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Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.) Alumni and alumnae.

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Ben Barber papers

Identifier: Ben Barber papers

Writings, notebooks, correspondence, and photographs document Barber’s work as an international journalist from the late 1970s to 2014. Contains materials from Trinity College as well as the notebooks of poetry he wrote after graduation (1965-1979). Materials from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), where Barber was a senior writer and editorial director of FrontLines (2002-2010), are included as well.

Dates: 1962 - 2016

John Henry Ehlers Papers

Identifier: John Henry Ehlers papers
Scope and Contents The Papers of Joseph Henry Ehlers consist of nine scrapbooks, one photo album, one Japanese philatelic collection, two boxed award plaques, one Japanese magazine, and miscellaneous correspondence. The collection spans from 1917 to 1984, the years of Ehlers' travels and his professional career. The scrapbooks chronicle Ehlers' travels around the world including a variety of photographs, hotel and travel memorabilia, cruise ship passenger lists, stamps, invitations, foreign...
Dates: 1917-1984

Spiro Peterson Papers

Identifier: Spiro Peterson papers
Scope and Contents The Spiro Peterson papers is comprised of two gifts, one from Peterson's brother and the other from his widow. The first gift (folders 1-3) is composed of letters written to his brother during World War Two covering the months of August 1944 through December 1945. The second gift (folders 4-12) is composed of lettes t his parents, mid-1943 through December 1945, as well as letters to other recipients, including a few letters to Peterson from his mother, along wih other war-era and...
Dates: 1943-1995

Jon A. Reynolds Papers

Identifier: Jon A. Reynolds papers
Abstract Correspondence, photographs, slides, transparencies, journals, brochures, maps, guides, posters, files, newspaper clippings, and military service awards documenting Jon A. Reynolds activities as a pilot, air traffic controller, and prisoner of war during the Vietnam War from 1963-1973; as well as a student at Trinity College, Duke University, and a teacher at the Naval War College (U.S.). The collection further documents Reynolds' roles as an Air Defense Attache to China (1984-1988), senior...
Dates: 1957 - 2013