Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 140 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 1000
Overview The A to Z collection, created by Beloit College Archives staff, is made up of topical folders arranged in alphabetical order. The topics range from specific entities or events from the Beloit College campus, to more general topics. Materials are derived from various offices of origin, and are sometimes photocopied from a larger collection to facillitate increased access. Materials are continuously added to these folders, and if a topic grows large enough, it may be separated from this...
Identifier: MC 001
Overview This collection contains mostly correspondence (1852-1885) both personal and college business, much having to do with financial issues, college events, teaching positions, local area issues, students, land and property; also sermons, diaries, speeches, biographical data, administrative files, photographs. There is also a small collection of Chapin family letters dating from 1837-1841.
Identifier: AC 1
Identifier: AC 2
Overview This collection contains mostly 20th century records for a variety of academic honorary societies, including Alpha Lambda Delta, Artus (Omicron Delta Gamma), Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Iota, and Theta Alpha Phi. Records include correspondence, financial...
Identifier: AC 3
Scope and Contents This collection consists of only paper materials. These documents range from 1960 until 2009, with the bulk in the 1970s through the 1990s. Numerous members of the college served on this committee and the membership changed consistently throughout its records.
Identifier: AC 4
Overview This collection is comprised of Faculty and Academic Senate meeting minutes and agendas, as well as supporting documentation for the meetings including correspondence and notes. From 1849-1970, the group in charge of directing the educational program at the college recorded their meetings simply as "Faculty Minutes," though the group consisted of students and administrators as well as faculty. In 1970, they changed their name to Academic Senate.
Identifier: AC 006
Identifier: AC 908
Identifier: MC 86
Overview Alonzo William Pond graduated from Beloit College in 1918 and served as the assistant curator at the Logan Museum of Anthropology from 1925-1931. He was leader of the Logan Sahara Expedition in 1925-26 and two African expeditions, one in 1926-27 and another in 1929-30. He participated in numerous other expeditions to such locations as France, Algeria and Asia. His papers primarily consist of his writing, both published and unpublished, as well as personal correspondence and reproductions of his...