Found in 128 Collections and/or Records:
The Addie Eliza Collins Papers is composed of biographical information about her principalship at Wheaton College, correspondence with Collins' decendants, college manuscripts and family photographs. The bulk of the collection centers around a dozen hand-written college papers in delicate script and family photographs from 1870-1900 including her mother, children and grandchildren.
The Alzina Stone Dale Collection includes materials relating to her work on Dorothy L. Sayers, including the 1993 Sayers Centenary celebration, the Thrones, Dominations book publishing project, the writing of Maker and Craftsman: The Story of Dorothy L. Sayers (a Sayers biography), and a diverse range of correspondence.
The Alzina Stone Dale Papers are composed primarily of correspondence to/from Madeleine L'Engle, as well as, interviews, articles, book reviews, pamphlets, poems, and media material.
The Anson and Adelaide Hemingway Collection is composed of manuscripts, photographs, and secondary material. The bulk of the collection comprises eleven photographs of the Hemingway family from 1900-1920. Another item of note is an original letter dated 1867 from Wheaton College president, Jonathan Blanchard providing a character reference on behalf of Anson.
Arthur F. Holmes Papers is composed of published journal articles, book reviews, conference papers and unpublished writings. Professional correspondence between Holmes and Wheaton College Duane Litfin spans the late 1990s. The author's original Master's thesis and Ph.D dissertation are also available.
The Arthur R. Schulert Papers is composed of biographical material and correspondence from his years at Wheaton College (1940-43), Ohio University and Princeton (1944-46). Manuscripts of his published work "Strontium-90 in Man and His Environment" from the 1960s are also available.
Records of the Athletics include correspondence, financial information, athletic conference files, agendas and minutes, annual reports and information by sport.
Records of the Biblical and Theological Studies Department include program files, department and committee minutes and correspondence.
Records of the Biology Department include department and academic committee minutes, transcripts (pre-FERPA), subject files, financial information and course information.
The Charles E. Wilson Papers are composed of correspondence, secondary articles, scrapbook and lecture materials from the early 1990s primarily related to his autobiographical manuscript "Bastogne to Bavaria with the the Fighting Fourth Armored Division 1944-45."
The Christian Sociological Society collection contains brochures outlining the objectives and activities of the organization, and includes the range of newsletters from the fall of 1973 to the spring of 1996. The collection also contains administrative correspondence from 1979-86.
The Christian Stewardship Council Papers are composed of correspondence from Wesley Willmer from 1986-1987 and documents relative to the 1987 conference "Funding the Christian Challenge." This material covers pre-conference planning, correspondence, acknowledgments, news clippings, and periodicals.
This collection is composed of primary and secondary material. Photocopies of articles, addresses, and reviews accompany a small amount of biographical information and correspondence. The secondary material includes general articles and press releases about Dr. Kilby and his work, as well as quoting him. Reviews of Dr. Kilby's works are also included. The materials measure four inches in length.
Records of the Dean of the College include academic and administrative committee minutes, correspondence, financial information, annual reports and program-related files.
Records of the Dean of the Graduate School include correspondence, planning files, academic and administrative committee minutes, subject files and annual reports.
The Elizabeth Green papers contain material relating to the life and career of Elizabeth and Albert Green, father and daughter. It comprises fifteen series and includes Articles, Biographical, Correspondence, Business Correspondence, Music Education, Programs, Travel, Books, Manuscripts, Music Scores, Personal Journals, Lectures, Media and Photographs.
The Dow papers are organized into five series (Biographical, Correspondence, Manuscripts, Publish Material and Secondary). The bulk of the collection relates to Dow’s teaching and speaking career and includes notebooks, speeches and class notes. Another portion of some significance is genealogical files located with the biographical series. The collection contains several folders of correspondence in various series.
The Emily Gardiner Neal Papers are composed of secondary material, including twenty-one audiocassette oral histories. The collection has a few concentrations of photocopied correspondence from the Episcopal Healing Ministry Foundation.
The papers of Enock C. Dyrness contains one folder containing biographical material; however, the bulk of the collection deals primarily with his professional interests, including correspondence with Henry C. Thiessen, and later Thiessen's estate. Secondary material includes pamphlets and surveys about Wheaton College and various mission agencies. The collection occupies .42 linear ft.