Found in 8 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.
Charles J. Merdinger served as President of Washington College from 1970-1973. His papers deal with campus unrest, a coffee house for students, the Truslow Boathouse, and the Middle States Review.
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.
This collection contains the papers of Washington College President Daniel Z. Gibson who served from 1950-1970. Papers include Administrative and faculty records, Middle States reports, and files dealing with Civil Rights and Anti-War issues.
This collection contains papers from Mead’s time as President at Washington College from 1933 to 1949 and includes administrative records, correspondence, articles, and speeches.
Paul Titsworth served as President of Washington College from 1923-1933. His papers deal with the endowment for Washington College, issues related to the campus and housing, curriculum, grading, and awarding of honorary degrees. There are also papers related to the Summer School for Ministers hosted at the College, the Washington Centennial, and Washington College’s sesquicentennial.