En önskan

Här om kvällen gick jag ut till ett vi uncmvgat. tiffany ketting ukndskydd i skogen vid en vacker liten tjärn och gjorde upp en eld. Jag tog med mig lite att äta och kokade kaffe över elden. En helt magisk kväll och natt. Och Nanook var minst lika glad över att komma ut sådär.

Jag filmade också under kvällen till ännu ett litet tävlingsbidrag för tävlingen till Yukon som jag är med i. Tyvärr kunde jag inte ladda upp filmen på Instagram så jag fick istället filma min skärm och lägga upp den, så det blev ganska dålig kvalitet. Men jag hoppas att folk går in här på bloggen också för att se den långa version i HD kvalitet. Min långa text fick inte heller plats i mitt instagram-bidrag så jag skriver den här också, på engelska.
Ni får hemskt gärna gå in och kolla på mitt bidrag, och ”lika” den om ni tycker om den.
Som sagt, så kan jag fortfarande knappt tänka på annat än Yukon. Det vore en stor dröm att få åka iväg på den här resan.

Så här kommer den, min film och min önskan ♥


Sometimes, when I wish for something, i like to write it down on a piece of paper, and throw it in the fire. I like to think that the smoke will carry away my wish so that someone, or something will make it come true. But I only do that when I want something really, really deep from my heart. I know it sounds crazy. And maybe I am a little crazy. But i love to visualize. And for many years I have been dreaming about visiting a place like the Yukon.

So, why do I want to go to the Yukon? As you see, I can’t really get it out of my head. It feels like this great opportunity coming into my life, just at the right time. An opportunity that effect me on so many levels. I think it is beacuse this trip to Yukon seems to have it all. A trip to the land of my dreams combined with all this fun and exciting things. Exploring this pristine wilderness, and doing it together with two people that truly would make this trip to something beyond any other trip. I would love to share our experiences and learn from each other. To spend a week in the most inspiring environment that would bring to life another dimension in my photography. A place so different from where I live. Thousands and thousands of miles away from my home.

You know when you love to do something so much that it just dosnt matter anymore if you can make a living out of it or not. You just have to do it, beacuse thats what you live for. I felt that feeling since five years ago, when I quit my studies, left the apartment and citylife to live closer to the nature. When I listened to my heart, things just started happening. It brought life to the creativity inside of me.
Its been a rocky road. Up and downs. Cold winters. Hard work. But every single day I feel grateful for living the kind of life i do, and that I have found something that I feel so passionate about that nothing can take it away from me. Beacuse no matter what, I have the love for what I do.
To win this trip would be a huge inspiration in my life. A huge step right into the direction that I want to go. It would light the fire to things that I have tried to catch fire for a long time.
I want to go to the Yukon because I want to stand there, on a mountain top, with the wind in my hair. Tasting the air and feeling the earth under my feet. I want to stand there, talking about the view with @Wisslaren and @Namkcaps, to the sound of our camera shutters bledning in with the silence of wilderness.
I want to stand there with a smile on my face thinking ”After all this years, I made it to the Yukon. And i know that i should never ever doubt that any dream can come true, no matter how big it is. If i can make it to Yukon, I can do anything”

I want to see the nature, the landscape, the trees and the rivers dancing like wild spirits. I want to see the animals, the valleys, and the open skies. Driving on an endless road through the Yukon scenery. I want to breath in the culture and learn about the history, the art and the golden dreams. I want to feel the crystal clear water in the lakes and hike trough the land of the moose, the midsnightsun and the northern lights.

I want to wake up in the sunrise, take a silent walk and feel the morning air of a new land. A whole new world to me. I want to stand there, on a mountain top, with the wind in my hair and listen to the heartbeats of the Yukon.

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  1. Annelie

    Om du bara visste vad du berör mig med din vackra film…
    Om du bara visste vad du berör mig med dina vackra bilder…
    Om du bara visste vad du berör mig med ditt mod å din vackra själ….
    Du är frihet och du är en ängel på jorden…
    Å jag hoppas att du kommer dit du så starkt önskar…;)

    En stor kram från mig till dig
    Annelie

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    • Jonna Post author

      Åhhh…..så vackert!!! Tack fina du. Som att läsa en dikt.
      ♥ Kramar

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  2. Johan

    Jag sitter återigen och vill uttrycka något över det du delat med dig av här… Det är svårt. Svårt i att kunna välja de rätta orden att beskriva. Jag ”vet” i mitt huvud vad jag vill säga, men inser efter ett tag att det är skillnad i att känna och att säga… Det är för mig frustrerande, men samtidigt fascinerande, då jag sällan stöter på ett sådant ”hinder”. Jag är inte helt borta i att kunna uttrycka mig med ord, men du gör det väldigt svårt för mig, Jonna.
    Antingen är det du som är så otroligt skicklig och duktig på att gestalta och måla fram det sköna i naturen och förmedla denna känsla vi alla smittas av här eller så är det jag som är väldigt mottaglig till det du gör, för på något vis känner jag mig så hemma i allting. Kanske är det en blandning av båda? Du tackade mig i ett tidigare inlägg för min kommentar. Jag måste nu utan tvekan tacka dig tillbaka. Tack för allt du gör, Jonna. Tack för att du finns och för att du gör världen till en bättre plats. Och självklart, hoppas du vinner resan, det borde du göra ?

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    • Jonna Post author

      Dina kommentarer är verkligen helt otroligt fina. Du uttrycker dig som om du vore en stor författare eller poet.
      Och jag blir som alltid lika berörd och tacksam för dina ord ♥ Det gör mig så glad att du är så mottaglig för det jag gör. Det känns verkligen som du tar in allt det som jag vill förmedla och det värmer så ♥ Återigen, Tack Johan.

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  3. Ulf

    Otroligt fin och stämningsfull film.
    Lika som alla dina bilder.
    Du skulle vara en värdig vinnare av tävlingen.
    Mvh Uffe

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    • Jonna Post author

      Åh tack! Glad att du gillar filmen och bilderna ♥ Hoppas att juryn ska tycka om dom lika mycket som du gör
      återgå till tiffany armband

      tiffany osta verkossa
      tiffanys londres
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      Green Lantern
      - cover
      - (AP) Since Arisia first met Hal, the teenaged GL had a crush on him. However, Hal never noticed. This was difficult for the teenager to understand, and her subconscious desires interacted with her power ring on her body. She started developing a subconscious desire to be older than she actually was. This desire manifested itself slowly, as Arisia's subconscious began acting on her ring and caused her body to undergo subtle changes that were a great shock to her (GLC #202). The forced maturity was difficult for her to handle. It brought about dizzy spells and periods of illness that became more profound. She suffered psychological problems later on. Due to Arisia's inexperience, he was able to defeat Hal and Arisia and trap them in an abandoned mine. (GLC #205). 206 "In Deep.": Arisia changes from girl to grown woman while she and Hal are alone together. Arisia takes this opportunity to talk to Hal about her feelings for him. She makes the case for her maturity, and in her newly matured body the argument is difficult to disagree with. In her impassioned plea Arisia makes the claim her mind has matured as well as her body. During the course of the conversation, Hal admits that he has grown to have feelings for her in return. Before they are rescued by the other GLs, they admit their love for each other and decide to explore those feelings together - cover
      - (AP) (DC) 161 "Offspring" Winick/Eaglesham/Ramos 2003. Children suddenly become adult. The Zamorans (the Amazonian mates of the Guardians) return to aid Ganthet in raising the new Guardian children.
      - (male AP) Alan Scott became a young man when the Starheart merged with him, and took the name of Sentinel. He reverted back to his normal age and reclaimed the mantle of Green Lantern. ('O')

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      Hamilton College Archives Accessions List


      Updated: 2014-12-01

      Clarence Burton Day Papers, 1901-1911 (0000.001)

      Biographical Information

      Missionary to China Professor in China and U.S. H.C. Class of 1911 Clarence Burton Day was born in American Fork, UT, on 1 September, 1889, and died in Duarte, CA, on 7 January, 1987. He was a graduate of Hamilton College, class of 1911. Following graduation he attended the San Francisco Theological Seminary and was ordained in 1914. He then spent a year as a research fellow at New College, Edinburgh, and Mansfield College, Oxford, and then began missionary work in China at Hangchow Christian College. Occasionally he returned to the U.S., pursuing graduate work at the University of Chicago (A.M., Chinese Buddhism, 1923), Hartford Seminary (Ph.D., 1930), and the San Francisco Seminary (S.T.M., 1931). He spent the rest of his career teaching at the following colleges: Hangchow, San Francisco Seminary, Forman Christian College (LaHore, India), and Lincoln College (PA).

