 1889 through 29 July 1897. The preprinted formatted notebook is entitled, “APGAR’S PLANT ANALYSIS: Adapted to Gray’s Botanies," by E. A. and A. C. Apgar.
|Plant Analysis Notebook: Ikenberry, Mt. Morris College, 1888||MC2011/113 |
About 150 plants are recorded in this personal notebook kept by W. Lewis Ikenberry, thought to be a student at Mt. Morris College, Illinois. The book spans 21 April 1888 through 30 May 1893. The preprinted formatted notebook is entitled, “APGAR’S PLANT ANALYSIS: Adapted to Gray’s Botanies," by E. A. and A. C. Apgar. Although preformatted, the individual fills in the blanks. W. Lewis Ikenberry, from Waterlook Iowa, filled this book out in detail, including localities where specimens were found, such as:
College campus, Mt. Morris, Ilinois, May 9, 1988.
Pine Creek 3 mi. W. Mt. Morris, May 16, 1888.
Rock River below Oregon,Illinois,June 2, 1888
Cedar River, opp J. Murphy, Waterloo, Iowa, July 4, 1892
Cascade Glenn, Ann Arbor, Michigan,May 30, 1893.
About 150 plants are described and recorded.
|Plaque: Library Furnished in Memory of Max And Joyce Rust Snider, From Class of 1958||MC2010/84 ||One metal plaque made by the U.S. Bronze Sign Co., N.Y. "Gifts From The Class of 1958 And Others Helped Furnish This Library In Memory of Max and Joyce Rust Snider." |
|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.
|Plunkett, Roy||Alumni Box 187: Plunkett, Roy |
Plunkett, Roy, Manchester College alumnus, Class of 1932. Biographical material related to this prominent scientist and inventor of Teflon.
See also: The Story of the Natural Sciences at Manchester College by William R. Eberly.
|Plunkett, Roy: General ||MC2001/3 |
Roy Plunkett Collection, containing but not limited to: Interview materials, articles, general info., address and photograph albums, photographs, awards, stoles. Memorabilia including temperature and humidity indicator. Speech given at Manchester College. Obituary from "Parade" magazine. Personal correspondence. Teflon demonstration pieces, such as utilization in the repair of the knee joint and medical prototypes.
See also: The Story of the Natural Sciences at Manchester College by William R. Eberly
|Plunkett, Roy: Photographs ||MC2004/285 ||Photographs of Roy Plunkett at various times in his life. |
|Polley, Frederick: Artist||MC2002/228 ||Artist, Frederick Polley, sketch collection. |
|Polley, Frederick: Artist, Drawing||MC2004/624 ||Frederick Polley drawing of Ikenberry Hall. |
|Portraits: Holl and Kintner||MC2011/148a,b |
The Holl-Kintner Hall of Science was constructed during the first phase of the March of Progress fundraising campaign was named in honor of Professors Holl and Kintner. These portraits were located in the lobby of Holl-Kintner Hall of Science.
|Post War Higher Education||MC2004/251 |
Post-War Higher Education Materials.
|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
|Pottenger, James Lee||MC2009/37 |
Pottenger, James Lee, Class of 1939.
Letters, information about the debating team, photo, interesting items, see: Betty (Pottenger) Refior (Class of 1943) Collection MC2009/37.
See Also: Betty Pottenger Phelps Refior typed copies of her brother's letters that recorded his missionary experience. Included in the collection are photographs, drawings, architectural plans and other memorabilia. This collection is now at the DePauw University Archives, 11 E. Lrabee St., Greencastle, Indiana 46135
See also: Manchester College Bulletin August 1950 p.3
|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.
|Pranks: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/307 ||Pranks pulled by students during President Helman's time as President. |
|Prayer: Photograph||MC2010/107 |
Photograph of a circle of students in prayer.
|Presentation: Wright, Dr. Nathan||MC2011/73 ||This reel-to-reel tape, is identified as containing a presentation by Dr. Nathan Wright. Date unknown. However, the recording, CD #1, Part 1, starts out with Dr. Knechel addressing students, then Moments with Manchester with James Garber, recording the New Year's and Christmas radio program. Part 2, CD #2, is actually Dr. Nathan Wright, African-American leader, educator and activist. He gives a presentation centering around the topic, "What Black Educators Are Saying." |
|President Helman: History of Manchester College||MC2011/27 |
Helman opening Spring Term of the academic year. The box is dated 1/29/1978. This could be wrong. The actual date could be 1/29/1979. Helman states that the College is opening an anniversary year and that During the 1979 calendar year, MC will be observing its 90th anniversary. 1979 is an anniversary year.
|President's Attic||MC2006/13 ||President's Attic. Assortment of letters, papers, memorabilia pulled from forgotten storage space. |
|President's Office: Assortment||MU2012/103 Box 9 ||An assortment of files from the Office of the President spanning approximately 1956 - 2001. |
|President's Office: Assortment||MU2012/103 Box 5 ||A vast assortment of materials from the Office of the President, some confidential. |
|President's Office: COB, BCA, Elderhostel and More||MU2012/103 Box 4 ||President's Box ihat includes Church of the Brethren materials, information about Brethren Colleges Abroad, and other topics beginning with the letter, "A." |
|President's Office: Departments and Divisions||MU2012/103 Box 3 |
President's Box #3: Departments and Divisions.
|President's Office: Offices, Commissions, Institutions||MU2012/103 Box 7 ||President's Box containing materials for various councils, foundations, colleges, institutions, boards, offices and academies. |
|President's Office: Presidential Correspondence N - Z||MU2012/103 Box 2 |
Presidential Correspondence N - Z.
|Presidents, Faculty, Trustees, Etc.: Photographs ||MC2007/228 |
Photographs of Presidents, Faculty, Trustees, etc. from College Advancement, PR files.
|Presidents, Faculty, Trustees, Staff: Public Relations Photographs||MC2007/228 |
Photographs of presidents, faculty, trustees, etc. from their College Advancement, PR files.
|Presidents: Photograph Collection||MC2003/105 ||Photographs of the Presidents of Manchester University - oversized collection. Also included are the photographs of the Chinese Wedding performed by President Winger. |
|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.
|Printed Page with MC College Summer School 1921 and Fall Term 1921: Photographic Reprint 1921||MC2011/182 ||Images of Manchester College Summer School students, 1921, and Manchester College Fall Term students, 1921. The Fall Term photograph is dated 27 October 1921. |
|Program and Activity Calendar||Program and Activity Calendars ||Program and activity calendars throughout the years. |
|Program from "The Messiah," 1947||MC2008/117c ||"The Messiah, " 1947 production program. |
|Protests: 1969 -1970 School Year||MC2002/318 ||Protests: A Statement Regarding The Manchester College Program During The Final Two Weeks Of The 1969-70 School Year" |
|Psychology: Syllabi||MC2004/107 |
Psychology Department Syllabi:
|Public Program and CInema: Photographs||MC2010/151 |
Publicity photographs and related publicity poster for Public Programs and Cinema events, 1993 - 1994.
Chi-Town Jazz Dance, 1993.
A Christmas Carol by the Nebraska Theatre Caravan, 1993.
The Prism Quartet, 1993.
James Dapogny's Chicago Jazz and and the Chenille Sisters, 1994.
The Peking Acrobats, 1994.
The Mikado, by the Opera Northeast, 1994.
|Public Programs Series Survey||MC2010/152 |
Brochures advertising Public Programs for 1961 - 1962.
Public Program Series Survey listing the public pgograms from 1952 through 1974.
Mock-up for the Fort Wayne Philharmonic playing at Manchester College on 13 March 1992 and for The Notre Dame String Trio performing at Manchester College 11 April 1992.
|Public Programs, Artist Lecutres Series, Cinema, Special Music Performances and Masterclasses: Posters||MC2010/52a-u ||Posters for Public Programs / Artist Lecture Series / Cinema Series / Manchester College Department of Music Special Performances and Masterclasses. |
|Public Relations||Public Relations: Information |
See Also: Manchester College Bulletin, June 1950 p.1; Oak Leaves, 7 November 1963 p.3 (history); Large Boxes 133-135, 163; Photo Boxes 136, 137, 164, 197.
|Public Relations: Circa 1972||Pre-Med Brochures |
Promotional brochures, "A Good Place to be From - for Pre-Meds," circa 1972.
|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: Manchester College Media Coverage 2002 - 2006||MC2006/4 |
Manchester College Media Coverage 2002 - 2006.
|Public Relations: News Journal 1911 Newspaper Spread||MC2009/111 |
Newspaper: The News-Journal 1911 newspaper spread: "Wonderful Progress of Manchester College." An interesting historical account about the founding of the College.
Mentioned in the "College Notes" section is Catherine Forney, a student in Manchester college and instructor in French in the academy. Her parents, D. L. Forney and Anna Shull, were one of the first students to enroll at Manchester college and served also as missionaries at Jalalpor, India.
|Public Relations: News Releases and Newspaper Clippings Collection, 1987-1993||MC2004/446 |
Various News Releases and Newspaper Clippings - 1987 through 1993.
|Public Relations: Newspaper Spread August 1911||MC2009/112 |
Newspaper spread August 1911: "One of the Best Colleges Located in the Middle West."
A history of the institution and how it is conducted.
|Public Relations: Newspaper Spread circa 1996||MC2009/78 |
Newspaper: Advertising supplement to The News-Sentinel and The Journal Gazette (no date) product of the Office of Public Relations. "Making a Mark in the World."
Copy was written by Michael Schug, Public Relations Director; Peter Loomis, Public Relations Intern. The design was by Gib Foster, Graphic Designer; Tom Tricker, Desktop Compositor; Joy Groninger, Director of Publications.
Photo on pg. 6 focuses on Allan Yahne Class of 1996.
Featured is David Haist (to become President of the Board of Trustees 2008).
|Public Relations: Photographs||MU2012/80 ||Photographs of faculty, staff, students, alumni, college events, athletics, etc. circa 2001, 2002, 2003. |
|Public Relations: Photographs||MU2012/81 ||Photographs, negatives and contact sheets primarily from 2003. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/118 ||Photographs, negatives and other forms of visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/119 ||Photographs, negatives and other forms of visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. These pictures are mainly from 1993. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/127 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Photographs include pictures of the members of the administration and Board of Trustees. Special members of the faculty are also recognized with a picture. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/130 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Included are pictures of men's wrestling, campus shots featuring buildings and signage, the chime and its chimers, Funderburg Library, international flags, and the inauguration of Parker Marden. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/131 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. This is a diverse folder. Many of these pictures record trips made during January Term and another folder contains images of Koinonia. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/120 ||Photographs, negatives and other forms of visual media from Public Relations. Most pictures are from 1994 and include students,professors, and campus events such as Homecoming, May Day Weekend and Graduation. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/121 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Pictures are from Alumni Days (circa mid to late 1990's) and photographs from 1995, 1996, 1997. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media||MU2012/122 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Reunion pictures of alumni from Class years of 1928 through the early 1990's. Negatives from reunions circa 2000. Photographs from reunions taking place in 2004. |
|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, ||MU2012/124 |
Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Many pictures of students, events, and faculty/staff circa the mid to late 1990's. Pictures from other years offer campus scenes, Fall 2003 Service Day at North Mandchester Historical Society, Fun Fest and more.
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media, ||MU2012/125 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. |
|Public Relations: Photographs, Negatives and Visual Media, ||MU2012/133 ||Photographs, negatives and other forms of visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Most of these pictures focus on music. |
|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: Posters||MC2009/71: Entire Collection |
This is a large collection of printed and hand-made posters along with other memorabilia that had accumulated thorugh the years in the Manchester College Archives.
|Public Relations: Scenes of Manchester College Campus||MU2012/136a,b ||This collection is composed of two sets of images that capture campus scenes and document campus buildings. |
|Public Relations: Wall of Fame Photographs||MU2012/82 ||Student head shots and Faculty and Student Wall of Fame pictures . |
|Public Relations: Wall of Fame Photographs||MU2012/83 ||Faculty/Staff and Student contact sheets, negatives and photographs taken for the Wall of Fame. Biographies of some individuals are attached to the picture's verso. Dates include 2003-2004, 2005 |
|Public Relations: Wall of Fame Photographs||MU2012/85 ||Many of these images are from 2002. These are probably faculty/staff and student photographs taken for the Wall of Fame. |
|Public Relations: Wall of Fame Photographs||MU2012/86 ||Wall of Fame contact sheets and undated photographs of staff, faculty, students and campus events. Many individuals are identified (2002). |
|Publications: Brethren and Religiously Oriented||ROSeptember2012/7 |
- Primary Quartely, 1895 - non Brethren.
