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Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock Family Papers, 1840-1962 (Bulk: 1850-1911)
25 archives boxes, 4 half archives boxes, 3 flat boxes, 3 oversize flat boxes, 2 oversize archives boxes, map case drawer (25 linear ft.)

Abstract:
Papers documenting the professional activities and personal life of Edward "Doc" Hitchcock, Mary Judson Hitchcock and the Hitchcock and Judson families. "Doc" Hitchcock's papers include letters, published and unpublished writings, travel diaries, and manuscript and printed music used by Hitchcock while playing the cello. They reflect his roles and interests as an educator in physical education and hygiene, a faculty member, physician and family man. Papers of his wife, Mary Judson Hitchcock, include letters, legal records and photographs documenting her roles as wife, mother, member of the College and town community, and genealogist. Also included are letters and other personal papers of the Hitchcocks' children Edward, Caroline, Lucy, Jane, John and Albert, as well as genealogical information on the Hitchcock and Judson families. The papers include letters written to Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock in 1898 by her husband John Sawyer Hitchcock (AC 1889) and brother-in-law Albert Hitchcock while serving in Cuba during the Spanish American War, where they contracted malaria.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

In general, there is no restriction on access to the Edward (AC 1849) and Mary Judson Hitchcock Family Papers for research use. Particularly fragile items are restricted for preservation purposes. Materials from other institutions which are found in the Hitchcock Papers cannot be duplicated, as indicated.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Papers should be directed to the Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Amherst College Archives and Special Collections

Biographical Note

Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) was born in 1828, three years after the fledgling Amherst College received its charter. He was the oldest son of geologist and Amherst College President Edward Hitchcock and his wife, artist Orra White Hitchcock. He graduated from Amherst with the Class of 1849. After receiving an M.D. from Harvard Medical School, Hitchcock returned to Amherst where he served on the faculty as Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education for fifty years, beginning in 1861. Affectionately known as "Old Doc," he also served as the college physician and as de facto collector of Amherst College history. As noted at the time of his death on February 15, 1911, "his life [was] inseparably linked with the life of the College."

Hitchcock was a major figure in the area of collegiate physical education. In 1861 he was called to Amherst to head the newly created Department of Physical Education and Hygiene, the first of its kind in the country. Hitchcock believed in the importance of sound physical health for college students so that the mind could accomplish its best work and the students could look forward to "the promised labor of a long life." To achieve that goal, he developed systems of physical training (a precursor of today's fitness exercises) intended to appeal to the students both mentally and physically. His program at Amherst, fine-tuned over the next fifty years, became a model for college and secondary school programs nationally and internationally. The development of this first college program was Hitchcock's major contribution to the field of physical education.

Hitchcock devoted his life to the study of comparative anatomy, focusing particularly in the area of tests and measurements. In the fall of 1861, Hitchcock began his system of anthropometric measurements documenting the physical size and strength of every freshman for more than 20 years. These measurements became the American standard for comparative purposes and earned Hitchcock the reputation as "one of the pioneers in the field of anthropometrics."

In addition to heading the Department of Physical Education and Hygiene at Amherst, Hitchcock taught physiology, comparative anatomy, and hygiene. He served as Dean of the College for many years.

Hitchcock was active in his profession and held numerous positions in professional societies, many of which he helped to establish. He wrote largely on physical education and prepared, with his father, one work on human physiology. (See the Edward Hitchcock Chronology.)

One of Hitchcock's farsighted projects was to gather together the "raw materials" of the history of the College into what became known as the Memorabilia Collection. This collection became the foundation of today's Amherst College Archives and Special Collections. He also gave the College a large collection of American Indian relics, which he started as a boy and actively added to all his life.

Hitchcock's broad interests were not limited to the College. He was active in town and state life and served for many years on the Massachusetts Board of Health, Lunacy, and Charity and as a trustee of both Williston Seminary and Mount Holyoke College. (See the Edward Hitchcock Chronology.)

Hitchcock was kind, broad-minded, vigorous, optimistic, honest, a faithfully religious man with shrewd common sense, and loyal to the College. He was devoted to his students and believed in them and their well-being, serving as inspiration, helper, and sometimes their salvation. His College obituary notes: "Many a man who has struggled through college against overwhelming odds of financial, moral, or spiritual difficulties or hindrances will never forget the help which he received from Dr. Hitchcock, a help known only to the two." Hitchcock remains one of Amherst's most beloved faculty members, mourned by scores of alumni and townspeople who remembered him for his capacity for friendship and his "great heart."

Edward Hitchcock died on February 15, 1911 with the cause of death listed as angina pectoris. Dr. Paul C. Phillips (AC 1888), Hitchcock's colleague and successor in the Department of Physical Education and Hygiene, wrote of Hitchcock three years after his death: "It is three years since he left us but his spirit is with us still, the inspiration of his life made a different atmosphere at Amherst; his memory is among its most precious heritages."

In 1853, Hitchcock married Mary L. Judson (1831-1918). Together they had ten children, two of whom were graduates of Amherst. Mary Judson Hitchcock was devoted to her family and to the communities of Amherst College and the town. Described as a "remarkable woman," Mrs. Hitchcock was known as cheerful, inspiring, and helpful. Her obituary noted that "as the helmsman of the family she was guided by a healthy philosophy and right living and thinking." The Hitchcocks lived most of their life together in a house on College Street, built two years after they came to Amherst. Their home was described as "the life of the college world at Amherst."

Both Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock are buried in Wildwood Cemetery in Amherst.

EDWARD"DOC" (AC 1849) HITCHCOCK
1828 May 23
Born in Amherst, Mass.
Parents: Edward Hitchcock (President of Amherst College 1845-54) and Orra White Hitchcock
1837-1843Attends Amherst Academy, Amherst, Mass.
1844Attends Williston Seminary, Easthampton, Mass.
1845-1849Attends Amherst College
1849Graduates from Amherst College
1849-1850Studies medicine with David J. Thompson, M.D., Northampton, Mass.
1850-1852, 1853-1860Instructor of chemistry, natural history, and elocution, Williston Seminary
1850-1853Attends Harvard Medical School
1852M.A. Amherst College
1853M.D. Harvard Medical School
1853 November 30Marriage to Mary L. Judson, daughter of David Judson and Phebe Lewis, Stratford, Conn.Ten children, seven survived:
1854Edward (AC 1878)
1857Caroline Judson
1859Charles Nicholas
1861Lucy Clark
1863Jane Elizabeth
1865Henry Judson (d. 1867)
1868Ruth Sherman (d. 1868)
1869John Sawyer(AC 1889)
1871Lewis Henry (d. 1873)
1874Albert White
1860Elementary Anatomy and Physiology, written with his father, Edward Hitchcock, geologist and President of Amherst College, 1845-1854
1860Travels in France (Paris) and England (London) to observe medical practices with brother-in-law Pixlee Judson
1860-1861Studies comparative anatomy with Sir Richard Owen,British Museum, London, England
1861-1911Teaches at Amherst College becoming the Parmly Billings Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education
1861Begins systematic scientific anthropometric measurements of every freshman at Amherst College
1864Incorporator of First National Bank
1864-1883Trustee, Northampton Lunatic Hospital
1869-1911Trustee, Mount Holyoke College
1872-1873Travels around the world with fellow professor Julius H. Seelye (AC 1849), future President of Amherst College (1877-1890)
1872-1875Member, Amherst (town) School Committee
1879-1906Member of the Massachusetts State Board of Health, Lunacy, and Charity
1885Founder, American Association for the Advancement of Physical Education
1885-1888President, American Association for the Advancement of Physical Education
1887Published An Anthropometric Manual; revised in 1889, 1893, and 1900
1888-1898Member, National Council, American Association for the Advancement of Physical Education
1891-1911Trustee, Clark Institute, Northampton, Mass.
1891-1911Trustee, Williston Seminary, Easthampton, Mass.
1892Travels to Brazil with Mary Judson Hitchcock and daughter Lucy
1897Charter member of the Society of College Gymnasium Directors (precursor to the College Physical Education Association)
1898Board of Directors, First National Bank
1898Travels to the Mediterranean and Hyres, France, with Mary Judson Hitchcock
1898-1899Director, Amherst Water Company
1898-1910Dean of the Faculty, Amherst College
1899L.L.D.Amherst College (honorary)
1903Member, [Amherst] Old Home Week Celebration Committee
1905Honorary member, American Association for the Advancement of Physical Education
1911 February 15Dies in Amherst, Mass.; cause of death described as angina pectoris
1911 February 18Funeral held at the College Church, burial in Wildwood Cemetery
MARY JUDSON HITCHCOCK
1831 January 16
Born in New York City, New York
Parents: David Judson
Phebe Lewis
Educated at home in New York City and Stratford, Conn.
1853 November 30 Marriage to Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849), Stratford, Conn. Ten children, seven survived:
1854Edward (AC 1878)
1857Caroline Judson
1859Charles Nicholas
1861Lucy Clark
1863Jane Elizabeth
1865Henry Judson (d. 1867)
1868Ruth Sherman (d. 1868)
1869John Sawyer(AC 1889)
1871Lewis Henry (d. 1873)
1874Albert White
1853-1861 Residence in Easthampton, Mass., where Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) serves as instructor of chemistry, natural history and elocution at Williston Seminary
1861 Moves to Amherst, Mass., where Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) joins the faculty of Amherst College as Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education
1861-1863 Resides in the Merrill house on Maple Avenue
1863-1918 Resides in new house at 12 College Street, where she lives for 55 years
1892 Travels to Brazil with Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) and daughter Lucy
1898 Travels to the Mediterranean and Hyres, France, with Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849)
1917-1918 Confined to her home by illness
1918 May 9 Dies at the age of 80 at home on College Street, Amherst, Mass.
1918 May 11 Funeral services held at home; burial in Wildwood Cemetery
Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Edward (AC 1849) and Mary Judson Hitchcock Family Papers document the professional activities and personal life of Edward "Doc" Hitchcock, Mary Judson Hitchcock and the Hitchcock and Judson families, spanning more than one hundred years, from 1840 to 1962. The bulk of the material falls into the period 1850-1911. The Papers occupy approximately 25 linear feet of shelf space.

The breadth of Edward Hitchcock's career, professional activities and personal life are represented in the Papers and reflect his multiple roles and interests as an educator in the field of physical education and hygiene, a faculty member, a physician and family man. Because of Hitchcock's overlapping professional and personal commitments, a researcher should check all series in the Papers for relevant material.

These papers include professional and personal correspondence; published and unpublished works by Hitchcock; tributes to, biographical material and works about Hitchcock; a collection of family diaries kept during the trips he made and letters to and from his family; and manuscript and printed music used by Hitchcock while playing his cello.

Mary Judson Hitchcock is less thoroughly represented in the Papers. The material that has survived documents her social and community activities as well as her family responsibilities. It provides a picture of her roles as wife, mother, member of the College and town community, and genealogist.

The Papers also include material relating to Edward and Mary's children, Edward (AC 1878), Caroline, Lucy, Jane Elizabeth, John (AC 1889) and his wife, Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock, and Albert and his wife, Charlotte Emerson Hitchcock. Much of this material is personal correspondence, correspondence among family members, photographs, genealogical material, and some documentation of the children's professional activities. There is a small amount of material relating to Mary Judson Hitchcock's relations, the Judson and Lewis families.

Chronologies of the lives of Edward "Doc" Hitchcock and Mary Judson Hitchcock are located on pages 4 and 7, respectively.

Since different parts of the Papers were received at various times, there is no evidence of original order. In about 1974, the bulk of the Papers was sorted and material in some sections was put in chronological order. Between 1996 and 1999, the Papers were reviewed and arranged and described following current archival standards. The result is more detailed access to information in all parts of the Papers. Where necessary, documentation about previous handling was maintained.

Note: Information relating to women in the family is filed under their birth names, not married names.

  • Charlotte M. Barrows Hitchcock
    see: Charlotte M. Barrows
  • Martha B. Barrows Hitchcock
    see: Martha B. Barrows
  • Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock
    see: Mary W. Bryan
  • Charlotte Emerson Hitchcock
    see: Charlotte Emerson
  • Sarah Fuertes Hitchcock
    see: Sarah Fuertes
  • Carrie Goodnow Hitchcock
    see: Carrie Goodnow
  • Catharine Hitchcock Storrs
    see: Catharine Hitchcock
  • Emily Hitchcock Terry
    see: Emily Hitchcock
  • Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock Putnam
    see: Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock
  • Mary Judson Hitchcock
    see: Mary L. Judson
  • Phebe Lewis Judson
    see: Phebe Lewis

Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

In general, there is no restriction on access to the Edward (AC 1849) and Mary Judson Hitchcock Family Papers for research use. Particularly fragile items are restricted for preservation purposes. Materials from other institutions which are found in the Hitchcock Papers cannot be duplicated, as indicated.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Papers should be directed to the Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

[Identification of item], in Edward (AC 1849) and Mary Judson Hitchcock Family Papers [Box #, folder #], Amherst College Archives and Special Collections, Amherst College Library

History of the Collection

Materials in the Edward (AC 1849) and Mary Judson Hitchcock Family Papers were given to the College in the early twentieth century by Edward Hitchcock, son of President Edward and Orra White Hitchcock. Additional materials were collected from members of the Hitchcock family and added by Margaret Hitchcock Emerson, Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock's granddaughter, during the 1940s.

Processing Information
Processed: 1996 July - 1999 December
By: Barbara Trippel Simmons, Processing Archivist
Elaine Trehub, Archives Consultant
Daria D'Arienzo, Archivist of the College
Jo-Anne Chapin, Archives Assistant
Finding Aid: March 2000
Prepared by: Daria D'Arienzo, Archivist of the College
Barbara Trippel Simmons, Processing Archivist
Briana Cahill, Archives and Special Collections Associate
Margaret Dakin, Archives and Special Collections
Edited by: Daria D'Arienzo, Archivist of the College
John Lancaster, Curator of Special Collections
Listed by: Barbara Trippel Simmons, Processing Archivist
Brianna Cahill, Archives and Special Collections Associate
Jo-Anne Chapin, Archives Assistant
Janet Poirrier, Archives Assistant


Additional Information
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Amherst, MA 01002-5000

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Contents List
Series 1: EDWARD HITCHCOCK (AC 1849): PERSONAL AFFAIRS,
1840-1962


Arrangement:

Contains biographical materials arranged by type relating to Edward Hitchcock's life, education, and career. It is divided into six sub-series: A: Biographical Materials [1840-1962], B: Education [1845-1860], C: Professional Activities and Appointments [1852-1918], D: Awards, Honors, Memberships [1852-1906], E: Death of Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) [1911-1914], F: Financial and Legal Records [1859-1902]

Scope and content:

Biographical Materials (sub-series A) contains miscellaneous items arranged by type. It is subdivided into five sections:

  • 1. General
  • 2. Marriage and Anniversaries
  • 3. Family Gatherings
  • 4. Articles and Correspondence about Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849)
  • 5. 80th Birthday Celebration

General contains miscellaneous items arranged by type and includes information about Hitchcock's motto; notes about Hitchcock family traits prepared by his granddaughter Margaret Hitchcock Emerson; a list of books; and a description of items owned by Hitchcock now in the Objects Collection.

Marriages and Anniversaries includes the traditional wedding announcement of Edward Hitchcock's marriage to Mary Judson in 1853, and documentation of their 30th, 40th, 50th, and other anniversaries, including celebratory songs and poems. This material is arranged chronologically.

Family Gatherings contains items related to Thanksgiving celebrations for several years, as well as a quirky assortment of place cards and poems, arranged by type of gathering.

Articles and Correspondence about Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) contains material written about Edward Hitchcock, most posthumous, arranged chronologically.

80th Birthday Celebration contains hundreds of letters written to Edward Hitchcock on the occasion of his 80th birthday, May 23, 1908, arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Edward Hitchcock was very popular with the students and alumni of Amherst College and his professional colleagues nationwide. This is reflected in the range of letters here. For a complete list of names, recorded as signed, see Appendix 1. It also includes Hitchcock's reply to all well-wishers, as well as a news clipping about his birthday. Most of the letters date from May and June 1908.

Education (sub-series B) is divided into four sections:

  • 1. Williston Seminary
  • 2. Amherst College
  • 3. Harvard Medical School
  • 4. London Institution

Williston Seminary contains a single item from 1845 on dinosaur tracks.

Amherst College documents Edward Hitchcock's undergraduate career as a member of the Class of 1849, including speeches, notes, and essays, arranged by type. There are 42 undergraduate essays by Hitchcock that he read before classes and literary societies at the College. The material is arranged in apparent chronological order by a numerical sequence assigned by Hitchcock himself.

Harvard Medical School contains Hitchcock's 1853 thesis, The Geological Causes of Disease, which reflects the influence of his father, noted geologist Edward Hitchcock (1793-1864).

London Institution contains a bound volume of Sir Richard Owen's lectures from 1860, when Edward Hitchcock was studying comparative anatomy under Curator Owen at the British Museum.

Professional Activities and Appointments (sub-series C) is divided into five sections:

  • 1. General
  • 2. Williston Seminary
  • 3. Amherst College
  • 4. Northampton Lunatic Hospital
  • 5. State Board of Health, Lunacy, and Charity

General contains a scrapbook with clippings documenting Hitchcock's range of professional interests and activities, including physical education, athletics, and health.

Williston Seminary contains only two items from Hitchcock's years teaching at Williston: a notebook of flowers analyzed by the botany class and a letter from Hitchcock to the editor of Choral Advocate at Williston on behalf of one Theodore Brown regarding musical abilities.

Amherst College: Official documentation of Hitchcock's teaching and other activities at Amherst College is found in the College's institutional records, many of which were gathered and organized by Hitchcock himself. This section contains a small amount of material that Hitchcock had in his personal possession relating to physical education and the College's cabinets (collections of scientific specimens). The section is further divided into three topics, arranged by topic or type:

  • 1. General
  • 2. Department of Physical Education
  • 3. Cabinets

General contains an assortment of talks to classes and lecture notes (not related to physical education); list of fathers and sons who attended Amherst College; and a list of cash held by Hitchcock in January 1911.

Department of Physical Education includes notes and plans for physical education programs; correspondence with students regarding gymnasium absences; general correspondence regarding physical education activities; a desiderata list for the gym; a list of gifts to the gym; a physical education department award notice and prize examination; and several notices regarding reporting for anthropometric measurements, arranged by topic.

Cabinets includes a range of material about the desire for creation, development, and upkeep of various scientific cabinets at Amherst College, including a botanical museum; the Gilbert Museum of Indian Relics; a catalogue of a rock collection; the Natural History Fund; and a proposed Cabinet of Comparative Anatomy and Physiology. Much of the material was created or kept by Edward Hitchcock in his role as curator of the collections. The section is organized by cabinet or topic.

Northampton Lunatic Hospital includes certificates of appointment and notes about examination of the hospital by the Trustees and Superiors.

State Board of Health, Lunacy, and Charity contains documentation of Hitchcock's work as a member of the Massachusetts State Board of Health, Lunacy, and Charity, including some correspondence.

Awards, Honors, Memberships (sub-series D) is divided into three sections:

  • 1. General
  • 2. Henry Street Settlement Reception for Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock,1898
  • 3. Loving Cup: Given at the 50th Anniversary of Edward Hitchcock's Amherst Graduation in 1849

General contains membership certificates and tributes to Edward Hitchcock from his professional organizations, arranged alphabetically by the name of the organization. The most significant groups of materials are: a 1901 scrapbook of letters from the American Association for the Advancement of Physical Education commemorating his 45 years of service to Amherst College; and a volume of letters from members of the Society of College Gymnasium Directors relating to the 1906 dinner honoring Hitchcock. The 1901 scrapbook includes presentation correspondence and a copy of the tribute address by Professor J. M. Tyler (AC 1873) at the presentation dinner (see Appendix 2 for a complete alphabetical list of contributors to the American Association for the Advancement of Physical Education volume).

Henry Street Settlement Reception for Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock, 1898 documents the January 26, 1898 reception at the Henry Street Settlement for Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock, including correspondence about planning the reception and invitation responses. The Hitchcocks' daughter, nurse Jane Elizabeth, was active in the Henry Street Settlement.

Loving Cup documents the 1899 gift of a silver cup from devoted alumni commemorating the 50th anniversary of Hitchcock's graduation from Amherst College in 1849. Material includes correspondence about creating the cup and donation requests and acknowledgments. The substance of the section is a bound volume of tributes to Hitchcock from the donors of the cup. This is one of many tributes to Edward Hitchcock from his former students, who remained devoted to him. Though this commemorates 50 years in time, Hitchcock, in his modesty pointed out that he had only served the College for 38 years at that time. (See Appendix 3 for a complete alphabetical list of contributors.)

Death of Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) (sub-series E) is divided into four sections:

  • 1. Obituaries
  • 2. Condolences
  • 3. Memorials and Tributes
  • 4. Hitchcock Memorial Field

Obituaries includes clippings and notices of Edward Hitchcock's death and memorial services in a range of college, professional, and general publications. Much of the material is gathered into several scrapbooks. The oversize bound volume of obituaries and condolence letters was presented to Hitchcock's widow, Mary Judson Hitchcock. Other scrapbooks were put together by Professor Levi H. Elwell (AC 1875).

Condolences contains the letters written to Hitchcock's widow, Mary Judson Hitchcock, and his children, arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Mary Judson Hitchcock's reply to Amherst College President George Harris and Amherst College students, as drafted and penned by daughter Lucy Hitchcock, and the family reply card are also included.

Memorials and Tributes contains reminiscences about Hitchcock prepared after his death which attest to the place he held at the heart of the College and the esteem in which the faculty and alumni continued to hold him. The material is arranged chronologically and includes a 1914 address by Hitchcock's successor in the Department of Physical Education and Hygiene, Dr. Paul C. Phillips (AC 1888); an undated address by Prof. John M. Tyler (AC 1873); and Maurice Child's (AC 1914) Bond Oration recollecting Hitchcock. A 1916 Amherst reunion pamphlet and a news clipping describing the 1912 Mount Holyoke College yearbook tribute to Hitchcock are also part of the section.

Hitchcock Memorial Field This section contains documentation of fund-raising efforts to create a playing field at the College in memory of Hitchcock. Efforts began in March 1911 immediately after Hitchcock died in February. The section includes the circular to alumni and booklets describing Hitchcock and the project.

Financial and Legal Records (sub-series F) contains Hitchcock's own expense book (1882-1898) and an account book which documents the Hitchcock family household expenses and Hitchcock's accounts with the College as well as specific individuals, including John Haskins. In 1884 Hitchcock was appointed guardian of Caleb D. Benjamin. This sub-series contains the account book Hitchcock kept documenting his activities as guardian. The sub-series includes deeds to the Wildwood Cemetery plot for Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock and several deeds for land purchased and sold by Edward Hitchcock. There are also miscellaneous bills and receipts.

Sub-series A: Biographical Materials



General



Hitchcock, Edward (1828-1911)
n.d.

Box 1: folder 1
Election handbill with Hitchcock's printed signature
[c. 1881]

Box 1: folder 2
Letter from Claude A. S[?] to [?]
1909 Feb 18

Box 1: folder 3
[Number not used]


Box 1: folder 4
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings (religious topics), pasted into bound volume (Mariner's New Calendar)
1840-1857

Box 1: folder 5
List of books relating to Physical Culture; compiled from books owned by Amherst College and from his personal library
n.d.

Box 1: folder 6
"Mens sana in corpore sano;" Hitchcock's motto; newspaper clipping from The Amherst Student
1915 Apr 10

Box 1: folder 7
History of family "traits" by Margaret Hitchcock Emerson (Edward Hitchcock's granddaughter)
n.d.

Box 1: folder 8
Descriptions of objects relating to Edward Hitchcock in the Objects Collection


Box 1: folder 9
Poems: "Wake Nicodemus," "Miss Dock's Poem" [a daughter of Edward Hitchcock?]; with an untitled poem
n.d.

Box 1: folder 10
[Number not used]


Box 1: folder 11
Marriage and Anniversaries



Wedding announcement
1853 Nov

Box 1: folder 12
Wedding anniversary, 30th
1883 Nov 30

Box 1: folder 13
Wedding anniversary, 40th
1893 Nov 30

Box 1: folder 14
Wedding anniversary, 50th
1903 Nov

Box 1: folder 15
Wedding anniversary, unidentified, including poems and songs
n.d.

Box 1: folder 16
Family Gatherings



Thanksgiving
1882, 1883, 1896, n.d.

Box 1: folder 17
Memorabilia Made for Family Gatherings



Poems and rhymes
n.d.

Box 1: folder 18
Place cards
n.d.

Box 1: folder 19
Vase cards, "Ask Mr. C. N. Judson"
n.d.

Box 1: folder 20
Bird cards, "Ask Cannie..."
n.d.

Box 1: folder 21
Cards, illustrated napkin
n.d.

Box 1: folder 22
Photographs of hand drawn map of Bulgaria and Greece; possibly place cards
n.d.

Box 1: folder 23
Articles and Correspondence about Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849)



Stearns, Frank W. (AC 1878) to Stearns, Foster W. (AC 1903)
1906 Mar 12

Box 1: folder 24
"Creative Americans: 'Old Doc' Hitchcock" by Burges Johnson (AC 1899), in The Outlook, vol. 85, no. 17
1907 Apr 27

Box 1: folder 25
"Pioneers of Modern Physical Training. XI. Dr. Edward Hitchcock" by Fred E. Leonard, M.D., in Physical Training, vol. VII, no. 3
1910 Jan

Box 1: folder 26
A. Lyman Williston Prizes honoring Edward Hitchcock, newspaper clipping
1914 Nov 12

Box 1: folder 27
"Edward Hitchcock," by Kenneth D. Miller, in Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, vol. 31, no. 4
1960 Apr

Box 1: folder 27A
"Edward Hitchcock, Jr., M.D." by Henry B. Bruyn, M. D., in Student Medicine, vol. 10, no. 3
1962 Feb

Box 1: folder 28
"A Biography of Edward Hitchcock, Jr., M.D., 1828-1911" by Amherst College Hitchcock Museum Staff and Henry B. Bruyn, M.D., in Student Medicine, vol. 10, no. 3
1962 Feb

Box 1: folder 29
"An Abstract of Edward Hitchcock, M.D. Founder of Physical Education in the College Curriculum" by Joseph Edmund Welch, doctoral dissertation abstract (Dissertation is in the Library's collection)
1962 Jun

Box 1: folder 30
"Physical Culture in Amherst College" by Theodore M. Browne and Elizabeth Fee, in: American Journal of Public Health, vol. 93, no. 5
2003 May

Box 1: folder 31
80th Birthday Celebration



Congratulations (A)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 1
Congratulations (B)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 2
Congratulations (C)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 3
Congratulations (D)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 4
Congratulations (E)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 5
Congratulations (F)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 6
Congratulations (G)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 7
Congratulations (H)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 8
Congratulations (J)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 9
Congratulations (K)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 10
Congratulations (L)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 11
Congratulations (M)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 12
Congratulations (N)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 13
Congratulations (O)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 14
Congratulations (P)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 15
Congratulations (R)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 16
Congratulations (S)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 17
Congratulations (T)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 18
Congratulations (U)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 19
Congratulations (V)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 20
Congratulations (W)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 21
Congratulations (first name only--family)
1908 May

Box 2: folder 22
Hitchcock's reply
1908 Jun

Box 2: folder 23
Newspaper clippings
1908 May 23

Box 2: folder 24
Note:
Sub-series B: Education



Williston Seminary



[On fossil footmarks]
[1845 summer]

Box 3: folder 1
Amherst College



"One of the Class of 1849." (with later annotations by Hitchcock)
[1849]

Box 3: folder 2
Undergraduate speaking--speech by Charles Hudson against the war in Mexico delivered by Hitchcock (2nd prize)
1846 Aug 11

Box 3: folder 3
Undergraduate Essays



#1, "Criticism," before the Athenian Society
1845 Oct 23

Box 3: folder 4
#2, "Real heroes," before the Athenian Society
1846 Apr

Box 3: folder 5
#3, "Ennobling thoughts suggested by nature," before the Athenian Society
1846 Jun

Box 3: folder 6
#4, "The real heroes of the world" [version 2]
[1846] Sep 23

Box 3: folder 7
#5, "Criticism" [version 2] before the Eclectic Society
1846 Oct 7

Box 3: folder 8
#6, "The wisdom of God seen in the smallest works of creation," before the Sophomore Class
1846 Nov

Box 3: folder 9
#7, "No good without some evil," before the Sophomore Class
1846 Nov 19

Box 3: folder 10
#8, "Useful men most persecuted," before the Sophomore Class
1847 Feb 4

Box 3: folder 11
#9, "Biography of 'My Chum'," before the Eclectic Society
1846 Feb 10

Box 3: folder 12
#10, "No evil without some good," never read
n.d.

Box 3: folder 13
#11, "Progress is gradual," "before the Sophomore Class of 46 & 47"
[1847]

Box 3: folder 14
#12, "Guilt its own exposer," before the Eclectic Society
1847 Jun 16

Box 3: folder 15
#13, "Variety," before the Sophomore Class
1847 Jul 15

Box 3: folder 16
#14, "Debate" [Broad vs. Narrow Education], before the Junior Class
1847 Sep 23

Box 3: folder 17
#15, "Combination," before the Eclectic Society
1847 Sep 29

Box 3: folder 18
#16, "Debate" [Physical vs. Intellectual Happiness], before the Junior Class
1847 Oct 22

Box 3: folder 19
#17, "Natures most delicate works equally wonderful with her proudest ones," before the Junior Class
1847 Nov 9

Box 3: folder 20
#18, "Adaptation" ("My first original declamation in college")
1847 Nov 10

Box 3: folder 21
#19, "We should be men of one idea," before the Junior Class (original and 2 photostats)
1847 Nov 23

Box 3: folder 22
#20, "Perfect order in Nature's Works," before the Junior Class
1848 Feb 11

Box 3: folder 23
#21, "Mammon," before the Eclectic Society
1848 Feb 23

Box 3: folder 24
#22, "Debate"- "Ought Christian principle to be considered an indispensible qualification in a candidate for the Presidency of the United States. (Affirmative)," before the Junior Class
1848 Mar 10

Box 3: folder 25
#23, "Immortality of the soul," in College Chapel
1848 Mar 15

Box 3: folder 26
#24, "Compensation," before the Junior Class
1848 Apr 7

Box 3: folder 27
#25, "What is life?," at Spring Exhibition
1848 Apr 18

Box 3: folder 28
#26, "Debate"- "Was the War of the American Revolution justifiable by christian principle? (Aff.)," before the Junior Class
1848 May 30

Box 3: folder 29
#27, "Ichthyosaurus," before the Junior Class
1848 Jul 11

Box 3: folder 30
#28, "Odd Fellowship," [similar to remarks delivered in College Chapel]
1848 Jul 24

Box 3: folder 31
#29, "Idealism"- "Berkeley's Ideal Theory," before the Senior Class
1848 Oct 19

Box 3: folder 32
#30, "Criticism," before the Eclectic Society
1848 Oct 25

Box 3: folder 33
#31, "Somnambulism," before the Senior Class
1848 Nov 16

Box 3: folder 34
#32, "Change essential to happiness," before the Eclectic Exhibition
1848 Nov 28

Box 3: folder 35
#33, "Criticism," before the Eclectic Society
1849 Jan 17

Box 3: folder 36
#34, "Conciseness," in College Chapel
1849 Jan 24

Box 3: folder 37
#35, "Immortalities (Or something else)," before the Eclectic Society
1849 Jan 25

Box 3: folder 38
#36, "Criticism," before the Eclectic Society
1849 Jan 31

Box 3: folder 39
#37, "Mineralogical Reflections," printed in the Indicator (vol. 1, no. 7, pp. 200-202)
1849 Feb

Box 3: folder 40
#38, "Review of 'Philosophy of Geology' by A. C. G. Gobert," before the Senior Class
1849 Feb 12

Box 3: folder 41
#39, "Final causes," before the Senior Class
1849 Mar 17

Box 3: folder 42
#40, "Frankness & candour"
n.d.

