Franklin and Marshall College
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains essays written by Albert Kerr while he was a member of the class of 1926 at Franklin and Marshall College.
This collection contains correspondence written to Bernard C. Wolff by German Reformed ministers who were interested in and potential contributors to the union of Franklin and Marshall College. The bulk of the material dates from the year 1852. There are also a few letters written by Wolff to John Williamson Nevin in 1842.
This collection contains Small's notes, rough drafts, typescript drafts for Almost Famous 1982 and The River in Winter 1987; the typescript drafts of two unpublished books Year of the Dog Star and Next Best Thing (much of the material of which formed the basis for Almost Famous); and an early version of Almost Famous entitled, King of Infinite Space. It also includes research materials, correspondence, notes, drafts, and galley proofs.
E.J. Bonbrake was a member of the Franklin and Marshall College Class of 1855. This collection contains letters of recommendation and miscellaneous items which he gathered during his study here. Letters in this collection are signed by Theodore Appel, Henry Harbaugh Apple, and Emanuel Vogel Gerhart.
This collection consist of notes for an unpublished anecdotal history of Franklin and Marshall College written by Elizabeth Clarke Kieffer (1900-1991).
This collection contains correspondence, typescripts and publications by Francis Lyman Windolph.
This collection consists of screenplays, scripts, films, film trailers, photographs, set designs, publicity packets, and other television and motion picture memorabilia related to the work of the Hollywood director Franklin J. Schaffner (1920-1989), a 1942 Franklin and Marshall graduate.
The collection consists of drafts, galley proofs, magazines, and correspondence relating to the work of John F. Suter. These materials cover the span of Mr. Suter's career, including his early attempts at writing radio plays. The earliest item dates from 1945 with the bulk of the material covering the period from 1980 to the present.
The collection consists of letters, legal documents, diaries, clippings, lithographs, engravings, broadsides, photographs, books and frakturs. The items were assembled and held by Bertha K. Leinbach. The earliest item in the collection dates from ca. 1745 with the bulk of the material covering the period from 1830 - 1900.
This collection contains coursework and classroom notes created by Marshall F.L. Zeigler (F & M 1908) while a student at Franklin and Marshall College, 1904-1908.
This collection consist of the personal papers of Rev. Nathan C. Schaeffer. Materials include addresses and lecture notes from 1899 as well as honorary degree certificates received by Schaeffer during his career.
This collection contains personal papers, correspondence, photographs scrapbooks, personal artifacts and sports memorabilia relating to Neal Okleigh Harris (1906-1982), his wife Estella Elizabeth (Cooper) Harris (1908-1990) and their families, the Harris' of Schuykill County Pa and the Coopers of Lancaster County Pa.
This collection consists of research materials, notes, correspondence, reviews, articles, and essays documenting the literary and classroom work conducted by Dr. Richard D. Altick in his years of teaching at Ohio State University. The collection is arranged by topic with materials corresponding to major monographs and serial articles written by Dr. Altick, as well as materials relating to lectures, courses and areas of research interest.
This collection consist of personal papers and classroom materials owned by Robert E. Faulkender, a 1942 Economics graduate of Franklin and Marshall College. Most materials date from his time as a student at F & M from 1938-1942. Mr. Faulkender later taught Economics at Windham College in Putney, Vermont for many years.
This collection includes the diaries of S.M. Roeder kept while he was a student at Franklin and Marshall College (1872 - 1876) and a student at the Seminary (1876-1878). These diaries are useful in documenting student life in Lancaster during that time period.
- Universities and colleges -- Alumni and alumnae. 16
- Biography. 10
- History. 8
- Personal correspondence. 6
- United States. 5
- Motion picture producers and directors -- United States. 2
- Motion picture producers and directors. 2
- Short stories, American. 2
- Universities and colleges -- Faculty. 2
- American poetry -- 20th century. 1
- American poetry. 1
- Blind authors -- United States. 1
- Blind authors. 1
- Bookplates, American -- Specimens. 1
- Bookplates, American. 1
- Buildings. 1
- Caribbean Area -- Description and travel. 1
- Civilization, Classical. 1
- Classicists -- United States. 1
- Cold War. 1 + ∧ less