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A collection of Professor E. E. Griffith's personal papers, biographical materials, and materials regarding the Little Theatre, of which he was the Director. The collection spans the years 1946-1995.
Edward H. C. Taylor (1840-1905) was educated at Hobart College. At the outbreak of the Civil War he was visiting in Holland, Michigan, and enlisted in the 4th Regiment Michigan Infantry. The majority of this collection is personal correspondence from Taylor to his family during his service in the American Civil War from 1860-1864. It also includes some later correspondence, his Muster Roll, a lithograph from the 4th Regiment Michigan Infantry, and miscellaneous items.
Files pertaining to the creation of the Elizabeth Blackwell Award in 1958, and its recipients.
Elizabeth Blackwell is a 1849 graduate of the Geneva Medical College making her the first woman in the United States to obtain a medical degree. She spent much of her following career advocating for women's access to the field of medicine as well as women's medical care. This collection contains several pamphlets authored by Dr. Blackwell in addition to materials related to other members of the Blackwell family.
This is a small collection containing letters Elizabeth Russell wrote to her parents while attending William Smith College in the 1950s.
This collection contains the memorabilia and college papers of Elizabeth Willcox Thomson, a 1937 graduate of William Smith College. Materials include photographs of campus events, lyrics and music for the 1937 class song, William Smith College Alumnae Bulletins, a collection of poetry by William Smith alumnae, a 1987 50th reunion booklet, and more.
This collection contains eight "brag books," or scrapbooks, including newspaper clippings, poems, prizes, programs and correspondence from publishers and fans. There are also two binders, one of songs written by Hunt with correspondence, the other with haiku poetry and correspondence.
This artificial collection contains documents related to Geneva Academy, Fairfield Academy, and the founding of Geneva College.
This collection contains documents relating to the genesis and the early years of the Geneva Medical College and how it became a part of Hobart College (then called Geneva College). Materials include circulars and annual catalogues listing students and faculty of the Geneva Medical College along with documents that describe the hardships of the medical college, notably the difficult relationship between the Board of Trustees and the Medical Faculty.
The collection contains campaign and fundraising materials, pamphlets, donor lists, lists of committee and board members, recipient lists, and financial information. There are also newspaper clippings and photos related to the Geneva Scholarship Associates. The original Articles of Association, as well as some amended copies, are also included in the collection.
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.
Collection of papers belonging to or regarding Geraldine Oyen Steindler WS '45. One box containing nine items, including two photograph albums, a scrapbook, two copies of "Stage Whispers", an article from The Herald, two articles from The Geneva Times, and an article on the publishing of Geraldine's book "The Game Cookbook".
This collection contains documents and memorabilia from the estate of Gladys Moyer Dean. Dean was a member of the first William Smith Class—the Class of 1912—as Gladys Campbell Moyer.
This collection contains materials covering the United States Air Force R.O.T.C. at Hobart College, which existed from 1951-1970. The materials consist primarily of photographs and newspaper clippings removed from five scrapbooks and several files of correspondence.
The materials in this collection primarily date from Howard Van Rensselaer Palmer's time at Hobart College (circa 1899-1902) and his fundraising activities in the 1920s and 1930s.