- Sunday School lessons, 1893 - non Brethren.
- 1894, Young Folk's Library of Choic Literature, "Enoch Arden," Tennyson.
- 1886, Second Quarter, "The Brethren's Quartely," Brethren Publishing Co., Mount Morris, IL and Huntingdon, PA.
|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.
|Quiz Trivia: Photographs||Photo Box 67 ||Quiz Trivia related photos. |
|Racial Tension 1969 - 1976: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/324 |
A. Blair Helman Papers referring to racial tension at Manchester College.
|Radio: WBKE Scrapbook ||MC2010/68a,b |
|Railroad: Nickel Plate Road, Menus||MC2009/35a |
Dinner and Breakfast menus created for "Manchester College Students" from Pullman Restaurant Car Service via the Nickel Plate Road.
Train and Railroad: See Also, "Memories of...Manchester." by Otho Winger for the story of the Big Four Tragedy, pg. 179.
|ral Union||MC2003/159 |
Choral Union: 1954-1955 spring term attendance records. Minutes 14 September 1954-19 May 1955.
|Rare Book Collection||MC2012/46 |
Ungraded reports submitted to Professor Stacey Erickson during January term 2010 for the class, Culture of the Book. Reports give information about bibles, books and periodicals from the Funderbury Library rare book collection.
|Rawlins, John: Rock River Seminary||MC General File: Rock River, Rawlins |
John Aaron Rawlins, Adjustant and Chief of Staff to General Ulysses S. Grant, attended Rock River Seminary.
|Readings for Oral Interpretation and ASCD Eductional Conference||MC2011/37 |
It appears that two unrelated recordings are on one reel-to-reel audio tape. The first, on Track #1, presents readings by students for the study of oral interpretation. The inclusion of student, Frank Barkdoll, on the tape would date his reading as taking place somewhere between 1959 and 1963.
Track #2 is of an ASCD education meeting featuring Harold Taylor and Gardner Murphy.
|Reber, D. C.||MC2002/104p |
Resume, notes on life, personal notebook, class books and notes for teaching, etc. by D. C. Reber. D.C. Reber taught education and ancient languages at Manchester College from 1917 until 1942. The collection also includes biographical newspaper articles about his life and interests.
For additional material relating to D. C. Reber, see: Oak Leaves, 7 April 1960 p.2.
|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.
|Recognition Events||MC2002/307 |
Recognition Events Program Collection:
MAC Recognition Banquet (1986), President's Recognition Dinner (1975, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986), Secretaries' Luncheon (1977, 1980, 1981), Recognition Celebration for Helmans' 25th Anniversary (1981), Senior Recognition Day (1947), Recognition Event for Emerson Niswander (1980), Laymen's Citation Awards Ceremony (1955), Recognition Banquet for President and Mrs. V.F. Schwalm (1956), Recognition Service for Otho Winger (1936), Recognitions Day (1961), Awards & Senior Recognition Convocation (1969), Awards Day (1959), Recognitions Chapel (1960).
|Recorded Music||MC2011/81 |
Recording of light rock, possibly from the 1960's along with some laughter.
|Recording Assortment||MC2011/86 ||Recording of dog barking, bird chirping, song of "the Great Pumpkin" from the comic strip, "Charlie Brown," recording of a newscaster, Russell Warren Howe, in Washington. Mr. Howe reads the same newscast in different ways. |
|Recording of the Manchester College Chime||MC2011/76 ||This is a recording of the Manchester College chime circa 1967 including Eidelweiss, Please Don't Take My Sunshine Away and the College hymn, By the Kenapocomoco. |
|Reel-To-Reel Tapes||MC2007/229 |
Old Ampex reel-to-reel format tapes including the lectures given by professors such as Gary Deavel, Jim Hollis, John Planer, Steven Batzka, Charles Klinger, James R. C. Adams, and others. The college does not have the equipment necessary to listen to some of these recordings.
In 2009 and 2010 Pittman and his staff were able to digitize some of the recordings that were on particular types of tape.
|Registrar||MC2008/23 ||Registrar' Office, September 1969: academic regulations and new grading system, 1969. |
|Registrar: Statistics 1974 - 1984||MC2007/208 ||Registrar's Notebook: Official Statistics 1974 through 1984. |
|Reinoehl, Kim: Public Relations Wall of Fame, Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Reinoehl, Kim ||Photograph of Kim Reinoehl: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection. This photograph of the Office of Admissions: #42 with Jolane Rohr, Sandy Bendsen, Jill Biehl, Kim Reinoehl, Melissa West, and Steve Schaum, is part of the larger collection MC2004/729. |
|Relief and Rehabilitation: Article Collection, C.P.S. Camp 101 ||MC2002/50 |
"Action of U.S. Congress." Gospel Messenger 92.31 (July 31, 1943): 17.
"Education for Service in Relief and Reconstruction Organized…" Gospel Messenger 92.20 (May 15, 1943): 19.
"Foreign Relief Training." Gospel Messenger 92.41 (October 9, 1943): 14-15.
"Manchester Unit." Second Mile [publication of C.P.S. Camp #48, Marienville, PA]. July 1943.
"Plans for Manchester Relief Corps." Gospel Messenger 92.32 (August 7, 1943): 21.
|Relief and Rehabilitation: C.P.S. Camp 101, Registrar's Records||MC2002/295 |
Matriculation cards for all students enrolled in Manchester's 10-week relief training program. Student information included: name, marital status, rooming location, parent's name, home address, courses, grades.
|Relief and Rehabilitation: C.P.S. Unit 101||MC2002/236 |
C.P.S. Unit 101
"Possible Criteria for Selecting Personnel for Relief and Reconstruction Training"
"A Handbook on Relief and Rehabilitation"
"General Background Material, Including Reference Works"
"Relief Administration--A Bibliography"
"Guide for Developing Questions for Project Records"
"Relief Training School--Courses Offered"
|Relief and Rehabilitation: C.P.S. Unit 101, Registrar's Records||MC2004/9 |
C.P.S. Unit 101 Registrar's Records along with a brief history and reference material describing the creation of CPS Camp 101 and its sub-camps, of which Manchester College was one. Manchester College's 10-week program was directed locally by Dr. Andrew W. Cordier. The sixty-seventy CPS'ers were chosen by Brethren Service Committee, and the plan was for them to leave the country and begin relief and rehabilitation work immediately after the program's completion.
|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.
|Religious Activities||Religious Activities: Information |
See: Aurora 1919 p.45; Gospel Messenger 13 January 1945 p.9; 3 March 1945 p.9; Oak Leaves 10 November 1960 p.1.
See also: "Outreach Ministry Teams" under Religious Activities.
|Religious Activities on Campus||MC2009/27 |
A broad collection dealing with campus ministry and religious activities.
|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.
|Religious Activities: General||MC2002/237a |
Fieldwork, ministerial association, chapel, deputation team, youth leaders lab, cell groups, Methodist student movement, fellowships, retreats, Student Christian Union.
|Religious Education||MC2008/17 ||Seventh Indiana Young People's Conference of Religious Education, Souvenir Program, 1927. L. W. Shultz, Chairman. |
|Religious Emphasis Week||Religious Activities: Additional Information ||For additional material on Religious Activities - Religious Emphasis Week, see: Manchester College Bulletin, January 1951 p.1; January 1953 p.1. |
|Religious Emphasis Week||MC2003/244 |
Religious Emphasis Week:
- "Meet the Master" booklet, dated 10 January 1956.
- Program for 1958 Christian Emphasis Week.
|Religious Emphasis Week, Focus on Faith, Poster||MC2004/41 ||Focus on Faith Week Poster. |
|Residence Life: Experiential Theme Units||MC2004/281 File #2 |
An Experiential Theme Units flyer is part of this large collection of materials from the Office of Printing Services.
See Also: Residence Life, Student Development
|Residence Life: Photographs||MC2004/131 |
A group of photographs representing Parents' Weekend, Hog Roast Weekend 1993 , the All-American Women's Baseball League 1993, the Ikenberry Serenade 1991, Student Visitation Day, as well as other events. Many students and individuals in the pictures are identified.
|Rest Room ||Large Box 26b: Rest Room ||This might actually be called "Resting Room" for Women. This was actually a room that women could call their own. See file in Buildings Large Box 26b. |
|Risley, David||Identification: Risley ||David Risley, Social Sciences, Economics and Business. |
|Roanoke Classical Seminary||MC2002/239 |
Manchester College traces its roots to Roanoke Seminary, located in Roanoke, Indiana.
General info, legal documents.
Memo from Dean of Students, Paul W. Hoffman to President A. Blair Helman regarding materials he had investigated.
Photocopies of brochure listing Courses and Expenses of the Roanoke Classical Seminary and Normal School.
Newspaper articles about Roanoke Classical Seminary.
|Roanoke Classical Seminary||MC2004/693-2 |
Roanoke Classical Seminary in Roanoke, Indiana was founded by Professor F. S. Reefy in 1860. Many of its students later became prominent individuals. Roanoke was described as the "Athens of Northern Indiana. The school was moved in 1889 and became known as Manchester College.
A reproduction of what appears to be a drawing of Roanoke Classical Seminary.
|Roanoke Classical Seminary: Photographs||MC2007/115-1 |
Photographs of Roanoke Classical Seminary in Roanoke, Indiana. The institution was founded by Professor F. S. Reefy in 1860 and construction began in the spring of 1861. Many of its students later became prominent individuals. Roanoke was described as the "Athens of Northern Indiana. Included in a picture of Otho Winger and D. N. Howe from "The Kintner Collection."
|Roanoke Classical Seminary: Photographs ||MC2007/115-1, 115-2, 115-3, 115-4 |
Roanoake Classical Seminary Photographs and brief history including President David N. Howe.
Photograph of Otho Winger and D. N. Howe from "The Kintner Collection."
Photo of girls in the Roanoke Academy gymnasium costume.
|Robinson, William: President||Small Box 25: Robinson |
Taken from a fact sheet entitled, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: William Robinson, President, comes from the National College of Education where he was Senior Vice-President for Institutional Advancement. He holds degrees from the University of Northern Iowa, Wheaton College, and the University of Pittsburgh. He has taught courses in his field of organizational communication and research and has held several administrative positions.
Small Box 25 contains materials relating to President WIlliam Robinson.
|Robinson, William: President, Commencement Photograph Collection, Including Honorary Degree Recipient, 1993||MC2004/122 |
President WIlliam Robinson: Commencement Photograph Collection, 1993.
Honorary Degree recipient: Andrew Murray.
Honorary Degree recipient: Howard Brembeck.
