Showing Collections: 11 - 20 of 20
Identifier: Albert C. Jacobs papers
Overview This collection contains correspondence (personal and official), publications, lectures, newspapers, and ephemera, related to the term of Albert C. Jacobs as President of Trinity College (1953-1968). Jacobs' inauguration constitutes some of the materials, but the bulk of the collection consists of speeches, including drafts, final copies, and spoken word recordings. A sound recording by Mr. Robert S. Morris is also included on side B of several copies of a disc recording.
Identifier: Paul Lauter-Heath Anthology papers
Scope and Contents The Paul Lauter-Heath Anthology papers consist of correspondence and files of the Reconstructing American Literature (RAL) project, the Secondary School Program, and subject and writer files related to the Heath Anthology of American Literature. The Reconstructing American Literature project files originate from a variety of correspondents related to the creation of the anthology, while subject files deal with the classification of terms found in the anthology ranging...
Identifier: Theodore Lockwood papers
Overview The Papers of Theodore D. Lockwood contain correspondence (personal and official), publications, lectures, newspapers, and ephemera, related to the term of Theodore D. Lockwood as President of Trinity College (1968-1981).
Identifier: Pynchon Family Papers
Scope and Contents The Pynchon Family papers consist of materials dated from 1840 to 1904 which were created by or for Thomas Ruggles Pynchon and William H.C. Pynchon. The materials mainly include personal correspondence, genealogical notes, pamphlets, and undergraduate essays. Correspondents include Sophia Pynchon, Henry T. Parker, John Williams (Trinity class of 1835), Mrs. E. M. Avery, James J. Goodwin, and Frances Clark. A certificate is signed by Ainsworth R. Spofford.
Dates: March 22, 1840-February 8, 1904
Identifier: Odell Shepard papers
Scope and Contents The Papers of Odell Shepard consist of correspondence, subject files, manuscripts, proofs, audio recordings of poetry and speeches, periodicals, newspaper clippings, musical scores based on poems, photographs, ephemera, notebooks, sketchbooks, published guidebooks, receipts, and informational pamphlets related to the life and work of Odell Shepard (1884-1967), the Trinity College Goodwin Professor of English (1917-1946) and Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut (1940-1941).A notable...
Identifier: Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut)-Early Presidents' Files
Scope and Contents The Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut), Early Presidents' Files consist of correspondence (personal and official), publications, lectures, newspapers, ephemera, and realia, related to twelve of the first 13 Presidents of Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut), nearly inclusive of the first 100 years of Trinity College's existence (1823-1920). Highlights include a mounted and bound volume (82 pages; 44 cm.) of first President Thomas C. Brownell's correspondence; the Phi Beta Kappa key of...
Identifier: Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut)-Board of Trustees records
Overview The Trinity College Board of Trustees was created in 1823 in conjunction with the founding of the college. The collection contains all records concerning the board including meeting minutes, committee reports, and correspondences.
Identifier: Trinity College Chapel records
Dates: 1921 - 1989
Identifier: Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut)-Photograph Collection
Scope and Contents The Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.) Photograph Collection is comprised of photographs, mostly black and white, but also color photographs, negatives, slides, contact sheets, modern reprintings of older photographs, drawings, engravings, pamphlets, and digital photographs. The collection depicts the Trinity Campus, including buildings, classes, events, students, faculty, and staff.A very few photographs date from the period before the American Civil War, including views of the Old...
Identifier: Nathaniel S. Wheaton papers
Scope and Contents This collection contains notebooks, journals, correspondence, account books, records of expenditures, and invoices for books purchased for Trinity College while Nathaniel S. Wheaton (1792-1862) was in Europe. Wheaton's journals cover his life in Europe and his tours of England, Scotland, and France during the 1820s, as well as a trip to continental Europe (including Italy) between 1845 and 1847. The student notebooks contain school materials from 1814-1816, when Wheaton was a student at Yale...
- Repository: Trinity College Archives X
- Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.)--Faculty. 2
- Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.)--Presidents. 2
- Anthologies 1
- Connecticut--politics and government 1
- Foreign study 1
- International education 1
- New York Stock Exchange 1
- Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.) 1
- Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.)--Administration. 1
- Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.)--Curricula. 1 ∧ less
- Bryant, Josephine 1
- Funston, G. Keith, 1910-1992 1
- Jackson, Abner 1
- Lauter, Paul 1
- Lockwood, Theodore D. 1