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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.
The North Family papers contain correspondence, official documents, scrapbooks and genealogical materials documenting the North Family. Hugh North Sr. and Hugh North Jr were both prominent Lancaster lawyers in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Hugh North Jr. gave the funds to endow a natural history museum at Franklin and Marshall College which now bears his name.
Contains annual reports, correspondence, memoranda, publications, addresses, and inaugural and biographical information of the Presidents of F&M.
Merges or continues elements of record groups 6 and 7 corresponding to the 2001 merger of these two departments under the newly created Office of the Provost.
This collection consists of autographs of various famous and/or prominent individuals in the field of politics, entertainment, and the military. Most autographs represented in the collection are of late 20th century persons, dating from the 1960s to the 1990s. Additional material consists of over 100 pieces of sheet music of popular songs dating from 1885-1923; miscellaneous newspapers and periodicals from the nineteenth century and theater playbills dating from ca. 1920 to 2007.
This collection contains materials related to the Pennsylvania German Society, a nonprofit, educational organization, founded in 1891 and devoted to the study of Pennsylvania-German culture and history in Pennsylvania. Instrumental in the history of the society were members associated with Franklin and Marshall College such as George Baer, John S Stahr, and Frank Reid Diffenderffer. The society is currently headquartered in Kutztown.
This collection contains Gehman's magazine articles from 1942-1969. Also includes research materials, correspondence, notes, drafts, and galley proofs relating to some of his books: A Hell of A Life (with Harry Richman), The Slander of Witches, Sardi's, Driven, and A Murder in Paradise.
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 contains, business correspondence, legal and financial documents, and orders relating to the lumber business of Washington Righter and his partner Nelson Sutton of Columbia, PA during the period 1847 - 1879.
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 consists of archival documents formerly held by the College Gallery as part of the Robert L. Schaeffer collection. Most of the materials are family-related and/or of Pennsylvania-German cultural interest.
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.
This collection consists of newspaper column clippings, manuscripts, articles, radio scripts, and audio recordings on Pennsylvania German dialect, music, folklore and culture. Also included are church records from the Eastern Pennsylvania area. Materials date from the early 19th century through 1968.
A component of the larger German-American Imprint Collection, this collection contains fine examples of hand-executed and printed Geburt und taufscheins (birth and baptismal certificates), trauscheins (marriage certificates), vorschrifts (writing examples), haus segens (house blessings), bucherzeichen (bookplates), and drawings created by Pennsylvania Germans in the Eastern Pennsylvania, New York, and Maryland region dating from the late -18th to late-19th centuries.
This collection contains photographs, lithographs and mezzotints of Abraham Lincoln and those connected with the Lincoln presidency. Artists of note include: Mathew Brady, Leonard M. Volk, Alonzo Chappel, Thomas Nast, Alexander Gardner, W.G. Jackman, George E. Perine, and John Sartain.
- Franklin and Marshall College Special Collections 78
- Franklin and Marshall College Archives 16
- History. 22
- United States. 19
- Universities and colleges -- Alumni and alumnae. 16
- Biography. 12
- Pennsylvania -- Lancaster. 12
- Personal correspondence. 10
- Specimens. 8
- Pennsylvania -- Lancaster County. 7
- Pennsylvania. 4
- Pictorial works. 4
- Politics and government. 4
- Great Britain. 3
- Lancaster (Pa.) -- Societies and clubs -- History. 3
- Literature -- Societies, etc. 3
- Manners and customs. 3
- New York (State) 3
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. 3
- Autographs -- Specimens. 2
- Autographs. 2
- Cold War. 2 + ∧ less
- English 89
- German 4
- Russian 1
- Franklin and Marshall College 27
- American Civil War (1861-1865) 3
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. 3
- Bassler, Harvey, 1883-1950. 2
- Cold War (1945-1989) 2
- Frey, J. William (John William), 1916- 2
- Marshall College (Mercersburg, Pa.) 2
- Reynolds, John Fulton, 1820-1863. 2
- Stauffer, David McNeely, 1845-1913. 2
- Unger, Claude W., 1882-1945. 2
- Altick, Richard D. (Richard Daniel), 1915-2008. 1
- American Revolution (1775-1783) 1
- Appel family. 1
- Appel, Theodore, 1823-1907. 1
- Associated Press 1
- Association of Junior Leagues of America 1
- Bastian, Misty L., 1955- 1
- Beerbohm, Max, Sir, 1872-1956. 1
- Berger, Daniel, Rev., 1797-1880. 1
- Bonbrake, E. J. (Emanuel James), 1832-1925 1 + ∧ less