Many faculty/staff, students and alumni are identified in this set of photographs.
|Robinson, William: President, Convocation 1992||MC2003/258 ||President William Robinson: Text of convocation, dated February 1992. |
|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...."
|Rock River Seminary: History||Rock River Seminary: History and Scanned Image |
History of Rock River Seminary, Mt. Morris, Illinois. This institution was started by the Methodists in the 1839.
|Rock River Seminary: Memorabilia from the 1800s||MC2003/359 |
Rock River Seminary, Mt. Morris, Illinois, was started by the Methodists in the 1839. This collection is related to that era.
|Rogers, Ingrid||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Rogers, Ingrid |
Material related to Ingrid Rogers.
|Rohr, Jolane Ogden||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Rohr, Jolane Ogden ||Material related to Jolane Ogden Rohr, Associate Diretor of Admissions. |
|Rohr, Jolane Ogden: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Rohr, Jolane Ogden |
Photograph of Jolane Ogden Rohr is included in the Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection picture #42, Office of Admissions, along with,Sandy Bendsen, Jill Biehl, Kim Reinoehl, Melissa West, Steve Schaum.
|Ronald R. Hill Collection||MC2008/195a-p |
Ronald R. Hill Collection, Class of 1959. College Memorabilia from 1955 - 1959, including the autograph of Marian Anderson , Arnold Moss, and program for The Messiah, 1958.
|Royer, Donald: James T. Westwood Research||MU2012/116 ||The James T. Westwood collection of materials regarding the family history, career, articles regarding/related to, and dissertation of, Manchester Professor, Donal M. Royer. |
|Royer, John Grove||MC2008/56 |
John G. Royer taught at Mt. Morris College and also served as President of the College. These are newspaper articles related to his death.
|Rummel, Merle C.: Books and Papers||MC2011/3 ||Two books and two papers written by Manchester College alumnus, Merle C. Rummel. These books and papers (historical and fictional accounts) relate to the history of the Church of the Brethren. |
|Rural Life Association Collection||MC2002/240 |
Material related to The Rural Life Association that as founded in 1942 with the support of the Quakers, the Mennonites, and the Church of the Brethren.
|Rushby, William F. ||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Rushby, William F. ||Material related to William Rushby, Department of History. |
|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. |
|Sands, Brenda||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Sands, Brenda ||Material related to Brenda Sands, Practical Arts and Letters, Home Economics, serving at Manchester College 1975-1993. |
|Sanger, Lola||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Sanger, Lola |
Letter of rejection to Lola Sanger for graduate study at an institution because Lola was a woman and the graduate school wrote: "in past experience where we found only one or two women uncomfortable in a class dominated by men....no women admitted."
|Schaum, Steve: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: #42, Schaum, Steve |
Steve's Schaum's photograph is included with image #42, Office of Admissions. The picture includes Jolane Rohr, Sandy Bendsen, Jill Biehl, Kim Reinoehl, and Melissa West. This picture is part of a larger collection containing 44 photographs.
|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 and Scholarship Day||MC2010/122a,b,c |
Three scholarships offered by Manchester College and a sheet regarding Scholarship Day:
|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 #3, #4 ||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 1980's and 1990's through the 2000's. |
|Scholarships: Names and Location||MU2012/117 File Folders #5, #6 ||Information about scholarships (1.) Awarded by Manchester College and (2.) Non-Manchester College related scholarships given to Manchester College students/alumni. Information related to the 1990's and Non-MC Scholarship material. |
|Scholarships: Names and Location||MU2012/117 File Folders #7, #8, #9, #10 ||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 #11, #12, #13, #14, #15 ||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 #16, #17, #18, #19, #20 ||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 #21, #22, #23, #24, #25, #26, #27, #28, #29, #30 ||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 #31, #32, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38, #39, #40 ||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 #41, #42, #43, #44, #45, #46, #47, #48, #49, #50 ||Information about scholarships (1.) Awarded by Manchester College and (2.) Non-Manchester College related scholarships given to Manchester College students/alumni. |
|Scholarships: Names and Location||MU2012/117 File Folders #51, #52, #53, #54, #55, #56, #57, #58, #59, #60, #61, #62 |
Information about scholarships (1.) Awarded by Manchester College and (2.) Non-Manchester College related scholarships given to Manchester College students/alumni.
|Scholarships: Names and Location Detailed Folder Description||MU2012/117 File Folder #1 ||Information about scholarships (1.) Awarded by Manchester College and (2.) Non-Manchester College related scholarships given to Manchester College students/alumni. Detailed description of folder contents. File #1 details activity in the 1950's 1960's. |
|Scholarships: Names and Location Detailed Folder Description||MU2012/117 File Folder #2 ||Information about scholarships (1.) Awarded by Manchester College and (2.) Non-Manchester College related scholarships given to Manchester College students/alumni. Detailed description of folder contents. File #2 details activity in the 1970's. |
|Scholarships: Various||MC2009/71File MC2009/71-V: Various |
Posters about various scholarships.
|School Music Methods : Class, 1928||MC2007/132 |
School Music Methods Class, 1928. "Hansel and Gretel."
The program for "Hansel and Gretel," April 27, 1928.
|Schuhle, William ||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Schuhle, William |
Dr. William Schuhle, Professor of Political Science and History (1956-1967 and from 1968-1970). In addition to being a professor at Manchester College, he was an artist and drew portraits and caricatures of individuals.
Obituary of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Martin Schuhle.
|Schuhle, William: Political Cartoon Collection||MU2012/72 |
In addition to being a professor at Manchester College, WIlliam Schuhle (Political Science and History) was a political and social cartoonist. This is a collection of original artwork and clippings of published cartoons.
|Schultz, John||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Schultz, John ||John Schultz, Practical Arts and Letters, Health, Physical Education and Recreation. |
|Schultz, L. W.: Wooden Postcard, 1945||MC2009/51 ||Wooden postcard addressed to L. W. Shultz, who was interested in educating others about Native American lore. |
|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.
|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, Raymond||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Schutz, Raymond |
Material related to J. Raymond Schutz.
Article, "J. Raymond Schutz," by Wilbur Brookover donated to the Archives by Ferne Baldwin.
Postcard with writing, "Nine Rahs for Shutz." The picture is identified on the verso as "Former Faculty Sheetz," but it is J. Wine's opinion this was taken during the rally where J. Raymond Schutz ran for Republican Candidate for Congress. It is located in the Large Faculty/Staff Photo Boxes (166, 167 and 138 combined)
For additional material regarding J. Raymond Schutz, see: Mountaineer; Oak Leaves, 4 October 1924 p.1; 11 July 1925 p.4; 6 June 1926 p.1, 2; 16 October 1926 p.1.
Charlotte Schutz, daughter of L. W. Schutz, married Professor Gary Deavel. See her memories about Mrs. M. R. Gardner in the Gary Deavel section of the Large Faculty/Staff Photo Boxes. This writing also includes a glimpse into the life of the Schutz family.
|Schwalm Collection: Publications from Schools of Higher Learning||MU2013/25a-d |
A collection of college and university bulletins and catalogues dating from the mid 1800's through the 1920's.
|Schwalm, Vernon F.: Autobiography and Related Materials||MC2011/160 |
- Draft of President Vernon F. Schwalm's autobiography.
- "The Development of the Sciences at Manchester College, a historical statement given at the dedication of the Hall of Science, 1960.
- Retirement plan and life insurance.
- Remarks made by A. Blair Helman at Schwalm's memorial service.
- MC Bulletin honoring Schwalm and giving his history.
- Correspondence between Schwalm and President Helman.
- Student Death in Library - correspondence between Schwalm and Helman.
|Schwalm, Vernon F.: Merger of Mt. Morris with Manchester College||MC2011/152 ||Vernon Schwalm was President of McPherson College, Kansas, when the decision was made for Mount Morris College to merge with Manchester College. This file contains correspondence of Schwalms opinions about the merger. |
|Schwalm, Vernon: President||MC2002/104r |
Vernon F. Schwalm: Photograph, description of presidency, scrapbooks, correspondence, writings, diplomas, newspaper article regarding Golden Wedding Anniversary.
|Schwalm, Vernon: Presidential Inauguration Program||MC2004/33 |
Two programs of Schwalm's inauguration as President of Manchester College, dated 8 November 1941.
|Schwarzenau: Painting by Dorothy Rarick ||Painting: Second Floor Funderburg and MC General File |
The painting, "Schwarzenau," by Dorothy Rarick" hangs in Funderburg Library.
Photos of Dr. William Eberly hanging the painting, "Schwarzenau," by Dorothy Rarick.
|Schweiker, Rabbi Peter, The Jew in America: Convocation Tape #67||Convocation Tape #67: Schweiker, Rabbi Peter ||Rabbi Peter Schweiker talks about "The Jew in America," 26 November 1979. |
|Schweisberger Glass Slide Collection: Town of North Manchester and Manchester College, Photographs||MC2005/4 |
Schweisberger Glass Slide Collection. Black and white and tinted glass slides of Manchester College and the North Manchester Community, c. 1900-1950.
|Science Center :Construction Photographs||MC2007/46 ||Science Center: Printed digital images of interior during construction and assembly. |
|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. |
|Security and Fire Safety Report 2011-2012 with Crime Statistics for 2008, 2009, 2010||MC2011/201 |
Security and Fire Safety Report 2011-2012 with Crime Statistics for 2008, 2009 and 2010.
|Seelman, Weaver: Nuclear Power Discussion Workshop||Convocation Tape #59b: Weaver, Seelman, Nuclear Power Discussion Workshop |
59b: Nuclear Discussion Workshop, Seelman Weaver #1, 27 March 1979, representing the opinion of the National Council of Churches Study on nuclear energy and other alternative energies.
|Senger, Nettie: Buddhist Bible Vol. 4||MC2011/93 ||Nettie M. Senger, Manchester College Class of 1915 and Church of the Brethren missionary to China, presented "Buddhist Bible, Vol. 4" to the Manchester College Museum. |
|Senior Comprehensive Examinations||MC2004/169 ||Two-page document, unsigned and undated, that outlines the history of senior comprehensive examinations at Manchester College before 1982. |
|Senior Seminar ||MC General File: Senior Seminar ||Letter to President Helman from the Dean of the College, 1965, outlining the history of the seminar and offering a direction for the future. |
|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. |
|Senior Series Convocation||Senior Series: Information ||For information on the "Senior Series Convocation," see See Values, Ideas, and Arts. See also: Oak Leaves 8 October 1964 p.1; 10 December 1964 p.1; 11 February 1965 p.1; 25 March 1965 p.1; 18 April 1991, p.5; 9 May 1991, p.1. |
|Senior Series Convocations: Miller, Lisa||Senior Series: Miller, Lisa and More Information |
Lisa Miller, Senior Series Convocation, VHS tape converted to DVD-R 2010, Media Cabinet, IIS.
Lisa Miller, Senior Series Convocation 21, September 1992.
For more material related to "Senior Series Convocations," see: Manchester College Bulletin October 1977 p.5; Photo Box 33 & 49.
|Senior Series Convocations: Petry, Dan||MC2010/22 |
Dan Petry Senior Convocation 14 February 1977, Recording.
Dan Petry, Senior Series Convocation, 14 February 1977, reel tape and copied CD, received in Archives 2010.
|Service Fellowship||MC2007/137: Service Fellowship (General Fund, Relief, Work Camps |
Part of a larger collection, records for Service Fellowship, a student group, contain financial records for General, Relief and Work Camps, for the years 1939 - 1940 and 1940 - 1941.
|Shafer, Edith Yaney Photograph Collection||MC2003/47 |
Edith Yaney Shafer Photograph Collection, including photographs of tennis (men's and women's), students, activities, residence life, the famous spoonholder, and buildings on campus. Photographs of Vernon Schwalm, who would later become President of Manchester College.
|Sherrick, Dorothy||Alumni Box 187: Sherrick, Dorothy |
Material relating to Mt. Morris alumna, Dorothy Sherrick, MM Class of 1917.
|Sherrick, Dorothy: Mount Morris College Alumna, Diplomas, 1913 and 1915||MC2011/140a,b,c |
Three diplomas for Dorothy Sherrick, alumna of Mount Morris College.
|Sherrick, Dorothy: Mount Morris College Diploma||MC2004/193 ||Mount Morris College Bachelor of Arts diploma given to Dorothy Sherrick 25 May 1917. |
|Sherrick, Dorothy: Mount Morris College Diploma, Music, 1916||MC2004/191 |
Dorothy Sherrick, Mount Morris College diploma from 1916 in the area of Music.
|Sherrick, M. M.||MC2008/75 |
M. M. Sherrick: Photograph from Coe College 1896.
|Sherrick, Marvin ||MC2004/49 |
Marvin M. Sherrick taught at Mount Morris College from 1904-23 and at Manchester College from 1923-38. This collection contains diplomas and degrees belonging to M. M. Sherrick..
|Sherrick, Marvin: ||MC2004/176 |
Sherrick, Marvin M. ;
Honorary Degree Diploma of Marvin M. Sherrick. Signed by Otho Winger, President, and J.L. Cunningham, Secretary.
|Sherrick, Marvin: Honorary Degree, Mount Morris||MC2004/192 |
Sherrick, Marvin M. ;
- "The Trustees of Mount Morris College, Mount Morris, Illinois, on the recommendation of the Faculty, have conferred upon Marvin M. Sherrick the degree of Doctor of Literature and that he is entitled to all the Honors, Rights, and Privileges to that degree appertaining. Given this 25th day of May in the year of our Lord......in the Town of Mount Morris, in the State of Illinois.
|Shively, James||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Shively, James |
Material regarding James Shively, Social Sciences, Sociology.