Box 3: folder 43
#42, "Means & extremes"- "Scientific Dissertation. The Medium and the Extremes," at Commencement (2 copies)
1849 Aug 9

Box 3: folder 44
[On lying and deceit], in College Chapel
1849 Mar 28

Box 3: folder 45
"4th of July Speech," at Pelham
1849 Jul 4

Box 3: folder 46
Other scholarship at Amherst College



Geological notes [taken while at Amherst?]
n.d. [1845-1849]

Box 3: folder 47
"Index Rerum," bound volume
1846

Box 3: folder 48
Harvard Medical School



"The Geological Causes of Disease," thesis
1853 Mar 1

Box 3: folder 49
London Institution



Richard Owen Lectures, bound volume
1860 Nov-Dec

Box 3: folder 50
Sub-series C: Professional Activities and Appointments



General



Scrapbook of clippings relating to physical
[1880s-1890s,

Box 4: folder 1
education, athletics, health, and the Massachusetts State Board of Health, Lunacy and Charity
1911, 1918]

Box 4: folder 1
Williston Seminary



"Flowers Analyzed by the Botany Class, Will[iston] Sem[inary]," notebook
1852

Box 4: folder 2
Letter from Hitchcock to [unidentified] editor of Choral Advocate at Williston on behalf of Theodore Brown [perhaps himself] re: musical abilities
1854 Nov

Box 4: folder 3
Amherst College



General



"Handel: The Representative of the Oratorio," lecture first read to the Senior Class of 1870
1870 Jun 27

Box 4: folder 4
Vertebrate Zoology class lecture notes
1888

Box 4: folder 5
"Talk to Freshmen" notes
n.d.

Box 4: folder 6
List of fathers and sons who attended Amherst College, notebook
1878-1879

Box 4: folder 7
"Cash in the hands of Dr. E. Hitchcock at this date"
1911 Jan 20

Box 4: folder 7A
Note:
Department of Physical Education



An Abstract of Lectures on Health, to the Freshmen of Amherst College
1880

Box 4: folder 8
"Suggestions of a Plan for a Physical Training School," ("suggested first to Mr. Pratt")
ca. 1884

Box 4: folder 9
"Wants of the Gymnasium," notes
n.d.

Box 4: folder 10
Incoming correspondence
1862-1900

Box 4: folder 11
Outgoing correspondence, H[alsey] M. Collins (AC 1896) re: absences (4 postcards)
1893 Dec, 1895 Dec

Box 4: folder 12
Outgoing correspondence, [Jason] Hinman (AC 1885) re: request to be excused from gymnasium
1883 Dec 8

Box 4: folder 13
Outgoing correspondence, Frank E. Whitman (AC 1885) re: maintaining class exercises while Hitchcock was away
1884 Mar 18

Box 4: folder 14
Notices re: reporting for anthropometric measurements
[1881/2], 1883, n.d.

Box 4: folder 15
Notes re: cancellation of gym classes
1881 Jun 2, Oct 18

Box 4: folder 16
Prize paper corrected by Hitchcock
[1886]

Box 4: folder 17
Gilbert Prize award notice
1884 May 24

Box 4: folder 18
Gifts to the department, lists
1908-1909

Box 4: folder 19
Cabinets



Botanical Museum, bill from H. G. Jesup
1875 Apr 19

Box 4: folder 20
Gilbert Museum of Indian Relics, newspaper clipping, invitation, article about Hitchcock and the collection
n.d.

Box 4: folder 21
Gilbert Museum, circular seeking additions to the collection
1909 Feb 20

Box 4: folder 22
Catalogue of rock collection; accounts of various collectors; Hitchcock's personal accounts, Sept. 1855-Aug. 1856, bound notebook
1855-1856

Box 4: folder 23
Curator's journal and Natural History Fund accounts kept by C. H. Hitchcock (AC 1856), 1858-1864; with Edward Hitchcock's minutes, 1864-1866; student illnesses, 1868-1871; names of people who should receive department information, n. d.; "Scale of Feet, Inches & Tenth of Inches reduced to Decimals of a Foot," bound journal
1858-1869

Box 5: folder 1
Fund raising correspondence for a Cabinet of Comparative Anatomy & Physiology, 1869; with Hitchcock's explanation, 1904, mounted in scrapbook
1869, 1904

Box 5: folder 2
Northampton Lunatic Hospital



Certificates of Appointment to the Board of Trustees
1868-1883

Box OSB5: folder 1
Notes about examination of Trustees and Superiors of Northampton Lunatic Hospital
1870 Aug 15, [Oct]

Box 5: folder 3
State Board of Health, Lunacy and Charity



Certificates of Appointment to the State Board of Health, Lunacy and Charity
1879-1901

Box OSB5: folder 2-4
First Annual Report, photocopy of title page and members of the board
1879

Box 5: folder 4
Correspondence (15 letters)
1881-1896 [gaps]

Box 5: folder 5
Sub-series D: Awards, Honors, Memberships



General



American Association for the Advancement of Physical Education, letters presented to Hitchcock in commemoration of his 45 years of service to Amherst College, bound volume
1901 Apr 20

Box OSB1: folder 5
Note:
American Home Missionary Society, Life Member certificate
1852 Nov 12

Box 5: folder 6
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, membership certificate
1853 Nov 11

Box 5: folder 6A
Minnesota Academy of Natural Science "Bulletin," Hitchcock listed with Honorary Members
1874

Box 5: folder 7
Royal Geological Society of Austria, certificate of election
1862 Dec 17

Box 5: folder 8
Society of College Gymnasium Directors, letters of response to invitation to attend a reception honoring Hitchcock on Dec. 19, 1906, bound volume
1906

Box 5: folder 9
Summer Conference on Physical Training at Springfield, Massachusetts, tribute given to Hitchcock upon completing 50 years as professor of physical training
[c. 1911]

Box MC3:13: folder 9
United States of America Universal Exposition in Saint Louis Commemorating the Acquisition of the Louisiana Territory, silver medal certificate given to Hitchcock as collaborator with Amherst College
1904

Box MC3:13: folder 9
Henry Street Settlement Reception for Edward (AC 1849) and Mary Judson Hitchcock
1898 Jan 26


Correspondence with Arthur C. James (AC 1889) re: plans
1898 Jan 17, 20

Box 5: folder 10
Invitation replies, acceptances
1898 Jan

Box 5: folder 11
Invitation replies, regrets
1898 Jan

Box 5: folder 12
Invitation replies, regrets
1898 Jan

Box 5: folder 13
Loving Cup: Given at the 50th Anniversary of Edward Hitchcock's Amherst Graduation in 1849



Circular letter requesting donations, version 1
1899 May 19

Box 5: folder 14
Circular letter requesting donations, version 2
1899 Jun 5

Box 5: folder 15
Correspondence, 18 letters
1899 May-Jul, n.d.

Box 5: folder 16
Correspondence from donors, presented to Hitchcock as "Loving Cup Letters," bound volume
1899 Jun

Box 5: folder 17
Spine binding from "Loving Cup Letters" scrapbook
1899 Jun

Box 5: folder 18
Account sheets
1899 Jul, n.d.

Box 5: folder 19
Note:
Sub-series E: Death of Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849)



Obituaries



Amherst Graduates' Quarterly, no. 1, pp. 22-30
1911 Oct

Box 6: folder 1
Letter from Charles Henry Hitchcock (AC 1856) re: Amherst Graduates' Quarterly article
1912 Jul 9

Box 6: folder 2
The Amherst Student
1911 Feb 16

Box 6: folder 3
Newspaper clippings
1911 Feb

Box 6: folder 4
Bound volume of obituary newspaper clippings, tributes, and programs from memorials (presented to Mary Judson Hitchcock)
1911

Box OSB2: folder 4
"Tributes to Dr. Edward Hitchcock .... mostly contributed and arranged by Prof. L. H. Elwell," volume 1
n.d.

Box 6: folder 5
"Tributes to Dr. Edward Hitchcock .... mostly contributed and arranged by Prof. L. H. Elwell," volume 2
n.d.

Box 6: folder 6
Notebook paper with newspaper clippings and memorial programs
[ca. 1911]

Box 6: folder 7
Condolences



Letters (A-C)
1911

Box 6: folder 8
Letters (D-G)
1911

Box 6: folder 9
Letters (H-L)
1911

Box 6: folder 10
Letters (M-P)
1911

Box 6: folder 11
Letters (S-W)
1911

Box 6: folder 12
Reply to Amherst faculty from Mary Judson Hitchcock to Amherst College President George Harris, written out by Lucy C. Hitchcock
1911 Mar 7

Box 6: folder 13
Reply to Amherst students from Mary Judson Hitchcock to Amherst College President George Harris, draft by Lucy C. Hitchcock
[1911]

Box 6: folder 14
Reply to correspondents (printed card)
1911

Box 6: folder 15
Memorials and Tributes



Mt. Holyoke Llamarada (yearbook) tribute, clipping
1912 Apr 15

Box 6: folder 16
Address by Dr. Paul C. Phillips in College Chapel, typescript
1914 Apr 17

Box 6: folder 17
Address by Dr. Paul C. Phillips, newspaper clippings
1914 Apr 18

Box 6: folder 18
Bond Oration by Maurice F. Childs (AC 1914)
1914

Box 6: folder 19
Extract from Class of 1876 reunion pamphlet, 1 p. typescript
1916

Box 6: folder 20
Memorial address by John M. Tyler (AC 1873) at Amherst Dinner, Holyoke, Mass., typescript
n.d.

Box 6: folder 21
Hitchcock Memorial Field



"To the Alumni of Amherst College," fund-raising circular
1911 Mar

Box 6: folder 22
"A Memorial to Edward Hitchcock," booklet
1911

Box 6: folder 23
"Hitchcock Memorial Field," booklet
1911

Box 6: folder 24
Newspaper clippings
1911-1913

Box 6: folder 25
Sub-series F: Financial and Legal Records



Account book: household accounts and accounts with Amherst College and with individuals including John Haskins
1859-1863

Box 6: folder 26
Deeds to cemetery: lots for Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock
1871, 1899, 1912

Box OSB5: folder 5
Deeds, quitclaim and warranty, for property purchased by Hitchcock
1862-1885

Box OSB5: folder 6
Deeds, warranty, for property sold by Hitchcock
1862, 1868

Box OSB5: folder 7
Note:
Expense book of Edward Hitchcock
1882-1898

Box 6: folder 27
Benjamin, Caleb D., re: Hitchcock's appointment as guardian of
1884 Oct 14

Box 6: folder 28
Benjamin, Caleb D., account book of his guardian, Hitchcock, last page includes note re: Israel D. Billings Estate
1884-1902

Box 6: folder 29
Receipt re: mounting expenses for "the fossil whale of Vermont."
1859 Aug 11

Box 6: folder 30
Bills and receipts
1872-1897 [gaps]

Box 6: folder 31
Series 2: EDWARD HITCHCOCK (AC 1849): DIARIES AND REMINISCENCES,
1870-1904


Arrangement:

Divided into two sub-series: A: Diaries [1870-1904] and B: Reminiscences [1901-1902]

Scope and content:

Diaries (sub-series A) is divided into two sections:

  • 1. Family Diaries
  • 2. Edward Hitchcock's (AC 1849) Diaries and Notes to His Family

Diaries (sub-series A) covers a period of more than thirty years and includes the "family" journal Hitchcock kept which chronicles the life of the Hitchcock family beginning in 1876, as well as his own journals and notes. Almost always described by him as "for my family only" and "not worth a cent," Hitchcock's notes and "minutes" recorded information about his health, the College, his work at Amherst, gifts he received, his salary and his family. These entries often took the form of "notes" that chronicled his personal reflections and professional thoughts, activities, and events over time, rather than an ongoing daily diary. These minutes and notes are usually just a few pages.

Reminiscences (sub-series B) contains five notebooks (and related typescripts) in which Hitchcock recalls the events of his life and the life of Amherst College and a bit about the town of Amherst. The notebooks also include some reflections of his life at Williston Seminary in Easthampton, and his earliest memories through about 1880. Hitchcock recalls his life as a child in Amherst and as a student at Williston Seminary and Amherst College. Written during his later years, these notebooks demonstrate Hitchcock's ongoing pattern of reflecting on all aspects of his life.

Sub-series A: Diaries



Family Diaries



Hitchcock family diary (bound volume)
1876-1892 (gaps)

Box 7: folder 1
Hitchcock family diary (typescript)
1876-1892 (gaps)

Box 7: folder 2
Edward Hitchcock's (AC 1849) Diaries and Notes to His Family



Pocket diary
1890 Feb 20-Dec 31 (gaps)

Box 7: folder 3
Notes about health
1870 Oct

Box 7: folder 4
Notes to his family about his health and Amherst
1883 Dec 30

Box 7: folder 5
Notes about his health and Amherst
1884 Dec 28

Box 7: folder 6
Notes about Amherst and his year
1890 Apr

Box 7: folder 7
Notes about Amherst and his year.
1890 Jun 29

Box 7: folder 8
List of gifts obtained for Amherst by Hitchcock
[1891]

Box 7: folder 9
Notes about himself, Amherst and his family
1893 Feb 22

Box 7: folder 10
Notes about giving up gymnasium class work
1895 Apr 21

Box 7: folder 11
Notes about his year, Amherst and his family
1895 Dec 23

Box 7: folder 12
Notes about his health, Amherst and his family
1896 Jan 28-Feb 7

Box 7: folder 13
Notes about his salary and those paying it
1896 Jul 5

Box 7: folder 14
Notes written on his 69th birthday
1897 May 23

Box 7: folder 15
"A minute of my life"
1899 Sep 17

Box 7: folder 16
Notes about his work at Amherst and Amherst
1900 Feb 25

Box 7: folder 17
"Another 'minute'"
1902 Aug 31

Box 7: folder 18
Empty envelope with "A 'minute'" and Hitchcock's note
1899 Feb 25, 1903 Sep 20

Box 7: folder 19
Notes written day before his 76th birthday
1904 May 22

Box 7: folder 20
Notes about himself, Amherst and his family (pp. 3-4 only)
n.d.

Box 7: folder 21
Sub-series B: Reminiscences



Notebook "A" [Amherst College, 1840-1850]
1902 Sept

Box 7: folder 22
Excerpts from Notebook "A," pp. 31-39 (typescript, 2 pp.)
n.d.

Box 7: folder 23
Notebook "B" [Amherst College Early Days]
n.d.

Box 7: folder 24
Excerpts from Notebook "B," pp. 4-17, (typescript, 5 pp.)
n.d.

Box 7: folder 25
Notebook "B+," "Some reminiscences connected with the life of Edward Hitchcock..."
1901 Mar 16

Box 7: folder 26
Excerpts from Notebook "B+," pp. 1-22 (typescripts, 10 pp. and 3 pp.)
n.d.

Box 7: folder 27
Excerpts from Notebook "B+," Deerfield and Conway experiences, pp. 79-92 (typescript, 4 pp.)
n.d.

Box 7: folder 28
Notebook "C," Amherst College in 1845-1849
n.d.

Box 7: folder 29
Excerpts from Notebook "C" (typescript, 2 pp.)
n.d.

Box 7: folder 30
Notebook "D", "Some reminiscences of the home life at Easthampton Mass. of E. Hitchcock...", and inside back cover: "Some recollections of my life as connected with Amherst College..."
1902 Mar, n.d.

Box 7: folder 31
Excerpts from Notebook "D" ( typescript, 1 p.)
n.d.

Box 7: folder 32
Series 3: EDWARD HITCHCOCK (AC 1849): PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE,
1851-1921


Arrangement:

Divided into two sub-series: A: Incoming Correspondence [1850-1921], alphabetically arranged by sender, and B: Outgoing Correspondence [1860-1909], alphabetically arranged by addressee

Scope and content:

Incoming Correspondence (sub-series A) contains letters written to Hitchcock by his immediate and extended family, friends, and former students at Amherst College. The letters reveal the importance of family to Hitchcock and his lifelong efforts to keep in contact with family and friends.

Outgoing Correspondence (sub-series B) contains a handful of letters to Hitchcock's children and his sisters.

Related material:

See Series10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 18 for additional letters.

Sub-series A: Incoming Correspondence



Barrows, Martha B.(sister-in-law)
1869 Jan 1

Box 8: folder 1
Burgess, Dr. E. P. and Mrs., calling card
n.d.

Box 8: folder 2
Denison, Carrie (cousin)
1865 Oct 9

Box 8: folder 3
Emerson, Charlotte (daughter-in-law)
1908 Aug 21

Box 8: folder 4
Faulkner, J. N.
1868 Jan 5

Box 8: folder 5
Ford, Gordon and Mrs., calling card
n.d.

Box 8: folder 6
Fowler, Emily E., calling card
n.d.

Box 8: folder 7
French, Howard D. (AC 1895) and Calvin Coolidge (AC 1895) (photocopy)
n.d.

Box 8: folder 8
[Gilbert, Martha]
[?] Feb 5

Box 8: folder 9
[Gilbert], Sue
1853, [1859], n.d.

Box 8: folder 10
Gilmore, Mrs., at home card
[?] Jul 12

Box 8: folder 11
Hitchcock, Albert (son) to the Hitchcock family (14 letters)
[1896], 1901, n.d.

Box 8: folder 12
Hitchcock, Albert (son) (23 letters)
1893-97, 1900, 1906, 1908

Box 8: folder 13
Hitchcock, Caroline (daughter) (16 letters)
1864, 1867-69, 1894-97

Box 8: folder 14
Hitchcock, Caroline (daughter) to the Hitchcock family (4 letters)
1893, 1895, 1897

Box 8: folder 15
Hitchcock, Catharine (sister) (19 letters)
1851-55, 1859-61, 1864, n.d.

Box 8: folder 16
Hitchcock, Catharine (sister) (27 letters )
1866-76

Box 8: folder 17
Hitchcock, Charles H. (AC 1856) (brother) (44 letters)
1857-61, 1864-67, 1869, 1872, 1873, 1875, 1877, n.d.

Box 8: folder 18
Hitchcock, Charles N. (son) (5 letters)
1870, 1894, n.d.

Box 8: folder 19
Hitchcock, Charles N. (son) to the Hitchcock family (4 letters)
1894, 1896, n.d.

Box 8: folder 20
Hitchcock, Charlotte Emerson (daughter-in-law)


Box 8: folder 20
Note:
Hitchcock, Edward (1793-1863) (father)
1841, 1850-1861

Box 8: folder 20
Note:

See: Edward and Orra White Hitchcock Papers, Series 2: Edward Hitchcock Correspondence, Sub-series B: Outgoing Correspondence, Box 4, Folder 43

Hitchcock, Edward (1854-1925) (son) (20 letters)
1864-69 (bulk), 1874-75, 1884, 1896

Box 8: folder 21
Hitchcock, Edward (1854-1925) (son) to the Hitchcock family (11 letters)
1894, 1896-98, 1921, n.d.

Box 8: folder 22
Hitchcock, Edward B. (grandson) (2 letters)
1896, 1897

Box 8: folder 23
Hitchcock, Emily (sister) (10 letters)
1853, 1859-60, 1865, 1868, 1870

Box 8: folder 24
Hitchcock, Jane Elizabeth (sister) (31 letters)
1851-53, 1855, 1857-58, 1860, 1864-65, 1867, 1870, 1872,1875, 1887, n.d.

Box 8: folder 25
Hitchcock, Jane Elizabeth (daughter) (3 letters)
1873, n.d.

Box 8: folder 26
Hitchcock, Jane Elizabeth (daughter) to the Hitchcock family (7 letters)
1880, 1895, 1896, 1897

Box 8: folder 27
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (son) to the Hitchcock family (10 letters)
1889, 1891

Box 8: folder 28
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (son) to the Hitchcock family (15 letters)
1892, 1894

Box 8: folder 29
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (son) (2 letters)
1893 Oct 17, [1894]

Box 8: folder 30
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (son), telegram
189[8?] Aug 23/24

Box 8: folder 31
Hitchcock, Justin (cousin) (2 letters)
1866 Jun 14, 18

Box 8: folder 32
Hitchcock, Katherine (granddaughter) to Hitchcock family
[1894]

Box 9: folder 1
Hitchcock, Lucy (daughter) to the Hitchcock family
1886, 1891-93,

Box 9: folder 2
(12 letters)
1895-97, n.d.

Box 9: folder 2
Hitchcock, Lucy (daughter) (3 letters)
1873, 1897

Box 9: folder 3
Hitchcock, Martha B. Barrows (sister-in-law)


Box 9: folder 3
Note:
Hitchcock, Mary (sister) (15 letters)
1850, 1855, 1857-59, 1867, 1869, 1872

Box 9: folder 4
Hitchcock, Mary Judson (wife)


Box 9: folder 4
Note:
Hitchcock, Nathaniel (cousin)
1864 Dec 12

Box 9: folder 5
Hitchcock, Orra White (mother)
1850-1860, n.d.

Box 9: folder 5
Note:

See: Edward and Orra White Hitchcock Papers, Series 10: Orra White Hitchcock Correspondence, Sub-series B: Outgoing Correspondence, Box 25, Folder 14

Hor, S. Herman (telegram re: son's military service)
1898 Aug 24

Box 9: folder 6
Judson, Cannie (sister-in-law) (42 letters)
1852-60, n.d.

Box 9: folder 7
Judson, Charles N. (brother-in-law) (25 letters)
1857-63

Box 9: folder 8
Judson, Charles N. (brother-in-law) (25 letters)
1864-69, 1871-72, 1876, 1891, n.d.

Box 9: folder 9
Judson, David (father-in-law) (27 letters)
1851, 1853-55, 1857-58

Box 9: folder 10
Judson, Emily (cousin)
1895 Sep 15

Box 9: folder 11
Judson, Frederick (uncle) (6 letters)
1855, 1857-59

Box 9: folder 12
Judson, Henry (cousin)
1900 Jan 15

Box 9: folder 13
Judson, Isaac (uncle) (13 letters)
1854-57, 1859, 1872, 1873

Box 9: folder 14
Judson, Lewis H. (brother-in-law) (25 letters)
1852-60, n.d.

Box 9: folder 15
Judson, Lewis H. (brother-in-law) (24 letters)
1861, 1863, 1867, 1871, 1872, 1875

Box 9: folder 16
Judson, Mary L. (wife) (26 letters)
1852-57, 1859

Box 9: folder 17
Judson, Mary L. (wife) (13 letters written during Hitchcock's trip to Paris and London)
1860 Sep-Dec

Box 9: folder 18
Judson, Mary L. (wife) (11 letters)
1861-1872

Box 9: folder 19
Judson, Phebe Lewis (mother-in-law)


Box 9: folder 19
Note:
Judson, Pixlee (brother-in-law) (22 letters)
1860, 1861, 1864, 1867, 1868, 1870, 1872, n.d.

Box 9: folder 20
Kimberley, Betsey (3 letters)
1871, 1873, 1875

Box 9: folder 21
Lewis, Phebe (mother-in-law) (5 letters)
1852, 1857, 1866, 1870, n.d.

Box 9: folder 22
Lewis, Phebe (mother-in-law) to the Hitchcock family (3 letters)
1855, 1856, n. d.

Box 9: folder 23
Marsh, Elizabeth C.
1905 Dec 30

Box 9: folder 24
Mason, Maria E. (4 letters)
1851-52

Box 9: folder 25
[Number not used]
1908 Sep 9

Box 9: folder 26
Nichols, D. L.(cousin) to the Hitchcock family
1886 Dec 9

Box 9: folder 27
Pratt, C[harles] M. (AC 1879), telegram
189[8?] Aug 23

Box 9: folder 28
Putnam, Granville B. (AC 1861) (brother-in-law)
1869, 1871

Box 9: folder 29
Putnam, Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock (sister)


Box 9: folder 29
Note:
Sanford, J[ohn] E. (AC 1851)
1850 Sep 4, n.d.

Box 9: folder 30
Stebbins, Maria A. (3 letters)
1861, 1864, 1868

Box 9: folder 31
Storrs, Catharine Hitchcock (sister)


Box 9: folder 31
Note:
Storrs, Henry M. (AC 1846) (brother-in-law)
1852-53, 1885

Box 9: folder 32
Terry, Cassius M. (brother-in-law)
1874 Apr 28

Box 9: folder 33
Terry, Emily Hitchcock (sister)


Box 9: folder 33
Note:
Williston, Lyman A
1879 Feb 25

Box 9: folder 34
Sub-series B: Outgoing Correspondence



To his children
1860, 1898

Box 9: folder 35
Hitchcock, Emily (sister)
1909 Dec 25

Box 9: folder 36
Hitchcock, Mary (sister)
1862 Aug 2

Box 9: folder 37
Terry, Emily Hitchcock (sister)


Box 9: folder 37
Note: Note:

See also: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) to Edward Hitchcock (father), 1860-1861 (14 letters) filed in Edward and Orra White Hitchcock Papers, Series 2: Edward Hitchcock Correspondence, Sub-series A: Incoming Correspondence, Box 3, Folder 19

Note:

See also: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) to Orra White Hitchcock (mother), 1844-1845 (7 letters from Williston Seminary) filed in Edward and Orra White Hitchcock Papers, Series 10: Orra White Hitchcock Correspondence, Sub-series A: Incoming Correspondence, Box 25, Folder 8

Note: Note: Note:
Series 4: EDWARD HITCHCOCK (AC 1849): PROFESSIONAL CORRESPONDENCE,
1850-1911


Arrangement:

Divided into two sub-series: A: Incoming Correspondence [1851-1911], alphabetically arranged by sender, and B: Outgoing Correspondence [1844-1909], alphabetically arranged by addressee

Scope and content:

Incoming Correspondence (sub-series A): This significant series reveals the breadth of Hitchcock's professional activities, career, work for Amherst, and acquaintances. Many of the letters are from members of the Amherst College community and alumni. The letters detail Hitchcock's ongoing relationships with his former students; his collecting of scientific specimens on behalf of the College; his fund-raising efforts; and general correspondence on College business. There is a letter from Julius H. Seelye (AC 1849) dated July 26, 1861, concerning Hitchcock's appointment to Amherst as physical education instructor and a letter from Foster W. Stearns (AC 1903) concerning acquiring material for the Memorabilia Collection.

Outgoing Correspondence (sub-series B) contains Hitchcock's letters to Amherst College community members and alumni as well as correspondence documenting Hitchcock's professional affiliations. The sub-series includes Hitchcock's letters to Frank W. Stearns (AC 1878) and Foster Stearns (AC 1903) concerning the collection of memorabilia relating to the College.

Sub-series A: Incoming Correspondence



Abbott, Lawrence F. (AC 1881)
1904 Jan 13

Box 10: folder 1
Allen, Charles H. (AC 1869) (4 letters)
1874 Apr 8, 1898 Jun 8, Nov 25, 1899 Jun 16

Box 10: folder 2
Allen, Nathan (AC 1836) (17 letters)
1861-1866, 1869, 1872-1873, 1875-1877

Box 10: folder 3
Allen, S. W.
[1879]

Box 10: folder 4
Alpha Delta Phi
1911 Jan 6

Box 10: folder 5
American Antiquarian Society (2 letters)
1875 Jun 8, 1876 Apr 29

Box 10: folder 6
Ames, Charles H. (AC 1870)
1872 Jan 16

Box 10: folder 7
Ames, James T.
1871 Jan 3

Box 10: folder 8
Ames Manufacturing Company
1854 Mar 9

Box 10: folder 9
Amherst Club of Chicago
1911 Jan 19

Box 10: folder 10
Amherst College Class of 1875
1910 Jul 5

Box 10: folder 11
Amherst College Library
1874 Apr 9

Box 10: folder 12
[Amherst] College Rocky Mountain Alumni Association, telegram
[1910]

Box 10: folder 13
Anderson, William G.
1911 Jan 5

Box 10: folder 14
Andrews, Charles A. (AC 1895)
1898 Jan 24

Box 10: folder 15
Arms, C. H. (4 letters)
1861 Oct 11, 1864 Oct 4, 1866 Oct 17, 1875 Oct 19

Box 10: folder 16
Ayres, [Professor], envelope only
n.d.

Box 10: folder 17
B., I. W.
1863 Jul 23

Box 10: folder 18
Babbott, Lillie R.(3 letters)
1903 Jul 1, 19, 1903 Nov 4

Box 10: folder 19
Bacon, Lucie
1878 Oct 5

Box 10: folder 20
Bagg, John S. (AC 1872)
1871 Feb 28

Box 10: folder 21
Bailliese, H.
[1854] Sep

Box 10: folder 22
Ballantine, H. (AC 1868)
1873 Dec 19

Box 10: folder 23
Ballard, C. H. (5 letters)
1851 Sep 25, 1852 May 9, Apr 14, 1854 Mar 27, n. d.

