|Topic||Accession #||Description Summary|
|Academic Affairs: GRE Records||MC2002/4 ||Academic Affairs Records. GRE records - RESTRICTED ACCESS. |
|Admissions: Freshman Profiles 1966 - 1984||MC2007/204 ||Freshman Class Profiles and Characteristics of Freshmen: Varying Years 1966 - 1984. |
|Admissions: Postcard||MC2003/82 ||Admissions postcard. |
|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
|Aurora, Photographs of Students and Organizations, 1991||MC2004/425 |
Pictures include group of students in Wampler Auditorium, "Victory Rally" poster, men playing saxophone and guitar, Rob Dickason, Jeremy Groh, Manchester Activities Council, student orientation leaders, NASA (No Longer Accepting Substance Abuse), Student Education Association, Accounting Club, Cordier Club, Math Club, Business Club, Social Service Club, Psych Society, Pre-Law Club, Society of Physics Students, American Chemical Society, female students, male and female students, serenade, Lara Jeanne Tokarski, Kenapocomoco Coalition Meeting, Elizabeth Young singing into microphone and man a woman running sound equipment, Robert Novak.
|Aurora: Photographs, 1948||MC2009/62a,b ||Aurora 1948 snapshots from pgs. 159 and 163. |
|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.|
|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. |
|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: 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.
|Camp Mack: Oak Leaves or Aurora Photographs||MU2012/47 |
Camp Mack pictures including games, food, singing and bikes.
|Camp Mack: Photographs||MC2010/37 |
Photographs: Canoe, lake and water pictures. One old photo possibly circa the 1920's?
|Campus Lawn, Student Couple, Studying in Saddle Shoes: Photograph||See Photo Box B: Saddle Shoes, Campus Lawn. ||Male/Female student studying on campus lawn. The girl is wearing bobby socks and saddle shoes. |
|Campus Sun Dial with Students, Photograph||See Photo Box B: Saddle Shoes ||Male/Female students walking in front of sun dial. The girl is wearing bobby socks and saddle shoes. |
|Chemistry Lab and Science: Photographs||MC2010/156 ||An assortment of chemistry lab shots (circa 1931) and beyond) with other assorted chemistry related photographs, including the Chemistry Symposium, 1975 with Ed Miller and Mr. and Mrs. David Grandstaff and the American Chemical Society group shot (pg. 42,1992 Aurora). |
|Christmas Trees||MC2008/168 ||Photos of various Christmas trees on campus during various years. |
|Church of the Brethren: Brethren Action Movement||BC2008/3 ||Conception, newsletters, tracts, letter, writings by Dale Aukerman and others. |
|Class Photograph,1922||MC2010/59 ||Commencement Photograph 1922. |
|Classrooms: Photographs||MC2003/45 ||Classrooms Photograph Collection--Oversized - circa 1902 and forward. |
|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 #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 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.
|Cunningham, Joseph: Papers||MC2002/83 |
The file contains biographical information about Manchester College alumnus, Joseph Cunningham.
See also: Joseph Cunningham Photograph Collection, MC2004/725
|Diversity Photograph Collection||MC2004/130 Diversity Photograph Collection |
Diversity Photograph Collection.
|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."
|Dress Code||MC2009/60 |
Also see Women's Residence Organization (WRO).
|Drugs, Sex and Alcohol||MC2010/142a,b |
Manchester College position statements and policies on drugs and alcohol. Drug, Sex and Alcohol Survey (undated).
|Ephrata Cloister Period Doll||BC2007/10 ||Female doll dressed in the garb of the Ephrata Community 1732. |
|Ettinger, Mary: Photograph Collection.||MC2003/356 |
Collection includes information about eight female Manchester College students who lived at 703 College Avenue beginning in 1946. The women are: Neva Miller '50 Mason, Mary Nihart '50x Wetzel, Nola McCauley '50 Plaugher, Maxine Hileman '50 Garber, Mary Nichols '49 Ettinger, Ella Gottshalk '50 Byrer (deceased), Lenora Mishler '50 Stark, and Kay Moran '59 Farrar.
|Female Graduates and Marriages 1924 - 1930||MC2008/103 |
Handwritten list of female graduates (1924 - 1930) and who they married.
|Female Student Sawing Wood: Photograph||MC2010/111 |
Female student sawing wood, circa the 1950's (?)
|Female Students Costume Switch: Photograph||MU2012/109 ||A group of female students stand in a line and arrange their hats and coats to trick the viewer into seeing something that is unusual. |
|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."
|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.
|Gender Studies: Poem, Gender Roles||MC General File: Gender Issues |
Poem regarding male/female gender roles written by a student, 1978.
|Halladay, Paul: Photograph||MC2009/159 ||Photo of male choral group with a young Paul Halladay, possibly circa 1924. |
|Henney, Jane||Alumni Box 187: Henney, Jane |
Material related to Jane Henney, Manchester College alumna and first female FDA Chief.
