Alumni & University Relations

  • University Archives
    "The Mission of Finance and Administration is to provide expert support to the President and to develop, implement, and continuously improve upon the best practices and highest quaility services for students, faculty, and staff that enable and enhance…
  • University Archives
    Theater Resourcess for Youth, or Project TRY, was started by Professor Joseph Batcheller of the University of New Hampshire. The aim of Project TRY was to introduce elementary school children in New Hampshire to live theater. It also provided support…
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    The Alumni Monthly was a newsletter for dues-paying members of the UNH National Alumni Association. The purpose of the newsletter was to provide information about alumni events, programs, services, and activities.
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    The University of New Hampshire was founded in 1866 in Hanover, N.H. as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts; it moved to Durham N.H. in 1893 and became a university in 1923. This collection is made up of small donations of all…
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    Harold Paul Monica (1920-2006) was a member of the UNH Class of 1942. This account, written in 1995, documents Monica's US Army involvement in World War II, 1941-1945.
  • University Archives
    Ann Weaver Hart was appointed eighteenth president of the University of New Hampshire on July 1, 2002. This collection contains the presidential papers of Ann Weaver Hart
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    This folder includes a one page history of the UNH NORCAL alumni chapter and a Northern California Aluni Chapter newsletter from Autumn, 2000.
  • University Archives
    The UNH Centennial Development Fund was established in 1964 as the university’s first capital campaign to be conducted in connection with the forthcoming centennial observation. The scrapbook was compiled by George Bamford.
  • University Archives
    This collection contains files that cover the policies and procedures that must be followed to host a political candidate in the MUB.
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    The University of New Hampshire Occupational Therapy program was initiated in 1942 as a major program offered by the Art Department of the College of Liberal Arts. This collection contains memorabilia and artifacts compiled as part of the 50th…
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    This series contains the reports and agendas of the Board of Trustees' External Affairs Committee. This committee replaced the Alumni Relations Committee.
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    Gordon A. Haaland joined the UNH faculty as instructor of psychology in 1965 and later served as chair of the psychology department. He was serving as vice president for academic affairs before he became interim president and then president of the University in 1984. Gordon Haaland resigned to…
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    Wilfred Osgood, Class of 1914, was an active alumni and member of the UNH community. This series contains the files of Wilfred A. Osgood, concerning his position as Alumni Treasurer for Lambda Chi Alpha and chairman of the 40th reunion of the class of 1914.
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    Eugene F. Nute graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1941. Nute went to Artillery Officer's Candidate School, but "fate stepped in and pushed me into a desk job for the rest of the war."
  • University Archives
    This series contains the minutes for the meetings of the Board of Trustees' Alumni Affairs Committee.
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    On August 1, 1990, Dale Nitzschke (pronounced Nit-ski) became president of the University of New Hampshire. A native of Iowa, Nitzschke earned his bachelor's degree with honors from Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, and his M.Ed. and Ph.D. degress in guidance and counseling from Ohio University. From…
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    In 1933 the Board of Directors of the Alumni Association established the Alumni Meritorious Service Award as a way of recongizing outstanding alumnae. A committee of alumni, appointed by the Association president, is charged with selecting the recipients of these awards. This series contains the…
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    L. Franklin "Frank" Heald born and raised in Littleton, NH. Heald graduated from UNH in 1939 with a B.A. degree in political science. During his senior year, he served as UNH correspondent to The Union Leader (Manchester, NH). In 1940, he was selected…
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    The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was incorporated in 1866 by the state legislature as was one of the early land-grant institutions of public higher education established under the Morrill Act. Orignally located in Hanover, NH, it was removed to Durham in 1893 and…
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    This series contains files maintained by the Office of the President. After Dale Nitzschke resigned, two people served as interim president: Thomas Fairchild (1994-95) and Walter Peterson (1995-96)
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    The Alumni Association was responsible for initiating a fund drive to build the Memorial Union Building. This series contains some of the materials used in soliciting funds for the memorial union building. It also contains names of veterans who served in the wars, obtained in 1953 from the office…
  • University Archives
    Freshman Camp was first held in 1932. Its purpose was to provide an occasion for incoming freshmen to meet a number of the students and faculty at UNH before the academic year began and a chance to become acquainted with opportunities and problems that may await them during their college years.…
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    The first honorary degree was awarded in 1881 by the Trustees to Jeremiah W. Sanborn of Gilmanton, NH for his years of service as the manager of the College farm. The practice of awarding honorary degrees has been suspended twice, once during the…
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    Joan R. Leitzel earned her bachelor's degree from Hanover College in 1958, her master's degree from Brown University in 1961, and her doctorate from Indiana University in 1965, all in mathematics. Dr. Leitzel was appointed seventeenth president of the…
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    The Office of Parent Programs is the culmination of the UNH Parents’ Association. The Parents’ Association was created in 1976 in order to facilitate parent involvement in the University’s education and student life activities, and to improve…
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    The Commuter/Transfer Center, formerly called Off-Campus Housing, opened in 1979. Its purpose was to provide a wider range of support and services for the transfer and commuter students at UNH. Located in the Memorial Union Building, the center…
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    The small number of Universtiy faculty and Durham residents who were interested in the arts in the 1930s, joined forces in promoting musical and dramatic events. This scrapbook was compiled by Helen Funkhouser, who played the lead female role in many…
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    Roy Deneale Hunter was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the University of New Hampshire in 1916. He then became president of the Board in 1931 until his death in 1944. Hunter also acted as Chief Executive Officer of UNH twice, following the death of President Lewis in 1937 and President…
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    The UNH News Bureau is responsible for generating stories for both university and extra-university consumption. This series contains press releases which were sent to outside media the UNH News Bureau.