Box 10: folder 24
Bancroft, J. P.
1882 Jun 16

Box 10: folder 25
Barbour, Linus Lucian (AC 1874) (2 letters)
1874 May 2, Jul 23

Box 10: folder 26
Barlow, Elisha H. (AC 1866)
1872 Jan 13

Box 10: folder 27
Bannister, Seth Warner (AC 1835)
1859 Aug 1

Box 10: folder 28
Barrett, Benjamin
1869 Jun 15

Box 10: folder 29
Barrett, J. L.
1854 Apr 7

Box 10: folder 30
Bartlett, Dr. C. K. (Northampton Lunatic Hospital)
1866 Apr 9

Box 10: folder 31
Bates, Charles H. (1 letter)
n.d.

Box 10: folder 32
Batterson, George
1871 Dec 13

Box 10: folder 33
Beadle, E. R., re: minerals (5 letters)
1853 Feb 3, 1854 Sep 18, 1854 Oct 2, 4, 1861 Dec 19

Box 10: folder 34
Beecher, [?] (Envelope only, marked "Mr. Beecher's Letters")
n.d.

Box 10: folder 35
Benson, H. C.
1858 Mar 15

Box 10: folder 36
Bigelow, William P. (AC 1889)
1908 Jan 22, Oct 22

Box 10: folder 37
Billings, Ch. H.
1859 Sep 19

Box 10: folder 38
Billings, Julia, donor to Amherst YMCA and Neesima Memorial
1890, 1892, 1904, 1905, 1906

Box 10: folder 39
Billings, Laura
1896 Aug 4

Box 10: folder 40
Blackwood, James
1860 Nov 22

Box 10: folder 41
Blakeman, B. (4 letters)
1871 Oct 17, Dec 30, 1874 Jan 13, 1875 Aug 27

Box 10: folder 42
Boltwood, Clarinda B., re: 1840 badge from Whig Convention in Barre, Mass.
1903 Dec 12

Box 10: folder 43
Boltwood, Henry L. (AC 1853)
1859 Aug 16

Box 10: folder 44
Boynton, [Nehemiah] (AC 1879)
1901 Sep 16

Box 10: folder 45
Bradford, J. H.
1907 May 7

Box 10: folder 46
Bridgman, A. M. (AC 1875)
1875 Oct 14

Box 10: folder 47
Bridgman, S. E.
1864 Jun 23, 1874 Apr 18

Box 10: folder 48
British Museum, acknowledging gift of 60 stone implements and some pottery fragments (3 letters)
1860 Dec 4, 17, 1867 May 18

Box 10: folder 49
Note:
Bronson, Frederick S. (AC 1878)
1907 Apr 26

Box 10: folder 50
Brown, M.
1854 Mar 2

Box 10: folder 51
Brown, William A. (AC 1868)
1875 Jan 1

Box 10: folder 52
Brush, George J.
1857 May 22

Box 10: folder 53
Bryan, Clark W. and Company
1874 May 14

Box 10: folder 54
Burdett, Edward P.
1863 Dec 31

Box 10: folder 55
Burgess, Ebenezer P. (AC 1852) (13 letters)
1852-1853

Box 10: folder 56
Burgess, Ebenezer P. (AC 1852) (7 letters)
1854, 1858, 1859, 1862, n.d.

Box 10: folder 57
Burgess, Edward Phillips (AC 1852) (2 letters)
1853 Feb 16, [?] Nov 10

Box 10: folder 58
Burgess, Miriam S.
1863 Mar 3

Box 10: folder 59
Campbell, W. H.
1854 Jun 12

Box 10: folder 60
Carew, F. (2 letters)
1871 Mar 29, [1874]

Box 10: folder 61
Carter, Franklin, includes Hitchcock's reply (3 letters)
1885 Oct 31, 1886 May 22, 1899 Jan 9

Box 10: folder 62
Chapin, Franklin P. (AC 1852)
1852 Dec

Box 10: folder 63
Chapin, Henry W., re: Indian relics and minerals (3 letters)
1862 Jun 17, 1865 Jun 14, 1869 Sep 5

Box 10: folder 64
Chapman, [Esq.]
1852 May 10

Box 10: folder 65
Childs, D. W.
1872 Jan 24

Box 10: folder 66
Childs, H. S.
1871 Jun 24

Box 10: folder 67
Chillson, H. H. (AC 1843)
1869 Nov 30, Dec 4

Box 10: folder 68
Clapp, Edwin (AC 1849)
1871 Nov 27

Box 10: folder 69
Clark, E. L.
1861 Dec 2

Box 10: folder 70
Clark, E. P.
1859 Nov 6

Box 10: folder 71
Clark, Josiah
1874 Apr 29

Box 10: folder 72
Clark, Lucy E. (3 letters)
[1851] Nov 28, 1851 Dec 14, 1870 Nov 26

Box 10: folder 73
Clark, W[illiam] S[mith] (AC 1848)
1857 Nov 26

Box 10: folder 74
Clarke, Lillason
1907 May 13

Box 10: folder 75
Clarke, Merritt & Co.
1871 Dec 14

Box 10: folder 76
Clarke, Philena C.
[1867]

Box 10: folder 77
Clarke, William W.
1854 Sep 8

Box 10: folder 78
Clay, Joseph A.
1853 May 28

Box 10: folder 79
Clouston, [?], re: Dr. Pliny Earle (2 letters)
1882 Jun 20, 1883 Jun 20

Box 10: folder 80
Codman, F[enneton?] G.
[1908] May 6

Box 10: folder 81
Colton, Joseph (5 letters)
1853 Mar 12, Apr 22, [May], 1854 Apr 1, Jun 14

Box 10: folder 82
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Secretary's Office
1859 Nov 10

Box 10: folder 83
Cooke, Josiah P., Jr.
1853 Jan 27

Box 10: folder 84
Cooke, Mary I.
[?] Jan 7

Box 10: folder 85
Cooley, Arthur Stoddard (AC 1891)
1907 May 22

Box 10: folder 86
Cope, Edward D., re: reptile fossils (5 letters)
1869 Nov 1, Dec 28, 1870 Jan 28, Sep 16, 1872 Jan 29

Box 10: folder 87
Copp, John J. (AC 1860)
1871 Jun 20

Box 10: folder 88
Cross, M. E. (AC 1837)
1854 Feb 18

Box 10: folder 89
Crowell, E[dward] P[ayson] (AC 1853)
[1876]

Box 10: folder 90
Curtis, Frances G.
1901 Nov 14

Box 10: folder 91
Curtis, Jason L. (AC 1871)
1871 Dec 6

Box 10: folder 92
Cutter, [Dr.] Calvin (3 letters)
[1852] Dec 15, [1853] Dec 5, 1854 Sep 21

Box 10: folder 93
Cutting, George R. (AC 1871), re: Frank L. Babbott (AC 1878)
[1874]

Box 10: folder 94
Delta Kappa Sigma
1854 Jun 26

Box 11: folder 1
Dakin, Arthur H. (AC 1884), re: "friction" and Alumni Dinner and Seelye administration
1894 Jul 23

Box 11: folder 2
Dana, James D. (3 letters)
1857 Dec 18, 1869 Feb 20, 1872 Jan 30

Box 11: folder 3
Dana, S. W. (AC 1847), re: recollections of President Heman Humphrey
1905 Nov 28

Box 11: folder 4
Davis, Christy (2 letters)
1866 May 24, 28

Box 11: folder 5
Dawes, H. S. (2 letters)
1882 Jun 17, 1888 Feb 10

Box 11: folder 6
Day, L. (Mrs. W. F. Day)
n.d.

Box 11: folder 7
Deady, John A. (AC 1864)
1869 Mar 25

Box 11: folder 8
Demond, Charles, with enclosure
1874 Feb 19

Box 11: folder 9
Denison, Charles
1892 May 22

Box 11: folder 10
Derby, Hasket (AC 1855) (7 letters)
1873, 1875, 1892, 1894, 1899

Box 11: folder 11
De Wolf, Oscar C.
1873 May 28

Box 11: folder 12
Dexter, Franklin B.
1871 Jun 14

Box 11: folder 13
Dickinson, Edward (AC 1823)
1854 Jun 17

Box 11: folder 14
Dickinson, Marquis Fayette (AC 1862)
1899 Jan 31

Box 11: folder 15
Dickinson, W. Austin (AC 1850) (2 letters)
1859 Jan 15, Nov 19

Box 11: folder 16
Dix, D. L.
1868 Oct 14

Box 11: folder 17
Dodge, Rowland B. (AC 1901), a missionary, Maui, Hawaii, 5 photos included
1907 May 9

Box 11: folder 18
Donald, Elijah Winchester (AC 1869) (7 letters)
1869, 1892, 1896, 1897, 1899

Box 11: folder 19
Dow, Frank F. (AC 1874)
[1873 Oct]

Box 11: folder 20
Duns, John (AC Hon. 1863) (9 letters)
1861, 1863, 1866, 1869

Box 11: folder 21
Earle, Pliny, re: Northampton Lunatic Hospital (3 letters)
1868 Sep 5, 1869 Oct 21, 1871 Jun 14

Box 11: folder 22
Eastman, Julia A.
1907 May 24

Box 11: folder 23
Eastman, Lucius R. (AC 1833)
1871 Dec 11

Box 11: folder 24
Eliot, Charles W. (2 letters)
1872 Apr 16, 1883 May 8

Box 11: folder 25
Emerson, Benjamin K. (AC 1865), re: minerals and taxidermist specimens (2 letters)
1875 Mar 9, [1876]

Box 11: folder 26
Emerson, John M. (AC 1849) (2 letters)
1859 Nov 15, 1866 Jan 7

Box 11: folder 27
Fairbanks, Gertrude M.
1903 Nov 23

Box 11: folder 28
Fallon, John
1883 Feb 17

Box 11: folder 29
Farman, Elbert Eli (AC 1855)
1908 Aug 8

Box 11: folder 30
Field, Ellen C., re: Health Cottage donations ( [1903] last page only) (3 letters)
[1903], 1904 Aug 26, 31

Box 11: folder 31
Field, Rosnell, re: Indian relics (2 letters)
1865 Aug 19, 1866 Mar 30

Box 11: folder 32
First National Bank of Northampton
1865 Aug 29

Box 11: folder 33
Fisher, T. Willis (2 letters)
[1854] Dec 7, 1859 Jan 28

Box 11: folder 34
Fiske, Helen
1877 May 28

Box 11: folder 35
Fletcher, Hewitt G. (AC 1897)
1911 Jan 11

Box 11: folder 36
Fletcher, William I., re: receipted bill for binding volumes for the Memorabilia Collection
[1906]

Box 11: folder 37
Flint, Austin (AC 1831), re: recommending Pliny Earle for Amherst honors
1887 Jun 7

Box 11: folder 38
Franks, Augustus W., re: New England stone implements and the British Museum
1868 Dec 2

Box 11: folder 39
French, S. Tenney (AC 1872)
1899 Jan 3

Box 11: folder 40
French, Stuart W. (AC 1889)
1901 Jan 8

Box 11: folder 41
Fuller, A. Frank
1858 Aug 29

Box 11: folder 42
Garman, Charles E. (AC 1872) (2 letters)
[1874] Apr 30, 1899 Jan 2

Box 11: folder 43
Gates, Merrill E., re: seeking opinion about possible successors to "Old Doc" (4 letters)
1891 Sep 4, [1892] Aug 19, 1892 Aug 23, 1896 Jul 23

Box 11: folder 44
Geer, Robert C.
1875 Jul 23

Box 11: folder 45
Gilbert, Charles D., re: Indian relics (8 letters)
1868 Dec 4, 11, 1869 Sep 15, 20, 28, 1871 Oct 8, 1872 Jul 8, 12

Box 11: folder 46
Gilbert, E. J., re: Indian relics (7 letters)
1867 Sep 14, Oct 17, 1868 May 18, Jun 5, Nov 17, 23

Box 11: folder 47
Gilbert, George H., re: Indian relics (5 letters)
1866 Mar 19, 1867 May 24, Jun 3, Jul 19

Box 11: folder 48
Gilbert, J. H. G., re: Indian relics (3 letters)
1871 Dec 9, 1903 Nov 20, 1904 Sep 6

Box 11: folder 49
Gilbert, Mary L. (2 letters)
1868 Jun 30, Sep 15

Box 11: folder 50
Gilfillen, T.
1852 Dec 21

Box 11: folder 51
Gough, John B. (3 letters)
18[?] May 4, 1869 Oct 23, 1873 Jun 4

Box 11: folder 52
Green, Mason A. (AC 1874)
1876 May 18

Box 11: folder 53
Green, Samuel A. (2 letters)
1853 Mar 7, Jun 22

Box 11: folder 54
Greene, William C. (AC 1849)
1900 Oct 5

Box 11: folder 55
[Greg?], R. P.
1864 Jan 19

Box 11: folder 56
Grennell, Samuel
1872 Jan 29

Box 11: folder 57
Grosvenor, Edwin A. (AC 1867) (2 letters)
1904 Feb 25, 1908 Jan 1

Box 11: folder 58
Guild, Curtis
1906 May 11

Box 11: folder 59
Guild, George E. (AC 1876)
1872 Aug 24

Box 11: folder 60
Guild-Smith, Mrs. E. M., re: Guild Scholarship
[?] Jun 29

Box 11: folder 61
Hacker, Sarah Earle
1907 Apr 28

Box 11: folder 62
Hadley, Arthur T.
1899 Oct 28

Box 11: folder 63
Hadley, G.
1851 Aug 28

Box 11: folder 64
Hager, Albert D., re: a geological map of Vermont Indian relics and a whale skeleton (4 letters)
1859 Feb 2, 1861 Aug 5, 1867 Jan 30, 1889 Jul 19

Box 11: folder 65
Hall, G. Stanley
1894 Mar 26

Box 11: folder 66
[Hall, S. S.]
185[?]

Box 11: folder 67
Hall, W. W.
1861 Oct 26

Box 11: folder 68
Hamilton, John Alexander (AC 1853)
185[?] Mar 24

Box 11: folder 69
Hammond, Charles (5 letters)
1871 Sep 6, Dec 12, 1872 Jan 17, 26, 1875 Apr 24

Box 11: folder 70
Hammond, John C. (AC 1865)
1874 Jan 31

Box 11: folder 71
Hammond, W. S., Jr., 2 envelopes only
n.d.

Box 11: folder 72
Hartwell, Charles (AC 1849), Foochow, China, missionary (7 letters)
1851, 1859, 1869, 1870, 1874, 1876, n.d.

Box 11: folder 73
Hatch, Franklin Samuel (AC 1873)
1904 Jan 5

Box 11: folder 74
Hawkins, Layton S. (AC 1904)
1910 Dec 31

Box 11: folder 75
Hayward, James (AC 1873)
1872 Jan 3

Box 11: folder 76
Henricke, W.
1863 Mar 11

Box 11: folder 77
Henry, Joseph
1871 Dec 11

Box 11: folder 78
Henshaw, Marshall (AC 1845) (3 letters)
1861 Aug 1, 1864 May 23, 1864 Sep 24

Box 11: folder 79
Hinrichs, Carl
1864 Oct 3

Box 11: folder 80
Historical Society of Great Britain (2 letters)
1869 Feb 27, Apr 27

Box 11: folder 81
Hitchcock, Roswell D. (AC 1836) (6 letters)
1878, 1882, 1883, 1884

Box 11: folder 82
Hoadley, E. S. (Mar 13 letter re: new cotton press) (2 letters)
1854 Mar 13, May 18

Box 11: folder 83
Hodges, R. M. (9 letters)
1864, 1869, 1871, 1872, 187[?], 189[?]

Box 11: folder 84
Hodgson, George B.
1869 Jul 24

Box 11: folder 85
Holland, Josiah G. (12 letters)
1853, 1854, 1855, n.d.

Box 11: folder 86
Holloway, G.
1853 Oct 28

Box 11: folder 87
Holmes, J. W., Jr.
1869 Jan 12

Box 11: folder 88
Holmes, Oliver Wendell (5 letters)
1854, 1861, [1871], 1883, 1891

Box 11: folder 89
[Hopkins, Alice Knight], includes photograph and mourning poem
1869 Apr 17

Box 11: folder 90
Hopkins, Bridgman and Co.
1854 Jul 18

Box 11: folder 91
Howe, A. P.
1854 Feb 2

Box 11: folder 92
Howe, Elijah, Jr. (AC 1849)
1863 Aug 17

Box 11: folder 93
Howe, G. M. (AC 1871)
1872 Jan 15

Box 11: folder 94
Hubbard, E. A. (2 letters)
1862 Mar 5, 1864 Feb 19

Box 11: folder 95
Hubbard, Robert, candidate for U. S. Congress
1875 Mar 31

Box 11: folder 96
Hubbard, William H. (AC 1844) (2 letters)
185[?] Jan 25, Jul 2

Box 11: folder 97
Humphrey, [Heman]
1854 Jan 12

Box 11: folder 98
Huntington, Frederick D. (AC 1839) (3 letters)
1852 Apr 8, 1891 Jan 24, 1899 May 31

Box 11: folder 99
Hyatt, J. C. V. D. (3 letters)
1853 Aug 19, 1854 Jan 3, May 18

Box 11: folder 100
Hyde, Henry D. (AC 1861), re: 1869 details of Hitchcock's retirement income (5 letters)
1869 Dec 9-10, 1875 Jul 2, 1895 Jan 24, 1896 Jun 14

Box 11: folder 101
James, Arthur Curtiss (AC 1889) (4 letters)
1898 Sep 9, 1899 Apr 5, 1901 Feb 1, 19

Box 12: folder 1
James, D. Willis (7 letters)
1894, 1895, 1899, 1901, 1904, 1906

Box 12: folder 2
Jarvis, Dr. Edward
1865 Feb 10

Box 12: folder 3
Keep, Austin (AC 1897)
1906 Apr 11

Box 12: folder 4
Keep, Avery
1866 May 9

Box 12: folder 5
Kellogg, D. S., re: Indian relics (3 letters)
1904 Apr 12, May 4, Aug 19

Box 12: folder 6
Kendall, Sylvanus C. (AC 1849)
1869 Jul 15

Box 12: folder 7
Kimball, James P. (AC 1849) (2 letters)
1850 Jan, Dec

Box 12: folder 8
King, Samuel Bowles (AC 1902)
1911 Apr 25

Box 12: folder 9
Kingsley, C. B.
1865 Sep 11

Box 12: folder 10
Kinney, C. M.
1859 Oct 10

Box 12: folder 11
Kittredge, G. B.
1872 Jan 22

Box 12: folder 12
Kneeland, Dr. S.
1852 Nov 17

Box 12: folder 13
Knight, H. G., re: position on State Board of Charities
1875 Jun 10

Box 12: folder 14
Krantz, Dr., re: mineral specimens
1865 Jul 17

Box 12: folder 15
Ladd, William M. (AC 1878) (5 letters)
1881, 1883, 1884, 1892, 1910

Box 12: folder 16
Lane, Charles S. (AC 1880)
1907 Apr 30

Box 12: folder 17
Lankester, E. Ray, re: zoology and osteology (6 letters)
[1860], 1862, [1863], n.d., 1865, 1873

Box 12: folder 18
Lankester, Phebe (4 letters)
[1860-1861], 1875 Oct 4

Box 12: folder 19
Lassiter, Francis R.
1906 Jan 6

Box 12: folder 20
Leighton, George E.
1853 May 26

Box 12: folder 21
Leighton, M. K.
1903 Mar 9

Box 12: folder 22
Leland, George A. (AC 1874) (5 letters)
1875 Jan 23, Apr 10, Sep 24, 1880 Nov 23, 1904 Mar 21

Box 12: folder 23
Leland, J. D. (2 letters)
1874 Jan, Aug

Box 12: folder 24
Leonard, M. H.
1855 Apr 6

Box 12: folder 25
Lesley, J. P.
1866 Aug 9

Box 12: folder 26
Letchworth, William P.
1882 Jun 21

Box 12: folder 27
Lewis, Dio
1868 Feb 3

Box 12: folder 28
Liang-Cheng, Chentung, calling card and invitation from Chinese Students Conference
1906 Aug

Box 12: folder 29
Lincoln, Caroline
[?] Jul 9

Box 12: folder 30
Lombard, Frank A. (AC 1896), re: Amherst College Neesima Endowment for Doshisha, copy (2 letters)
1904 Aug 2, Oct 17

Box 12: folder 31
Long, John D.
1899 Jun 16

Box 12: folder 32
Long, Walter P., re: Civil War Petersburg Campaign (6 letters)
1864 Nov 25, Dec 4, 1870 Jun 7, Jul 18, 1903 Mar 9, 1907 May 16

Box 12: folder 33
Lovell, Thomas A.
1857 Jun 17

Box 12: folder 34
Lyell, Mary (2 letters)
[1860] Dec 4, 20

Box 12: folder 35
Lyman, Solomon
185[?] Apr 13

Box 12: folder 36
MacFadden, Robert A. (AC 1890)
1902 May 22

Box 12: folder 37
Mallet, J. W. (3 letters)
1854 Jul 20, 1890 Sep 19, 22

Box 12: folder 38
Mallon, George B. (AC 1887)
1909 Feb 23

Box 12: folder 39
Manross, Newton S.
1862 Feb 11

Box 12: folder 40
Marsh, L.
1867 Jan 11

Box 12: folder 41
Marvine, Walter (AC 1879)
1907 May 18

Box 12: folder 42
Maskelyne, Nevil Story (5 letters)
1861 Jul-Oct, n.d. March 14

Box 12: folder 43
Mason, Lowell (2 letters)
1868 Apr 25, Nov 28

Box 12: folder 43A
Massachusetts Medical Society
1859 Oct 14

Box 12: folder 44
Mead, William R. (AC 1867) (1 letter)
n.d.

Box 12: folder 45
Merriam, G. Ernest (AC 1896)
1907 May 13

Box 12: folder 46
Metcalf, E. W. (2 letters)
1855 Apr 12, 21

Box 12: folder 47
Miller, Dr. W. D., inquiry from Germany re: physical education at Amherst
1899 Apr 17

Box 12: folder 48
Milliken, I. T.
1857 Nov 10

Box 12: folder 49
Mitchell, Weir (2 letters)
[1895 Nov 4], 1904 May 12

Box 12: folder 50
Montague, William L. (AC 1855)
1865 Dec 29

Box 12: folder 51
Morgan, Charles E.
1853 Dec 10

Box 12: folder 52
Morgan, John C., re: science and religion
1870 Apr 7

Box 12: folder 53
Morse, Charles L. (AC 1901), re: warm appreciation for Hitchcock's life and role in the memory of the students
1908 Sep 9

Box 12: folder 53A
Munn, Asa B.
1888 Mar 15

Box 12: folder 54
Murphey, Starr J. (AC 1881)
1909 Dec 7

Box 12: folder 55
National Geographic Society
1909 Mar 12

Box 12: folder 56
Neesima, Joseph H. (AC 1870)
1868 Apr 15

Box 12: folder 57
Neill, H. Humphrey (AC 1866), calling card
1903 Nov 21

Box 12: folder 58
Newhall, George H. (AC 1845)
1851 Nov 13

Box 12: folder 59
Ober, Frank W.
1899 Feb 23

Box 12: folder 60
Orton, James (3 letters)
[1853] Jan 31, 1854 Mar 15, 1867 Apr 15

Box 12: folder 61
Owen, Richard (5 letters, 1 note)
1860, 1869, 1871, 1876, 1885, n.d.

Box 12: folder 62
Page, Calvin C.
1854 Feb 13

Box 12: folder 63
Palmer, William R. (AC 1849)
1872 Jan 9

Box 12: folder 64
Parker, W. E. (2 letters)
1870 Oct 5, 1907 Apr 29

Box 12: folder 65
Parkhurst, C. H. (AC 1866)
1907 Apr 26

Box 12: folder 66
Parsons, H. M.
1908 Mar 2

Box 12: folder 67
Patrick, H. J. (AC 1848) (2 letters)
1892 Mar 29, 1907 May 2

Box 12: folder 68
Pearsons, D. K.
[1901]

Box 12: folder 69
Pease, E. M. (AC 1854)
1854 Mar 4

Box 12: folder 70
Pease, L. H., re: a skeleton with missing teeth
1875 Jan 4

Box 12: folder 71
Peppes, George D. B. (AC 1857)
1859 Jan 15

Box 12: folder 72
Perkins, E. H. (2 letters)
1854 Jul 21, 1855 Apr 1

Box 12: folder 73
Perkins, G. H.
1904 Sep 24

Box 12: folder 74
Perkins, Justin (AC 1829), a missionary in Persia, who boarded with Hitchcock family
1865 Nov 6

Box 12: folder 75
Phillips, John L. T. (2 letters)
1852 Jul 8, 1854 Jul 15

Box 12: folder 76
Pictet, [?], Professor at Geneva
n.d.

Box 12: folder 77
Pomeroy, Edward N., re: M. F. Logan (AC 1875)
1875 Jul 14

Box 12: folder 78
Pomeroy, William Morton (AC 1861)
1871 Jun 21

Box 12: folder 79
Pope Manufacturing Company (4 letters)
1896 Nov 19, 1898 Sep 1, 2, 1899 Oct 14

Box 12: folder 80
Powell, Charles L. (2 letters)
1854 Nov 29, Dec 15

Box 12: folder 81
Pratt, Charles (2 letters)
1880 Jul 5, 1885 Apr 10

Box 12: folder 82
Pratt, Charles M. (AC 1879) (24 letters)
1882, 1858, 1886, 1888-1891, 1893

Box 12: folder 83
Pratt, Charles M. (AC 1879) (23 letters)
1894-1897, 1902, 1905-1909

Box 12: folder 84
Pratt, Edward Henry (AC 1853)
1871 Oct 2

Box 12: folder 85
Pratt, Frederick Bayley (AC 1887) (3 letters)
1889 Nov 16, 1890 Feb 12, 1891 Sep 16

Box 12: folder 86
Pratt, George D. (AC 1893)
1907 Jul 2

Box 12: folder 87
Pratt, Mary M. (3 letters)
[1903], [?] Aug 1, [?] Nov 30

Box 12: folder 88
Pratt, Morris (AC 1911)
1908 Aug 29

Box 12: folder 89
Rand, Stephen Bailey (AC 1866) (2 letters)
1874 Apr 12, May 14

Box 12: folder 90
[Rinch ?], H. C., re: Stanton Coit (AC 1879)
1875 May 29

Box 12: folder 91
Roberts, J. Willard (AC 1904)
1902 Aug 14

Box 12: folder 92
Robinson, George D.
1885 Dec 15

Box 12: folder 93
Robinson, H. M.
1904 Sep 26

Box 12: folder 94
Roemer, G.
1869 May 28

Box 12: folder 95
Rolfe, W. J. (AC 1849) (2 letters)
[1909] May 3, Dec 27

Box 12: folder 96
Root, O.
1852 Dec 29

Box 12: folder 97
Russell, William Eustis
1893 May 8

Box 12: folder 98
Rust, H. N., re: Indian artifacts (2 letters)
[1892] Jan 18, Nov 29

Box 12: folder 99
Sanford, D. (2 letters)
1853 Dec 29, 1854 Aug 27

Box 13: folder 1
Sanford, G. E.
1853 Dec 5

Box 13: folder 2
Sanford, John E. (AC 1851) (4 letters)
1867 Jul 3, 1872 Mar 22, 1876 Jun 21, 1905 Feb 3

Box 13: folder 3
Sawyer, E. H. (9 letters)
1854, 1866, 1867, 1871, 1872, 1874, 1875

Box 13: folder 4
Sawyer, Sarah J.
1867 May 14

Box 13: folder 5
Scarritt, Russell
1867 Apr 29

Box 13: folder 6
Schiff, Jacob H.
1899 Nov 28

Box 13: folder 7
Scudden, Sam
1875 Jan 28

Box 13: folder 8
Sears, R. W.
1855 Dec 30

Box 13: folder 9
Seelye, Elizabeth J.
1889 Aug 23

Box 13: folder 10
Seelye, Julius H. (AC 1849) (14 letters)
1859, 1861, 1872, 1876, 1888, 1889

Box 13: folder 11
Seelye, L. Clark (2 letters)
1876 Apr 15, 18

Box 13: folder 12
Seymour, John A. (AC 1849)
1875 Jan 14

Box 13: folder 13
Shaw, E. S.
n.d.

