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Student clubs/organizations

 Record Group
Identifier: S2

Student government

 Record Group
Identifier: S4

Student publications

 Record Group
Identifier: S9
Scope and Contents

This collection represents publications produced by Middlebury College students through history, including The Undergraduate and The Campus newspapers, Kaleidoscope yearbooks, and miscellaneous publications, such as literary magazines organized chronologically.

Dates: 1830

Student social life

 Record Group
Identifier: S6
Scope and Contents

Student Social Life currently houses three series: student campus events, Winter Carnival, and College songs and song books. Student campus events contain records on important historical events, focused around protest and resistance. Records on Winter Carnival date back to 1934, and include correspondence and programs. Finally, College songs date back to 1860, and song books date back to 1902.

Dates: 1800

Summer programs

 Record Group
Identifier: F6

Susan Reed papers

 Collection
Identifier: C-104
Scope and Contents Collection includes approximately 135 items, including letters, postcards, documents, photographs, and photographic negatives, the bulk of which appear to date between 1944 and 1953, including several letters from Susan Reed to her husband James Karen and her mother Isadora Reed, while on the road. Also included are letters to Reed from Irwin Parnes (promoter), Sydney Locker (instrument dealer), Albert Gayzagian and others. Subjects include radio play, recordings, touring, and Reed and...
Dates: 1944-1953

Swift Family letters

 Collection
Identifier: C-59
Scope and Contents Collection contains holograph letters written to Fred Swift, primarily from his mother, Fannie, brother, Herbert, and sisters, Eva and Bella. Eva also includes notes from [her daughter?] Jessie, who appears to be quite young, and often writes to Fred of her cats. Note that a number of letters from Fannie include notes from Eva. The collection also includes miscellaneous correspondence, including one note from a cousin, Annie. Letters pertain to the domestic lives of the women and their...
Dates: 1884-1887

Tad Merrick photographs

 Collection
Identifier: C-140
Scope and Contents

Collection includes 12 binder-containing black/white, and color photographic negatives of photographs taken by Merrick at Middlebury College from 1983 to 2012, including one box of CDs containing photographs taken by Merrick from 2002 to 2010. Photographs were taken primarily on Kodak Safety Film.

Dates: 2002-2012

Thomas Hedley Reynolds papers

 Collection
Identifier: C-156

Tucker Family archive

 Collection
Identifier: C-113
Scope and Contents Collection contains approximately 116 holograph letters, mostly written from New Bedford and Providence, with a few from the Midwest, all from 1860 to 1862. Letters are composed in ink, most retaining their original envelopes. The letters provide insight into the dynamics of the family and their core beliefs of charity and goodwill towards others as they struggled with the damage which was wrought upon their homes, businesses, and community. The family also discusses at length their attempts...
Dates: 1860-1862

Tyler Family correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: C-43
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: 1819 - 1888

Ulli Steltzer photographs

 Collection
Identifier: C-141
Scope and Contents

Collection contains over 250 black and white photographs (and proof sheets) taken by Ulli Steltzer. Collection depicts 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.

Dates: 1958-1961

Undergraduate theses and senior work

 Record Group
Identifier: S10
Scope and Contents Special Collections holds department-submitted Honors Theses from the 1980s to 2019 in S10. Older Honors and non-Honors theses can also be found in Special Collections. Theses in Special Collections dating from 2019 onward have been collected by Special Collections staff.A full list of theses in Special Collections is available under "Other Finding Aids." Student-submitted theses and other research projects are available digitally, also listed in "Other...
Dates: 1800

Vermont Freedom to Marry records

 Collection
Identifier: C-144
Scope and Contents

This collection contains the paper and electronic records of Vermont Freedom to Marry (VFM), a non-profit volunteer organization that successfully led efforts to secure same-sex couples the freedom to marry in Vermont. materials include social media, promotional materials, correspondence, among others.

Dates: Existence: 1995-2015

Vermont photograph and postcard collection

 Collection
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, stored in plastic sleeves. Collection also includes oversize photographs, panoramic photographs, stereoptican views, and glass negatives. Photos are a variety of sizes and formats, while some are mounted on cardboard backings. Most depict natural scenery and town life around Vermont, notably, the Middlebury fire of 1891 and the Great...
Dates: 1883-1941

Viola Chittenden White collection

 Collection
Identifier: C-03
Scope and Contents The Collection encompasses the thoughts and feelings, work and friendships of Viola White in her voluminous journals. Her letters, both professional (related to publication of her literary oeuvre and to her work as Curator of the Abernethy Library) and personal, reveal her thoughts and desires regarding her work and family. Manuscripts of her essays, books, and poetry, some of a very personal nature, both published and unpublished are included in the manuscript files. A revealing picture of...
Dates: 1915-1974

Wales Hawkins collection of Robert Frost materials

 Collection
Identifier: C-36
Scope and Contents The Wales Hawkins Memorial Collection was so named by its donor, Corinne Tennyson Davids of Manchester, VT, to commemorate the friendship of Robert Frost and her fiancee Wales Monroe Hawkins, Frost's neighbor in South Shaftesbury. After Hawkins's death in 1928, the donor, then Corinne Tennyson, decided to build a permanent memorial to Hawkins in the form of a Robert Frost archive, the building of which would last for decades. With the encouragement of legendary professor of American...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1940-1960

Walter Cerf collection

 Collection
Identifier: C-128
Scope and Contents

Collection contains the personal and professional papers of Walter Cerf, including journals and notebooks, awards and diplomas, financial documents, correspondence, materials documenting philanthropic activities, philosophical writings and more.

