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Middlebury College

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Albert Arnold photographs

 Collection
Identifier: C-142
Scope and Contents The Albert E. Arnold Jr. photograph collection documents Middlebury College activities, student life, faculty and staff, and the physical campus during Arnold's undergraduate years, 1927-1931. His images also appear in the 1932 Kaleidoscope, the college's yearbook. Photographs of note include those of fraternity events (including the Delta Tau initiation), photographs of students in blackface, as well as photos of male students in drag.

Erik Borg photographs

 Collection
Identifier: C-139
Scope and Contents Collection contains 21 boxes of black and white photographic negatives and 22 boxes of contact sheets. Borg's photographs are of Middlebury College and its students, professors, and campus buildings. Also depicted are campus events such as guest speakers (like the Dalai Lama), commencement, professors, the snowbowl, and many other aspects and events of student life. Borg's photographs were taken using Kodak 5063 TX, Kodak Safety 5063, and Kodak Tri-x Pan film.

Freeman Family archives

 Collection
Identifier: C-79
Overview Spanning 130 years in the history of four families, the Freeman Family Archives traces the ancestry, education and professional career of Dr. Stephen A. Freeman, culminating in his pivotal role at Middlebury College. Photographs, letters and documents illuminate Freeman’s ancestors as well as those of his wife, Ruth Hayden Freeman, and allow for a comparative study of four middle-class families (Freeman, Reed, Hayden, and Smith) from the late 19th to mid-20th centuries. The archive also holds ...

George P. Tyler letters

 Collection
Identifier: C-75
Overview George Palmer Tyler is referred to as: Rev. George P. Tyler, Rev. G.P. Tyler, George Tyler, Rev. Geo. P. Tyler, Rev. Mr. Tyler, and G.P. Tyler. For clarity, he will be referred to as G.P. Tyler in this finding aid. G.P. Tyler was born in Brattleboro, Vermont in 1809. The son of lawyer/playwright Royall Tyler who wrote the first performed American comedy, The Contrast (1787), as well as The Algerine Captive (1797) and Mary who also authored The Maternal Physician (1811). He was a native to ...

Helen Sophia Stilphen letters

 Collection
Identifier: C-68
Overview A collection of 52 letters written to Helen S. Stilphen during her undergraduate years at Middlebury College, 1915-1919. The letters come from her immediate family and friends from her hometown of Swanton, VT, from fellow students at Middlebury College, and boyfriends associated with both locales, most of whom served in the military during WWI, including Stilphen’s future husband, Homer W. Hungerford, of Swanton, Vermont. Contents of the letters provide insights on college and country social ...

Julian Willis Abernethy papers

 Collection
Identifier: C-17
Scope and Contents Materials in the collection include holograph and typescript manuscripts of creative and critical works, holograph notes, newspaper clippings, announcements, articles, tributes, reviews, and letters. Some materials are in bound volumes. Note that very few documents in the collection are dated. For detailed item listing, see "Other Finding Aids" note.

Movie Queen film and related materials

 Collection
Identifier: C-124
Scope and Contents Collection contains two DVD copies of the 1939 silent film, Movie Queen, one DVD copy of Middlebury Remembers (2001), and newspaper articles, cast lists, and promotional materials from showings of Movie Queen from 1939, 1989, and 1992.

Polly Upson Kahler collection of Parker Family letters

 Collection
Identifier: C-80
Scope and Contents Collection contains five holograph letters addressed to William H. Parker and/or his wife Catherine Denton Parker between 1838 and 1862.

Preston Family letters

 Collection
Identifier: C-96
Overview This collection of 220 letters comprises eight series of letters and correspondence of and among the extended family of John B. Preston (Middlebury College Class of 1827), of his brother Nathaniel O. Preston (Middlebury College Class of 1831), and of their sister Hannah Maria Preston (m. Johnson), including their mother, two siblings and each of their spouses. Most of the letters in this collection breach the quotidian subjects of personal and familial health, happenings in the village, as ...