For related material regarding James Shively, see: Manchester College Bulletin, January 1976 p.3.
|Shroyer, Harold and Mildred Shroyer Young: Photograph Collection 1933-1934||MU2012/126 ||Many photographs belonging to Harold Shroyer and Mildred Inez Shroyer Young, who attended Manchester College. Harold's images were taken between 1929 and 1933. Mildred's pictures are dated 1933-1934. They offer an interesting and not often seen perspective to resident life. |
|Shull, Janet||MC College General File: Faculty, New ||Taken from a fact sheet entitled, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Janet Shull has been appointed to teach in the social work program. Her degrees are from Manchester College and Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis. She has both professional practice experience in a variety of agencies and teaching experience at Ball State University. |
|Shultz L. W.: Piney Woods School ||MC2001/12a |
L. W. Shultz: Piney Woods School.
As Director of Camp Alexander Mack in Milford, Indiana, L.W. Shultz sponsored the tours of the Cotton Blossom Singers of The Piney Woods Country Life School, located in Piney Woods, Mississippi. He also spoke at Piney Woods on several occasions.
|Shultz, L. W.||MC2001/12c |
Genealogical information and correspondence (1947-1976) pertaining to L.W. Shultz who worked and taught at Manchester College in various positions (Librarian, Mathematics, Religious Education, Principal of Preparatory Department, Academy, Modern Languages) during the years 1924-1943. The collection also contains books by L. W. Shultz. Publications include an autobiography, a history of the Brethren, and a history of Camp Alexander Mack.
See also: For related material regarding L. W. Shultz, see: Camp Alexander Mack; Guide Lines, v.12:3 (July 1971) p.1; Oak Leaves, 7 March 1925 p.3; 3 October 1963 p.2; Gospel Messenger, 14 April 1945 p.9-10, 16; 15 September 1945 p.12; 24 November 1945 p.20; 23 February 1946 p.20-21; 9 March 1946 p.16; 16 March 1946 p.21; 30 March 1946 p.20 (photo); 6 April 1946 p.18-19; 15 June 1946 p.21; 28 September 1946 p.11; 16 November 1946 p.17; 21 December 1946 p.21; 11 January 1947 p.16; 8 February 1947 p.21 (photo); Manchester College Bulletin, July 1977 p.10; Photo Box 156.
|Shultz, L. W.: Interview Transcriptions||MC2001/12f |
L. W. Shultz: Interview transcriptions.
|Shultz, L. W.: Correspondence and Personal Decisions||MC2007/37 |
L. W. Shultz: Correspondence and memorabilia, including important personal decisions.
|Shultz, L. W.: Gradebook, Lectures, Student Grades, Etc.||MC2011/115 |
One notebook with class registers and lectures outlines for various classes. Student grades are included making this a partially restricted file. Circa 1919 - 1920.
Also included is a personal reading list from 1905 and an Adelphian-Lincoln Program from 22 May 1909 upon which a timeline has been written on the verso.
|Shultz, L. W.: Photograph Collection||MC2001/12h ||L.W. Shultz Papers: Photograph Collection including tours conducted by L. W. Shultz, Piney Woods, pictures of Cora and L. W. Shultz, and many more of European and Middle Eastern tours. |
|Shultz, L. W.: Postcard Collection||MC2003/108 |
Lawrence W. Shultz Postcard Collection. Some cards are from, Schwenksville, PA - Niagara Falls, Ontario 1948 - Moscow, Russia, 7 September 1961 - Camp Mack, Milford, Ind., 1925 - Church of the Brethren, Wenatchee Washington - Cunard White Star, "Mauretania."
|Sigma Pi Sigma, Physics Society||MC2007/137 Sigma Pi Sigma ||Sigma Pi Sigma, Physics Society, financial records 1949 - 1950, 1959 - 1951. This material is part of the larger collection accessioned as MC2007/137. |
|Silver Symphony Menu and Program, 1967||MC2010/121 ||Two programs for the "Silver Symphony," 3 February 1967. What this program is about is unknown. Officers are included as well as past officers, so this is some type of organization. There is a reception and a dinner at the Sheller Hotel in North Manchester. |
|Sithole, Elkin||MC General File: Sithole ||Dr. Elkin Sithole's visit to Manchester College and information on his death. |
|Slides, An Assortment||MC2010/77 |
This is a true assortment of slides including but absolutely not limited to:
Campus and building shots, recruitment and publicity photos, construction, students and January term trips 1996, theater, radio station, Homecoming 1994, High School Band Day, children's gymnastics, Planned Giving presentation, fountain, Mexico Indiana Old Folks Home, Historic black and white shots including football, track, fountain, student with globe.
|Social Justice: Race Relations||MU2013/4 ||In response to the racially charged sit-down demonstrations of Spring 1960, the Peace Fellowship group at Manchester College entered the May Day parade with 22 sign-carrying students under the banner "Stand Up for the Sit Downs." |
|Social Science Materials||MC2009/162a,b,c,d |
Listing of Social Science Materials:
Readings: Appalachia As A Sub-Culture," Social Science Core.
Department Meetings 1996, 1997 - agendas, enrollments, learning goals for the sociology major, the learning portfolio.
Press Releases, News Clippings, Papers.
For Clubs, societies and organizations: Southern Belles Home Demonstration Club, see MC2009/162d.
|Social Sciences Division ||MC2002/253 |
Social Sciences Division Collection:
- Economics, Psychology, Sociology/Social Work
- History/Political Science
|Social Sciences Division: Departmental Reviews, 1991||MC2004/159 ||Correspondence and reports from departmental reviews of the Social Sciences Division, 1991. |
|Social Sciences Division: Historical Chart of Mankind||MC2008/99 ||Teacher's Aid: "Historical Chart of Mankind," in the form of a scroll to be hung from the wall. |
|Social Sciences Division: Social Sciences Syllabi||MC2004/105 |
Interdepartmental (Social Sciences) Syllabi Collection:
|Social Work: Accreditation||MC2009/97a,b,c,d : Social Work Accreditation |
Social Work Accreditation materials from the Office of Academic Affairs. This is part of a larger collection accessioned as MC2009/97a,b,c,d.
- Social Work Accreditation
- Institutional Research
- APC Minutes 1977-1988
- APC Minutes 1988-1993
- APC Minutes 1993-1998
- Library Renovation 1999
|Societies: Literary||MC2002/169 |
Literary Societies Collection.
Files: Adelphian, Classical Club, Lethea Phronia, Lincoln Society, Majestica, Philalethean, Philomathean, Philophronian, Philorhetoria, Phronians, Phronolethea, Polysiphilosophics, Rhetoria,
Record books: Philalethean, Philorhetorian (Mount Morris, Manchester), Philophronian (2) .
|Sociology and Social Work: Records||MU2012/65a,b |
Department of Sociology and Social Work - Budgets, 1976 - 2010. Deparmental Minutes, Departmental Business, and Departmental Review.
Department of Sociology and Social Work - Budgets, Committee Minutes, Syllabi, Faculty and Staff, course proposals 1989, 1990, 1991, and more.
|Sociology and Social Work: Syllabi||MC2004/106 |
Social Work Department Syllabi Collection: 1999-2000 and 2002-2003.
|Sociology Club Cashbook||MC2007/137: Sociology Club ||Sociology Club Cash Book 1952 - 1953. This book is part of a larger collection accessioned as MC20077/137, and titled, Financial Records of Manchester College. |
|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.
|Spartan Mascot||MC2008/53 ||The history behind "Sami Spartan." |
|Spartan Sports Club||MC2004/514 ||The Spartan Sports Club was founded in 1987 as a way of bringing together the College and the North Manchester community. Newspaper clippings describe the Spartan Club and its activities, dated 1987. |
|Spartans: History of the Name||MC2002/255 |
Spartans, the history behind the name.
|Speaker: Child Development||MC2011/50 |
The first recording is a small clip probably from the Messiah.
The second recording is a woman talking very slowly, probably for a speech or oral interpretation class.
A female and witty child psychologist gives a presentation on child development.
|Speaker: Pollution||MC2011/89 |
Dr. Garner, who had been affiliated with the Environmental Protection Agency, talks about pollution, the auto industry, catalytic converters and their pollutants, consumption for consumption sake, oil shortages, and the idea that "technology can disrupt nature but it can't transcend it." To help control pollution and our environment we must ask ourselves, "What REALLY are our NEEDS and not our DESIRES?" Fulfilling our material desires will lead to more production and to more pollution.
Later in the tape, President Helman is captured giving an address about Manchester College and higher education in a Christian college. He also touches on environmental concerns. This tape was probably recorded over several times.
|Speakers: Gregory, Dick, 1969||MC2011/196 |
Comedian and Civil Rights leader, Dick Gregory, spoke on the Manchester College campus during "An Experience in Soul," March 30 - April 1, 1969. This is a copy of his presentation, "Forum 69."
See Also: Manchester College Bulletin Vol. 61: Number 8/June 1969.
MC2008/129: Photos from Dick Gregory's visit.
|Special Events Photograph Collection||MC2004/133 ||Photographs of special events from various years. All are black and white. Many are identified and most are from the 1990s. |
|Special Events Photograph Collection||MC2004/133 |
Special Events Photograph Collection.
|Special Events Photograph Collection, circa 1992 - 1993||MC2004/133 |
Special Events Photograph Collection, circa 1992 - 1993.
|Special Events: Photographs||MC2004/133 ||A collection of photographs from the early 1990's including alumni pictures. Many of them are identified.|
|Special Events: Photographs||MC2004/133 |
All photos are black and white. Many are identified and most are from the 1990's.
|Special Events: Photographs, 1992-1993||MC2004/133 |
Special Events Photograph Collection, circa 1992 - 1993.
|Special problems courses||MC2004/138 ||Mary Jo Bowman Special Problem Materials. |
|Speech and Drama: Award, 1973||MC2008/43 ||Speech and Drama Certificate of Award, 1973 |
|Speicher, Genita||MC2007/14 |
Personal journal/scrap book filled with clippings about her concerts, performances she had seen, notes and interesting memorabilia. Also included is a detailed family history entitled, "Pedigree." It begins with Wolford Webber, the 4th King of Holland, born about 1577.
Max Allen: Photograph and concert poster with Genita Speicher.
|Speicher, Genita Bea Smith||MC2007/14a,b |
Mrs. Genita Speicher was Associate Professor of Music for 29 years, retiring in 1976. This collection includes but is not limited to her personal journal/scrap book, photographs, clippings, performances, and interesting memorabilia.
|Speicher, Tim: "Man and His Ideals"||MC2011/77 ||Man and His Ideals, Parts I and 2, with host, Tim Speicher, ltaking a look at the poor and minorities under U.S. bureaucracy through words and music. |
|Sports: Photograph Assortment||MC2004/134 |
A definite assortment of pictures: Photographs of Steve Alford as well as members of the Alumni Baseball team and Alumni Volleyball team at Homecoming. Photographs of football team and coaches, various professors and female basketball players. Baseball team photographs and soccer, track and field.
|Squires, Fred||Information: Squires, Fred ||Fred Squires, Social Sciences, Economics and Business. |
|Staff Programs: Olympics Day, 1997||MC General File: Staff Programs ||An advertisement for Staff Olympics Day, 11 June 1997. |
|Starnes, Dennis||Information: Starnes, Dennis ||Dennis Starnes, Practical Arts and Letters, Health, Physical Education and Recreation. |
|Stauffer, Barbara Fuller: Vietnam||MC2011/24 |
Barbara Stauffer Fuller is accompanied by her husband. Also included are Bill and Peggy Herrod. She speaks about reconstruction aid to Vietnam and her experience when visiting North and South Vietnam March 27 - April 10 ( ).
|Steel, Pauline Charity and Hilty, Fred||MC2003/224 |
Biographical information about Pauline Charity Steele and Fred B. Hilty, Manchester College alumni.
Please note: Book is available in the MC Collection.
|Stewart, Robert||Alumni Box 187: Stewart, Robert ||Material related to Manchester College alumnus and athlete, Robert Stewart. |
|Stine, Bertha Miller Neher||MC2004/635-2 |
Bertha Miller's correspondence from tour to Europe and the Holy Lands, 1927.
|Stinebaugh, Effie: Drama Scrapbook||MC2007/6: Stinebaugh Scrapbook |
Drama Scrap Book and class notes of Manchester College alumna, Effie Stinebaugh,depicting; charm, expression, actresses and actors, loves old sweet song, costumes, kiddie joys, youthful pleasures, settings, scenes, humor clippings. A date is not included but clippings include, "Why I Have Not Bobbed Mine," by Mary Pickford (an article about hair) and "The Real Life Story of Charlie Chaplin."
