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12 volumes containing the Laws of Nevis (1680-1773) and the Nevis Council Minutes (1748-1827).
assorted material not directly related to Hamilton College, all years
This collection consists of booksellers' catalogues from various vendors, as well as booklists from events.
50 episodes of a student-made series of videos, produced and directed by David Gaynes, Class of 1999, for Hamilton College Television in 1995 and 1996, on U-Matic video cassettes. David Gaynes later became an award-winning documentary film-maker.
The Peter Lamborn Wilson Papers contain advertisements, correspondence, ephemera, manifestos, and press releases related to Peter Lamborn Wilson. Researchers examining the papers will gain insight into Peter Lamborn Wilson and his ideologies and works.
Photographs in a variety of formats depicting Hamilton and Kirkland College students, faculty, buildings, activities, athletics, and alumni from the 19th century to the present. Researchers accessing this collection will gain insight into a visual history of Hamilton and Kirkland College.
The Photographic History Collection contains photographic and print material concerning photography in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Faculty and students can use this teaching collection to learn about photographic processes and studios in this period.
Contains personal correspondence with friends, family (Butler and Murray families), and many Hamilton College alumni and employees, business correspondence with Trustees of Hamilton College. Also included are business correspondence and shareholder information for firms in which P.V. Rogers was involved (Eureka Mower Co., Utica Mohawk RR Co., Rome and Utica Plank Road Co., Central Iowa Railway Co., Utica Steam Cotton Mills). Journals and account books are also included.
The Samuel Eells Collection contains correspondence, biographical information, speeches, genealogy, disinterment and reinterment, and Hamilton College documents of and related to Hamilton alumn Samuel Eells, including information about the founding of the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. Researchers examining the papers will learn about the short life of the founder of Alpha Delta Phi and related documentation after his death.
The Saunders Family Papers contain correspondence, journals, business records, biographical information, and documentation of the interests and daily lives of the Saunders family of Clinton, New York. Researchers examining the papers will gain insight into the family of a beloved Hamilton College faculty member and a world-reknowned peony hybridist.
Correspondence sent by Sidney B. Bennett regarding the Civil Pilot Training Program, 1941-3. Folders contain bulletins, papers, forms, correspondence, reports, applications, etc. from the years 1941-1943.
Contains professional correspondence of Sidney Wertimer and William A. Jamison with various college offices and administrators while they were Hamilton College Provost and Kirkland College Director of Institutional Affairs, respectively. Correspondence and files provide an excellent description of the operation (Administrative as well as Academic Affairs) of both colleges during the period 1972 - 1980, including the dissoloution of Kirkland College and its merger with Hamilton College.
The Snow Hill Cloister Manuscripts contain account books, ledgers, a songbook and Grist Mill accounts. Researchers accessing the records will gain insight into a communal society that lived in Pennsylvania.
The Zoar Collection contains correspondence, business records, religious texts, and music books created by the zoarites. Researchers examining the Zoar Collection will gain insight into an intentional community that lived in northeast Ohio.
The Spectator, Hamilton College's primary news publication, is published weekly. It is distributed in the campus dining halls, mail center, and library. The Spectator covers campus, local, and national news as well as Hamilton sports and campus life. The paper can be found online at http://students.hamilton.edu/spectator.
A colonial land patent for property in New York with large wax seal of the Province of New York.
Articles spanning 1985-1987 and 2002-2006
Correspondence, lecture notes, and legal opinions created by Theodore W. Dwight. See also the file on Theodore W. Dwight in Alumni Biographical Collection (0000-182).
This collection contains both some personal correspondence and business papers of Theophilus Gates, especially as pertaining to his free love community, the Battle-Axes of the Lord.