Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Harvard University; alumni; newspaper clippings; receipts + tickets; Alpha Chi Sigma; postcards; letters + correspondences
This thick scrapbook, created by Middlebury student Janice E. Alwill '30, contains photographs, dance cards, luncheon, social activity ephemera, newspaper clippings, coursework, ojects, postcards, and other memorabilia. The pages are noted and well documented and it includes primarily original materials.
This scrapbook contains an extensive collection of various ephemera, including dance cards, letters, sorority and fraternity realted materials; newspaper clippings; personal objects; photographs; Pi Beta Phi; postcards; official college publications and student publications; valentines; winter carnival programs and related materials, and programs for theatre and music perfrmances.
This scrapbook, made by Middlebury College student Geraldine Raymond '57, contains dance cards, sports programs, newpaper articles, postcards, and letters related to Middlebury College.
Collection of postcards depicting landscapes, people, and scenes from the Middle East, including Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Yemen, Israel, and Palestine.
Includes postcard mailed by Christine McDow to Special Collections, announcing her graduation from Middlebury College on May 30, 2021. McDow was the first Black Studies major to graduate from Middlebury.
This scrapbook comrpises memorabilia pertaining to reunion events for the class of 1945, primaily from the 50th class reunion in 1995. It was compiled by Mary Elizabeth Wisotzkey C. 1945. The scrapbook includes a directory, event programs, postcards, letters, and invitations. The scrapbook also includes the text of a presidential address by John M. McCardell, Jr. and a full coppy of Middlebury Magazine from Spring 1995.
Unbound reunion Scrapbook with questionnaires, photographs, newspaper clippings (marriage/engagement announcements, obituaries, other notable events), letters and postcards/holiday cards of alumni from the class of 1930. Appears to have been made for the occasion of the 50th reunion.
Thirteen postcards depicting various images related to women's suggrage and women's rights. A number of the postcards are part of the "Suffragette series" by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co. Most cards are copyrighted 1909 and are postmarked between 1910 and 1918. Some cards are blank but most contain handwritten messages on the back.