Box 13: folder 14
Shepard, Charles Upham (AC 1824) (4 letters)
[1860] Oct 7, 1861 Jan 10, 1866 Jan 1, 1869 Nov 26

Box 13: folder 15
Shuter, James S.
1860 Nov 26

Box 13: folder 16
Silliman, B. (4 letters)
1853 Mar 29, Sep 24, Dec, 1863 May 30

Box 13: folder 17
Smith, A. D.
1871 Dec 20

Box 13: folder 18
Smith, B. F. (3 letters)
1852-1854

Box 13: folder 19
Smith, Charles Sprague (AC 1874)
1907 Sep 5

Box 13: folder 20
Smith, E.
1861 Jul 24

Box 13: folder 21
Smith, Edward H.
1903 Jan 29

Box 13: folder 22
Smith, G. Laurence (3 letters)
1852 Nov 15, 1853 Jan 23, 1857 Oct 20

Box 13: folder 23
Smith, J. Bryant (6 letters)
1853 Jun 9, Dec, 1854 Jan 4, 9, Feb 2, Apr 18

Box 13: folder 24
Snow, E. L. (2 letters)
1854 May 12, 1857 Jan 1

Box 13: folder 25
Snow, G. P.
1854 Mar 13

Box 13: folder 26
Society of Directors of Physical Education in Colleges
1909 Dec 21

Box 13: folder 27
Sprague, D. G.
1863 May 30

Box 13: folder 28
Stearns, Alfred E. (AC 1894)
1910 Feb 24

Box 13: folder 29
Stearns, Foster W. (AC 1903)
1906 Oct 23

Box 13: folder 30
Stearns, Frank Waterman (AC 1878)
1905 May 4

Box 13: folder 31
Stearns, R. H. & Company (2 unsigned letters)
1906 Mar 7, 8

Box 13: folder 32
Stearns, W. D.
1881 Sep 13

Box 13: folder 33
Stebbins, M. C. (AC 1851)
1871 Sep 16

Box 13: folder 34
Stickney, W. B. (AC 1863)
1880 Oct 11

Box 13: folder 35
Stone, George M.
1854 Sep 9

Box 13: folder 36
Stone, John (AC 1891)
[?] May 18

Box 13: folder 37
Stone, Rollin S. (3 letters)
1861

Box 13: folder 38
Storer, Horatio R. (3 letters)
1852 Mar 22, 1853 Nov 16, 1892 Nov 28

Box 13: folder 39
Storrs, Henry M. (AC 1846)
1853 May 14

Box 13: folder 40
Storrs, Richard Salter (AC 1839) (2 letters)
1896 Jun 15, [?] Mar 13

Box 13: folder 41
Stoughton, [John ?]
1875 Mar 29

Box 13: folder 42
Strong, [?]
1908 Apr 13

Box 13: folder 43
Strong, N. Lyman
1857 Nov 7

Box 13: folder 44
Swallow, G. C.
1854 Jan 16

Box 13: folder 45
Sweetser, G. H.
1853 Jan 11

Box 13: folder 46
Sykes, L. F., re: minerals (3 letters)
1853 Dec 8, 1854 Sep 30, Oct 30

Box 13: folder 47
Taintor, Charles M., re: Old Deerfield document dated 1673
1871 Jun 5

Box 13: folder 48
Talbot, B.
1854 Oct 23

Box 13: folder 49
Temple, J. H.
1875 Mar 5

Box 13: folder 50
Thomas, W. H. B., re: Indian relics (3 letters)
1853 Mar 28, 1854 Jan 11, 1855 May 22

Box 13: folder 51
Thompson, A. G.
1860 Apr 14

Box 13: folder 52
Thompson, A. W., for the Hampshire District Medical Society
1866 Sep 10

Box 13: folder 53
Thompson, Fred J.
1907 Apr 27

Box 13: folder 54
Thompson, Joseph O. (AC 1884)
1899 Nov 8

Box 13: folder 55
Tooley, Lucien S.
1855 Apr 12

Box 13: folder 56
Travis, Charles B. (AC 1864)
1874 Aug 3

Box 13: folder 57
Tuke, D. Hack
1882 Jun 20

Box 13: folder 58
[Tumas ?], S.
1854 Jan 26

Box 13: folder 59
Turner, James (AC 1880)
1908 Dec 28

Box 13: folder 60
Tyler, [J?]
1871 Dec 29

Box 13: folder 61
Tyler, John M. (AC 1873) (7 letters)
1910 Apr 24, May 12, 25, Jun 9, 20, Jul 10, Aug 28

Box 13: folder 62
Tyler, Moses Coit
1869 Nov 20

Box 13: folder 63
Tyler, William Seymour (AC 1830) (2 letters dated 1861 May 13) (4 letters)
1861 May 13, Aug 12, 1889 Sept 19

Box 13: folder 64
U. S. Christian Commission
1864 Jul 18

Box 13: folder 65
Utter, George H. (AC 1877)
1899 Jun 30

Box 13: folder 66
Vaux, William S.
1853 Jul 2

Box 13: folder 67
Votaw, Daniel (father of Elihu, AC 1869)
1867 Feb 15

Box 13: folder 68
Walker, Francis A. (AC 1860) (4 letters)
1879 Feb 8, 1893 May 30, 1895 Dec 5, 1903 May 28

Box 13: folder 69
Walker, George Frederic (AC 1849)
1869 Jul 1

Box 13: folder 70
Walker, Williston (AC 1883)
1884 Dec 21

Box 13: folder 71
Ward, Henry A.
1871 Dec 1

Box 13: folder 72
Ward, William H. (AC 1856) (3 letters)
1860 Nov 27, 1861 Aug 26, 1862 Jul 14

Box 13: folder 73
Washburn, John Henry (AC 1849) (4 letters)
1872 Jan 17, 22, 1873 Sep 22, 1908 Mar 3

Box 13: folder 74
Washburn, W[illiam] B[arrett]
1874 Apr 28

Box 13: folder 75
Watts, James W.
1855 May 30

Box 13: folder 76
Weeden, William Grinnell (father of William O., AC 1877)
[1875?] Jul 22

Box 13: folder 77
Welch, T. G.
1872 Jan 26

Box 13: folder 78
White, Andrew D. (3 letters)
1874 Aug 10, 1883 Nov 6, 1884 Feb 8

Box 13: folder 79
White, Emma S.
1905 Jan 24

Box 13: folder 80
White, George H. (AC 1870)
[1875] Mar

Box 13: folder 81
White, James
1854 May 4

Box 13: folder 82
Whitney, W. C.
1885 Mar 20

Box 13: folder 83
Wilbur, H. O. (2 letters)
1905 Jan 31, Nov 31

Box 13: folder 84
Wilbur, Harriet Laurence, re: Harry Wilbur Scholarship
1905 Feb 11

Box 13: folder 85
Wilder, Lyman, re: Indian relics
1871 Sep 12

Box 13: folder 86
Wilder, Marshall P.
[?] Mar 16

Box 13: folder 87
Wiley, R. E.
1898 Oct 3

Box 13: folder 88
Wilks, C.
1872 Nov 20

Box 13: folder 89
Williams, R. S.
1875 Dec 28

Box 13: folder 90
Willis, B. L.
1904 Nov 21

Box 13: folder 91
Williston, Asahel Lyman
1876 Mar 18

Box 13: folder 92
Williston, Lyman R. (AC 1850)(2 letters)
1852 Dec 14, 1853 Jan 23

Box 13: folder 93
Williston, Samuel
1865 Sep 8

Box 13: folder 94
Winslow, P. I. W.
1861 Dec 30

Box 13: folder 95
Wolcott, Roger(2 letters)
1896 Apr 6, May 30

Box 13: folder 96
Wood, Alphonse(2 letters)
1852 Jul 10, 1861 Oct 25

Box 13: folder 97
Woodbridge, John (AC 1849)
1859 Oct 13

Box 13: folder 98
Woods, J. B.
1865 Aug 17

Box 13: folder 99
Woods, Rufus Dodd (AC 1838)
1872 Jan 26

Box 13: folder 100
Woolley, Mary E.
1907 Apr 28

Box 13: folder 101
Wright, Bryce
1861 Dec 12

Box 13: folder 102
Wyman, J.
1855 Jan 20

Box 13: folder 103
Wyman, Walter (AC 1870) (3 letters)
1883-1899

Box 13: folder 104
Envelopes (6 envelopes addressed to Hitchcock)


Box 13: folder 105
Unidentified (2 letters)
1860 Oct 21, 1875 Oct

Box 13: folder 106
Sub-series B: Outgoing Correspondence



Allen, W. S. (AC 1900)
1902 Oct 19

Box 14: folder 1
Alumni Association of New York, includes a menu for Association Dinner with a facsimile letter
1909 Feb 19

Box 14: folder 2
Amherst College, bill for expenses
1899 Jun 30

Box 14: folder 3
Amherst College, Class of 1883
1908 Oct 26

Box 14: folder 4
Amherst College, Class of 1897
1897 Dec 16

Box 14: folder 5
Amherst student mass meeting
1909 Nov 12

Box 14: folder 6
Ayres, J.
1854 Feb 1

Box 14: folder 7
Belcher, Nathan N. (AC 1832)
1878 Mar 14

Box 14: folder 8
Bigelow, William P. (AC 1889) (16 letters)
1890-1894, 1906

Box 14: folder 9
Biscoe, Walter Stanley (AC 1874) (4 memoranda)
1879 Sep 24, Oct 9, 1880 Jul 19, Aug 17

Box 14: folder 10
Bridgenman, [?]
1809 [?] Jan 30

Box 14: folder 11
Christian Association, Amherst College, reproduction from the annual report
1906 Jun 10

Box 14: folder 12
Clark, John Bates (AC 1872) (2 letters)
1900 Nov 13, 15

Box 14: folder 13
Cowles, Herbert T.
1906 Jul 5

Box 14: folder 14
Cowles, Mrs. Herbert T. (2 letters)
1904 Mar 11, 1905 Apr 21

Box 14: folder 15
Dakin, Arthur Hazard (AC 1884)
1894, 1895

Box 14: folder 16
Delta Upsilon
n.d.

Box 14: folder 17
Dickinson, William Austin (AC 1850) (6 letters, 4 envelopes, 2 lists and 2 cards relating to 1889 Alumni Dinner)
[1888-1889]

Box 14: folder 18
Dickinson, William Austin (AC 1850)
1889 Mar 16

Box 14: folder 19
Fay, [Charles Ralph] (AC 1890)
1899 Mar 24

Box 14: folder 20
Field, Samuel D.
1903 Jul 8

Box 14: folder 21
Flynt, William N.
1869 Oct 1

Box 14: folder 22
Garman, Charles E. (AC 1872) (2 letters)
1900 Jan 25, Feb 12

Box 14: folder 23
Gates, Merrill E.
1896 Jul 25

Box 14: folder 24
Harris,[George], Amherst College President
190[?] Sep 30

Box 14: folder 25
Hinman, Jason (AC 1885)
1883 Dec 8

Box 14: folder 26
[Number not used]


Box 14: folder 27
Johnson, Burges (AC 1899) (1905 letter about physical education at Amherst before 1861. Later letters about Johnson's article on 'Old Doc' in Outlook, Apr 27, 1907) (5 letters and 1 article)
1905 Feb 22, 1906 Dec 6, 1907 Mar 20, Apr, Jun 27

Box 14: folder 28
Jones, William B.
190[8] Feb 13

Box 14: folder 29
Keep, Austin Baxter (AC 1897) (13 letters about Noah Webster material at Columbia University)
1905, 1906, 1907

Box 14: folder 30
Kidder, H. W. (AC 1897), re: swivel chair used by President Hitchcock (2 memoranda)
190[?]

Box 14: folder 31
Library Committee, book orders
1879 Dec 29

Box 14: folder 32
March, Mrs. (2 letters)
1886 Dec 14, 20

Box 14: folder 33
Mead, William Rutherford (AC 1867)
1908 Feb 26

Box 14: folder 34
Moody, A. S.
1908 Oct 6

Box 14: folder 35
Morse, [Anson D.] (AC 1871) (4 letters)
1889 Jan 19, Dec 25, 31, 1902 Apr 3

Box 14: folder 36
Norton, Mrs.
1882 Sep 16

Box 14: folder 37
Orr, William (AC 1883)
1903 Jul 18

Box 14: folder 38
Parsons, [?] (photocopy)
1881 Oct 18

Box 14: folder 39
Phillips, Dr. Paul C. (AC 1888) (35 letters)
1902-1908

Box 14: folder 40
Plimpton, [George Arthur] (AC 1876), re: President Gates and Professor Garman
1894 Jul 2

Box 14: folder 41
Pratt, Charles M. (AC 1879), re: Austin Dickinson (AC 1850) and President Gates (4 letters)
1895 Sep 1, Oct 2, 1897 Mar 29, 1901 Mar 16

Box 14: folder 42
Pratt, Mrs. C. M. (3 letters)
1892 Mar 24, 1893 Mar 23, 25

Box 14: folder 43
Pratt, Harold (AC 1900)
1906 Jul 6

Box 14: folder 44
Psi Upsilon
1903 Dec 8

Box 14: folder 45
Rugg, Arthur Prentice (AC 1883)
1908 Aug 20

Box 14: folder 46
Rust, Horatio, re: Indian relics and fossil bones (20 letters, photocopies; originals at Huntington Library, NO PHOTOCOPYING)
1866-1891

Box 14: folder 47
[Saulom?], [?] re: State Board of Lunacy and Charity report
1886 Jan 19

Box 14: folder 48
Seelye, [Julius Hawley] (AC 1849)
1872 Nov 29

Box 14: folder 49
[Seelye], Laurens H.
1909 Sep 10

Box 14: folder 50
Smith, A. D. (2 transcriptions and 1 excerpt from the Dartmouth College archives; excerpt dated Jun 19 from Calvin Durfee which mentions Professor Hitchcock)
1864 Apr 2, 1865 Nov 23, 1865

Box 14: folder 51
Smith, [ Jeannie] (3 letters)
1900 Jun 28, 1901 Apr 6, 1907 Feb 27

Box 14: folder 52
Stearns, Foster (AC 1903), re: printing Noah Webster papers (16 letters)
1905 May 6-1907 Jan 27

Box 14: folder 53
Stearns, Frank Waterman (AC 1878), re: printing of Noah Webster papers and other matters (13 letters)
1906 Feb 19-1908 Jan 3

Box 14: folder 54
Tyler, Amelia W.
1809 Mar 20

Box 14: folder 55
[Tyler], John
1897 Nov 23

Box 14: folder 56
Whitman, [Frank E.] (AC 1885)(2 letters)
1896 May 26, 1902 Jan 22

Box 14: folder 57
Whitney, Edward Samuel (AC 1890)
1898 Sep 5

Box 14: folder 58
Williston, [A. Lyman] (7 letters)
1873, 1874, 1876, 1877, 1879

Box 14: folder 59
Unidentified, re: letter of recommendation for G. L. Smith (AC 1876)
1878 Sep 21

Box 14: folder 60
Unidentified, includes 1 Latin motto and 5 letters
n.d., 1869, 1873, 1889

Box 14: folder 61
Series 5: EDWARD HITCHCOCK (AC 1849): TRAVEL,
1860-1898


Arrangement:

Divided into four sub-series: A: Trip to France and England, 1860-1861, B: Trip Around the World, 1872, C: Trip to Brazil, 1892, D: Trip to the Mediterranean, 1898

Scope and content:

Trip to France and England, 1860-1861 (sub-series A) is chronicled through the notebook Hitchcock kept during his medical study in Paris, and in London with Sir Richard Owen of the British Museum, during the winter of 1860-61. The sub-series also contains a typescript of the notebook. Hitchcock was accompanied by his brother-in-law Pixlee Judson. Material is arranged by type.

Trip Around the World, 1872 (sub-series B) documents Hitchcock's trip with fellow classmate and faculty member Julius H. Seelye (AC 1849), Professor of Moral Philosophy and Metaphysics (later president of Amherst College). Hitchcock and Seelye were commissioned by the Trustees to bring back "memorabilia to fill the exhibition shelves." Seelye and Hitchcock separated in India, where Seelye remained to deliver a lecture series while Hitchcock continued to the Middle East and Europe before returning to America. The sub-series includes Hitchcock's passport; the diary he kept between July 1872 and January 1873; a typescript of the diary; financial information; a list of goods shipped back to the United States, including items for the Amherst College "cabinets"; and a volume of memorabilia from the trip, including letters to and from his family. Material is arranged by type.

Trip to Brazil, 1892 (sub-series C) documents Hitchcock's eight-week trip to South America, accompanied by Mary Judson Hitchcock and their daughter Lucy. The series includes a diary the Hitchcocks kept for June and July 1892 and a drawing of Hitchcock aboard the ship [by his daughter Lucy?]. The trip, the gift of Charles M. Pratt (AC 1879) was undertaken to improve Hitchcock's ill health. See Series 14, sub-series A for Lucy's diary of the trip. Material is arranged by type. For photographs, see Series 8, sub-series F, box 21, folder 14.

Trip to the Mediterranean, 1898 (sub-series D) contains 2 volumes of Hitchcock's diary, kept from January through May 1898, for his trip to Hyres, France. Mary Judson Hitchcock accompanied him on this trip. They were the guests of Charles M. Pratt (AC 1879). For a photograph, see Series 8, sub-series F, box 21, folder 15.

Sub-series A: Trip to France and England,
1860


Letter to James Shuter, typescript regarding microscopic investigation
1860 Nov 26

Box 15: folder 1
Bill of Exchange, London
1860 Dec 4

Box 15: folder 2
Diary of Hitchcock's study with Sir Richard Owen, bound notebook
1860 Oct-1861 Jan

Box 15: folder 3
Typescript of Owen notebook above, pp. 1-34
1860 Oct-1861 Jan

Box 15: folder 4
Typescript of Owen notebook above, pp. 35-88
1860 Oct-1861 Jan

Box 15: folder 5
Passport for Edward Hitchcock
1872 Jun 25

Box OSB5: folder 8
Diary, bound notebook, vol. 1
1872 Jul 17-Nov 1

Box 15: folder 6
Diary, bound notebook, vol. 2
1872 Nov 2-1873 Jan 4

Box 15: folder 7
Typescript of diary, vol. 1 above, pp.1-50
1872 Jul 17-Sep 12

Box 15: folder 8
Typescript of diary, vol. 1 above, pp. 51-end
1872 Sep 13-Nov 1

Box 15: folder 9
Typescript of diary, vol. 2 above
1872 Nov 2-1873 Jan 4

Box 15: folder 10
List of goods shipped home, including items for the Amherst College Cabinet
c. 1872

Box OSB5: folder 9
Jan Financial account book and one loose sheet
1872 Jul-1873

Box 15: folder 11
List of articles in The Amherst Student about the trip
1872-1873, 1938

Box 15: folder 11A
Bound volume of memorabilia
1872

Box 16: folder 11A
Sub-series C: Trip to Brazil,
1892


Bill of Fare, menu
1892 Jul 26

Box 15: folder 12
U. S. & Brazil Steamship Co. brochure
ca. 1892

Box 15: folder 13
Diary, kept by Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock of trip, bound notebook
1892 Jun-Jul

Box 15: folder 14
Photocopies of Mary Judson Hitchcock's entires into the bound notebook diary above
1892 Jun-Jul

Box 15: folder 15
Pencil drawing of Hitchcock aboard ship, [by Lucy Hitchcock?]
1892 Jun 19

Box 15: folder 16
Note:
Sub-Series D: Trip to the Mediterranean,
1898


Diary of trip to Hyres, France, bound notebook, vol. 1
1898 Jan -Apr

Box 15: folder 17
Diary of trip to Hyres, France, bound notebook, vol. 2
1898 Apr-May

Box 15: folder 18
Series 6: EDWARD HITCHCOCK (AC 1849): PUBLISHED WRITINGS,
1855-1909


Arrangement:

The material is arranged chronologically by date of publication.

Scope and content:

Contains manuals, articles, reports, and papers written and prepared by Edward Hitchcock over a period of more than 40 years. Formats include printed material (originals and photocopies) and annotated copies. Hitchcock's works focus on physical education, hygiene, and anthropometric statistics as well as the occasional scientific specimen. It includes a small amount of correspondence about Elementary Anatomy and Physiology, written with his father, Amherst College president and geologist Edward Hitchcock.

Many of the publications relate to the development of the physical education program at Amherst College and include summaries of anthropometric measurements of Amherst students, and multiple editions of the health lectures given by Hitchcock over the years.

A Manual for the Gymnasium, advertising flyer (2 copies)
[n.d.]

Box 17: folder 1
Manual of Gymnastic Exercises, proof
n.d.

Box 17: folder 2
"On a New Spodumene Locality at Norwich Mass.," by C. Hartwell and Hitchcock [The American Journal of Science 2nd series, v. 10] (8 offprints sewn together)
1850 Sep

Box 17: folder 3
On the Decrease of the Relative Number of College-Educated Men in Massachusetts During the Present Century (2 copies)
n.d.

Box 17: folder 4
"What the College May do to Prevent Insanity," reprinted from Proceedings of Twelfth Conference of Charities and Correction
n.d.

Box 17: folder 5
"Description of a New Species of Clathropteris, Discovered in the Connecticut Valley Sandstone," The American Journal of Science, second series, vol. 20, no. 58 (2 detached copies)
1855 Jul

Box 17: folder 6
"A New Fossil Shell in the Connecticut River Sandstone," The American Journal of Science, second series, vol. 21 (3 detached copies)
1856

Box 17: folder 7
Correspondence re: Elementary Anatomy and Physiology (written with his father, President Edward Hitchcock, geologist)
1857-1876

Box 17: folder 8
Note:

See also: Edward and Orra White Hitchcock Papers Series 5: Edward Hitchcock, Published Writings - Major Works, Sub-series A: Elementary Anatomy and Physiology, Box 11, Folder 1

"Hygiene at Amherst College, Experience of the Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College for the Past 16 Years," paper read at the American Public Health Association meeting in Chicago (3 copies)
1877 Sep 26

Box OSB5: folder 10
The Average and the Best Anthropometric Records of Amherst College from 1861-2 to 1894-5 Inclusive, annotated
1895 Mar 26

Box 17: folder 9
The Average and the Best Anthropomorphic Records of Amherst College from 1861 to March, '00 [1900] Inclusive, annotated
[ca. 1900]

Box 17: folder 10
Physical Culture in Amherst College. Lowell, Mass.: Store & Huse, Book Printers, 1869. (4 copies)
1869

Box 17: folder 11
Transactions of the Hampshire Agricultural Society of Amherst, Mass., for the Year 1875. Amherst: H. M. McCloud and Job Printer, 1875.
1875

Box 17: folder 12
"Relation of the Student-Life to Health and Long[e]vity," reprinted from The New Englander (3 annotated copies)
1877 Jul

Box 17: folder 13
Hygiene at Amherst College, paper read at the meeting of the American Public Health Association (3 copies)
1877 Sep 26

Box 17: folder 14
The Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College. Boston: Rand, Avery, & Co., 1879. (4 copies)
1879

Box 17: folder 15
An Abstract of Lectures on Health, to the Freshmen of Amherst College. 1880. Amherst: Press of C. A. Bangs & Co., 1880. (2 copies, one incomplete)
1880

Box 17: folder 16
An Abstract of Lectures on Health, to the Freshmen of Amherst College. 1880. Amherst: Press of C. A. Bangs & Co., 1880., with manuscript notes by Edward Hitchcock
1880

Box 17: folder 17
Hygiene of the Farm From the 27th Report of the Secretary of the State Board of Agriculture. Boston: Franklin Press: Rand, Avery, & Company, 1880.
1880

Box 17: folder 18
A Report of Twenty Years Experience in the Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College, to the Board of Trustees. June 27, 1881. Amherst: Press of C. A. Bangs & Co., 1881
1881

Box 17: folder 19
Amherst College Health Lectures.
1882-83, 1883-84, 1887, n.d.

Box 17: folder 20
[A Manual of the Gymnastic Exercises as Practiced by the Junior Class] in Amherst College...Prepared Under the Direction of Dr. Edward Hitchcock, Professor of Physical Education and Hygiene. Boston: Ginn, Heath, & Company, 1884.
1884

Box 17: folder 21
"Athletics in American Colleges," in Journal of Social Science, containing the "Transactions of the American Association, No. XX Saratoga Papers of 1884," Part II, (also one detached copy)
1885 Jun

Box 17: folder 22
"Athletics at Amherst College," from Outing (2 detached copies)
1885 Jul

Box 17: folder 23
The Twenty-Fifth Annual Report of the Professor of Physical Education and Hygiene, to the Board of Trustees of Amherst College, June 29, 1886
1886 Jun 29

Box 17: folder 24
The Need of Anthropometry, A Paper...Also, the Report of the Committee Upon the Method of Physical Measurement. Brooklyn: Rome Brothers, 1887.
1887

Box 17: folder 25
"Statistics Bearing Upon the Average and Typical Student in Amherst College, March 1888," by Hitchcock and H. H. Seelye, from The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. XVII (photocopy)
1888

Box 17: folder 26
"Anthropometric Statistics from Amherst College, Mass., U. S. A.," from The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. XVIII (photocopy)
1888

Box 17: folder 27
Arguments of Hon. George D. Robinson . . . on the Petition of Alice R. Cooke of Sandwich, and the Memorial of F. B. Sanborn of Concord, before the Committee on Public Charitable Institutions of the Legislature of 1889. Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Co., 1889. Includes quotations from Hitchcock.
1889

Box 17: folder 28
"Some Principles Regarded as Essential in the Direction of the Department of Physical Education and Hygiene, Amherst College," Presented at a conference in the interest of Physical Training held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, November 29, 1889 (4 copies)
1889 Nov 29

Box 17: folder 29
The Thirtieth Annual Report of the Professor of Hygiene and Physical Education. June 23, 1891. Amherst: Carpenter & Morehouse, 1891.
1891

Box 18: folder 1
A Syllabus of the Health Lectures in Amherst College, 1891-92. The Subjects, Statements and Facts Upon Personal Health Used for the Lectures Given to the Freshman Class of Amherst College. Third Edition, Amherst, 1891. (2 copies; 1 copy for corrections and additions by Hitchcock)
1891 Sep

Box 18: folder 2
"Tug-of-War Contests," from Young Mens Era, March 1892 (photocopy)
1892 Mar

Box 18: folder 3
The Results of Anthropometry as Derived from the Measurements of the Students in Amherst College. A Paper Presented to the American Association for the Advancement of Physical Education at Their Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, April, 1892. Amherst: Carpenter & Morehouse, 1892.
1892

Box 18: folder 4
A Syllabus of the Health Lectures in Amherst College, 1893-94. The Subjects, Statements and Facts Upon Personal Health Used for the Lectures Given to the Freshman Class of Amherst College. Fourth Edition, Amherst, 1893.
1893 Sep

Box 18: folder 5
"The Gymnastic Era and the Athletic Era of Our Country," from The Outlook (3 detached copies)
1895 May 18

Box 18: folder 6
A Syllabus of the Health Lectures in Amherst College, 1896-97. The Subjects, Statements and Facts Upon Personal Health Used for the Lectures Given to the Freshman Class of Amherst College. Fifth Edition, Amherst, 1896. (3 copies)
1896 Sep

Box 18: folder 7
"Dangers of Overtraining" in Men: A Young Man's Paper, Vol. 22, no. 4
1897 Mar 13

Box 18: folder 8
An Anthropometric Manual Giving Physical Measurements and Tests of Amherst College Students Between 17 and 26 Years of Age, and the Method of Securing Them. Fourth Edition, Amherst: Carpenter & Morehouse, 1900.
1900

Box 18: folder 9
A Syllabus of the Health Lectures in Amherst College, 1905-6. The Subjects, and Statements of Facts Upon Personal Health Used for the Lectures Given to the Freshman Classes of Amherst College. Eighth Edition, Amherst, 1905. (2 copies)
1905 Sep

Box 18: folder 10
A Syllabus of the Health Lectures in Amherst College, 1907-1908. The Subjects, and Statement of Facts Upon Personal Health Used for the Lectures Given to the Freshman Classes of Amherst College. Ninth Edition, Amherst, 1907.
1907 Sep

Box 18: folder 11
A Syllabus of the Health Lectures in Amherst College, 1909-1910. Lectures on Personal Health Given to the Freshman Classes of Amherst College. Tenth Edition, Amherst, 1909.
1909 Sep

Box 18: folder 12
Series 7: EDWARD HITCHCOCK (AC 1849): MUSIC,
1852-1892


Arrangement:

Series 7 is divided into two sub-series: A: Manuscript Music [n.d.], and B: Published Music [1852-1891]

Scope and content:

Reflects Edward Hitchcock's lifelong interest in music and the importance of music in his family's activities and celebrations. Hitchcock played the cello (which is preserved in the Archives and Special Collections), and other members of his family played musical instruments as well.

Manuscript Music (sub-series A) contains musical scores copied out by hand for a variety of instruments. It is likely Hitchcock used these for the various musical partners with whom he played.

Published Music (sub-series B) contains sheet music collected, used, and enjoyed by Edward Hitchcock and his family. Some of the scored sheets have ownership signatures. The sub-series is arranged alphabetically by composer.

Related material:

Series 8 contains a group of photographs of Hitchcock with his cello.

Sub-series A: Manuscript Music



"Valse to Commander Meade" by John M. Loretz
n.d.

Box 19: folder 1
"Ami Polka" by Dodworth and "Le Pettit [sic] Tambour"
n.d.

Box 19: folder 2
"Polka" by John M. Loretz ("Arranged By P. Ali")
n.d.

Box 19: folder 3
"Valse" by John M. Loretz
n.d.

Box 19: folder 4
"Tuno di Garibaldi" (Verdi)
n.d.

Box 19: folder 5
"Slow March"
n.d.

Box 19: folder 6
"Polka, 'Gay Old Times'" by J[ohn] M. L[oretz]
n.d.

Box 19: folder 7
"Valse"
n.d.

Box 19: folder 8
"Le Pettit [sic] Tambour: Solo for Flute"
n.d.

Box 19: folder 9
"Meade's Adieu March"
n.d.

Box 19: folder 10
"Italy National," "Capt Meade's Mazurcha" by L. DePerini
n.d.

Box 19: folder 11
Minorca Waltz," "Ellen's Waltz," "Venetian Waltz," "Orfila Waltz
n.d.

Box 19: folder 12
Unidentified, 2 sheets
n.d.