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 volume

      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); brother Clarence (Bub). See also 0000.182.11 for more personal papers, including a letter from Clarence B. Day to Professor Russell Blackwood, dated June 15, 1962 (donated by R. Blackwood 9/7/04)

      Restrictions

      None

      Wallace B. Johnson Papers, 1899-1965 (0000.002)

      Biographical Information

      H.C. Administrator H.C. Class of 1915 Wallace Bradley Johnson was born in Utica, NY on 13 September 1892 and died in Clinton, NY on 29 August 1967, a Hamilton College graduate of the class of 1915 (Ph.B.). He was also graduated from Utica Free Academy and received an honorary L.H.D. from Hamilton in 1962. He attended Harvard Business School for a year before serving as an ambulance driver for the French Army and from 1918-20 an ensign in the U.S. Navy (Intelligence), then a reporter for the Utica Daily Press. He returned to Hamilton in 1922 where he served as Field Secretary for the Admissions Office, Director of Admissions, Registrar, and Secretary of the College.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      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 number of professional correspondence. Organized into 10 series: (1) Class of 1915 20th Reunion Correspondence; (2) Professional Correspondence; (3) 1900s Correspondence; (4) 1910s Correspondence; (5) 1920s Correspondence; (6A and B) 1930s Correspondence; (7A and B) 1940s Correspondence; (8) 1950s Correspondence; (9A and B) 1960s Correspondence; (10) Notebooks of listing of Christmas Cards Sent and personal letters.

      Restrictions

      None

      Publius Virgilius Rogers Papers (0000.003)

      Biographical Information

      Class of 1846 Pres. First Bank of Utica Treasurer, H.C. Trustee, H.C. Publius V. Rogers was born in Antwerp, NY on 30 December 1824 and died 2 July 1895, a Hamilton College graduate of the class of 1846. He served in the following positions: President of the First National Bank of Utica (1876-1895); Trustee of Hamilton College (1868-1895); Treasurer of Hamilton College (1880-1887); among other corporate administrative positions.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      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. Organized into six series: (1) Elizabeth Butler Rogers (Wife) Correspondence; (2) P.V. Rogers Correspondence, with three subseries: Personal #1; Personal #2; Business; (3) P.V. Rogers Correspondence with Hamilton College Alumni and Trustees #1; (4) P.V. Rogers Correspondence with Hamilton College Alumni and Trustees #2; (5) P.V. Rogers Personal and Business Correspondence; (6) Journals and Account Books.

      Restrictions

      None

      Alexander Shaler Papers, 1898-1908 (0000.004)

      Biographical Information

      Civil War Officer Army General Received Congressional Medal of Honor Pres of NRA Alexander Shaler, born 19 March 1827 in Haddam, CT and died 28 December 1911 in New York, NY, was a Civil War Union Colonel, later raised in rank to Brigadier General, and decorated with the Congressional Medal of Honor for his service at the battle of Chancellorsville; post-war he served as a fire commissioner, Major General in the N.Y. National Guard, and President of the NRA

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      11 items

      Description

      personal correspondence Letters from Alexander Shaler to J.J. Tompkins regarding recollections of events immediately following the attack on Ft. Sumpter while they were in New York, NY and later a meeting in Washington, DC, to be included in Alexander Shaler's entry in Brevet Major-General St. Clair A. Mulholland's The History of the Military Order of the Congress Medal of Honor Legion. Also included is a circular intended to publicize the book.

      Restrictions

      None

      B.F. Skinner Collection (0000.005)

      Biographical Information

      Skinner, B. (Burrhus) F. (Frederic), 1904 - 1990 Behavioral Psychologist Harvard Professor H.C. Class of 1926 Honorary Doctor of Science, 1951 B.F. Skinner was born in Susquehanna, PA on 20 March 1904 and died in Cambridge, MA, on 18 August 1990. A Hamilton College graduate of the class of 1926 (in addition to an honorary Sc.D.), he attended Harvard University (Master's, 1930 and Ph.D., 1931), and then began a teaching career at the University of Minnesota, then Indiana University and finally Harvard University. Skinner became a noted behavioral psychologist.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Ephemera Books, Publications

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      Letter from Robert Frost received from B.F. Skinner; letters to A.P. Saunders from A.P. Saunders Papers; memorabilia collected by college Organized into three series: (1A-E) Memorabilia, Articles About, and Publications of B.F. Skinner; (2) Letter to B.F. Skinner from Robert Frost; (3) Letters to B.F. Skinner from A.P. Saunders, 1926 - 1936. Contains assorted memorabilia and other material related to B.F. Skinner. Also included are Personal Letters from Robert Frost and to Arthur Percy Saunders while Skinner was a graduate student at Harvard and afterwards.

      Restrictions

      None

      Sidney Wertimer, Jr. Papers (0000.006)

      Biographical Information

      Professor and Administrator at H.C. Sidney Wertimer was born in Buffalo, NY on 28 October 1920 and today lives in Clinton, NY [died 2/1/05]. He attended Nichols High School in Buffalo, University of Pennsylvania (B.S., 1942), University of Buffalo (M.A., 1949), and the London School of Economics (Ph.D., 1952). From 1942 - 1946 he was an officer in the U.S. Navy. He was an instructor at Buffalo (1947-50) and joined the Hamilton College faculty in 1952. He served as Associate Dean of the College (1957 - 65), Chair of the Economics Department (1967 - 75), and Provost from 1975 - 1980. Since his retirement from full-time teaching at the college in 1991 he has continued to teach an accounting course once a year and is active in alumni reunion activities. William Alexander Jamison was born in Pittsburgh, PA on 24 April 1927 and died on 21 March 1995 in Pittsfield, MA. He attended the University of Pittsburgh (A.B., 1943), and Princeton University (A.M., 1945 and Ph.D., 1952). He taught English at the University of Rochester for 17 years before joining the Houghton Mifflin Publishing Company in 1963. He joined the Kirkland College faculty in 1970 and was the Acting Chair of the Humanities Division, wrote the self-study of Kirkland for MSA accreditation, Director of Institutional Affairs, and at Hamilton, Director of Personnel and Director Special Programs. Jamison retired in 1983.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Maps, Plans

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      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.