Also included are "Mathematics," class notes, and
"Principles of Secondary Education."
|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. |
|Stoner Family Manchester College Alumni||MC2011/100 ||All of Benjamin Oliver Stoner's brothers and sisters attended Manchester College between the years of 1909 and 1931. Photocopies of Stoner family materials found in Manchester College publications. |
|Stover, Wilbur and Mary Emmert||Stover, Wilbur and Mary: Additional Information |
Additional resources for material related to Wilbur and Mary Stover.
|Strauss, D.A.||MC2004/206 ||Strauss article: Article that appeared in The Washington Post on 24 December 1967. Outlines industry of North Manchester and also mentions Thomas Marshall and Manchester College. |
|Studebaker, George and Mary: Diaries and Autograph Books||MC2011/90a,b,c,d |
Two autograph books, MC2011/90a beloning to Mary (Mollie) and Andrew Studebaker. It is the Archivist's theory that they were brother and sister and shared these books because autographs are written out to both Andrew Simonton and to Mollie and to Mary (the same individual). This book begins 1880 or 1881.
The second autograph book, MC2011/90b appears to belong to Mary Simonton (Mollie) and George Studebaker, her future husband has an inscription in the book on May 21, 1881.
The two diaries MC2011/90c and MC2011/90d are dated 1888 and 1936 and belonged to George Studebaker.
See Also: "Memories of...Manchester," by Otho Winger, pgs. 159, 160.
|Studebaker, George L.: Scrapbook ||MC2009/16 |
Scrapbook beloning to George Losh Studebaker.
See Also: The Brethren Encyclopedia, Muncie Indiana Church of the Brethren, pg. 896, for more information on George L. Studebaker.
|Studebaker, Ted ||MC2002/257 |
Ted Studebaker, MC Class of 1967, pacifist and conscientious objector who served as an agricultural worker during the Vietnam War and was executed by North Vietnamese in 1971.
He was also a musician and an album of his music is in the Manchester College Archives. The album and corresponding digital recording is located in the old Archives' Office.
For more information about Ted Studebaker, see: Guide Lines, v.12:3 (July 1971) p.3
|Student Activities Booklets ||Large Box 166b ||An assortment of student activities booklets. |
|Student Activities: Photographs ||MC2002/328 ||Student Activities Photograph Collection |
|Student Christian Union||MC2008/14 |
Student Christian Union Records Notebooks with records from 1943 - 1947 and 1947 - 1949.
|Student Development: 1998 - 1999 Annual Summaries||MC2010/155 ||One report for 1998-1999. |
|Student Development: Student Experience, Central States Colleges Association Records||MC2001/6 |
Student Experience: Central States Colleges Association Records.
|Student Development: Student Personnel Services Committee Collection||MC2004/525 |
Student Personnel Services Committee Collection:
File 1 contains information on committee appointments, community court, subcommittee on international student life, housing.
File 2 contains information on orientation, visitation policy, subcommittee on women's affairs.
|Student Education Association (SEA)||MC2002/260 |
Student Education Association (SEA) Newspaper Clippings and News Releases Collection.
For additional information related to "Student Education Association," see: The News-Journal, 10 April 2002 p.20; Oak Leaves, 14 November p.1; 12 December 1963 p.1; 19 December 1963 p.1; 19 November 1964 p.1; 2 May 1991, p.4; Future Teachers of America; Education/Professional Programs Division.
|Student Government||Student Government: Additional Information ||For more information related to "student government," see: Committees Student Life Committee, Illegal Activities; Oak Leaves 12 December 1963 p.1, 3; 19 December 1963 p.2, 3; 23 January 1964 p.1, 2; 30 January 1964 p.1, 2, 3; 6 February 1964 p.1, 2; 14 May 1964 p.1, 4; 24 September 1964 p.3; 1 October 1964 p.2; 15 October 1964 p.1; 4 February 1965 p.1; 11 February 1965 p.2, 3; 18 February 1965 p.1, 4; Photo Box 73. |
|Student Government: Community Council||MC2003/241 ||Community Council minutes, 1947 - 1981. |
|Student Government: Community Council||Oak Leaves |
For Community Council see: Oak Leaves 22 September 1960 p.1; 29 September 1960 p.1; 6 October 1960 p.1; 20 October 1960 p.1; 27 October 1960 p.1; 10 November 1960 p.1; 17 November 1960 p.1
|Student Government: Community Court Records: CONFIDENTIAL ||MC2003/31 ||Student Government: Community Court Records - CONFIDENTIAL |
|Student Government: Student Senate||MC2003/240 ||Student Senate Minutes, 1990-2002. |
|Student Hanbook: For Non-Traditional and Commuter Students||Large Box 166b: Student Handbook Non-Tradtional and Commuter |
Student Handbooks: "Everything a Non-Traditional and/or Commuter Student Wants to Know About Manchester College (But Doesn't Know Where To Go To Ask) 1994-1995.
|Student Handbook: MC Source, Student Organization Handbook ||Large Box 166b: MC Source |
The MC Source, Student Organization Handbook 2000-2001, Office of Student Activities (SA).
|Student Handbooks||Large Boxes 166a and 166b: Student Handbook Assortment ||Manchester Handbook (circa 1927), Compass for the Campus (circa 1947), Black and Gold (circa 1952), Spartan Cue (circa 2000), Student Transition Handbook (circa 1978), The Manchester College Guidebook, Freshman Enrollment Guide, and Enrollment Guide. Student handbooks put out by various organizations and departments across the years. |
|Student Housing: Alternative Housing, Morris, Leo and Ginny, Chicken Coop||MC2007/22 ||Alternative student housing. Chicken coop. |
In 1946 there were many returning students that were veterans or who had been in Civilian Public Service. Student housing was at a premium. Some married couples were lucky to get rooms in trailers parked near campus. Leo and Ginny Morris found an alternative solution, a brand new chicken coop placed in Professor Paul Halladay's back yard!
|Student Life: Handbooks||MC2004/499 ||Spartan Cue [student handbook] 1966-2002. |
|Student Petition to Board of Trustees, 1900||MC2007/79 |
1. One file containing an original letter from Manchester College students to the Board of Trustees, April 5, 1900.
The student petition to the Board of Trustees was from an early era in Manchester College history when both the academic and administrative credibility were in question. This file contains an original letter from Manchester College students to the Board of Trustees,dated April 5, 1900.
|Student Teaching Records||MC2002/262 |
Student Teaching Records.
|Student Volunteer Band, Constitution, 1921||MC2003/8 |
Booklet entitled "Constitution of the Student Volunteer Band of Manchester College" dated 1921.
See Also: Volunteer services. See also: Volunteer Services
|Student, Faculty, Staff and Buildings: Photographs of Mount Morris and Manchester College||MC2004/454-457 ||Photographs: Faculty, staff, students and buildings of Mount Morris and Manchester College. |
|Student: Hardman, Eva, Collection circa 1896-1897||MC 2004/677: 1-5 |
Eva Hardman Collection circa 1896/1897.
1. MC2004/677-1: Sunday school attendance and grade card.
2. MC2004/677-2: Report Card for term ending 17 March 1897 in the form of a one cent post card sent to Miss Eva Hardman, Sidney, Ind.
3. MC2004/677-3: Matriculation Card.
4. MC2004/677-4: Matriculation Card.
5. MC2004/677-5: Grade card for Bible Normal Course for the period 17 February 1896.
|Student: Harshbarger, Albert E., Memory Book||MC2007/21 ||Memory book beginning in 1922 and accompanying photograph. |
|Student: Posters||MC2009/71-V: Various |
Student Related Posters.
|Student: Religious Affiliation 1973 - 1983||MC2007/96 |
Records for the distribution by church membership of undergraduate full-time students for: 1973, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980,1981,1983.
|Students in the News||MC2010/114 |
Copies of newspaper articles featuring Manchester College students in the news! Included are awards and special events the students received and participated in.
|Students' Transfer and Admission Information||MC2003/34 |
Transfer and admission information.
Information spans approximately 1920-1950.
Boxes arranged alphabetically by students' last names.
|Students: Photographs, 1890 - 1900's||MC2003/35 |
Classrooms: Groups of Students/Classes Photograph Collection-Oversized. Pictures from 1890 through the 1900's.
|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.
|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. |
|Sunday School Day in the College Chapel, 1899||MC2004/706-3 |
Chapel: Sunday School Day in the College Chapel, 18 January 1899, with notes of lecture by Emma Bowman.
Other speakers included:
A, I. Mow, Edna Puterbaugh, E. M. Crouch, Owen Cottrell, Edson J. Ulrey, Mrs. T. T. Myers, Gorman Heeter, J. W. Kitson, J. R. Miller, Mrs. Emma Garver, Mrs. Kate Hollinger, Mrs. W. Wright, I. L. Burkey, Alice King, M. M. Sherrick, S. D. Royer.
|Swank Crim, Louella Z.||MC2003/134 ||Manchester College alumna, Louella Z. Swank Crim: Examination paper written by Louella Z. Swank Crim* at Manchester College, dated 24 January 1899 and entitled "Primary Geography." |
|Sweeton, Jerry||MC2010/8 ||Jerry Sweeton, 2009 Professor of the Year. |
|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.
|Symphony ||MC2002/263 |
Symphony Records: The North Manchester Civic Symphony was organized in the fall of 1939. It combined with the Manchester College Orchestra during World War II.
- 1939 - 1980
- 1981 - 1990
- 1991 - into the present.
|Symphony Orchestra||Symphony Orchestra: Additional Information ||For more symphony and Manchester Symphony Orchestra related material, see: Faculty/Staff Jones, Robert; The News-Journal 9 October 2002 p.8B; 30 October 2002 p.12A; Oak Leaves 31 October 1963 p.1; 14 November 1963 p.2, 3; 6 February 1964 p.1; 13 February 1964 p.1; 30 April 1964 p.1; 14 May 1964 p.3; 29 October 1964 p.3; Photo Box 32. |
|Symphony Orchestra: Records||MC2003/228 ||News releases of the Symphony Orchestra. |
|Symphony: Programs and Concerts,1956 - 1972||MC2008/90 |
Manchester Symphony Orchestra, assorted programs including concert featuring guest conductor, Arthur Fiedler, Boston Pops Orchestra and 300 Northern Indiana High School String Musicians along with the Manchester College String Symphony, Mother's Day Concert, 14 March 1959.
Other conductors and musicians include the following:
Mrs. Paul Speicher and Mr. Max Allen, Duo-Pianists, 4 November, 1956.
John Barr, Student of Manchester College, piano soloist, 21 February, 1960.
Jon David Toth, violinist, 26 February, 1961.
|Tagawa, Toyohiko: Photograph||Small Box 66: Kagawa Photograph |
Kagawa: The photograph that appears on page 116 of the book, "A Century of Faith, Learning and Service, Manchester College. " In 1936 the College hosted a major conference called "An Institute on Christian World Order," featuring Japanese peace activist Toyohiko Kagawa.
A biographical sketch by James E. Kiefer about Toyohiko Kagawa can be found on the internet. http://justus.anglican.org/resources/bio/143.html
|Taize Worship Service||MC2003/319 |
Taize Worship Clipping Collection.
See Also: The News-Journal, 13 November 2002 p.5B.
|Tall Oaks and Parker Marden and President Jo Young Switzer Collection||MC2011/235 a, b |
MC2011/235 a: Information about the building of Tall Oaks.
MC2011/235b: Copies of correspondence between A. Blair Helman and Dr. Jo Young Switzer as well as material related to Helman, President Emeritus,Parker Marden and President Jo Young Switzer.
|Tall Oaks: Welcome Booklets||MC2006/14 |
Tall Oaks' Welcome Brochures 1995 and 2006 including concept and history behind this structure.
- Tall Oaks booklets with history from March, 1970 - March, 1995.