See Also: MC2011/106 The Harry H. Henney '35 and Jeanette Henney Lectureship for Business, Education and Science.
|Housing: Female Leave from Campus||MC2003/120 ||Permission slips allowing female students to leave campus. |
|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. |
|Independent Study Papers: Psychology||MC20212/79a-m ||Independent Study Papers: Psychology. |
|King, Florence||MC2004/207 |
Florence King was the first female patent attorney in the United States. She graduated from Mount Morris College in 1891.
|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.
|Laundry 1976 - 1977: Photograph||MC2010/164 ||One photograph of female student doing laundry in residence hall. |
|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.
|Little Siblings Weekend: Photographs, Oak Leaves or Aurora Offices||MU2012/55 ||Photograph - possibly from Little Siblings Weekend. |
|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 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: 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). |
|Manual Training: Photograph, early||MC2007/147 a & b ||Manual Training: Early photo of male and female students making furniture. |
|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: Photograph of Float, circa 1924||MC2010/14 |
May Day Float with child and lovely woman, carried by costumed male attendants, circa 1924.
|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: 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: 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.
|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.
|Music: Photographs from the Oak Leaves or Aurora Offices||MU2012/52 |
- Male student playing french horn.
- Band playing in the PERC gymnasium
|Music: Posters||MC2009/122a-x ||Posters: An assortment of posters reflecting musical productions and performances. |
|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.
|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. |
|Neff, Ida Fields: Memorabilia||MC2003/353 |
Ida Fields Neff Memorabilia Collection:
- Birth announcement for Mary Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Luke Hoff.
- Manchester College Athletic Association membership card for 1919-1920 school year.
- Invitation from Platform Reading Class to faculty and students of the Expression Department of Manchester College to attend readings.
- Two calling cards--one from Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O. Mote and one from Olive Erickson.
- Wedding program for Trude Mishler and Floyd Irwin, 14 December 1919.
- Envelope addressed to Miss Ida E. Fields, from Pvt. F.E. Dewart, a soldier during World War I, 1919.
- Envelope with Christmas card addressed to Miss Ida E. Fields, from Pvt. F.E. Dewart of the U.S. Army. Sent during World War I.
- Christmas card from Wormhout, France, 18 December 1918. Signed "Fordie."
- Valentine's card from N.N.
- Reproductions of photos of J.E. and Nettie Miller.
- Poem called "Whispers of Cheer," written by Ida Fields during her senior year.
- Remnant from corsage.
- Photo from play, "Every Student," showing Lillian Moomaw and Myrna Flory Gemmeo (M.C.1911-12-13).
- Invitation for Junior-Senior Reception, 1920.
- Note of thanks from Mrs. and Mrs. B. F. Wampler.
- Letter from Sadie Stutsman (Wampler) to Ida Fields, 1918.
- Wedding invitation of Sadie Stutsman Wampler.
- Letter to Ida from a male friend who is entering military service, 1918. (perhaps F. E. Dewart, "Fordie?")
|Nurses Training at Manchester College: Photograph|| MC2010/105 |
A photograph depicting "nurses training" at Manchester College. A group of female students surround a "patient" in a bed. Circa early 1900's.
|Nursing Program: Photographs, circa 1982-1983||MC2009/184 ||Four photographs of a female student who appears to be in nursing training. |
|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. |
|Petersime Chapel: Postcard||MC2003/84 ||Petersime Chapel: Color postcard of Petersime Chapel with students. |
|Philalethean||Philalethean: Information ||Philalethean was a female literary society. See: 1921 Aurora, pg. 72. Motto: "Truth Conquers All Things." |
|Philomathean||MC General File: Philomathean ||Female society. Philomathea song and "Philo" banner in magazine reprint of photo entitled, "Snack Time" including Mary Elizabeth Long and dorm mates. |
|Philomathean: Banquet||MC2010/1 |
Philomathea and Philorhetoria, "Hearts on Parade Banquet," 1935 and Program Booklet, with autographs.
