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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...
Abstract This small collection consists of the Richard Burton (Class of 1883) manuscript poem "Song of the Flag" (1891), a copyright application by J. J. McCook signed by Ainsworth Spofford, ephemera related to the presentation and raising of the American flag by the Grand Army of the Republic in 1894, nine copies of two editions of a musical score ("Song of the Flag," 1894, music by Dudley Buck (Class of 1859), printed by The Case, Lockwood and Brainard Co.), and a newspaper...
Identifier: Gershom Bulkeley papers
Scope and Contents This collection contains one account book listing patients from approximately 1698-1711, six medical notebooks with notes about medical practices in late 17th century, as well as a file of medical logs spanning the 1680s to early 1700s listing patients. The account book spans 1702-1713, the notebooks span circa 1692-1705, and the notes and reports by Gershom Bulkeley consist of four pages. The medical notebooks include medicinal and chemical recipes, treatments, and medicine-related subject...
Dates: 1660 - 1711
Scope and Contents This collection of 427 architectural drawings and sketches by William Burges and Francis H. Kimball dates approximately from 1872 to 1876. It documents the process of designing the second campus of Trinity College in Hartford, CT, including unfinished sketches; floor plans of each building; large-scale aerial views of campus designs; detailed plans for fireplaces, finials, and window frames; and notes on air flow through buildings and the cost of construction. However, few of the drawings...
Dates: 1872 - 1876
Identifier: J. Cleveland Cady papers
Dates: 1900 - 1916
Scope and Contents The Michael R. Campo papers consist mainly of correspondence, memos, minutes, reports, event programs, newspaper clippings, student evaluations and forms, as well as some hand-written letters and photographs. The collection covers Trinity College's role in overseas education from 1955 to 1998, including the history and operations of the Barbieri Center of Italian Studies (1957-1995), the history and operations of the Trinity College Rome Campus (1969-1992), the operations of the Barbieri...
Identifier: Geraldine S. Caughman papers
Dates: 1940 - 2012
Scope and Contents The Cesare Barbieri Endowment for Italian Culture collection comprises six series of records pertaining to the administration of the Barbieri Endowment and its activities and events, including files pertaining to the Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut) Rome Campus program. The collection includes files from three Trinity College faculty and staff members (Michael Campo, Borden Painter, and Robbins Winslow) responsible for the administration and oversight of the activities and operations...
Dates: 1957-2003, 2020
Identifier: Hugh Chisholm Papers
Scope and Contents The papers of Hugh Joseph Chisholm (1913-1972) in this collection span the years 1945-1982. Born in 1913 at the Plaza Hotel in New York City, Chisholm was educated at Yale University, where he was the class poet of 1936, and King's College of Cambridge University. His early poems were published in Harper's Bazaar,Spur,and other magazines, and included in New Poems, 1942: An Anthology of British and American Verse. His books of poetry include some privately printed volumes in the 1930s, and...
Dates: 1945 - 1982
Identifier: Clark Family papers
Scope and Contents The Clark family papers span the mid-19th century from 1820-1876 consisting primarily of correspondence, business records, a journal of Spencer M. Clark (1811-1890) from a journey to Europe in 1855, personal papers, and manuscript poems of George Hunt Clark (1809-1881). The correspondence and business records primarily relate to mining. Some personal papers come from South America where the Clarks and Silliman had contacts. Manuscript poems included in the collection by George Hunt Clark...