Box 19: folder 13
Sub-series B: Published Music



Abt, Franz. Far O'er the Stars is Rest. Philadelphia: F.A. North & Co., 1871.
1871

Box OSB3: folder 1
Balfe, Michael William. The Day is Done. Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d., Cover only.
1876

Box OSB3: folder 2
Barnby, Joseph. "Sweet and Low" in Quartettes. New York: William A. Pond & Co., n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB3: folder 3
Beethoven, Ludwig van. Primrose Waltz. Boston: Oliver Ditson, n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB3: folder 4
Beethoven, Ludwig van . "Sonatine" in Beethoven's Sonatas, for Piano-Forte. Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB3: folder 5
Bonaldi, Fr. Six Complete and Progressive Studies for Vocalization. Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB3: folder 6
Buffinton, E.L. Te Deum in D. Boston: White, Smith & Perry, 1871.
1871

Box OSB3: folder 7
Cirillo, Vincenzo. Morning Song. [N.p.]: G.D. Russell & Co., 1876.
1876

Box OSB3: folder 2
Czerny, Carl. "Schule der Gelufigkeit: Vierzig Etuden fr Pianoforte. Heft I. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt & Co., n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB3: folder 8
Czerny, Ch. 30 nouvelles tudes de mcanisme pour piano. Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB3: folder 9
Diabelli, Antonio. "Sonata In D" in Sonatinas and Sonatas for Two Performers on the Piano. Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB3: folder 10
Dolores. "The Brook" in New and Beautiful Songs Composed by Various Authors, words by Tennyson. New York: F. Blume, n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB3: folder 11
Emmett, Daniel Decatur. I Wish I Was in Dixie's Land. New York: Firth, Pond & Co., 1860.
1860

Box OSB3: folder 12
Evans, George T. "Old Black Joe" in Arion Collection of Favorite Songs. San Francisco: M. Gray, 1873.
1873

Box OSB3: folder 13
Foote, Arthur. "I'm Wearing Awa' to the Land o' the Leal." in Songs. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt & Co., 1887.
1887

Box OSB3: folder 14
Foster, Stephen Collins. "Massa's in de Cold Ground." New York: Firth, Pond & Co., 1852.
1852

Box OSB3: folder 15
Gilbert, J.L. Bonnie Sweet Bessie, the Maid of Dundee. Boston: White, Smith & Company, 1875.
1875

Box OSB3: folder 16
Goltermann, George. Andante Religioso. Offenbach a. Main: Johann Andr, n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB3: folder 17
Haydn, Franz Joseph. The Creation. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1868.
1868

Box OSB3: folder 19
Haydn, Franz Joseph. "My Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair" in Gems from the German. Boston: Oliver Ditson, n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB3: folder 20
Hodges, Faustina Hasse. The Rose-Bush. New York: G. Schirmer, 1859.
1859

Box OSB4: folder 1
Hunt, G.W. "The Bold Fisherman."
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 2
Lange, Gustav. Happy Play Days, Op. 181. Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d..
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 3
Lassen, Eduard. Knig Oedipus von Sophocles. Leipzig: C. F. Leede, n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 4
Louis, N. The Home Medley. Cincinnati: W.C. Peters & Sons, 1859.
1859

Box OSB4: folder 5
Marzials, Theo. "Summer Shower" in Cluster of Songs by the Best Composers, 4th series. New York: S.T. Gordon & Son, n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 6
Mendelssohn, Felix. "O Great is the Depth" in Novello's Octavo Choruses. London & New York: Novello, Ewar and Co.,1892.
1892

Box OSB4: folder 7
Pease, Alfred H. "Break, Break, Break" in Compositions for the Piano Forte. Buffalo: Blodgett & Bradford, 1868
1868

Box OSB4: folder 8
Schubert, Franz. "Ave Maria, Hymne an die Jungfrau." in Germania; a collection of Favourite German Songs with English Words, Fourth Series. London: Augener & Co., n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 9
Schulhoff, Julius. "Minuet de Mozart" in Happy Hours, Choice Selections From Favorite Authors. Brooklyn, New York: Bunce & Benedict, n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 10
Siebert, William. "Land o' the Leal" in Beautiful Sounds, a Collection of Popular Songs. Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., 1867.
1867

Box OSB4: folder 11
Squire, William Henry. "L'Innocence" in Petits morceaux. New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 12
Squire, William Henry. "Joyeuse" in Petits morceaux. New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 13
Squire, William Henry. "Le Plaisir" in Petits morceaux. New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 14
Squire, William Henry. "Triste" in Petits morceaux. New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 15
Sullivan, Arthur. "Birds in the Night, a Lullaby" in Compositions of Arthur Sullivan. Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 16
Thomas, John Rogers. Fishes in the Sea (Song of the Flirt). New York: William A. Pond & Co., 1863.
1863

Box OSB4: folder 17
Tosti, Francesco Paolo. "Beauty's Eyes" in Miscellany of New and Favorite English Songs and Ballads. New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 18
Voss, Charles. March et Choeur des Soldats. G. A. & Co., n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB3: folder 18
Wagner, Richard. The Celebrated Introduction, Bridal March, and Chorus from Lohengrin. New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., n.d.
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 19
Weiss, Julius. "No. 12. Lied: Wie der Geyer das Fischlein fngt, Op. 116, No. 2" in 12 Easy Songs Without Words. New York: G. Schirmer, 1889.
1889

Box OSB4: folder 20
Whitman, I. H. "Ideal" in Matchless Gems, a Peerless Collection of the Most Beautiful Waltzes. Boston: Chas. D. Blake & Co., 1891.
1891

Box OSB4: folder 21
Series 8: EDWARD HITCHCOCK (AC 1849): IMAGES,
1862- ca. 1940's


Arrangement:

Divided into six sub-series: A: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849): Class Album Portraits [1862-1908], B: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849): Other Studio Portraits [1860- ca. 1910], C: Edward (AC 1849) and Mary Judson Hitchcock [1874-1893], D: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) with Cello [ca. 1900-1910], E: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) in Chapel [1905-1909], F: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849): General Images [ca. 1890-1909], G: Miscellaneous [ca. 1920s-1940s]

Scope and content:

Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849): Class Album Portraits (sub-series A) contains more than a dozen distinct images of Hitchcock and many albumen prints. Most of the portraits were taken for yearly Class Albums compiled for the students at Amherst College and for the Olio, the Amherst College yearbook. Sometimes the images were used for several years. All the images are of Hitchcock as an adult. The earliest, from 1862, was taken one year after Hitchcock returned to Amherst College to teach in 1861. Amherst College owns three formal portraits and a sculpture of Edward Hitchcock. One portrait hangs in the Alumni Gymnasium in the Founders Room. The photographs are arranged chronologically.

Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849): Other Studio Portraits(sub-series B) contains two tintypes from 1860, and ten studio portraits of Hitchcock, most taken between 1890 and 1910. Photographers include Pach Brothers, [Endeau] Studio, the Montague Studio, and G. Waldon Smith.

Edward (AC 1849) and Mary Judson Hitchcock (sub-series C) contains two photographs of Hitchcock and his wife, Mary Judson Hitchcock, one taken by the local Amherst photographer J. L. Lovell in 1874 and another portrait from 1893. The material is arranged chronologically.

Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) with Cello (sub-series D) contains images of Hitchcock with his cello. The most significant material is a series of photographs of Hitchcock in four different poses taken by F.S. and M.E. Allen, sister photographers from Deerfield, Massachusetts.

Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) in Chapel (sub-series E) contains images of Hitchcock in Johnson Chapel, arranged chronologically. Hitchcock is seen leading daily chapel and speaking to the students in chapel. One 1908 image shows Hitchcock standing on the steps of Johnson Chapel.

Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849): General Images (sub-series F) is a collection of images showing Hitchcock in a variety of settings. The sub-series is arranged chronologically and includes photographs of Hitchcock addressing students from a train car; at the College well; working at his desk; with a walking stick; in his study at his College Street home; at his 50th wedding anniversary party; at his [80th] birthday party; and one caricature, among other images.

Miscellaneous (sub-series G) contains the odds and ends. This sub-series contains one 1937 photograph of a wall of photographs of five generations of Edward Hitchcocks; a photograph of Hitchcock's College Street home [ca. 1940's?]; a cyanotype of a dog labeled "Prince" in Hitchcock's writing; and a portrait of Hitchcock's son Charles Nicholas Hitchcock, c. 1920s.

Related material:

For images of Mary Judson Hitchcock, see Series 9, sub-series C.

Sub-series A: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849): Class Album Portraits



Photograph (3 copies)
1862, 1863

Box 20: folder 1
Photograph
1863, 1864

Box 20: folder 2
Photograph (7 copies)
1865, 1866, 1868, 1869

Box 20: folder 3
Photograph (2 copies)
1867

Box 20: folder 4
Photograph (some are marked ca.1872) (5 copies)
1870

Box 20: folder 5
Photograph (2 copies)
1871

Box 20: folder 6
Photograph (5 copies)
1872

Box 20: folder 7
Photograph (2 copies)
1873

Box 20: folder 8
Photograph (11 copies)
1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878

Box 20: folder 9
Photograph
1879

Box 20: folder 10
Photograph (2 copies)
1880

Box 20: folder 11
Photograph (11 copies)
1881, 1882, 1883

Box 20: folder 12
Photograph (5 copies)
1885

Box 20: folder 13
Photograph
1886

Box 20: folder 14
Photograph (3 copies)
1889

Box 20: folder 15
Olio page (same image as previous folder) (9 copies)
1891

Box 20: folder 16
[Olio?] page (2 copies)
ca. 1895

Box 20: folder 17
Photograph and pages from the Olio and other publications (18 copies)
1904-1911

Box 20: folder 18
Olio dedication-frontispiece printing plate (same image as previous folder)
1908

Box 20: folder 19
Sub-series B: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849): Other Studio Portraits



Two tintypes
[ca. 1860]

Box 20: folder 20
Photographs by Pach Bros., 2 poses
[ca. 1890s?]

Box 20: folder 21
Photograph by Hearn (13 copies)
1894

Box 20: folder 22
Photograph by [Endeau] Studio (2 copies)
ca. 1895-1900

Box 20: folder 23
Photograph by The Montague Studio (5 copies)
[ca. 1900-1910]

Box 20: folder 24
Photograph by The Montague Studio
[ca. 1900-1910]

Box 20: folder 25
Photograph by The Montague Studio (4 copies)
[ca. 1900-1910]

Box 20: folder 26
Photograph by The Montague Studio (9 copies)
[ca. 1900-1910]

Box 20: folder 27
Photograph by The Montague Studio (2 copies)
[ca. 1900-1910]

Box 20: folder 28
Photograph by G. Walden Smith
[ca. 1905?]

Box 20: folder 29
Photograph by [?] (5 copies)
[ca. 1908]

Box 20: folder 30
Sub-series C: Edward (AC 1849) and Mary Judson Hitchcock



Photograph by Lovell
1874

Box 21: folder 1
Photograph (6 copies)
1893

Box 21: folder 2
Sub-series D: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) with Cello



Hitchcock with cello and pianist (3 copies)
[ca. 1900-10?]

Box 21: folder 3
Hitchcock with cello and pianist, 2 poses
[ca. 1900-10?]

Box 21: folder 4
Hitchcock with cello, pose 1, by F. S. & M. E. Allen (4 copies)
[ca. 1900-10?]

Box 21: folder 5
Hitchcock with cello, pose 2, by F. S. & M. E. Allen (3 copies)
[ca. 1900-10?]

Box 21: folder 6
Hitchcock with cello, pose 3, by F. S. & M. E. Allen
[ca. 1900-10?]

Box 21: folder 7
Hitchcock with cello, pose 4, by F. S. & M. E. Allen
[ca. 1900-10?]

Box 21: folder 8
Sub-series E: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) in Chapel



Leading chapel (16 copies)
[ca. 1905-09?]

Box 21: folder 9
Leading chapel (13 copies)
[ca. 1905-09?]

Box 21: folder 10
On steps of chapel (6 copies)
1908 Dec 22

Box 21: folder 11
Speaking in chapel
[1909 Jan]

Box 21: folder 12
Sub-series F: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849): General Images



[Meeting of Physical Education Group], Hitchcock seated 4th from right
[ca. 1890s?]

Box 21: folder 13
Trip to Brazil (7 images)
1892 Jun-Jul

Box 21: folder 14
Students on their way to the train to say goodbye; Hitchcock addressing crowd from train car steps, when students escorted him to train for trip to Mediterranean (France) (cyanotype)
[1898 Jan?]

Box 21: folder 15
Hitchcock at College Well, taken by Richard Byron Hussey (AC 1900)
[1898]

Box 21: folder 16
Hitchcock at desk in fez
[1899 Jan]

Box 21: folder 17
Hitchcock outdoors in summer (cyanotype)
[ca. 1890s-1910]

Box 21: folder 18
Hitchcock outdoors in snow (1 cyanotype, 2 silver gelatin prints)
[ca. 1890s-1910]

Box 21: folder 19
Hitchcock with horse and buggy (2 views)
[ca. 1890s-1910s]

Box 21: folder 20
Hitchcock and Mary Judson Hitchcock's 50th wedding anniversary
[1903 Nov]

Box 21: folder 21
Hitchcock with plant collecting box and walking stick (2 views)
[1904 Jun 6?]

Box 21: folder 22
Hitchcock with walking stick in front of large stone house
1904 Jun 6

Box 21: folder 23
Hitchcock outdoors with crowd of men [near playing field?]
[ca. 1905?]

Box 21: folder 24
Hitchcock in front of his College Street home
ca. 1906

Box 21: folder 25
Caricature of "Old Doc" speaking at alumni dinner by Hayden Jones, The Boston Herald (original filed in OSB5, folder 18)
1906 Feb 6

Box 21: folder 26
Hitchcock in fez, 2 poses, and cover image of Outlook, May 1907
1907 Apr 27

Box 21: folder 27
Hitchcock's 79th or 80th birthday party
[ca. 1907-08]

Box 21: folder 28
Hitchcock in front of building
[ca. 1909]

Box 21: folder 29
Sub-series G: Miscellaneous



"Home: Photographs of Five Generations of Edward Hitchcocks"
1937 Dec

Box 21: folder 30
Exterior view of 12 College Street, home of Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock from 1863 to1918
[ca. 1940s?]

Box 21: folder 31
Dog [hound?] labeled "Prince" (cyanotype)
n.d.

Box 21: folder 32
Hitchcock, Charles Nicholas (son of Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock)
c. 1920s

Box 21: folder 33



Note:

"Ladies of the Class of 1878" (includes Edward 1849 and Mary Judson Hitchcock and seven of their daughters).
See: Photograph Collection, Series 2: Class of 1878

Series 9: MARY JUDSON HITCHCOCK: PERSONAL AFFAIRS,
1821-1918


Arrangement:

Divided into three sub-series: A: General [1821-1918], B: Legal Records [1858-1875], C: Images [1893-1894]

Scope and content:

General (sub-series A) contains a miscellaneous assortment of items related to Mary Judson Hitchcock, including calling cards; a fragment of her wedding dress; a poem written by her daughter Jane Elizabeth; her National Geographic Society membership certificate; and an obituary. The materials are arranged chronologically.

Legal Records (sub-series B) contains several deeds, including an 1862 quitclaim deed and an 1875 warranty deed for land in Amherst. In both cases the land is being sold to Mary Judson Hitchcock from College Treasurer Edward Dickinson's family. The poet, Emily Dickinson, Edward Dickinson's daughter, signed both documents as a witness. There is also one deed for land being sold by Mary Judson Hitchcock.

Images (sub-series C) contains two photographic portraits of Mary Judson Hitchcock, one from 1893, and one by Katherine McClellan from 1894.

Related material:

See Series 8, sub-series C for images of Mary Judson Hitchcock with Edward Hitchcock. See Series 5, sub-series C, for a diary kept by Mary Judson Hitchcock during her 1892 trip to Brazil with Edward Hitchcock and their daughter Lucy.

Sub-series A: General



Calling cards
n.d.

Box 22: folder 1
Fragment of Mary Judson Hitchcock's wedding dress
1853 Nov

Box 22: folder 2
Poem from daughter, Jane Elizabeth, on Mary Judson Hitchcock's 55th birthday
1886 Mar

Box 22: folder 3
National Geographic Society membership
1912 Mar 13

Box 22: folder 4
Obituary
1918 Sep 11

Box 22: folder 5
Sub-series B: Legal Records



Deeds, quitclaim and warranty, for property
1858, 1862,

Box OSB5: folder 11
purchased by Mary Judson Hitchcock (the 1862 and 1875 deeds include Emily Dickinson's signature)
1875

Box OSB5: folder 11
Deed, warranty, for property sold by Mary Judson Hitchcock
1861

Box OSB5: folder 12
Note:
Sub-series C: Images



Portrait
1893

Box 22: folder 6
Portrait by Katherine McClellan
1894

Box 22: folder 7
Series 10: MARY JUDSON HITCHCOCK: CORRESPONDENCE,
1848-1915


Arrangement:

Divided into two sub-series: A: Incoming Correspondence [1848-1915], arranged alphabetically by sender, and B: Outgoing Correspondence [1898-1913], arranged alphabetically by addressee

Scope and content:

Incoming correspondence (sub-series A) contains letters written to Mary Judson Hitchcock by members of her immediate and extended family as well as by the Amherst College community and alumni. This sub-series documents Mrs. Hitchcock's active family life and the ongoing correspondence she kept with family members who lived out of the area. There is extensive correspondence with her sons John (AC 1889) and Albert; daughters, Caroline, Jane Elizabeth and Lucy; her brother Lewis, and her daughters-in-law. There is one 1852 letter from Edward Hitchcock written to Mary Judson Hitchcock while courting; numerous letters to her while Edward Hitchcock was on a study trip in Paris and London in 1860; and an odd letter or two written while Edward Hitchcock or Mary Judson Hitchcock was away from home. The sub-series also includes letters of regard and best wishes from alumni who remembered her husband fondly.

Outgoing correspondence (sub-series B) contains one item written to Mary Judson Hitchcock's sister-in-law Emily Hitchcock and references to correspondence in other series in the Papers.

Related material:

See Series 5, sub-series B, for an 1872 scrapbook with letters written by Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) to Mary Judson Hitchcock while he was on a trip around the world, as well as letters to him from his wife and the children.

Sub-series A: Incoming Correspondence



Amherst College, 4 receipts and 1 letter
1911, 1915

Box 22: folder 8
Amherst College Class of 1865, signed, B[enjamin]. K[endall]. Emerson (AC 1865), Secretary
1915 Jun 30

Box 22: folder 9
Amherst College Class of 1878, 12 signatures of Class members: James Edward Plimpton; Thomas Legate Fisher; Lamson Allen (AC 1879); Ezra Allen Slack; Alden Perley White; Edward Hitchcock Jr.; Arthur Holbrook Wellman; Edward Newell Kingsbury; Stephen Allison Norton; Alaric Stone; Walter Bemis Mossman; Frank Waterman Stearns
1915 Jun 17

Box 22: folder 10
Amherst College Class of 1879, signed, J[ohn]. F[ranklin]. Jameson (AC 1879)
1914 Jul 2

Box 22: folder 11
Barrows, Charlotte M. (second wife of Charles H. Hitchcock, AC 1856)
1894 Sep 5

Box 22: folder 12
Barrows, Martha B. (first wife of Charles H. Hitchcock, AC 1856)
1866 Dec 12

Box 22: folder 13
Blackman, Benjamin
1905 Sep 12

Box 22: folder 14
Blaisdell, Clara
1894 Aug 31

Box 22: folder 15
Brewster, Mary M.
[1895]

Box 22: folder 16
Bryan, Elizabeth C.
[1894]

Box 22: folder 17
Bryan, Mary W. (daughter-in-law) (10 letters)
1894-1896, [1897], 1899

Box 22: folder 18
Dickinson, Lavinia
1893 Jan 31

Box 22: folder 19
Field, Ellen C.
1895 Aug 6, 20

Box 22: folder 20
Franklin Trust Company
1892 Aug 20

Box 22: folder 21
Fuertes, Mary P.
1903 Nov 22

Box 22: folder 22
Fuertes, Sarah D. (daughter-in-law) (7 letters)
1891-1893

Box 22: folder 23
Fuertes, Sarah D. (daughter-in-law) (10 letters)
1895-1896, 1904, n.d.

Box 22: folder 24
Goodnow, Carrie (daughter-in-law) (9 letters)
1894-1895

Box 22: folder 25
Hitchcock, Albert W. (son) (5 letters)
1893

Box 23: folder 1
Hitchcock, Albert W. (son) (26 letters)
1894, n.d.

Box 23: folder 2
Hitchcock, Albert W. (son) (21 letters)
1895

Box 23: folder 3
Hitchcock, Albert W. (son) (21 letters)
1896

Box 23: folder 4
Hitchcock, Albert W. (son) (15 letters)
1897

Box 23: folder 5
Hitchcock, Albert W. (son) (6 letters, 1 is a partial copy)
1898

Box 23: folder 6
Hitchcock, Albert W. (son) (15 letters)
1900-1901, 1907

Box 23: folder 7
Hitchcock, Caroline J. (daughter) (20 letters)
1891-1894

Box 23: folder 8
Hitchcock, Caroline J. (daughter) (24 letters)
1895-1896

Box 23: folder 9
Hitchcock, Caroline J. (daughter) (8 letters)
1897

Box 23: folder 10
Hitchcock, Carrie Goodnow


Box 23: folder 10
Note:
Hitchcock, Catharine (sister-in-law)
1894 Mar 9, Oct 2

Box 23: folder 11
Hitchcock, Charles H. (AC 1856) (brother-in-law) (9 letters)
1894, 1914

Box 23: folder 12
Hitchcock, Charles N. (son) (7 letters)
1869, 1893, 1895-1896

Box 23: folder 13
Hitchcock, Charlotte Barrows


Box 23: folder 13
Note:
Hitchcock children and other family members


Box 23: folder 13
Note:
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1849) (husband) (with partial transcription)
1852 Oct 10

Box 23: folder 14
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1849) (husband) (22 letters)
1860, 1863, 1894, 1895

Box 23: folder 15
Hitchcock, Edward N. (AC 1878) (son) (19 letters)
1866, 1868, 1872, 1891-1897, n.d.

Box 23: folder 16
Hitchcock, Edward B. (grandson)
n.d.

Box 23: folder 17
Hitchcock, Emily (sister-in-law)
1872 Oct 27

Box 23: folder 18
Hitchcock, Jane Elizabeth (sister-in-law)
[1854]

Box 23: folder 19
Hitchcock, Jane Elizabeth (daughter) (26 letters)
1884, 1891-1894

Box 24: folder 1
Hitchcock, Jane Elizabeth (daughter) (18 letters)
1895

Box 24: folder 2
Hitchcock, Jane Elizabeth (daughter) (15 letters)
1896

Box 24: folder 3
Hitchcock, Jane Elizabeth (daughter) (12 letters)
1897, 1916

Box 24: folder 4
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (son) (10 letters)
1890-1892

Box 24: folder 5
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (son) (23 letters)
1893-1896, n.d.

Box 24: folder 6
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (son) (4 letters)
1897-1898

Box 24: folder 7
Hitchcock, Katherine (granddaughter) (4 letters)
1897, 1899

Box 24: folder 8
Hitchcock, Lucy C. (daughter) (8 letters)
1884, 1891-1892

Box 24: folder 9
Hitchcock, Lucy C. (daughter) (16 letters)
1893

Box 24: folder 10
Hitchcock, Lucy C. (daughter) (20 letters)
1894

Box 24: folder 11
Hitchcock, Lucy C. (daughter) (14 letters)
1895, n.d.

Box 24: folder 12
Hitchcock, Lucy C. (daughter) (11 letters)
1896-1897

Box 24: folder 13
Hitchcock, Margaret (granddaughter)
1907, 1910, n.d.

Box 24: folder 14
Hitchcock, Maria P.
1893 Feb 27

Box 24: folder 15
Hitchcock, Martha B. Barrows


Box 24: folder 15
Note:
Hitchcock, Mary (sister-in-law)
1856

Box 24: folder 16
Hitchcock, Mary W. Bryan


Box 24: folder 16
Note:
Hitchcock, Sarah Fuertes


Box 24: folder 16
Note:
Howe, Mary
1905 Feb 23

Box 24: folder 17
Judson, Cannie (sister)
1851-1860

Box 25: folder 1
Judson, Charles (brother) (11 letters)
1875, 1890, 1894, 1897, 1907-1908, n.d.

Box 25: folder 2
Judson, David (father)
1853 Jul 31

Box 25: folder 3
Judson, David (cousin) (4 letters)
1888-1889

Box 25: folder 4
Judson, Edna (niece)
1894 Feb 26

Box 25: folder 5
Judson, Emily (cousin)
1854, [1895 Mar 15]

Box 25: folder 6
Judson, Frederick (uncle)
1848 June 24

Box 25: folder 7
Judson, [George] (cousin)
1903 Nov [27]

Box 25: folder 8
Judson, Isaac (uncle) (7 letters)
1848, 1851, 1853, 1859, 1886, n.d.

Box 25: folder 9
Judson, John (cousin)
1898 Sep 4, 1914 Dec 27

Box 25: folder 10
Judson, Lewis (brother) (45 letters)
1864, 1886, 1892-1897, 1899-1900, 1902, 1904-1907, 1909

Box 25: folder 11
Judson, Linda B. (sister-in-law)
1894 Apr 24

Box 25: folder 12
Judson, Phebe Lewis

Box 25: folder 12
Note:
Lewis, Phebe (mother) (4 letters)
1860-[1862], 1873, n.d.

Box 25: folder 13
Lyle, John S., (with newspaper clippings, 1912)
1902 Jul 10

Box 25: folder 14
Mount Holyoke College (2 letters, 1 newspaper clipping)
1912-1913

Box 25: folder 15
Neill, Mrs. Heman Humphrey, calling card
n.d.

Box 25: folder 16
Plumb, [Horace?] S.
1853 Aug 11

Box 25: folder 17
Poem, "Where the berries grow..."
1878 Jul

Box 25: folder 18
Pratt, Charles M. (AC 1879)
1896, 1910,

Box 25: folder 19
(4 letters)
1912, 1913

Box 25: folder 19
Pratt, Mary S. (9 letters)
1895-1897, 1910

Box 25: folder 20
Putnam, Jane Elizabeth


Box 25: folder 20
Note:
Society of Directors of Physical Education in Colleges, signed Paul C. Phillips (AC 1888)
1913 Jan 5

Box 25: folder 21
Storrs, Catharine Hitchcock


Box 25: folder 21
Note:
Storrs, Henry M. (AC 1846) (brother-in-law)
1894 Jul 10

Box 25: folder 22
Terry, Emily Hitchcock


Box 25: folder 22
Note:
Tyler, John M. (AC 1873) (7 letters, 1 loose envelope)
1910 Apr-Aug

Box 25: folder 23
Unidentified (2 letters)
1851 Nov 12, 1852 Dec 10

Box 25: folder 24
6 envelopes
n.d.

Box 25: folder 25
Sub-series B: Outgoing Correspondence



Children (photocopy; original in Series 3: Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849): Personal Correspondence, Sub-series B: Outgoing Correspondence, Box 9, Folder 35)
1898 Jun 27

Box 25: folder 26
Hitchcock, Emily (sister-in-law)
1913 Aug 7

Box 25: folder 27
Note: Note:
Terry, Emily Hitchcock


Box 25: folder 27
Note:
Series 11: HITCHCOCK FAMILY GENEALOGICAL MATERIALS,
1893-1905


Contains a small amount of material relating to the family genealogy compiled by Mary Judson Hitchcock and published in 1894 as The Genealogy of the Hitchcock Family Who Are Descended from Matthias Hitchcock of East Haven, Conn., and Luke Hitchcock of Wethersfield Conn. The series includes two letters to Mary Judson Hitchcock; the publisher's circular; and a manuscript copy of the circular.

Correspondence to Mary Judson Hitchcock regarding family history
1895 Apr, 1905 Jul

Box 25: folder 28
Family history notes, newspaper clipping
n.d.

Box 25: folder 29
The Genealogy of the Hitchcock Family Who Are Descended from Matthias Hitchcock of East Haven, Conn., and Luke Hitchcock of Wethersfield Conn.; publisher's circular and manuscript copy, printed coat of arms
1893

Box 25: folder 30
Series 12: EDWARD (AC 1878) HITCHCOCK FAMILY,
1854-1940


Arrangement:

Divided into four sub-series: A: Personal Affairs [1882-1937], B: Incoming Correspondence [1854-1898], arranged alphabetically by sender, C: Outgoing Correspondence [1903-1908], arranged alphabetically by addressee, D: Edward Bering Hitchcock (son) [1925-1937]

Scope and content:

This series contains the small amount of material that survives from Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock's oldest son Edward, Amherst Class of 1878, and his two wives and son, Edward Bering Hitchcock. Hitchcock (AC 1878) served as professor of hygiene and physical culture at Cornell from 1884 until 1904. From there he went to the [Massachusetts] State Board of Charity until 1924. He married Ida Bering in 1882. After Ida died in 1884 he married Sarah Fuertes in 1888. He died on December 24, 1925.

Personal Affairs (sub-series A) contains a typescript of an article about Hitchcock's wedding to Ida Bering in 1882 and a 30th birthday poem.

Incoming Correspondence (sub-series B) contains a total of 5 letters to Hitchcock: from his father, Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849); two aunts; Amherst College President Merrill Gates; and an R. Ludden.

Outgoing Correspondence (sub-series C) includes one letter to Hitchcock's second wife Sarah and one to Dr. Joshua Lewis from the [Massachusetts] State Board of Charity.

Edward Bering Hitchcock (son, b. 1884) (sub-series D) is a miscellaneous assortment of materials relating to son Edward Bering, including a recital series flyer; a transcript of a letter from his aunt Caroline Hitchcock; 1929 Christmas greetings; correspondence with Senator William B. McKinley and William Ladd; and correspondence between Frederic Torrey and Ladd about translating into Japanese.

Sub-series A: Personal Affairs



Bering, Ida (first wife of Edward Hitchcock, AC 1878), wedding, typescript of newspaper story
1882 Dec 27

Box 25: folder 31
30th birthday poem
1884 Sep 1

Box 25: folder 32
"Home: Photographs of Five Generations of Edward Hitchcocks," (photocopy), original filed in Series 8: Images, Sub-series F: Edward Hitchcock, Miscellaneous Images, Box 21, Folder 30
1937 Dec

Box 25: folder 33
Sub-series B: Incoming Correspondence



Gates, Merrill E. (Amherst College President)
1892 Mar 18

Box 25: folder 34
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1849) (father)
1898 Nov 20

Box 25: folder 35
Hitchcock, Emily (aunt)
[1854]

Box 25: folder 36
Judson, Cannie (aunt)
1860 Mar 18

Box 25: folder 37
Ludden, R.
1860 Dec 31

Box 25: folder 38
Terry, Emily Hitchcock


Box 25: folder 38
Note:
Sub-series C: Outgoing Correspondence



Fuertes, Sarah (second wife of Edward Hitchcock, AC 1878)
1903 Nov 13

Box 25: folder 39
Lewis, Dr. Joshua F., Superintendent of Adult Poor, State Board of Charity, Boston
1908 Apr 1

Box 25: folder 40
Hitchcock, Sarah Fuertes


Box 25: folder 40
Note:
Sub-series D: Edward Bering Hitchcock (son)



"Home: Photographs of Five Generations of Edward Hitchcocks," (photocopy), original filed in Series 8: Images, Sub-series F: Edward Hitchcock, Miscellaneous Images, Box 21, Folder 30
1937 Dec

Box 25: folder 41
Recital series, advertising flyer [attributes]
n.d.

Box 25: folder 42
Hitchcock, Caroline, photocopy of a typed transcription of her note to Edward Bering Hitchcock, with an annotated note by his son, Edward Bering Hitchcock (AC 1949), re: Hitchcock family trips to Deerfield
1940 Mar 26

Box 25: folder 43
McKinley, William B. (Senator) (photocopy)
1925 Nov 16

Box 25: folder 44
Christmas greetings to the Hitchcocks
1929

Box 25: folder 45
Correspondence to William Ladd, re: translating into Japanese
1929 Nov 26

Box 25: folder 46
Correspondence from Frederic C. Torrey to William Ladd, re: translation
1929 Apr

Box 25: folder 47
Series 13: CAROLINE J. HITCHCOCK,
1874-1934


Arrangement:

Divided into two sub-series: A: Personal Affairs [1878-1897], and B: Incoming Correspondence [1874-1934], arranged alphabetically by sender

Scope and content:

Caroline J. Hitchcock, known as Cannie, was Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock's oldest daughter. She attended Mount Holyoke College and was a teacher by profession. She lived in Meriden, Connecticut.

