UA/STUDFAC. Student and Faculty Papers
Found in 58 Collections and/or Records:
Charles Evans Hughes letters, A1036
Judd family papers, A1059
John B. Ketcham papers, A1140
The John B. Ketcham papers contain course material, commencement programs, a dormitory directory, a local organizational directory, and two pennants.
Colgate University Korean War records, A1081
G.W. Lasher notebook, A1351
John James Lewis papers, A1054
Hinton Summerfield Lloyd papers, A1024
Madison University student letters, A1034
Contains letters from students at Madison University and it predecessor institution, Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution.
John Sharp Maginnis lecture notes, A1079
The John Sharp Maginnis lecture notes contains one folder of handwritten, undated notes titled "Dr. Manginnis Lectures." They appear to have been written by an unidentified student at Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution.
Antonio Mangano papers, A1037
Robert W. Moore essays, A1090
This collection contains two bound volumes. The smaller volume (vol. 2) appears to contains duplicates of material also included in the larger volume (vol. 1). Both volumes mainly consist of issues of Bay View Magazine containing articles by R.W. Moore and others on German art, history, and literature. Also included are book reviews and essays by Moore from other publications, including an essay about Colgate University written in German.
Kenneth W. Morgan Papers
The Kenneth W. Morgan Papers mostly consist of research and materials relating to his study of various religions. This include notes from his travels to Asia, lectures, classes at Colgate, and subsequent publications. There is also material from his involvement of establishing the Chapel House on Colgate's campus. Folders in the collection retain the name from the original folders, with all abbreviations spelled out and additions made by the archivist in brackets.
Ernest Fox Nichols papers, A1083
This collection consists mostly of scientific articles written by Ernest Fox Nichols, some of which are reprints from the journals in which they originally appeared. The collection also contains two programs from Nichols' inauguration as President of Dartmouth College and two notebooks of lecture notes.
Lucien M. Osborn lectures, A1074
This collection consists of one notebook containing handwritten lectures of Lucien M. Osborn, as well as programs for various campus events from 1878.
William A. Reid World War II correspondence, A1128
Andrew A. Rooney papers, A1234
This collection contains materials relating to Rooney's time as a student at Colgate including some of his writings for class and the Banter.
George G. Saunders notebook, A1353
This journal contains field notes, lecture notes, and an essay written by student George G. Saunders while he was a student at Colgate University. Much of it specifically addresses the Colgate campus, Hamilton, and the surrounding area. Included in the journal are sketches, photographs, a colored map of the local area, and an essay on "The Pleistocene geology of the Chenango Valley."
J. Melbourne Shortliffe papers, A1040
Philetus B. Spear papers, A1047
Charles Worthen Spencer papers, A1046
Taggart family papers, A1056
Whitford family papers, A1027
Whitman family papers, A1352
Seth Whitman's diary contains brief descriptions of Whitman's travels and what appears to be the text of an address to a Baptist convention. The commonplace books contain notes, poems, images, and excerpts from other works. Seth's also contains notes on Hebrew.
Harold Orville Whitnall papers, A1045
This collection includes articles, books, and materials relating to his radio show and cartoon strip, “Millions of Years Ago!” which Whitnall shared with the Colgate community, in addition to his personal correspondence. Manuscripts relating to his geological studies and a memory book from Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon are included as well.
William E. Edmonston, Jr. papers, A1133
Colgate Women's Club records, A1193
Colgate University World War I collection, A1207
This is a collection of newspaper articles, photographs, service statistics, equipment records, and press releases related to the experiences of Colgate alumni and the Colgate campus during World War I. Many of the photographs are from E.H. Stone, a prominent local photographer in Hamilton, New York during this time.