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    Argyle Burrill Proper from Warner, NH was a member of the Class of 1926 at the University of New Hampshire. He was a member of the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity, the Aggie Club and the Phi Sigma Honorary Biological Society. He also served on the Y.W.C.A…
  • University Archives
    The Senior Writers Action Group is affiliated with the Active Retirement Association (ARA) in Durham, New Hampshire. This series contains the publications of the Senior Writers’ Action Group.
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    Dr. Fred Engelhardt was chosen as president of UNH on December 1, 1936, assuming office the following April. He served as president until his death on February 3, 1944. The Fred Engelhardt Papers include topics such as library alterations, the WPA, the National Defence, and the military department.
  • University Archives
    The job of the News Bureau is to tell the university's story to internal and exernal audiences and to work with the media on behalf of the university. The Bureau collected the "Good News" for the consumption of the University community.
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    From 1898 to 1941 each graduating class held their class day exercises either the day before or the day of commencement. Class Day was filled with the usual speeches and music. The Ivy Oration was given by a member of the class. They also planted the…
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    Oren "Dad" Vittelius Henderson worked for the University of New Hampshire from 1915 to 1939. He started as the Business Secretary for the college and was also the Purchasing Agent for the Experiment Station. In 1920 he was promoted to Executive…
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    Harold Walter Stoke served as President of UNH from 1944-1947. After three years at the University of New Hampshire, Dr. Stoke resigned (August 1947) to become president of Louisiana State University. The Papers of Harold Walter Stoke cover the years 1944-1947 and include materials such as post war…
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    The Publications Office produces pamphlets, brochures, maps, posters, and invitations for the University. This series contains a collection of their products.
  • University Archives
    The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was founded in Hanover, NH in 1866. It moved to Durham, NH in 1893 and became the University of New Hampshire in 1923. This series consists of the minute book of the Class of 1897. The first entry is September 20, 1893, and the final…
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    The newspaper-style Alumni Companion replaced the New Hampshire Alumnus magazine in 1988. Its purpose was to keep alumni informed about alumni affairs and developments at the University, as well as keeping class members in touch with each other and…
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    Following the resignation of President Harold W. Stoke in August of 1947, the Board of Trustees spent the fall semester choosing a successor. During this period the President of the Board of Trustees, Frank W. Randall, served as Interim Executive Officer. However, because Randall was active in…
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    The UNH Media Relations Office is charged with generating stories about the University to both campus and off-campus audiences. Chief among such stories are those that center around the University Presidents. This series includes the Media Relations files on UNH Presidents Robert Chandler, John…
  • University Archives
    This series contains videotapes covering a variety of subjects associated with the university.
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    This series contains the publication "The Economy of Giving" produced by the Office of University Development at the University of New Hampshire. The publication's purpose is to solicit donations from alumni. It also provides information on tax laws…
  • University Archives
    Herbert J. Moss worked in the President's Office as Secretary of the University from 1950-1952. Afterwards, he served as Dean of the Graduate School until 1954. This collection contains his files while employed in the President's Office at the…
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    The Agricutural Alumni Association organizes and sponsors the annual Homecoming Barbecue. This series contains the correspondence and records of the treasurer of the Agricultural Alumni Association.
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    This series contains films created by the UNH Office of Public Information. Many of them were shot by Clement Moran using 16mm film. They have been converted onto VHS. They cover a variety of campus events from the 1930's and 1940's. There are…
  • University Archives
    The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was founded in Hanover, NH in 1866. The school moved to Durham, NH in 1893 and became the University of New Hampshire in 1923. The Alumni Association began publishing an alumni bulletin in…
  • University Archives
    This series consists of annual reports which were given to the president by all departments and offices on campus, 1925-1959 and 1970-1973.
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    The Connecticut Branch of the Alumni Association of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was formed in November 1920. The original purpose was "to get Connecticut men behind the drive for a Memorial Field". The first meeting was held at Bond Armex Hotel with fourteen…
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    This series contains videotapes concerning alumni activities.