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Dike Blair papers

Identifier: C-40
Scope and Contents The collection is divided into two series: Bookshop and publishing, and authors. The first series contains four folders pertaining to general bookshop/publishing business or to Dike Blair. Materials in this series include mailing pieces, ads, and reviews, newspaper clippings, promotional materials, and one folder of Shard Villa photographs (Salisbury, VT), given to Dike Blair. The second series primarily pertains to the various authors whose books were sold by The Vermont Book Shop and were...
Dates: 1929-2001; Majority of material found within 1951-1983

Director of Athletics

 Record Group
Identifier: A28

Doctor of Modern Languages (DML) theses

 Record Group
Identifier: S13
Scope and Contents

The College Archives holds hard copies of DML theses from 1931 to 2017. Individual catalog records exist for some theses written before 2010. use the call number "s13" in the Library catalog to find Language School DML records. Researchers can access theses by visiting Special Collections. None of the DML theses are available online. Providing access copies requires permission from the authors.

Dates: Existence: 1927

Donald E. Axinn collection

Identifier: C-41
Scope and Contents

Collection contains galleys and drafts of Axinn's book, Ego Makers, poetry submissions, business materials, poetry publications that include Axinn's poems, poetry drafts and edits, and materials related to Axinn's novels.

Dates: 1970-2000

Edward Everett Hale collection

Identifier: C-8
Abstract Letters to William Howell Reed from Edward Everett Hale, author, publisher, pastor and social advocate. Both men worked at the South Congregational Church, in Boston, and much of the correspondence revolves around the day-to-day activities of running the church. Hale’s social views, his literary projects and travel impressions can be gleaned from the almost 40 years worth of correspondence. The collection primarily consists of Hale’s letters to Reed, but also includes correspondence...
Dates: 1866 - 1902

Elizabeth "Bette" Grace Royce '46 travel albums

Identifier: C-162
Scope and Contents Photographic albums compiled by Elizabeth "Bette" Grace Royce, Class of 1946, between 1972 and 2003. The albums primarily document trips taken by Royce to locations including San Antonio, Spain, China, Greece, Madrid, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Russia, Copper Canyon, Queen Charlotte Islands, Alaska, Chile, Argentina, Costa Rica, Panama, England, Oaxaca, Malta, Yucatan, the Alamo, Africa, Cancun, and the Galapagos Islands. Non-travel albums include graduation weekend 1946, Colorado awards...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1972-2003

Ephraim L. Hackett letters

Identifier: C-99
Abstract Born in Maine in 1837, Ephraim L. Hackett was living in Baraboo, Wisconsin, in August 1861, when he enlisted as a Sergeant in the 1st Independent Battery, Wisconsin Light Artillery. Small in number and mobile, the Battery recruited barely over 100 men before being sent into the field in Kentucky that fall, and they fought up and down the Mississippi Valley until the end of the war. The letters provide accounts of major engagements at the Cumberland Gap, the Siege of Vicksburg and the...
Dates: 1858 - 1874

Erastus Phelps Civil War collection

Identifier: C-98
Scope and Contents Collection contains 334 holograph letters, and 4 diaries (3 war date). Also included is a bound volume containing handwritten notes from Phelps' time at Albany Law School. Collection also contains a photographic class album from the Middlebury College class of 1861. Album includes salted paper prints of members of the class and faculty, with each image signed by the subject. Some later images are pasted on facing the original images. Collection also includes (stored separately) Phelps'...
Dates: 1856-1910

Erik Borg photographs

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.

Dates: 1972-1996

Faculty committees

 Record Group
Identifier: F2

Faculty meeting minutes

 Record Group
Identifier: F1
Scope and Contents

Contains both Faculty Meeting Minutes and Faculty Council Minutes.

Dates: 1818

Faculty organizations/groups

 Record Group
Identifier: F10

Faculty records

 Record Group
Identifier: F

Farr and Rowe Civil War archive

Identifier: C-108
Scope and Contents This collection includes 2 boxes containing 42 holograph letters, 30 photographs and photographic items, sent between members of the Rowe family. The majority of the letters were written to John Rowe of Jersey City, New Jersey, by family serving in the Union Army. These letters were sent from battle locations throughout the deep south and Missouri, describing in clear detail, camp life, troop movements, scouting expeditions, battle details and personal observations of other soldiers,...
Dates: 1786-1872; Majority of material found within 1861-1865

Forbes bee-keeping diaries

Identifier: C-62
Scope and Contents

Collection contains 44 diaries kept by Rollin Forbes (1851?-1931) and his son Benjamin Forbes (1888-1974), and concise documents about daily activities on their farm, with special attention given to beekeeping. Diaries are handwritten. In addition to notes of daily activities on the Forbes farm, there are brief accounts of weather activity, farm chores, bee care, harvests, and care of cattle, also documented.

