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Bee Ottinger collection of Lesbian House photographic negatives

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Identifier: C-71
Scope and Contents The photographs in this collection of the women and their daily activities at the Lesbian House in Los Angeles were taken in 1972-1973 by Ottinger for her thesis project at the California Institute of the Arts. Includes negatives for photographs taken using 35, 46, and 60 mm film.

Also included in the collection is an interview with Ottinger from 2010.

Erik Borg photographs

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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.

Leicester Hemingway collection of Ernest Hemingway and Hemingway Family archives

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Identifier: C-50
Scope and Contents The Hemingway Family Archive joins Hemingway archives in more than 75 private and institutional collections, the most distinguished of which include those at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum, in Boston, and the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin. Compiled by writer Leicester Hemingway (1915-1982), the younger brother of Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), in the process of researching and writing his biography, ...

Middlebury College collection of miscellaneous photographs

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Identifier: C-158
Scope and Contents Approximately 45 black and white photographs (mostly cabinet cards) of various individuals taken during the late 19th century through the early 20th century. Most photographs are studio portraits of unidentified subjects and are undated. A number of the studio portraits were taken in studios in New England, primarily in Maine and Massachusetts. Individuals identified in the photographs include Alice Ethel Loynes of Springfield, Massachusetts. The photograph of Loynes appears to be...

Peter Kohn photographs

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Identifier: C-146
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.

Scott Family collection

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Identifier: C-153
Scope and Contents Collection contains materials primarily related to the family of Marjorie Holbrook Scott and includes family photo albums, scrapbooks containing clippings from magazines and newspapers, photographs, photographic negatives, correspondence, Marjorie Holbrook Scott's school work, and other family documents. Most of the older photographs in the collection are portraits of family members, while the photographic negatives (dating from the early mid 1900s) appear to depict boating and family trips,...

Ulli Steltzer photographs

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Identifier: C-141
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.

Vermont Collection photos

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Identifier: C-136
Scope and Contents Collection contains photographs and postcards depicting various scenes in Vermont during the 19th and 20th centuries. Most photographs are black and white, and are stored in plastic sleeves. Collection also includes oversize photographs, panoramic photographs, stereoptican views, and glass negatives. Photos are a variety of sizes and formats, and some are mounted on cardboard backings. Most depict natural scenery and town life around Vermont, and, notably, the Middlebury fire of 1891 and the...