      Restrictions

      None

      Gilbert Reid Papers (0000.007)

      Biographical Information

      Missionary to China Rev. Gilbert Reid was born in Laurel, NY in 1857 and died in Shanghai, China on 30 September 1927. He attended Whitestown Seminary (1875 graduate), then Hamilton College (A.B., 1879, A.M., 1888, and D.D., 1899), and Union Theological Seminary (1882 graduate). His missionary work in China began in 1882 and he established the International Institute of China (I.I.C.) located in Shanghai in 1894. The institute served as a meeting place for Chinese and foreigners and a educational facility for christian missions. Reid was also the editor of the Peking Post. During the war he was deported to Manila at the request of the Chinese government on the accusation of being a pro-German propagandist and sympathizer, returning to Shanghai in 1921.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Books, Publications Ephemera

      Extent

      8 Boxes; 1 Small Box

      Description

      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. Contains professional correspondences 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 Institute; the journals, publications, manuscripts, sermons and addresses of Reid; newspaper clippings regarding Reid and life in China; volumes II through XVI of The International Journal of the I.I.C.; minutes of the meeting of the trustees of the I.I.C.; the visitor's book of the I.I.C.; legal documents regarding Reid's sedition trial. The letters of John G. Reid are also included in this collection.

      Restrictions

      None

      John K. Hutchens Collection (0000.008)

      Biographical Information

      lived 1905-1995 Writer NY Times Book Review NY HeraldTribune HC Class of 1926 Litt.D. 1951 John Kennedy Hutchens was born in Chicago, IL on 9 August 1905 and died in New York, NY on 22 July 1995. He graduated from Hamilton College in 1926 and began a literary career immediately afterwards in Montana. After working there for year he ventured to New York City to work for the Evening Post, then to Theater Arts Monthly, and later The New York Times; this was followed by a brief period at the Boston Evening Transcript, and a return to the Times as Radio Editor and then New York Times Book Review, which he was the editor of (1946 - 1948) before his 15 year stint at The New York Herald. He is the author of One Man's Montana (1964) and edited three anthologies, American Twenties: A Literary Panorama (1954), The Best of the World (1973), and The Gambler's Bedside Book (1977).

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Books, Publications

      Extent

      4 Boxes; 2 volumes

      Description

      Personal Correspondence, newspaper clippings of articles written by and about Hutchens, also a volume containing clippings about Martin Hutchens (John's father)

      Restrictions

      None

      V. Valta Parma Collection of Personal Papers and Thomas Lake Harris Materials (0000.009)

      Biographical Information

      Parma: Curator of Rare Books, Library of Congress, Hamilton College Class of 1901, attended 2 years, A.B. Cornell University, 1901, A.M. Hamilton College, 1914. V. Valta Parma, born Albert Houghton Pratt, was born in Brooklyn, NY on 31 March 1878 and died in Washington, DC on 31 October 1941. He attended prepatory school at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute and Hamilton College (2 years, and honorary A.M., 1941) and Cornell University (A.B., 1901). From 1901 to 1915 he was a member of the publishing firm of Houghton-Mifflin Co.; from 1915 to 1927 he did editorial work on children's literature; from 1927 to 1940 he was Curator of Rare Books at the Library of Congress. Thomas Lake Harris a Christian mystic and poet, was born in Ferry Stratford, England on 15 May 1823 and died in New York, NY on 23 March 1906. At the age of five his family emigrated to American and settled in Utica, NY. Although raised in a strict Calvinist family he was converted to Universalism in 1843, whereupon he entered the ministry and was pastor of the Fourth Universalist Society in New York City. In New York Harris became acquainted with Andrew Jackson Davis who introduced him to mysticism. He wrote numerous articles on the topic and founded a monthly journal, The Herald of Light (1857 - 1861). After travels and lectures in England he returned with Lady Oliphant to upstate New York and founded a spiritual community called "The Use". "The Use" went west to Santa Rosa, CA in 1875 and founded a vineyard, "Fountain Grove". In 1891, after the death of his second wife, he married his secretary and moved to New York City where he spent the remainder of his life.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Photographs Books, Publications Ephemera

      Extent

      3 Boxes; 60 Books

      Description

      correspondence, poems, manuscripts, publications, photographs, ephemera: Contains personal and professional letters to Parma; scrapbooks of articles on Parma and his exhibitions at the Library of Congress. The majority of the collection consists of: Thomas Lake Harris' personal letters from his family; professional letters and documents regarding the Fountain Grove vineyards; photographs of Harris; publications and manuscripts of Harris' sermons, expository and creative writing.

      Restrictions

      None, Rare Book Room books may have restrictions, consult librarian

      Theodore W. Dwight Papers (0000.010)

      Biographical Information

      Law Professor at Hamilton College and Columbia University H.C. Class of 1840 Theodore Dwight was born in Catskill, NY, on 18 July, 1822, and died in Clinton, NY, on 29 June, 1892. After graduating as a member of the Hamilton College class of 1840, Dwight entered Yale Law School in 1841. Although he did not finish his course of study, he was admitted to the New York bar in 1845. In 1846, Dwight was appointed to the Maynard Professorship of law, history, civil polity, and political economy at Hamilton. During the twelve years he held this position he systemized and extended the course and study of law, and oversaw the incorporation of Hamilton Law School in 1855. In 1858, Dwight accepted an appointment from the newly established Columbia Law School to serve as professor of municipal law. Dwight eventually became Dean of Columbia Law School and was active in the teaching of law until his retirement in 1891. Though he rarely acted as counsel, Dwight was involved in many aspects of the law. Along with lecturing in Constitutional Law at Cornell University (1869-1871) and Amherst College (1870-1872), Dwight was also appointed to a committee which examined the New York prison system, served as the President of the New York State Prison Association, and worked as the associate editor of the American Law Register.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      legal papers and lecture notes

      Restrictions

      None

      Architectural Drawings Collection (0000.011)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Photographs Prints, Paintings, Drawings Maps, Plans

      Extent

      5 Flat Boxes; 3 Folios; 1 Shelf; 2 Framed Items;28 3'' Tubes and 1 6" Tube

      Description

      Architectural drawings, photographs, etchings, watercolors of various buildings on the Hamilton College campus and surrounding area; in map cabinet: 0000.11.8.1 & 2 Chapel Drawings, Squire's House, Brandt-Gryphon House, Science Building Floor Plans and Elevations, Drawings of Benedict, Rummel print. Colored print of chapel by Vanalstyne added to NES-38 (from unsorted boxes) on 10/20/04.

      Restrictions

      none

      Map Collection (0000.012)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Maps, Plans

      Extent

      2 Folios; 5 3'' tubes and 6 6" tubes; 1 Framed Item

      Description

      contains maps of Hamilton College and surrounding area, New York State, United States: Campus - General, c.1995, c. 1941, c.1950 - 1960, c.1950, 1960, 1933, Deeds, plotting of, 1959, Campus - Water Lines, Hydrants, Valves and Connections, 1930, College & surrounding area, 1962 [scanned], Deeds, plotting of - College lands & adjoining property 18th Century-1921, Trees Growing on campus, 1949, Trail map of Kirkland Glen, 2002, Arboretum tour with maps [c.2004], Campus, c. 1875, 1868, 1853, c. 1880, Kirkland College, Bristol Road - Hawthorn Farm, 1943, College Hill Road - South, 1956, North College Street, 1861, Griffin Road - South, 1928, Kirkland, Topographical, Clinton, 19th Century, Utica-1832, Arkansas, Rio Del Norte, Rio Gila; Rummel print; 2 modern photocopies of Western part of the State of New York, including Oriskany Creek (Kirkland and Dean Purchase drawn in), added 6/19/14.

