Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
letters; football; alumni documents; academic wrtings; creative writings pieces.
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.
Photo album created by Howard Bancroft Huntress, Class of 1930. Subjects include the 1927 Middlebury flood, football, cross country and track, baseball, the freshman P rade, hockey, ski obstacle course, Winter Carnival, the hat scrap, campus images, class rope pull, McCullough gym, Painter grove, Starr, UVM, library construction, Warner Hall, a bonfire, chapel, and Otter Creek.
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.
Scrapbook created by Susan Daniell, Class of 1958. The scrapbook contains materials pertaining to big little sister, freshman week, freshman convocation 1954, party invitations, the Wig and Pen program, class schedules, report cards, exam schedules, mountain club, memorial ice rink dedication, Winter Carnival, fraternities, Sigma Kappa, sororities, Hell Week, football tickets, and a debate tournament.
One digital file containing video interview between student athletes Ellie Thompson (Class of 2022) and Jordan Delerme-Brown (Class of 2021). Thompson, a swimmer, and Delerme-Brown, a football player, discuss their experience as people of color on Middlebury's athletic teams.
In the ninth episode of Leaning into Discomfort, members of the Middlebury basketball and football teams discuss the decision to kneel or stand for the national anthem when played before games. This episode features head men's basketball coach Jeff Brown, head football coach Bob Ritter (Class of 1982), Adisa Majors (Class of 2018), Pete Huggins (Class of 2021) and Michael Carr (Class of 2020).
1 interview with Wendell F. Forbes, Middlebury College class of 1951. During the interview, Forbes discusses his graduating class, sports, professional and minor league baseball, his coaching career at Middlebury, football, hockey, golf, baseball, scholar-athletes, as well as the relationship between Middlebury College and the town of Middlebury, Vermont.
The collection contains approximately 28,000 color photos taken by and related to Peter Kohn during his time as lacrosse manager at Middlebury. Photographs are primarily of lacrosse events and players, but also includes photos taken at events, parties, ceremonies, and other sporting events.