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Abstract This collection contains the personal papers of Bates College president Charles F. Phillips. It also includes his professional papers unrelated to his time as Bates president (1944-1967) and personal material related to his wife, Evelyn, including their extensive travels together to such places as India and Europe.
Dates: 1910-1997, undated
Abstract The collection contains memorabilia, travel literature, correspondence, photographs, and other material related to Bates College student Esther Rosenthal Zellweger's 1962-1963 junior year abroad in Geneva, Switzerland. Also includes a scrapbook kept during her freshmen and sophomore years at Bates.
Dates: 1960-1963, undated
Abstract Photographs, ephemera, and artifacts collected by Eunice Hawkins, Bates class of 1921. Much of the material pertains to travel in New England, especially in the White Mountains.
Dates: mid 19th-early 20th c.
Abstract Notebooks, scrapbooks, and travel logs documenting Bates College professor Grosvenor May Robinson's many trips throughout Europe, Russia and the United States to observe and lecture on theater.
Abstract John Newbold Hazard (1909-1995) was the founder of the field of Soviet legal studies in the United States. The collection contains his letters from 1934 to 1939 when he was studying at the Moscow Judicial Institute and employed by the Institute of Current World Affairs and are written to Walter S. Rogers, his supervisor, and to John French, a lawyer and family friend. They provide important first-hand information about Soviet politics, culture, economics, law, relations with the United States,...
Abstract In 1847 Rev. Jonathan Woodman was elected by the Freewill Baptist General Conference as a delegate to the General Baptists conference in England. This diary records his travels through England for this purpose in 1848, and includes information about meeting Rev. Jabez Burns and Rev. Joseph Goadby, visiting several General Baptist churches in London, attending Baptist Missionary meetings and temperance meetings, and meeting with members of the British Anti-Slavery Society.
Dates: April 5, 1848 - July 13, 1848
Abstract Nine letters written by Freewill Baptist missionary Lavinia Coombs from Midnapore and Balasore, India, to Nellie Whittemore of Bowdoinham, Maine.
Abstract Miscellaneous manuscript material, including an Orderly Book dating from the American Revolution, a journal kept during a transatlantic journey in the 1830s, and a small collection of letters by Walter Pater. Also includes research material of Malcolm Henry Ikin Letts, personal negatives of Brooks Quimby, and deeds and other material from Harry P. Dill.
Dates: 1779-1969, undated
Abstract The collection contains 44 letters written by former Bates student, Patricia Parsons Kay, to her parents during her 1962-63 junior year abroad in Aix-en-Provence, France.
Abstract An 1864 diary kept by Richard Calvin Stanley, Bates College professor of Chemistry and Geology, during his trip to New York City and Washington D.C. as a delegate of the Sanitary Commission, a private organization that provided comfort to Union soldiers during the Civil War.
- Subject: Travel X
- Bates College (Lewiston, Me.) 7
- Free Will Baptists (1780?-1911) 3
- Angell, Thomas L., 1837-1923 1
- Berkelman, Robert, 1900-1975 1
- Dill, Harry P. 1
- General Association of General Baptists 1
- Hawkins, Eunice, 1899-2000 1
- Hazard, John N. (John Newbold), 1909-1995 1
- Institute of Current World Affairs 1
- Kay, Patricia Parsons 1
- Lapham Institute (North Scituate, R.I.) 1
- Letts, Malcolm, 1882-1957 1
- Mechler, Esther 1
- Pater, Walter, 1839-1894 1
- Phillips, Charles F. (Charles Franklin), 1910-1998 1
- Phillips, Evelyn 1
- Quimby, Brooks (Frank Brooks), 1897-1968 1
- Robinson, Grosvenor May 1
- Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 1
- Stanley, Richard Calvin 1
- United States Sanitary Commission 1
- University of Wisconsin--Madison 1
- Whittemore, Nellie 1
- Woodman, Jonathan, 1798-1888 1 ∧ less