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'62 Center for Theatre and Dance Records

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-046
Scope and Contents The '62 Center for Theatre and Dance record group includes photographs, a digital image of a poster, publicity materials, correspondence, building plans, meeting minutes, posters, budget information, and books. The collection dates from 2000-2018.
Dates: 2000 - 2018

Academic Programs Record Group

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-073

Adams Memorial Theatre Production Records

Identifier: AC-24
Scope and Contents The Adams Memorial Theater Production Records, 1940-2001, contain records of the development and performance of shows, and photographs of approximately 350 performances. Records include producers' correspondence regarding the production process, legal documentation of performance rights, audition materials, scripts, box office records, and calendars. Files include a variety of material: some are missing audition materials or box office records, while others have only these forms. Other material...
Dates: 1940 - 2001

Adelphic Union Records

Identifier: MC-19
Overview The Adelphic Union Records consist of meeting minutes, attendance and membership records, library catalogues, related correspondence, and programs for exhibitions.
Dates: 1795 - 1963

Afro-American Studies Program Records

 Record Group
Identifier: AC-14
Scope and Contents The records comprise minutes, correspondence, syllabi, student papers, and collected material documenting the early years of the Williams College Afro-American Studies Program. Included are minutes of the Program committee and correspondence regarding extra-curricular activities, development of the Program, response to the death of Arthur Logan (Williams 1930), and recruitment of minority faculty members. Curricular and Program development files include Program proposals, syllabi, examinations...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1965 - 1980

Arthur S. Alberts Photographs

Identifier: MC-246
Scope and Contents The Arthur S. Alberts Photographs include photographs from the late 1940s and early 1950s when Arthur Alberts (Williams 1931) was in West Africa documenting native African music and culture, and its relationship to jazz. He took photographs and recorded music on the Gold Coast, Upper Volta, Sudan, Ivory Coast, Liberia, and Guinea. The photographs depict day to day life of the people in West Africa, agricultural equipment, nautical boats and fishing, airplanes, wildlife, musical instruments, and...
Dates: 1940 - 1952

James Alexander letters and journals

Identifier: MC-267
Content Description Letters and journals written by James S. Alexander, chiefly from Europe during the First World War. The letters and journals contain Alexander's personal observations, conversations, facts, drawings, maps, etc. Also included is the 2008 publication containing excerpts compiled by Heywood Alexander.
Dates: Other: 1916 - 1919

Nils Anderson, Jr. papers

Identifier: MC-3
Scope and Contents The Nils Anderson, Jr. Papers documents the interests of Anderson (Williams 1937) as a prominent businessman in the U.S. and Latin America. Consisting primarily of business records, some personal notes and observations, and video recordings, the Nils Anderson Papers concern themselves with the economic and social development of several Latin American countries from the late nineteenth century to the 1980s. Albeit attention is given to numerous countries like Mexico, Argentina, and Honduras, the...
Dates: 1888 - 1988

Weber H. Arkenburgh papers

Identifier: MC-7
Overview The Weber H. Arkenburgh Papers contain correspondence, financial material, reports and programs and clippings, and addresses documenting the involvement of Arkenburgh (Williams 1902) in the Garfield Club Alumni Council, the Society of Alumni, the General Electric Company, and other projects.
Dates: 1929 - 1947

Samuel Chapman Armstrong Papers

Identifier: MC-41
Scope and Contents The Samuel Chapman Armstrong Papers contain the personal and professional papers of Armstrong, his first wife, Emma Walker Armstrong, and their extended families. Armstrong, who was born to missionary parents in Hawaii, graduated from Williams College in 1862, served as an officer during the Civil War, and later founded the Hampton Agricultural and Normal Institute. Armstrong dedicated his life to the education of African Americans and Native Americans during a unique transitional period in...
Dates: 1826 - 1947

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