NH College of Agriculture & the Mechanic Arts

  • The Moran Era Photograph Collection is a compilation of images from various sources which spans the 26 years for which Clement Moran was University of New Hampshire Photographer. This collection visually tells the story of early campus life during the…
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    Rev. James Hill Fitts was born in Candia, NH on March 3, 1825. He died Nov. 22, 1900 Catalog of Native America (sic Indian) relics donated to NHC in 1896.
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    The Campus Planning Office is responsible for the allocation of and planning for the University's physical plant. This series contains the records from the office of Campus Planning and Real Property Management at the University of New…
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    The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was established in 1866. In 1911, a major reorganization of the entire institution took place. Three divisions were established: the Agricultural Division, the Engineering Division and the…
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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 the files and records of the UNH Basketball Team compiled by the Sports Information Office. Photographs are also available, filed UV 16/1/16.
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    Donald C. Babcock was a professor of History and then Philosophy at the University of New Hampshire from 1937 to 1956. Prof. Babcock worked with Philip Marston, Harold Scudder and Henry Stevens to produce a history of the University for its 75th…
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    This series contains the address delivered by Charles H. Burns in favor of the Leach Bill. The Bill proposed that a two-year course in practical and theoretical agriculture, a department of horticulture, and a system of practical instruction and manual training be added to the curriculum at the New…
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    Ruth G. Stimson graduated from UNH in 1940 with a degree in Home Economics. She joined the Cooperative Extension as a Home Demonstration Agent-at-Large. Shortly after, she was assigned to the Rockingham County Office where she worked until she retired in 1982. The information contained in these 28…
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    Mildred E. Doherty from Derry, NH graduated from the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts with a degree in Home Economics in 1919. She went on to teach elementary schools. This scrapbook contains memorabilia collected by Mildred…
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    Beta Phi Fraternity was founded in 1906 and later became a chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha. Collection includes the Beta Phi Fraternity minute book for years 1907-1909.
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    Arthur F. Nesbit recieved his A.B. degree from Lafayette College in 1892; B.S. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1895 and A.M., Lafayette College in 1895. He served as head of the combined Departments of Physics and Electrical Engineering at New Hampshire College from 1895 to 1908. When…
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    In 1963, the University System of New Hampshire (USNH) was created when the state colleges at Plymouth and Keene were brought under the same Board of Trustees as the University of New Hampshire in Durham. This collection consists of deeds and other…
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    The University of New Hampshire, incorporated in 1866 by the state legislature as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, was one of the early land-grant institutions of public higher education established under the Morrill Act…
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    This series contains the records of the University of New Hampshire Football Team.
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    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…
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    Shares in the Oyster River Hotel in Durham, NH were bequeathed to the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts upon the death of Benjamin Thompson of Durham. This series contains the record book of the minutes for the meetings of the Oyster River Company from 1884-1893.
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    Ezekiel Webster Dimond was the first faculty member of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. This series consists of one folder containing a tribute to Ezekiel Webster Dimond. The pages trace Dimond from his birth in 1836 to his death in 1876. It was written in 1877 by…
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    Edith Dorothea Savithes, from Somersworth, NH was a member of the Class of 1926 at the University of New Hampshire. She pledged Chi Omega Sorority and was an R.O.T.C. Sponsor. This scrapbook was compiled by Edith Dorothea Savithes. It contains mementos from her years as a student at the University…
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    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 ledger kept by the Treasurer of the Class of 1905 between the years 1901-1905. The…
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    Charles E. Hewitt was an alumni of the University of New Hampshire, a professor of electrical engineering at the University starting in 1893, and later, Dean of Engineering during the World War I period. This folder contains correspondence between Charles E. Hewitt, Dean of Engineering, and the…
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    The University of New Hampshire was founded in 1866 by the state legislature as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. First situated in Hanover in connection with Dartmouth College, the NHCAMA was removed to its Durham campus…
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    The University of New Hampshire was founded in 1866 by the state legislature as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. First situated in Hanover in connection with Dartmouth College, the NHCAMA was removed to its Durham campus…
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    Male track team members competed in cross country races as early as 1916, but it was not made a varsity sport until 1922. A women's cross country team was begun ca. 1980. This series contains files and records of the UNH Cross-country team compiled by the Sports…
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    Charles Sumner Murkland was the first to be elected President of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts following the college's move to Durham from Hanover, NH. After a few years serving as pastor in Chicopee, MA and Manchester, NH, he was elected president of UNH. During…
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    Edward Y. Blewett was Dean of the College of Liberal Arts at the University of New Hampshire from 1940-1958.