      Restrictions

      Most maps in tubes are restricted, permission of archivist required

      Brownell Family Papers (0000.013)

      Biographical Information

      John J. Henry Dwight Brownell, Hamilton College class of 1843, was born c. 1821 and died in Sauquoit, NY on 21 March 1892. Albert E. Brownell, 1839 - 1886, was involved with the Costa Rican Rail Road industry and was a Consular Agent in the same nation. Minor C. Keith, capitalist, RRs and Bananas, Costa Rica Minor Cooper Keith was born in Brooklyn, NY on 19 January 1848 and died 14 June 1929. He was in the lumber business until 1870, the cattle business for 2 years, then the railroad industry in Costa Rica in 1872. In 1899 Keith organized the United Fruit Company. Keith was involved with the following firms in the course of life: Premier Gold Mining Company (Vice President); St. Andrews Bay Lumber Company; Guatemala Central Railroad Co.; International Railway of Central America; Empire Trust Co. (Director); Royal Geographic Society (Fellow); Museum of American Indian (Trustee); Heye Foundation.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Photographs Ephemera

      Extent

      1/2 Box

      Description

      personal and business correspondences regarding business in Costa Rica, in three folders: Folder 1: letters of A.E. Brownell to various people, letters of Henry Brownell (Hamilton College class of 1843), and letters of various other members of the Brownell family; Folder 2: "Misc. letters; Letters Minor C. Keith to J.J. Brownell; Cost Rican RR"; Folder 3: "Primarily: Minor C. Keith to A.E. Brownell c. 1886; business accounts".

      Restrictions

      None

      Elihu Root Papers (0000.014)

      Biographical Information

      H.C. Class of 1864 U.S. Sec of War U.S. Sec of State U.S. Senator from NY Lawyer Elihu Root was born in Clinton, NY on 15 February 1845 and died in New York, NY on 6 February 1937. He attended Hamilton College (A.B., 1864, A.M. in course, 1867) and University Law School of New York. He served in the following positions: Member Alaskan Boundary Tribunal; United States District Attorney, Southern New York, 1883 - 85; Secretary of War, 1899 - 1904; Secretary of State, 1905 - 09; U.S. Senator from New York, 1909 - 15; Senior Counsel for the U.S., North Atlantic Fisheries Arbitration, The Hague, 1910; Ambassador at Head of Special Diplomatic Mission to Russia, 1917. Root was awarded the following: Nobel Peace Prize, 1912; Roosevelt Memorial Medal for Administration of Public Office, 1924; Woodrow Wilson Foundation Medal and Prize for Services to Peace, 1926. He was a member of the following organizations: British Academy; Istitut de droit International; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Commission of International Justice appointed by Council of League of Nations to prepare plans for a permanent Court of International Justice; Commissioner Plenipotentiary for the U.S. in International Conference on the Limitation of Armaments; Committee of Experts convened at Geneva 1929 to revise Statute of Permanent Court.

      Contents

      Maps, Plans, photographs, papers

      Extent

      30 Boxes; 1 Folio; 1 3" 3' and 1 6" 3' Tube; 2.7 cubic ft box; 7 Cataloged Photograph Albums (2 cubic feet); one wooden box; 12 photograph albums; two folios; 2 unframed photographs; 1 diploma tube; 3 scrapbooks; 10 framed photographs; 2 rolled items; 1 additional items

      Description

      maps, architectural drawings, photographs, and personal papers of Elihu Root, 1904 -- 1930 Contains the unofficial correspondence of Elihu Root (Family and Official Papers are held in the Library of Congress). Extensive collection of personal correspondence and correspondence related to his office-holding and various public appointments and activities, these include: Chair of the New York State Constitutional Convention; 1917 Mission to Russia; Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Metropolitan Museum of Art; New York Public Library; legal cases in which he served as counsel. Collection also includes a substantial number of photographs, and a folder of approximately 40 letters from Theodore Roosevelt, plus about 6 letters from Root to Theodore Roosevelt (0000.14.37).

      Restrictions

      None

      William Sloane Papers (0000.015)

      Biographical Information

      Professor of English, Dickinson College H.C. Class of 1932 William Sloane, Jr. was born on 13 March 1910 in Glasgow, Scotland and died on 3 November 1977. He attended Hamilton College (A.B., 1932) and Columbia University (A.M. and Ph.D.) Sloane was a member of the faculties of Hamilton College, St. Francis College, Russell Sage College, and for 30 years, Professor of English at Dickinson College. At Dickinson he held the Martha P. Sellers Chair in English and served as the department chair from 1954 - 6. In 1958 he was a Folger Shakespeare Library Fellow. Dr. Sloane is the author of Children's Books in England and America in the 17th Century

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Books, Publications

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      letters, 1934 -- 40 freshmen year journals Contains correspondence and other memorabilia of William Sloane, Jr. The majority of the professional correspondence concern Sloane's post-baccalaureate experience in obtaining a teaching position c. 1934, following the completion of his Master's degree. Also included is personal and professional correspondence with Hamilton College faculty, administrators, and alumni, 1934 - 40, and his freshman year journals.

      Restrictions

      Not to be open until the year 2000, opened 23 May 2001

      Horace H. Bogue Clothing Collection (0000.016)

      Biographical Information

      H.C. Class of 1897 distributor of farm machinery owned chain of stores in Nebraska Horace H. Bogue was born 20 October ,1874, in Avon, NY, and died 16 March, 1966, in Seattle, WA. He attended Hamilton College (A.B., 1897 and A.M. in course, 1900). Until 1918 he was with a deprtment Store in Alliance, NE; from 1918 until the Depression he was in the hardware business in Seattle. During the Depression Bogue owned and operated a ranch in eastern Washington. He returned to Seattle and operated a dairy equipment business until his retirement in 1949. After his retirement he traveled extensively in Europe, Asia, South America, Australia, and New Zealand.

      Contents

      Clothing

      Extent

      0.875 cubic feet

      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.

      Restrictions

      None

      Henry T. Maijgren Papers (0000.017)

      Biographical Information

      Pres. Electro-Surgical Instruments Co. of Rochester H.C. VP Investments H.C.Trustee H.C. Class of 1932 Henry T. Maijgren was born in Rochester, NY in 1909 and died in Clinton, NY on 4 December 1971. He attended Hamilton College (A.B., 1932) and University of Pennsylvania (M.B.A., 1934). Maijgren was on the investment staff of the University of Rochester until 1957, rising to Assistant Treasurer. He then joined Franklin Cole & Co. and later Vice President of the Bank of New York. In 1966 he assumed the presidency of Electro-Surgical Instrument Co. A year before his death he became the Vice President for Investments at Hamilton College. Maijgren was also a trustee of Hamilton College, 1963 - 65 and 1969 - 71.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Books, Publications

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      trustee and VP material on Investments, and other college documents: Contains Board of Trustees material (investment, endowment, The Kirkland Fund, meeting minutes, Minor Fund) of the periods he served as a trustee and Vice President; assorted papers regarding Bank of New York; information on the H.C. Survey on Admissions (1939), Curriculum (1940), Student Personnel Administration (1944). Added 9/12/2013 from DKE fraternity records: Life Insurance Policy in Henry Maijgren's name with Delta Kappa Epsilon as beneficiary, with correspondence between Gordon M. Hayes (class of 1941) and Provident Mutual.

