The collection consists of Board of Trustees minutes, founding documents, legal and financial documents of Lake Forest College
The collection consists of photographs of Lake Forest College people, events, organizations, and buildings along with many other photos. Most originate with the Communications department and may have been originally produced for campus publications. Others may have been donated by individuals.Lake Forest College
The collection consists of press releases and publications of the College, often produced by the Communications department.
The collection consists of records from several academic departments at the College. Types of materials include reports, correspondence, syllabi, course information, and other official materials. The files have been collected from various faculty over the years, and as of July 2017 there are only a few departments represented.
The collections consists of reports, correspondence, minutes and other materials from the many offices of Lake Forest College.
The collection consists of posters, programs, and other memorabilia regarding Lake Forest College activities and events. Please note that commencement programs are currently housed within the Office of the Registrar collection.
The collection consists of papers of the presidents of Lake Forest College. Materials are sparse from the presidencies of Robert Patterson, Daniel Gregory, William Roberts, James McClure, John Coulter, Richard Harlan and John Nollen. Beginning with Herbert Moore through Gene Hotchckiss, records include correspondence, subject files, and official documents. David Spadafora's presidency is not well documented.Hotchkiss, Eugene III
The collection consists of student memorabilia, scrapbooks, correspondence, student organization material, and any other items donated by students about their lives at Lake Forest College. Student government material is primarily found in this collections; there are related materials in the Dean of Students/Student Affairs office records.
Items housed in flat file storage, including maps, blueprints, and large photographs. These materials are both Lake Forest College related and Special Collections materials.