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Accession #MC2011/221
TopicManchester College: Eberly, WIlliam Collection: Manchester College,
TitleBill Eberly Collection: Manchester College
LocationLocation indicated below description of each object.
CitationBill Eberly Collection: Manchester College, MC2011/221, 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.
ProvenanceElois Eberly upon the death of Professor Emeritus William Eberly
Scope and Content
MC2011/221a,b2 photographs:      
 MC graduating Class circa 1916 with Dan West in back row. 
Location:Large Box 185 (both need unrolling).    
MC2011/221cResearch done on the North Ward School.    
 The Congdon Music Readers, Number One, The Primer 
 belonging to Florence Freed 
 Photographs from student reunion. 
 Thomas Marshall School. 
 Manchester College Training School history. 
Location:College History Section (IS)     
MC2011/221dBrethren Colleges Junior Year Abroad - early plans and proposals.  
Location:Brethren College Abroad, Large Box 25    
MC2011/221eBCA - Brethren Colleges Abroad - 1962-1963 materials.   
 Earl Garver correspondence. 
 Lists of MC Faculty and Staff for various years 1954 -1955 an 1963. 
 Correspondence between brethren colleges. 
Location:Brethren College Abroad, Large Box 25    
MC2001/221fPresident Winger memorial building fund drive campaign brochure.  
Location:Winger file, MC General File: Faculty/Staff, Winger.   
MC2001/221g"1948 Memories From Manchester."  This is a short biographpy of  
 the family of Betty Trent Rose and Farris Rose, Manchester College 
 alumni.   Printed scans of photographs during their time at MC 
 are included. 
Location:Alumni Large Box 187: Rose, Betty Trent    
MC2011/221hTwo brochures on Otho Winger, LL.D. probably advertising   
 Winger's services as a preacher, educator, lecturer, travelor, author. 
Location:Winger file, MC General File: Faculty/Staff, Winger.   
MC2011/221iBook with note, "SAVE, Book in library of CPS Camp #6 at Labro, Indiana, 
 owned by H. L.  Hartsough." 
 "The Seven Churches of Asia: Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamos, Thyatira,  
 Sardis, Philadelphia, Laodicea, Notes of Travel in Asia Minor," by D. L. Miller 
 and published by the Brethren Publishing House, 1900. 
Location:Large Box 119      
MC2011/221j"Songs of Sparta,"  an anthology of poems written by students, alumni, and 
 staff members of Manchester College.  The preface is written by Virginia Priest  
 and Charles Daniel Klingler and is dated 25 May 1948. 
Location:Bill Eberly Collection: Large Box 185    
MC2011/221k"Pentecostal Hymns Three and Four," with an inscription , "Volunteer  
 Mission Band, Manchester College (Return to Bible Room)." 
Location:Rare Articles Shelves, IS: Box RA#1     
MC2011/221L"Dare We Feed the Hungry?" Proceedings of a symposium on  
 environmental ethics held at Manchester College, 13 February 1975.environmental ethics held at Manchester College, 13 February 1975. 
 Addresses by Shantilal Bhagat, Joseph Sittler, Robert Stevens.Addresses by Shantilal Bhagat, Joseph Sittler, Robert Stevens. 
 Edited by Robert Dell. 
Location:Bill Eberly Collection, Large Box #185    
MC2011/221m"Science and Mathematics Notes from Manchester College Bulletins."  
 "Science and Mathematics Notes from Oak Leaves 1913 - Present." 
 Two notebooks compiled by Dr. Eberly, probably in preparation for his 
 book, "The Story of the Natural Sciences at Manchester College." 
Location:Bill Eberly Collection, Large Box #185    
MC2011/221n"Beginnings and Traditions, Manchester College."   
 First of a three-part series of special publications by Office of Development 
Location:MC General File: Traditions     
MC2011/221oSongs of Manchester College, Bill Eberly Collection   
 Photocopy of "Manchester College," by Gladys Dickey Thompson. 
 "By the Kenapocomoco," by Frances Smith Thomas, MC Class of 1939.
 Book, "Songs of Manchester College and other," that had belonged to 
 Hilda Ruth Hippensteele. 
Location:Wampler/Music Filing Cabinet (IIS): Music Drawer, in order of accession order 
MC2011/221pPinsMaid of Honor 1957 from the 100 Year Anniversary of Manchestser College.
 Homecoming 11 October 1952, Manchester College. 
 Manchester College ID badge. 
Location:Bill Eberly Collection, Large Box #185    
MC2011/221qManchester College Handbook 1944-1945 belonging to Bill Eberly.  
Location:Bill Eberly Collection, Large Box #185.    
MC2011/221rProhibition:      
  "Reason, An Advocat of Politico-Moral Reform," 1889.  
MC2011/221sThe Church of the Brethren as studied by the Church of the Brethren  
 Commission at Manchester College 1946-1947. 
 Introduction by Kenneth Wampler:  "....and a keen interest in the future of
 the Church of the Brethren an dits potentialities a few students at 
 Manchester College formulated some plans from which this booklet has
 grown..." 
Location:MC General File: Church of the Brethren.    
MC2011/221tManchester College Diploma belonging to Bill Eberly's Father, John Eberly, Class of 1929.
Location:Flat File Drawer 4      
MC2011/223Gene Oppenheim, Ben Oppenheim, Isaac Oppenheim and Phil Oppenheim all had
 unique interests in automobiles. 
Location:MC General File: Oppenheim.     
MC2011/221uA printed scanned image of an early Biology lab at Manchester College.  Two 
 different reproductions of an original image, circa 1900. 
Location: Photograph File Folder Area in Order of Accession Number  

 

Date of Accession02 November 2011
Archivist Note

MC2011/221 Bill Eberly collection donated by Eloise Eberly

along with materials about the West Manchester

Church of the Brethren BC2011/24 and with the addition of MC2011/223.

 

Some assorted materials were received ino the Archives but were not accessioned.  They were either 
added to existing groupings or were recycled.  These objects include but are not limited to:
Aurora yearbooks, 1914. 1916 and 1917 .
LPs featuring A Cappella Choir, Madrigal Singers and the Symphony Orchestra.
Calendar:Centennial 1889-1989
"Centennial Program of the Mexico Church of the Brethren."
Commencement Week at Manchester College 1914.
Image of what Archivist believes to be Roann Church of the Brethren.

Description prepared 2 November 2011 by Jeanine M. Wine.

 

 

 

 


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