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  • Press Release: Assistant to the President for Church Relations 

    Lee, Wono (Kalamazoo College, 1967-03-06)
    A college communication publicizing the newly hired W. Haydn Ambrose who would serve as the assistant to President Weimer K. Hicks for Church Relations and as the Director of Financial Aid.
  • Dr. W. Haydn Ambrose Is the Author of a New Book 

    Lee, Wono (Kalamazoo College, 1968-02-19)
    In 1968, W. Haydn Ambrose, an administrator at Kalamazoo College, published his book "The Church in the University."
  • For Immediate Release: Ambrose-Mandrell Appointments 

    Korth, Kathy (Kalamazoo College, 1973-07-17)
    A July 1973 press release publicizing new appointments at Kalamazoo College for W. Haydn Ambrose as Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid and for James Mandrell as Director of Financial Aid.
  • Kalamazoo College News Release 6-76-#2 

    Brown, Ruth (Kalamazoo College, 1976-06-01)
    This 1976 press release states that W. Haydn Ambrose would change roles at Kalamazoo College from Dean of Admissions to the Director of Church Relations and Associate Director of Development.
  • W. Haydn Ambrose Elected President of Midwest Ministerial Commission 

    Pangburn, Pat (Kalamazoo College, 1982-11-16)
    In this press release, it was communicated that W. Haydn Ambrose was selected to serve as president of the Midwest Commission on Ministry of the American Baptist Churches. He served in this role in conjunction with his ...
  • W. Haydn Ambrose Named Director of Development for Kalamazoo College 

    Pangburn, Pat (Kalamazoo College, 1983-03-01)
    This news brief reported that W. Haydn Ambrose was promoted from Associate Director of Development to Director of Development at Kalamazoo College.
  • Ambrose to Assume New Position for "K" College in Florida 

    Allen, Susan W. (Kalamazoo College, 1986-12-23)
    A press release announcing that W. Haydn Ambrose would take on the position of Director of Estate Planning, relinquishing his role as Vice President for Development.
  • Letter from C.B. Williams to President Stetson 

    Williams, Clarke Benedict (1923-08-27)
    Professor C.B. Williams writes to retired Kalamazoo College president Herbert Lee Stetson about travel conditions on the S.S. President Lincoln. He focuses on the typhoon they sailed through but also mentions other travelers ...
  • Letter from Hittie Williams to her daughter 

    Williams, Hittie (1923-08-26)
    Hittie Williams, the wife of Prof. C.B. Williams, writes to her daughter Elisabeth about the typhoon and other passengers on the ship as they sail from Hawaii to Japan in August of 1923.
  • Letter from C.B. Williams to his brother 

    Williams, Clarke Benedict (1923-08-23)
    Clarke Benedict Williams writes to his brother Frank and sister-in-law Mary about his time in Hawaii and the typhoon he and his wife Hittie sailed through en route to Japan. The former student that Prof. Williams met with ...
  • Letter from C.B. Williams to his daughter 

    Williams, Clarke Benedict (1923-08-22)
    Clarke Benedict Williams describes sailing through a typhoon after leaving the Hawaiian Islands en route to Japan.
  • Clarke Benedict Williams Resume 

    Williams, Clarke Benedict (1922-12)
    A resume written by Prof. Clarke Benedict Williams with details on education, teaching, membership in societies and local clubs, family, travel, and writing.
  • Clarke Benedict Williams 

    Austin, G.W. (c. 1900)
    A portrait of Clarke B. Williams, professor of Mathematics, c. 1900.
  • Clarke Benedict Williams 

    Johnson, Paul N. (1910)
    Prof. Clarke B. Williams with his daugher Elizabeth in their own backyard at 214 Stuart Ave.
  • Clarke Benedict Williams 

    Unknown author (c. 1916)
    Clarke B. Williams was a professor of mathematics at Kalamazoo College from 1894 to 1923. He also served as a Dean beginning in 1913. Williams was nicknamed "Tuffy" by his students. In 1923, he and his wife died in an ...
  • Diebold Symposium to Feature Biology Research Projects 

    Greenhoe, John (Kalamazoo College, 1998-04-09)
    The Diebold Biology Symposium is a two-day scientific meeting, modeled after an academic conference, which includes a keynote lecture followed by a showing of senior biology majors' research projects, which they complete ...
  • Rob Townsend Wins Frances Diebold Award 

    Greenhoe, John (Kalamazoo College, 1996-06-05)
    Rob Townsend, recycling and resource recovery coordinator at Kalamazoo College, has been honored as the 1996 recipient of the Frances Diebold Award. The Diebold award is unique, offering students their only opportunity to ...
  • She Has Touched Thousands of Lives 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, c. 1987)
    An informational flyer about Dr. Frances Diebold and the efforts to raise money for a biology center within the Dow Science Center.
  • Memories of Frances Diebold 

    Unknown author (1967)
    Quotes from former students of Dr. Frances Diebold, retired Professor of Biology at Kalamazoo College, probably taken around the time of her retirement in 1967.
  • The Frances Diebold Scholars Program 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 9999)
    This program honors Dr. Frances Diebold with a permanent tribute to her forty-four years of dedicated service to Kalamazoo College. It will provide recognition and financial support for students whose attributes reflect ...