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Speech by Abraham W. Hendricks to the Union Literary Society of Hanover College at the graduation exercises of the society, 19 August 1847. He discusses the history of freedom and liberty in the United States, looking at the Magna Carta, the American Revolution, the feudal system in England, primogeniture, land ownership, wealth, and equality of rights
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The Adam Emory Albright Scrapbook was created by Adam Emory Albright, in which he recorded his media presence as an artist. It includes newspaper clippings, images, exhibition programs, pamphlets, catalogues, and correspondence documenting exhibitions, sale of paintings, reviews and critiques of Albright's work, correspondence, interviews with Albright discussing his art and background, Albright's Log House Studio, Albright's commentaries on art, prizes, sculpture, travel, and art organizations. The collection also contains photographs of his children Ivan and Malvin
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The Alice Bowie Correspondence contains photocopies of letters between Alice Bowie and her friends and family while she was studying in London as part of Hanover College's Indiana Intercollegiate Study Project, 1955-1956. In them, she describes her experiences travelling on a ship, her impressions of London, sight seeing, stereotypes and impressions of Americans, her research and work at a Rehabilitation Center, and her visits to Scotland, Wales, Germany and France
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An agreement, dated 12 August 1834 between Richard C. Talbott, Nathaniel Bayless, James C. Graham, and Elmer Gale and the Hanover College Board of Trustees, which allows them to manage a boarding house for Hanover College students. Mentioned in the agreement is that there will be no sale alcohol on the premises
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Handwritten reproduction of "Brief History of the Presbyterian Church in the State of Indiana" by John W. Dickey. It was originally published in Madison Indiana by C.P. J. Arion in 1828. The copy was probably created between 1870-1910
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Seven woodblock prints on paper showing Buddhist deities, ca. 1890-1910. They include New Year's Eve God, Stars of Heaven God, God of Hidden Things of Earth, God of the Dead, God of Affliction, God of the Star of Literature, God of the Vermilion Clothes
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Letters written to riverboat pilot Capt. George Benedict, primarily from his his wife Lucy and his sister Peggy. Topics of this correspondence includes family news, religion, alcoholism of Benedicts's father, travel by river, deaths, marriages, diseases, measels, and the loneliness and isloation they feel while Benedict is away. His business partners also send information about the state of the business, the purchase of a new boat and river levels
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Letter from Caroline Coulter of Crawfordsville, IN to John Coulter dated 7 February 1864. She discusses family news, illnesses, the presbyterian church, her brother preaching in Madison, IN and Indianapolis, and local news and events in Crawfordsville. Surnames mentioned in the letter include Dunn, Mack, Maxwell, Johnson, Blair, Crowe, Grant, Blythe, Hovey, and Garritt
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The Charles Alling diary describes Alling̀•s experiences from September 1883 to December 1884 while as a student at Hanover College. With almost daily entries, Alling discusses his educational, social, and relational opportunities at Hanover. He discusses frankly his interests in studies, his feelings for fellow students and professors, and gives insight into education and social activities at Hanover in the 1880s
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Correspondence, dated 1892-1895, by D.W. Fisher while serving as president of Hanover College. This correspondence touches on all aspects of college administration, including faculty, curriculum, student behavior and discipline, advising, and finances