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Catalog cards organized alphabetically by last name indexing the Hamilton Alumni Review (1935 - ). Index is available online here: https://www.hamilton.edu/offices/lits/special-collections/college-archives/alumni-review-index
correspondence and papers from the 1930s and early 1940s: publicity, correspondence, historical data, award dinner 1943, etc., misc. papers
assorted material related to Hamilton College, all years, organized by subject
Index to the student publication originally known as "Hamilton Literary Monthly" and later "Hamilton LIterary Magazine," which ran from 1866 to 1920. The collection is organized into three series: I. Names; II. Subjects; and III. Relatives. All materials are arranged in alphabetical order by last name or subject.
This collection can provide researchers insight into the daily operations of the Harmony Society and the thinking of its leader, Johann Georg Rapp. It offers correspondece between Father Rapp and many of his members, as well as some external organizations. Ephemera demonstrate some of the mechanics by which the Society maintained itself financially.
Notes for the German Dictionary originally housed in a wood file cabinet, from Professor of German Hermann C.G. Brandt, Class of 1872. The dictionary was published in 1925: A German-English dictionary, by H. C. G. (Hermann Carl George) Brandt, London, New York etc. G.E. Stechert & Co.
Audio tapes and manuscript materials documenting the inauguration of John W. Chandler, the 15th President of Hamilton. College.
The Jackson-Grunder Correspondence Collection contains correspondence between Ian Jackson and Rick Grunder. Researchers accessing the collection will gain insight into the interactions between two antiquarian and rare book dealers in the late 20th century and early 21st century.
The Jeannie Dobney Papers contain correspondence, legal documents, publications, and academic papers related to the Sisterhood of Mary (Evangelische Marienschwesternschaft). Researchers examining the papers will gain insight into Jeannie Dobney and her tumultuous relationship with the commune.
This collection consists of correspondence, mostly addressed to Jeremiah Hacker and frequently in a religious context, as well as several poems.
The Kathleen Irene Akin (Madhuri) Papers are the personal journals, correspondences, writings, and photographs of a longtime member of the Rajneeshpuram communal society, containing records from before, during, and after her memberships. Of particular note are a detailed account of the death of the leader of the society, a diary entry written on 9/11/01 recording the events as they unfolded, and detailed notes on the beliefs of the society.
Audiovisual materials created by Kirkland College students, facutly, or staff.
This collection contains many of the personal papers of various members of the Koreshan Unity, as well as several bound notebooks serving as scriptural indices. Also of note are Teed's book "Celluar Cosmogony," a newspaper clipping describing its hollow-Earth theory, and a letter of refutation to a critic of the theory.
Blue Books were prepared regularly, generally each year, by Colonial Governments and sent to the Colonial Office, part of the British Government, in London.
The Leeward Islands Gazette was the government gazette of the Leeward Islands, published in Antigua from 1872 until it was replaced by The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands Official Gazette.
Miscellaneous correspondence and material; includes Samuel Hopkins Adams, George H. Brinkerhoff, Alexander C. Soper, Von Steuben -- Added 7/9/02: signature of John Adams; letter from a 19th century Alexander Hamilton; Metamorphosis, a late 18th or early 19th century hand-drawn manuscript of a harlequinade; Phi Beta Kappa keys; Portuguese document signed by Armando de la Palma y Parduzco.
The Lyman Brown Papers are a collection of artifacts consisting of Lyman Brown's financial, professional, and personal inventory.
Items from the President's Office: publications include committee minutes, survey, reports, and profiles.
Various reports generated by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools between 1958-2006
The Miscellaneous Communal Societies Collection contains ephemera, graphic materials, and manuscripts related to numerous communal societies, non-communal religious sects, and concepts adjacent to communal societies across the globe. Researchers examining the papers will gain insight into communal societies and their various cultures along with the social movements that relate to communalism.
The Myron Adams Jr. Collection contains personal and wartime correspondence, army inventories, and speeches of Myron Adams Jr. The collection includes correspondence between Edward North, his father Myron Adams, and fellow Hamilton College Civil War soldiers.