Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
This scrapbook, created by Middlebury College student Helen B. Haase '29, contains the contact information of other Middlebury students, photographs, dance and party related materials, correspondence, invitations, programs, Greek activities, and other memorabilia.
Scrapbook created by Eleanor Parthenia Orde, Class of 1934. The scrabook contains Johnson Art Gallery news clippings, exhibit posters, materials pertaining to sculpture, a book of friends, a football schedule, an athletics record, a train ticket, party invitations, sports schedules, performance programs, a campus map, and a wig and pen. Also includes materials related to the Middlebury Dramatic Club, rushing, sororities, the Middlebury Inn, Chi Psi, the literati ball, and Sigma Kappa.
This folder contains loose pages from Richard Sabra's (Middlebury Class of 1939) scrapbook, , which in turn contain dance cards, invitations to dances and other events, newpaper cutouts--some related to the Middelbury College women's ski team, pamphlets of plays, and other memorabilia.
This scrapbook contains a collection of ephemera from Monk's first year at Middlebury College including newspaper clippings, Christmas cards, valentines, letters, Winter Carnival tickets and programs, dance cards, academic records, samples of party decorations, and a cigar. Items are accompanied by extensive handwritten commentary.
One printed invitation to an annual hop (dance), dated June 22, 1881. The hop was to be held at the Town Hall in Washington, PA. The invitation is addressed to William E.A. Hunter and Lady.
Photo scrapbook made by the Middlebury College Activities board, documenting their members and the events which they organized between the years of 1997 and 200. These events include concerts, plays, and dances.
One printed invitation to President William McKinley's Inaugural Ball, held March 4, 1897. The invitation is bound with a red ribbon, and contains portraits of McKinley and his Vice President, Garret A. Hobart, as well as a list of the names of individuals on the Inaugural Ball Executive Committee.
Includes 17 page manuscript account of the Napier Ball, likely a draft for a society page article. Famous attendees such as Jeff Davis and Sam Houston, are named in the manuscript, which also describes clothing, music, and activities at the ball in detail. Also included is a dance program card for the ball. Missing page 17 of 18 original pages.
Includes one handwritten letter written by T.S. Gentry in Lexington, KY to A.P. Hardin in Soulsbury, TN. The letter discusses balls and women's fashions and interests.
One holograph letter written by "Frank" at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD to Henry Rothermel in Philadelphia, PA. The letter describes life in Annapolis, and leisure activities such as balls and parties.