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    • Rev. George Bailey Hopson

    • College presidents; Photography; Priests--United States;
    • Rev. George Bailey Hopson served as acting warden three times, 1898-1899, 1903-1904, 1907-1909, and was professor of Latin from 1863 to 1916. His expectations as a teacher were high. When students complained of not having enough time to complete...
    • FIRTHCLIFFE CLUB, Firthcliffe, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Clubs; Clubhouses; Dance; Leisure; Recreation; Sports & recreation facilities;
    • The owners of the Firth Carpet Company built the clubhouse for their employees. The first floor had a pool and billiard room and reading and card rooms. The second floor had a gym and dance floor. The basement had bowling alleys. In 1917 movie...
    • Bill Davenport oral history interview

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    • Bill is part owner of the HeritagEnergy Oil Company. In the early 50s, his parents told him not to plan to go into the family oil business as there was not enough business to support two families. He instead decided to become a history teacher upon...
    • Young woman with fur muff and collar

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Boots; Belts (Clothing); Skirts; Fur garments; Hats;
    • A young woman, young enough to be wearing a shortened skirt even though she has many womanly accouterments, poses for a studio portrait. Her narrow, 6 gore, A line skirt has deep reverse box pleats for ease of walking and she wears tall, probably...
    • Young woman with diploma

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Women; Diplomas; Hair ornaments; Lace;
    • A young woman with a diploma poses for a studio portrait. This could be a High School graduation photo. Note the much higher hem line with the use of lace flourishes and her hair down with a huge bow. She is young enough to wear a short hemmed...
    • Young woman with wrist watch

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Women; Blouses; Skirts;
    • A young woman poses for a studio portrait. Her skirt is long and narrow, but just barely long enough to cover her ankles, not truly full length. The peplum overskirt is really saucy. The rather plain blouse closes from left to right suggesting...
    • 1863-06-08 letter from James Thitchener to his sister

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence;
    • James is happy to hear from his sister about the family farm animals. The army has been on the move, but he wasn't well enough to travel. He mentions how heavy the loads are and his friend Whitmore Baxter who has lost a thumb. James mentions that...
    • 1863-05-22 (after) letter from James Thitchener to his sister

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence;
    • James and his comrade Alexander M. Valet write to James sister Sally about the events of the last year. James doubts that the War will end soon, "but time will tell". He thinks the Union "has goon in", and seems to have been indifferent as to who...
    • 1863-08-05 letter from James Thitchener to his aunts

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Campaigns; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Hospitals; United...
    • In the last letter written by Thitchener in this collection, he writes to his aunts explaining why he hadn't written in a long time. Once again, he frets about wanting to be sick enough to be discharged. He is tired of the War, the long marches and...
    • Order of Removal, 1778

    • American loyalists; United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783;
    • Roelof ordered to leave the area for New York City with his family and two wagons full of personal belongings. This excludes his oldest sons, who would be considered old enough to enlist.
    • Unit 05-On Commuting into NYC as a College Student

    • Families; Language; Work ethic; Depressions; Religious fundamentalism; Universities & colleges; Law students;
    • He attended college at St. John's but did not graduate. In those days, one did not have to finish the undergraduate program to be admitted to Law School if one's grades were good enough. He went on to St. John's Law School since he had very good...

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