      Restrictions

      None

      William Washington Farwell Papers (0000.018)

      Biographical Information

      H.C. Class of 1837 Chief Justice of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois Professorof Equity Jurisprudence and Practice, Union College of Law (later Northwestern Univ.), Chicago William Washington Farwell was born in Morrisville, NY, on 5 January, 1817, and died on 3 April, 1894 in Chicago, IL. After graduating with the Hamilton College class of 1837, Farwell studied law under O.P. Granger of Morrisville and with Polter and Spaulding of Buffalo, NY. He was admitted to the New York State bar in 1841 and, after practicing law in Morrisville from 1850-1854, Granger moved his practice to Chicago. He was appointed judge for the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, in June 1870, a position he held for nine years. From 1880 until his death in 1894, Granger served as professor of equity, jurisprudence, and practice in the Chicago Union College of Law, which would later become Northwestern University.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Photographs

      Extent

      14 letters, 1 photograph

      Description

      personal letters 1834 -- 1862 (bulk 1848 -- 50) describes trip to California photograph of W.W. Farwell This collection contains correspondence primarily from W.W. Farwell to his father, brother, and a friend during the 1840s and 50s, including W.W. Farwell's journey to California during the Gold Rush. Also included is a copy of a photograph of W.W. Farwell and a modern map of the route he took to California. October 3, 1831 to parents from Hamilton College April 12, 1834 to father from Hamilton College 8 June 1848 To Father, Ottawa, IL (Transcript available) 10 June 1848 To Father, Chicago, IL (T) 20 March 1849, To B.F. Farewell, Chicago, IL, CA (T) 19 October 1849, To B.F. Farewell, San Francisco, CA (T) 19 October 1849, To DeWolfe, San Francisco, CA (T) 13 July 1850, To Father, San Francisco, CA 5 September, 1850, To Father, At Sea (T) 5 October 1850, To Father, Panama (T) 8 November 1850, To Father, New York, NY (T) 2 August 1853, To W.W. Farwell, From A.S. Warner, Sam Abbott, DH Frost, Hamilton, NY 11 April 1862, To Father (John), Chicago, IL (T only) Fragment June 8, 1881 to Edward North (professor at Hamilton College) from Chicago

      Restrictions

      None

      Darling -- Ibbotson Papers (0000.019)

      Biographical Information

      A.F. Darling and Henry Darling are the grandparents of Joseph Darling Ibbotson, Professor of English and Hebrew, Librarian of the College. A.F. Darling Ibbotson and Henry Ibbotson are the parents of Joseph Darling Ibbotson, Sr., who married Mary Dunscomb; their son Joseph Darling Ibbotson, Jr., was Class of 1890 at Hamilton College, and later Professor of English and Hebrew and Librarian at the College. Joseph Darling Ibbotson, Jr.'s necrology is published in the Alumni Review: vol. XVII July 1952 No. 5 p. 228. Additional information and correspondence by Professor Ibbotson are located in the Class of 1890 file (Hamilton College Archives). Included in this file is a Journal Entry by Henry Ibbotson of his travels from New York City to Buffalo.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1/2 Box

      Description

      personal correspondence, 1822-1851: Contains correspondence primarily among A.F. Darling Ibbotson, Thomas Darling, Sr. (father of A.F. Darling Ibbotson), and Henry Ibbotson (husband of A.F. Darling Ibbotson). Additional senders and receivers include: A.F. Darling Ibbotson's brothers, Thomas, Jr., and Joseph F.; A.F. Darling Ibbotson's sisters, Clara, Susan, and Henrietta; and A.F. Darling Ibbotson's mother, Frances.

      Restrictions

      None

      Philip Rogers Papers (0000.020)

      Biographical Information

      Hamilton College class of 1930 (AB and MA), Hamilton College faculty 1937-1967, chairman of Biology Dept., professor emeritus

      Contents

      Books, Publications

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      thesis, dissertation, and articles by Rogers; other publications. Master's thesis: The Question of Sex Specificity and the Prevention of the Formation of Castrate Cells in the Anterior Pituitary Gland, by Philip V. Rogers, Hamilton College, 1933 Doctoral dissertation: Changes in Electrical Potential During the Oestrous Cycle of Normal and Experimental Rats, by Philip V. Rogers, Yale University, 1937 (Ham Coll HMA R63 no. 6) Atlas of Cat Anatomy CUEBS [Commission on Undergraduate Education in the Biological Sciences], many issues from 1965 and 1966 BSCS Newsletter [Biological Sciences Curriculum Study], 11 issues from mid-1960s Reprints of several articles by other people Multiple reprints of articles by Philip Rogers (also catalogued in Alumni Collection) A few biology-related texts The Rudens of Plautus, with a translation by Cleveland K. Chase, Hamilton College, 1919 (also catalogued in Hamilton Collection)

      Restrictions

      None

      Rogers Estate Papers (0000.021)

      Biographical Information

      Philip V. Rogers, Hamilton College class of 1930 (AB and MA), Hamilton College faculty 1937-1967, chairman of Biology Dept., professor emeritus; sold house and gave land to college in 1994 (Rogers Estate, formerly Hawthorn Farm); father Charles B. Rogers, class of 1887, was an educator in Clinton

      Contents

      Books, Publications Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Photographs Prints, Paintings, Drawings Maps, Plans Ephemera Sound Recordings

      Extent

      4 boxes

      Description

      Box 1: WW I and II newspaper clippings Box 2: scrapbook, receipts, art prints, magazines--'20s & '30s, 1879 sermon Box 3: photographs, correspondence, schoolwork of A. Fitzpatrick & P. Rogers Box 4: 2 records, correspondence, articles, photographs, travel guides

      Restrictions

      None

      Hamilton College Concert Programs -- Choral: 1950s and 1960s (0000.022)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      Bulletins of Choral Concerts under the direction of Prof. Baldwin, 1950s and 1960s

      Restrictions

      None

      Arts at Hamilton: 1970s (0000.023)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      4 volumes of newspaper clippings of various articles about art and music at Hamilton College

      Restrictions

      None

      Plaques of European Fascists (0000.024)

      Biographical Information

      Trustee

      Contents

      Plaques

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      15 plaques of European fascists

      Restrictions

      None

      Memoranda to Hamilton Faculty: 1969-75 (0000.025)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      Various memoranda to Hamilton College faculty: 1969-75.

      Restrictions

      None

      Hamilton College Concert Programs: 1984-88 (0000.026)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      Various music concert programs at Hamilton College: 1984-88. A few theater programs.

      Restrictions

      None

      Charlatans and H.C. Theater Collection (0000.027)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      Programs from theater productions including those by the Charlatans. most programs date to the early 1900s; some date to the mid-1800s. Also materials through 1979, a history of the Charlatans, and cast photos.

      Restrictions

      None

      Sidney B. Bennett, Civil Pilot Training Program Correspondence (0000.028)

      Biographical Information

      Sidney B. Bennett was an administrator at Hamilton College (mid-20th century); he also administered the CAA War Training Program at Hamilton

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      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.

      Restrictions

      None

      Hamilton Life: 1902-6, 11-14, 24-33, 33-36 (0000.029)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Books, Publications

      Extent

      2 Boxes

      Description

      Hamilton Life,a weekly publication of Hamilton College issues from 1902, 1903-6, 1911-14, 1924-33, 1936-39

      Restrictions

      None

      Root Art Center: Scrapbooks (0000.030)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Photographs

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      4 volumes of scrapbooks (newspaper clippings and photographs)

      Restrictions

      None

      Root Art Center: Records (0000.031)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      4 Boxes

      Description

      the records of the Root Art Center: 1959-82

      Restrictions

      None

      Tau Kappa Epsilon Collection (0000.032)

      Biographical Information

      fraternity at Hamilton College

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Books, Publications

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      LXS constitution, 1930 petition to charter, 1956 guide, history, 1949 minutes, issue of the national magazine of the society. Added 10/10/2002: 5 copies of The Teke Guide, 1995; 3 copies of The Teke Guide, 1999; 9 copies of The Pathway to Apollo, 1996; The Teke (newsletter), spring 2002, winter 2002, 2003; 1 gold membership badge; 1 pledge pin; 3 membership certificates; 1 covenant; 1 copy of fall, 2002, chapter newsletter (Alpha Iota chapter), 1997 colony charter, brochures, letters, book; 4 buttons, matchbook. Added 10/25/2010 (not restricted): one folder of documents (labeled Alpha Iota Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon Alumni Association, Inc.) related to the funds that went to TKE in 1970 as a settlement when Bundy was developed, and then disbursed as a gift to the college in 1980.

