Vermont -- Social life and custom -- 20th century
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Class of 1915 Clotilda Hayes scrapbook, 1911-1915
A scrapbook marked with the college logo and seal, compiled by Clotilda Hayes, class of 1915. It contains ephemera and realia ranging from menus, sports and theater programs, room decorations, letters, Christmas cards, chemistry class notes, dance cards, Halloween decorations, and some small photographs.
Class of 1918 Ruth Hesselgrave scrapbook, 1914-1918
Class of 1919 Helen Sophia Stilphen scrapbook, 1915-1919
Class of 1922 Earle E. Haskins scrapbook, 1918-1922
Class of 1924 Helen S. Roscoe scrapbook, 1920-1924
Class of 1928 Grant G. Lavery scrapbook, 1924-1928
Class of 1928 Napoleon J. Blanchette scrapbook, 1924 - 1928
This scrabook, compiled by Middlebury College student Napoleon Blanchette from 1924 to 1928, contains paraphernalia from the Chi Psi fraternity house, football and sports memorabilia, campus photographs, as well as autograph sections, dance cards, letters, and other ephemera. Notably, it also includes a photograph of Middlebury students dressed as members of the Ku Klux Klan, with another student in blackface and posing as a slave.
Class of 1940 Donald Taylor Spore scrapbook, 1936-1940
This scrapbook contains an extensive collection of photographs depicting sports, buildings, fraternities, the Middlebury College campus, student life, and traditions and customs such as the Freshmen Parade.
Class of 1942 Marcia Sanders scrapbook, 1938-1942
Class of 1945 Mary Elizabeth Wisotzkey scrapbook
Class of 1955 Nancy Walker scrapbook, 1950-1951
Class of 1955 Nancy Walker scrapbook, 1951-1952
Class of 1955 Nancy Walker scrapbook, 1952-1953
Class of 1955 Nancy Walker scrapbook, 1953
Class of 1955 Nancy Walker scrapbook, 1954-1955
Coolidge family letters
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.