Harpur College in the Bartle Era, by Stephen McIntire, is the first published history of Harpur College, the undergraduate college of Binghamton University. This history covers the years 1946-1964, from the incorporation of the college into the State University of New York to the retirement of the college’s first president, Glenn G. Bartle, who played a pivotal role in the history of college’s development and growth.
Issued as part of this book is Alma Mater A Popular History of Harpur College 1946-1964. Written by Stephen Hambalek, this book provides a historical account of the college from the perspective of campus community (faculty, staff, and students).
This book can be found in the Bartle circulating stacks as well as in Special Collections.