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Arch Merrill papers, 1837-1972

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SC-30
Abstract The Arch Merrill papers contain correspondence and papers related to Merrill's profession as journalist. It also contains photographs of both a professional and personal nature.
Dates: 1837-1972

Demarest Memorial Library cornerstone materials, 1879-1894

 Collection
Identifier: SC-03
Abstract The materials in this collection were placed in the cornerstone of the Demarest Memorial Library in 1894. They were recovered in 1961 and donated to the archives.
Dates: 1879-1894

Durfee family papers, 1884-1993

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SC-38
Abstract

Documents and photographs relating to the Durfee Family: Elizabeth Racao Durfee (Registrar and faculty member), Walter Hetherington Durfee (Dean, Provost, Acting President and faculty member), William Pitt Durfee (Dean, Acting President and faculty member), and Horton K. Durfee, Hobart class of 1949 and World War II Veteran.

Dates: 1884-1993

Frank Noyes Merrill, Jr. papers, ca. 1926-1980

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SC-52
Scope and Contents This collection contains the memorabilia of Frank Noyes Merrill, Jr., Hobart College class of 1930. Included are newspaper clippings, a program, and an invitation from Commencement, a program from the Delta Psi Omega initiation, a 1930 Echo of the Seneca yearbook, postcards from Merrill's 25th Reunion in 1955, a photograph of the Class of 1930 at their 50th Reunion in 1980, and 36 small photographs of campus and students taken by Merrill ca. 1926-1930. These photographs feature Merrill and...
Dates: 1926-1980

George Maxwell Blackstock Hawley papers, 1807-1940

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-13
Abstract This collections contains the papers of George Maxwell Blackstock Hawley (1870-1941). Hawley entered Hobart College with the class of 1892, but did not graduate with that class. He received his L.L.D. from the University of Minnesota in 1895 and returned to Geneva, NY, where he practiced law. The collection contains notes, correspondence, articles, and other writings by Hawley and others, as well as a large collection of newspaper clippings. Subjects include the history of Geneva, New York,...
Dates: 1807-1940

George R. Brush papers, 1885-1919

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SC-58
Scope and Contents This is a small collection provided by the family of George Robert Brush comprised of materials from 1885 to 1919. Items include high school report cards, a scrapbook including events and newspaper clippings, programs from events from his time at Hobart College such as class banquets, and religious events, such as the missionary conference for Rev. and Mrs. George Robert Brush.
Dates: 1885-1919

James Clarence Jones diary, 1878-1931

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SC-42
Scope and Contents The diary of Rev. James Clarence Jones, Episcopal minister and member of the Hobart College class of 1886. The dates in the diary range from 1878-1931. There are a couple of entries about Hobart College. The diary includes lots of poems, songs, and other religious writings and prayers. Newspaper clippings have also been pasted into the diary.
Dates: 1878-1931

Little, Hale, and Douglass families papers, 1788-1911

 Collection
Identifier: SC-10
Scope and Contents This collection includes the papers of David Bates Douglass, Malcolm Douglass, Sarah Hale Douglass, the Josiah Little family, the Heywood family, the Hale family, and Benjamin Hale. Correspondence comprises the major portion of the collection. There are also journals, scrapbooks, sketchbooks and one music book. The earliest date, 1788, is found in the Little family portion of the collection while the latest date, 1911, occurs in the scrapbook in the last box and refers to Andrew Douglass,...
Dates: 1788-1911

Thomas D. Burall papers, circa 1865-1872

 Collection
Identifier: SC-70
Abstract This small collection contains notes and letters from Thomas D. Burrall regarding Hobart College and the Gospel Messenger.
Dates: circa 1865-1872, undated