|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|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. |
|Childs, Norma Louise||Alumna |
Norma Louise Childs, (Mancheser College alumna,1948).
- Maid of Honor, May Day 1947.
- Sister to Jean Childs Young (Manchester College alumna, 1954).
- Sister to Cora Ann Childs (Manchester College alumna, 1951).
- Notation in Oak Leaves 19 April 1956 regarding the engagement of Norma Louise Childs.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|Young, Jean Childs||Alumni Box 187: Young, Jean Childs |
Materials relating to MC alumna, Jean Childs Young and her husband Andrew Young.
|Brown, Dustin||Alumni Large Box 187: Brown, Dustin ||Material related to Dustin Brown, alumnus of Manchester College. |
|Alexander Mack: Genealogical Information||BC2004/21 |
Alexander Mack Genealogical information.
|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.
|Young, A.C. - Obituary||Brethren People File: Young, A. C. ||Rev. A. C. Young was a minister in the Church of the Brethren. |
|Buildings List ||Buildings List ||This is a somewhat dated list of building on campus but it shares some pertinent information. |
|Young People's Department: Church of the Brethren, Middle Indiana||COB Filing Cabinets: South Central Indiana, see Young People ||One letter from "Bidey" to "Prof" stating distress at Bidey's inability to find transportation to the Executive Committee meeting of the Young People's Department of the Middle Indiana District of the Church of the Brethren, 1935. |
|Commencement Tape1989: Young, Dr. John F.||Commencement Tape 1989: Young, Dr. John F. ||Dr. John F. Young speaks at the 21 May 1989 Commencement. |
|Merdock, Deroy: Convocation Tape||Convocation Tape #199: Merdock, Deroy ||Rev. Deroy Murdock's presentation on 23 September 1985. |
|Howe, Francis O.||Faculty Staff Boxes: Howe, Francis O. |
Francis was the second son of first College President David Howe and David's first wife, Delilah. Francis (Frank) was an instrumental music teacher at Manchester College 1899-1900. Frank was also the Inventor/founder of the Howe Vacuum Bait Company
Frank's obituary can be found in the David Howe materials (see MC General File, Faculty/Staff, Howe, David).
An obituary for Frank's wife (Irma), a brother (Earl), Earl's wife (Clara), Frank's son (Robert Bruce), daughter-in-law (Mrs. Robert Bruce Howe [Emma Jane]), can be found in the David Howe materials as well.
Francis Howe: See MC2009/100a, b to help understand why Francis Howe might have left the College.
Ending the Vacuum on Vacuum Baits," November 1997 issues of "The National Fishing Lure Collectors Club Magazine," Vol. 7, No. 2, extensive article on the incorporation of Francis O. Howe, Charles W. Olinger and Jonas W. Warvel of North Manchester, Indiana into The Vacuum Bait Company.
Faculty/Staff Large Boxes: Howe, Francis
|Knuth, Julie||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Knuth, Julie ||Copy of emaill announcing Julie Knuth as Executive Assistant to the President. |
|Young, Dale||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Young, Dale ||Material related to Dale Young. |
|Young, Gary||Faculty/Staff Boxes 46-48: Young, Gary ||Material related to Gary Young. |
|Lee, Young||Faculty/Staff Boxes: Lee, Young ||Material regarding Young Lee. |
|McFadden, David||Faculty/Staff Boxes: McFadden, Dave ||Material related to Dave McFadden. |
|Faculty/Staff Announcements: 2013||Faculty/Staff: Box 48 |
Copies of E-mail announcements regarding changes in Faculty and Staff for 2013.
|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.
|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.
|Annual Bible Institute ||MC General File: Faculty/Staff, Young, E. S. |
Program Jan. 3 to 31, 1899.
|Administration Building: History||MC General File: Administration Building |
History of the Administration Building.
|Copyright Guidelines ||MC General File: Copyright Guidelines |
Copyright Guidelines: 1994 Copyright Guidelines from Jo Young Switzer to the Faculty.
