University of New Hampshire

  • The University of New Hampshire Museum was opened in 1966 in the Field House. It showcased UNH history and achievements as well as artifacts from UNH founders such as Benjamin Thompson. It was later moved to Thompson Hall (1987) and lastly to Dimond Library (1998). Beginning in the early 1990s, two…
  • SAFO provides funding to 200+ student organizations on the UNH campus, which in turn supports a wide array of student-sponsored programming. This collection consists of budget and financial reports, handbooks, and agendas related to the use and distribution of the money collected through the…
  • Openly LGBTQ+ gatherings and community activities have been part of UNH at least since 1972. This collection contains items from various sources within UNH documenting LGBTQ+ activities on the UNH Durham campus.
  • Mark W. Huddleston was the 19th president of the University of New Hampshire. This collection contains materials generated by Huddelston and his university administration.
  • These interviews were conducted in 1996 by Mylinda Woodward as part of ENG:732 Folklore and Folklife. This collection contains 41 interviews with women who attended UNH during WWII and graduated in the Class of 1945. Several interviews are on cassette…
  • The UNH Alumni Association serves serves graduates by organizing reunions, promoting professional development, and many other functions.
  • 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…
  • Radcliffe B. Pike (1903-1979) was a professor of botany at the University of New Hampshire. The Radcliffe Pike Papers consist of a single folder of correspondence dated 1969-1971, and three undated field notebooks.
  • Albion Reed Hodgdon (1909-1976) was a botany professor and head of the Botany Department at the University of New Hampshire from 1936-1974. He conducted extensive botanical research in New England and Maritime Canada and was responsible for the considerable expansion of the UNH Herbarium. The…
  • Alfred Linn Bogle (1931-2012) was professor of plant biology at the University of New Hampshire. The A. Linn Bogle Papers (1950-1992) consist of Bogle's graduate and post-graduate research materials, particularly into the petasite (coltsfoot) genus and hamamelidaceae (witch-hazel) family.
  • Donald Morison Murray (1924-2006) was a Pulitzer Prize winnning journalist, writing teacher, and newspaper columnist. He was a veteran of WWII, professor of the University of New Hampshire, and husband of Minnie Mae (Emmerich) Murray (1920-2005).…
  • UNH Rowing is a competitive club program for women and men that races in both New England based and national regattas during the fall and spring seasons. Photographs of women's and men's rowing at UNH, 1994-1996 and undated.
  • The Campus Development office manages the use of all the property and buildings on the University of New Hampshire campus. They are responsible for the construction of new buildings, the buying and selling of land and the allocation of space for all…
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    Charlie E. Holt led the UNH Men's hockey team from 1968-86. He died from cancer on March 17, 2000. This collection contains mostly newspaper clippings and articles written about Holt and his carreer as a hockey player, coach and mentor.
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    Edwin Scheier (1910-2008) and Mary Goldsmith (1908-2007) met and married 1937. They became travelling puppeteers, designing and building their own puppets, and in 1938 the Scheiers worked with the Federal Art Project in Norris, Tennessee where they learned about ceramics. In 1941, they began work…
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    "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…
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    . In 1970, UNH Photo Service was merged with the Audio Visual Center as a new Department of Media Service in Dimond Library. This collection consists of projects, scripts (including topics like women's history and Franco-Americans in New Hampshire),…
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    The UNH Costume Collection was used as a teaching tool in the Home Economics department Letters acknowledging gifts to the UNH Costume Collection.
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    Four certificates of felicitations on the dedication of the Whittemore School of Business and Economics.
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    Chappell Studio, Inc. from Fairfield, Iowa started offering a graduation archival program in 1993. UNH commencement ceremony photographs taken by Chappell Studios (no other universities are included)
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    Gilbert Davenport taught costume and set design courses at the University of New Hampshire from 1962 until 1996.
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    The Teen Assessment Project (TAP) is a multifaceted, community-based research and education program designed to help youth by helping parents, schools, youth-serving agencies and community leaders better support youth development. This collection contains the…
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    UNH English professor, William Hennessy directed the theater productions produced by the Mask and Dagger Honorary Drama Society from 1923 until he retired in 1943. This collection contains the files of the Mask and Dagger productions he directed.
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    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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    For 22 years, Dick Merritt was both instructor in the arts and university photographer at UNH. This is a collection of letters written by Richard Merritt to Drew Sanborn.
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    Guest book for the New Hampshire's official state war memorial, located on the third floor of the Memorial Union Building at UNH.
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    The Botany Department was part of the curriculum of the Agriculture devision of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. This history was developed by the departmental review team, 1971.
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    Mildred Helen McAfee Horton (1900-1994) served on the University of New Hampshire's Board of Trustees from 1963-1974, and was the Board's Chair from 1972-1974. Previously she had been the first director of the US Navy's WAVES program, and after UNH…
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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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    Whittemore School Faculty Meetings
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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…
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    The Society of the Sigma Xi was founded in 1886 as an honors society for researchers in the scientific and engineering fields. The UNH Chapter was founded in ca. 1955 and was active until 1992 when it was ended for lack of membership. This collection consists of correspondence, minutes, membership…
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    The Division of Continuing Education (DCE) was established in 1969-70 to offer an associate’s degree program specifically designed for the part-time, adult student. This collection contains a small sampling of the types of courses offered through DCE…
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    In 1992, reconstituted Task Force was renamed the UNH Planning Council; to be maintained for as long as deemed helpful and appropriate.
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    The NH Royal Livestock Show has been an annual event within the animal sciences program since April 1950. This collection contains the many of the programs for the All Aggie Day held between 1955 and 1969.
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    Teaching Excellence was a one page newsletter containing an article that was reproduced with permission from Teaching Excellence, a member service of the POD Network in Higher Education.
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    The UROP Newsletter was published once each semester. Its purpose was to provide information about opportunities for undergraduate research both on and off campus.
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    This is a collection of newsletters created by various UNH colleges and organizations. Most lasted only a short production run before being discontinued.
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    The Department of Forest Resources Newsletter was produced in-house by the deparment faculty and staff to disseminate information about department events, programs, student organizations and achievements, faculty publications and activities, among…
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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 Admissions Newsletter was distributed to faculty and staff to assit them in advising the students about UNH and the college admissions process.
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    Roger C. “Bump” Quimby was born in Concord NH. He graduated early from Concord High School to enlist in the Navy in 1945. Later he attended college at UNH (Class of 1950) and American University. He worked as the manager of the State of NH Print shop…
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    The UNH Dairy Bar is housed in the historic train station which was built in Lynn, Ma. 1896 and moved to Durham in 1911. All passenger service to Durham stopped in 1967 and the empty train station was sold to UNH for $1. The Department of Animal…
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    William Fuller Fisk (1876-after 1941) was an entomologist who worked for the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts during the 1890s, later going on to work for the Georgia State Entomologist and USDA and heading the Gypsy Moth…
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    The Johnson family of Newport NH consisted of three generations who conversed extensively by letter during World War II. The family correspondence consists of two boxes of letters between Charles and Ruth, one box of letters from other members of the…
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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.
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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. It was first accredited by the American Occupational Therapy Association and the…
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    From 1917 to 1944, UNH offered a degree in architecture through the College of Technology. This collection includes photographs of the course work submitted for the Architectural Design classes.
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    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