Personal Affairs (sub-series A) contains miscellaneous materials relating to Caroline, including a 40th birthday tribute; two speeches about organizing schools; an 1878 tintype of Caroline with A.G. Young and Miss Beaman in a chemistry laboratory (identified as Amherst College); and 11 cyanotypes of a trip to Virginia Beach.

Incoming Correspondence (sub-series B) contains extensive correspondence from members of Caroline's family including her father and mother, Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock; her sister-in-law Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock; her sisters, Lucy and Jane Elizabeth; and her brother John S. (AC 1889). The family letters are full of news of the family, reports on everyone's health, and news of the College and town. There are a few letters from Amherst College community members and one from Mount Holyoke College.

Sub-series A: Personal Affairs



Tributes - 40th birthday
1897 Sep 8

Box 26: folder 1
"How Efficiency May be Secured in Ungraded Schools," speech
n.d.

Box 26: folder 2
["The Organization of Country Schools"], speech
n.d.

Box 26: folder 3
Hitchcock, Caroline, A.G. Young and Miss Beaman in chemistry laboratory (identified as Amherst College), tintype
1878

Box 26: folder 4
Virginia Beach trip (11 cyanotypes)
n.d.

Box 26: folder 5
Sub-series B: Incoming Correspondence



Unidentified
1929 Feb 19, Apr 15

Box 26: folder 6
[?], Ted
n.d.

Box 26: folder 7
Bryan, Mary W. (sister-in-law) (9 letters)
1898-1899, 1920, 1928

Box 26: folder 8
Bryan, Mary W. (sister-in-law) (3 letters)
1929 Jan- Mar

Box 26: folder 9
Bryan, Mary W. (sister-in-law) (10 letters)
1929 Apr-Dec

Box 26: folder 10
Bryan, Mary W. (sister-in-law) (10 letters)
1930

Box 26: folder 11
Bryan, Mary W. (sister-in-law) (10 letters)
1931, 1933-1934

Box 26: folder 12
Bryan, Mary W. (sister-in-law) (14 letters)
n.d.

Box 26: folder 13
Hitchcock, Albert (brother) (12 letters)
1896, 1898, 1900

Box 26: folder 14
Hitchcock, Charles N. (brother)
1874, n.d.

Box 26: folder 15
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1849) (father) (30 letters; most from 1898-1900, includes some transcripts)
1874, 1876, 1883, 1887, 1892, 1895, 1898, 1901

Box 26: folder 16
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1878) (brother)
1921 Feb 14

Box 26: folder 17
Hitchcock, Jane Elizabeth (sister) (19 letters)
1889, 1896,1899, 1918, 1926, 1927, n.d.

Box 26: folder 18
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (brother) (17 letters)
1919-1920, n.d.

Box 26: folder 19
Hitchcock, Lucy C. (sister) (10 letters)
1887, 1895, 1897-1898

Box 26: folder 20
Hitchcock, Lucy C. (sister) (13 letters)
1899

Box 26: folder 21
Hitchcock, Lucy C. (sister) (11 letters)
1900, 1901, 1920, 1921

Box 26: folder 22
Hitchcock, Margaret, signed "Peg" (niece)
1933, 1934

Box 26: folder 23
Hitchcock, Mary Judson


Box 26: folder 23
Note:
Hitchcock, Mary W. Bryan


Box 26: folder 23
Note:
Judson, Mary L. (mother) (26 letters)
1874, 1875, 1884, 1885, 1894, 1898-1901

Box 26: folder 24
Ladd, William M.
1929 Dec 6

Box 26: folder 25
Morris, R. T.
1923, 1925

Box 26: folder 26
Mossman, H. G.
1927 Jan 20

Box 26: folder 27
Mount Holyoke College
1934 Feb 21

Box 26: folder 28
Tyler, William S. (AC 1830)
1888 Jul 4

Box 26: folder 29
Willard, M.
1897 Mar 8

Box 26: folder 30
Note:

See also: Postcard and letter to Margaret R. Hitchcock, April 24, 1934, filed in Margaret Hitchcock Emerson Papers

Series 14: LUCY C. HITCHCOCK,
1874-1938


Arrangement:

Divided into five sub-series: A: Personal Affairs [1888-1938], B: Artwork [1887-1928], C: Incoming Correspondence [1874-1934], arranged alphabetically by sender, D: Outgoing Correspondence [n.d.], arranged alphabetically by addressee, E: Images [n.d.]

Scope and content:

Lucy C. Hitchcock, sometimes called Lu, was Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock's second daughter. Like her grandmother Orra White Hitchcock, Lucy was an artist. In 1892 she traveled with her father and mother to Brazil. Lucy lived with her sister Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock in a home on Willow Street in Brooklyn, New York, from 1923-1928.

Personal Affairs (sub-series A) contains a range of materials kept by Lucy, arranged chronologically by type. It includes a diary of the trip she took with her father and mother to Brazil in 1892; several diaries for the period 1930-38; a letter of reference from Amherst College President Julius Hawley Seelye; and a poem about "Was-a-barn" in Amherst.

Artwork (sub-series B) contains several watercolor works depicting seascapes, Florida scenes, and the Brooklyn home she shared with her sister. There are two bookplates she created, one for the Pettis' and one for Charles M. Pratt (AC 1879), and a drawing of "Was-a barn" in Amherst.

Incoming Correspondence (sub-series C) contains correspondence from Lucy's immediate family members, including several from her father and mother, Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock; sisters, Caroline and Jane Elizabeth; brothers Albert and John (AC 1878); and her extended family. There are also individual letters from members and alumni of the Amherst College community.

Outgoing Correspondence (sub-series D) contains a single letter, from Lucy Hitchcock to William Bigelow, making her father's cello a gift to Amherst College.

Images (sub-series E) contains two portraits of Lucy as a young girl and four undated photographs of 8 or 9 young girls including Lucy, her sister Jane Elizabeth, and Anna and Bessie Seelye, daughters of Hitchcock's classmate and Amherst President Julius Hawley Seelye (AC 1849).

Related material:

See Series 5, sub-series C, for Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock's diary of the trip to Brazil.

Sub-series A: Personal Affairs



Letter of reference from Julius Hawley Seelye (Amherst College President)
1888 Apr 25

Box 27: folder 1
Diary of trip to Brazil, bound volume
1892 Jun-Jul

Box 27: folder 2
Poem, "Was-a-barn" by A. P. Marr, with typescript description [by Lucy] of the new carriage house called "Was-a-barn"
1921 May, n.d.

Box 27: folder 3
Five-year diary
1930-1934 (gaps)

Box 27: folder 4
Five-year diary, mostly blank after 1937
1935-1938

Box 27: folder 5
Sub-series B: Artwork



Watercolor seascape
n.d.

Box 27: folder 6
Pencil drawing of [Helen Hunt] Jackson House (foreground), in Amherst looking north
n.d.

Box 27: folder 7
Watercolors of Florida scenes and other water views (5 paintings)
1887, n.d.

Box 27: folder 8
Bookplate for Frank B. and Carrie E. Pettis
1928

Box 27: folder 9
Bookplate for Charles M. Pratt (AC 1879)
1928

Box 27: folder 10
Drawing of breakfast room at 71 Willow Street, Brooklyn, home of Lucy and Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock, 1923-1928, with watercolor (3 items)
n.d.

Box 27: folder 11
Pencil, pen and ink drawing with ink wash of "Was-a-barn," in Amherst
n.d.

Box 27: folder 12
Sub-series C: Incoming Correspondence



Bigelow, William P. (AC 1889)
[1911]

Box 27: folder 13
Bliss, Howard (AC 1882)
1917

Box 27: folder 14
Bryan, Mary W. (sister-in-law) (3 letters)
1898, 1934, n.d.

Box 27: folder 15
Erskine, John (AC Honorary 1923)
1911 Oct 26, Nov 20

Box 27: folder 16
French, Paul
1922 Oct 5

Box 27: folder 17
Harris, George (AC 1866)
[?] Mar 16

Box 27: folder 18
Hitchcock, Albert W. (brother) (6 letters)
1883, 1893-1896

Box 27: folder 19
Hitchcock, Caroline J. (sister)
1896 Oct 11

Box 27: folder 20
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1849) (father) (7 letters)
1885, 1888, 1889, 1895, 1898

Box 27: folder 21
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1878) (brother)
[1925] Nov 5

Box 27: folder 22
Hitchcock, Jane Elizabeth (sister) (2 letters)
[1888], 1892

Box 27: folder 23
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1878) (brother) (2 letters)
1889 Feb 17, 1919 Sep 16

Box 27: folder 24
Hitchcock, John (AC 1926) (nephew)
[1934 Jul 20]

Box 27: folder 25
Hitchcock, Mary Judson


Box 27: folder 25
Note:
Hitchcock, Mary W. Bryan


Box 27: folder 25
Note:
Judson, Mary L. (mother) (3 letters)
1894, 1913, n.d.

Box 27: folder 26
Judson, Alma (cousin)
1895 Apr 14

Box 27: folder 27
Judson, Charles (uncle)
1911 Dec 21

Box 27: folder 28
Judson, Hallie (aunt)
1918 Sep 6

Box 27: folder 29
Judson, John N. (cousin)
1895 Feb 19

Box 27: folder 30
Judson, Phebe Lewis


Box 27: folder 30
Note:
Lewis, Phebe (grandmother)
1874 Jun 3

Box 27: folder 31
Neill, H. Humphrey (AC 1866)
1903 Apr 25

Box 27: folder 32
Noble, Everett (photocopy, original filed in this sub-series under French, Box 27, Folder 17)
1922 Oct 5

Box 27: folder 33
Pratt, Charles M. (AC 1879) (3 letters)
1910, 1918

Box 27: folder 34
Pratt, Mary S.
1919 Dec 29

Box 27: folder 35
Seelye, Anna Hawley
1926, 1927

Box 27: folder 36
Smith, Henry Preserved (AC 1869)
1906 Jul 6

Box 27: folder 37
Tyler, John M. (AC 1873)
1926 Jan 9

Box 27: folder 38
Sub-series D: Outgoing Correspondence



Bigelow, Professor William P. (AC 1889), re: gift of her father's cello to the College
n.d.

Box 27: folder 39
Sub-series E: Images



2 Portraits
n.d.

Box 27: folder 40
Seated group of eight girls, including Anna Seelye, Bessie Seelye, Lucy C. Hitchcock and Jane Elizabeth (Bessie) Hitchcock
n.d.

Box 27: folder 41
Posed group of nine girls, including Anna Seelye, Bessie Seelye, Lucy C. Hitchcock and Jane Elizabeth (Bessie) Hitchcock
n.d.

Box 27: folder 42
Posed group of nine girls, including Anna Seelye, Bessie Seelye, Lucy C. Hitchcock and Jane Elizabeth (Bessie) Hitchcock
n.d.

Box 27: folder 43
Posed group of eight girls in winter coats, including Anna Seelye, Bessie Seelye, Lucy C. Hitchcock and Jane Elizabeth (Bessie) Hitchcock
n.d.

Box 27: folder 44
Series 15: JANE ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK,
1882-1932


Arrangement:

Divided into four sub-series: A: Personal Affairs [1882-1913], B: Professional Activities [1905-1931], C: Incoming Correspondence [1892-1932], arranged alphabetically by sender, D: Images [n.d.]

Scope and content:

Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock, known as Bess or Bessie, was Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock's third daughter. She was a nurse active in the turn of the century settlement movement at the Henry Street Settlement in New York City and in public health nursing. Jane Elizabeth lived with her sister Lucy Hitchcock in a home on Willow Street in Brooklyn, New York, from 1923-1928.

Personal Affairs (sub-series A) contains a series of "family stories" by Jane Elizabeth about her siblings, family home and holidays. There is also one tribute to Jane Elizabeth, a poem written by Warren [Eberle] welcoming Jane Elizabeth home from a trip to the west.

Professional Activities (sub-series B) contains information about public health nursing; a manuscript of [a speech about?] "Therapeutic Uses of Olive Oil"; several articles in the Settlement Journal, the publication of the Henry Street Settlement, written by Jane Elizabeth; and information about her public health nursing lecture series schedule.

Incoming Correspondence (sub-series C) contains correspondence from Jane Elizabeth's immediate family members, including several letters from her father and mother, Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock; her sisters, Lucy and Caroline; and brothers, Albert, Edward (AC 1878), and John (AC 1889). There are also individual letters from members and alumni of the Amherst College community; her friend Anna Seelye; and a few pieces of professional correspondence. There is one 1925 letter from Grace Coolidge (through her secretary), wife of U.S. President Calvin Coolidge (AC 1895) .

Images (sub-series D) contains one folder of photographs of Jane Elizabeth, including pictures of Jane as a child, a young woman, and a mature woman.

Sub-series A: Personal Affairs



Family stories, re: Albert in Sunday School
n.d.

Box 28: folder 1
Family stories, "John and Albert"
n.d.

Box 28: folder 2
Family stories, "Our Attic"
1882 Dec 16

Box 28: folder 3
Family stories, "Thanksgiving 1882"
ca. 1882 Dec

Box 28: folder 4
Poem, "Who's Who?" by Warren C. [Eberle?], a tribute to Jane Elizabeth
1913

Box 28: folder 5
Sub-series B: Professional Activities



["Therapeutic Uses of Olive Oil"]
n.d.

Box 28: folder 6
"Settlement Nursing," The Settlement Journal, vol. I, no. 6
1905 Jan-Feb

Box 28: folder 7
"265 Henry Street, Basement, Front, A Reminiscence," The Settlement Journal, vol. II, no. 6
1906 Nov

Box 28: folder 8
Public Health Nursing schedule, correspondence and newspaper clippings
1922, 1925, 1931

Box 28: folder 9
Offprint, "Public Heath Nursing Pioneer," by Joellen Hawkins and John Watson, Public Health Nursing, vol. 20, no. 3
2003 May/Jun

Box 28: folder 9a
Sub-series C: Incoming Correspondence



Bryan, Mary W. (sister-in-law) (12 letters)
1893, 1895, 1898, 1930-1931, 1932, [?] Oct 11, n.d.

Box 28: folder 10
Coolidge, Mrs. Calvin (wife of Calvin Coolidge AC 1895, through secretary)
1925 Dec 28

Box 28: folder 11
Denison, J. H.
1926 Jun 11

Box 28: folder 12
Dock, [Miss] L. L.
1925 Sep 27

Box 28: folder 13
Henry Street Settlement (5 letters)
1899, 1914, 1923, 1928, 1930

Box 28: folder 14
Hitchcock, Albert W. (brother) (4 letters)
[1894], 1898

Box 28: folder 15
Hitchcock, Caroline J. (sister) (8 letters)
1885, 1894-1895, [1896], [1903], 1923

Box 28: folder 16
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1849) (father) (6 letters)
1893, 1896, 1903, 1904

Box 28: folder 17
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1878) (brother) (4 letters)
1904, 1918

Box 28: folder 18
Hitchcock, Jane Elizabeth (aunt)
1892 Apr 21

Box 28: folder 19
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (brother)
1898 Aug 20

Box 28: folder 20
Hitchcock, Lucy C. (sister) (15 letters; most from [1896] and [1903])
1893-1896, 1898, 1903, [1896], [1903], n.d.

Box 28: folder 21
Hitchcock, Martha (cousin)
1895 Aug 16

Box 28: folder 22
Hitchcock, Mary Judson


Box 28: folder 22
Note:
Hitchcock, Mary W. Bryan


Box 28: folder 22
Note:
Hitchcock family history, correspondence regarding
1921

Box 28: folder 23
Judson, Alma (cousin)
[1895]

Box 28: folder 24
Judson, Mary L. (mother) (15 letters)
1893-1896, 1899, 1904, 1909, 1914-1915

Box 28: folder 25
Laidlaw, George
1924 Mar 15

Box 28: folder 26
Lathrop, John H.
1927 Jan 4, 1928 Feb 11

Box 28: folder 27
Mangigian, George, a patient
1894 Dec 22

Box 28: folder 28
Maxwell, Anna C.
1922 Feb 4, 17

Box 28: folder 29
Milgram, Bertha
1929 Oct 18

Box 28: folder 30
Milgram, Nathaniel
1929 Sep 18

Box 28: folder 31
Morganthau, Henry
1927 Jan 27

Box 28: folder 32
National Consumers' League
1923 Mar 26

Box 28: folder 33
The Newton Hospital
1895 Jul

Box 28: folder 34
Olds, George D. (Amherst College President)
1923 Jun 23, 1924 Dec 6

Box 28: folder 35
Pine Mountain Settlement School
1923 Oct 12

Box 28: folder 36
Putnam, Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock


Box 28: folder 36
Note:
Seelye, Anna Hawley (4 letters)
[1925], 1926 Sep 21, Dec 7, 1927 Jan 19

Box 28: folder 37
The Survey (4 letters)
1923-1924, 1926

Box 28: folder 38
Sutcliffe, Irene H.
1924 Mar 20

Box 28: folder 39
Envelope
n.d.

Box 28: folder 40
Note:

See also: Letters (2) to Margaret R. Hitchcock, April 29 and May 6, 1934, filed in Margaret Hitchcock Emerson Papers

Sub-series D: Images



Portraits and group photographs:



Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock, 7 years
ca. 1870

Box 28: folder 41
Seated group of eight girls, including Anna Seelye, Bessie Seelye, Lucy C. Hitchcock and Jane Elizabeth (Bessie) Hitchcock (photocopy)
n.d.

Box 28: folder 41
Posed group of nine girls, including Anna Seelye, Bessie Seelye, Lucy C. Hitchcock and Jane Elizabeth (Bessie) Hitchcock (photocopy)
n.d.

Box 28: folder 41
Posed group of nine girls, including Anna Seelye, Bessie Seelye, Lucy C. Hitchcock and Jane Elizabeth (Bessie) Hitchcock (photocopy)
n.d.

Box 28: folder 41
Posed group of eight girls in winter coats, including Anna Seelye, Bessie Seelye, Lucy C. Hitchcock and Jane Elizabeth (Bessie) Hitchcock (photocopy)
n.d.

Box 28: folder 41
Note:
Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock and Sarah Rogers on doorstep of 12 College Street, Amherst
ca. 1880s

Box 28: folder 41
Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock and Sarah Rogers standing in front of 12 College Street, Amherst
ca. 1880s

Box 28: folder 41
Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock, by Webster [Photographers]
n.d.

Box 28: folder 41
Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock, publication photograph
n.d.

Box 28: folder 41
Series 16: JOHN S. (AC 1889) AND MARY W. BRYAN HITCHCOCK,
1884-1933


Arrangement:

Divided into five sub-series: A: Personal Affairs [1889-1933], B: John S. Hitchcock: Professional Activities [1916-1927], C: John S. Hitchcock: Incoming Correspondence [1884-1928], arranged alphabetically by sender, D: Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock: Incoming Correspondence [1894-1931], arranged alphabetically by sender, E: Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock: Outgoing Correspondence [1920], arranged alphabetically by addressee

Scope and content:

John Sawyer Hitchcock (AC 1889), sometimes called Jack, was the fourth son of Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock. He received his M.D. from the University of Maryland in 1892 and was medical board certified in 1894. Hitchcock served as a physician in Northampton from 1894 until 1910. He went on to join the Massachusetts State Board of Health and then served as Acting Assistant Surgeon in the Baltimore Office of Administrative Health Practices of the Surgeon General's Office of the Treasury Department's Bureau of Public Health Service. He retired in 1927. During 1898 to 1899 Hitchcock served as a Lieutenant and Surgeon in Cuba during the Spanish American War, where he contracted malaria. In 1898 he married Mary Waters Bryan, also called Maisie.

Personal Affairs (sub-series A) contains material relating primarily to John S. Hitchcock, including medical school notes; his Medical Board certification; military service discharge documents; financial ledger (including household accounts and treatment record for John S. Hitchcock, for December 1-12, [1928?]); an article called "Typhoid Spine," chronicling the treatment of Hitchcock as a patient; and a farewell verse by W. M. Wade from the Mexican Welfare Center in Dallas, Texas. Material is arranged chronologically by type.

John S. Hitchcock: Professional Activities (sub-series B) includes a reprint of an article written by Hitchcock; a certificate from the Springfield (Mass.) Committee on Public Safety for service during WWI; and several civil service appointment documents as Acting Assistant Surgeon in the Baltimore Office of Administrative Health Practices of the Surgeon General's Office of the Treasury Department's Bureau of Public Health Service.

John S. Hitchcock: Incoming Correspondence (sub-series C) includes a small amount of correspondence with family members; members of the Amherst College community and alumni; and professional colleagues. There are also three personal letters from U.S. President Calvin Coolidge (AC 1895).

Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock: Incoming Correspondence (sub-series D) includes correspondence from her family, friends and acquaintances- much of it letters of condolence and sympathy on the death of her husband John S. Hitchcock in December 1928. Some letters are identified by first name only. The sub-series includes several personal letters from President and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge (AC 1895), including a sympathy telegram on the death of her husband. The most interesting correspondence includes approximately 50 letters written to Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock by her husband John in 1898 while he served as a surgeon during the Spanish American War. The letters describe life in the regiment and were written from military camps in Florida, and from outside Santiago, Cuba, where he contracted malaria.

Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock: Outgoing Correspondence (sub-series E) contains a single letter to her son John Hitchcock (AC 1926).

Sub-series A: Personal Affairs



Medical school notes
ca. 1889

Box 28: folder 42
Medical Board certification
1894 Oct 29

Box 28: folder 43
Military service (4 documents)
1898-1927

Box 28: folder 44
Envelope that held John S. Hitchcock's war correspondence
n.d.

Box 28: folder 45
"Typhoid Spine," Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, p. 317, John Hitchcock is the patient
1900 Mar 29

Box 28: folder 46
Military pension (4 documents)
1902-1927

Box 28: folder 47
Ledger with "Accounts of the Fall Field, June 1, 1919," other household accounts, [and treatment record of John S. Hitchcock, Dec. 1-12, 1928?]
1919 Jun 1, 1928 Dec 1-12

Box 28: folder 48
"Farewell verse" by W. M. Wade, from the Casa Blanco, the Mexican Welfare Center in Dallas Texas
1933 Jun

Box 28: folder 49
Obituary of Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock
n.d.

Box 28: folder 50
Sub-series B: John S. Hitchcock (AC 1889): Professional Activities



"The Massachusetts Tuberculosis Dispensaries and Their Relation to the Practising Physicians," The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, reprint
1916 Aug 17

Box 29: folder 1
Certificate from the Committee on Public Safety of the City of Springfield, for service during WWI
1918 Nov 11

Box 29: folder 2
Civil Service appointment, Office of the Surgeon General in the Treasury Department, Bureau of Public Health Services (4 documents)
1925-1927

Box 29: folder 3
Sub-series C: John S. Hitchcock (AC 1889): Incoming Correspondence



[?], Frank
[1927 Dec 7, 19]

Box 29: folder 4
[?], Frank
1927 Dec 14, 21

Box 29: folder 5
[?, Mal?]
1927 Dec 18, 22

Box 29: folder 6
[?], Stub (AC 1889)
1927 Dec 9

Box 29: folder 7
American Public Health Association
1927 Dec 15

Box 29: folder 8
Blue, Charles E. (1 letter)
[1927] Dec 24-27

Box 29: folder 9
Bowditch, Vincent Y., M.D. (2 letters re: medical opinions)
1910 May 7, 31

Box 29: folder 10
Cabot, W. B.
1928 Jan 19

Box 29: folder 11
Collinson, John
1927 Dec 23

Box 29: folder 12
Coolidge, Calvin (AC 1895) (U.S. President) (photocopies)
1920 Jun 18, 1922 Jul 18, 1927 Dec 10

Box 29: folder 13
Cutting, Mary [J.?]
n.d.

Box 29: folder 14
Davis, Jim
1898 Aug 24

Box 29: folder 15
[Doulle?], J. A.
1927 Dec 19

Box 29: folder 16
Draper, Warren F. (AC 1906)
1927 Dec 8

Box 29: folder 17
Fisher, John, M.D.
1903 Nov 18

Box 29: folder 18
French, Howard D. (AC 1895)
1928 Jan 24

Box 29: folder 19
Frost, W. H.
1927 Dec 19

Box 29: folder 20
Gillett, Frederick H. (AC 1874) (3 letters)
1901 Feb 15, 1907 Jul 23, 1919 Nov 20

Box 29: folder 21
Gleason, Edward S.
1903 Nov 23

Box 29: folder 22
Hitchcock, Caroline J. (sister)
1884 Oct 5, [?] Mar 26

Box 29: folder 23
Hitchcock, Charles H. (AC 1856) (uncle)
191[0?] Nov 14

Box 29: folder 24
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1878) (brother) (3 letters)
1903 Nov 21, 1904 Apr 3, n.d.

Box 29: folder 25
James, Arthur Curtiss (AC 1889)
1927 Dec 6, 13, 17

Box 29: folder 26
Lawrence, George P.,
1901 Feb 19

Box 29: folder 27
Lawrence, William
1918 Dec 11

Box 29: folder 28
Leland, George A. (AC 1874)
[1899]

Box 29: folder 29
Lodge, Henry Cabot, re: John Hitchcock's interest in certain legislation
1919 Nov 22

Box 29: folder 30
Mahoney, Francis X.
1927 Dec 19

Box 29: folder 31
Morris, Robert T., re: medical opinion
1907 Feb 11

Box 29: folder 32
Pratt, George D. (AC 1893)
1927 Dec 19

Box 29: folder 33
Preble, Paul
[1927] Dec 27

Box 29: folder 34
Reynolds, Edward, correspondence with Rt. Reverend William Lawrence regarding John Hitchcock's use of Lawrence's name in solicitations
1918 May-Dec

Box 29: folder 35
[Richmond?], Marge
[1928 Dec 30]

Box 29: folder 36
Riley, R. H.
1927 Dec 19

Box 29: folder 37
Sedgewick, W. T.
1919 Apr 24

Box 29: folder 38
Stearns, Alfred E. (AC 1894), re: speaking engagement
1910 Feb 2

Box 29: folder 39
Treadway, Allen T. (AC 1886)
1898 Aug 26

Box 29: folder 40
Whitman, Charles Seymour (AC 1891) (Governor of New York), re: legislation
1916 Apr 11

Box 29: folder 41
Woodbridge, Frederick J. E. (AC 1889)
1900 Feb 9, 1927 Dec 17

Box 29: folder 42
Miscellaneous envelopes
n.d.

Box 29: folder 43
Note:
Sub-series D: Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock: Incoming Correspondence



Unidentified
1928 Dec 13, n.d.

Box 29: folder 44
Unidentified cousin
1928 Dec 19

Box 29: folder 45
[?], Amanda
[1928 Dec 15]

Box 29: folder 46
[?], Anna
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 29: folder 47
[?], Bell
1928 Dec 16

Box 29: folder 48
[?], Flossie
n.d.

Box 29: folder 49
[?], Jim
[1928 Dec 14], 15

Box 29: folder 50
[?], Kate
1928 Dec 13

Box 29: folder 51
[?], Lillian
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 29: folder 52
[?], Lydia
1928 Dec 14

Box 29: folder 53
[?],[ Mal?]
1927 Dec 17

Box 29: folder 54
[?], [Mari?]
1929 Feb 6

Box 29: folder 55
[?], Mary (aunt)
1928 Dec 13

Box 29: folder 56
[?], ["Pink"?]
1930 Dec

Box 29: folder 57
[?], St. George and Susie (2 items)
ca. 1928 Dec, n.d.

Box 29: folder 58
[?], Sallie and Meredith
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 29: folder 59
[?], Ted
1928 Dec 20

Box 29: folder 60
[?], Tuck (2 items)
n.d.

Box 29: folder 61
Ayer, Mary E.
[1928 Dec 15]

Box 29: folder 62
Brown, Laura H.
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 29: folder 63
[Bryan?], Etta
1928 Dec 13, 15

Box 29: folder 64
[Bryan], Chuckee (sister) [Mrs. Gerald Richmond?] (letter should say 1929)
1928 [sic] Jan 4

Box 29: folder 65
Bryan, John Stewart
1928 Jan 11

Box 29: folder 66
Bryan, Robert C., M.D.
[1928] Dec 15

Box 29: folder 67
Bryan, St. George and Emily
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 29: folder 68
Bryan, Stewart
[1928] Dec 20

Box 29: folder 69
Bryan, William M. (brother)
1928 Dec 13, 18

Box 29: folder 70
Bullitt, James B. (brother-in-law)
1929 Jan 3

Box 29: folder 71
Bullitt, Mrs. James B. (sister) (4 postcards, 1 letter)
[1929] Apr 14, 16, [1929] Jul 26, 27, 1930 Jun 25

Box 29: folder 72
[Caspie?], Mary H.
1929 Jan 6

Box 29: folder 73
[Cheape?], Mary (with letter from Tuck to Margaret R. Hitchcock, addressed as Peg)
[1928] Dec 17

Box 29: folder 74
Cole, Marshall
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 29: folder 75
Collinson, John
1929 Jan 10

Box 29: folder 76
Converse, Ethel Jane
1928 Dec 14

Box 29: folder 77
Coolidge, Calvin (AC 1895), and family (1 telegram, 2 letters, 1 card; photocopies)
ca. 1928 Dec, 1929 Aug 17, 1932 Aug 2, [1933 Jan]

Box 29: folder 78
Curtis, Francis George
1928 Dec 14

Box 30: folder 1
Cushman, [Ellen?]
[1928 Dec 17]

Box 30: folder 2
Dabney, J. C.
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 30: folder 3
Emerson, Anna S.
1928 Dec 16

Box 30: folder 4
Emerson, Charlotte (sister-in-law)
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 30: folder 5
Frost, Jack and Susan
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 30: folder 6
Gordon, Ellen [?]
1929 Jan 4

Box 30: folder 7
Hardy, Beulah G.
[1928] Dec 18

Box 30: folder 8
Harlow, George A. (AC 1889)
[1929 Jan 8]

Box 30: folder 9
Harrison, Delia B.
[1929 Jan 2]

Box 30: folder 10
Hitchcock, Albert W. (brother-in-law) (3 letters)
[1898 May?], 1898 Jul-Aug

Box 30: folder 11
Hitchcock, Caroline J. (sister-in-law)
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 30: folder 12
Hitchcock, Charles N. (brother-in-law) (2 letters)
1929 Jan 29, Jul 11

Box 30: folder 13
Hitchcock Emerson, Charlotte


Box 30: folder 13
Note:
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1849) (father-in-law) (2 letters)
1894 Apr 8, 1898 Jan 24

Box 30: folder 14
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (husband) (16 letters from Army)
[1898?] May?