|Student Research Symposium||MC General File: Dean's Scholarship ||3 April 2009 program, 11th Annual Student Research Symposium with the Jo Young Switzer Award for Excellence. |
|Switzer, President Jo Young||MC General File: Faculty/Staff, Switzer, Jo Young ||Articles related to Manchester College President, Jo Young Switzer. |
|Liberal Education||MC General File: Liberal Education ||Liberal Education: Prospects for the Next Century, a symposium at Manchester College, 1995. |
|Seagoing Cowboy: Geiger, Elwood||MC General File: Seagoing Cowboy ||Seagoing Cowboy: Elwood Geiger letter to President Jo Young Switzer. |
|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.
|Tobacco Free Policy||MC General File: Tobacco Free ||Printouts of tobacco-free email announcements by President Jo Young Switzer. |
|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.
|Shultz, L. W.: Interview Transcriptions||MC2001/12f |
L. W. Shultz: Interview transcriptions.
|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. |
|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.
|Helman, A. Blair: Faculty/Staff Collection||MC2002/104i |
A. Blair Helman:Inauguration programs, 25th anniversary info, biographical info, photos, correspondence, anniversary celebration program, Blair Helman Papers-The Indiana Academy 2002/2e. Newspaper clippings of Helman's career and retirement, including newspaper photo with Andrew Young.
See also: A. Blair Helman Papers MC2002/2.
|Marden, Parker||MC2002/104n |
President Parker Marden:
- Six speeches, general info, correspondence, News from MC (newsletter).
- Congratulations correspondence from other institutions (at time of inauguration).
- Parker Marden's articles that were featured in The Indianapolis Star and The Wabash Plain Dealer.
- January 1996 letter to students from Parker Marden.
|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.
|Ice Cream Social: Records and Butterbaugh Event||MC2002/139 ||Ice Cream Social records and Interim President, Edgar Butterbaugh's farewell. |
|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 Young People's Department (BYPD)||MC2002/29 |
BYPD at Manchester College.
List of cabinet members from 1922.
See Also: BYPD in the Church of the Brethren.
|Clubs: College Republicans||MC2002/56 |
The file contains an envelope, bumper stickers, a pamphlet, and note paper.
|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. |
|Helman: A. Blair Helman Letter to William Robinson||MC2003/235 ||A. Blair Helman: Letter from Blair Helman dated 15 January 2003 regarding Bill Robinson's book, Leading People from the Middle. |
|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.
|Dean's List||MC2003/36 |
Dean's Lists 1950-1995
Fall Semester 2002-2003
Unrestricted access and reproduction except File 1.
|Young, John Photograph Collection||MC2003/6 |
John Young Photograph Collection of students circa 1939 - 1940, including the "Hash-House Gang."
Possible photographs of Benton Rhoades and Ruby Frantz Rhoades. More research needed.
|Buildings/Campus Scenes Photograph Collection-Oversized||MC2003/65 ||Buildings/Campus Scenes Photograph Collection-Oversized, with some shots of people. |
|Buildings: Ikenberry Hall, Postcards||MC2003/78 ||Ikenberry Hall: Young Men's Home Postcard Collection. |
|Homecoming Photograph Collection||MC2004/126 |
Homecoming Photograph Collection
Primarily black and white pictures, photographed by Scott McAlpine at Homecoming 1992 (10/17)
|Fisher, C. E.: Diploma||MC2004/172 ||C. E. Fisher, Commercial Department Diploma. |
|Holl, Carl Waldo: Photographs||MC2004/223 |
*Deaccessioned and given to Carolyn Holl Leffel, sister of Carl W. Holl, Jr.
|Huber, Edith Weybright: Photograph Collection, circa 1919 - 1920||MC2004/239 |
Edith Weybright Huber graduated from Manchester College in 1919. This collection includes many identified individuals as well as pictures from Edith Weybright Huber's 50th Wedding Anniversary.
|Felton, June: Photograph Collection, circa 1900-1903||MC2004/240 |
The June Felton Photograph Collection includes portraits of young people as well as:
Geology Class. May 1900.
