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Personal correspondence, biographical material, scripts of radio broadcasts, movie reels, cap and hood, political cartoon hand-drawn and signed by artist: H.M. Talburt; added 7-6-09, copy of Dickens Encyclopaedia given and inscribed to Alexander Woollcott by Jerome Kern, 1924; added 8/21/13: None But a Mule by Barbara Woollcott (niece), Whistler's Room, by Paul Alverdes (printed for Friends of Alexander Woollcott)
The collection consists of correspondence between Lucille Frieda (Schaefer) Kraus and Elmer Charles Kraus dating 1942-1959. Both were members of the Amana Society.
The Amana Society Records contain correspondence, testimonies, account books, receipts, administrative documents, and religious texts. Researchers accessing the records will gain insight into a communal society that lived in New York and Iowa.
The Garvey Collection contains ephemera, graphic materials, and publications related to Amy Ashwood Garvey and her former husband Marcus Garvey. Researchers examining the papers will gain insight into the Jamaican political activists Amy and Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association that they founded.
The B.F. Skinner Papers contain correspondence, newspaper clippings, course work, and biographical material related to B.F. Skinner, class of 1926. Researchers examining the B.F. Skinner Collection will gain insight into a reknowned 20th century American psychologist, behaviorist, author, inventor, and social philosopher.
The Bishop Hill Collection contains accounts, citizenship papers,a letter of gurdianship,a ledger statement, letters of administration, letters of correspondence, a warrantee deed, receipts, quit claim deeds, a loan agreement, a summons, meeting minutes, an invitation, bills, and three Western Reserve Exchange Currency bills. Researchers accessing the collection will gain insight into a communal society that lived in Illinois.
Bronze bust of Professor Paul Adee Fancher, designed and cast by Sandor Ambrozy, Budapest, Hungary, 1938. Fancher (d. 1964) taught English and directed the College Choir.
Index to the Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Hamilton College published in the 19th century. Contents are arranged in alphabetical order by names and subjects.
The Catherine Frazer Papers contain correspondence, memorandums, notes, and other printed material about the education program and Judiciary Board at Kirkland College primarily in the years of 1976-77.
Burial records from cemeteries around Nevis including the Jewish cemetery and various churches. It also contains a copy of "Grave stone Survey of St. Kitts and Nevis, 1721-1897" by Christy Frank Winstead, 2008.
Programs from theater productions by the Charlatans. -- most programs date to the early 1900s; some spoof playbills date to the mid-1800s. Also materials through 1979, and a history of the Charlatans.
Contains personal correspondence, diaries, and biographical information on Civil War soldiers Rush P. Cady, William Walling, Charles S. Hoyt, and Talmon and Henry D. Frost. Of special note are the diaries of Rush Cady and the newspaper Young America he created during the Antebellum period. Researchers will gain insight on Cady and Walling's experiences in the infantry and Hoyt's experiences as a surgeon.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and a trustee resolution regarding the 1977 merger of Hamilton and Kirkland College.
Official records of the Office of the Dean of the Faculty, 1940s and 1950s, the early years of Winton Tolles, class of 1928, time as dean.
The Ezra Pound Collection at Hamilton College contains manuscripts, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs documenting the powerful, if occasionally strained, relationship of six decades between the quixotic writer and his alma mater. The items were collected over the past century by Hamilton College staff, faculty, and alumni who maintain relationships with Ezra Pound and his family members.