Middlebury College -- Presidents
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Andrews, David H. (faculty), August 24, 1995
Armstrong, Carol, April 13, 2015
Armstrong, James I. (President), November 4, 1974
"Gamaliel Painter's Cane", 1946-12-02
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.
Harnest, Grant Hopkins (faculty), March 18, 1986
John McCardell inauguration video, 1992-09-20
The volume of materials collected for each President varies widely from earliest appointees to current. The holdings for each presdient are primarily correspondence, published essays, sermons, and speeches, and since the 1970s-1980s includes reports generated by the Office of the President. For presidents prior to 1908, additional information may be located in associated record groups, including Board of Trustee records and correspondence, and early subscription/development records.
Polly Upson Kahler collection of Parker Family letters
Collection contains five holograph letters addressed to William H. Parker and/or his wife Catherine Denton Parker between 1838 and 1862.
Pruda Wiley, piano, 1946-09-21
LP record entitled "Pruda Wiley - Piano Middlebury College Songs." The other side of the album contains John Martin Thomas singing "Gamaliel Painter's Cane."
Robison, Olin (President, faculty), July 9, 1986
Robison, Olin (President, faculty), October 27, 1995
Samuel Stratton talk, 1946-09-21
78 LP record entitled "Samuel Stratton talk." Some of the copies include songs on piano by Pruda Wiley, Class of 1912, on the opposite side. LPs containing Stratton's talk and Wiley on piano were pressed in support of the Middlebury Memorial Fund in 1946 by William Hazlett Upson.