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Content Description Collection of artifacts from archaeological excavation around the 1793 House, 60 College Hill Road, plus a report, Historical Archaeology & Structure Report of 60 College Hill Road: The 1793 House, by Nicholas Anastasi '15, Carolyn Mitchell '16, and Nathan Goodale PhD. The artifacts are in separate labelled plastic bags, with photographs and descriptions of each in the Report.
Content Description 14 drawings/blueprints, bound together, by Sargent, Webster, Crenshaw, and Folley, of Faculty Housing at Hamilton College, 1958. Plans of the Griffin Road apartments.
File — Box: 2012.038.01
Content Description Papers of David H. Beetle, class of 1930, including correspondence, newsclippings, and other files related to his career in journalism and writing, focused mostly on his many years as writer and ultimately editor of the Albany Knickerbocker News, a part of the larger Gannett News Service. Beetle also worked as a freelance writer, specializing in personal and editorial journalism and selling his early stories to a variety of magazines, newspapers, etc., as well as working briefly in the Hamilton...
Dates: Majority of material found in 1920-1972
Content Description Personal correspondence: "The Day Brothers" letters from Hamilton to family in California. Handwritten manuscript; letters addressed to various family members: Father, Thomas Franklin Day (Gray Professor of Hebrew Exegesis and Old Testament Literature at San Francisco Theological Seminary, San Anselmo, California); Mother, Ada Kingsbury Day; Grandfather, Ira S. Kingsbury of Monticello, Indiana; Auntie, Miss Clara Pierce of Londonderry, Vermont; brother Edward (Ned); sister Isabella (Sis);...
Content Description 9 boxes of diaries, lectures, articles, clippings, correspondence, and publications by or related to Gilbert Reid. Professional correspondence of the International Institute of China and other material related to that institution and to Gilbert Reid, its director; newspaper clippings and journals. Includes professional correspondence of the I.I.C. to philanthropists (e.g. Carnegie and Rockefeller) and missionary organizations in the U.S. as well as other nations regarding support of the...
Content Description Graduation gown and gym suit -- Hamilton College memorabilia from 1897: Graduation gown (Black cotton, made by Cotrell and Leonard, Albany, NY); Mortarboard; Stole; tie, or cape piece (part of graduation ensemble); Gym suit with white trim; Man's gray flannel gym suit (white cotton ribbon trim, half sleeves, button down front with some of buttons missing, short cord at waist, to about knees) worn at Hamilton College by Horace H. Bogue.
Content Description 6 large scrapbooks covering the Howard Diner in the years 1999-2009, created by Jean Elwood, containing newspaper clippings, Alumni Review clippings, online article clippings, photographs of athletic teams, match results, and schedules, photographs of students at diner, candid student photos, special event programs and mementos, photographs of Diner employees, personalized notes and student signatures, graduation photographs, souvenir photographs, emails, memorial articles, the Continental...
Dates: 1999 - 2009
Content Description 2 VHS tapes from 1992: 20th reunion of Charter Class at Harding Farm; 20th reunion of Charter Class at Open Mike dinner at McEwen. Notes, bibliography of Kirkland documents in Archives by Kristen Gaven Russell; copy of 1973 Princeton University senior thesis by M. Robin Krasny (KIRK AL COLL K73 K57 1973 ). Copies of completed questionnaires by Kirkland students, faculty, admin, for the Kirkland History Project.
Content Description Photographs that belonged to Arthur L. Evans, class of 1910, including group photos of Delta Upsilon. Large (13.5"x17") photo of members of Delta Upsilon in 1910, with names of members written in at the bottom; framed photos of men and women labelled 1908 and 1910 Junior Prom; framed photo of men in white blazers with DT insignia, 1941 (same photo is in 1941 Hamiltonian -- president of DT that year was Arthur W. Evans '43, son of Arthur L. Evans); matted photos of Hamiltonian Board 1910 and...
Collection — Box: 2014.004
Content Description John Kreinheder Planning Office Journal or notebook, July 1, 1974 to June 3, 1975. Daily entries. Includes highlighted names of many Hamilton people and buildings.
Dates: Existence: 1 July 1974 - 3 June 1975
Content Description Correspondence, diaries, fragment of an autobiography (1764-65), and census of Six Nations (1789). Some of the letters are in the Oneida and Mohawk languages. Correspondents include James Bowdoin, Joseph Brant, Israel Chapin, Henry Knox, Andrew Oliver, Timothy Pickering, Philip Schuyler, ... Peter Thatcher, the Rev. Stephen West, Eleazer Wheelock, Edward Wigglesworth, and Joseph Willard. Also S. Kirkland Correspondence: Miscellaneous, Fragmentary, and Undated; Lothrop-Pickering Papers (Papers...
Dates: 1763 - 1808
Dates: circa 1818-1848
Content Description Textbooks used by Theodore (Ted) Crampton, class of 1947, at Hamilton College; notebooks for class notes taken at Hamilton College; and non-classified publications by Theodore Crampton: mathematical research, including publications of the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesday, MD, 1962-1964, and the National Defense University, Research Directorate, Fort Leslie J. McNair, Washington, DC, Climate Study Project 1978-1980. Also Ted Crampton's...
Content Description Collection of papers related to Victoria Woodhull, including the following: papers concerning Equal Rights for Women, 1891 and 1892 (6 sheets), mostly resolutions of the various states conventions to vote for Victoria Woodhull (Martin) for President; cartoon depicting Victoria Woodhull and her sister Tennessee Claflin as brokers, 1870; about 32 letters, mostly ALS, many about the Humanitarian, a publication of the Woodhull sisters, and also a few receipts; 4 letters to Zula Woodhull,...
Dates: 1870 - 1912
Content Description personal and professional correspondence. Contains personal correspondence with many individuals over seven decades; primary senders include his father J.J. Johnson, Aunt Clara, George E. Dunham, Sidney Bennett, Robert Treat, Herman Schilz and Peter Cox. Also included are correspondence with the class of 1915 for the 20th reunion and a small amount of professional correspondence. Organized into 10 series: (1) Class of 1915 20th Reunion Correspondence; (2) Professional Correspondence; (3) 1900s...
- Repository: Hamilton College Archives X