|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). |
|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
|Philorhetorian||Aurora, 1921, pg. 70 ||Male counterpart to Philomathean. See Aurora, 1921, pg. 70. |
|Photograph: Manchester College Class of 1922||MC2011/70 ||This 28 inch photograph is of the Manchester College Class of 1922. |
|Photographic Negatives circa 1958||MC2010/79a-i ||An assortment of negatives for black and white images shot circa 1958. |
|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 of Male Students circa 1935 - 1945||MC2009/153 ||Unidenitified male students, possibly Juniors, possibly from the Aurora. The photos might have been taken between 1935 and 1945? |
|Photographs: Alumni Days and Alumni Reunions ||MC2004/90 |
Photographs are from Homecoming and Alumni Days 1993. Many alumni are identified.
|Photographs: Faculty and Staff||MC2010/71 |
Slides of Faculty and Staff 1951 - 1963 and beyond into the President Robinson Era.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1997 - May 2000 - Part 1||MC2012/36 |
Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 1997 through December 1997.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 1998 - May 2000 - Part 2||MC2012/36b |
Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 1998 through December 1998.
|Photographs: Media and Public Relations, January 2001 - May 2002 - Part 1||MC2012/36g - Part 1 ||Photographs, contact sheets and negatives for the purposes of Media and Public Relations. January 2001 - September 2001. |
|Photographs: Oak Leaves and Aurora||MU2012/1 - Folder 2 ||Interesting photographs from various years that might have been used for a display. |
|Public Relations: Photographs||MU2012/88 ||An assortment of photographs from Public Relations including faculty and staff, students and guests on campus. |
|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, ||MU2012/134 ||Visual media from Public Relations that came from the Administration Building during the office moves of 2012. Images of individuals involved with BIology, Chemistry and the Natural Sciences. Pictures of the rolling and grading of area near PERC, the Phonathon, sneakers in a tree, residence life, student group portraits, theater, the renovation of the Union, student volunteer projects, and WBKE. |
|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.
|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.
|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.
|Rural Life Room: Photograph||MC2008/122 ||Students in Rural Life Room reading an edition of the "Oak Leaves" with the headline, "Handel's Messiah To Be Given Dec. 14." |
|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.
|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. |
|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. |
|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.
|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.
|Student Couple in Lounge, circa 1950s: Photograph||MC2008/110 ||Male and female student in lounge circa 1958/1959 with LIFE magazines on table. |
|Student Photographs: Yellow MC College Jacket, Winged Foot on Logo||MC2004/640 ||Student photographs: One photograph of a male student with a yellow Manchester College jacket with a winged foot on the logo. |
|Students Playing Early Videogames: Photograph||MC2010/130 ||One snapshot of two male students playing an "early" videogame. |
|Students, circa 1920 to Current: Photographs||MC2010/197a,b,c,d |
One humorous photo of a male student in a tuxedo jacket, looking at a periodical while sitting in front of a piano. The student is wearing sunglasses, a rain cap of some type and a t-shirt with a large logo.
One photo circa 1972 of Vicki Pell, LuAnn Weldy, Steve Bowne, and Jo Renbarger.
1940's or early 1950's photographs of students, unidentified. Two photographs are cut into a circle.
Circa 1920? "In front of Bumgardner (Bumgerdner), Georgia." Georgia is wearing high-topped laced boots.
|Students: Photographs, 1890 - 1900's||MC2003/35 |
Classrooms: Groups of Students/Classes Photograph Collection-Oversized. Pictures from 1890 through the 1900's.
|Swimming Students: Photograph||MC2011/118 |
Oversized black and white photograph of what appears to be a male student in swimming attire, perhaps at a pool.
|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
|Track and Field: Postcards||MC2003/80 ||Track Postcard Collection. |
|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. |
|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.
|Vietnam War Era: Photograph||MC2010/60 ||Photograph from the Vietnam War era showing two individuals looking at a copy of the Chicago Tribune. The headlines read, "ORDERS 20,000 GIs TO VIET," One individual in the photo is asian, the other is caucasian. |
|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.
|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. |
|Witches Glee Club: Photograph||MU2012/108 ||Young women dressed up as witches gathered round an improvised firepit with pot. |
|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).