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Asian Studies Collection

The Asian Studies Collection contains images of holdings in the Wright Museum of Art and the Logan Museum of Anthropology that pertain to Asia and its history. The objects in the collection provide an excellent supplement to coursework in Asian Studies. In addition, they highlight the museums’ strength in this subject area. Consisting …

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Asian Studies Collection

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Beloit - College, City, and Environs

Beloit – College, City, and Environs is a growing collection that was established with fifteen video files created by College friend Rob Baller. These items were originally created as PowerPoint slides of images from the Beloit College Archives and Beloit Historical Society. The images, once digitized, were “sewn” or overlaid on …

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Beloit - College, City, and Environs

Beloit College Magazine Collection

Published since 1910, the Beloit College Magazine serves as a primary source of college news for alumni and friends of Beloit College. This collection contains PDFs of the complete run of the magazine. Although most recent issues are included, please visit the web version of the magazine for the most current content.

 

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Beloit College Magazine Collection

Beloit Relays Collection

Started in 1937, the Beloit Relays hosted athletes from more than 50 colleges and universities. These events continued through the late 1970s and featured many prominent Beloit College student athletes. This digital collection, curated by Erika Moen ’13 in conjunction with a temporary physical exhibit at the library, contains images of …

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Beloit Relays Collection

College Radio History Collection

The College Radio History Collection includes photos and text documents that depict the evolution of Beloit College's identity on the airwaves. From moments of early experimentation to student-produced radio dramas to tricky relocations and upgrades, these materials are populated by colorful characters who have made WBCR the …

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College Radio History Collection

Chamberlin Hall of Science Collection

In commemoration of the Chamberlin Hall of Science (1968-2008), the library has created a unique digital collection that combines 90 photographs and slides from the college Archives with 32 digital images captured by members of the Beloit College community. The collection also contains a video stitched together from a series of webcam …

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Chamberlin Hall of Science Collection
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Herbert Gaytes Collection

Herbert Gaytes, Class of 1893, was a gifted amateur photographer who meticulously documented aspects of life during the 1890s. While a Beloit student, he began photographing College and local scenes and activities. He also visited and photographed the World’s Columbian Exposition as well as Chicago in the early and mid 1890s. Gaytes …

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Herbert Gaytes Collection

Histories of Beloit College Collection

The Histories of Beloit College Collection currently contains two full text, searchable e-books in PDF format. Beloit College President Edward Dwight Eaton's 1928 history contains a thorough account of the College's origins and development. A history begun by faculty member Robert Richardson in the 1940s updates Eaton's …

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Histories of Beloit College Collection

History of the Sciences at Beloit College

The History of the Sciences at Beloit College collection contains 92 color and black-and-white images taken from the college Archives. These photographs document a variety of disciplines spanning the lifetime of the college, with the earliest images dating to the 19 th century. In addition, the collection includes images of science being …

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History of the Sciences at Beloit College

Jay ''Ding'' Darling Collection

Jay Norwood Darling (better known as "Ding") was a Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist and wildlife enthusiast who attended Beloit College in the late 1800s and early 1900s. While at Beloit, Ding drew many cartoons for student publications, including the Codex yearbook. Later in life, Ding's drawings appeared in publications …

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Jay ''Ding'' Darling Collection

Laura Aldrich Neese Diaries Collection

Born February 17, 1889, Laura Janvrin Aldrich was the only daughter of Jennie Dora Janvrin and Alonzo Aldrich. At a young age, Laura was a gifted child. Daughter of one of the cofounders of the Beloit Corporation, she was able to gain an education while also pursuing her interests. At Beloit High School, she showed promise by winning an …

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Laura Aldrich Neese Diaries Collection

Logan African Expeditions Collection -- Photographs, Articles, and Memorabilia

In 1930, the Logan Museum of Anthropology conducted its fifth and final year of fieldwork in northern Africa under the leadership of Alonzo W. Pond, class of 1918.  These expeditions resulted in the acquisition of numerous archaeological and ethnographic objects that can be found in the Logan Museum today.  The expeditions generated a …

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Logan African Expeditions Collection -- Photographs, Articles, and Memorabilia

Logan Museum of Anthropology

The Logan Museum houses over 300,000 archaeological and ethnographic objects from 123 countries. These collections derive from more than 480 cultural groups spanning half a million years of human history. The museum’s goal is to make this material accessible online, but this goal will take several years to accomplish. Collections will …

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Logan Museum of Anthropology

Neese Theatre Historic Costume Collection

The Neese Theater Historic Costume Collection contains about 400 clothing items donated over the years by alumni. Mostly women's garments, the collection has items from the late 1840s through the 1950s. The collection represents a significant historic resource for student use in their study of costume history and design. This …

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Neese Theatre Historic Costume Collection

Pearsons Hall Collection

Pearsons Hall was commissioned and built in the late 19th century to serve as the College's science hall. To oversee its construction, College officials sought renowned architect and urban planner Daniel Hudson Burnham. Burnham is now famous for designing such noteworthy structures as the Flatiron Building in New York City and …

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Pearsons Hall Collection

Student Collections

The Beloit College Digital Student Collections contain a variety of works created by current Beloit students and alumni. Throughout the academic year, students are presented with a host of opportunities to create and share research projects, art work, papers, and other original products. For many students, these works serve as capstone …

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Student Collections

T.C. Chamberlin Collection

The T.C. Chamberlin Collection consists of 726 beautiful black-and-white photos from the College Archives’ Chamberlin Collection. These photos were taken by Rollin Chamberlin during an exploratory trip through China in 1909-1910 as part of the Oriental Educational Investigation Commission. T.C. Chamberlin was a graduate of Beloit …

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T.C. Chamberlin Collection

About the collections



Beloit College Digital Collections contain digitized objects from a number of sources, including the College Archives, Museums, faculty, and students. Select a collection to begin exploring!

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Images, text, or other content downloaded from Beloit College Digital Collections may be freely used for non-profit educational and research purposes, or any other use falling within the purview of "Fair Use."  Some items may retain more rights, or grant alternate permissions.  Please consult the permission statement associated with any individual item.

For commercial reprint and reuse, please contact Lisa Viezbicke.

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