Dates: circa 1930-1979

Walter Mears presidential election papers

 Collection
Identifier: C-16
Scope and Contents

Collection contains journalist Walter Mears' research and reporting on the 1980 (49th) presidential election, in which Ronald Reagan defeated Jimmy Carter. Contains press paraphernalia, material concerning The News Business, serials, newsletters, varous publications, reporter's notebooks, presidential campaign data, and miscellaneous telexes and loose papers concerning the presidential campaign.

Dates: 1979-1981

Werner Neuse archive

 Collection
Identifier: C-69
Scope and Contents Collection contains the written works (most of which are in German) of Middlebury College professor Werner Neuse, as well as various other personal materials including diplomas, clippings, a 1918 daybook, an embroidered birthday greeting, medical documents, correspondence, photographs, typescript drafts and bound books. There are a significant number of holograph manuscript drafts. Collection also includes transcriptions of Werner Neuse's father's diaries by Werner's daughter Helga,...
Dates: circa 1915-1987

Wilfred Edward Davison correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: C-7
Scope and Contents

This collection contains eight folders with correspondence between Wilfred Davison and different American writers and academics. There are 55 letters in total, dating from December 27th, 1920 to May 2nd, 1929.

Dates: 1920 - 1929

William Carlos Williams papers

 Collection
Identifier: C-2
Scope and Contents Collection contains holograph and typed materials relating to the composition of "In the Money: White Mule II," including chapter drafts, early notes, and rejected sheets. Also included are some correspondence, medical papers, notes, scraps of poetry, and clippings apparently unrelated to the novel. Also contains typescript drafts of the novel "In the Money: White Mule II" in various stages. Box 2 contains the first typescript (State A) of "In...
Dates: 1938-1940

William D. Crane diaries

 Collection
Identifier: C-52
Abstract This collection comprises three diaries written by William D. Crane documenting two separate trips to Europe. The first diary (June 24 – September 4, 1909) describes Crane’s travels with his family to France, England and Scotland while still a schoolboy. He includes Kodak photographs taken with his own camera, maps, ticket stubs, and other printed souvenirs. The two other diaries document Crane’s time serving in a World War I ambulance crew in France. The first of these journals spans May...
Dates: 1909 - 1916

William Edwin Rudge printing collection

 Collection
Identifier: C-160
Scope and Contents Collection contains Elm Tree Press correspondence, memoranda, notes, miscellaneous "New York" documents, as well as materials labeled by Rudge as "Archaeology," "bindery," "equipment," "linotype," "press," "supplies," and "type-specs, borders, orna." Also included is correspondence with A. Reynolds Morse. Albert Reynolds Morse (1914-2000) was a businessman and philanthropist, who, with...
Dates: 1942-1954

William Meredith collection

 Collection
Identifier: C-6
Scope and Contents This collection contains 11 boxes (621 folders, 423 letters) ranging in dates from 1943–1969. Manuscripts in this collection include drafts of poems for inclusion in Meredith’s works: Love Letter from an Impossible Land, The Open Sea, The Wreck of the Thresher and Alcools. Moreover, this collection includes notes and drafts of an introduction for Meredith’s compilation of poems by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822). This collection comprises many of the correspondence between Meredith and his...
Dates: 1943 - 1969

William Wells Eaton notebooks

 Collection
Identifier: C-63
Scope and Contents

Collection contains one notebook containing holograph lectures given by William Wells Eaton for his class, The Political and Legal Antiquities of Athens, one holograph diary kept by William Wells Eaton from 1873-1886, and a notebook containing holograph notes from Professor Edwards Amasa Park's lectures at Andover from 1870-1871.

Dates: 1870-1886

Workroom accessions cabinet

 Collection
Identifier: ASN

Wyman Parker collection on Leonard Baskin

 Collection
Identifier: C-134
Scope and Contents Compiled by Wyman Parker, this collection contains announcements, greeting cards, and bookplates printed by Leonard Baskin and Gehanna Press. The collection also contains stamps featuring a portrait of Thoreau by Baskin. Also included are photographs of Baskin, his wife, and daughter, and Baskin and Nathan C. Starr, taken at Wesleyan University in 1974. Correspondence between Baskin and Parker is also present in the collection, as are a number of materials collected by Parker relating to...
Dates: 1955 - 1991