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Identifier: Morse S. Allen papers
Scope and Contents Labeled predominately “Class Schedules,” this collection of material is just that—the listing of classes, enrollment, credit hours, instructor, and the classroom in which the class was taught. The range of the documents is slightly more than 30 years, 1923-1959. In many cases, the lists for both the “Trinity” (Spring) term and the “Christmas” (Fall) term are present, and in later instances, so is a “Summer School;” list, giving a complete picture of an academic year at Trinity College. Also...
Dates: 1920 - 1959
Identifier: John Brocklesby papers
Scope and Contents This small collection consists of weather observations and thermometrical readings taken intermittently between September 1864 and November 1883, as well as some scattered manuscript and printed letters, and printed ephemera. Daily temperature readings (minimum, maximum, and mean) taken between October 1876 and November 1883 form the bulk of the observations. Also included are a register of "Rain Snow Barometer Thermometer Wind and Breeze...for the month of April 1869, at Retreat...
Identifier: Michael R. Campo papers
Scope and Contents The Michael R. Campo papers consist mainly of correspondence, memos, minutes, reports, event programs, newspaper clippings, student evaluations, forms, as well as some hand-written letters and photographs. The collection covers Trinity College's role in overseas education from 1955 to 2007, including the history and operations of the Barbieri Center (1957-1995), the history and operations of the Trinity at Rome Campus (1969-1992), the operations of the Barbieri Endowment (1987-1998), the...
Identifier: George Keith Funston papers
Overview The Papers of G. Keith Funston contain correspondence, reports, articles, speeches and dairies documenting Funston's career as President of Trinity College, President of the New York Stock Exchange, Chairman of Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation, membership on various corporate boards and the Trinity College Board of Trustees, the War Production Board and his time as a student at Trinity College. The collection also contains personal and family material.
Identifier: Abner Jackson papers
Overview The Papers of Abner Jackson consist of materials dated from 1829 to 1880 which were created by or for Abner Jackson, wife Emily (Ellsworth) Jackson, and their only child, Emily Elizabeth Jackson Nicholas. The materials include mainly personal correspondence and other unattached manuscripts; diaries in bound volumes; printed ephemera; and a small number of daguerreotypes.
Dates: 1829-November 20, 1880, and undated
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: Samuel Farmar Jarvis Family papers
Scope and Contents The Samuel Farmar Jarvis family papers consist of about 37 manuscript letters. It includes twenty letters from Samuel Farmar Jarvis (1786-1851) to his son Samuel Fermor Jarvis (1825-1910); four letters from Samuel Farmar Jarvis to Harriette Dobson Jarvis; one letter combined with response between Jeanette Margaret Hart and Samuel Farmar Jarvis; one combined letter from Jeanette Hart Jarvis and Samuel Fermor Jarvis, to Sarah McCurdy (Hart) Jarvis; three letters from Antoinette Jarvis to Samuel...
Dates: March 26, 1811-September 3, 1850
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
- Repository: Trinity College Archives X
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- Funston, G. Keith, 1910-1992 1
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- Johnson, Robert 1
- Lauter, Paul 1
- Lockwood, Theodore D. 1