Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
This scrapbook contains an extensive collection of skiing-related materials, all dated 1935, including Winter Carnival programs and tickets, newspaper clippings, and materials pertaining to the Middlebury Mountain Club and the Intercollegiate Outing Club Association.
Includes Alpha Chi Delta; graduation picnic; campus buildings; graduation procession; picnics; Winter Carnival; Chipman Hill Ski Jump; Sugaring Off Party; Mountain Club; Snow sculptures; Cane Ceremony; Women's College graduation ceremony, Forest Hall; daisy chain; tree planting; Alumni barbeque.
Scrapbook created by Susan Daniell, Class of 1958. The scrapbook contains materials pertaining to big little sister, freshman week, freshman convocation 1954, party invitations, the Wig and Pen program, class schedules, report cards, exam schedules, mountain club, memorial ice rink dedication, Winter Carnival, fraternities, Sigma Kappa, sororities, Hell Week, football tickets, and a debate tournament.
1 interview with Almy Coggeshall, Middlebury College Class of 1940, by Joice Pangalila at Coggeshall's 55th reunion. Coggeshall discussed why he chose Middlebury College; fraternities; social activities; Mountain Club; camping trips; Middlebury Campus; Hepburn dormitory; chemistry; reunion; male and female relations on campus; restrictions on women; Dean of Women, Eleanor Ross; Sudetenland crisis; his writing tutor; and his life's work.
1 interview with Ruth Mercer (Brown) Ells-Crane, Middlebury College Class of 1934. During the interview, Ells-Crane discusses the Mountain Club; why she came to Middlebury; President Moody; life at Middlebury for women; environmental issues; war; Depression; sororities and fraternities; academics; life after Middlebury; motion pictures in the 1930s; travel and Alaska; family; and the future of Middlebury College.
1 interview with Louise Gove Hawkins, Middlebury College Class of 1940, with Joice Pangalila at Hawkins' 55th reuintion. Hawkins discusses how she found out about Middlebury; what she liked about Middlebury; starting her family; Mountain club; compulsory chapel; biology department; President Moody; town-gown relations; Battell Cottage; student activities; and World War II.