Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Autograph letter, signed, expressing author's regrets for not attending a social event (because she was snowbound). Sent from Crocker in Cambridge to Holborn in Boston.
The Miscellaneous Manuscript Collection at Middlebury College Library contains single, unbound manuscripts and small groups of manuscripts acquired for the Library's Special Collections. The material include chiefly individual and small groups of letters, as well as diaries and journals, records and account books, and sermons and speeches. Many items in this collection were primarily collected and/or purchased because they were thought to be relevant to curriculum.
Autograph letter, signed, from Muncy, Pennsylvania to Philadelphia. Author describes that she includes a 'slip of silk' and reports that a mutual friend has typhoid fever.
P.Fisk writes from Cairo.
No return address for P. Fisk.
No return address for P. Fisk. Includes excerpts from Levi Parson's letters.
This photo album, compiled by Frank Sciacca, Hamilton College, as director of Middlebury's school in Russia at the Pushkin Institute, depicts the student body, student life, and travel at the Middlebury College School in the Soviet Union.
Autograph letter, signed, written as a poem from Rachel Foster to her cousin Timothy Foster. Begins with the lines "I send a coat made neat and trim/It fits you nicely, Cousin Tim . . ."
This scrapbook comrpises memorabilia pertaining to reunion events for the class of 1945, primaily from the 50th class reunion in 1995. It was compiled by Mary Elizabeth Wisotzkey C. 1945. The scrapbook includes a directory, event programs, postcards, letters, and invitations. The scrapbook also includes the text of a presidential address by John M. McCardell, Jr. and a full coppy of Middlebury Magazine from Spring 1995.
This Scrapbook, titled Photographs, contains pictures and some letters/notes of various members of the 1911 class on the occasion of their 30th reunion.
This scrapbook, titled Letters, contains letters written by different members of the class of 1911 on the occasion of their 30th reunion.
Unbound reunion Scrapbook with questionnaires, photographs, newspaper clippings (marriage/engagement announcements, obituaries, other notable events), letters and postcards/holiday cards of alumni from the class of 1930. Appears to have been made for the occasion of the 50th reunion.
This unbound scrapbook contains a collection photographs, letters and questionnares of alumni from the women of the class of 1935, maintained through approximately 1980. It also contains a collection of songs by Dr. Walter E. Boehm.
No return address for P. Fisk.
S. A. Worcester to "To all whom it may concern" (Letter of introduction for Levi Parsons), Nov.1, 1817[9?]
Sent from Boston, Mass.
1 autograph letter, signed. Sent from St. Croix (Virgin Islands?) to author's wife in New Haven, Conn. Includes a poem describing his feelings for her (8 stanzas of rhyming couplets)
Autograph letter, signed. Written from Cincinnati, Ohio, to his mother in Kingston, Rhode Island. Describes in detail Hazard's trip through Pennsylvania and Ohio, his impressions of the countryside, its inhabitants, and industry.
Autograph letter, signed, written from Lynn, Mass., to his friend in Gorham, Maine. Describes the author's previous five months as a possible minister to the oommunity and his plan to accept the offer of the post. Discusses his anguish at having been spurned in love.