Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
This scrapbook contains memorabilia from Cusson's years at Middlebury College, including programs from plays, sporting events (primarily baseball), and commencement ceremonies, dance cards, letters, newspaper clippings, drawings, and a journal. Though belonging to Cussons, the embossed name on the scrapbook reads "Press Club, 1930-31." This has been blacked out.
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.
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.
This episode of Leaning Into Discomfort is hosted by Jourden Delerme-Brown, Class of 2021, and features Chellsa Ferdinand, Class of 2020 and Sebastian Sanchez, Class of 2018. Ferdinand, Sanchez, and Delerme-Brown discuss how their high school experiences prepared them for Middlebury, the experience of attending a predominantly white institution and playing on teams with white athletes, and maintaining their cultural and ethnic identities at Middlebury.
This episode of Leaning Into Discomfort is hosted by Jourden Delerme-Brown, Class of 2021, and features Chellsa Ferdinand, Class of 2020 and Sebastian Sanchez, Class of 2018. Ferdinand, Sanchez, and Delerme-Brown discuss tokenism, feeling responsible for bringing diversity to predominantly white spaces, and tools for being successful at Middlebury.
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.
1 interview with Thor Baltzer Gustafson, Middlebury College Class of 1939. During the interview, Gustafson discusses his high school years; the Chi Psi fraternity; baseball; his role as student president of the sophomore class; social issues; war; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; politics; student social life at Middlebury; life after Middlebury; academics; family life; and class reunions.
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.