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Accession #MC2011/127
TopicEtched Glass Panes: Student Names
KeywordsAlumni, Students, Clubs, Groups, Organizations,
TitleStudents' Names in Etched Glass Panes
LocationRA (Rare Articles) Shelf
CitationStudents' Names in Etched Glass Panes, MC2011/127, Archives and Church of the Brethren Collection, Funderburg Library, Manchester University, North Manchester, Indiana.
AccessResearchers are responsible for determining copyright status of archived materials where this is relevant to their intended use of the materials.
ProvenanceUnknown, probably from the old Museum, basement of the Communications Building
Scope and Content

These appear to be small hand-etched panes of glass.  It seems as if each participant wrote his/her name individually, perhaps as part of a College function or reunion.  Maybe even a Church of the Brethren group activity?  Names and inscribed information include the following, along with information included on some notes attached to the panes:

Manchester College 1966

Sharon Kerr, 1965

EEI, MC, 1947

Pat, Jane (Hi)?

Wayne Zook and Shirley, 2-6-46

Eloise Whitehead (Eberly), 1944

Hi there - Janie Musser, in the year 1945, Feb. 5

Dewan Killinger, M.C., Dec. 13, 1927

Cartoon drawing of a skiier, CK_ _W

Naomi Wnger, Feb. 29 ? 1932 ? 1932 is a leap year, Wht di of the week was Feb 29, 1932?

Unintelligible

R. Smith Hawkins, Feb. 1960

Joe Warner, Feb. 14, 1963 (along with a heart)

Bill + Dan, COEDS (along with a baseball)

Nancy Snavely

Norma Funderburg (along with hearts)

Rulina Geeding

Carol Myers, 1956, Ohio / Rex Miller, Casablanca (heart with arrow)

Mrilyn Everts, January 15, 1945

Robert Sible, Peggy Cole

Ruth Deardorff

 

 

 

 

Date of Accession29 March 2011
Bio History Note

There are score marks in the glass that indicate these panes were never properly finished.  The pieces of glass look a little gooey and could use a cleaning, although the Archvist is at a loss as to how to clean these pieces without damaging them. The Archivist is not an Objects Conservator.

Perhaps these panes of glass were meant to be incorporated into a larger project.

Archivist NoteDescription prepared 29 March 2011 by Jeanine M. Wine.
 


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