1980-1999

    Entries drawn from collection & document descriptions

Arts Award program - John Cage, 1969-70
1959-present

The Arts Award was established by Dickinson College in order to recognize achievements in the Arts and Humanities. Honoring Dr. William Wilcox Edel, alumnus and former president of the college, the Arts Award is bestowed upon an individual who has made an outstanding contribution in the...

Collection Inventory: RG 9/3 - Arts Award Records

Notebook, 1979 (Box 3, folder 2)
1977-1981

The collection reflects Scott Blum's (1959- ) interest in the sciences, particularly computers. The documents and materials relate to Blum's time at Dickinson College, especially his academic career, and consist of notes and notebooks, syllabi, exams, and other materials. Blum graduated from...

Collection Inventory: mc2003.01.pdf

Notebook, undated (Box 1, folder 5)
1967-1984

This collection consists of course materials, writings, and translations created by Marianna Bogojavlensky, who taught Russian language and literature at Dickinson College from 1963 to 1981.

Collection Inventory: mc2011.02.pdf

Letters, 1856 (Box 3, folder 23)
1808-1991

James Buchanan was a graduate of Dickinson College, Class of 1809, who went on to become the fifteenth president of the United States. The majority of this collection is comprised of correspondence between Buchanan and his business and political associates; over four hundred letters penned by...

Collection Inventory: mc1998.10.pdf

Pamphlet, undated (Box 7, folder 23)
1978-1989

The Edwin K. Charles collection consists of the various papers, government documents, newsletters, transcripts, and publications collected by Charles in the years following the accident at Three Mile Island. Edwin K. Charles, a resident of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, became heavily involved...

Collection Inventory: TMI-Charles.pdf

Scrapbook page, c.1928 (Box 1, folder 12)
1912-2009

The collection documents the education and early teaching career of Velva Diven Daihl, class of 1927, and her husband, Sam Daihl. The bulk of the materials pertain to Velva's experiences as a Dickinson student and alumna. Some other items of note include photographs, a scrapbook, and a Daihl...

Collection Inventory: mc2012.06.pdf

Theatre materials, 1953 (Box 1, folder 22)
1951-1998

Lewis Daniel Gobrecht graduated from Dickinson College in 1955. This collection primarily represents his academic and extracurricular life as a student, with particular emphasis on his involvement in theatre and music activities.

Collection Inventory: mc2012.05.pdf

Photograph, 1985 (Photographs, folder 1)
1979-1990

The Bevery Hess collection consists of the various papers, newspaper clippings, books, audiotapes and photographs collected by Hess during her most active period of involvement with local anti-nuclear groups. Bevery Hess was a resident of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania prior to the accident at...

Collection Inventory: TMI-Hess.pdf

Newsletter, 1991 (Folder 3.5.3.2)
1968-present

This international society was founded in Europe in 1961 and a North American chapter followed ten years later. Dedicated to the study of civilizations, the ISCSC holds annual meetings, usually in an American university setting, in which papers are read, books are discussed, and theories are...

Collection Inventory: ISCSC Finding Aid

Essay instructions, c.1979 (Box 1, folder 2)
1979-1984

Julius "Steve" Kassovic taught in the Sociology-Anthropology Department at Dickinson from 1979 to 1984. This collection contains assignments from his popular Introduction to Folklore course, during which students gathered jokes, stories, myths, ethnic expressions and other pieces of folkore from...

Collection Inventory: mc2010.01.pdf

Kerry Shawn Keys
1963-2012

This collection consists of correspondence, journals, photographs, and other personal papers of Kerry Shawn Keys, poet, editor, translator, and cultural liaison. He has authored more than 40 books of poetry and prose and translated more than a dozen other works from Portuguese, Czech, and...

Collection Inventory: Keys Collection Inventory 2018

Report, 1981 (Box 1, folder 23)
1972-1988

The Jane Lee collection consists of the various papers, court dockets, government documents, and newspaper clippings collected by Lee in the years following the accident at Three Mile Island. Jane Lee, a farmer from Etters, Pennsylvania, became active in various public-awareness groups such as...

Collection Inventory: TMI-Lee.pdf

Newsclipping, 1984 (Box 1, folder 8)
1981-1984

Steven G. Leventhal graduated from Dickinson College in 1984. This collection documents his efforts to gain an honorary degree from Dickinson for Soviet refusenik Dr. Yuri Medvedkov, an effort in which he was not successful. It also contains information regarding Leventhal’s role in establishing...

