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Henry W. Art papers

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

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

Asian American Students in Action (AASiA) Collection

Identifier: RG-049
Scope and Contents Asian American Students in Action records include web content, meeting minutes, photographs, and notes about campus events. Additionally, records of Allen Lum are part of the collection, as they document the work for an Asian American studies program from 2013-2015. The collection dates from the 1990s to current.
Dates: 1990-2019

Athletic Council records

Identifier: AC-33
Scope and Contents The Williams College Athletic Council Records, 1890-1954, contain the meeting minutes of the Athletic Council, its predecessor, the Alumni Athletic Committee, the Faculty Committee on Athletics (a subdivision of the Athletic Council), and Executive Committee of Athletics of Williams College, as well as athletic statistics up to 1921. In their minutes, the Council discusses matters such as Williams opponents, scheduling, student awards, intercollegiate relations, and athletics during wartime....
Dates: 1890 - 1954

Audiovisual collection

Identifier: MC-36
Scope and Contents The Audiovisual collection includes cassette tapes, VHS tapes, phonograph records, DVD's, CD's, 16mm film, audio reels, digital recordings and other forms of audio and video recordings of material relating to Williams. The collection includes recordings of faculty lectures, musical and theatre performances, College ceremonies, athletic and sports events, and films by faculty, students, and alumni among other items. The collection dates from approximately 1870 to the present.
Dates: circa 1870-present

Abner Austin business records

Identifier: Am-Mss-Austin
Overview Correspondence, financial accounts, inventories, and other business papers of the Austin family of Catskill, New York. The bulk of the material, dating from circa 1820-1840, relates to the Hope Mill paper manufacturing business which was headed Abner Austin (1771-1848), including correspondence from rag men, mould makers, paper merchants, collection agents, and family members. A few items document the Austin family's fruit farming business in the last quarter of the 19th century.
Dates: 1813-1888
Found in: Chapin Library

Autographs and Letters collection

Identifier: MC-80
Scope and Contents The Autographs and Letters collection is a compilation primarily of autographs but also includes letters, notes, notices, and some portraits and photographs collected by Williams College faculty, staff, students, alumni, and others affiliated with Williams. Some of the collected materials are bound together. More prominent collectors include Calvin Durfee (Williams 1825), author of several books about Williams including the 1860 publication "A History of Williams College." The collection also...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1674 - 1900

Dudley W.R. Bahlman papers

Identifier: MC-62
Scope and Contents The Dudley W.R. Bahlman Papers contain personal and professional correspondence, writings, and collected research materials. Bahlman's letters to his mother during his military service as a World War II medic in England provide an intimate view on the war. His professional and personal life, especially his interest in Victorian English literature and Sir Edward Walter Hamilton, are documented in his correspondence. Balhman's detailed notes, gathered from libraries wherever he traveled, can be...
Dates: 1940 - 1998

John Edwin Bakeless and Katherine Little Bakeless papers

Identifier: MC-29
Scope and Contents The John Edwin Bakeless Papers comprise chiefly letters from John E. Bakeless to his wife Katherine Little prior to their marriage. The collection also contains other letters to Katherine Bakeless, as well as miscellaneous materials. The correspondence is primarily concerned with John Edwin Bakeless's life at Williams College, training Camps Devens and Lee, and Harvard University. After John became engaged to Katherine Little (Summer, 1919), his letters consist primarily of declarations of his...
Dates: 1914 - 1920

Baldwin Family correspondence

Identifier: MC-318

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