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Administration

  • US US-IaGG Pamphlet 02.0
  • Colección

Consists of pamphlets, memos, brochures, correspondence and publications produced by the Trustees, the President's Office, and various administrative units.

Grinnell College Student Traditions

  • US US-IaGG Pamphlet/21.3
  • Colección

This material describes traditions that have been held by the student body in the past, as well as traditions that are currently practiced.

Class of 1955 Materials

  • US US-IaGG MS 01.182
  • Colección
  • 1955 - 2010

These boxes contain materials relating to the Class of 1955, primarily collected by the class agents. There are numerous pictures, postcards, posters, and memorabilia from 1951-1955, in addition to reunion materials and two reunion scrapbooks compiled by the class agent Mary Norelius Sanders. Sanders' (nee Norelius) personal student agendas from 1951-1955 are included in the collection. The original accession also included class letters from 1956-2013, which were moved to RG-Alum 3.2 in order to supplement the existing collection of class letters. There are three 1951 NSO pictures in oversize, and one poster.

Wilford S. Smiley Class of 1905 Papers

  • US US-IaGG Ms 01.200

Letters concerning Grinnell College Alumni Reunion, Photograph from Alumni Reunion, Photographic Negatives, Obituary, 1905 Cyclone (pamphlet not yearbook)

James B. Fox '1965 Papers

  • US US-IaGG MS 01.184
  • Serie
  • 1961 - 2017

Ephemera collected from James Fox's time as a student at Grinnell College, including programs, newspapers, correspondence, and student handbooks. Some alumni materials included.

Fox, James B.

Center for International Studies

  • US US-store RG-CIS
  • Colección

Founded in 2000 to coordinate and advance the different international initiatives on campus, the Center has become the key office for assisting students and faculty to develop their knowledge of the world. The Center provides leadership and support in the following areas:

Bringing international scholars and artists to campus to enrich the Grinnell curriculum and participate in on-campus events.
Creating opportunities for students and faculty to travel outside the United States to acquire, develop and share knowledge, such as the Faculty Development Seminar.
Working with the Office of Off-Campus Study to develop new opportunities for students, maintain program quality, and identify sites for faculty development.
Creating and maintaining partnerships with key international universities, such as Nanjing University in China.
Working with interdisciplinary faculty groups to develop courses and course clusters that address international issues.
Maintaining electronic resources, such as the Faculty Database, to disseminate knowledge about experiences and interests throughout campus.
Providing leadership in establishing goals and assessing outcomes of international education at Grinnell.
Collaborating with other campus offices and organizations that promote international education to create internationalism across the College.

Center for International Studies

Historical and Literary Club

  • US US-IaGG MS 01. 21
  • Colección
  • 1882-2018

Box 1:
Secretary's minutes, 4 books: 1882-1906, 1906-1928, 1928-1944 (includes copy of the club constitution), and 1944-1953

Folder 1: Centennial Sketch, presented April 19, 1982 script, pictures, list of topics, 1882-1928, and napkin from 68th anniversary tea

Folder 2: Study topics and book titles, 1882

Box 2:
Secretary's minutes, 3 books: 1955-1967 (includes copy of club constitution), 1967-1979, 1979-1991 (includes copy of 1988 Proposed revision of Constitution and 1976 Constitution).

Treasurer's books, 2 books: 1926-1956 (savings account) and 1292-1964

Yearbooks, 76 of the possible 100:
1889
1891-1917
1919
1925-1927
1932-1933
1935
1939
1941-1962
1964-1968 (in secretary's book)
1971-1977 (in secretary's book)

Box 3:
Folder 1: Ancient records, 1882-1931 (history of the club, 13 typed leaves)

Folder 2: Constitution and By Laws, 1949 and 1962

Folder 3: 22 papers presented by members from 1925-1954:
Miss French, nee Octave Thanet, 1925
Iowa Legislative Department, 1926
Iowa Board of Control, 1926
The LaTours and Acadia, 1927
The Last of the Titans-Schunabb-Heink, 1932 (used in the Centennial program)
March of Events, 1933
Dickens, David Coperfield, 1934
Guy De Maupassant, 1935
James Hilton, Random Harvest, 1941
Eleanor Dick, the Timeless Land, 1942
Quentin Reynolds, Dress Rehearsal, 1944
Channing Pollock, Harvest of My Years, 1944
Ray Stannard Baker, American Chronicle, 1946
George F. Willison, Saints and Sinners, 1946
Gilbert Chesterton, Man Who Was Thursday (no date)
South Africa (no date or source)
William Harlan Hale, Horace Greeley, Voice of the People, 1951
Lucy Robins Lang, Tomorrow is Beautiful, 1950
Dixon Wector, Sam Clemons of Hannibal, 1954
Cecil Woodham-Smith, Florence Nightengale, 1952
Emily Kimbrough, Forty Plus and Fancy Free, 1954

Folder 4: loose papers form 1931 scrapbook (includes newspaper clippings 1931-1938)

Scrapbook. 1931. Project for Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs. [Clippings and other papers removed from the scrapbook are filed in Box 3, folder 4]

Ernst, Elizabeth

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