Flint Kellogg Academic Hood

Black and white hood worn by Flint Kellogg, professor and marshal of Dickinson College. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00006

Location: Shelf 10

Subject: Academic Regalia, Hood

Format: Clothing

Floral Design Beaded Moccasins, c.1890

A pair of Shoshone tan leather moccasins from the Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho. The pair of moccasins are decorated with an intricate beaded floral design with pink, yellow, gold, blue, black, green and white beads. One of the flaps of fabric around the ankle is trimmed with dark blue and red fabric. This pair of moccasins belonged to Zatae Longsdorff, class of 1887.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.2_4

Location: Shelf 32 Box 4

Subject: moccasins, bead work, Native Americans

Format: Clothing

Football Schedule t-shirt, front

White t-shirt printed with “Watch the Devils…” and football schedule on front and “Explode” and list of opponents’ names on back.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00677

Location: Shelf 22 (housed with AC 00678-00681)

Subject: T-shirt, Athletics

Format: Clothing

Frank Elmer Masland, Jr. regalia

Black cap and hood and red gown belonging to Frank Elmer Masland, Jr., class of 1918 and a member of the Dickinson College Board of Trustees from 1946-1965.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00014

Location: RR 03

Subject: Academic Regalia, Cap, Gown, Hood

Format: Clothing, Hats

Freshman Beanie, Name Tag, and Student ID, 1967

President William Durden's Dickinson College Freshman red beanie (“dink”) with "71" on the back in white and "A-1" written in black marker on the front. A name tag with the college seal and "Dickinson College" in red and "William Durden" in black, and a red and white student ID with a student photo on the back, all from 1967.  

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00462

Location: Shelf 19

Subject: Dink, Nametag, Student ID, ID Card

Format: Clothing, Miscellaneous, Pins/Buttons

Academic Hood, 1958

Black and purple hood worn by George Shuman, Jr. upon receiving an honorary doctorate from Lycoming College in 1958. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00005

Location: Shelf 10

Subject: Academic Regalia, Hood

Format: Clothing

Academic Hoods and Cap, c.1950

Two black academic hoods and mortorboard cap worn by George Shuman, Jr. as treasurer of Dickinson College.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00003

Location: Shelf 3

Subject: Academic Regalia, Hood

Format: Clothing, Hats

Global Ambassador shirt, 2010

Global Ambassador blue collared shirt belonging to Allison Schell, a member of the Class of 2011, who represented the Norwich Humanities Study Abroad program for the Center for Global Study and Engagement from 2010-2011.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00664

Location: Shelf 16 (housed with AC 00499, 00500, 00502, 00503)

Subject: Uniform, Study Abroad

Format: Clothing

Gray Dickinson T-shirt, c.1990

Gray cotton T-shirt with Dickinson in red letters. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00734

Location: Shelf 10 (housed with AC 00733)

Subject: T-shirt

Format: Clothing

Green Devil T-Shirt, c.2008

Gray, cotton t-shirt with logo "Turn me off!" on the left breast pocket area.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00819

Location: Shelf 18 (housed with AC 00820)

Subject: Sustainability, T-shirt, Green Devil

Format: Clothing

Home Grown T-Shirt, 2003

A light blue T-Shirt, size large, with black text on the upper left corner of the chest that reads "HOME GROWN, CAMPUS ACTIVITIES BOARD, Dickinson College, April 30, 2003". On the back "STAFF" is printed in black. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00806

Location: Shelf 10 (housed with AC 00803-00805, 00807-00810)

Subject: T-shirt, Student Life

Format: Clothing

Intramural Champion T-Shirt, c.2003

A red T-shirt, size large, with a white and black design on the front featuring six different sports balls and the text "DICKINSON Intramural Champion '03-'04".

