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Bruce D. Winstein collection on Michelangelo Antonioni

Identifier: C-110

Spanning 49 years in the 20th century, the Antonioni Collection traces the professional career of the Italian film director Michelangelo Antonioni. Screenplays, still photographs from movies, and publications illuminate his work as a director, screenwriter and editor.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1950 - 1999

Buildings and grounds

 Record Group
Identifier: A12
Dates: Majority of material found within 1875-

Burt A. Hazeltine collection

Identifier: C-155
Scope and Contents

The Burt A. Hazeltine collection contains diaries, manuscripts, correspondence and photographs.

Dates: 1891- 1974

C-135 Alexander Hamilton Fulton game collection

Identifier: C-135
Scope and Contents Collection contains over 130 toys and games, primarily from the 20th century, which document the leisure pursuits of families during that time. The collection includes handheld dexterity and coordination games, board games, dice and card games, and tabletop games. The games are made primarily of metal, wood, paper, plastic, and glass. Many games are by R Journet.Note that some games contain mercury and are to be handled with caution.Full inventory is available in...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1915-1965

Historic scientific instruments collection

Identifier: C-199
Scope and Contents

Collection includes files associated with Middlebury's scientific instruments as well as the instruments themselves. The instruments were those used in the fields of astronomy; electricity and magnetism; motors; balances; mechanics; optics; pneumatics; electrochemistry; and electrostatics. The collection also includes instruments that were collected and used by Middlebury College Professor Frederick Hall.

Dates: 1810 - 1989

Carol Berge collection of Zebras manuscripts

Identifier: C-24
Scope and Contents

Collection contains typescript draft versions of Berge's 1991 book, Zebras, or, Contour Lines. Also includes proof copies. Some pages have holograph comments and corrections, others are photocopies of typescript draft pages.

Note that items in collection are undated, but Zebras was published in 1991.

Dates: circa 1991

Carrie E. and Carrie J. Aiken letters

Identifier: C-123
Scope and Contents Collection contains mostly handwritten letters and some typescript letters addressed to Carrie Evelyn Aiken and Carrie Joie Aiken from various senders, between 1884 and 1903. Most letters have accompanying envelopes. Many of the letters are personal in nature and they detail the senders' daily activities. Collection contains one folder of handwritten letters to miscellaneous recipients from 1885 to 1938. Collection also contains various miscellaneous items including an 1899 map...
Dates: 1884-1938

Carrigan Family letters

Identifier: C-159
Scope and Contents Collection contains holograph letters written by members of the Carrigan family, primarily to Bridget (Carmody) Carrigan (1847-1935) of Pittsford, Vermont. The letters are mostly written by Carrigan's children, including Gertrude S. Carrigan (1875-1963), siblings, and grandchildren, and discuss family news. Some of the letters discuss medical issues experienced by various family members. The collection also includes letters written to Bridget's husband, Frank B. Carrigan (1842-1919), and...
Dates: 1891-1926

Center for Educational Technology

 Record Group
Identifier: A25

Cephas Rockwood letters

Identifier: C-95
Scope and Contents The Rockwood letters paint a picture of the life of Cephas Rockwood, an up-and-coming lawyer from Chester, Vermont. The letters are mostly between Cephas and Louisa Foote of Canton, New York, regarding their courtship and future life together. These letters are quite intimate and also demonstrate the inherent difficulty in holding a long distance relationship during the 19th century. Furthermore, the letters document Cephas's rise to legal prominence, both in Vermont and later in Wisconsin...
Dates: 1810-1841

Charles Langdon Williams correspondence

Identifier: C-57
Scope and Contents These letters, though primarily from Charles Langdon Williams to family while he was traveling to southern climes for his health in 1859-60, also cover earlier and later years in the family. Genealogy seems to have been of continuing interest, as is shown in correspondence to Charles Kilborn Williams the elder and the younger. The fact that two brothers (Charles Langdon and Chauncey Kilborn) married two sisters (Louisa and Alexina Bedell) goes some way to explaining Charles’ obviously...
Dates: 1817-1904

Charles Malam papers

Identifier: C-12
Scope and Contents

This collection includes manuscripts as well as poetry workbooks.

Dates: 1922 - 1981

Chelsea House Folklore Center collection

Identifier: C-163
Scope and Contents

The collection includes nearly 2500 recordings of performances from the Center. Performers represented include folk and traditional musicians from New England as well as other parts of the United States, Canada, Ireland, Scotland, and England. Additional materials include newsletters from folklore organizations, programs, calendars and posters for East Coast folk festivals and coffeehouses

Dates: 1974-1981

Chester M. Way papers

Identifier: C-18
Scope and Contents

Collection contains the writing of Chester Way in typescript and holograph form, including creative works (including fiction, plays, songs, and poetry) childhood writings, correspondence, economic and political writings, class notes, and diaries.

