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This collection contains minutes of faculty meetings at Colgate University, previously known as Madison University and Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution. The bound volumes also include related documents such as reports, memoranda, faculty directories, and faculty handbooks.
Includes primarily diplomatic correspondence from Moscow, Madrid and Berlin during the late 1930's, as well as materials concerning his internment in Germany during World War II.
This collection contains three handwritten notebooks created during Jacob Fisk's time as a student at Hamilton Literary and Theological Institute.
The Fortnight of Active Arts was a student run festival held March 2-16, 1968. It brought a wide range of avant garde artists to campus and included music, dance, theater, painting, sculpture and writing. This collection contains magazines and clippings from the festival as well as material documenting its establishment and production.
Includes history, newspaper clippings, administrative records, programs, and the minutes of the Hamilton Fortnightly Club.
This is an artificial collection containing documents created by seven of the thirteen founders of Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution (later Colgate University). It includes correspondence, deeds, Robert Powell's autobiography, and Elisha Payne's will. Also included is a letter from Orrin B. Judd, an 1841 graduate of the institution.
This collection contains programs, photographs, speeches, and newspaper clippings regarding Colgate University Founders' Day celebrations from 1944-2014.
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.
2 bound volumes of the Colgate University General Catalogue which includes historical statements, historical documents, government, and alumni lists. Volume I includes alumni from 1822-1869 and Volume II includes alumni from 1870-1938.
This collection consists primarily of annual reports (1974-2003), also included is an Off Campus Study Guide (2006) along with Alumni Newsletters from 1990, 1994, and 2003 intermixed with annual reports.
The Colgate University Glee Club records consist mostly of concert programs and photographs, some of which reflect collaborations with other musical groups. The collection also contains material from the club's trips and tours, including posters and a scrapbook from their 1952 European Tour.
The working collection of a professional genealogist, including county-wide vital statistics, cemetery readings, published books and pamphlets, church records, and other Madison County ephemera. This collection also contains family bibles/histories, church, cemetery, and military records. Also included are maps and land records from around Madison County, along with histories of local towns.