Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Alexander Hamilton Fulton family papers
Eight archival boxes of materials belonging to and assembled by Alexander Hamilton Fulton, a trustee of Middlebury College. Boxes #1 through #4 are devoted to Fulton’s Tait and Thomson ancestors; Boxes #5 through #7 contain materials and documents pertinent to Alexander Hamilton Fulton personally, his education, his travels, his tenure as college Trustee, the farm in Essex, NY on Lake Champlain, as well as material on his Fulton ancestry.
Armstrong, Carol, April 13, 2015
Armstrong, James I. (President), November 4, 1974
Bowker, John G. (faculty), October 15, 1975
Brackett, Mary Williams (Class of 1936, trustee), January 30, 1975
Brooker, Walter (Class of 1937, administrator), June 11, 1975
Brooker, Walter (Class of 1937, administrator), May 8, 1987
1 interview with Walter E. Brooker.Brooker discusses President Stratton; fundraising; living with his family in Vermont; the annual fund; salaries; Dartmouth; President Armstrong; shy personality of Stratton; trustees; ROTC; financial aid office; alumni events; what he likes about his job; advances in technology; and marketing.
Clifford, Nicholas (faculty, trustee), June 21, 1993
Cole, Elbert (Class of 1915, trustee), June 3, 1975
1 interview with Elbert Charles Cole (Class of 1915) by David Stameshkin. Cole discusses athletics; dances; sororities; social life; Pearsons Hall; McCullough gym; baseball field; new chapel; President Moody; old campus; student jobs; undergroud railroad at Brainerd's house; Redfield Proctor; trustees; Mrs. Moody; Alexander Twilight; World War II; alumni events; E. Pruda Wiley; commencement; and Dwanye Robinson.
Flickinger, Jackie (administrator), February 22, 1989
Freeman, Stephen (President, faculty), August 12, 1987
Hadley, Egbert Charles (Class of 1910, trustee), 1974
1 90 minute interview with Egbert Charles Hadley by David Stameshkin. Interview references Marjorie (Finch) Hadley, and Deborah Clifford. Hadley discusses managing the baseball team; dorm life; compulsory chapel; senior theatre; Middlebury as the "poor man's college"; Harvard; prohibition; drinking around campus; Brainerd; Kellogg; how Middlebury has changed; commencement speakers; Armstrong; comparing presidents; facilities; McCullough gym; athletics; and working on the Kaleidoscope.
Hadley-Starr Family papers
Harnest, Grant Hopkins (faculty), March 18, 1986
Kasper, Joseph (Class of 1920, trustee), August 6, 1974
1 interview with Joseph Kasper. Kasper discusses faculty-student relations; Storrs Lee; student council; Mr. Hepburn; how he wanted to leave college to work; how he came back to Middlebury; Professor Stevens; Jewish discrimination; religious diversity; socio-economic breakdown; President Moody; Elbert Cole; Trustees; growth of the student body; town gown relations; World War I; hazing; pranking; his college roommate; Harvard; and President Stratton.
Munford, Howard (Class of 1934, faculty), February 5, 1975
1 interview with Howard Munford, Class of 1934, conducted by David Stameshkin. Munford discusses President Stratton; tenure; serving as assistant professor; expansion of the college; student faculty ratio; trustees; Armstrong; Storrs Lee; President Moody; Eleanor Ross; faculty council; quality of students; gender balance; English department; his retirement; Armstrong's resignation; and being department chair.
Munford, Howard (Class of 1934, faculty), March 18, 1986
Munford, Howard (Class of 1934, faculty) and Marion (Class of 1932), February 6, 1975
Neuberger, Fred (Class of 1950, administrator), February 3, 1975
Peterson, Bruce (Class of 1956, faculty), July 9, 1986
1 interview with Bruce B. Peterson, Class of 1956, conducted by David Stameshkin in the Library basement. Peterson discusses his role as faculty chairman; trustees; the Arts Center; the student center; new departmental programs; salary; tenure; raising tuition; curriculum; science departments; winter term; fluctuation in enrollment in various departments; faculty relations; growth of student body; and student-faculty interactions.