Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains informational student files created by the Hobart and William Smith Colleges Alumni and Alumnae Relations office. The files in this collection cover Geneva College, Hobart College, and William Smith College students who graduated between 1826 and 1930. Materials include newspaper clippings, articles, correspondence, information sheets, photographs, and some publications.
There are also a couple files on faculty and staff.
The Church family papers contain both personal and business correspondence, along with financial records, wills, newspaper clippings, and genealogical materials that span over a century.
A collection of Professor E. E. Griffith's personal papers, biographical materials, and materials regarding the Little Theatre, of which he was the Director. The collection spans the years 1946-1995.
This collection contains eight "brag books," or scrapbooks, including newspaper clippings, poems, prizes, programs and correspondence from publishers and fans. There are also two binders, one of songs written by Hunt with correspondence, the other with haiku poetry and correspondence.
This collection contains documents relating to the genesis and the early years of the Geneva Medical College and how it became a part of Hobart College (then called Geneva College). Materials include circulars and annual catalogues listing students and faculty of the Geneva Medical College along with documents that describe the hardships of the medical college, notably the difficult relationship between the Board of Trustees and the Medical Faculty.
The collection contains campaign and fundraising materials, pamphlets, donor lists, lists of committee and board members, recipient lists, and financial information. There are also newspaper clippings and photos related to the Geneva Scholarship Associates. The original Articles of Association, as well as some amended copies, are also included in the collection.
This is a small collection provided by the family of George Robert Brush comprised of materials from 1885 to 1919. Items include high school report cards, a scrapbook including events and newspaper clippings, programs from events from his time at Hobart College such as class banquets, and religious events, such as the missionary conference for Rev. and Mrs. George Robert Brush.
The materials in this collection consist of newspaper clippings, correspondence, and other materials related to John E. Kitagawa’s anti-war activity while a student at Hobart College.
Papers and items belonging to or regarding Marianna MacKay Wilkins, WS '28. Includes 83 items in 14 folders, all contained in one box. Materials in this collection date from 1924 to 1987.
This collection includes the "H" Book of Hobart College, Inter-fraternity Council's Rushing Handbook, Commemcement program for 1969, Hobart letter certificates, Kappa Sigma fraternity certificate, issue of "Gleek," football scrapbooks and photographs, football game programs, newspaper articles, an issue of the Hobart and William Smith Quarterly, and greeting cards.
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.
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 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.