C.E. Rader. Dino, Indiana. Fulton/Kosciusko Co.
Howard Huddleston. July 1903. Carrol Co.
Ivan L. Erbaugh. Dayton, Ohio. Rural Route #4.
|Neff, Ida Fields: Photograph Collection, circa 1916 - 1922||MC2004/241 |
Ida Fields Neff Photograph Collection, including:
The Buckeye Sprouts.
Class in basketry.
Cora Heestand 1916.
Mabel Workman Hoff [BA 1922].
Manchester Fellows 1922.
Celesta Wine. Roommate of Ida Fields 1917.
|Holl, Carl Waldo: Memorabilia||MC2004/279 ||Carl Waldo Holl: Memorabilia |
|Plunkett, Roy: Photographs ||MC2004/285 ||Photographs of Roy Plunkett at various times in his life. |
|Presidential Search 1985: Helman, A. Blair Papers||MC2004/311 |
Some of these materials may be confidential. Inquire with Archivist. Presidential search 1985
- A. Blair Helman, Manchester College President Emeritus, served as president from 1956-1986.
- William Robinson served as president from 1986-1994.
- Documents include: "Progress Report on Planning for an Orderly and Responsible Transition of Leadership," letter of resignation, and position announcement.
|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.
|Natural Sciences Division: Plunkett, Roy Bequest||MC2004/389 ||Plunkett, Roy: Bequest |
|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.
|Fundraising by Decade/Campaign: Calvin Ulrey Hall Construction||MC2004/484 ||44 x 20" plywood piece with painted thermometer measuring success of Calvin Ulrey dormatory campaign. |
|Natural Sciences Division: Radio Station Collection from Barr, Francis H.||MC2004/538 |
The first known radio communication from the Manchester College campus was through an unlicensed amateur [HAM]radio station privately operated by the Singer brothers in 1927. Their endeavor was entirely different from and unrelated to the first Manchester College radio station [WMIB] built by Dwight Farringer in 1945. Francis Barr provides objects from the Singer brothers' interest and gives physical information about the construction of WMIB.
|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. |
|Studebaker, George L. and Mary E.: Photograph||MC2004/634 ||George L. Studebaker and Mary E. Simonton Studebaker photograph. "Uncle George" and "Aunt Mollie." According to Otho Winger, George L. Studebaker is one of the most familiar names connected with Manchester College. George was born in Illinois in 1861. He came with his parents to Indiana when two years old. He was called into the ministry in the Church of the Brethren in 1881 and married Mary E. Simonton in 1882. He was pastor of the Church of the Brethren in Muncie from 1897 to 1906. The family moved to North Manchester in order that their son, Mark E., might attend college. Here, George Studebaker served as field representative and Mrs. Studebaker as matron of the Ladies' Home. They became known to hundreds of students as "Uncle George" and "Aunt Mollie." |
|Wright, G. E.: Diploma 1898||MC2004/668 ||1898 Diploma to G. E. Wright for the Teachers' Course of Study. |
|Eva Hardman Collection||MC2004/677-1 through 677-5 |
Eva Hardman Collection: Manchester College alumna, Eva Hardman, was a student in the Bible School when E. S. Young was President and S. S. Young was Secretary. The collection dates from 1896 and 1897. Most of these documents were reproduced in the book "A Century of Faith Learning and Service, Manchester College, 1889 - 1989. See E. S. Young's signature on documents within this collection.
|Class Cards||MC2004/697-1,2 |
Daily Vacation Bible School:
Stangle, Alice, 3 March 1926 and Young, Edna, "Daily Vacation Bible School," 13 March 1924. Both cards have quips (for perhaps a talk) on the verso.
|Y.M.C.A.: Topics||MC2004/706-1 ||Y.M.C.A.: Card listing topics for meetings during the spring term of 1894. |
|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.
|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.|
|Brethren Colleges Abroad Correspondence||MC2004/731: BCA |
Proposal and reports Correspondence.
