F&M Richard D. Altick '36 Student Research Prize
The Franklin and Marshall College Library’s Altick Prize recognizes the best undergraduate research paper or project substantially based on Archives & Special Collections primary research material. Established in 2015, the $500 annual prize is named in honor of F&M alumnus and former professor Richard D. Altick ’36.
From the Grape Tavern to Family Possession: Provenance Research of the Muench Collection in the Phillips Museum of Art (2017)This study focuses on resolving the provenance issues of a collection of objects in the Phillips Museum of Art in Franklin and Marshall College that supposedly came from the Grape Tavern, one of the oldest taverns in the ...
(2016)My research as a Hackman Scholar during the summer of 2015 features two diaries, both in the possession of the Franklin & Marshall College Archives and Special Collections. They reveal the lives of two F&M students during ...