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This collections contains the papers of Professor of Religion Richard "Doc" Heaton.
Series I contains papers related to his work at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, including course materials, study abroad, departmental communication, and campus events.
Series II contains papers related to social and religious organizations, including FIGHT, the General Ordination Examinations of the Episcopal Church, and assorted local groups.
The collection is primarily made up of drafts and manuscript versions of Robert S. Jones' novels Force of Gravity (Viking, 1991) and Walking on Air (Houghton Mifflin, 1995). Also included are notebooks and date books, correspondence, newspapers and magazines, scrapbooks, loose photographs, and other miscellaneous items.
This collection contains the papers of Romana Lashewycz-Rubycz, most of which relate to her time as a professor of inorganic chemistry at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. The collection includes research grant proposals, student presentations and papers, publications, course notes, and handouts.
A collection of papers from 1910-1975 belonging to or regarding Rosalind A. Daniels WS '18, in one box. Contains 42 items in three folders, including event programs, miscellaneous papers, and photographs. Also included in the collection are three textbooks and three handwritten composition notebooks, all belonging to Daniels. There are 48 items in total.
The SAGA Corporation Records collection contains correspondence, employee handbooks, SAGA collectibles, SAGA publications, newspaper articles, health care documents, job descriptions, management materials, photographs, films, audio cassettes, and slides from the SAGA Corporation, a food service organization in operation from 1948 to 1986. SAGA was founded at Hobart and William Smith Colleges by three students in 1948.
This collection contains scapbooks by individual students and scrapbooks by or for college presidents and their families. Also included are scrapbooks of news clippings, of college history, of college records, of college organizations, of class reunions and news clippings from World War I.
This collection contains memorabilia and scrapbooks on the history of Sill House from 1939-1993. Included are photographs, stories, and letters that have been compiled into two scrapbooks, the first created in 1955 and an updated version from 1993. There are also drafts of the scrapbooks and information on the Sill House Reunion in 1993.
This Record Group contains Hobart and William Smith Colleges student publications. Many of these publications were short-lived, only producing a handful of issues. A few publications, however, had longer runs. Some issues have been bound and are shelved in the Geneva Collection. The call number for these bound copies has been noted.
This collection contains items relating primarily to the career of Theodore Tellefsen Odell and to some extent his wife, Elizabeth Herendeen Odell. Items include: correspondence, publications, photographs, newspaper articles, biographical materials, awards, honorary degrees, event programs, and academic memorabilia.
This collection largely consists of papers and speeches written by Thomas McBlain Steele and others related to political issues prominent in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s.
This collection contains the personal files and work of Toni Flores. Flores was a professor of Anthropology, Women's Studies, and American Studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. The majority of the documents in the collection, excluding the personal files, fall under one of the above topics. Most of the papers included in this collection were completed during the time she was at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
This small collection primarily contains items from Virginia C. Trimble's time at William Smith College in the early 1920s. Materials include William Smith College viewbooks, Pine yearbooks, postcards and greeting cards, and an examination book from 1923.
This collection contains the papers of Warren Hunting Smith, Hobart & William Smith trustee, editor of the Horace Walpole letters, and grand-nephew of William Smith, founder. The materials include voluminous personal and professional correspondence, manuscripts, programs, and assorted materials related to genealogical research. There is a large amount of collected articles and pamphlets on various topics, most notably Geneva history.
Collection includes pamphlets, scrapbook pages, correspondence, programs, schedule guides, playlists, posters, calendars, scripts, promotions, news releases, newspaper clippings, and other miscellaneous items.
Collection includes lacrosse balls, a paperweight, mugs, wooden carvings, a coin, a stamp, a small statue, posters, photographs, plaques, correspondence, newspaper clippings, awards, certificates, and material related to the William F. Scandling Memorial.