      Restrictions

      restricted to Tau Kappa Epsilon members

      Phi Beta Kappa Collection (0000.033)

      Biographical Information

      academic honor society

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      2 Boxes

      Description

      membership listings, correspondence from Frank Lorenz, GPAs of candidates for membership, financial records, delegates manuals See also box of Phi Beta Kappa keys in Letters and Memorabilia, 0000.187.3. Folder added 6/13/06: Epsilon of N.Y. Constitution and By Laws. 3 folders added 9/12/06 from Steve Orvis (president). Added 1/29/10: pamphlet Phi Beta Kappa Key, vol. IV; Annals 1934; bound Key Reporter, 1936-47 and 1959-67 (withdrawn). Added 10/8/14: two more volumes of the Key Reporter; pamphlet Phi Beta Kappa Records.

      Restrictions

      0000.33.1 FERPA

      Theta Delta Chi Collection (0000.034)

      Biographical Information

      Theta Delta Chi is a fraternity at Hamilton College

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Books, Publications

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      guest book and membership book of Theta Delta Chi also included are miscellaneous books and publications unrelated to the society, including The History of Oneida County

      Restrictions

      None

      Friends of Root Glen Records (0000.035)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      membership, botanical information, correspondences, all from the 1960s; including maps of the plantings in the Root Glen (folder #4); Story of the Root Glen (folder #6)

      Restrictions

      None

      Root Glen Collection (0000.036)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Photographs

      Extent

      2 Boxes

      Description

      Botanical information, records of the Root Glen Advisory Committee, correspondences, Journals (1905-1933, 1939-1953), miscellaneous material [added 1/05: article on Root Glen from August 28, 1966, Utica Observer-Dispatch, donated by Richard Williams]. Includes journal with photographs used for display in Grant Garden.

      Restrictions

      None

      Hamilton College Alumni Association Collection (0000.037)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      correspondence and papers from the 1930s and early 1940s

      Restrictions

      None

      Alexander Bryan Johnson Collection (0000.038)

      Biographical Information

      (1786-1867) American philosopher and semanticist; born in England of Dutch-Jewish ancestry; immigrated in 1801; settled in Utica; achieved wealth and prominence as a banker; published works on politics, economics, banking, moralistic tales for the young, philosophy [adapted from Rynin, see below]; Hon. degree 1832

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      3 Boxes

      Description

      letters, family records and history, personal items, publications added 8/23/02 (withdrawn from Alumni Collection): Review of A Treatise on Language, by Lancelot Law Whyte Article On A.B. Johnson, by David Rynin A Treatise on Language, by A.B. Johnson Added 9/29/09 to 0000.038.3: 6 more bound reviews or letters about A.B. Johnson's Treatise on Language, by the Times Literary Supplement, I.A. Richards, H.R. Walpole, Irving J. Lee, and Stillman Drake.

      Restrictions

      None

      James T. Dunn and J.C. Valentine Collection (0000.039)

      Biographical Information

      J.T. Dunn, Class of 1936 J.C. Valentine, Class of 1925

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      lecture notes from Hamilton classes lecture material of Prof. John Blyth translation of The Memoirs of Huda Shacrawi by Prof. Margot Badran

      Restrictions

      None

      N.J. Gerold Collection (0000.040)

      Biographical Information

      N.J. Gerold (1919 - 1986) Ph.D., Cornell University Stone Professor of Biology at Hamilton College (1951-79)

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      2 Boxes

      Description

      class notes and grade books

      Restrictions

      FERPA

      A.S.T.P. Personnel Forms (0000.041)

      Biographical Information

      military training program at Hamilton College during World War II

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      personnel forms and language examinations 1941-3

      Restrictions

      FERPA

      John R. Mattingly Papers (0000.042)

      Biographical Information

      John R. Mattingly (1902 - 94) Ph.D., Yale University Professor of Latin at Hamilton College, 1931 - 72

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      lecture notes, typescripts of academic papers professional and personal correspondences student exams and papers

      Restrictions

      FERPA

      Walter Pilkington Collection (0000.043)

      Biographical Information

      Librarian at Hamilton College

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Film, Video

      Extent

      4 Boxes, 1 folio; 2 drawers

      Description

      typed manuscripts: The Book of the Presidents Presidents' and Daughters are Seldom Careerists correspondence index cards research notes on Hamilton College: A Histrory; Journals of Samuel Kirkland Added to 0000.43.1: donation by Dorothy Pilkington --10 copies of her late husband's keepsake booklets on college buildings and a copy of a 1995 Clinton Historical Society newsletter detailing the history of the bell given by Hamilton College to Clinton Grammar School, according to Walter Pilkington's keepsake The Chapel [10/20/04]

      Restrictions

      None

      John S. Gambs Papers (0000.044)

      Biographical Information

      John S. Gambs (1899-1986) Ph.D., Columbia University Professor at Hamilton (1954-67)

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Books, Publications

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      material related to Association for Evolutionary Economics (AFEE) (formerly called Wardman Group): reports, history, minutes of meetings, pamphlets, correspondence from the 1960s and 70s; academic papers

      Restrictions

      None

      Library Collection (0000.045)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Maps, Plans

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      Library correspondence: 1950s-90s; additional items from the early 1800s; material from the Faculty Committee on the Library; history of the library

      Restrictions

      None

      Frederick W. Putnam Papers, Putnam Collection of Misc. Mss. (0000.046)

      Biographical Information

      H.C. Honorary degree 1908 Frederick Wallace Putnam was born in Truxton, New York, on 12 October, 1856. He graduated from the University Medical College in New York City in 1880 and moved to Binghamton, New York, to practice medicine. Putnam served as president of the Broome County Medical Society in 1886 and co-founded and became vice president of the New York State Medical Association in 1894. Putnam devoted much of his life to compiling a history of Broome County and also collected documents and memorabilia from Hamilton College. Hamilton College conferred an honorary degree of Master of Arts on Putnam in 1908 and Putnam later established the Putnam Prize in American History, which is given annually to a Hamilton College senior. Obituary in 1940 Alumni Review.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      personal correspondence (mostly to universities, libraries, historical societies, and other institutions): 1890s-1910s; some personal letters from the 1860s; assorted pamphlets. Added 1/29/2008: The Putnam Collection of Miscellaneous Manuscripts (0000.46.2), including an assortment of letters, legal documents, and engravings dated between 1760 and 1913. Highlights include an indenture document from 1838, Colby College newspaper clippings and correspondence, and a letter marked "private" from Jackson to Martin Van Buren.