File 1: 1983-99.
|Switzer, Jo Young: Inauguration Media, Correspondence, Reflections||MC2004/732 ||Media releases, personal reflections on presidency.. |
|Graduate Program: MACL||MC2004/737 ||Master of Arts in Contemporary Leadership (MACL) Proposal |
|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.
|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.
|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."
|Grandstaff, Paul and Mary: Memory Album 1974 - 1982||MC2006/6 |
Grandstaff Memory Album: Newspaper clippings about students, faculty/staff, Tall Oaks, sports events and College related articles spanning 1974 - 1982.
Mary Alice Grandstaff died 18 July 2009. Her obituary is included with MC2006/6.
Obituary for Paul Grandstaff.
Reference to the Grandstaffs from President Jo Young Switzer's 2008 Commencement address.
|Work Camp: Photographs||MC2007/108 ||Work Camp photo montage of Church of the Brethren Youth at European Work Camp Following WWII. |
|Advancement||MC2007/12 ||Homecoming preparation for years 1975 through 1994, "M" Association records, alumni nominating committee correspondence, alumni service award information, etc. |
|Plunkett, Roy||MC2007/121 |
Plunkett, Roy: Pivotal scientific publication
See also: Manchester College Bulletin April 1952 p.3; August 1952 p.1; October 1952 p.1; October 1976 p.7
|Marden, Parker||MC2007/126 |
Parker Marden: Correspondence, emailings to faculty and staff.
|Switzer, Jo Young: Inauguration Materials||MC2007/136-1, 136-2, 136-3 ||Materials in preparation for and pertaining to the inauguration of Manchester College President, Jo Young Switzer. |
|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.
|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.
|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).
|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.
|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. |
|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.
|Schultz, L. W.: Indiana Young People's Conference, 1927||MC2007/17 ||L. W. Shultz, Chairman of the Seventh Indiana Young People's Conference of Religious Education, 1927, Souvenir Program. |
|Unidentified Photograph: Young woman in glasses||MC2007/173 ||Unidentified black and white photograph of a young woman in glasses. |
|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!
|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.
|Aurora: Nolt, Melville, Auroras, Various Years||MC2007/23 ||Aurora, Student, Melville T. Nolt. Personal copies embossed and autographed. |
|Alumni Days and Alumni Reunions ||MC2007/3 |
Services recognizing the death of alumni and members of the College community.
See Also: Manchester College Bulletin, October 1949 p.1; November 1949 p.2.
|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.
|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.
|Buck Family Photograph Collection||MC2007/40 ||Photographs and memorabilia from the Buck family. Also included is information about Calvin Ulrey and his wife, Miriam. |
|Ebey, Alice King||MC2007/48 ||Alice King Ebey: "Genesis...to...Revelation," published by The Bible Society, North Manchester, IN. 1896. See "Pastoral Epistles," by Alice King. |
|Jo Young Switzer: Newspaper Articles About Presidency||MC2007/7 ||Newspaper articles announcing Jo Young Switzer's presidency. |
|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.
|Town of North Manchester: Smith, Frances and Family||MC2008/07 |
Frances Smith, Manchester College alumni, Class of 1923, and her historical North Manchester family.
|Mount Morris College: Miller,President D. L., Photograph||MC2008/120 ||Photograph of President D. L. Miller. |
|Young, Andrew: Photograph||MC2008/125 ||Photographs of Andrew Young with students in Petersime lounge. |
|Helser, A. D. and Lola Bechtel: Photographs.||MC2008/132 ||Helser, A. D. and Lola Bechtel, missionaries to Africa, early photos. |
|Admissions: Newsletters, Financial Aid||MC2008/157 ||Admissions and "The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid" Newsletters. |
|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.
|Religious Education||MC2008/17 ||Seventh Indiana Young People's Conference of Religious Education, Souvenir Program, 1927. L. W. Shultz, Chairman. |
|Vision Statement||MC2008/18 Vision Statement ||Development of the 2008 Vision Statement. Background material and drafts. |
|Young, Andrew: Birthday Newspaper Articles||MC2008/205 ||Newspaper articles regarding Young's 75th birthday party. |
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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. |
|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.
