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The Graduate Studies Committee records document the committee's work to set up the requirements needed to complete a graduate program at Colgate University, define the purpose and scope of the program, set admissions criteria, and address aplicants' inquiries on programs, departments, and requirements for a degree.
The Graduate Studies Office records consists of manuals that outline the requirements of graduate programs at Colgate, directories of students enrolled in the programs, memorandums, and proposals for funding and for expansion and changes to programs.
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.
The Hamilton families collection was compiled by Special Collections and University Archives personnel sometime prior to the mid-1990s, and contains historical and genealogical materials relating to select Hamilton families.
Includes photographs, printed ephemera, correspondence, manuscripts, and legal documents, related to the history of Hamilton, New York, collected and compiled by the Colgate University Libraries.
Original folder numbering has been retained throughout the collection even in cases where misnumbering occurred at the time of original processing or materials were discovered to be missing during later inventories. As a result, missing folder numbers may be encountered.
The Hamilton houses collection was compiled by Special Collections and University Archives personnel sometime prior to the mid-1990s, and contains historical materials relating to select Hamilton village houses and buildings. The names used to describe the buildings were selected at the time the collection was compiled, and may not represent current owners and/or currently recognized names.
This collection consists primarily of records and ledger books, along with some maps of Hamilton and a report to the State Board of Health regarding sanitary conditions.
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.
The Henry Hill Photograph Collections contains a large variety of photographs that are attributed to Henry Hill, including cabinet cards, cartes-de-visite, tintypes, and cyanotypes. The images are arranged by size and type of photograph. Collection includes portrait photographs of Matthew Gilbert, class of 1887, and George Lewis Hayes, early African-American alumni.
Published for each entering class, the Incunabulum provides photographs and biographical information about incoming Colgate University students. The dates indicated for each volume are dates of publication. Since each volume was published during a class' first year, this means that 4 years should be added to each date to get the correct volume for a specific graduating class. So, for example, if the Incunabulum for the class of 1965 is desired, the 1961 Incunabulum should be requested.
The Committe on Independent Study and Honors was formally created in 1961. Prior to this, both an Honors Committee and a program for Independent Study had existed. The committee formed in 1961 appears to have continued the work of these earlier groups, so their correspondence and reports are included in this collection.
- Correspondence. 85
- Photographs. 70
- Minutes (administrative records) 55
- Student publications. 48
- College students -- Societies, etc. 43
- Reports. 41
- Journals (periodicals) 34
- Financial records. 23
- Programs (documents). 23
- College students -- Social life and customs. 19
- Annual reports. 18
- Clippings (information artifacts) 16
- Hamilton (N.Y.) -- History. 14
- Memorandums. 13
- Manuscripts (document genre) 12
- Newsletters. 12
- Universities and colleges -- Curricula. 12
- Professors (teacher) 11
- Lectures. 10
- Syllabi. 10 + ∧ less
- English 411
- Chinese 1
- Dutch; Flemish 1
- French 1
- Multiple languages 1
- Madison University (Hamilton, N.Y.) 8
- Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution 7
- Aeonian Society (Colgate University) 2
- Association of Black Collegians (Colgate University) 2
- Colgate University (Alumni Corporation) 2
- Colgate University--Planning 2
- Colgate University. Department of Art and Art History 2
- Colgate University. Department of Mathematics 2
- Stone, E.H. 2
- American Veterans Committee. Colgate University chapter 1
- Association of Colgate Independents 1
- Athenaeum Society (Colgate University) 1
- Baker, Ernest Hamlin, 1889-1975 1
- Beta Delta Beta. Beta chapter (Colgate University) 1
- Broussard, Dick 1
- Buffalo Club of Colgate University 1
- Casey, Brian W. 1
- Chess Club (Colgate University) 1
- Colgate Little Theatre Group 1
- Colgate Sociology Club 1 + ∧ less