Artifacts and Objects

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LGBT-028 artifacts
1980s

These items were acquired by Richard Twaddle during his approximately 12 years of membership in The Pennsmen, a group of LGBT people with a common interest in the leather/fetish lifestyle.

Location: LGBT-028

Subject: LGBT History

Format: Artifacts and Objects

Time Period: 1980-1999

Collection Inventory: LGBT-028 Collection Inventory

LGBT-030 artifacts
1970s, undated

This collection contains an assortment of buttons documenting LGBT events and issues. It also includes monthly newsletters produced by the Gay Switchboard of Harrisburg in 1981.

Location: LGBT-030

Subject: LGBT History, Social Reform and Advocacy

Format: Artifacts and Objects

Time Period: 1960-1979, 1980-1999

Collection Inventory: LGBT-030 Collection Inventory

LGBT-031 button
Undated

This collection contains buttons reflecting activism in support of marriage equality in Pennsylvania.  

Location: LGBT-031

Subject: LGBT History, Social Reform and Advocacy

Format: Artifacts and Objects

Time Period:

Collection Inventory: LGBT-031 Collection Inventory

LGBT-032 documents
2007-2014

This collection contains materials related to STUDS Magazine: Handsomely Beautiful Women, a Harrisburg, PA area magazine that was published, written, and designed by Lindsay Snowden and Shaashawn Dial-Snowden, with contributions from...

Collection Inventory: LGBT-032 Collection Inventory

LGBT-033 items
undated, 1992, 1996, 2015

This collection contains newspaper clippings, posters, buttons, and gay bar matchbook covers. The news clippings document coverage of issues related to LGBT rights and activism in the LNP (Lancaster) newspaper...

Collection Inventory: LGBT-033 Collection Inventory

LGBT-040 documents
circa 2000

These materials primarily pertain to the Bi-GLYAH and Common Roads organizations for LGBT youth. The collection contains t-shirts, an EQUALITY bracelet, and promotional materials from around 2000.

Collection Inventory: LGBT-040 Collection Inventory

LGBT-041 artifact
1961-2015

These materials include photographs, artifacts, and documents regarding the life and activism of Sam Edmiston. Of note in this collection is a banner made for the Susquehanna Valley Gays United organization founded in...

Collection Inventory: LGBT-041 Collection Inventory

LGBT-043 documents
1982-2008

The Paul Foltz Collection contains material dating from 1982-2008 and focuses primarily on the activities and performances of Lily White and Company, a local group of performers and female impersonators that raised money for HIV/AIDS programming...

Collection Inventory: LGBT-043 Collection Inventory

Photograph, 1887 (Photographs, folder 17)
circa 1860-1952

Zatae Longsdorff Straw (1866-1955) was the first woman graduate of Dickinson College as a member of the class of 1887; she went on to a successful career as a doctor and politician. The collection of her papers includes correspondence, printed...

Collection Inventory: mc2002.02.pdf

Cup & saucer, c.1900 (Artifacts box 2, item 6)
c.1890-1895

The Elizabeth Anna Low collection contains fine china, glass plate positive photographs and other items donated by Elizabeth Anna Low, class of 1891.

Collection Inventory: mc2002.08.pdf

Watercolor, undated (Box 1, folder 8)
c.1955-1984

This collection is composed largely of artifacts which the Millers brought back from their nine year mission to Nepal, 1956-1965. Also included in the collection are a scrapbook, picture books of Nepal, and a Nepalese hymnal.

Collection Inventory: mc1999.03.pdf

Illustration, undated (Box 1, folder 17)
c.1930-1958

This collection is comprised mainly of The Spirit of Britain and Pictorial Shakespeare, two examples of illustrated manuscripts by artist Montagu Frank Modder. Also included are miscellaneous drawings of literary and historical...

Collection Inventory: mc2002.01.pdf

Christmas card, 1953 (Box 1, folder 17)
1785-1980

T. Edward Munce Jr. (1914-1980) graduated from Dickinson College (class of 1939) and the Dickinson School of Law. He was a World War II veteran, State Department employee, and lawyer for the Public Utility Commission. The bulk of this collection...

Collection Inventory: mc2005.05.pdf

Letters, 1799 (Box 1, folders 22 and 24)
1769-1865

The collection consists of the papers of Charles Nisbet, first president of Dickinson College, and his family, particularly his son-in-law, William Turnbull. The majority of these papers is correspondence conducted between Nisbet and his daughter...

Collection Inventory: mc2001.07.pdf

Engraving, undated (Box 2, folder 9)
1717-1964

This collection includes letters, documents, clippings, pamphlets, and photographs relating to Joseph Priestley and his descendants. It was presented to the college by Mrs. Temple Fay.

Collection Inventory: mc1998.01.pdf

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Collection Inventory: Priestley Family Collection Pamphlet

Newsletter, 1980 (Box 1, folder 22)
1978-1993

The Public Interest Resource Center (PIRC) collection consists of the various papers, newsletters, court dockets, and publications which were housed by PIRC in an effort to organize all efforts against the restart of Three Mile Island, following...

Collection Inventory: TMI-PIRC.pdf

Charles Arthur Robinson, c1915 (PC 2012.1, folder 11)
1905-1973

The Charles Arthur Robinson Collection was donated by Charles L. Robinson on January 14, 2012. The collection is housed in two document boxes, one oversized box, 57 photograph folders, and one small artifact box. The collection contains materials...

Collection Inventory: mc2012.01.pdf

Passport, 1925 (Box 3, folder 13)
1882-1958

James Gordon Steese (1882-1958) was a member of the Dickinson College class of 1902. Among his many activities, Steese served as president of the Board of Road Commissioners for Alaska; the Steese Highway in Alaska is named for him. He later was...

Collection Inventory: mc2002.04.pdf

Autograph, undated (Box1, folder 5)
1951-1956

The Craig Robert Thomas collection consists of letters, autographs, and photographs from prominent celebrities and political and military figures who sent their warm wishes and personal regards to Craig Robert Thomas. This collection is a bequest...

Collection Inventory: mc2001.18.pdf

Newsletter, 1979 (folder 1.4.3.1)
1979-1994

Three Mile Island Alert (TMIA) collection consists of the various papers, government documents, legal documents, transcripts, and publications collected and maintained by Three Mile Island Alert, a not-for-profit citizens' organization dedicated...

Collection Inventory: TMI-TMIA.pdf

Photograph, c1945 (Photographs, folder 52)
1860-2003

Ruth Agnes Trout graduated from Dickinson College with the class of 1936. In 1983, she and her sister, Helen Elizabeth Trout, established the Trout Gallery at the college in honor of their parents, Brook and Mary Agnes Cook Trout. This collection...

Collection Inventory: mc2005.01.pdf

Opening of the Women's Center - RG 9/8  4-2-1
1983-2008

These records document the activity and organization of the Zatae Longsdorff's Women's Center, a feminist organization at Dickinson that included student and faculty members. 

Collection Inventory: RG 9/8 - Women's Center records

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