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Edwin T. Luckey, class of 1931, photographs and sheet music

Identifier: MS-0094
Scope and Content Note

This collection contains seven photographs from the RKO production department showing models and sets for various films and a portrait photograph of Edward. There is also sheet music for “On the Good Old Eastern Shore” written by Luckey and Al Herman, a childhood friend. Both were fond of music, banjo in particular, and dances.

Dates: circa 1935-1950

George R. Cather scholarship letter

Identifier: MS-0076
Scope and Content Note

This collection contains a letter to the Orphans Court of Cecil County, Maryland recommending George R. Cather for placement as a student to Washington College. The letter is signed by seven individuals including Robert Cather. George R. appears in the 1854-1855 catalog’s list of students at Washington College. Due to two fires at the College his exact graduation date is unknown, but presumably 1858.

Dates: 1855

George W. Powell notebook and reminiscences

Identifier: MS-0044
Scope and Content Note

This collection contains George W. Powell’s junior surveying class notebook taught by Professor J. S. William Jones. As well as correspondence with Dean of Men, Charles B. Clark regarding his time at Washington College and a reminiscence of faculty, the campus, and classes.

Dates: 1902; 1952-1954

George W. Woodfield, class of 1929, Pegasus negatives

Identifier: MS-0118
Scope and Contents Note

This collection contains fifty-one negatives taken by George W. Woodfield when he served as the photographic editor of the Pegasus during his senior year at Washington College. Many of the photographs are featured throughout the 1929 yearbook.

Dates: 1928-1929

Harry V. Holloway, class of 1895, Washington College reminiscences

Identifier: MS-0078
Scope and Content Note This collection contains a signed typed reminiscence by Harry V. Holloway, class of 1895, recalling his time at Washington College. During this time the college admitted its first female student, May Matthews, Harry remembers her as a student of distinction and valued member of the dramatic troupe. He remembers the conditions of campus classrooms and dorms, members of faculty including lunch with President and Mrs. Reid, costs of his education, clubs and activities, the football team, and...
Dates: 1955 September 5

History notebook

Identifier: MS-0025
Scope and Content Note

This collection contains an unidentified student’s notebook while they attended Washington College circa 1790. The book lists historical events starting with 4004 B.C. to 476 A.D. Many of the early historical events are taken from Biblical history. There is also a list of Roman Emperors at that end of the notebook.

Dates: circa 1790

Hopewell H. Barroll papers

Identifier: MS-0004
Scope and Contents Note

This collection contains correspondence with Hopewell H. Barroll. Some request letters of recommendation for various positions with Washington College, one regards an honorary degree from Dickinson College for Thomas S. Hodson. Includes commencement materials for Yale and Washington College. There are also legal papers related to Barroll’s work as a lawyer.

Dates: 1893-1924

Hubbard family papers

Identifier: MS-0075
Scope and Content Note This collection contains papers related to the Hubbard family they include both business and personal papers, genealogical information, correspondence, information on fox hunting and historic preservation of various family properties including the Lindens of D.C. and the Custom House and Widehall of Chestertown.The collection has been divided into five series: Series 1: Business Records; Series 2: Family Papers; Series 3: Fox Hunting; Series 4: Historic Preservation; and Series...
Dates: 1818-2002

James M. Munroe speech

Identifier: MS-0093
Scope and Content Note This collection contains the speech “American Citizenship” given by James M. Munroe of Annapolis at the Washington’ Birthday celebration at Washington College February 22, 1911. There is also a photocopy of the speech and the letter from President James W. Cain inviting Munroe to speak. Original of the letter is located in the President’s papers. While the speech briefly talks about immigration it focuses largely on political issues of the time including prohibition and the liquor vote and...
Dates: 1911 February 22

James Roy Micou diary

Identifier: MS-0035
Scope and Content Note

This collection contains a diary kept by James Roy Micou for the year 1885. During this time Micou lived in Petersburg, Virginia and married Catherine Roberta Morrison. The diary was commercially produced, The Emerson Birthday Book: Illustrated.

Dates: 1885

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