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Contains letters from students at Madison University and it predecessor institution, Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution.
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.
The Katherine Mansfield collection comprises 45 letters to and from James B. Pinker, literary agent, concerning publication rights to Katherine Mansfield's works. Also includes 25 letters from Mansfield's husband, John Middleton Murray.
The Masque and Triangle records contain programs, photographs, and record books from Masque and Triangle, Colgate University's most active and long-standing student theater and drama group. It also contains the records of its predecessor organization, the Colgate Dramatic Club.
This collection provides a look into Professor McGregory’s life before Colgate including letters from his wife, Emma, his mother, friends, and family.
The Peter E. McGuire and Joseph L. Kelly papers contain diaries and letters written by Peter McGuire and his brother-in-law Joseph Kelly. The letters are addressed to family members and date from during and after the Civil War. Also included are official military papers, a photograph of Joseph Kelly, a veteran's reunion booklet, and Kelly's obituary.
This collection contains a variety of items relating to Colgate's history and the student life at Colgate. These items vary from banners, dinnerware, clothing, and items from alumni. The collection is arranged into broad categories to give a semblance of order to the collection but a look through all series may prove useful to the researcher.
Includes 30 letters from the poet William Meredith to Everett and Josephine Case, as well as poetry in typescript and holograph.
Includes news clippings, obituaries, genealogical research material, addresses, and correspondence related to scholar, pastor, and Colgate University's sixth president (1899-1908) George Edmands Merrill.
This collection consists of reports to the Middles States Association submitted from 1954 and approximately every 10 years after. Also included are draft reports, steering committee minutes, and suplementary materials for the self-study process for accreditation.
Details concerning the migrant workers that came to Hamilton to pick vegetables during the summer, particularly regarding the education of their children. Includes maps and details of the individual camps.
The Committee on Minority Affairs records contain meeting minutes from April 1977. It discusses the hiring of a "Black woman professor" as well as proposing a fraternity for minorities.
This rare Chinese periodical, Modern Sketch (Shi Dai Man Hua) for 1934 to 1937 contains caricatures, cartoons, and humorous writing that defined the golden era of Shanghai’s comic art during the mid-1930’s.
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.
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.
Includes letters and manuscripts by the English writer and journalist Arthur Morrison.