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Accession #MU2014/49
TopicAdvancement Centennial Event - Step Up To The Future Campaign: Slides and Scans
TitleStep Up To The Future Centennial Campaign
SubtitleAdvancement
LocationSlides in Large Box identified as containing MU2014/49. The box is located in the IS within Unit #7. Scanned images are on Archives network [W:] in folder titled [Slide Scans].
CitationStep Up To The Future Centennial Campaign, MU2014/49, 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.
ProvenanceCollection of the Archives
Scope and Content

MU2014/49 - Sheet 1 - Centennial Event - Probably the Step Up To The Future  Reception, October 1987:

1.  Jane Mann.

2.  President Robinson.

5.  Centennial Event, Step Up to The Future.

6.  Bonnie Robinson, the wife of President Robinson.

7.  Bonnie Robinson.

8.  Hilliard Gates, John F. Young and Gilbert Weldy.  John F. Young (MC ClASS OF 1942) is the father of President Jo Young Switzer.

9.  Probably an image of student assistants at the reception.

11.Centennial Event, "Step Up To The Future,"

16. Jim Garber (tall man on viewer's left), Sallie Allen and husband, Max Allen (couple on viewer's right).  The couple in the center is Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Burke.  This is Burke's second wife. Max and Sallie Allen and Eldon Burke were instructors at Manchester College.

17. Jim Garber, the Burke's and Sallie and Max Allen.

21. President emeritus Helman and President Robinson.

22. President emeritus Helman and President Robinson.


MU2014/49 - Sheet 2 - Centennial Event - Probably the Step Up To The Future  Reception, October 1987:

31. President emeritus Helman.

30. Al Hollenberg Al and Donna Hollenberg.

28. President emeritus Helman and President Robinson.

21. Pat Helman and President Robinson.

19. John A. Young John A, Evan Young.

16. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future, Oct. 1987.

15. Joy Groninger Joy and Cathleen Arnoldy.

15. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future, Oct. 1987.

14. Joy Groninger Joyand Cathleen Arnoldy.

8.   Jim Garber.

6.   Pat Helman Pat.

5.   President emeritus A. Blair Helman.


MU2014/49 - Sheet 3 - Centennial Event - Probably the Step Up To The Future  Reception, October 1987:

13. Jeanette Lahman.

14. Millie Arnett.

15. Centennial Event, "Step Up To The Future."

20. Food is served.

20. Will Nolen.

30. President Robinson.

31. Wilbur Heisey.

32. Lola Sanger.

33. Gene Fahs and Joan Fahs (wife) with Carol Hart.

35. Richard Bigler.

36. Ron McAdams.

36. John F. Young.

MU2014/49 - Sheet 4 - Centennial Event - Probably the Step Up To The Future  Reception, October 1987:

1.   Katharine Waggener and Doug Blackw...

7.   John F. Young.

9.   Mr. and Mrs. Gene Valentine.

12. David Bibbee and Bill Eberly.

12. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future.

12. President Robinson.

16. John Knarr and Doris Cheney with Jim Cheney.

17. Steve Heckman.

18. President Helman.

19. Joanne Valentine and Gene Valentine.

20. Ella Mae Weaver.


MU2014/49 - Sheet 5 - Centennial Event - Probably the Step Up To The Future  Reception, October 1987:

7.   Pat Helman.

9.   President Bill Robinson.

11. Hilliard Gates.

20. Perhaps student set-up crew.

21. Joyce Nolen.

23. Hilliard Gates.

24. Harpist.

25. Hilliard Gates.

25. Harpist.

27. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future.

27. President Bill Robinson.

28. President Bill Robinson.

MU2014/49 - Sheet 6- Centennial Event - Probably the Step Up To The Future  Reception, October 1987:

2.  Ron Arnett.

2.  Mann.

7.  Jim Garber and Tom Weybright.

10. Probably student assistants.

11. Joanne Valentine.

12. Robin Lahman.

18. Robin Lahman.

19. Bob Beery.

22. Probably student assistants.

29. Probably student assistants.

33. Ron Arnett.

37. Probably student assistants.

MU2014/49 - Sheet 7 - Centennial Event - Probably the Step Up To The Future  Reception, October 1987:

2.  Dennis Beckner and John Leininger with Katharine Waggener.

3.  Dennis Beckner, John Leininger and Katharine Waggener.

6.  Carl Cawood.

10. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future.

13. Joy Groninger.

MU2014/49 - Sheet 8 - Centennial Event - Probably the Step Up To The Future  Reception, October 1987:

34. Probably the A Cappella Choir at the "Step Up To The Future" campaign event.

13. President Robinson.

15. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future.

17. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future.

18. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future.

21. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future.

26. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future.

30. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future.

30. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future.

30. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future.

32. Centennial Event, Step Up To The Future.

33. Probably the A Cappella Choir at the "Step Up To The Future" campaign event.

33. Probably the A Cappella Choir at the "Step Up To The Future" campaign event (another view).

34. Speakers (Arnett, Helman, Gates at podium, and John F. Young. 

39. President Robinson.





Date of Accession28 March 2014
Bio History Note

Slides were not organized well.  There were groups of slides in plastic containers focusing on festivities for the Centennial Celebration.

It appears like a “Step Up to the Future Centennial Campaign” was launched in October of 1987, at least batches of slides were dated as such.  By comparing persons with backgrounds, containers of food, and the backdrop for the Centennial Campaign itself, it seems as if slides from various rolls of slide film all go together, although order is questionable.  It looks like there was a presentation on stage that included a reception for attendees.   Appearing is president emeritus, A. Blair Helman (eg. slides 5,  21, 22), as well as the then president, Robinson eg. slide 21, 22), and individuals like Jim Garber (slide 8).  Joy Groninger, MC graphic designer, is found in blue on photographs 14 and 15. Patricia Helman (slide 6).

Dr. John F. Young is the father of President Jo Young Switzer.  Hereceived a Bachelor of Science degree from Manchester College in1942. From 1942 - 1946 he went into military service as a Naval Aviator.The following year he was granted the Master of Arts degree from NorthwesternUniversity and earned his doctorate degree from Purdue University.  Dr.Young worked as Associate Superintendent of the Fort Wayne CommunitySchools, and served on the Manchester College Board of Trustees, leading thatgroup as Chairman.













Archivist NoteDescription prepared 28 March 2014 by Jeanine M. Wine.
 


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