Note that most materials are undated.

Dates: 1910-1973

Cid Corman papers

Identifier: C-27
Abstract The Cid Corman Papers consist of correspondence to the poet/publisher from friends and family, exclusively from the year 1963. The collection also has the manuscripts for the unpublished Year One, a book of excerpts from Corman’s 1963 letters. The materials represent “a year in the life” of Cid Corman while in Japan, a year in which, Corman observes, “time becomes confused, seasons bury themselves in one another, children adults and the dead merge. The past becomes a future in terms of a...
Dates: 1963

Civil War miscellaneous manuscripts collection

Identifier: C-92
Abstract A collection of letters encompassing some of the foremost years of the Civil War. Letters come from both Union and Confederate soldiers and are mostly to or from family members or friends. These letters are generally soldiers writing home with reports of recent events or others writing letters of support to their husbands, brothers, and friends at war. Throughout are mentions of famous battles such as Vicksburg, Chattanooga, and Atlanta. The letters also discuss some of the famous...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1861-1867

Class activities

 Record Group
Identifier: S5
Dates: Majority of material found within 1803-

Collection of Kodak No. 1 Morocco photographs

Identifier: C-171
Scope and Contents From the dealer's description:A collection of 27 albumen images, 26 of which are Kodak "No. 1s" measuring approximately 3-1/2 inches in diameter on large, thick cards with edges gilted, and Kodak backmarks; a single image is approximately 3 1/2 inches square with rounded corners. Modest fading, the film seems to have been slightly misaligned in the camera resulting in a few images showing a slight margin on the lefthand side. Each image is captioned on the...
Dates: May, 1891

Collection of postcards and paper ephemera

Identifier: C-132
Scope and Contents

Collection contains historic postcards and paper ephemera.

Dates: circa 1900-1970

Commons system

 Record Group
Identifier: A23
Dates: Existence: 1992-

Community responses to anti-Black racism and police violence

Identifier: C-183
Scope and Contents

Collection contains social media posts, website crawls, and other born-digital materials produced by the Middlebury College community and collected by Special Collections beginning in May, 2020, following the murder of George Floyd by police. The collection includes responses and statements by academic departments, student clubs and organizations, athletic teams, and more.

Dates: May, 2020-

Conferences, Lectures, Symposia

 Record Group
Identifier: A20
Scope and Contents

These materials date from 1900 onward, and include pamphlets, posters, programs, correspondence and printed lectures.

Dates: Event: Majority of material found within 1900

Coolidge family letters

Identifier: C-67

Letters of three generations of the Coolidge family, poor folks with little education and less fluency with pen and ink. Business and legal documents and letters present a picture of marginal success as well as perennial failure. The earliest letters portray family life, cares and problems, including hazards of travel and weather in rural New England in the 19th century.

Dates: 1887 - 1927

Corinne Davids collection of J.J. Lankes woodcuts and letters

Identifier: C-54
Scope and Contents Collection primarily contains correspondence and prints. Correspondence includes letter written by either J.J. or J.B. Lankes, usually to Corrine Davids. Collection also contains woodcut bookplates, Christmas cards, and mementos printed by Lankes. Note that some items in this series are also signed by Lankes. This series also contains cutouts from magazines and newspapers pertaining to Lankes, multiple various obituaries for J.J. Lankes, miscellaneous notes and letters by Lankes, and...
Dates: 1940-1982

Crown Point Road Association papers

Identifier: C-118
Scope and Contents

Collection is a part of the Vermont Collection at Middlebury College, and contains materials pertaining to the history of the Crown Point Road. Collection contains the papers of key Crown Point Road Association historians, Flora Weeks, Barbara Jones, Al Ransom, and Sanborn Partridge, including correspondence, maps, planning documents and materials pertaining to the upkeep and maintenance of the road.

Dates: 1748-2009

David Bain Bread Loaf Writers' Conference collection

Identifier: C-189
Scope and Contents This is a collection donated by David Haward Bain on September 29, 2020 from his personal collection from his home in Orwell, Vermont. The collection is made up of 5 series: Annual records, Research material, Photographs, Realia, and Media. These series contain annual content and research materials generated by Bain for his 1993 book Whose Woods These Are: A History of the Breadloaf Writers' Conference, 1926-1992, as well as materials produced in preparation for an unfinished documentary...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1926-2019

Dean of Environmental Affairs

 Record Group
Identifier: A29
Dates: Existence: 2006-

Dean of the Library

 Record Group
Identifier: A11
Scope and Contents

The records for the Dean of the Library include the administrative records and correspondence of the head of the library system since 1900. In addition, correspondence and other records concerning the libraries and collections are also included.

The Dean of the Library went by the title College Librarian until 2001 and by Dean of LIS until 2014.

Dates: Existence: 1800-