UA/STUDFAC. Student and Faculty Papers
Found in 58 Collections and/or Records:
Colgate University chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) records, A1146
This collection contains writings, lectures, sermons, teaching material, lists of slides, and a small amount of correspondence.
This collection contains newspaper clippings of Ernest Hamlin Baker cartoons, drawings, correspondence, and photographs. It mostly dates from the 1910s, but material from as late as the 1950s is also included.
Contains the personal and professional papers of geologist, teacher, and clergyman Albert Perry Brigham. The collection includes, among other items, correspondence, class notes, fieldbooks, site photographs, and manuscripts and offprints of Brigham's published and unpublished works.
This collection contains a diary that covers part of Brownson's time as a student at Hamilton Literary and Theological Seminary. It also includes essays, poems, and notes on Christian theology written over the course of his life.
This collection contains a published volume by Sylvester Burnham and two handwritten essays.
Titles and identifying numbers were generally taken from information written or stamped on the photograph.
Primarily correspondence between Spencer Colwell and his parents
Additional correspondence between Steven Colwell and his parents
8 letters (with envelopes) and 1 postcard sent from naval aviation cadet James W. Davis, Jr. to his parents Mr. and Mrs. James Davis of Utica, New York, from March to July of 1943.
This collection consists of mostly programs, tickets, pamphlets, and other ephemera from Homer L. Dodge's time as a student at Colgate University. Also included are photographs and correspondence from his student years, reunion material, alumni newsletters, and a small amount of material relating to Ebenezer Dodge. One folder contains clippings and photographs documenting Homer L. Dodge's personal and professional life after Colgate.
This collection contains twenty-three diaries written by Eliza Eaton between 1860 and 1888. It also contains a photograph of Eliza and three undated photographs taken by C.W. Palmer of the Eaton home in Hamilton.
This collection contains one undated notebook with a handwritten record of Yale College graduates who died between 1860 and 1868. The notebook belonged to George Eldred, but the author is unclear.
This collection contains three handwritten notebooks created during Jacob Fisk's time as a student at Hamilton Literary and Theological Institute.
This collection contains works by and about Colgate graduate Charles J. Galpin. It includes lecture notes from his time as a graduate student at Harvard University, his graduate thesis, articles documenting his contributions to the field of rural sociology, a few of his published articles, travel materials, and a small amount of correspondence discussing his papers at Colgate.
The George F. Greene, Jr. Colgate University Navy V-12 program collection contains material from George F. Greene, Jr., who participated in the Navy V-12 program at Colgate during World War II. It includes a scrapbook, yearbook, and photographs, many of which are from Colgate V-Class reunions; material from national World War II commemoration programs; reminiscences from George F. Greene, Jr.; and two snapshots of Marines on Colgate's campus in 1945.
This collection consists of two notebooks. The first contains notes written to Joel Greene from friends and acquaintances in Hamilton. The second contains short essays on theological topics.
This collection includes correspondence to and from Byron Hanke during his freshman year at Colgate; class of 1933 reunion materials; photographs, mostly from Emil Hanke's time at Colgate; and a small amount of miscellaneous Colgate material. Of particular interest are photographs depicting Colgate's "salt rush" and a humorous map created by a Colgate student.
This collection consists of unbound pages, both handwritten and typed, that make up a guide to the Kachin language, also known as the Jinghpaw language. The preface states that the handbook "aims to explain the grammar, idioms and everyday vocabulary, in as complete yet simple manner, as is necessary to gain a fair working knowledge of the dialect within a reasonable time." It also includes manuscript and corrected proof pages from Hanson's translation of the Bible into Kachin.
This collection contains a diary kept by John L. Heffron while he was a student at Madison University and a letter from former University Archivist Howard Williams discussing the diary.