Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
The Colgate University Civic Awards Committee records contain committee minutes and correspondence, photographs, information on award winners, clippings, and programs for Colgate's Civic Awards Ceremony and Founders Day.
This collection contains programs, correspondence, announcements, and photographs from the Colgate University Concert series and its predecessor, the Concert and Lecture series. The materials ranges in date from 1931-1977. Most of the programs contain descriptions or summaries of the concert event. Newspaper clippings and notes are also included.
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 collection contains programs, photographs, speeches, and newspaper clippings regarding Colgate University Founders' Day celebrations from 1944-2014.
The John B. Ketcham papers contain course material, commencement programs, a dormitory directory, a local organizational directory, and two pennants.
This collection contains records from the Konosioni Senior Honor Society and its predecessor organizations, the Skull and Scroll Society and Gorgon's Head.
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 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.