Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains negatives and photographs taken by Alan at various Washington College events and in his capacity as a portrait photographer. The negatives are suffering from vinegar syndrome, a type of degradation common to the plastics used at that time. The negatives have been scanned and are available in digital format.
This collection contains fifty-one negatives taken by George W. Woodfield when he served as the photographic editor of the Pegasus during his senior year at Washington College. Many of the photographs are featured throughout the 1929 yearbook.
This collection contains materials related to the history and operation of the College throughout its history. A majority of the materials are ephemera and collateral, invitations and programs, fliers, and emails. This is an artificial collection created when Frederick W. Dumschott wrote his book Washington College. Since then, each year materials are added to the collection. This collection is organized by academic year.
Charles Gould served as President of Washington College from 1919-1923. His papers deal with athletics, female students, planting trees on campus, and the creation of an endowment campaign with Col. Clarence M. Hodson.