|Wong, Larry||MC2009/137 ||Wong, Larry Wong, Manchester College alumnus, Class of 1951. Speech, ""Every One of Them." |
|Groninger, Joy: Publications and Design||MC2009/14 |
Personal and Assorted departmental files from Joy Groninger, Publications and Design.
|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 and the Church of the Brethren||MC2009/151 |
Church Relations - objectives, resources, and implementation.
|Halladay, Paul: Photograph||MC2009/159 ||Photo of male choral group with a young Paul Halladay, possibly circa 1924. |
|Student Photographs: Linnie Snider, in "Weaver's Class 1896." ||MC2009/161 |
One captioned photograph of a group of young people.
A bearded man in the photo holds a sign:
of ____(18) 96.
|Baldwin, Ferne A.: Memorabilia||MC2009/23 |
Pictures and memorabilia of Ferne Baldwin.
|Miller Edith: Family Photograph||MC2009/45 ||Nine photographs and postcards with images of Ida, Edith, Bertha and Ray Miller and of Amos Miller and Sarah Cupp Miller. |
|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.
|Campus: Postcards ||MC2009/52 |
Postcards Campus: Campus views and fountain.
|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.
|Food Service: Cooks ||MC2009/56a,b ||Photographs of Food Service and possibly photos of cooks, from the 1960's. |
|Hardman, Eva: Diploma, Bible School, 1897||MC2009/65 ||Hardman, Eva, diploma from The Bible School, 1897 |
|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.
|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. |
|West, Dan: Memorabilia and Letters||MC2010/113 |
1. Letter to Sabra written and signed by Dan West on Church of the Brethren General Brotherhood Board stationery.
2. Christmas letter from the West Family to Sabra and her family with a handwritten personal note on the verso by Dan West.
3. Exhibit A: One article by Sabra (Baker) Staley (Unit 11, 1951) entitled "A Sign Along th e Road." This is a story about how Sabra came to join Brethren Volunteer Service and accepted an assignment in Castener, Puerto Rico, in years 1951-1952.
3. Exhibit B: One color copy of Dan West's name and address in the family guestbook, circa 1952.
4. Letter with vignettes about Dan West and Sabra's family.
5. The story of the "henna-haired landlady."
|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. |
|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. |
|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. |
|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.
|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.
|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. |
|Commencement and Graduation Various Years: Photographs||MC2010/25 |
Commencement and graduation photographs from 1914, 1924, 1920's?, 1940, 1997, 2004.
CHAPPELL STUDIO and GRADUATIONIMAGES (TM), 1997 and 2004.
|Veteran Services ||MC2010/7 ||Coordinator of Veteran Services. |
|Photographs: Faculty and Staff||MC2010/71 |
Slides of Faculty and Staff 1951 - 1963 and beyond into the President Robinson Era.
|Sweeton, Jerry||MC2010/8 ||Jerry Sweeton, 2009 Professor of the Year. |
|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,
|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.
|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.
|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. |
|Manchester College Calendar, 1926||MC2011/111 ||One Manchester College calendar from 1926 with images of campus buildings and scenes. |
|Wampler, Sadie Irene Stutsman: Hand O Graphs Book||MC2011/126 |
Sadie Stutsman Wampler graduated from Manchester College in 1916. This is the same year that she began entries in "The Hand O Graphs" book, and kept make entries for years following. This book comes with the instructions: Place your hand, palm downwards, on the paper and trace outline. There are a couple examples given, and then the individual is on her own to gather outlines of the hands of friends, family and celebrities on the following pages. It is like an autograph book for hands. The name of the individual is also recorded along with the date.
|Helman, A. Blair: Letters of Nomination for the University of Kansas Distinguished Service Citation, 1997||MC2011/170 |
Letter nominating A. Blair Helman for the Univeresity of Kansas Distinguished Service Citation written by Jo Young Switzer, 1996.
Completed Nominating Form and Biographical Outline.
