Posted in 19th century, 20th century, Administration, Archives, Athletics, Buildings, Faculty, Family papers, Finding aids, Manuscripts, Middletown, Research, Students, Wesleyan alumni, World War II on Jul. 29, 2015 by Jeffrey Coutts
As part of my internship at SC&A I created finding aids for three collections. The most notable among these is the finding aid for a collection that I processed during my internship dealing with Wesleyan President James L. McConaughy, his wife Elizabeth, and son James Jr. The collection entitled, McConaughy Family Papers, details important aspects […]
A patron called and described a photograph that she had in her possession and wondered if it had something to do with Wesleyan. I asked her to email a digital copy, and I found the identical image in the 1914 Olla Podrida. Turns out what she owned was a photograph of the 1913 Wesleyan University […]
I was conducting research in women’s athletics and encountered this photograph of the field hockey team taken in 1971.
This photograph taken in 1930 of the Varsity Club is our pick of the week. It comes from one of our student assistants, Abbey Francis. She writes: The Quest For The Mystery Sweater Last week, I received an unusual research request from Leith Johnson, the University Archivist here at Special Collections & Archives. I was […]