Found in 78 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of mostly programs, tickets, pamphlets, and other ephemera from Homer L. Dodge's time as a student at Colgate University. Also included are photographs and correspondence from his student years, reunion material, alumni newsletters, and a small amount of material relating to Ebenezer Dodge. One folder contains clippings and photographs documenting Homer L. Dodge's personal and professional life after Colgate.
This collection contains programs, photographs, speeches, and newspaper clippings regarding Colgate University Founders' Day celebrations from 1944-2014.
The Colgate University Glee Club records consist mostly of concert programs and photographs, some of which reflect collaborations with other musical groups. The collection also contains material from the club's trips and tours, including posters and a scrapbook from their 1952 European Tour.
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.
The Salmagundi records consist of photographs, negatives, contact sheets, and a small amount of production material from Colgate University's student yearbook office. The majority are from the 1990s. Many of the images are candid shots of students socializing or attending campus events, including graduation and spring party weekend. Also included are group shots of faculty, student organizations, and athletic teams as well as action shots from athletic events.
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 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.
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.
John D. Hubbard photograph prints: campus photos, portraits of students, faculty, and others, including Kurt Vonnegut; other subjects include swans, sports, art performance on roof of Dana, student organizations, 1973 - 2005
John D. Hubbard photograph prints; faculty, staff, and student portraits; also includes sports, graduation, reunion, campus speakers; several medium format prints, 1973 - 2005
John D. Hubbard photograph prints; faculty, staff, and student portraits; also includes sports, graduation, reunion, campus speakers, theater, music and dance performances, other subjects, 1973 - 2005
John D. Hubbard photograph prints; portraits, campus, sports, Asian-American family at graduation, reunion, and other subjects, 1973 - 2005
John D. Hubbard photograph prints; student, staff, faculty portraits and candids, campus life, sports, graduation, other subjects, 1973 - 2005
John D. Hubbard portraits, mostly 11x14" prints; includes Joe Biden and Rebecca Chopp; see note for other individuals identified, 1973 - 2005
Letters, one holograph poem manuscript, and other items relating to the Eaton writer Emily Chubbuck Judson who died in Hamilton in 1854.
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.
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.