Supporting Letters for Nomination.
|Basketball: Photographs, circa 1920's and 1950||MC2011/172 |
Earlier basketball photographs. Some images are identified.
|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.
|Lassa Fever: President Jo Young Switzer, Parkview North, Honorees||MC2011/191 |
This file contains a copy of August 2011 Notes from the President in which a mural at Parkview North emergency room is described. President Jo was asked to paint a square of the mural that depicts an "Everyday Star" whose non-work life embraces generosity and service. She chose John Hamer (MC Class of 1948) who worked with his wife, Esther (MC Class of 1950) as medical missionaries in Nigeria. Besides being a physician, Dr. Hamer was a scientiest who helped to discover one of the world's deadliest viruses -- Lassa Fever.
Two other Manchester College graduates were honored as being "Everyday Stars" in the mural, Dr. Jane Weaver (Everyday Star #156) and Daryl Yost (Everyday Star #108).
A color copy of the mural is included along with a list of artists and honorees
A thank you letter from John and Esther Hamer to President Jo Switzer is also in the file.
|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.
|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.
|Finnell, Loren: Autobiography||MC2011/200 |
Recipient of the Sargent Shriver Award by the National Peace Corps Association, and an honorary doctorate from Manchester College, Loren Finnell is a member of the Manchester College Class of 1964.
He composed a draft of a autobiography entitled, "Still a County Boy.....After having been around the world a couple of times, The memoirs of Loren Finnell." In this manuscript Loren relates his experience at Manchester College, including a clandestine trip to Washington, D.C. for a "Ban the Bomb" demonstration.
|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. |
|Forensics: State-Interstate Oratorical Contest Manuscript||MC2011/204 |
Drafts and final drafts of manuscripts tor the State-Interstate Oratorical Contest - various years.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|Schutz, J. Raymond||MC2011/227, Folders 1 - 16 ||J. Raymond Schutz - a man of many capabilities. He was a professor at Manchester College, husband, father and farmer, public speaker, pastor and minister of the First Brethren Church in North Manchester, Indiana, candidate for Congress in 1932 (Indiana) and a contendor in the 1936 race for Governor. The researcher can get a feel for Pre WWII Indiana and Indiana during war. Letters to soldiers are included as well as the names of men from North Manchester who were killed in the war. Topics include: Prohibition, economic recovery from the Great Depression, and the impact of Hitler 's Germany on Europe. Schutz was a contemporary with Andrew Cordier who participated in some of Schutz's political involvements. |
|Schutz, J. Raymond||MC2011/227, Folders 17 - 22 ||This vast collection is divided between several pages designated as MC2011/227 [plus Folder Numbers]. Raymond Schutz was a professor at Manchester College. He was also farmer, public speaker, pastor, candidate for Congress (Indiana,1932) and a contendor in the 1936 race for Governor. Schutz was an outstanding official in the local, state and International Kiwanis Club and became President, and then Chairman, of the Standard Life Insurance Company of Indiana. One can get a feel for Pre WWII Indiana and Indiana involved in war. Letters to soldiers are included along with names of men from North Manchester who were killed. Prohibition, economic recovery from the Great Depression, and the impact of Hitler 's Germany on Europe, were somemajor issues of Schutz's day. Schutz was a contemporary of Andrew Cordier who participated in some of Schutz's political involvements. |
|Schutz, J. Raymond||MC2011/227, Folders 23 - 44 ||This vast collection is divided between several pages designated as MC2011/227 [plus Folder Numbers]. Raymond Schutz was a professor at Manchester College. He was also farmer, public speaker, pastor, candidate for Congress (Indiana,1932) and a contendor in the 1936 race for Governor. Schutz was an outstanding official in the local, state and International Kiwanis Club and became President, and then Chairman, of the Standard Life Insurance Company of Indiana. One can get a feel for Pre WWII Indiana and Indiana involved in war. Letters to soldiers are included along with names of men from North Manchester who were killed. Prohibition, economic recovery from the Great Depression, and the impact of Hitler 's Germany on Europe, were somemajor issues of Schutz's day. Schutz was a contemporary of Andrew Cordier who participated in some of Schutz's political involvements. |