- 2006 booklet about the history of Tall Oaks following recent renovation for President Jo Young Switzer.
|Tanimato, Kiyoshi: A Message of Warning and Hope||Convocation Tape #135: Tanimato, Kiyoshi |
Rev. Kiyoshi was a survivor of the bombing of Hiroshima and worked with victims of the bomb. He raised funds for the Hiroshima Maidens project in which women, severly burned by the bomb, received constructive surgery. He also raised funds for a peace center in Hiroshima. His message was delivered on 11 October 1982.
|Tannreuther, George W.||MC2007/128 |
Information about George Tannreuther who was the first college graduate of Manchester College in 1900. Tannreuther became professor of Zoology at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
|Tannruether, Dr. George Washington||Alumni Box 187: Tannruether, Dr. George Washington |
Dr. George Washington Tannruether, Manchester College alumnus, Class of 1900. Scientist.See also: The History of the Natural Sciences at Manchester College by William R. Eberly; 1926 Aurora, p. 140
|Tape Recorder and Amplified Public Address System||MC2011/80 |
Tape recorder that can also be used as an amplified public address system. The tape can be used as a public address system and as a recording at the same time. This is a demonstration that new technology is always a challenge.
Another section of the tape features a woman interviewing a child.
|Tau Kappa Alpha: Finances||MC2007/137: Tau Kappa Alpha |
Tau Kappa Alpha: Journal of Finances 1937 - 1947 (one book) and Record of Minutes (May 17, 1937 - April 30, 1947) one book. This material is part of a larger collection entitled, "Financial Records of Manchester College," MC2007/137.
|Teacher Education: Training School, Photographs||Training School: Information and Photographs |
Contact the Archivist to see early photos of Training School.
|Teacher on the Road to Readiness: Dr. Haup||MC2011/55 ||"Teacher on the Road to Readiness." Dr. Haup presenter. |
|Tennis, Women's: Photographs||Photo Box 19a, File Folder #5 |
Women's Tennis photographs: 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, along with pictures of unidentified players from unspecified years.
|Tennis: Photographs||Photo Box 19a, File Folder #1 |
|The Closing of Mount Morris College and Merger with Manchester College||MC2004/235 |
The Merger of Mount Morris College and Manchester College
A description of the almost-closing of Mt. Morris in April 1928. Unknown author.
"M.M.C. Comes to End of Trail." News-Journal [North Manchester, IN]. September 1932.
"Mt. Morris Merges with Manchester." News-Journal [North Manchester, IN]. 9 May 1932.
"Merger with Hoosier Unit is Revealed." Rockford Morning Star. 6 May 1932.
"Last Class Graduated from Historic College." Rockford Morning Star. 1932.
|The Frances Slocum Trail: Map||MC2007/161 ||The Frances Slocum Trail. Map Designed and drawn by Otho Winger and Ada Louise Duckwall. |
|The Messiah, 1970||MC2011/31 ||Presentation of The Messiah, 1970. |
Theatre (Theater): One-Acts
- New Student One-Acts program from 1994.
|Theater, Children's: Rumpelstiltskin||MU2013/48 ||The Manchester College Children's Theatre Group presented "Rumpelstiltskin" on 21 January 1987 under the direction of Professor Scott Strode. This is a digital recording made from the original VHS tape. |
|Theater, Children's: Sleeping Beauty||MU2013/47 ||The Manchester College Children's Theatre Group presented "Sleeping Beauty" on 16 January 1985 under the direction of Professor Scott Strode. This is a digital recording made from the original VHS tape. |
|Theater, Children's: The Crossroads||MU2013/46 ||The Manchester College Children's Theatre Group presented two performances of "The Crossroads" under the direction of Professor Scott Strode, on January 16 and 17 1984. |
|Theater, Children's: The Crossroads||MU2013/49 ||The Manchester College Children's Theatre Group presented "The Crossroads" on 15 January 1988 under the direction of Professor Scott Strode. This is a digital recording made from the original VHS tape. |
|Theater, Children's: The Storytellers||MU2013/44 |
"The Storytellers" was presented by Children's Theatre in 1983. It was originally recorded on VHS tape (see MC2009/90d) and digitized in 2013.
|Theater: Design Plans for Productions||MC2009/94a,b ||Design: Historical design plans for theater productions. |
|Theater: Photograph Collection||MC2004/135 |
Theater Photograph Collection.
|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: Alpha Psi Omega||MC2002/8 |
The file contains newspaper clippings and general information about Alpha Psi Omega.
|Theatre: Tri Alpha and Alpha Psi Omega ||MC2002/331 ||Theatre department programs from 1920-1989 (incomplete). Alpha Psi Omega Dramatic Fraternity certificate. |
|Theological Exploration of Vocation||MC General File: Theological Explorations |
"Theological Explorations of Vocation," and "Pathways, Theological Explorations of Vocation."
For more material on "Theological Exploration of Vocation," see: The News-Journal 30 October 2002 p.8B.
|Thomas, Frances Smith||Alumni Box 187: Thomas, Frances Smith |
Frances Smith Thomas, Manchester College alumna, Class of 1939. Student of Cordier, friend of Coretta Scott King and Yolanda King, educator, scholar, activist and musician.
- Frances wrote a song about Manchester College. It can be found in the Music Filing Cabinet (IIS).
- transcript of Frances Smith Thomas' memorial service, MC2007/134
|Three Old Volumes Donated by Burke, Dr. Eldon R.||MC2011/108a,b,c |
The three volumes described are the gifts of Dr. Eldon R. Burke. At the time received, they represent the 100,000th volume of the library and the first volumne of the Library's second 100,000 volumes.
MC2011/108a: 1793 edition of the nine volumes of "Tristram Shandy," by Laurence Sterne.
MC2011/108b: 1753 edition of "The Spectator, Volume 2." It includes the daily issues from Saturday, 2 June to Thursday, 13 September of 1711.
MC2011/108c: Volume 4 of a 1754 edition of "The Tatler."
|TIAA-CREF ||MC2002/2aa ||TIAA-CREF: A. Blair Helman Papers. |
|Tinkle||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Tinkle ||One printed image of Mr. Tinkle that had been borrowed from the Archives by a historian from the Town of North Manchester for a town history project. When the historian died materials she had borrowed from the Archives were returned. This image of Mr. Tinkle is one of them. The Archivist does not know the position Mr. Tinkle held at the college. |
|Tomlonson, John||Manchester College Bulletin November,1975 p.1-2. ||Material related to John Tomlonson is located in the Manchester College Bulletin November 1975 p.1-2. |
|Topic Number||MC2007/6 ||Effie Stinebaugh's drama scrap book. |
|Tour: Church of the Brethren||MC2004/702 ||Guesthouse in Schwarzenau, Germany, bill for food, circa September 23, 1957, found in a stack of materials of the Ida, Edith and Bertha Miller collection |
|Town of North Manchester, Newspaper Articles||MC General File: Town of North Manchester Newspaper Articles |
Newspaper articles dealing with the Town of North Manchester and/or the Town of North Manchester and the College. Some titles are:
At Manchester College, Conflict Resolution Course Set, 1996.
Two Local Women Named Outstanding Young Women of America, 1988.
Flat Tax Would Only Worsen Inequality, by Worth Weller.
|Town of North Manchester: Cars, Road Trips, Sally Allen Trip||History Box, History Shelves, NE Shelving Unit (IS) ||Town of North Manchester: Automobiles, cars, road trips: Sally Allen road trip. |
|Town of North Manchester: Chamber of Commerce||MC General File: Chamber of Commerce ||Town of North Manchester Chamber of Commerce and interaction with Manchester College including guest passes to sports events. |
|Town of North Manchester: High School Yearbook, 1925 and College Auroras||MC2008/189b |
EnEM North Manchester High School Yearbook, 1925.
Two Auroras with Ruth Cunningham's name on the inside front pages.
|Town of North Manchester: History||MC2010/33 ||North Manchester: "Then and Now, 1834 to 1992, North Manchester, Indiana, to Stockdale, Near Roann." |
|Town of North Manchester: Hotels||History Box, History Shelves, NE Shelving Unit (IS) ||Article by Esther Towns about the Town of North Manchester hotels, including the Sheller, Hospitality House, and Grimes. |
|Town of North Manchester: Louies, Photograph||MC2008/20 ||Photograph: "Louie's Sodas Candies" by Bill Papodopoulous, 1991 Aurora. |
|Town of North Manchester: Manchester Recycling, Inc.||MC2007/85 |
Manchester Recycling, Inc., is a project involving the citizens of the Town of North Manchester.
1. Folder containing planning information for Manchester Recycling, Inc. It includes the "Strategic Planning Summary," March 23, 1995. Copy of the "Articles of Incorporation."
|Town of North Manchester: Newspaper Clippings||MC2004/249 |
Newspaper clippings related to the history of the Town of North Manchester, Indiana.
Somewhere in the collection there isTown a Centennial Section of Newspaper with historical accounts of the Town of North Manchester as well as a history of Manchester College. The location of this newspaper is temporarily lost. jwine 20 July 2011
|Town of North Manchester: Payroll||MU2012/35 ||John Knarr, North Manchester historian, researched the three largest employers in North Manchester; Manchester College, the Public Schools and Peabody Seating Factory. This information was obtained in 1940- Jobs and Wages as reported in the 1940 U.S. Census. The 1940 Census report was released to the public on 2 April 2012, 72 years after it was taken. |
|Town of North Manchester: Smith, Frances and Family||MC2008/07 |
Frances Smith, Manchester College alumni, Class of 1923, and her historical North Manchester family.
|Track and Field: Postcards||MC2003/80 ||Track Postcard Collection. |
|Track and Field: Posters with Schedules||MC2009/71, Folder MC2009/71-SP:Sports ||Posters wtih Men's and Women's Track and Field Schedules. See MC2009/71 File Folder MC2009/71-SP:Sports, listed as a group in Scope and Content. |
|Trains: Photographs ||MC2010/139 |
Photographs of trains releated to Manchester College and students.
1. "On the elevated (Chicago), Carl, Hoover and I."
2. M.C. Camp Mack Outing October 1946, Photo by Phil Orpurt.
3. Photo of students (?) beside train with ".......(Manch?)ster" and other graffitti written on car.
4. Photo of freight cars and caboose of Pennsylvania Railroad.
|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." |
|Tribolet, Jean Ann||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Tribolet, Jean Ann |
Material related to Jean Ann Tribolet.
See Also: MC General File: Faculty, New - for the fact sheet describing Manchester College New Faculty 1986:
Taken from a fact sheet entitled, Manchester College New Faculty 1986: Jean Ann Tribolet has been named Registrar and Associate Professor of Education and Psychology. She has had experience in teaching, counseling and has held administrative posts at the high school and college level. She comes to us from Columbia City High School where she was Director of Guidance. She is an alumna of Manhcester College and also has degrees from the University of Colorado and Purdue University.
|Trip: Photographs||MC2012/9 ||Contact sheet and other black and white picures of what appears to be travels within and out of the country by Manchester College students. Some images might be from trips to Machu Pichu and India? These trips might have taken place during January Term. |
|Turkel, Studs: Kermit Eby Memorial Lecture, Photograph||MC2008/128 |
Studs Terkel photograph 1976 - 1977, Kermit Eby Memorial Lecture Convocation Speaker.
|Turn, Turn, Turn: A Presentation About Manchester College and Her Students||MC2011/30 ||The audio portion of a slide show revealing what what Manchester College looks like through the feelings and thoughts of students during their College years. It is entitled, "Turn, Turn, Turn." The presentation was put together by David Bibbee and Carla Mitchell circa 1976 but prior to 1978. |
|Two Females Talking About Art Utilized in Home Decorating||MC2011/49 ||Two women with delightful voices speak about the "museum look" for the home, that includes art everywhere, even in the bath. There is a plethora of art for purchase, from newly sprouting galleries to department stores. "Sears Roebuck and Co." feels as if there is a big need for art in areas where galleries are few. The tape was labeled "two women gibberish," however some might find the subject of their "gibberish" interesting. The rest of the tape faintly records stock prices. |
|Ulery, Rev. J . Edson and Sylvia: Funeral Memory Books||Brethren People File: Ulery, Rev. J. Edson and Sylvia ||Rev. J. Edson Ulery was a Church of the Brethren minister who died in January of 1959. Two memory books, one for Sylvia and another for Edson, reflect the affection that people held for the couple. Edson's life story is available in a book, "A Heap of Living," by Cora W. Helman. |
|Ulrey||MC2011/215 ||Pieces of Ulrey family history from the North Manchester, Indiana area along with a print-out of an Ulrey obituary index with obituary references from the Gospel Messenger. |
|Ulrey Genealogical Material||MC2007/140 ||Ulrey reunion documentation, letters, stories. |
|Ulrey, A. B.||MC2007/113 |
Four articles written by A. B. Ulrey on the topics of Eugenics, the embryology of Paragordius (Gordius) Varius (Leidy), the South American Characinidae, and starfishes of southern California.
|Ulrey, Calvin and Miriam||MC2002/118 |
See Also: Manchester College Bulletin, March 1950 p.2; May 1950 p.4; February 1951 p.4; October 1951 p.1; April 1952 p.1; Oak Leaves, 3 October 1963 p.6.