      Restrictions

      None

      Arthur Levitt Collection (0000.047)

      Biographical Information

      H.C. Honorary degree 1979 NYS Comptroller Arthur Levitt was born 28 June, 1900, in Brooklyn, NY, and died in 1980. Levitt enlisted as a private in World War I prior to attending Columbia College, from which he graduated in 1921. After graduating from Columbia University Law School in 1924, Levitt became active in civic and charitable affairs in Brooklyn. He served in the United States Army again in World War II as a captain in the JAG Corps, and then continued his career as public servant when he served as on the New York State Board of Education from 1952-54. Levitt was elected to his first of six terms as New York State Comptroller in 1954, a position he held for 24 years. Hamilton College conferred an honorary degree on Levitt in 1979 and, after his death in 1980, the Levitt family donated funds to establish the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center at Hamilton College.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Sound Recordings Books, Publications Ephemera Photographs

      Extent

      3 Boxes

      Description

      Collection of material related to Arthur Levitt including transcripts and audio tapes of speeches, newspaper clippings, photographs, an oral history project interview of Levitt, NYS budget reports, Levitt's book: Watchdog for the People: A History of the Comptrollership of New York State; various awards. Added 11/30/06: 0000.47.4, framed portrait (pen and ink?; undated but reproduced in materials from 1989), formerly hanging on the wall of the Levitt Center (replaced by sign which incorporates portrait)--added to North Wall oversized location with box of other items

      Restrictions

      None

      Walter Beinecke, Jr. Collection (0000.048)

      Biographical Information

      H.C. Honorary degree 1966 H.C. Life Trustee Walter Beinecke, Jr., was born 20 February, 1918, in Manhattan, NY, and died 23 May, 2004, in Nantucket, MA. Beinecke enlisted in the merchant marines at age 15 and, though he never attended college, eventually served as an executive for S&H Green Stamp Company. He was elected to the Hamilton College Board of Trustees in 1960, a position he held until his death, and was awarded an honorary degree from Hamilton in 1966. While serving as the Chairman of the Hamilton Trustee Committee on Planning, he was instrumental in the planning and building of Kirkland College, where he was appointed as a trustee in 1968. During his life, Beinecke made substantial donations to the Rare Book Collections of Hamilton College and Yale University. A shrewd businessman, Beinecke was also instrumental in the revitalization and restoration of the island of Nantucket, eventually being awarded the National Historic Preservation Award by President Reagan in 1989.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      Correspondence and other material from the 1960s to the 1990s related to the Beinecke West Indies Collection at H.C., Trustees and Trustee committees, gifts to the college, H.C. Library, and an oral history project interview of Beinecke

      Restrictions

      None

      Samuel Hopkins Adams Collection (0000.049)

      Biographical Information

      S.H. Adams, 1871-1958; H.C. Class of 1891; created the Average Jones stories, which Howard Haycraft pronounced, "well above the level of their era, both in conception and style." (Haycraft 1968, p. 100.) Adams was an important member of the staffs of McClure's and Collier's magazines during the muckraking days and was active in exposing medical frauds and instrumental in bringing about the Pure Food and Drug Act (1906). Adams used fictional settings in a long series of books dealing with the American background and such issues as dishonest journalism (The Clarion, 1914) and the Harding administration scandals (Revelry, 1926).

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Photographs Books, Publications

      Extent

      3 Boxes; 1 drawer

      Description

      collection of materials related to S.H. Adams and his family including Myron Adams, Samuel Hopkins, Samuel Miles Hopkins; correspondence, books, photographs

      Restrictions

      None

      Clinton, NY, Weather Data Collection, collected by Leroy Crane, class of 1933 (0000.050)

      Biographical Information

      H.C. Class of 1933

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box; 2 Posterboard charts

      Description

      2 binders containing weather data of Clinton, NY (1971-91) compiled by Leroy Crane

      Restrictions

      None

      W. Lawrence Gulick Papers regarding merger of Hamilton and Kirkland Colleges (0000.051)

      Biographical Information

      H.C. Class of 1952 Ph.D., Princeton University 1975-79 Dean, H.C. 1979-81 Professor, H.C. President, St. Lawrence University Scholar-in-Residence, University of Delaware

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      Correspondence regarding the merger of Hamilton and Kirkland Colleges

      Restrictions

      Restricted for 25 years; restriction now lifted. E-mail from W. Lawrence Gulick, 2/24/2005, confirms lifting of restriction: The materials which I delivered to Ralph Stenstrom (the Librarian) and Frank Lorenz (then Archivist) in 1989 consist of documents and correspondence relevant to the merger of Kirkland and Hamilton. I judged it best if the materials remained private until a twenty-five year period had elapsed, beginning with the formal merger in 1979. Accordingly, the restriction may now be lifted, a date I made plain in my transmittal letter to Mr. Stenstrom. Four years ago Mr. Lorenz and I agreed that it would be useful for me to make an effort to organize the materials, and so I spent three days on the Hill, adding dated explanatory notes when it seemed useful so to do. You should know that some former Kirkland faculty who continue to serve Hamilton are quite likely to be disturbed by some of the contents. Indeed, the restriction was intended to make minimum the bitterness that accompanied the merger. Use judgment. Best wishes, W. Lawrence Gulick

      John T. Bissell Collection (0000.052)

      Biographical Information

      John T. Bissell, H.C. Class of 1915 John TerBush Bissell was born in Pittsburgh, PA, on 18 November, 1893, and died in Carmel, CA, on 14 July, 1976. After graduating from Hamilton College with the class of 1915, Bissell attended the United States Military Academy at West Point. He graduated in 1917 and was commissioned as a second lieutenant. Until the conclusion of World War I, Bissell served with distinction in France, earning the Croix de Guerre from the French government for his service in the Battle of Aisne. After graduating from l'Ecole d'Artillerie in Fountainbleau, France, Bissell returned to West Point to teach French in 1924. He attended the Command and General Staff School and Army War College and later served as a Professor of Military Science and Tactics at Princeton University. During World War II, Bissell served as commander of the 112th Armored Field Artillery Group and earned the Legion of Merit and the Bronze Star for his service in the Battle of the Bulge. Bissell was eventually promoted to Brigadier General in December, 1944, and retired from service in 1946.

      Contents

      medals

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      awards and medals from World War I and World War II military service

      Restrictions

      None

      J. Martin Carovano Papers; correspondence with Coleman Burke '34 re merger (0000.053)

      Biographical Information

      J.M. Carovano, President of H.C., 1974-88 Coleman Burke, Chairman, Board of Trustees of H.C. John Martin Carovano was born in Tacoma, WA, on 9 May, 1935. After graduating from Pomona College in 1957, Carovano attended University of California at Berkeley (Master's in Economics, 1961, Ph.D. in Economics, 1965). Carovano came to Hamilton College in 1963 as an Instructor, and later Associate Professor of Economics. He received an honorary LL.D from Hamilton in 1974. After serving as Provost from 1971-1974, and Acting President from 1973-1974, he became President of Hamilton College in 1974, a position he held until stepping down in 1988. In addition to his years of service at Hamilton, Carovano served in the United States Army on active duty or active reserve from 1957-1961. He also worked for the United States Treasury as a financial economist (1968-1969), and served as the Director of Hayes National Bank (1976-1980).

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Film, Video

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      Correspondence to J.M. Carovano and Coleman Burke regarding the merger of Hamilton and Kirkland Colleges, also includes newspaper clippings, and videotapes. Videotapes of student protests (11/86) copied to DVD in April, 2005. Videotapes and DVDs retained.