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    Charles H. Pettee served the University of New Hampshire in various ways for 62 years. He was instrumental in the move of NHC from Hanover to Durham from 1890-1893. He was also acting president three times: 1891-93, 1912, and 1917. He continued to teach at the University of New Hampshire until 1928…
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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…
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    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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    In 1915 the Electrical Engineering Department offered a correspondence course in the use of measuring instruments. This folder contains booklets titled "Measuring Instruments and Integrating Wattmeters".
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    The University of New Hampshire was founded in 1866 by the state legislature as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. First situated in Hanover in connection with Dartmouth College, the NHCAMA was removed to its Durham campus in 1893 after Benjamin Thompson, a prosperous…
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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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    The UNH Men's Track & Field team was started in 1912. A women's team was begun during the 1979-1980 season. This collection contains files and records of the UNH Track and Field Team compiled by the Sports Information Office. Included are press…
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    William Gibbs was born in Winchester, Illinois in 1869. He received his BS and MS degrees from the Agricultural College of the University of Illinois. He then worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture and later taught at Ohio State. In 1902, he became a professor of agriculture at NHC, then…
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    Jeremiah W. Sanborn started at the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts in 1876 as farm superintendent. He continued in that position until 1883 when he left for a job in Missouri. This series contains the report of Jeremiah W. Sanborn to the Secretary of the Board of…
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    Helen Fitch McLaughlin began working at the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts in 1917 as a Home Demonstration Agent. She was promoted to Instructor in Home Economics in 1920 in which position she stayed until her retirement in 1953. This series contains one diary which…
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    Theodore Russell Lovejoy from Conway, NH attended the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts from 1916-1920 but did not graduate. He attended Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, NH before entering New Hampshire College. While at college he earned his letters in football, was a…
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    Edwin F. Bristol was a 1881 graduate of the New College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. This series contains a book produced by Edwin F. Bristol. It contains free drawings in a progression from simple to more complicated. There are also figures accompanied by their mathematical representation.
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    This series contains postcards pertaining to the University of New Hampshire. The majority are campus buildings, but there are also some group photos. Most were never mailed.
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    In 1963, the University System of New Hampshire (USNH) was created when the teacher's colleges at Plymouth and Keene were brought under the same Board of Trustees as the University. This collection contains various licenses. The series is divided into…
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    Benjamin Thompson of Durham, NH bequeathed all of his property, both real and personal, to the State of New Hampshire upon his death on January 30, 1890. Thompson specified in his will that the money and property were to be used to establish an…
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    The Sports Information Office is responsible for the gathering and dissemination of all UNH sports information through-out the nation. This includes preparation of press releases related to athletics, recreational sports and/or individual athletes for the media, preparing informational materials…
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    Ralph Dorn Hetzel graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1906. He taught English and public speaking at Oregon State College and became a full professor there in 1910. In 1912 he was asked to organize a political science department and in 1913 was made the director of the extension services…
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    Professor Ezekiel Webster Dimond was born in Warner, NH in 1836. He graduated from Middlebury College in 1865. He became the first professor of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts in 1868 where he worked until his death in 1876. For detailed information about Dimond's…
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    The Office of the Registrar is concerned with the registration, enrollment, and academic record keeping for the students at the University of New Hampshire. This collection is comprised of many of the Office's papers between 1901 and 1980.
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    Herbert Ray Tucker ("Herb") of Concord, N.H., was class president of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts class of 1912 during each of his college years. An Arts and Science major, Tucker was involved in numerous college activity groups including Kappa Sigma fraternity,…
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    Herbert A. Warden was a member of the Class of 1896 of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. This series contains a book of mechanical drawings created by Herbert A. Warden. The drawings progress from simple to more complex. Included are surveys of the campus in Hanover,…
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    This series contains the photographs of the Men's and Women's Soccer teams at the University of New Hampshire. Records are also available, filed under UA 16/1/12.
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    The University of New Hampshire was founded in 1866 by the state legislature as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. First situated in Hanover in connection with Dartmouth College, the NHCAMA was removed to its Durham campus…
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    The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was established in Hanover in order to share the resources of Dartmouth College. Each institution, however, was to retain their separate identities. The act of establishment provided for a…