Box 30: folder 15
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (husband), re: military service (2 telegrams)
1898 May 4, 13

Box 30: folder 16
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (husband) (1 card, 8 letters from Army)
[1898?] May

Box 30: folder 17
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (husband) (7 letters from Army)
[1898?] Jun 1-13

Box 30: folder 18
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (husband) (6 letters from Army with partial transcription of June 28 letter)
[1898] Jun 15-28

Box 30: folder 19
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (husband) (2 letters of same date from Army with a partial transcription and a partial typescript of the longer letter; the typescript includes part of July 7 letter, following)
1898 Jul 5

Box 30: folder 20
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (husband) (8 letters from Army; a partial typescript of the July 7 letter is located in the previous folder)
1898 Jul 7-Aug

Box 30: folder 21
Note:
Hitchcock, John S. (AC 1889) (husband), re: Billy Sunday
1916 Dec 20

Box 30: folder 22
Hitchcock, S. F.
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 30: folder 23
James, Arthur Curtiss (AC 1889)
1927 Dec 6, 17, 1928 Jun 5, [Dec?], 19

Box 30: folder 24
[Jones?], Jane [Dabney?]
[1928 Dec 15]

Box 30: folder 25
Judson, John N.
1928 Dec 23

Box 30: folder 26
Metcalf, Rose Heywood (2 items)
1928 Dec 14

Box 30: folder 27
Minor, Natalie [V.?]
1928 Dec 14

Box 30: folder 28
Minor, Mr. and Mrs. Richmond Terrell
[? Dec]

Box 30: folder 29
Minor, Sallie C. (cousin)
1928 Dec 18

Box 30: folder 30
Moseley, Belle Williams
[1929] Feb 14

Box 30: folder 31
Mossman, T. H. ("Dade")
1928 Feb 16

Box 30: folder 32
Nichols, Mrs. Herbert S. (sister)
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 30: folder 33
Patterson, Eleanor
[1929 Jan 31]

Box 30: folder 34
[Richmond?], Joe
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 30: folder 35
[Richmond?], Marge
1929 Jan 3

Box 30: folder 36
Richmond, Patsy (niece)
1929 Jan 13

Box 30: folder 37
Shaw, Agnes Moon
1928 Dec 17

Box 30: folder 38
Sheffield, Marion
1928 Dec 19

Box 30: folder 39
Thurman, Carter (1 letter with enclosure)
1929 Mar 27

Box 30: folder 40
Tompkins, Elizabeth N. (cousin)
1928 Dec 17

Box 30: folder 41
Tuckerman, Alice
1928 Dec 14

Box 30: folder 42
[Ver Rasch?], A. L.
1931 Dec 15

Box 30: folder 43
Williston, Robert (AC 1892) (brother-in-law)
ca. 1928 Dec

Box 30: folder 44
Wilson, Susan M.
[1928] Dec 24

Box 30: folder 45
Envelope addressed to Mrs. J. S. Hitchcock
1929

Box 30: folder 46
Sub-series E: Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock: Outgoing Correspondence



Hitchcock, John (AC 1926) (son)
1920 May 16

Box 30: folder 47
Series 17: ALBERT W. AND CHARLOTTE EMERSON HITCHCOCK,
1876-1931


Arrangement:

Divided into six sub-series: A: Personal Affairs [1893-1930], B: Albert W. Hitchcock: Professional Activities [1906-1916], C: Albert W. Hitchcock: Incoming Correspondence [1880-1901], arranged alphabetically by sender, D: Albert W. Hitchcock: Outgoing Correspondence [1898-1900], arranged alphabetically by addressee, E: Charlotte Emerson Hitchcock: Incoming Correspondence [1931], arranged alphabetically by sender, F: Images [1876-1901]

Scope and content:

Albert White Hitchcock was the youngest son of Edward and Mary Judson Hitchcock. He was a businessman and worked for many years as an Insurance Inspector for the Western Electric Company. Like his brother John (AC 1889), Albert Hitchcock served in the Spanish American War during 1898, where he also contracted malaria. Albert Hitchcock lived and traveled in the midwest and was interested in fishing and the outdoors. He married Charlotte Emerson, daughter of Amherst College Professor Benjamin Kendall Emerson (AC 1865).

Personal Affairs (sub-series A) is divided into three sections:

  • 1. Albert W. Hitchcock
  • 2. Paint River Canoe Trip
  • 3. Charlotte Emerson Hitchcock

Albert W. Hitchcock contains the typescript of diary of a trip to the Petrified Forest, the Grand Canyon and California; an 1893 Williston Seminary report card; floor plans of a house; and a map.

Paint River Canoe Trip contains photographs of the 1908 camping trip taken by Albert Hitchcock and his wife Charlotte Emerson Hitchcock, and maps of the Paint River.

Charlotte Emerson Hitchcock includes a pageant program listing her performance and a watercolor of her garden in [Holland?].

Albert W. Hitchcock: Professional Activities (sub-series B) includes insurance inspection reports by Albert Hitchcock; articles by Albert Hitchcock for the Western Electric News; and printed material relating to electricity and the Hawthorne Plant. Albert Hitchcock's 1906 report on "California Electrical Works" includes several photographs of the earthquake damage in San Francisco.

Albert W. Hitchcock: Incoming Correspondence (sub-series C) contains a handful of letters from Albert Hitchcock's sisters Lucy and Caroline and his mother Mary Judson Hitchcock; and eight letters from the children in the Henry Street Settlement who miss him and wish him well.

Albert W. Hitchcock: Outgoing Correspondence (sub-series D) contains only a letter press copy of a letter to the Wetherill Separating Company. Albert Hitchcock's letters to his sister-in-law Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock during his service in the Spanish American War are found among her correspondence ( Series 16, sub-series D, box 30, folder 10).

Charlotte Emerson Hitchcock: Incoming Correspondence (sub-series E) contains one letter from her sister-in-law Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock.

Images (sub-series F) contains a tintype of Albert Hitchcock in 1876 at 2 years old, one photograph of him as a young man, and a folder of negatives noted as "Albert's films sent from Nacosari," sent to his sister Caroline Hitchcock in 1901.

Sub-series A: Personal Affairs



Albert W. Hitchcock



Diary of a trip to the Petrified Forest, Grand Canyon and California (typescript)
n.d.

Box 30: folder 48
Albert W. Hitchcock, Williston Academy report card
1893 Dec 20

Box 30: folder 49
Floor plan of house at 1631 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, Illinois, belonging to [Albert Hitchcock?]
n.d.

Box 30: folder 50
Map of Montauk, Suffolk County, N.Y., showing lands held by Montauk Company
n.d.

Box OSB4: folder 13
Paint River Canoe Trip, Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Albert W. Hitchcock and Charlotte Emerson Hitchcock



Photographs, start through camp 4
1908 Aug

Box 30: folder 51
Photographs, Hemlock Rapids, camp 7
1908 Aug

Box 30: folder 52
Photographs, camps 8 and 9, and photograph of people
1908 Aug

Box 30: folder 53
Topographic maps of Paint River, Michigan (two maps) (with envelope)
1908 Aug

Box OSB5: folder 14
Note:
Charlotte Emerson Hitchcock



Program for "A Little Shawl Pageant", listing Charlotte Emerson Hitchcock's performance
1930 Jun 11

Box 30: folder 54
Watercolor of Charlotte Emerson Hitchcock's garden in [Holland?]
n.d.

Box 30: folder 55
Sub-series B: Albert W. Hitchcock: Professional Activities



"Fire Protection at Hawthorne," Western Electric Company, insurance inspection report
1906 Apr 5

Box 31: folder 1
"California Electrical Works (Western Electric Company) San Francisco, California," insurance inspection report (includes photographs of the earthquake destruction)
1906 Jun 11

Box 31: folder 2
"Report of Fire in Denver Warehouse"
1907 Jan 22

Box 31: folder 3
"The Spirit That Makes Work Light," Western Electric News
1913 Jan

Box 31: folder 4
"Hawthorne---The Power Behind the 'Phone,'" Western Electric News
1913 May

Box 31: folder 5
"Protecting Our Distributing Houses From Fire," Western Electric News
1913 Nov

Box 31: folder 6
"Safety First: Fire Protection, Machine Guarding, Health and Accident," poster for talk and notice about it in The Transmitter, newsletter of the Hawthorne Men's Club
1914 May 1

Box 31: folder 7
"Fourth Annual Excursion & Picnic Given By The Hawthorne Employees of the Western Electric Company at Michigan City Indiana, July 25, 1914" (Albert Hitchcock is listed as one of the Judges of Games, p. 2)
1914 Jul 25

Box 31: folder 8
"Safety First at Hawthorne," Western Electric News
1916 Jul

Box 31: folder 9
Sub-series C: Albert W. Hitchcock: Incoming Correspondence



Henry Street Settlement children (8 letters)
1901 Feb 19

Box 31: folder 10
Hitchcock, Caroline J. (sister) (3 letters)
1880, 1884, 1894

Box 31: folder 11
Hitchcock, Lucy C. (sister)
1894 Dec 9

Box 31: folder 12
Hitchcock, Mary Judson


Box 31: folder 12
Note:
Judson, Mary L. (mother) (2 letters)
1894 Dec, 1898

Box 31: folder 13
Sub-series D: Albert W. Hitchcock: Outgoing Correspondence



Hitchcock, Mary W. Bryan, re: Spanish-American War service. Filed in Series 16: John S. (AC 1889) and Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock, Sub-series D: Mary W. Bryan Hitchcock: Incoming Correspondence, Box 30, Folder 10
[1898 May ?], 1898 Jul 25, [1898 Aug 3]

Box 31: folder 13
Wetherill Separating Company
[1900]

Box 31: folder 14
Note:

See also: Telegram and letter to Margaret R. Hitchcock, c. May 1934, filed in Margaret Hitchcock Emerson Papers

Sub-series E: Charlotte Emerson Hitchcock: Incoming Correspondence



Hitchcock, Jane Elizabeth (sister)
1931 Nov

Box 31: folder 15
Note:

See also: Letter to Margaret R. Hitchcock, [April 24, 1934], filed in the Margaret Hitchcock Emerson Papers

Sub-series F: Images



Hitchcock, Albert W. (1 tintype at 2 years old, 1 photograph as a young man)
1876, n.d.

Box 31: folder 16
"Albert's films sent from Nacosari," negatives
1901 Apr

Box 31: folder 17
Series 18: JUDSON FAMILY,
1735-1912


Arrangement:

Divided into four sub-series: A: General [1735-1912], B: Correspondence [1825-1896], C: David Judson Estate [1867-1912], D: Images [1893]

Scope and content:

This series includes the material saved by the Hitchcock family relating to Mary Judson Hitchcock's extended family, the Judson and Lewis families.

General (sub-series A) contains an assortment of Judson materials including an account by Mary Judson Hitchcock of a flag made by her mother Phebe Lewis Judson at the outbreak of the Civil War; several family trees; handwritten copies of wills and estate lists; several deeds relating to Mary Judson Hitchcock's father, David Judson; receipts of Agur Lewis; and Charles N. Judson's obituary in the Plymouth Chimes.

Correspondence (sub-series B) includes 42 letters from Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849) to his sister-in-law Caroline (Cannie) Judson; letters to his mother-in-law, Phebe Lewis Judson; letters from Mary Judson Hitchcock to her sister Caroline (Cannie) and sister-in-law Harriet (Hallie); and a few letters exchanged among other members of the Judson family and friends. The letters describe family activities.

David Judson Estate (sub-series C) contains financial records and correspondence relating to the finances and estate of Mary Judson Hitchcock's father David Judson, and correspondence regarding her share of the taxes. Survey drawings of David Judson's property in Stratford, Connecticut are also included.

Images (sub-series D) contains 6 photographs: of Mary Judson Hitchcock's father, David Judson; her mother Phebe Lewis Judson; her paternal grandfather Pixlee Judson; her brother Charles Judson; his wife, Mary Judson Hitchcock's sister-in-law Harriet (Hallie) Judson; and one of Charles and Harriet together.

Sub-series A: General



Account of a flag made by Phebe Lewis Judson at the outbreak of the Civil War, by Mary Judson Hitchcock
n.d.

Box 32: folder 1
Deeds, mortgage, quitclaim and warranty, of David Judson
1855 Apr 26, 28, Jun 1

Box OSB5: folder 15
Family trees
1903, 1905, n.d.

Box 32: folder 2
Family tree by Jeremiah Judson
1860

Box OSB6: folder 16
Wills and estates, handwritten copies
1735-1824

Box 32: folder 3
Lewis, Agur, receipts for spinning wheels and a saddle and bridle
1806 Mar

Box 32: folder 4
Judson, Charles N., Obituary and remarks at his funeral in The Plymouth Chimes, pp. 8-9
1912 Mar

Box 32: folder 5
Sub-series B: Correspondence



Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1849) to Cannie Judson (sister-in-law) (28 letters)
1853-1857

Box 32: folder 6
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1849) to Cannie Judson (sister-in-law) (14 letters)
1858-1860

Box 32: folder 7
Hitchcock, Edward (AC 1849) to Phebe Lewis Judson (mother-in-law) (3 letters)
1858-1860

Box 32: folder 8
Hitchcock, Mary Judson


Box 32: folder 8
Note:
Judson, David to Isaac Judson (brothers)
1857 Feb 25

Box 32: folder 9
Judson, Mary L. to Cannie Judson (sister) (9 letters)
1854-1859

Box 32: folder 10
Judson, Mary L. to Harriet ("Hallie") Judson (sister-in-law) (5 letters)
1874, 1894-1896

Box 32: folder 11
Judson, Phebe Lewis


Box 32: folder 11
Note:
Lewis, Phebe to Charles Judson (son)
18[60]

Box 32: folder 12
Nichols, Sarah to Caroline Judson and Caroline and Mary Judson (cousins) (3 letters)
1825, 1835, [1878?]

Box 32: folder 13
Warner, Seth to David Judson
1858 Apr 5

Box 32: folder 14
Sub-series C: David Judson Estate



Financial records and correspondence re: estate
1867-1902 (gaps)

Box 32: folder 15
Correspondence re: Mary Judson Hitchcock's share of the taxes
1901-1906, 1912

Box 32: folder 16
Survey drawings of property in Stratford, [Conn.] (removed from folder above)
1851, 1852

Box OSB5: folder 17
Sub-series D: Images



Lewis, Phebe (Mary Judson Hitchcock's mother)
n.d.

Box 32: folder 20
Judson, Charles N., photograph; also photograph of Charles N. and Harriet Judson in Venice (Mary Judson Hitchcock's brother and sister-in-law)
n.d.

Box 32: folder 17
Judson, David (Mary Judson Hitchcock's father)
n.d.

Box 32: folder 18
Judson, Harriet (Mrs. Charles N. Judson) (Mary Judson Hitchcock's sister-in-law)
1893

Box 32: folder 19
Judson, Phebe Lewis


Box 32: folder 19
Note:
Judson, Pixlee (Mary Judson Hitchcock's paternal grandfather)
n.d.

Box 32: folder 21
Series 19: MISCELLANEOUS,
1889, n.d.


Contains an odd four items: a Buddha print; one health tract; an 1889 letter from Mabel [Seelye] to her parents (Amherst President Julius Hawley Seelye, AC 1849, and his wife Elizabeth Tillman James) referring to the Hitchcocks; and an unidentified poem.

Buddha print
n.d.

Box 2: folder 22
"Health's Three Essentials," Health Tract, No. 42, Hall's Journal of Health
n.d.

Box 32: folder 23
[Seelye], Mabel to her parents Julius Hawley (AC 1849) and Elizabeth Tillman Seelye (refers to the Hitchcocks) (photocopy)
1889 Oct 27

Box 32: folder 24
Unidentified poem
n.d.

Box 32: folder 25
Appendix 1: 80th BIRTHDAY CONGRATULATORY LETTERS TO EDWARD HITCHCOCK (AC 1849) May 23, 1908
Note

(Letters are listed as signed on correspondence)

Abbott, Lawrence F. (AC 1881)


Box 2: folder 1
Allen, Bradford (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 1
Allen, Charles H. (AC 1869)


Box 2: folder 1
Allen, Lamson (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 1
Alvord, A.E. (AC 1862)


Box 2: folder 1
Ames, C.H. (AC 1870)


Box 2: folder 1
Amherst Club of Chicago


Box 2: folder 1
Amherst College



For the students: Hildeburn Jones, Townsend C. Hill, J. Scott Fink, William F. Washburn


Box 2: folder 1
Anderson, William G.


Box 2: folder 1
Andrews, Charles Amos (AC 1895)


Box 2: folder 1
Armstrong, Collin (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 1
Atwater, William C. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 1
Babbitt, James A.


Box 2: folder 2
Babbott, Frank L. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 2
Bair, Clara Gregory


Box 2: folder 2
Baker, C. Alice


Box 2: folder 2
Baker, William B. (AC 1901)


Box 2: folder 2
Ball, William C. (AC 1868)


Box 2: folder 2
Balliet, Thomas M.


Box 2: folder 2
Banta, J. Edward (AC 1880)


Box 2: folder 2
Barlow, E. Hubbard (AC 1866)


Box 2: folder 2
Barnum, Herman N. (AC 1852)


Box 2: folder 2
Barton, Bruce (AC 1907)


Box 2: folder 2
Bemis, Albion F. (AC 1880)


Box 2: folder 2
Berenson, Senda


Box 2: folder 2
all signed one letter:



Billings, Mrs. Dwight Morris


Box 2: folder 2
Billings, Mr. Dwight Morris


Box 2: folder 2
Billings, Dwight Brinkerhoff


Box 2: folder 2
Billings, Elizabeth B.


Box 2: folder 2
Billings, Henry W. (AC 1834)


Box 2: folder 2
Billings, Mr. & Mrs. Richard (AC 1897)


Box 2: folder 2
Biscoe, Thomas D. (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 2
Bishop, James L. (AC 1865)


Box 2: folder 2
Bishop, Maitland L.


Box 2: folder 2
Bixler, Mabel Seelye


Box 2: folder 2
Bixler, James W. (AC 1882)


Box 2: folder 2
Blake, Edmund M. (AC 1897)


Box 2: folder 2
Blanchard, Ferdinand Quincy (AC 1898)


Box 2: folder 2
Blatchford, John (AC 1910)


Box 2: folder 2
Blatchford, Paul (AC 1882)


Box 2: folder 2
Bliss, Daniel (AC 1852)


Box 2: folder 2
Bliss, Ernest M., (AC 1893)


Box 2: folder 2
Bliss, Howard S. (AC 1882)


Box 2: folder 2
Bliss, W.D.P. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 2
Blodgett, Frank D. (AC 1893)


Box 2: folder 2
[Blood, Lorenzo P.] (AC 1846)


Box 2: folder 2
Board, Joseph (AC 1867)


Box 2: folder 2
Bolin, Jakob


Box 2: folder 2
Bridgman, Herbert (AC 1866)


Box 2: folder 2
Broder, Edward W. (AC 1905)


Box 2: folder 2
Brooks, Charles S. (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 2
Brainerd, G.W. (AC 1881)


Box 2: folder 2
Brown, Sam Walley (AC 1866)


Box 2: folder 2
Buck, Charles W. (AC 1855)


Box 2: folder 2
Bulkley, Barry (AC 1887)


Box 2: folder 2
Burbank, Charles E. (AC 1892)


Box 2: folder 2
Burgess, John W. (AC 1867)


Box 2: folder 2
Burnett, Charles T. (AC 1895)


Box 2: folder 2
Camp, Walter


Box 2: folder 3
Chase, W.B. (AC 1896)


Box 2: folder 3
Chapin, Arthur B. (AC 1891)


Box 2: folder 3
Chapin, Edward W. (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 3
Choate, Washington (AC 1870)


Box 2: folder 3
Christie, Francis A. (AC 1881)


Box 2: folder 3
Clark, Atherton


Box 2: folder 3
Clark, DeWitt S. (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 3
Clark, J.[L?]Frank


Box 2: folder 3
Clark, Robert Bruce (AC 1876)


Box 2: folder 3
Clark, William Brewster (AC 1876)


Box 2: folder 3
Clarke, John M. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 3
Clarke, Maurice D. (AC 1871)


Box 2: folder 3
Cobb, William H. (AC 1867)


Box 2: folder 3
Collester, F.M. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 3
Colcord, D.H. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 3
Cowan, Rev. P.D. (AC 1866)


Box 2: folder 3
Cowles, Mrs. Herbert Towne


Box 2: folder 3
Cowles, William L. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 3
Crampton, C. Ward


Box 2: folder 3
Crowell, E.P.


Box 2: folder 3
Crowell, Miss Annie L.


Box 2: folder 3
Culver, Allan M. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 3
Cummings, Henry (AC 1847)


Box 2: folder 3
Cushing, J.P. (AC 1882)


Box 2: folder 3
Dakin, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Hazard


Box 2: folder 4
Dana, S.W. (AC 1847)


Box 2: folder 4
Daniels, Carroll S. (AC 1910)


Box 2: folder 4
Dayton, Charles H. (AC 1902)


Box 2: folder 4
Davis, Benjamin F. (AC 1978)


Box 2: folder 4
Dean, A. (AC 1842)


Box 2: folder 4
Dennison, A.R. (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 4
Derby, Hasket (AC 1855)


Box 2: folder 4
Dewar, John Innes (AC 1906)


Box 2: folder 4
Deyo, Israel T. (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 4
Dickinson, Edward (AC 1876)


Box 2: folder 4
Dickinson, Edwin H. (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 4
Dow, Frank F. (AC 1874)


Box 2: folder 4
Draper, Ernest G. (AC 1906)


Box 2: folder 4
Eastman, John H. (AC 1869)


Box 2: folder 5
Eastman, Julia and Sarah


Box 2: folder 5
Eastman, Lucius R. (AC 1857)


Box 2: folder 5
Eberhard, Chr.


Box 2: folder 5
Ehinger, C.E.


Box 2: folder 5
Elwell, Levi H. (AC 1875)


Box 2: folder 5
Emerson, [A--?] Seelye


Box 2: folder 5
Faunce, Daniel Worcester (AC 1850)


Box 2: folder 6
Farman, E.E. (AC 1855) (2 items)


Box 2: folder 6
Favour, Alpheus Hoyt (AC 1903)


Box 2: folder 6
Fay, Prescott (AC 1851)


Box 2: folder 6
Field, Henry Power (AC 1880)


Box 2: folder 6
Fisher, George J.


Box 2: folder 6
Fiske, A.S. (AC 1855)


Box 2: folder 6
Flaherty, Thomas Grinnell (AC 1899)


Box 2: folder 6
Fletcher, W.G.


Box 2: folder 6
Folger, Henry C., Jr. (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 6
Franklin, A.B. Jr. (AC 1900)


Box 2: folder 6
Fuller, Charles H. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 6
Fuller, George E. (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 6
Fullerton, Bradford M. (AC 1861)


Box 2: folder 6
Gardiner, H.N. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 7
Garman, Eliza N.


Box 2: folder 7
Garvin, Lucius F.C. (AC 1862)


Box 2: folder 7
Gaylord, M.S. (AC 1848)


Box 2: folder 7
Giese, Henry W. (AC 1902)


Box 2: folder 7
Gladwin, Harry W. (AC 1901)


Box 2: folder 7
Goodale, George Lincoln (AC 1860)


Box 2: folder 7
Goldie, Geo.


Box 2: folder 7
Goodrich, Charles L. (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 7
[Gram], John H.


Box 2: folder 7
Graves, John L. (AC 1855)


Box 2: folder 7
Graves, W.B. (AC 1862)


Box 2: folder 7
Gray, George D. (AC 1865)


Box 2: folder 7
Gray, J. Converse (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 7
Greene, John M. (AC 1853)


Box 2: folder 7
Greene, Wm. Cohoone (AC 1849)


Box 2: folder 7
Gregory, James J.H. (AC 1850)


Box 2: folder 7
Grosvenor, Edwin A. (AC 1867)


Box 2: folder 7
Gulick, Luther H.


Box 2: folder 7
Hall, Henry C. (AC 1881)


Box 2: folder 8
Hamilton, John Alexander (AC 1853)


Box 2: folder 8
Harris, George (AC 1866)


Box 2: folder 8
Hartwell, Charles, S. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 8
Hartwell, Edward M. (AC 1873)


Box 2: folder 8
Haskell, Mrs. Nelson Cary and Nelson Cary Haskell, Jr.


Box 2: folder 8
Hewett, Waterman Thomas (AC 1869)


Box 2: folder 8
Hickey, Mr. & Mrs. James G.


Box 2: folder 8
Hildreth, Charles E. (AC 1892)


Box 2: folder 8
Hill, Lucille Eaton


Box 2: folder 8
Hiller, George F.


Box 2: folder 8
Hills, T.C.


Box 2: folder 8
Hine, Norman (AC 1848)


Box 2: folder 8
Hinton, R.L. (AC 1853)


Box 2: folder 8
Hitchcock, Charles H. (AC 1856)


Box 2: folder 8
Hitchcock, F. Hand (AC 1891) and T. B. Hitchcock (AC 1896)


Box 2: folder 8
Houghton, H.S. (AC 1883)


Box 2: folder 8
Houghton, J.G. (AC 1865)


Box 2: folder 8
Howland, Walter Morton (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 8
Hubbell, [Hannah] H.


Box 2: folder 8
Hudson, H.S. (AC 1849)


Box 2: folder 8
Hull, G. Stanley


Box 2: folder 8
Hyde, [Luran] C.


Box 2: folder 8
Jameson, J. Franklin (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 9
Johnson, Herbert S. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 9
Johnston, William S. (AC 1894)


Box 2: folder 9
Judson, Charlie and Hattie


Box 2: folder 9
Kane, J.F. (AC 1904)


Box 2: folder 10
Kelsey, C.E. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 10
Kemp, J.F. (AC 1881)


Box 2: folder 10
Kendall, Henry P. (AC 1899)


Box 2: folder 10
Kidder, Harry W. (AC 1897)


Box 2: folder 10
Kindewater, A.E.


Box 2: folder 10
Klaer, Fred H. (AC 1900)


Box 2: folder 10
King, S. Bowles (AC 1902)


Box 2: folder 10
Knapp, Walter H. (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 10
Kretschmar, F.K. (AC 1901)


Box 2: folder 10
Ladd, William M. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 11
Leete, William W. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 11
Leland, George A. (AC 1874)


Box 2: folder 11
Leland, Jiun (3 items)


Box 2: folder 11
Lester, William H. (AC 1849)


Box 2: folder 11
Lewis, Frank E. (AC 1907)


Box 2: folder 11
Lincoln, David F.


Box 2: folder 11
Little, Joseph B. (AC 1860)


Box 2: folder 11
Locke, C.S. (AC 1849)


Box 2: folder 11
Locke, William Edwin (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 11
Look, Frank N. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 11
Loomis, Elihu G. (AC 1874)


Box 2: folder 11
Loomis, Samuel Lane (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 11
Lounsbery, George H. (AC 1892)


Box 2: folder 11
Lowe, I.L. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 11
Lyman, Payson Williston (AC 1867)


Box 2: folder 11
McClung, Matthew (AC 1855)


Box 2: folder 12
McComber, Stewart A.


Box 2: folder 12
McGregory, J.F. (AC 1880)


Box 2: folder 12
McKnight, M. Brayton (AC 1876)


Box 2: folder 12
McManus, P.W. (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 12
Martin, Edwin K. (AC 1871)


Box 2: folder 12
Maxson, Henry M. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 12
Maynard, Robert W. (AC 1902)
12

Box 2: folder 12
Mead, William Rutherford (AC 1867)


Box 2: folder 12
Merrill, J.G. (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 12
Merrill, W.F. (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 12
Mills, Charles S. (AC 1882)


Box 2: folder 12
Mills, George G.


Box 2: folder 12
Mitchell, C.E. (AC 1899)


Box 2: folder 12
Moore, Charles E. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 12
Mossman, W.B. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 12
Mount Holyoke College (2 items)



For the Faculty: Caroline B. Greene, Florence Purington


Box 2: folder 12
For the Students: Leslie B. Stewart, Rebekah Wood, Harriet L. Boutelle, Marion Osborne, Carolyn F. Sewall, Amy Larned


Box 2: folder 12
Narey, Hope [ N.?]


Box 2: folder 13
Newton, D. Augustine (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 13
Nichols, Herbert G.


Box 2: folder 13
Norton, E.C. (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 13
Noyes, Henry T., Jr. (AC 1894)


Box 2: folder 13
Orr, Gillian (AC 1883)


Box 2: folder 14
Osgood, Herbert L. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 14
Osgood, Robert B. (AC 1895)


Box 2: folder 14
Osgood, William N. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 14
Page, P.S.


Box 2: folder 15
Paine, Arthur R. (AC 1871)


Box 2: folder 15
Palmer, Walter W. (AC 1905)


Box 2: folder 15
Parker, W.E. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 15
Parkhurst, C.H. (AC 1866)


Box 2: folder 15
Parsons, Edward S. (AC 1883)


Box 2: folder 15
Parsons, Ralph Lyman (AC 1853)


Box 2: folder 15
Partridge, Frank C. (AC 1882)


Box 2: folder 15
Partridge, Jennie [G.] (for George Partridge)


Box 2: folder 15
Patrick, H.J. (AC 1848)


Box 2: folder 15
Peirce, Henry T. (1866)


Box 2: folder 15
Pepper, George D.B. (AC 1857)


Box 2: folder 15
Perkins, Sidney K.B. (AC 1851)


Box 2: folder 15
Phillips, George W. (AC 1861)


Box 2: folder 15
Plimpton, George A. (AC 1876)


Box 2: folder 15
Plimpton, T.B. (1902)


Box 2: folder 15
Posse, Baroness Rose


Box 2: folder 15
Powell, Chilton L. (AC 1907)


Box 2: folder 15
Pratt, Alvord (AC 1904)


Box 2: folder 15
Pratt, C.M. (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 15
Pratt, Hal [Harold, AC 1900?]


Box 2: folder 15
Pratt, John T. (AC 1896)


Box 2: folder 15
Pratt, William O. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 15
Pray, Helen Frances


Box 2: folder 15
Proctor, Fletcher D. (AC 1882)


Box 2: folder 15
Psi Upsilon Fraternity


Box 2: folder 15
For the Chapter: H.A. Wyckoff, J.D. Cornell


Box 2: folder 15
Raycroft, Joseph E.