      Restrictions

      None

      Frederick Carlos Ferry Papers (0000.054)

      Biographical Information

      F.C. Ferry (1868-1956) Ph.D., Clark University, 1898 L.L.D., Hamilton College, 1917 Professor of Mathematics and Dean of the College, Williams College President of H.C., 1917-38

      Contents

      Degree

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      Baccalaureate Sermons and other addresses; papers on the educational goals of the college; honorary degree from H.C.; letters from Norway (1898-9); letters to Wallace B. Johnson (1930s); correspondence from 1917

      Restrictions

      None

      Edward Fitch Papers (0000.055)

      Biographical Information

      E. Fitch (1864-1946) A.B. (1886), A.M. (1889), L.H.D. (1934), H.C. Dr.Phil. (1896), University of Goettingen Professor of Greek, H.C., 1889-34 (Edward North Professor, 1904-34) Dean of the College, H.C., 1922-32 first editor of the Hamilton Alumni Review

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      letters from the 1920s

      Restrictions

      None

      Ezra Pound Collection (0000.056)

      Biographical Information

      H.C. Class of 1905 Writer, Poet

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Books, Publications

      Extent

      5 Boxes; 2 Drawers

      Description

      Obituaries of E. Pound; personal correspondence from Saunders Collection; publications; miscellaneous material related to E. Pound

      Restrictions

      None

      Melancthon Woolsey Stryker Papers (0000.057)

      Biographical Information

      President of H.C., 1892-17 died 1929, aged 78

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.); Books, Publications

      Extent

      2 Boxes; 2 Drawers

      Description

      box 1:scrapbooks (2); retirement tributes; Rome Free Academy Yearbook (dedicated to Stryker) box 2: mss. of sermons and lectures, church publications; Corbula ms; The Song of Miriam ms 1 & 2 of 240 copies; The Great Dirge of Thomas de Celano 4 copies; H.C. Chapel Hymnal and Scripture Readings, 1892 box 3 (was drawer 1): Pastor's Register: sermons delivered, baptisms, marriages, funerals, etc -- 1873-1924; lecture notes from the Auburn Theological Seminary; mss. of sermons, outlines of sermons; English Flag box 4,A&B (was drawer 2): sermons; essays; correspondence; diplomas, buff and blue pennant Added 6/2/05, to 0000.57.2, from Molly Root house: Bible inscribed by Stryker, with notes on some of the blank pages (every other page is blank) More material in Class of 1972 and Presidential files, including (in the latter) biography of Stryker by Katharine S. Bingham (granddaughter of MW Stryker)

      Restrictions

      None

      Charles Lafayette Todd Papers (0000.058)

      Biographical Information

      H.C., Class of 1933 Upson Professor of Rhetoric, H.C.

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Books, Publications

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      publications (includes local history articles, clippings, poems); biographical materials; personal correspondence

      Restrictions

      None

      Andrew C. White Papers (0000.059)

      Biographical Information

      H.C. Class of 1881

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Photographs

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      Class of 1881 reports and history; autograph book; diaries (1882, 1883); photograph album; personal correspondence

      Restrictions

      None

      David Worcester Collection (0000.060)

      Biographical Information

      U.S. Navy Officer President of H.C., 1945-7

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      1 Box

      Description

      speeches (typescript); mss; personal and official correspondence; navy records; material related to the David Worcester Memorial Fund

      Restrictions

      None

      Saunders Family Papers (0000.061)

      Biographical Information

      Arthur Percy Saunders (1869-1953), dean of H.C., chemist and horticulturalist Louise Brownell Saunders (1870-1961), educator Silvia Saunders (1901-1994), daughter of A.P. Saunders, commercial artist,

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Maps, Plans Books, Publications Photographs Sound Recordings

      Extent

      40 Boxes; 1 Small Box

      Description

      personal and professional correspondence particularly in conjunction with the Saunders' horticultural business; diaries; and research notes on peony hybridization. Includes ms. poetry of James Agee and Richard Eberhart. Correspondents include J. Agee, R. Eberhart, Ezra Pound, Elihu Root and family, B.F. Skinner, and Alexander Woollcott. Also includes letters from Susy Clemens to Louise Brownell. Family members represented include A.P. Saunders, L.B. Saunders, and Silvia Saunders. Some family photos in AP Saunders notebooks 108 and 114 in box 0000.61.16.

      Restrictions

      None

      Alpha Delta Phi Archives (0000.062)

      Biographical Information

      fraternity founded at Hamilton College in 1832 by Samuel Eells

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Books, Publications pins

      Extent

      11 Boxes; 2 File cabinets (8 drawers); 1 Small Box

      Description

      Correspondence of the fraternity, convention minutes, traveling secretaries' reports, publications, literary prize mss., and other national records; together with records (chiefly 1800s) of chapters at City College of NY, Hobart, Western Reserve, and Yale Universities. For more Alpha Delta Phi information, see alumni file on Samuel Eells, class of 1832. Added 7/06: New Testament (with notes in Romans) belonging to Francis Bagley, 1870, and Charles Eells, 1874, both members of Alpha Delta Phi. No longer in College Archives; now in possession of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity on campus.

      Restrictions

      Restricted. Contact http://hamilton.alphadeltaphi.org for permission.

      Hamilton College Diploma Collection (0000.063)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Diploma

      Extent

      3 Boxes; 8 Flat Items; 6 Items

      Description

      Diplomas granted by H.C., 1815-1912 Honorary Degree Diplomas assorted citations, college and non-college

      Restrictions

      None

      Burke Library Architecture Collection (0000.064)

      Biographical Information

      Burke is the main library of H.C., completed in 1972

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.) Maps, Plans

      Extent

      2 Boxes, 1 flat item

      Description

      records on the planning and construction of the library, college committees and correspondence with the architect

      Restrictions

      None

      Applications for Admission, Classes of 1907-1944 (0000.065)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      9 Boxes

      Description

      Applications for admission to H.C., 1907-44; arranged by class year and alphabetical (applications for admission for classes from 1950-1976 in additional boxes, restricted under FERPA).

      Restrictions

      FERPA

      Student Academic Records, Classes of 1944-53 (0000.066)

      Biographical Information

      N/A

      Contents

      Textual records (letters, mss, etc.)

      Extent

      4 Boxes

      Description

      Student academic records, Classes of 1944-53. Also, in safe: Student Academic Records: 1950s, 60, 70s; Kirkland College Student Records

      Restrictions

      FERPA

      Charles B. Rogers Papers (0000.067)

      Biographical Information

      C.B. Rogers (1865-1937), son of Publius Virgilius Rogers '46 H.C. Class of 1887 (3 years, then transferred to Harvard A.B. '88); A.M. (1894, H.C.) L.L.D. (1928, H.C.); Elected: Trustee, 1899; Treasurer, 1904; Chairman of the Board: First Bank and Trust Company, and later, First Citizens Bank and Trust Company, Utica, NY; 1892, Lecturer, Finance at H.C. Charles Butler Rogers was born in Utica, NY, on 23 January, 1865, and died on 22 December, 1937, in Clinton, NY. Rogers attended Hamilton College from 1883-1886, when he transferred to Harvard University. After graduating in 1888, he attended the University of Berlin from 1888-1889, then began work as a clerk with the First National Bank of Utica. He was named assistant cashier in 1893, was promoted to vice-president of the bank in 1894, and succeeded his father, Publius Virgilius Rogers '46, as president in 1895. Rogers held that position until 1927 when he became chairman of the board of the First Bank and Trust Company, into which the First National Bank had merged. After another merger, Rogers finally became chairman of the board of the First Citizens Bank and Trust Company, a position he held until his death. In 1892, Rogers became a member of the faculty at Hamilton College as a lecturer on finance. He was awarded an M.A. by the institution in 1894 and an LL.D. in 1928. A loyal member of the Hamilton community, Rogers was elected to the Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee in 1899 and became its treasurer in 1904. For his devotion and generosity, he was named a trustee for life.



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      - (AP) (DC) 161 "Offspring" Winick/Eaglesham/Ramos 2003. Children suddenly become adult. The Zamorans (the Amazonian mates of the Guardians) return to aid Ganthet in raising the new Guardian children.
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      Clarence Burton Day Papers, 1901-1911 (0000.001)

      Biographical Information

      Missionary to China Professor in China and U.S. H.C. Class of 1911 Clarence Burton Day was born in American Fork, UT, on 1 September, 1889, and died in Duarte, CA, on 7 January, 1987. He was a graduate of Hamilton College, class of 1911. Following graduation he attended the San Francisco Theological Seminary and was ordained in 1914. He then spent a year as a research fellow at New College, Edinburgh, and Mansfield College, Oxfo