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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.
Scope and Contents Collection contains 53 folders, dated from 1894 though 1897, the years of Benjamin Haydon’s education at Middlebury College. Included in the collection are 28 textbooks*, also from Haydon’s years at Middlebury. The collection represents the materials generated in classwork, books used in Middlebury College classes, notes taken for classes by Benjamin Leslie Haydon, who was graduated in 1897. His classes at Middlebury prepared him for the career that he followed as a teacher and principal in...
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.
Overview The bulk of the collection consists of letters written to Gladys Jane Swift by men in the armed services during World War II in response to her correspondence with them during her years as a student at Middlebury College. Family correspondence consists largely of letters to her parents from childhood at summer camp, through her college years, and on her European trip in 1953. Memorabilia of Middlebury College years and of her European trip in 1953, includes scripts for elocution, plays,...
Scope and Contents The collection contains approximately 28,000 color photos taken by and related to Peter Kohn during his time as lacrosse manager at Middlebury. Photographs are primarily of lacrosse events and players, but also includes photos taken at events, parties, ceremonies, and other sporting events.
Overview Letters from Leigh Updike, Middlebury College Class of 1956, to her boyfriend, Richard Jewett ’55, while he attended graduate school at MIT. From 1955 to 1956, through almost daily correspondence that reads like a diary, Ms. Updike describes the details of her life as a councilor at a summer camp for disabled children and as a college senior during the 1950s. Updike was involved in the Student Educational Policy Committee during a period of curricular change and the formative years of the...
Scope and Contents Collection contains over 250 black and white photographs (and proof sheets) taken by Ulli Steltzer of Middlebury College student life from 1958-1961, including campus buildings and the Snow Bowl, formal dance photographs, portraits, graduation photos, sports/athletics photos, classroom photos, and more. Collection also contains photographic negatives on 35mm film.