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    • Charles Sumner: A Eulogy Delivered Before the Faculty and Societies of Kalamazoo College 

      May, Charles S. (1874-06-16)
      A eulogy to the statesman, orator, and scholar, Charles Sumner (1811-1874). The eulogy describes Sumner's early life and education, his work as a lawyer, his career in the Senate, and his anti-slavery activities.
    • Eleventh Anniversary of the Kalamazoo Theological Seminary 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo Theological Seminary, 1861-06-19)
      From 1849 to 1869, the Kalamazoo Theological Seminary, a supplementary institute of Kalamazoo College, offered classes for ministerial students. In 1861, Rufus Lewis Perry, a former enslaved person, graduated from the ...
    • H. S. Tibbits receipt 

      Unknown author (1855)
      A receipt or bill for H. S. Tibbits for penmanship instruction at Kalamazoo College, 1855.
    • K-Plan Charts 

      Kalamazoo College (1960)
      Charts illustrating the K-Plan from the 1960s and 1970s.
    • The Kalamazoo College Plan 

      Barrett, Laurence N., 1915-2002 (1989)
      History of the development of the Kalamazoo College Plan (or "K Plan"), written by Professor Emeritus of English Laurence Barrett. Includes sections from the Kalamazoo College Catalog, 1964-1965.
    • Registrar's Ledger 1838-1865 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1865)
      This is a handwritten ledger listing the names of students from as early as 1838. The name of a parent/guardian, age of student, residence, religious denomination, and reasons for leaving were often noted. Not every academic ...
    • Report of Daily Class Attendance 

      Kalamazoo College (1910)
      An attendance slip used by instructors at Kalamazoo College to keep track of daily class attendance in the 1910s.
    • Ritual of Recognition for New Students 

      Hoben, Thomas Allan, 1874-1935 (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1927)
      First used September 21, 1927.
    • Spencer McOmber receipt 

      Unknown author (1848)
      A promissory note or receipt signed by Spencer McOmber, for joinery work on one of the early buildings of Kalamazoo College (then referred to as the "Branch" due to its affiliation with the University of Michigan).