Found in 105 Collections and/or Records:
Archived website entitled "Race and Education at Middlebury College" created by students in Professor Holly Allen's January 2012 American Web Museum course.
Individual webpages include "Philomathesian Society Debates Racial Issues," "Martin Freeman and Liberia," "Middlebury Fraternities and Racial Exclusion," "Black Student Union," "Middlebury's Curriculum: A Call for Diversity," and "Middlebury Athletes of Color."
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.
Student activities; WWI; campus buildings; athletics; greek life; trip to California.
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 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.
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."
sport schedules; newspaper clippings; courses; programs; various forms; chemistry; letters; commencement.
newspaper clippings; classes; sports schedules; programs for school events; letters; notes; commencement; Harvard University; tickets; athletics.
letters; football; alumni documents; academic wrtings; creative writings pieces.
"Book of Friends;" concert tickets and programs, "Independent" club/org events, sports schedules, religion, courses, Bread Loaf, Spanish, Theta Chi Epsilon, athletic events.
"Book of Friends;" athletics; candy wrappers/packaging; hair; music performance and theatre programs; Christmas; YWCA; Sigma Kappa; invitations/notes; commencement; campus buildings; newspaper clippings
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.
This scrapbook is comprised of a folder containing loose materials pertaining primarily to skiing at Middlebury College, 1930-1937. The scrapbook also includes several items pertaining to the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Skiing at Middlebury in 1984.
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 an extensive collection of photographs depicting sports, buildings, fraternities, the Middlebury College campus, student life, and traditions and customs such as the Freshmen Parade.
This scrapbook contains a collection of ephemera from Monk's second year at Middlebury College including programs for musical performances, plays, and sporting events, newspaper clippings, birthday cards, Christmas cards, valentines, and a full issue of the Middlebury Campus from 1942.
Winter-time activities; nature; Theta Chi fraternity; friends; mountain club hikes; Chateau waitresses picnic; chemistry class; Winter carnival; performing arts programs; Kake Walk; sports rosters; Middlebury Campus articles; sports calendar; wedding invitations; commencement.