Buck family Photos and Memorabilia.
|Underground Publication circa 1971||MC2010/191 |
One newsletter. There is not a title or exact date on this publication, but a caricature of President Richard Nixon and a list of recommended anti-Vietnam War deadlines for action in 1971 serve as a date in themselves.
|Underground Publications: "Et Cetera"," 1941 (alone in its class, rival of the Oak Leaves) ||MC2008/35 |
"Et Cetera," 1941
|Underground Publications: [The] Pine Needle||MC2002/163 ||[The] Pine Needle Collection: This anti-war newsletter was produced by Manchester College students and contained articles, essays, artwork, and poetry. |
|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).
|Underground Publications: Manchester Mobe to End the War||MC2002/159 ||Manchester Mobe to End the War Newsletter Collection. |
|Underground Publications: Morning Star||MC2002/160 ||Morning Star Newsletter Collection. This is a newsletter produced by Manchester College students, focusing on issues of social justice. |
|Underground Publications: Walrus ||MC2002/162 |
Walrus - statement of purpose.
|Unidentified Photographs: Faculty / Staff / Students / Friends||MC2010/87 |
An array of photographs spanning many years with students and other individuals taking part in various activities. Some pictures were professionally photographed for publicity purposes.
|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 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
|Union Program Council: Photographs||MC2002/326 ||Union Program Council Photograph Collection. |
|Union Renovation: Visual Aids and Project Description||MU2012/31 |
Images describing plans for the renovation of the Union. A Public Relations piece entitled, "Fund-raising quickens for 'Main Street' College Union for Manchester College."
|United Nations Flag||MC2002/172 |
See: Oak Leaves 3/6/68 p.1; 5/1/68 p.2; 10/15/69 p.4; 10/29/69 p.1, 9
|United Sexualities and Friends for Sexual Awareness||MC2002/276 |
United Sexualities: A group focusing on providing support to members of the GLBT community working to educate and promote dialogue amidst the Manchester community concerning issues of sexual minorities (for example, provides "safe zone" training).
Friends for Sexual Awareness: A student-initiated group working to educate people about the different risks involved in unhealthy sexual lifestyles and the options surrounding safe sex. It provides confidential information and support to people who are struggling with sex-related concerns.
|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. |
|Values, Ideas and the Arts: Jackson, Rev. Jesse, Photographs||MC2008/130 |
Jackson, Rev. Jesse: Photos from "An Experience in Soul, " March 30 - April 1, event held on campus. Manchester College Bulletin Vol. 61: Number 8/June 1969. Campus Pastor, Robert Mock, is also included in one of these photographs.
|Values, Ideas and the Arts: Public Programs||MC2002/278g ||Public Programs materials. |
|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."
|Values, Ideas, and Arts||MC2002/278h |
Values, Ideas, and Arts records:
|Values, Ideas, and Arts: Blyden, Jackson, Photographs||Jackson Blyden: Large Faculty/Staff Photograph Box (combined 166, 167 and 138) "Orrel Little" File |
African American author professor, dean and pioneer in the study of African American literature. Blyden Jackson visited Manchester College in the fall of 1966. Two photographs of Manchester College faculty at a luncheon with Mr. Jackson. Faculty included are : Herbert Ingraham, Charles Klingler, Margaret Brown, Doris Garey, and Orrel Little.
|Values, Ideas, and Arts: Convocation Committee||MC2002/278e |
Values, Ideas, and Arts Records - Convocation Committee. Payments made to convocation speakers during the 1990-1991 academic year.
|Values, Ideas, and Arts: Convocations 1956-1969||MC2002/278a |
- Values, Ideas, and Arts Records
|Values, Ideas, and Arts: Convocations 1970-1975||MC2002/278b ||Convocation records 1970-1975. |
|Values, Ideas, and Arts: Convocations 1976-1983||MC2002/278c ||Convocations 1976-1983, including program for the 90th Anniversary Convocation. |
|Values, Ideas, and Arts: Convocations 1984-1999 ||MC2002/278d |
Convocation records 1984-1999.
|Values, Ideas, and Arts: Cousins, Norman, Manifesto for Survival||MC2009/70 |
Cousins, Norman: Manifesto for Survival, 1967. Cousins lectured at Manchester College 6 March 1956.
|Values, Ideas, and Arts: Honors Convocations||MC2002/278f ||Values, Ideas, and Arts Records - Honors Convocations. |
|Values, Ideas, and Arts: Opening Convocation, 2003||MC2004/354 ||Opening Convocation, 3 September 2003. |
|Values, Ideas, and Arts: Opening Convocation, 2007||MC2007/168 ||Opening Convocation, 29 August 2007. |
|Values, Ideas, and Arts: Sloane, Dr. William Coffin||MC2009/195 |
Convocation photographs from Rev. Dr. William Sloan Coffin's visit to Manchester College, March 1989.
|Values, Ideas, and Arts:Goldwater, Barry, Photographs, 1968||MC2008/124 |
Barry Goldwater spoke at Manchester College in 1968, a week after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s visit to campus.
1. One photo by Harold Chatlosh
2. Six photos by Edward Breen who at that time was Staff Photographer for The Leader Tribune, Marion, Indiana.
|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.
|Vernon F. Schwalm: Presidency Notes ||MC2003/142 |
Collection of photocopied material from newspapers, Manchester College Bulletins, and Board of Trustee minutes regarding events during Schwalm's presidency.
|Vernon F. Schwalm: Presidential Inauguration invitation ||MC2003/128 |
Invitation to the inauguration of President Schwalm, dated 8 November 1941. Inauguration Program. Also included: letters addressed to "Friend" and "Alumnus" outlining events surrounding the inauguration, from The Inauguration Committee (Carl Holl, Carman Blough, and Chas. Morris).
|Vice President: Box 1||Vice President's Box: #1 ||Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College. |
|Vice President: Box 10||Vice President's Box: #10 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|Vice President: Box 11||Vice President's Box #11 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|Vice President: Box 12||Vice Presideint's Box: #12 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|Vice President: Box 13||Vice President's Box: #13 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|Vice President: Box 14||Vice Presisdent's Box: #14 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|Vice President: Box 15||Vice President's Box: #15 ||
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 18||Vice President's Box: #18 |
Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College.
|Vice President: Box 2||Vice President's Box: #2 ||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 5||Vice President's Box: #5 ||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 7||Vice President's Box: #7 |
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.
|Vice President: Box 9||Vice President's Box #9 ||Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College. |
|Video: Helman Celebration, "Faith, Learning, Service, A Commitment Recalled"||MC2011/67 ||A video labeled "Helman Celebration," is actually titled, "Faith, Learning, Service, a Commitment Recalled," and was probably part of the festivities prepared for President Helman's retirement. |
|Violence: Lemberg Center||MC2002/186 |
The Lemberg Center for the Study of Violence contains information on the race riots of the 1960s and originated at Brandeis University outside of Boston. The archive was transferred to Manchester College on permanent loan in 1979, and was housed there until 1997, when it was transferred to the University of Notre Dame.
See Also: Oak Leaves, 21 September 1979 p.6.
|Vision Statement||MC2008/18 Vision Statement ||Development of the 2008 Vision Statement. Background material and drafts. |
|Volleyball: Photographs||Photo Box #22 |
Volleyball Team Pictures
- Team pictures including Jan Smaltz
- Earlier volleyball photo circa the 1950's.
|Volunteer Services||MC General File: Volunteer Services |
Volunteer Services records.
- Minutes, general info, mission statements, Ambassadors, "Manchester Serves..." booklet
See Also: Aurora 1996 ed. p.15; Church of the Brethren; Manchester College Bulletin November 1975 p.2; Missionary Visitor 11.6 (June 1909) p.186-189; 18.3 (March 1916) p.118-119; 21.3 (March 1919); 21.10 (Oct 1919) p.287; Oak Leaves 24 September 1964 p.1; 5 November 1964 p.2; Religious Activities Student Volunteer Band; Photo Box 71.
|Voting: Photograph||MC2010/108 |
One photograph a a student at a voting machine. This might have been a mock election. The drapes are pulled and the student is in shorts, so all you can see are a bare pair of legs with socks and shoes.
|Waas, David||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Waas, David |
Material related to David Waas, History and Political Sciences, Department Head.
|Waas, David: "United States Foreign Policy Toward Black Africa During the Reagan Administration"||MC2007/31 ||David Waas: "United States Foreign Policy Toward Black Africa During the Reagan Administration." |
|Wallin, Dr. Franklin: New Call To Peacemaking, Convocation, 1978||Convocation Tape 21 April 1978: Wallin, Franklin |
Dr. Franklin Wallin, President of Earlham College, give an address at the New Call to Peacemaking conference at Manchester College. In the address he talks about the paper and ideas behind the paper produced by the New Call to Peacemaking.
|Walnut Street and Manchester Church of the Brethren, South Central Indiana: Church of the Brethren||MC2009/68 ||"The Walnut Street Messenger": Manchester Church of the Brethren and Walnut Street Church of the Brethren. History of meeting houses from 1857 - October 1924. |
|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.
|Watson, Jonathan: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC2004/729: Watson, Jonathan ||Jonathan Watson with daughters Olivia and Susannah, Photo #38, one of 46 images in collection MC2004/729. |
|Weaver, Nuclear Discussion, National Council of Churches Study||Convocation Tape #59c: Weaver, Seelman, Nuclear Discussion, Panel ||59c: Nuclear Discussion Workshop, National Council of Churches study part 2 with Seelman Weaver. |
|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, Merle and Virgil: Memorabilia Collection||MU2012/62 |
Memorabilia from Mount Morris College and Manchester College. Autograph album of 1910 and 1911. Photograph album with early photograph postcards (circa 1910) of students at Mount Morris College. Some of these cards were sent to Mamie Wine of Cerro Gordo, Illinois. Manchester College Aurora yearbooks with autographs. Picture of Elder D. L. Miller.
|Weimer, Orpha and Harry Collection: Manchester College Experience, 1927||MC2011/189 |
Below is a small representation of this collection's holdings. See the accession page for a more extensive list of photographs and memorabilia:
"The Speaker of Tau Kappa Alpha, Golden Anniversary, 1908 - 1958," Vol. XL, No. 3, March, 1958, a booklet published four times a year. Tau Kappa Alpha is a speech fraternity.
Orpha Jackson Weimer's scrapbook from her senior year of college, 1926-1927 including:
- Ditch Day, May Day, Freshman - Sophomore water fight, graduating Class picture, athletic competitions, Senior Banquet, nature hikes, Philophronian and Philalethean memorabilia, May Day Court with Queen, Mother's and Daughter's Banquet, and Commencement week program for 1927.
- Picture of shelved cans at the Weimer Canning Factory in North Manchester.
- Manchester College marching band.
Group photograph of MC male students.
Female student in MC Chemistry library.
Photograph of football team, presumably circa early 1920's.
Photograph of Manchester College Philophronian members in the summer of 1923.
|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.
|Wells, Charles||MC2011/47 ||Charles Wells, founder of the news service, "Between the Lines," presents an evening lecture. His appearance was not part of the Church Leaders Conference but his presentation coincided with the conference. |
|West End Chapel or West End Mission||MC2007/50 |
Photograph of West End Chapel, (also called West End Mission) at time of dedication. Short reflection on its history by Prof. Bill Eberly.
|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. |
|West, Dan: Family and Heifer Project Photographs and Memorabilia||MC2011/208: Janet Schrock |
An assortment of photographs and memorabilia about Dan West, his family and Heifer Project. These items were given to Janet Schrock, Dan West's daughter, by different individuals, including videographer, David Sollenberger.
|West, Dan: Heifer Project International, Long Term Loan||Archives Office, North Shelving Unit |
Objects are on Long-Term Loan from Heifer Project International.
These include but are not limited to:
- 25 years of Brethren Service Pin (in Dan West exhibit).
- Nametag written on wood in shape of Brethren Service Cup.
- Dan West's pocketknife.
- Dan West's camera and case.
