Library

  • University Archives
    Thelma B. Thompson (b. 1948, MLS University of Iowa 1985) served as Government Information and Maps Librarian at the University of New Hampshire's Dimond Library beginning in 1999. One of her many contributions was extensive work with the historical topographical maps of New England and New York…
  • University Archives
    Robert Flint Chandler was appointed Dean of the College of Agriculture at UNH in 1947. He served as president of UNH from 1950-1954. During Chandler's administration, the drive for the Memorial Union Building was completed. In 1951, Sawyer and…
  • University Archives
    The Publications Office produces pamphlets, brochures, maps, posters, and invitations for the University. This series contains a collection of their products.
  • University Archives
    This collection contains files which were maintained by the Office of the President. They cover a wide range of topics which were addressed by the Office of the President, 1941-1980. Numerous files span more than one academic year and more than one…
  • University Archives
    This series contains the files of the Spanish Department at the University of New Hampshire from 1967-1983. Included are files on the study abroad programs in Spanish speaking countries.
  • University Archives
    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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    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…
  • University Archives
    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…
  • University Archives
    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
    This series consists of annual reports which were given to the president by all departments and offices on campus, 1925-1959 and 1970-1973.
  • University Archives
    The Merrimack Valley Branch of the University of New Hampshire was established in Manchester in September 1967. This collection contains miscellaneous papers and handbooks from the library of Merrimack Valley Branch.
  • University Archives
    The Merrimack Valley College began as a branch of the University of New Hampshire in 1967. This collection contains a handbook, correspondence, and annual reports from the Merrimack Valley College Library. It also contains minutes from the Library…
  • University Archives
    This series contains the newsletter "The Library Lantern" published for the Hamilton Smith Library at the University of New Hampshire from 1925-1942. The newsletter consists mostly of book reviews for newly acquired books as well as general…
  • University Archives
    In 1985, Gov. John Sununu signed into law a bill making the Merrimack Valley College the sixth college of the University of New Hampshire. The University of New Hampshire at Manchester (UNHM) provides access to UNH associate, bachelor and graduate…
  • University Archives
    This series contains issues of the periodic newsletter produced by the Teaching and Learning Council at the University of New Hampshire. Its purpose was to look more closely at how people teach and learn and report University activities relating to this topic.
  • University Archives
    The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was founded in 1866 in Hanover, NH. The college moved to Durham, NH in 1893. The college library was first located in Thompson Hall. In 1907 a new library was built and named for Hamilton…
  • University Archives
    This series contains issues of the newsletter produced in-house by the staff at the University of New Hampshire's Dimond Library. The newsletter reports on the internal news of the library as well as university events and information which effect library employees. The name of the newsletter has…
  • University Archives
    The College Library of the New Hamsphire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts cooperated and combined its resources with the Durham Public Library for nearly a century. This series is comprised of the accession records of the College, and later, the University Library.
  • University Archives
    This series consists of "Library Fax", which was a publication produced by a committee within Dimond Library.
  • University Archives
    The University of New Hamsphire Library records date back to the first catalog of books belonging to the New Hampshire state college. This collection chronicles the Library's growth through correspondence, records, minutes of meetings, acquisitions,…
  • University Archives
    The University of New Hampshire Library was housed in Hamilton Smith Library from 1907 until 1958 when Dimond Library was built. This series contains newsletters produced by various departments of the Library to provide the campus with information…
  • University Archives
    The Library Staff Council consisted of Operating Staff representives from each of the departments within the library. The Council brought the concerns of the staff to the Administration office. This series contains the files of the Library Staff Council.
  • University Archives
    The University of New Hampshire Library was housed in Hamilton Smith Library from 1907 until 1958 when Dimond Library was built. This series contains the newsletter produced by the Library to provide the campus with information about new developments, policies and accessions in the library.
  • University Archives
    Charlotte K. Anderson worked for the University of New Hampshire Library for 37 years. She was hired as a reader consultant in 1943, but quickly assumed the duties of the documents librarian. In 1946, she was promoted to assistant librarian and held that position until she retired in 1980. This…
  • University Archives
    Arthur Stanton Adams was born on July 1, 1896 in Winchester, Massachusetts. He received degrees from Norwich University, The University of California and the Colorado School of Mines. He served as president of UNH from June of 1948 through 1950. The Papers of Arthur Stanton Adams cover the years…
  • University Archives
    Thelma Brackett served the state of New Hampshire as both the state librarian (1931-1942) and the head librarian at the University of New Hampshire (1942-1962). This series contains Thelma Brackett's correspondence, articles written by Thelma, and photographs which were collected by Jane Kaufman,…