The Pohndorff Yates Collection was originally housed by the College's Permanent Art Collection, but was later transferred to the Department of Special Collections. The collection was cataloged item-by-item by staff of the Permanent Art Collection, and the index cards produced during cataloging are available by request in Special Collections. A printed catalog to a portion of the collection was prepared in 1975 by two Skidmore students, Carole ...
The collection is made up of materials relating to Anne Palamountain's involvement in Skidmore College including programs for the the Palamountain Cup, the Belmont Ball, and the National Museum of Racing Annual Ball.The materials in the collection consist of mainly booklets and papers with one box containing clothing.
The collection contains the records of Benef-Action from 1990-2009. Benef-Action is the only SGA sponsored student volunteer club and is dedicated to serving Skidmore's students and the Saratoga community by facilitating community service experiences and publicizing volunteer opportunities. Benef-Action sponsors several sub-groups and special events throughout the year.
The collection consists of subject files from trustee Charles F. Gosnell including trustee papers, auditing committee records, and public relations papers among other things. The materials consist of paper records with some news clippings and one or two photographs.
The collection consists of publications by Skidmore College and associates over the years, such as the student handbook and publications from the Tang Teaching Museum. The materials are made up of pamphlets, booklets, newsletters, and newspapers along with paper records.
The collection contains materials from various Skidmore committees over the years, divided into series by committee. The materials consist mainly of paper records relating to the various committees such as minutes, agendas, and correspondence.
The collection is made up of Norma MacRury's administrative papers from her time as Dean of Studies covering subjects like faculty meetings, the history of Skidmore, and student activities. The materials consist mainly of loose papers with some booklets and photographs interspersed.
The collection contains records relating to the Skidmore Department of Physical Education covering subjects such as self study, dance staff meetings, staff handbooks, riding, senior group projects, senior exam questions, and enrollment data. The materials are almost entirely loose paper records with some photographs and at least one handbook.
The Bulk of this collection focuses on Elizabeth Adams' involvement in the WWII relief effort, as well as documenting her years at Skidmore College. It is recorded that Elizabeth Adams organized her files in 1989 for their donation to Skidmore College in 1997. The personal papers organized by Adams have been mostly kept in ...
Contains various publications of Skidmore faculty over the years from the mid to late 1900s taking the form of pamphlets, newspapers, magazines, and news letters.
Collection contains papers from Grace Cockroft such as her master thesis, correspondence, rough drafts of books, and speeches given. The materials are made up chiefly of paper records and manuscripts.
The collection contains papers related to Skidmore alumni Jean Rudnick, class of 1944, with materials such as correspondence, news clippings, and trustee business records.The materials are primarily paper records with some booklets and newspaper clippings as well.
The collection is made up of various committee files, primarily paper records, relating to professor Lynne Gelber over 20 years of her time at Skidmore College.
The materials in the collection relate mostly to Ms. Paulding's education beginning at the primary level, her time at Skidmore, and her retirement. The collection contains paper records as well as a series of photographs and some bound volumes and oversize documents.
The materials cover a wide range of records from the Office of Communications including contact sheets, photos, and news releases. The collection is divided into six series and ranges from the 1950s to the early 2000s.
The collection contains the records of Skidmore's Phi Beta Kappa, including such material as correspondence, information on elections, new member processing, "visiting scholars" information, delegates manuals, and banking records. The records are for the most part loose paper in file-folders, but the delegates manuals are bound and some of the banking records are in a booklet.
This collection is arranged chronologically.
The collection contains papers and publications relating to Sabra Hook. The materials are made up of booklets, magazines, newspaper articles, and paper records.
The collection contains records relating to the Skidmore College library since the mid-1900s including such things as exhibit labels, accession records, student suggestion books, files of David Eyman and Alvin Skipsna, and correspondence from the Office of the College Librarian. The materials are both bound in volumes and loose in file folders, mostly consisting of paper records and exhibit labels.
The collections contain miscellaneous small and/or single folder collections from throughout the 1900s too small to give their own collection. It consists mainly of records and pamphlets with some photographs.
The Skidmore College Club of Schenectady is an alumni club formed to provide a social and business network for alumni in the Schenectady, NY area. In addition, they participate in fundraisers, reunions, and other alumni activities.
The records describe in detail the administrative functions of the nursing department chairman’s office, the teaching activities of the nursing faculty, and some aspects of student life in New York City from the 1950’s through 1985. There are relatively few records documenting the establishment of the nursing program in 1922 and the early years of the program. Few of the records ...
Materials from an exhibit on costumes depicted in Victorian-era illustrations put together by Catherine Golden's LS2 101H Victorian Illustrated Book class in the spring semester of 2002. Box contains exhibit labels, a catalog, brochures and flyers, and photographs of the exhibit.