- Dolls from Spain (in Dan West exhibit).
- Manchester College momento 1895, acorn on leather strap.
- Children's shoes from Spain (in Dan West exhibit).
Contact the Archivist for questions about the entire list of objects.
|West, Dan: Materials, Gift From Heifer Project International||MC2009/130 a,b,c ||Dan West File with copies of writings, DVD with clips of radio broadcases, pictures and video. Photographs of Heifer Project in other countries. These materials were gifts to the Archives from Heifer Project International. |
|West, Melissa: Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection||MC 2004/729: West, Melissa ||Office of Admissions: Jolane Rohr, Sandy Bendsen, Jill Biehl, Kim Reinoehl, Melissa West, Steve Schaum, photograph #42. This image is part of the larger collection MC2004/729. |
|Western Brethren: Church of the Brethren||COB General File: Western Brethren ||Western Brethren: excerpts from The Monthly Gospel-Visiter. |
|Why I Teach||MC2011/213 |
A collection of short faculty speeches on the topic of why they chose to teach at Manchester College. The presentations are dated from 1993 forwards through 2003.
|Williams, Leonard||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Williams, Leonard |
Material related to Leonard Williams, Social Sciences, History and Political Science, including MC Center for Science crossword puzzle from "A Time for Celebration."
|Williamson, Jeffrey||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Williamson, Jeffrey ||Press Release and newspaper clipping: In August 1986 Jeffrey Williamson was appointed to the College's Admissions Office staff to serve as a counselor within the Manchester College Admissions Department. |
|Williford, Michael ||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Williford, Michael A. ||Copy of news clipping, 1985, announcing Michael Williford as Assistant Director of Admissions. |
|Willkie, Edward||MC2010/61 ||Edward Willkie, student at the MC Academy, went on to wrestle in the 1920 Summer Games in Antwerp Belgium. Edward's brother was Wendell Willkie and his sister, Julia, was a professor at Manchester College. |
|Wine, Norman: Collection||ROSeptember2012/18 ||Materials related to Norman B. Wine - biography of Norman B. Wine, diplomas, Auroras, Manchester College bulletins, congregational anniversary items for the Southern Ohio District of the Church of the Brethren, plaque, etc. |
|Winger, Ida, Winger Otho: Letter from Egypt, 1928||MC2004/635-14 ||Ida Winger's letter to family from Port Said, Egypt, 1928. |
|Winger, Otho||MC2002/104u |
Large box filled with Otho Winger materials.
|Winger, Otho and Schwalm, Vernon: Presidents Files and Other Resources||Winger and Schwalm: Additional Resources |
Personal and confidential files and materials related to President Otho Winger and Vernon Schwalm are located in the Vault (IIS) in older metal filing cabinet drawers.
|Winger, Otho and Winger, Ida: Letters From Sea||MC2004/635-30 ||Otho and Ida Winger's letters (one from each) written from aboard S. S. American Merchant, during their first days at sea...."P.S. Neither typewriter nor pen can describe the 4 1/2 days experience with a rolling, pitching sea and stomache. Glad to be better!" |
|Winger, Otho and Winger, Ida: Memorabilia from Foreign Trip||MC2004/635-22a,b |
Letters and momentos from Otho and Ida's foreign excursion.
|Winger, Otho and Winger, Otto: Retirement Plans and McPherson College Correspondence||MC2002/2b |
Correspondence between Otho Winger and the Manchester College Board of Trustees, especially regarding the retirement of Winger and his brother, J.O. Winger.
Correspondence between Otho Winger and students and administration of McPherson College, 1924-1934.
|Winger, Otho: Promotional Brochure||MC2009/79 ||Promotional Brochure on Otho Winger as Preacher, Educator, Lecturer, Traveler, Author, Author on Indian History. |
|Winger, President Otho: Collection||MC2010/200 |
Manchester College and Church of the Brethren related letters, pamphlets, photographs, Sunday school records, newspaper articles, interesting pieces of local and national history, diaries, wedding invitations, datebooks, publication agreements, resumes of applicants from the Albert Teaching Agency and more.
|Wolfe, Claude||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Wolfe, Claude |
Material relating to Claude Wolf, including news clipping from 1964, "Claude Wolfe Family Returns from Bolivia," news release from 1966 naming Claude Wolfe Coach of the Year, and Coach Wolf's obituary, 1985.
See Also: Gospel Messenger, 16 June 1945 p.7, 14; 14 July 1945 p.19; 15 September 1945 p.16; 6 October 1945 p.19; 24 November 1945 p.21; 20 April 1946 p.19; 8 June 1946 p.21; 7 December 1946 p.21; 14 December 1946 p.8-9; 22 March 1947 p.20-21 (photos); 5 April 1947 p.21 (photo); Manchester College Bulletin, June 1951 p.2; March 1976 p.7.
|Wollman, Neil||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Wollman, Neil |
Material related to Neil Wollman, Social Sciences, Psychology, including:
- Interview: "Tax Resister Fields Questions," The News-Journal, 14 April 1983.
- "Focusing on Income Tax Reform," Letter to the Editor of the Wabash Plain Dealer, 16 June 1995, by Neil Wollman.
- Bulletin of the Peace Studies Institute 2000, Manchester College, Wollman article, pg. 1, "Announcement: Dr. Neil Wollman Appointed Senior Resesarch Fellow for the Peace Studies Institute." Photograph of Neil with wife, Manchester College Professor, Dr. Abby Fuller.
For additional material regarding Neil Wollman, see: The News-Journal, 21 August 2002 p.17
|Women's Clubs and Organizations: Signature and Membership Book||MC2012/22 |
A composition book containing the names, club affiliations and towns of various women. Another page within the book gives another list, club affiliations and location.
|Women's Residence Organization / Association of Women Students (AWS)||MC2002/285 |
Women's Residence Organization and Association of Women Students collection of materials.
See Also: Oak Leaves, 30 April 1964 p.2; 7 May 1964 p.1; 14 May 1964 p.1; 8 October 1964 p.1; 19 November 1964 p.3; 10 December 1964 p.1; 14 January 1965 p.4; 25 February 1965 p.2; 18 March 1965 p.3
|Wong, Larry||MC2009/137 ||Wong, Larry Wong, Manchester College alumnus, Class of 1951. Speech, ""Every One of Them." |
|Work Camp: Photographs||MC2007/108 ||Work Camp photo montage of Church of the Brethren Youth at European Work Camp Following WWII. |
|Workshops, Symposiums and Seminars||MC2002/333 |
A partial listing of workshops, symposiums and seminars by year.
|World War Two - Record Collection||MC2011/132 |
A series of recordings done for Homecoming 1943. They might have been pre-recorded for broadcast by WOWO Ft. Wayne. They show the effects that WWII had on Manchester College.
- War has taken 3/4th of our boys.
- Intercollegiate football and basketball are part of war casualities.
- College feels deeply the tragic effects of war.
- 165 freshmen enrolled.
- Enrollment of 270 women and 90 men. This unbalance among men and women makes life interesting (that is, for the men).
|Wu, Ningkun||Box # 2 from the President's Office, Archives Vault. |
Wu, Ningkun. Manchester College alumnus, Class of 1949.
Box # 2 from the President's Office, Archives Vault.
|Wu, Ningkun: Convocation||Convocation Tape # 442: Wu, Ningkun |
International Week Convocation speaker, 31 October 1994, Dr. Ningkun Wu. 1948 Manchester Alumnus, author, profesor.
|Y.M.C.A.: Handbook Collection||MC2004/497 |
Y.M.C.A.: Manchester College Handbook Collection. Handbooks produced by the Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. groups on campus. Collection includes 1925-26, 1926-27, 1930-31, 1931-32, 1935-36, 1936-37, 1937-38, 1938-39, 1939-40, 1940-41, 1941-42.
|Y.M.C.A.: Materials||MC2003/50 |
Clipping of photograph of pile of clothing and various students (names not provided). Caption reads, "Manchester College YMCA Members Ship Relief Clothing."
Relief and Rehabilitation
|Y.M.C.A.: Topics||MC2004/706-1 ||Y.M.C.A.: Card listing topics for meetings during the spring term of 1894. |
|Y.W.C.A., Y.M.C.A., Photographs||Religious Activities: Additional Information |
See also: Y.M.C.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Photo Box 75.
|Y.W.C.A.: Collection||MC2003/1 |
See Also: Mountaineer; Oak Leaves, 5.1 (Oct 1917) p.11; 22 October 1964 p.1; Religious Activities.
|Yasukawa, Mary K. Fujii||Alumni Box 187: Yasukawa, Mary K. Fujii |
Yasukawa, Mary K. Fujii Yasukawa, MC alumna, Class of 1946.
- "Home Without a Fence," by Mary Fujii, first place winner in the National Oratorical Contest for college women.
|Yoder, Bradley||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Yoder, Bradley ||Material related to Bradley Yoder, Social Sciences, Sociology. |
|Young's House, President: Photograph||MC2010/159 ||One photograph of President Young's home, that would later become the College Hospital and finally the AAFRO House. |
|Young, Andrew||MC2011/1 ||Two DVDs made from the original U-Matic videocassette tape. At the time the address was given, Andrew Young was U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. He was the husband of Manchester alumna, Jean Childs Young. Young had been active in the Civil Rights movement working next to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Young went on to be Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia. |
|Young, Andrew: Birthday Newspaper Articles||MC2008/205 ||Newspaper articles regarding Young's 75th birthday party. |
|Young, Andrew: Convocation Address, 2000||MU2012/28a,b ||Dr. Andrew Young gave the Convocation address at Commencement, 2000. |
|Young, Andrew: Photograph||MC2008/125 ||Photographs of Andrew Young with students in Petersime lounge. |
|Young, Andrew: There's a New World Coming||Alumni Box 187: Jean Childs Young |
Excerpts from "There's a New World Coming," Andrew Young.
See Also: Manchester College Bulletin, October 1978 p.1.
|Young, E.S.: President, Manchester College||MC2002/104v |
E. S. Young taught New Testament history, hermaneutics, theology, sacred history, and Old Testament history. He also served as Manchester's president 1895-1899.
See Also: MCGeneral File: Faculty/Staff, Young, E. S. - has copies of photographs of President E. S. Young, his family and house on 507 Miami Street, North Manchester. His brother and business partner was S. S. Young.
|Young, Jean Childs||Alumni Box 187: Young, Jean Childs |
Materials relating to MC alumna, Jean Childs Young and her husband Andrew Young.
|Young, Jean Childs Receives Honorary Doctoral Degree: Photograph||MC2010/85 |
Photographs of Jean Childs Young receiving an honorary degree from Manchester College during Commencement (1979-1980).See also: MC2007/35, Alumni Box 187,
|Young, Jean Childs: Materials and Photographs||MC2007/35 |
Materials and photographs related to Jean Childs Young: 1953 May Day Queen, Manchester College alumna, 1954, wife of Andrew Young (married June 1954), and Manchester College honorary doctorate recipient.
|Young, John A.: Memoirs||MC2008/209 |
Young, John: The memoirs of John A. Young, BA 1947. Also included are experiences of his wife, Phoebe Timmons Young.
Trailer Court Housing found in: "Memoirs of John A. Young," Volume - IV, June 1946 - September 1950.
Original poem about Leicester Brown, MC Class of 1936.
|Young, John: Biographical Material||MU2012/32 ||Biographical material related to Dr. John F. Young, alumnus, Naval Aviator, Associate Superintendent of the Fort Wayne Community Schools, and Chair of the Board of Trustees. |
|Zimmerman, Gary||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Zimmerman, Gary ||Material relating to Gary Zimmerman, Social Sciences and Psychology. |
|Zimmerman, Gary: Photograph, Public Relations Wall of Fame||MC2004/729: Zimmerman, Gary ||Photograph of Gary Zimmerman with golf clubs, picture #41 in the Public Relations Wall of Fame Photograph Collection. |
|Zimmerman, Jean: Faculty/Staff and Photographs||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Zimmerman, Jean |
Material related to Jean Zimmerman as part of the Manchester College Faculty/Staff.
See Also: Photographs of Jean Zimmerman with her husband, Professor Gary Zimmerman located in Faculty/Staff photos: Gary Zimmerman
|Zumbrum, Marguerite: Diploma, Home Economics, 1923||MC2004/635-28 ||1923 Diploma in Home Economics presented to Marguerite Zumbrum. |