Found in 140 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains 30 glass negatives with print photographs. One negative is broken, one print with no negative. Subjects include Middlebury College buildings (Starr Library, Starr Hall, Painter Hall, Warner Science Hall, and Old Chapel), personal family photographs, and landscape photographs. Locations include: Chipman Hill, Belden Fall, and Otter Creek.
Folder containing photographs of black students at Middlebury College. The photographs primarily depict students outside on campus or inside college buildings.
Black and white panoramic photograph of the Bread Loaf campus and black and white panoramic photograph of the west side of the Middlebury College campus mounted on board.
Black and white photograph of the grounds at the Bread Loaf campus, with possibly the Bread Loaf Theatre in the background, taken by Clara G. Sipperell.
Photograph album containing photographs of Bread Loaf School of English activies featuring students and faculty. The majority of the images are color copies of originals which are most likely from the Middlebury College News Bureau collection.
1086 .tif files containing photographs taken by Brett Simison during the Dalai Lama's visit to Middlebury College, October 12-14, 2012. Also includes 1 .pdf file containing contact sheet created by Simison.
The Burt A. Hazeltine collection contains diaries, manuscripts, correspondence and photographs.
Contains candids. Photographs and cyanotypes, of alumni who graduated 1901, 1902 1903, and 1913. Subjects are identified by first name.
This scrapbook comprises a series of photographs of the Middlebury College campus, accompanied by handwritten quotes. It also includes several newspaper clippings.
This scrapbook contains photographs and ephemera from Bird's college years and prior, including dance cards, demerits, freshman banquet posters, memorabilia from the College's George Washington Birthday Banquet, and various student publications, including an 1880 issue of The Ram and a 1906 copy of Poo Bah.
This scrapbook contains labelled photographs of Middlebury College buildings and personnel, dated between 1909 and 1911. It also includes photographs of reunion events for the Class of 1911, up to the 45th reunion in 1956.
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.
This scrapbook contains assorted ephemera related to Sterns' life and education including dance cards, programs (plays, church services, athletic events), Dean's disciplinary messages, photographs, newspapers and newspaper clippings, and a Vermont certificate of Stern's military service (with medal) in World War I. Curiously, materials are housed in a National Memory and Fellowship book for the University of Vermont, not for Middlebury College.
The scrapbook contains programs for plays, athletic events, and concerts, newspapers and newspaper clippings, dance cards, song and chant lyrics, as well as photographs, dating between 1913 and 1917.
This scrapbook contains programs from plays and sporting events, photographs, newspaper clippings, and materials related to the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity, as well as a program from a 1915 screening of D.W. Griffith's "The Birth of a Nation" at Middlebury.
The scrapbook contains various collegiate ephemera including photographs, programs (plays, sporting events), letters, birthday, Valentine's, and Christmas cards, newspaper clippings, large posters relating to Freshman rules and traditions, and a certificate of admission to the "Sage Society."
This scrapbook, compiled by Brautigam, contains photographs of students and student life dating between 1917 and 1922. Most of the photographs concern the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
This scrapbook contains photographs--many in color--of Middlebury College students and Middlebury, VT landscapes between 1918 and 1919. A particular emphasis is placed upon members of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, of whom there is an extensive collection of small portrait photographs.
This unbound scrapbook contains 43 photographs in 9 plastic sleeves. Most of the photos are taken by Bliss. Subjects include 1919 P rade through town, Middlebury and Bread Loaf campuses, the 1931 fire at Bread Loaf, and towns of Middlebury and Hancock, VT.