Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains a published volume by Sylvester Burnham and two handwritten essays.
This collection contains three handwritten notebooks created during Jacob Fisk's time as a student at Hamilton Literary and Theological Institute.
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.
The John B. Ketcham papers contain course material, commencement programs, a dormitory directory, a local organizational directory, and two pennants.
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.