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Irving Day, Jr. papers

Identifier: MC-274
Scope and Contents The majority of this collection contains correspondence from Irving Day, Jr. (Williams 1944) to his parents, siblings, and friends regarding campus life at Williams College. Day writes mostly about courses he's taking at Williams and the intensity of the academic program, social life and his involvement with the Delta Theta Pi fraternity, athletic events, his general struggles at Williams, the weather, and family matters. Additional correspondence is from Irving's sister Margaret (who was a...
Dates: 1916 - 1941

Dean of Faculty records

 Record Group
Identifier: RG -002
Scope and Contents The Dean of Faculty Record Group includes: correspondence, subject files, memos, and materials related to Dean of Faculty sponsored speaking events.
Dates: 1900-current

Dean of the College records

 Record Group
Identifier: AC-5
Scope and Contents The Dean of College Record Group includes program files, office correspondence, and records regarding policy and procedure.
Dates: Other: 1925-

Debevoise Family Papers

Identifier: MC-110
Scope and Contents The Debevoise Family Papers includes documents and information related to several members of the Debevoise Family. Besides containing general information about the Debevoise Family, this collection includes materials relating to George Washington Debevoise's time in the Civil War; Elliott Debevoise's participation in World War I; Dickinson R. Debevoise's (DRD) service in World War II, his time as a student at Williams College (Williams 1946), involvement in the group Democrats for Good...
Dates: 1853 - 2010

Samuel Kenneth Dee papers

Identifier: MC-65
Scope and Contents The Samuel Kenneth Dee Papers comprise notes, handouts, syllabi, class exercises, and examinations for classes he attended at Williams College, 1928-1931. These included courses in Economics, English, History, Mathematics, Philosophy and Political Science, taught by such professors as John William Miller, Carroll Lewis Maxcy, Walter Wallace McLaren, William Howard Doughty, John Preston Comer, Davis Taggart Clark, Peter H. Odegard, Walter Buckingham Smith, Allan Latham, Reginald G. Buehler,...
Dates: 1928 - 1931

Thomas A. DeLong collection

Identifier: MC-38
Scope and Contents The Thomas A. DeLong Collection consists of research material (clippings, notes, excerpts from books, lists, correspondence) collected from numerous sources and repositories concerning the life and career of bandleader Paul Whiteman. These files were used to research Thomas DeLong's book, Pops: Paul Whiteman, King of Jazz, published in 1983 by New Century Publishers. The collection also includes a scrapbook documenting DeLong's time as a student at Williams College...
Dates: 1908 - 1995

Delta Kappa Epsilon records

Identifier: MC-119
Scope and Contents The Delta Kappa Epsilon records include reports, correspondence, financial records, meeting minutes for 1911-1957, account books and ledgers, legal records, photograph albums with portraits of DKE members' photographs dating from 1859-90, publications, speeches, DKE bylaws, member book (with biographies and photographs), programs, and pamphlets of E. Herbert Botsford, editor of Chapter History. The records date from 1859-1967.
Dates: 1859 - 1967

Henry B. Dewey papers

Identifier: MC-325
Scope and Contents The Henry B. Dewey papers include documents produced by Williams College during Dewey's time as a Williams student (Class of 1948) and as an alumnus. Some documents are from the time of Henry's father, F.H. Dewey, Williams Class of 1909. Included in the collection are reports, minutes and commentaries from the Committee on Post-War Extra-Curricular Activities which include conversations about the fate of fraternities on campus; Kappa Alpha fraternity documents; Alumni Committee of Campus...
Dates: 1906 - 1962

Diane di Prima collection

Identifier: Am-Mss-di Prima
Scope and Contents Postcards, incoming and outgoing correspondence, and typed poems circulated between di Prima and other American poets. Also includes corrected galley proofs of di Prima's Loba, Parts I-VII.
Dates: 1962 - 1978
Found in: Chapin Library

Dennis Dickerson papers

Identifier: MC-118
Scope and Contents The Dennis Dickerson papers include Prof. Dickerson's records as member of the Williams College History Department, Coordinator of the Mellon Minority Undergraduate Fellowship, member of committees such as: Afro-American Studies, Mead Fund, Luce Grant, Committee on Educational Policy, Gauis Bolin Essay, Black perspectives/Admissions, and others. The papers date from 1977-1996.
Dates: 1977 - 1996

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