|Schutz, J. Raymond||MC2011/227, Folders 45 - 83 ||This vast collection is divided between several pages designated as MC2011/227 [plus Folder Numbers]. Raymond Schutz was a professor at Manchester College. He was also farmer, public speaker, pastor, candidate for Congress (Indiana,1932) and a contendor in the 1936 race for Governor. Schutz was an outstanding official in the local, state and International Kiwanis Club and became President, and then Chairman, of the Standard Life Insurance Company of Indiana. One can get a feel for Pre WWII Indiana and Indiana involved in war. Letters to soldiers are included along with names of men from North Manchester who were killed. Prohibition, economic recovery from the Great Depression, and the impact of Hitler 's Germany on Europe, were somemajor issues of Schutz's day. Schutz was a contemporary of Andrew Cordier who participated in some of Schutz's political involvements. |
|Schutz, J. Raymond||MC2011/227, Folders 84 - 120, and remaining items |
This vast collection is divided between several pages designated as MC2011/227 [plus Folder Numbers]. Raymond Schutz was a professor at Manchester College. He was also farmer, public speaker, pastor, candidate for Congress (Indiana,1932) and a contendor in the 1936 race for Governor. Schutz was an outstanding official in the local, state and International Kiwanis Club and became President, and then Chairman, of the Standard Life Insurance Company of Indiana. One can get a feel for Pre WWII Indiana and Indiana involved in war. Letters to soldiers are included along with names of men from North Manchester who were killed. Prohibition, economic recovery from the Great Depression, and the impact of Hitler 's Germany on Europe, were somemajor issues of Schutz's day. Schutz was a contemporary of Andrew Cordier who participated in some of Schutz's political involvements.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|Stebing, Glen: Class of 1943 Photograph Collection||MC2011/60 ||A collection of photographs circa 1943 featuring Manchester College Alumnus, Glen Stebing's, classmates. |
|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.
|Baseball, Newspaper Articles||MC2012/15 ||Newspaper articles about Men's and Women's Baseball at Manchester College focusing on the years 2003 and 2004. An article on the page also includes Tennis, March 2004, with Coach Ryan Linstromberg and team members. |
|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. |
|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, 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, January 2001 - May 2002 - Part 1||MC2012/36g - Part 1 ||Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 2001 - September 2001. |
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, October 2001 - May 2002 - Part 2||MC2012/36g - Part 2 ||Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. October 2001 - May 2002. |
|Mount Morris: Historic Memorabilia and Records||MC2012/51 ||A varied and extensive collection that includes interesting materials from Mount Morris College. |
|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. |
|Manchester College: History, the Helman Collection||MC2012/7 |
Articles of historical interest and significance to Manchester College and to the Town of North Manchester.
|Independent Study Papers: Home Economics||MC2012/75a,b,c ||Independent Study Papers: Home Economics. |
|Independent Study Papers: Physics||MC2012/77a ||Independent Study Papers: Physics |
|Admissions: Materials 1989 - 2009||MC2012/85 - Contents Part Two |
A wide assortment of Admissions materials circa the 1980's through 2009/2010.
|Ningkun, Wu||Media Cabinet |
Video of Dr. Wu Ningkum 29 August 1990 from John F. Young.
VHS tape copied to DVD-R in 2010.
|Photographs: Oak Leaves and Aurora||MU2012/1 - Folder 2 ||Interesting photographs from various years that might have been used for a display. |
|President's Office: Presidential Correspondence A - M||MU2012/103 Box 1 ||Presidential Correspondence A - M. |
|Witches Glee Club: Photograph||MU2012/108 ||Young women dressed up as witches gathered round an improvised firepit with pot. |
|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 #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||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.
|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||MU2012/120 ||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, ||MU2012/124 |
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.
|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. |
|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: Negatives and Slides||MU2012/135 |
Negatives and slides taken by photographer, Churck Savage. These images came to the Archives during the offices moves in the Administration Building in the summer of 2012. A copy of the book, "Placing the Light on the Stand, Manchester College Enters the New Century," featuring the work of photographer, Chuck Savage.
