Academic catalog 2021-2022. Includes list of trustees and faculty, course of study, and information about the college. and Volumes of the Hanover College Academic Catalog prior to 1998 included information about students. The years 1832-1839 and 2017-2020 are available online. The remaining volumes have not been digitized, but are available in the Archives Reading Room. 1832-1976: Includes registers all students attending Hanover College during that academic year 1976-1997: Includes lists of the graduates from the previous academic year.
Anton Hohenstein (1823-1909). German-American artist. and This is a color lithograph that was that was created by the artist Anton Hohenstein and was published by John Smith in 1865. This work is a rectangular, hand-colored lithograph. It depicts Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln at a reception, meeting Cabinet members and Union generals. The piece is highly detailed, and there are many realistic figures in the foreground. Lincoln is in the center of the image, and two female figures in elaborate dresses surround him. In the background of the image a highly detailed reception room is depicted.
At the bottom of the work it reads, "Respectfully dedicated to the people of the United States."
Berto Lardera (1911-1989). Italian artist. and This is an impressed print on paper. It consists of geometric shapes layered over each other. The shapes are mostly black, but there is a square of navy blue in the top left corner and a square of rust orange in the bottom right corner. The blue and orange shapes are more textured than the almost solid black shapes. It is print 50/75.
Jean Arp (1886-1966). French/German artist. and This work is a rectangular color lithograph comprised primarily of neutral colors. The background of the work is gray. There is one large black circle near the bottom of the piece, and within the circle are two organic shapes, one white and one red. Near the top of the image are 5 more circles of varying size and colors. One is blue, two are white, one is black, and one is brown. The shapes are cleanly separated from each other. It is print 100/100.
This a lithographic print in black and white. Multiple realistically drawn figures are depicted across the image. The background is dark and highly textured, and the figures on the right side of the foreground are highly illuminated, providing strong contrast within the piece. the Figures on the left side of the piece are seated, and they contain darker values. The ground the figures stand on is highly textured and it uses a wide range of values. and Ira Moscowitz (1912-2001). Polish/American artist.
Jane Hamilton was the sister of Edward J. Hamilton, a student and later a professor in the early days of Hanover College., Alexander Hay Ritchie (1882-1895). English artist. , and This work is an engraving of an original painting done by Miss Jane Hamilton. The engraving was done by Alexander Hay Ritchie. It is without color. The image depicts a view of the Ohio River from the Hanover Point. There is a title placed at the bottom of the engraving. In the center there is an image of Old Classic Hall.
Honore Daumier (1808-1879). French artist. and "Un rendez vous, c'est peut être de la petite Mme Giraud!..... oui... mais c'est peut être de son mari qui veut me pincer et me flanquer une volée." no. 8 from the series Coquetterie. Published by Chez Bauger et Cie. Printed by Aubert et Compagnie. A man reads a letter in his bedroom while wearing a short night shirt and a turban.
Frank Duveneck (1848-1919). American artist. and Portrait sketch of Elizabeth Boot Duveneck, an American painter in the mid to late 1800's. Elizabeth primarily painted portraits, still life's and landscapes. The sketch is a side profile done by her husband Frank Deveneck.
The work is almost a square, though it is slightly longer than it is wide. There is high contrast of black and white throughout the piece. The two major shapes are a house in the background and a tree in the foreground. The lines have varying levels of thickness. Hatching and crosshatching are used throughout to provide texture to the image. This is print 2/12.