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00804

Location: Shelf 10 (housed with AC 00803, AC 00805-00810)

Subject: T-shirt, Student Life

Format: Clothing

James Henry Morgan Hood

Black hood, gown, and cap worn by James Henry Morgan as president of Dickinson College in the early twentieth century.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00002

Location: RR 02

Subject: Academic Regalia, Presidents, Hood, Gown, Cap

Format: Clothing, Hats

Japanese Footwear

Two pairs of red painted wooden Japanese traditional footwear. One pair has a pair of plastic red and white polka dotted toe covers. There are a total of seven pairs of shoes in the collection. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00275

Location: Shelf 21

Subject: footwear

Format: Clothing

Jazz Ensemble Polo Shirt, c.1980

A red polo shirt with "Dickinson Jazz Ensemble" in white lettering. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00035

Location: Shelf 9 (housed with 00033-00041, 00467)

Subject: Visual and Performing Arts, T-shirt

Format: Clothing

Jive Turkeys Jersey, c.2004

A light blue and dark blue jersey, size medium, with the Jive Turkeys team design, featuring a turkey and the text "The Jive Turkeys" in blue and "Jickinson College Ultimate" in red. On the back "George W. Bush 666" is printed in blue. This item belongs to Andrew Cassidy-Amstutz. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00809

Location: Shelf 10 (housed with AC 00803-00808, AC 00810)

Subject: Student Life, Athletics, Uniform, T-shirt

Format: Clothing

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Cardigan, c.2018

A maroon cardigan with white fraternity letters (KAP) on the right lapel and the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity crest on the other lapel. This cardigan was worn by Teryan Lowery. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00891

Location: Shelf 20 (with AC 00901, 00899, 00892)

Subject: Greek Life, Cardigan

Format: Clothing

KDP/SPSEA t-shirt

A large grey shirt with a logo on the front and back. On the front there is a design with the Dickinson College compass rose logo and KDP/SPSEA (Kappa Delta Pi and the Student Pennsylvania State Education Association). The back of the shirt has a map and the words "Dickinson College Education Department, Engage the world, Teach the Children" on it. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00848

Location: Shelf 19 (housed with AC 00849-50, AC 00926)

Subject: T-shirt, Student Life, Compass Rose

Format: Clothing

Knit Dickinson Sweater, c.1930

Cream, knit letter sweater with large red “D” on front worn by Edward Hoberman, class of 1930.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00477

Location: Shelf 3

Subject: Sweater, Athletics

Format: Clothing

Letter Sweater, c.1930

An off-white knit wool letter sweater with a big red varsity letter "D" sewn onto the front. The sweater was worn by Edward Johnson (Class of 1932), captain of the varsity football team. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00511

Location: RR 02 (housed with AC 00491-492, 00512)

Subject: Sweater

Format: Clothing

Library Catalog Conversion Shirt, front

A t-shirt commemorating the Waidner-Spahr Library's conversion from the Dewey Decimal system to the Library of Congress cataloging system, which took place over the summer of 2003.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00467

Location: Shelf 9 (housed with 00033-00041, 00467)

Subject: Waidner-Spahr Library, T-shirt

Format: Clothing

Mail Services T-Shirt, c.2003

A light pink T-Shirt, size medium, with text in red on the upper left corner of the chest that reads "DICKINSON COLLEGE MAIL SERVICES". On the back "STAFF" is printed in red.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00805

Location: Shelf 10 (housed with AC 00803-00804, AC 00806-00810)

Subject: T-shirt

Format: Clothing

Men’s Glee Club Reunion tie, c.1995

Red silk tie with college seal worn by Charles Sellers during Men’s Glee Club reunions.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00707

Location: Shelf 26

Subject: Tie, Reunion

Format: Clothing

Morgan Crunch T-Shirt, c.2001

A white T-Shirt, size XL, with the Dickinson compass seal in red on the upper left corner of the chest. On the back "I survived the Morgan Crunch! 2001-2002" is printed in red. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00807

Location: Shelf 10 (housed with AC 00803-00806, AC 00808-00810)

Subject: T-shirt, Student Life, Morgan Hall

Format: Clothing

Multicolored Beaded Moccasins, c.1890

A pair of tan leather moccasins from the Fort Hall Reservation for Shoshone Indians. The moccasins are decorated with intricate beaded designs in pink, yellow, light blue, green, red, white and dark blue. This pair was owned by Zatae Longsdorff, class of 1887. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.2_3

Location: Shelf 32 Box 4

Subject: moccasins, bead work, Native Americans

Format: Clothing


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