Collection Inventory: mc2012.09.pdf

LGBT History Project Buttons from LGBT-050
1970s to present

These images represent a cross section of the types of materials included in the LGBT Center of Central PA's History Project, which is housed in the Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections.  For inventories of more materials, visit ...

LGBT History Project Logo
1940-present

Since August 2012 the LGBT History Project of the LGBT Center of Central PA has actively collected stories of LGBT history in central PA as told by those who lived them.  This growing collection of oral history interviews is housed by the Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections. The...

Collection Inventory: LGBT Oral History Summaries

Mattachine Society Letter
1969-1996

Joseph W. Burns donated these materials in 2013 as the first contribution of historical documents to the LGBT Center of Central PA History Project. These materials reflect his involvement in gay rights activism in rural Pennsylvania, beginning with a 1969 letter from the New York Mattachine...

Pink Triangle Coalition
1975-2013

This collection documents LGBT activism in Lancaster County, PA.  The materials date from 1975 to 2013. They include publicity materials from events sponsored by local groups such as the Pink Triangle Coalition, promotional materials for March on Washington 1993, local newspaper clippings...

Collection Inventory: LGBT-002 Collection Inventory

SCANN Annual Report, January 1995
1990-1995

Selected newsletters and annual report of South Central AIDS Assistance Network, 1990-1995.

Location: LGBT-005

Subject: Health and Medicine, LGBT History, Social Reform and Advocacy

Format: Reports

Time Period: 1980-1999

Collection Inventory: LGBT-005 Collection Inventory

LGBT-006 documents
1995-2005

This collection contains material related to the establishment of the LGBT Center of Central PA and the activities of the AIDS Community Alliance.  It also includes a 1995-1996 Gay and Lesbian Switchboard of Harrisburg directory, a flyer for the FAB Fall Achievement Benefit in 1996, documents...

Location: LGBT-006

Subject: Health and Medicine, LGBT History, Social Reform and Advocacy

Format:

Time Period: 1980-1999, 2000-2019

Collection Inventory: LGBT-006 Collection Inventory

LGBT-007 documents
2013

Dan Miller ran for mayor of Harrisburg, PA in 2013.  While he was not successful in that election, he has held numerous positions of leadership.  At the time of the mayoral campaign, he was the Harrisburg City Controller and Harrisburg’s first openly gay elected official. He is a former member...

Collection Inventory: LGBT-007 Collection Inventory

Here's How Newsletters, 1977
1978-1980

This collection contains issues of the Here's How newsletter from 1978 to 1980. This newsletter was distributed by the Homophiles of Williamsport organization. Dan Maneval, cofounder of the organization, donated these newsletters in 2013. The timeline housed in folder 2.1 was created by Joseph W...

Location: LGBT-008

Subject: LGBT History, Social Reform and Advocacy

Format: Newspapers and Magazines

Time Period: 1960-1979, 1980-1999

Collection Inventory: LGBT-008 Collection Inventory

Lavender Letter Masthead
1995-2006

 This collection contains approximately 10 years worth of issues (1995-2006) of the Lavender Letter,  a lesbian newsletter published in Harrisburg, PA.   It also contains a small amount of documentation from the 1996 Central PA Pride Festival.

Location: LGBT-009

Subject: LGBT History, Social Reform and Advocacy

Format: Newspapers and Magazines

Time Period: 1980-1999, 2000-2019

Collection Inventory: LGBT-009 Collection Inventory

LGBT-010 documents
1972-2013

These materials document several gay bars that operated in the Harrisburg, PA area, namely The Archives Nightclub and Restaurant (1983), La Rose Rouge,(1978-1992), Neptune’s Lounge (1972), Paper Moon, and the Shadows bar (1980-1984).  These items take the form of bar memorabilia, photographs,...

Collection Inventory: LGBT-010 Collection Inventory

LGBT-012 documents
1991-2009

This collection was donated anonymously by an individual associated with the Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) of the Spirit in Harrisburg, PA.  The collection is composed primarily of newspapers clippings that document issues such as same–sex marriage, the...

Collection Inventory: LGBT-012 Collection Inventory

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