|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|Adams, Professor James R. C.||MC2011/102 ||Professor James R. C. Adams gives a presentation on the topic of "19th Century Art." |
|Buildings: Original Gymnasium Photographs||MC2004/423 |
Original Gymnasium Photograph Collection. This structure was the primary center of athletic and physical education activities until 1926.
|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.
|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.
|Hardman, Eva: Diploma, Bible School, 1897||MC2009/65 ||Hardman, Eva, diploma from The Bible School, 1897 |
|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.
|Home Management||MC2010/94 |
Photographs: Home Management / Home Economics.
|Humanities Core ||MC2002/137 |
Humanities Core Program Records:
1. Tapes, great lives, poetry list.
2 . Budget, scripts, staffing, history, writing lab.
3 . Course information.
|Manchester College: Contributions to a Better World||MC2010/194 |
Letter to Timothy K. Jones of Manchester College by Robert S. Zigler, Washington, DC. The letter starts:
"Here's the stuff re MC and the contribution to a better world."
A list cites Manchester College graduates that have been involved in Relief, Rehabilitation and/or Development.
|Philorhetoria Photograph circa 1931||MC2010/93 |
One photograph of the Philorhetoria Literary Society circa 1931, with five students identified.See also: Manchester College: A Century of Faith, Learning and Service by Timothy K. Jones
|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
|Ulrey, A. B.||MC2007/87 |
A. B. Ulrey: First biology teacher at Manchester College, born near North Manchester, Indiana.
This material contains information regarding Ulrey's work done at the Venice Marine Station along with biographical notes and personal correspondence.
|Winger, Otho||MC General File: Faculty/Staff, Winger, Large Collection |
File with related Otho Winger material including but not limited to vignettes, letters, and Winger's writing about Native Americans as well as his close relationship with the Miami Nation.
|Young, S. S.: Photograph of House||MC General File: see Faculty/Staff, Young, E. S. |
S. S. Young was President E. S. Young's partner and brother. A photo of the S. S. Young house 716 Wayne Street, North Manchester is in the E. S. Young materials.
See Also: "Manchester College a Century of Faith, Learning and Service," by Timothy K. Jones.