College fraternity members
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Berry, Eleanor (Class of 1932), July 5, 1989
Class of 1928 Napoleon J. Blanchette scrapbook, 1924 - 1928
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.
Erbe Jr., Henry "Pete" (Class of 1959), June 5, 1994
1 interview with Henry "Pete" Erbe, Jr., Middlebury College Class of 1959. During the interview, Erbe discusses why he chose to go to Middlebury; academics; his role as class president for three years; Judicial Council; Chi Psi; his role as president of Chi Psi at Middlebury; views on the world then and now; military - ROTC; skiing; politics; and changes in student life.
Flickinger, Jackie (administrator), February 22, 1989
Gleason, Robert (Class of 1954, faculty), August 10, 1995
Hamlin, Talbot (Class of 1940), June 3, 1995
Munford, Howard (Class of 1934, faculty) and Marion (Class of 1932), February 6, 1975
Pool, Edwin L. (faculty), February 21, 1989
Presidential records, by subject, 1959-2018
Tall, Roth W. (Class of 1965), June 3, 1975
1 interview with Roth W. Tall, Jr. (Class of 1965). Interviewed by Deborah Clifford, Roth Tall discusses civil rights; possible violence on campus; MLK; Malcom X; Kennedy assassination; President Stratton; White christian fraternities exclusion of Blacks and Jews; sororities; volunteer work; athletics; South/north tension; Armstrong's crisis; activism; curfews for women; town gown relations
When Middlebury Killed the Frat, 2020
Academic Activities houses student work and materials that were the product of classes or other academic pursuits by students, other than undergraduate theses (see S10 Undergraduate Theses and Senior Work).
Most records are final papers, projects or publications, such as zines.