Dates: 1891-1948

Frederick Franklyn Van de Water papers

Identifier: C-1
Scope and Contents

Box 1: Typescript drafts of “Catch a Falling Star” and “Lake Champlain and Lake George;” Box 2: Typescript drafts of “Reluctant Rebel,” and “Reluctant Republic.”

Drafts include handwritten notes/edits.

Dates: 1941-1949

Freeman Family archives

Identifier: C-79
Abstract 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...
Dates: 1870 - 2000

Gary Margolis manuscripts

Identifier: C-191
Scope and Contents

Includes poem manuscripts for "The Day We Still Stand Here" (1983) and "Falling Awake" (1986), along with proofs, editing notes, and correspondance.

Dates: 1974 - 1988

General Clinton Dugald MacDougall papers

Identifier: C-106
Scope and Contents Collection contains holograph letters written to, and by MacDougall. Letters are primarily personal in nature (collection contains many letters written by MacDougall to his wife, Eva Sabine MacDougall, as well as from miscellaneous friends, family members, and associates). Collection also contains miscellaneous documents produced by and related to MacDougall, including a handwritten address (perhaps by MacDougall) intended for an audience of some kind, photographs of MacDougall, as well as...
Dates: 1864-1913

Geonomics/Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs

 Record Group
Identifier: A21
Dates: Existence: 1989-

George Oppen letters

Identifier: C-39
Scope and Contents This collection consists of 32 letters written by George Oppen to various recipients (including Cid Corman and Paul Auster) between 1960 and 1980. No return correspondence is included. The collection includes both typescript and holograph letters, most of which discuss literary matters, with some mentions of Oppen's personal life and his experiences running To Publishers in France. One letter to Paul Auster was dictated by Oppen to his wife near the end of his life and discusses the effect...
Dates: 1960-1980

George P. Tyler letters

Identifier: C-75
Abstract 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...
Dates: 1861 - 1875

Gladys Jane Swift collection

Identifier: C-109
Abstract 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,...
Dates: 1937 - 1991; Majority of material found within 1937 - 1946

Greek societies

 Record Group
Identifier: S3
Dates: Existence: 1843-1990

Gudrun Brug papers

Identifier: C-28
Scope and Contents According to Healy's account of her correspondence with Gudrun Brug, the letters "are a record of a friendship between two writers." The letters, written by Brug and received by Healy, involve Brug's loves, single motherhood, religion, modernism, Brug's and Healy's novels, and Brug's attempt to have a memorial built on the site of the Synogogueplatz in her hometown of Forchheim. Healy also notes that in a sense, each of the women wrote their novels in these letters, as they would share...
Dates: 1986-1998

Hadley-Starr Family papers

Identifier: C-35
Scope and Contents Six archival boxes of materials pertaining to the Hadleys, Starrs, Merrills and all the families that married into theirs, and into whose families they married. These include Allens, Goves, Cottons, Dibbles, Rowans, Robbins’, Finches, Williams’, Warners, Wells’, Partridges and others. Many hundreds of letters from family members from several generations, genealogies, research into earliest known ancestors and their war records, emigration from country of origin; identification of colleges...
Dates: 1805-1966

Hair Jewelry collection

Identifier: C-138
Dates: Majority of material found within 1840 - 1900

Harry and Ella Fife world trip collection

Identifier: C-94
Scope and Contents Collection contains over 40 holograph letters, over 100 photographs and postcards, and many pieces of memorabilia, such as menus, booklets about ships, pamphlets and programs documenting the culture of the countries visited on the Fife's 1934 trip around the world. The letters in the collection are written by the Fifes to their ten year-old daughter Nona, in Middlebury, Vermont. The Fifes traveled first class on the presidential series of Dollar Line ships, and began their journey in New...
Dates: 1934

Hathaway Family collection

Identifier: C-193
Scope and Contents The collection includes correspondence, photographs, a scrapbook, and genealogical documents for the Hathaway and Tupper families. The correspondence is primarily by: Lewis Jackson Hathaway, Professor of Music at Middlebury College, 1916-1941; Grace Tupper Hathaway, before and after her marriage to Lewis J. Hathaway; and Susan Lyman Hathaway, only daughter of Lewis and Grace and Middlebury College Class of 1937. The bulk of the photographs document the childhood, college years and early...
Dates: 1908-1988

Helen Abel Buffum letters

Identifier: C-58
Scope and Contents The collection consists of two series: Helen Abel Buffum letters, and Clara M. Buffum manuscripts. Helen's letters comprise 20 folders and are primarily from her second husband, Harlan C. Brown, between 1935-1937. Collection includes both holograph and typescript letters. The second series contains handwritten schoolwork, poetry, and stories written by Clara May Buffum. While the work in these four folders is undated, Clara May Buffum...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1935-1937