Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains writings, lectures, sermons, teaching material, lists of slides, and a small amount of correspondence.
Contains the personal and professional papers of geologist, teacher, and clergyman Albert Perry Brigham. The collection includes, among other items, correspondence, class notes, fieldbooks, site photographs, and manuscripts and offprints of Brigham's published and unpublished works.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
This collection consists of one notebook containing handwritten lectures of Lucien M. Osborn, as well as programs for various campus events from 1878.