Box 2: folder 16
Redfield, Henry S. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 16
Richardson, E.C. (AC 1880)


Box 2: folder 16
Roberts, Robert J.


Box 2: folder 16
Robinson, Walter S. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 16
Rolfe, W.J. (AC 1849)


Box 2: folder 16
Rossiter, W.S. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 16
Rouse, Frederick T. (AC 1882)


Box 2: folder 16
Rugg, F.A. (AC 1881)


Box 2: folder 16
Sabin, Henry (AC 1852)


Box 2: folder 17
Salter, Sumner (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 17
Sanders, J.A. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 17
Sanderson, E.F. (AC 1896)


Box 2: folder 17
Sargent, D.A.


Box 2: folder 17
Sargent, F.D. (AC 1866)


Box 2: folder 17
Sawyer, Joseph H. (AC 1865)


Box 2: folder 17
Searle, L. Whitney (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 17
Seelye, Hiram H. (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 17
Seelye, Walter C. (AC 1895)


Box 2: folder 17
Seelye, William J. (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 17
Seymour, John A. (AC 1849)


Box 2: folder 17
Shepard, Luther D. (AC 1862)


Box 2: folder 17
Skeele, Arthur F. (AC 1875)


Box 2: folder 17
Slocum, Edward T. (AC 1871)


Box 2: folder 17
Slocum, William F. (AC 1874)


Box 2: folder 17
Slocum, Winfield S. (AC 1869)


Box 2: folder 17
Smart, Isaac C. (AC 1881)


Box 2: folder 17
Smith, Charles Sprague (AC 1874)


Box 2: folder 17
Smith, Erastus G. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 17
Smith, Fred M. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 17
Smith, Henry O. (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 17
Smith, Henry Preserved (AC 1869)


Box 2: folder 17
Smith, Josiah Renick (AC 1871)


Box 2: folder 17
Smith, Lucy Ely


Box 2: folder 17
Smith, Luther Ely (AC 1854)


Box 2: folder 17
Smith, Luther R. (AC 1859)


Box 2: folder 17
Smith, Roland Cotton (AC 1882)


Box 2: folder 17
Snell, M. Porter (AC 1861)


Box 2: folder 17
Spafford, Joseph H. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 17
Spahr, George T. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 17
Spaulding, Daniel M. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 17
Spear, Asa A. (AC 1866)


Box 2: folder 17
Stanton, George F. (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 17
Stanton, John G. (AC 1870)


Box 2: folder 17
Stearns, Alfred E. (AC 1894)


Box 2: folder 17
Stearns, Emily Williston (Mrs. Frank Waterman, AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 17
Stearns, Frank Waterman (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 17
Stearns, William Foster (AC 1882)



For: Fanny Clark Stearns


Box 2: folder 17
Douglas Clark Stearns (AC 1916)


Box 2: folder 17
William F. Stearns, Jr. (AC 1922)


Box 2: folder 17
Stearns, Mrs. W.A. (Mrs. Winfred Alden, AC 1876)


Box 2: folder 17
Stecher, William A.


Box 2: folder 17
Stocking, Jay T. (AC 1895)


Box 2: folder 17
Stoddard, E.W. (AC 1849)


Box 2: folder 17
Stone, Alaric (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 17
Stone, Baman N. (AC 1863)


Box 2: folder 17
Stoneroad, Rebecca


Box 2: folder 17
Storey, Thomas A.


Box 2: folder 17
Strong, Edward A. (AC 1855)


Box 2: folder 17
Sullivan, James E.


Box 2: folder 17
Sybrandt, William H. (AC 1876)


Box 2: folder 17
Talbot, Mignon (daughter of Ben Talbot)


Box 2: folder 18
[Taws?], Frank D.


Box 2: folder 18
Tenney, Henry M. (AC 1864)


Box 2: folder 18
Terry, Charles A. (AC 1879)


Box 2: folder 18
Thayer, Lucius H. (AC 1882)


Box 2: folder 18
Thompson, Fred L. (AC 1892)


Box 2: folder 18
Thompson, Joseph Osgood (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 18
Thrall, J. Brainerd (AC 1873)


Box 2: folder 18
Thrall, W. Herbert (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 18
Titsworth, Henry H. (AC 1897)


Box 2: folder 18
Tobey, Rufus B. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 18
Towne, Arthur W. (AC 1901)


Box 2: folder 18
Tufts, J.H. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 18
Tyler, Henry M. (AC 1865)


Box 2: folder 18
Upham, Edward D. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 19
Utter, George H. (AC 1877)


Box 2: folder 19
Vanderbilt, John L. (AC 1901)


Box 2: folder 20
Von Cleft, Henrietta


Box 2: folder 20
Wadsworth, Guy W. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 21
Wald, Lillian D.


Box 2: folder 21
Ward, Herbert D. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 21
Ward, Samuel


Box 2: folder 21
Ward, William [D--?]


Box 2: folder 21
Washburn, John [A.]


Box 2: folder 21
Welden, Charles F.


Box 2: folder 21
Wellman, Arthur H. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 21
Wells, Reuben F. (AC 1901)


Box 2: folder 21
Wheeler, Ralph W. (AC 1906)


Box 2: folder 21
Whipple, George N. (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 21
Whitcomb, David (AC 1900)


Box 2: folder 21
White, Alden Perley (AC 1878)


Box 2: folder 21
Whittemore, L.D. (AC 1880)


Box 2: folder 21
Whittier, F.N.


Box 2: folder 21
Willcox, Walter F. (AC 1884)


Box 2: folder 21
Williston, Martin L. (AC 1864)


Box 2: folder 21
Wilson, Eugene S. (AC 1902)


Box 2: folder 21
[Wittich, G.]


Box 2: folder 21
Withington, Nathan Noyes (AC 1851)


Box 2: folder 21
Wood, Ira C. (AC 1886)


Box 2: folder 21
Woods, Robert M. (AC 1869)


Box 2: folder 21
Woodward, Rufus S. (AC 1881)


Box 2: folder 21
Woolley, Mary E.


Box 2: folder 21
Wyman, Walter (AC 1870)


Box 2: folder 21
"Katharine" from Newfoundland, NJ


Box 2: folder 22
Reply from Edward Hitchcock - Printed card with general reply by Edward Hitchcock to all who sent him birthday wishes


Box 2: folder 23
Newsclipping - re: Edward Hitchcock's birthday, dated May 23, 1908


Box 2: folder 24
Appendix 2: THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION - LETTERS TO EDWARD HITCHCOCK (AC 1849)
Note

Letters presented to Edward Hitchcock by the Association on April 20, 1901 "in commemoration of his 40 years of continuous service in the cause of physical training at Amherst College." Bound in a single volume.

(Letters are listed as signed on correspondence, and in the order they appear in the volume)

Aldinger, A.K., MD,
Director State Normal School
Department of Physical Training
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
9 April 1901

Box OSB1
Allen, H. Mabelle
31 Prospect St.
Woonsocket, Rhode Island
n.d.

Box OSB1
Anagnor, Michael
Perkins Institute and Massachusetts School for the Blind
South Boston, Massachusetts
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Anderson, Henry S.
Director of Gymnastics
University School
Cleveland, Ohio
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Babbitt, James A.
Director
Department of Physical Education
Haverford College
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Babcock, Maud May
Director of Gymnasium for Women, Asst. Professor of Physical Education
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah
16 April 1901

Box OSB1
Backus, Truman S.
The Packer Collegiate Institute
Brooklyn, New York
6 April 1901

Box OSB1
Baer, Clara Gregory
H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College
Tulane University
New Orleans
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Bailey, Florence Z.
Teacher of Physical Culture
Prospect Hill School
Greenfield, Massachusetts
n.d.

Box OSB1
Ball, Wm. H.
Physical Director, Young Men's Christian Association of the City of Montreal
Quebec
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Balliet, Thomas M.
Superintendent of Schools
Springfield, Massachusetts
6 April 1901

Box OSB1
Bancroft, Jessie H.
Director of Physical Training
Department of Education School Board
Brooklyn, New York
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Barrett, A.L.
Physical Instructor
New York Public Schools
New York
15 April 1901

Box OSB1
Beiderhase, Josephine
Director of Physical Training
The Wadleigh High School
Borough of Manhattan
New York
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Bennett, Gazella
Teacher of Gymnastics
Perkins Institution and School for the Blind
South Boston, Massachusetts
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Beyer, H.G.
United States Receiving Ship
Wabash Navy Yard
Boston, Massachusetts
16 April 1901

Box OSB1
[Bick], Katharine
Director of Physical Education of High Schools of Borough of Queens
Queens, New York
April 1901

Box OSB1
Bolin, Jakob
Instructor
New Haven Normal School of Gymnastics
New Haven, CT
n.d.

Box OSB1
Bolin, Sigrid
n.d.

Box OSB1
Bolster, W.W., Jr.
Director
Baks College Gymnasium
n.d.

Box OSB1
Bowditch, H.P.
Professor of Physiology
Harvard Medical School
Cambridge, Massachusetts
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Brown, Elias, MD
Physical Director
The Barnard School for Boys
New York, New York
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Brown, Wm.S.
Treasurer
A.G. Spalding & Bros.
New York, New York
23 April 1901

Box OSB1
Burnham, Stella M.
Director, The Burnham Gymnasium
The Burnham Physical Training School for Teachers
Milwaukee
20 April 1901

Box OSB1
Bush, Charlotte F.


Box OSB1
Note:
Buxton, Harrison H.
Physical Director
Young Men's Christian Association of the Oranges
Orange, New Jersey
9 April 1901

Box OSB1
Carret, Christina
Director of Physical Training in the Public Schools of Attleborough; Teacher of Swedish Gymnastics
Dr. Sargent's Normal School
Cambridge, Massachusetts
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Channing, Walter
The Buckingham [Hotel]
New York, New York
16 April 1901

Box OSB1
Coe, Helen L.
Director of the Portland School of Gymnastics
Portland, Maine
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Coop, William L.
General Manager
Narragansett Machine Co.
Providence, Rhode Island
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Corey, William H.
Physical Director
Boston Public Gymnasium
Boston
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Cory, Alberta J.
Physical Director
Harlem YWCA
New York
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Crane, Winthrop Murray
Governor
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Executive Department
Boston
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Day, W.E.
Director of the Physical Department
Young Men's Christian Association
Dayton, Ohio
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Eberhard, Charles E.
Director, Gymnasium
Boston Athletic Association
Boston
April 1901

Box OSB1
Ehinger, C.E.
Director, Physical Education
State Normal School of Pennsylvania
West Chester, Pennsylvania
14 April 1901

Box OSB1
Elkinton, Thomas
121 South 3rd. Street
Philadelphia
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Elsom, J.C., MD
Professor of Physical Culture and Director of the Gymnasium
University of Wisconsin
Madison
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Fallows, Edward H.
Law Offices, Carter & Fallows
New York, New York
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Fitzpatrick, Keene
Director, Waterman Gymnasium
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Foglesong, Nellie
Director
Dayton View Gymnasium
Dayton
17 April 1901

Box OSB1
Gammon, Montague
Principal
Rome Public Schools
Rome, Georgia
16 April 1901

Box OSB1
Garside, Martha
Instructor in Physical Training for Women
Pratt Institute
n.d.

Box OSB1
One letter signed by:
22 April 1901


Green, Grace G.
Instructor, Gymnastics
Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf


Box OSB1
Hunter, Marion D.
Instructor of Gymnastics
Pratt Institute


Box OSB1
Bush, Charlotte F.
Gymnastic Instructor
St. Catherine's Hall
Brooklyn, New York


Box OSB1
Hadley, Arthur T.
President's Office
Yale University
New Haven
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Hall, Carolyn Ladd, MD
Haverford, Pennsylvania
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Hall, Granville Stanley
President
Clark University
Worcester, Massachusetts
April 1901

Box OSB1
Harris, George
President
Amherst College
Amherst, Massachusetts
19 April 1901

Box OSB1
Harris, Wm.
Commissioner
Department of the Interior
Bureau of Education
Washington, DC
8 April 1901

Box OSB1
Helm, Joseph Raymond
Director, Physical Training
Young Men's Christian Union
Instructor, Dr. Savage Institute
New York
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Hermann, Ernst
Director of Physical Training
Massachusetts Hospital for Dipsomaniacs and Inebriates at Foxborough
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Hill, Lucille Eaton
Wellesley College
Massachusetts
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Howard, Amy Morris
Boston Normal School of Gymnastics
Huntington Avenue
Boston
17 April 1901

Box OSB1
Hopkins, Maude G.
Director of Physical Training
Drexel Institute of Art, Science, and Industry
Philadelphia
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Hughes, Laura A.C., MD
Female Medical Director of the "City of Boston Gymnasia" in Wards II and XIX
Department of Baths
Boston
May 31, 1901

Box OSB1
Hunter, Marion D.


Box OSB1
Note:
Hyne, Wm. [DeW.]
Bowdoin College
Brunswick, Maine
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Johnson, G.E.
Superintendent of Schools
Andover, Massachusetts
20 April 1901

Box OSB1
Jones, Mary Miller
Principal
The M.M. Jones School
Philadelphia
n.d.

Box OSB1
Judd, Charles H.
20 April 1901

Box OSB1
Kallenburg, H.F., MD
Associate Principal
Physical Department of the Secretarial Institute and Training School of Chicago
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Kinnicutt, W.H., MD
Physical Director
Young Men's Christian Association of Cleveland Ohio
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Lambeth, W.A., MD
Director of Fayerweather Gymnasium and Lecturer on Hygiene
University of Virginia
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Lawrence, Margaret Stanton
Director, Physical Training
Teacher's College
Columbia University
New York
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Leibold, Anton
Supervisor, Physical Culture
Public Schools
Columbus, Ohio
15 April 1901

Box OSB1
Leland, G.A. (AC 1874)
20 April 1901

Box OSB1
Levermore, Charles H.
President
Adelphi College
Brooklyn, New York
6 April 1901

Box OSB1
Lindley, E. Marguerite
Lecturer on Physical Economics
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Love, Edith Maclure
Director of Physical Training for Women
Indiana State Normal School
Terre Haute
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Lovett, Robert W., MD
President
Boston Society for the Advancement of Physical Education
Boston
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Low, Seth
President
Columbia University
New York
6 April 1901

Box OSB1
MacCracken, Henry Mitchell
Chancellor's Office
New York University
University Heights, New York
6 April 1901

Box OSB1
McCurdy, J.H., MD
Physiology of Exercise, Gymnastics, Athletics
International Young Men's Christian Association Training School
Springfield, Massachusetts
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
McKenzie, R. Tait, MD
Lecturer on Artistic Anatomy, Art Association, Medical Examiner and Instructor, Demonstrator of Anatomy,
McGill University, Montreal
President of the American Association of College Gymnasium Directors
Montreal
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Mills, A.G.
Vice President
Otis Elevator Company
New York
15 April 1901

Box OSB1
Morris, R. Anna
Special Teacher of Elocution and Physical Training in the Normal School and Supervisor of Physical Training in the Primary Grades of the Public Schools of
Cleveland, Ohio
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Morse, Richard C.
General Secretary
The International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations
New York
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Mosher, Elizabeth M.
Department of Literature, Science, and the Arts
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Mott, E.L.
Assistant Secretary
Young Women's Christian Association
Poughkeepsie, New York
9 April 1901

Box OSB1
[Moxous?], Philip Stafford
Pastor
South Church
Springfield, Massachusetts
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Mulliner, Mary Rees, MD
National Council, AAAPE
Secretary, Boston Physical Education Society
Vice-President, Boston Physical Education Society
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Narry, Hope Wentworth
Durant Gymnasium
Boston
15 April 1901

Box OSB1
Nelligan, Richard F.
Instructor, Gymnastics and Athletics, Pratt Gymnasium
Amherst College
Amherst, Massachusetts
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Otis, Edward O., MD
Boston
9 April 1901

Box OSB1
[Posse?], Baroness Rose
Director, Posse Gymnasium
Editor, Posse Gymnasium Journal
Boston
9 April 1901

Box OSB1
Potter, Mary Goddard
Director of Gymnasium
Young Women's Christian Association Brooklyn, New York
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Pritchard, Henry [S.?]
President
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Boston
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Raycroft, Joseph E.
Medical Examiner
Department of Physical Culture
University of Chicago
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Regna, M. Augusta, MD
Superintendent of Physical Education
Boroughs of Manhattan and the Bronx
New York
22 April 1901

Box OSB1
Richards, Eugene L.
Professor of Math
Director of the Yale Gymnasium
Yale University
New Haven
9 April 1901

Box OSB1
Rideout, Mel B.
Physical Director
Young Men's Christian Association of the City of Washington
Washington, DC
9 April 1901

Box OSB1
Rieder, Adolph
Physical Director
Germania Turnverein
20 April 1901

Box OSB1
Sargent, D.A.
Harvard University
Hemenway Gymnasium
Cambridge, Massachusetts
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Savage, Watson L.
President of the New York Normal School of Physical Education
Director of the Gymnasium
Columbia University
New York
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Scales, Carrie Louise
Newton, Massachusetts
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Schlick, Agnes
Teacher of Physical Culture
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Schulz, C.F.E.
Director, Physical Training
Public Schools of Baltimore
Maryland
16 April 1901

Box OSB1
Scott, John A.R.
Professor of Athletics and Director of the Gymnasium
Syracuse University
Syracuse, New York
n.d.

Box OSB1
Seaver, Jay W.
Associate Director of Yale Gymnasium
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Smith, Adela J.
Director, Gymnasium for Women and Children
Director of Physical Training, Y.W.C.A.
Passaic, New Jersey
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Spiegle, Grace E., MD
Teacher of Hygiene and Director of Physical Training
Philadelphia Normal School for Girls
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Spore, Nellie Amelia
Director of Physical Training
Mount Holyoke College
South Hadley, Massachusetts
n.d.

Box OSB1
[Stoneroad], Rebecca
Director
Physical Training, Public Schools
Washington, DC
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Suder, Henry
Director of Physical Training
[Jahn?] Physical Training Club
Chicago
20 April 1901

Box OSB1
Sullivan, J.E.
Secretary-Treasurer
Amateur Athletic Union of the United States
New York
17 April 1901

Box OSB1
Taylor, Dr. Henry Ling
New York
6 April 1901

Box OSB1
Thayer, Ada F.
Director of Physical Training
Department of Education
Syracuse, New York
10 April 1901

Box OSB1
Thompson, W. Grant
Disciplinarian and Physical Director
United States Indian Industrial School
Carlisle, Pennsylvania
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Towne, S.R., MD
President, Nebraska State AAAPE
Professor of Hygiene and State [Med]
Omaha Medical College
Nebraska
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Valdes, F.P.
Physical Director
High Schools of Charleston
South Carolina
12 April 1901

Box OSB1
Wallin, Mathilde K., MD
New York
13 April 1901

Box OSB1
Warner, Lucien C.
Chairman of the International Committee of the Young Men's Christian Associations of North America
New York
16 April 1901

Box OSB1
Zapp, Karl, MD
Instructor of Germania Turnverein and Jewish Orphan Asylum
Cleveland, Ohio
11 April 1901

Box OSB1
Gulick, Luther
Pratt Institute
Brooklyn, New York
11 Oct 1901

Box OSB1
Note:

(Letter to Dr. Hitchcock upon presentation of the bound volume)

Tyler, J.M. (AC 1873)
20 April 1901

Box OSB1
Note:

"Address of Professor J.M. Tyler of Amherst College at the dinner tendered to Doctor Edward Hitchcock..."

Appendix 3: LOVING CUP LETTERS SCRAPBOOK
Note

In the late spring 1899, the alumni undertook a campaign to raise funds to buy a loving cup for Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849). Many of the letters that accompanied those contributions were gathered and arranged in the volume loosely organized by Amherst class year, together with the presentation speech.

Note: The letters were written to Willard White (AC 1872), John M. Tyler (AC 1873), William O. Pratt (AC 1877), George Adams Leland (AC 1884), Paul C. Phillips (AC 1888), and William Seymour Tyler (AC 1895), who constituted the group raising funds, unless otherwise noted.

(The letters are listed in the order in which they appear in the volume; loose letters are listed separately.)

Bound in the volume:



Speech delivered by George A. Leland (AC 1874)
1899

Box 5: folder 17
Dean, Artemas (AC 1842) to W.S. Tyler
1899 Jun 22

Box 5: folder 17
Locke, Calvin S. (AC 1849) to Leland
1899 May 25

Box 5: folder 17
Dickinson, Marquis F. (AC 1862) to Leland
1899 May 24

Box 5: folder 17
Derby, Hasket (AC 1855) to Leland
1899 May 31

Box 5: folder 17
Leland to Marquis F. Dickinson (AC 1862), with reply on same letter from Dickinson
1899 May 29

Box 5: folder 17
Allen, Francis R. (AC 1865) to Leland
1899 May 26

Box 5: folder 17
Currier, Edward W. (AC 1865) to Phillips
1899 Jun 1

Box 5: folder 17
Saylor, Francis H. (AC 1865) to Phillips
1899 Jun 3

Box 5: folder 17
Cobb, William H. (AC 1867) to Leland
1899 Jun 3

Box 5: folder 17
Burnham, Michael (AC 1867) to Phillips
1899 May 24

Box 5: folder 17
Votaw, Elihu H. (AC 1869) to [H.B.] Richardson [AC 1869?]
1899 [May 5?]

Box 5: folder 17
Donald, Elijah W. (AC 1869) to Leland
1899 May 26

Box 5: folder 17
Childs, James H. (AC 1869) to [?]
1899 Jun 14

Box 5: folder 17
Holland, William J. (AC 1869) to Phillips
1899 Jun [2?]

Box 5: folder 17
Smith, Winthrop (AC 1869) to Phillips
1899 Jun 5

Box 5: folder 17
Allen, Charles H. (AC 1869) to Phillips
1899 May 27

Box 5: folder 17
Daniels, Charles H. (AC 1870) to [?]
n.d.

Box 5: folder 17
Bridgeman, Raymond L. (AC 1871) to [?] Tyler
1899 May 20

Box 5: folder 17
Ames, Charles H. (AC 1870) to Leland
1899 May 31

Box 5: folder 17
Thompson, Albert H. (AC 1872) to White
1899 May 24

Box 5: folder 17
Thompson, Albert H. (AC 1872) to [?]
[1899]

Box 5: folder 17
Dingwell, James (AC 1872) to Phillips
1899 Jun 9

Box 5: folder 17
[Benedict, Arthur J. (AC 1872)] to Phillips
[1899] Jun 2

Box 5: folder 17
[Hartwell, Edward M.] (AC 1873) to [?]
1899 Jun 21

Box 5: folder 17
Merrill, William C. (AC 1874) to Leland
1899 May 26

Box 5: folder 17
Leland to J.M. Tyler
1899 May 19

Box 5: folder 17
Dewey, Melvil (AC 1874) to W.S. Tyler
1899 Jun 22

Box 5: folder 17
Buffum, Charles A. (AC 1875) to Phillips
1899 Jun 3

Box 5: folder 17
Scoville, Frank C. (AC 1875) to Phillips
1899 May 30

Box 5: folder 17
Armstrong, Edward P. (AC 1875) to Phillips
1899 May 30

Box 5: folder 17
Brooks, Stephen D. (AC 1875) to Phillips
1899 Jun 1

Box 5: folder 17
Goodale, David W. (AC 1875) to [?]
1899 Jun 9

Box 5: folder 17
Tobey, Rufus B. (AC 1877) to Leland
1899 May 24

Box 5: folder 17
Kress, George (AC 1877) to "Classmate" [Pratt]
1899 May 29

Box 5: folder 17
Pearson, Arthur H. (AC 1877) to Pratt
1899 Jun 2

Box 5: folder 17
Coffran, Frank H. (AC 1877) to Pratt
1899 Jun 7

Box 5: folder 17
Mason, Alfred DeW. (AC 1877) to Pratt
1899 Jun 5

Box 5: folder 17
Pratt, William O. (AC 1877) to "Classmate," with reply on same letter from George L. Fowler (AC 1877)
1899 May 26

Box 5: folder 17
Weeden, William O. (AC 1877) to Pratt
1899 May 29

Box 5: folder 17
Robinson, Thomas (AC 1872) to Phillips
1899 Jun 4

Box 5: folder 17
Mossman, Walter B. (AC 1878) to [?], fragment
[1899]

Box 5: folder 17
Whipple, George N. (AC 1878) to Leland
1899 Jun 21

Box 5: folder 17
Kelly, Arthur W. (AC 1879) to Leland
1899 May 26

Box 5: folder 17
Bemis, Albion F. (AC 1880) to Phillips
1899 May 18

Box 5: folder 17
Cummings, George H. (AC 1880) Phillips
1899 Jun 5

Box 5: folder 17
Knowlton, William A. (AC 1881) to Phillips
1899 Jun 13

Box 5: folder 17
Murphy, Starr J. (AC 1881) to J.M. Tyler
1899 May 29

Box 5: folder 17
Abbott, Lawrence F. (AC 1881) to Phillips
1899 May 27

Box 5: folder 17
Woodward, Rufus S. (AC 1881) to Leland
1899 May 25

Box 5: folder 17
Kemp, James F. (AC 1881) to Phillips
1899 Jun 7

Box 5: folder 17
Parsons, Frank H. (AC 1881) to Phillips
1899 Jun 1

Box 5: folder 17
Wells, Edwin P. (AC 1881) to Phillips
1899 Jun 10

Box 5: folder 17
Whitehead, Jacob P. (AC 1882) to Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849)
1899 Jul 18

Box 5: folder 17
Dakin, Arthur H. (AC 1884) to Leland
1899 Jun 8

Box 5: folder 17
Kelsey, Charles E. (AC 1884) to Leland
1899 May 31

Box 5: folder 17
Galloway, Tod B. (AC 1885) to Charles R. Fay (AC 1890), with note on same letter from Fay to Phillips
1899 May 25

Box 5: folder 17
Jones, Charles A. (AC 1885) to W.S. Tyler
1899 Jun 21

Box 5: folder 17
Fallows, Edward H. (AC 1886) to Phillips
1899 May 22

Box 5: folder 17
Smith, Luther E. (AC 1894)
[1899]

Box 5: folder 17
Chard, James A. (AC 1892) to J.M. Tyler
1899 Jun 26

Box 5: folder 17
Willard, Thomas C. (AC 1887) to J.M. Tyler
1899 May 22

Box 5: folder 17
Pratt, Frederick B. (AC 1887] to Phillips
1899 May 19

Box 5: folder 17
Sibley, Charles A. (AC 1887) to J.M. Tyler
1899 May 20

Box 5: folder 17
Mallon, George B. (AC 1887) to [J.M.] Tyler
1899 May 20

Box 5: folder 17
Coombs, Zelotes W. (1888) to "Shorty" [Phillips]
1899 May 26

Box 5: folder 17
Hartwell, Shattuck O. (AC 1888) to "Classmates," with note on same letter from Wilson H. Perine (AC 1888) to "Shorty" Phillips
1899 May 22

Box 5: folder 17
Watkins, Royal P. (AC 1889) to J.M. Tyler
[1899]

Box 5: folder 17
Smalley, Walter C. (AC 1892) to Leland
1899 Jun 19

Box 5: folder 17
Tibbets, George P. (AC 1885) to Phillips
1899 Jun 12

Box 5: folder 17
Pratt, Herbert L. (AC 1895) to "Billy"
1899 Jun 23

Box 5: folder 17
List of donors to the loving cup, includes names, class years, and dates of letters
1899 May-Jul

Box 5: folder 17
Loose letters:



Tyler, W.S. to Leland
[1899]

Box 5: folder 16
Savage, Watson L. (AC 1882) to Phillips
[1899]

Box 5: folder 16
Tyler, J.M. to "Doctor"
1899 May 18

Box 5: folder 16
Tyler, J.M. to Arthur H. Dakin (AC 1884), with annotation from Dakin
1899 May 20

Box 5: folder 16
Bancroft, Edward E. (AC 1883) to Leland
1899 May 24

Box 5: folder 16
Dyer, Almon J. (AC 1883) to Leland
1899 May 24

Box 5: folder 16
Tucker, Herbert A. (AC 1882) to "Doctor"
[1899] May 26

Box 5: folder 16
Wheeler, Willard H. (AC 1884) to Leland (telegram)
1899 Jun 5

Box 5: folder 16
Tyler, W.S. to Leland
1899 Jun 5

Box 5: folder 16
Dakin, Arthur H. (AC 1884) to Leland
1899 Jun 6

Box 5: folder 16
Todd, David P. (AC 1875) to Leland
1899 Jun 6

Box 5: folder 16
Wheeler, Willard H. (AC 1884) to Leland
1899 Jun 6

Box 5: folder 16
Tyler, W.S. to Leland
1899 Jun 12

Box 5: folder 16
Phillips to Leland
1899 Jul 2

Box 5: folder 16
Tyler, J.M. to Leland
1899 Jun 17

Box 5: folder 16
Todd, David P. (AC 1875) to Leland
1899 Jun 19

Box 5: folder 16
Todd, David P. (AC 1875) to Leland
1899 Jun 21

Box 5: folder 16
Tyler, J.M. to Leland
1899 Jun 22

Box 5: folder 16
Tyler, J.M. to Leland (telegram)
1899 Jun 22

Box 5: folder 16

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Subjects
  • Amherst College--Faculty--Sources.
  • Amherst College--History.
  • Anthropometry.
  • Hitchcock family.
  • Hitchcock, Albert White, 1874-
  • Hitchcock, Caroline, 1857-1944.
  • Hitchcock, Edward, 1828-1911.
  • Hitchcock, Edward, 1854-
  • Hitchcock, Edward, Mrs., 1831-
  • Hitchcock, Jane, 1863-1939.
  • Hitchcock, John S., 1869-1928.
  • Hitchcock, Lucy, 1861-1940.
  • Judson family.
  • Physical education and training--Massachusetts--Amherst.
  • Spanish-American War, 1898--Sources.

Contributors
  • Amherst College. Class of 1849. Hitchcock.
  • Amherst College. Class of 1889. Hitchcock.
  • Hitchcock family.
  • Hitchcock, Albert White, 1874-
  • Hitchcock, Caroline, 1857-1944.
  • Hitchcock, Jane, 1863-1939.
  • Hitchcock, John S., 1869-1928.
  • Hitchcock, Lucy, 1861-1940.
  • Judson family.


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