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American Manuscripts collection

 Collection
Identifier: Am-Mss-Collection
Scope and Contents The American Manuscripts collection collates individual manuscripts, typescripts, and other handwritten and typed documents created in America or by American authors and later acquired by the Chapin Library. Acquisition information, where known, is listed at the item level.
Dates: 1660 - 2004
Found in: Chapin Library

Sarah Fisher Ames scrapbook on her bust of Abraham Lincoln

 Collection
Identifier: Am-Mss-Ames
Dates: 1865 - 1901
Found in: Chapin Library

John Sheridan Zelie collection of Henri Frédéric Amiel

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Identifier: Gen-Mss-Amiel
Overview Correspondence, publications, and ephemera of Swiss poet, essayist, and professor Henri Frédéric Amiel (1821-1881).
Dates: 1810 - 1927
Found in: Chapin Library

Nils Anderson, Jr. papers

 Collection
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

 Collection
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

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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

C.D. Arnold Photographs of the Chicago World's Fair

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Identifier: Am-Mss-Arnold
Scope and Contents The C.D. Arnold Photographs of the Chicago World's Fair collection contains commercially-produced mounted prints of the World's Columbian Exhibition of 1893, commonly called the Chicago World's Fair. Formal images produced for visitors to purchase, the photographs depict buildings and grounds rather than specific exhibits or visitors to the exhibitions. Fair regulations strictly restricted visitors' ability to take their own pictures, charging high fees for permission to photograph the grounds...
Dates: 1893
Found in: Chapin Library

Henry Art Slide collection

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Identifier: MC-275
Scope and Contents This collection includes slides and digital images that depict Hopkins Memorial Forest, areas in Williamstown and surrounding geographic areas.
Dates: 1951 - 1978

Henry W. Art papers

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Identifier: MC-253
Scope and Contents The Henry W. Art papers includes materials collected by Professor of Biology Henry Art during his tenure at Williams College. Specifically, the collection includes information about grant research including Ford grants and Ford sponsored courses, files from the former director of the Center for Environmental Studies Kai Lee, a poem by Carl Reidel, course syllabi, remarks, and 1986 Winter Study project material regarding the retracing of the 1857 Florida Expedition by the Lyceum of Natural...
Dates: 1970 - 2018

Artifacts collection

 Collection
Identifier: MC-81
Scope and Contents The Artifacts collection contains a variety of artifacts and digital images of those artifacts mostly relating to Williams including but not limited to clothing, accessories, coins, pins, medals, dishware, sports equipment, awards, plaques, trophies and other memorabilia. The collection dates from approximately the founding of the college in 1793 to present day. It continues to be added to on a regular basis.
Dates: 1793 to present

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