|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. |
|Young, Andrew: Convocation Address, 2000||MU2012/28a,b ||Dr. Andrew Young gave the Convocation address at Commencement, 2000. |
|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. |
|West, Dan - Biographical Materials and Correspondence: John F. Young Collection||MU2012/34 ||Personal correspondence between John F. Young and Dan West, Lucy West and others involved in Heifer Project International. Articles and materials relating to Dan West and his family. A tribute presented by Dr. Young at the time of Dan West's memorial service. |
|Flory, Paul: Dr. Allan R. Shultz||MU2012/36 ||A scholarly paper and biographical material related to the career of Dr. Allan Shultz, Paul Flory's first graduate student. A copy Chapter 8, "PVT, Specific Heat, and Thermal Transitions," by Allan R. Shultz, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, from the publication, "Handbook of Polycarbonate Science and Technology, edited by Donald G. LeGrand and John T. Bendler. |
|Faculty Workshop: Recording of August 1995 Workshops||MU2012/37a,b,c,d |
Recordings of the Faculty Workshop held on August 24 and 25, 1995. Dr. Karl Smith speaks on "Cooperative Learning" and Jo Young Switzer makes a presentation.
|Faculty Workshop: Recording of August 1993 Workshop||MU2012/38a-h ||Recording of Faculty Workshop held on August 27 and 28 1993. |
|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.
|Public Relations: Photographs||MU2012/81 ||Photographs, negatives and contact sheets primarily from 2003. |
|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. |
|Alumni Days: 2003 Photographs||MU2012/97 ||Photographs from Alumni Days, May 2003 with identification of many classes and alumni. |
|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. |
|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.
|Marden, Parker: Autobiography||MU2013/43 ||"Biographical Sketch," by Parker G. Marden. |
|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. |
|Young Democrats Club||Oak Leaves ||Young Democrats Club, see: Oak Leaves, 12 November 1964 p.3. |
|Chapel Photograph, 1976 - 1977||Photo Box 75 ||Chapel: Photo of group in chapel lounge, 1976 - 1977. |
|Temperance||Publications ||See Temperance Bibliography. See also: Mountaineer & Our Young People Index; Aurora 1919 p.6-7, 47; Oak Leaves Summer 1919 p.2-3; 13 April 1926 p.2; Gospel Messenger 17 February 1945 p.3; 3 March 1945 p.2; 14 April 1945 p.7-8; 21 April 1945 p.5-6; 5 May 1945 p.9; 12 May 1945 p.12; 2 June 1945 p.9; 8 September 1945 p.22; 27 October 1945 p.3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9, 12, 13, 23-25; 9 March 1946 p.2; 11 May 1946 (entire issue); 7 September 1946 p.9; 14 September 1946 p.9; 19 October 1946 p.6-9; 3 May 1947 p.7-8; 24 May 1947 p.2; 31 May 1947 (entire issue); 21 June 1947 p.9-10; 16 August 1947 p.15; 6 September 1947 p.14-15; 13 September 1947 p.23; 29 November 1947 p.8-9; 13 December 1947 p.14-15 |
|Roosevelt, Eleanor: Visit to Manchester College, The Story ||Roosevelt, Eleanor: Story and Information |
Patricia Kennedy Helman's story about Eleanor Roosevelt’s visit to the President’s home. This was prior to the construction of Tall Oaks, and perhaps added to the urgency of constructing a presidential residence.
|President Collection||ROPresident2012/13 ||Collection from the Office of Jo Young Switzer, President of Manchester University. |
|President Collection||ROPresident2012/14 ||Collection from the Office of Jo Young Switzer, President of Manchester University. |
|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.
|Board of Trustees: List Last Edited 2005||Trustee List ||List of trustees and years of service. Last edited 2005. |
|Vice President: Box 3||Vice Presideint's Box: #3 ||Materials from the Office of the Vice President of Manchester College. |