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King Papers, 1880-1967 (Bulk: 1895-1967)
26 archives boxes, 1 record storage box, 1 flat box (14.5 linear ft.)

Abstract:
Former Amherst College President. Correspondence, speeches, articles, scrapbooks, awards, photographs and other materials documenting his personal and professional life and that of his wife, Margaret P. Jackson King. Correspondents include Newton D. Baker, Ernest M. Hopkins, Felix Frankfurter and Frederick J. E. Woodbridge.

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Biographical Note

Stanley King (AC 1903) was born in 1883 to Judge Henry Amasa (AC 1873) and Maria Lyon (Flynt) King in Troy, New York. He attended Springfield (Mass.) High School and entered Amherst College in 1900 with the Class of 1903. As an undergraduate he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and Phi Beta Kappa. After earning a degree from Harvard Law School (completing the course in the abnormally short space of two years), he was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1906. He held a variety of executive positions with the W. H. McElwain Company, shoe manufacturers in Boston, from 1906 to 1922. In business he demonstrated great skill at settling labor disputes. During World War I, King served first as a member of the Council of National Defense, and in October 1917 he was appointed Confidential Clerk to the Secretary of War, functioning as an advisor to Secretary of War Newton Baker on business matters. King remained in government service through mid-1919 before returning to the McElwain Company. In 1921 he became a trustee of Amherst College. From 1922 to 1927 he was Eastern Manager and Director of the International Shoe Company, Boston. In 1927 he retired from business. In 1932, after traveling extensively for several years, King was appointed the 11th President of Amherst College - the first in the institution's history to have been neither a minister nor educator.

As President of Amherst, King was instrumental in developing the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., into one of the most important libraries of its kind. He was also took a great interest in the buildings and grounds of the Amherst campus: the College recovered from the destruction caused by a major hurricane in 1938 by the introduction of new landscaping and the unprecedented construction of new buildings. Under King's administration the campus saw the addition of such buildings as Alumni Gymnasium, Valentine Hall, Memorial Field, Kirby Theatre, James and Stearns dormitories, and the Mead Art Building. In the 1930s, President King led the College through the crisis of the Great Depression by achieving financial solutions that enabled Amherst to avoid annual deficits or reductions in salary. The disruptions of World War II, 1941-1945, were handled with similar effectiveness with a long-range focus on developing a "New Curriculum" for the College to meet modern post-war needs.

After retiring as President in 1946, he was President Emeritus until his death in 1951. Stanley King was the author of several books: Recollections of the Folger Shakespeare Library (1950); A History of the Endowment of Amherst College (1950); and "The Consecrated Eminence": The Story of the Campus and Buildings of Amherst College (1952). Upon his death in 1951, Stanley King was survived by his wife, Mrs. Margaret Pinckney Jackson King (whom he married in 1927), a son Richard King (AC 1935), and a daughter, Gertrude King. (Stanley King's first wife, Gertrude, died in 1923.)

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Correspondence, speeches, articles, scrapbooks, awards, photographs and other materials docu-menting the personal and professional life of Stanley King and his wife Margaret P. Jackson King. Correspondence includes chiefly personal letters to and from King during his business career, 1914-1929, and presidency of Amherst College, 1932-1951; also correspondence related to his work as special assistant to the Secretary of War, 1917-1919. Correspondents include Newton D. Baker, Ernest M. Hopkins, Felix Frankfurter and Frederick J. E. Woodbridge. Amherst College materials include speeches, reports and articles (many published in the Alumni Council News), and correspondence related to King's publications. Personal papers include boyhood letters; scrapbooks; diaries of travel and undergraduate years, 1896-1919; genealogical information; drawn portraits; and photographs. Notes from Gertrude Besse Toll are included as well, in Series 8, with some contextual information. Mrs. King's papers include family correspondence, an oral history interview, and records related to the Kings' private residence on Lincoln Avenue in Amherst.


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Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to the Stanley King Papers for research use. Particularly fragile items are restricted for preservation purposes.

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.

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[Identification of item], in Stanley King (AC 1903) Papers [Box #, Folder #], Amherst College Archives and Special Collections, Amherst College Library

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Robert Frost Library
PO Box 5000
Amherst, MA 01002-5000

Phone: (413) 542-2299
Fax: (413) 542-2692

Email Reference Form: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives/askus
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Language
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Encoding funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Contents List
Section 1: CORRESPONDENCE,
1914-1967


Personal Correspondence



From Europe
1914-1916

Box 1: folder 1
From Africa
1928

Box 1: folder 1
From Asia
1929

Box 1: folder 1
From abroad
1928-1929

Box 1: folder 2
From King to friends: A-Z


Box 1: folder 3
To and from Felix Frankfurter


Box 1: folder 4
To and from Ernest M. Hopkins


Box 1: folder 5
To King: A-Z


Box 1: folder 6
Business Correspondence - Non-Amherst College



To and from Newton D. Baker and Ralph Hayes (re: Baker)


Box 1: folder 7
To and from War Department and Newton D. Baker


Box 1: folder 8
From the government containing offers to go to Washington


Box 1: folder 9
Correspondence - Amherst College



To and from Frederick J.E. Woodbridge


Box 2: folder 1
Miscellaneous


Box 2: folder 2
Miscellaneous


Box 2: folder 3
Miscellaneous


Box 2: folder 4
Meiklejohn honorary degree


Box 2: folder 5
Second Century Fund - new committee


Box 2: folder 6
Second Century Fund


Box 3: folder 1
Mead Art Building


Box 3: folder 2
Letters from Margaret R. Emerson


Box 3: folder 3
Library correspondence


Box 3: folder 4
Congratulatory letters on election to Presidency of Amherst College: A-B
1932

Box 3: folder 5
Congratulatory letters on election to Presidency of Amherst College: C-E
1932

Box 3: folder 6
Congratulatory letters on election to Presidency of Amherst College: F-G
1932

Box 3: folder 7
Congratulatory letters on election to Presidency of Amherst College: H-L
1932

Box 3: folder 8
Congratulatory letters on election to Presidency of Amherst College: M-O
1932

Box 4: folder 1
Congratulatory letters on election to Presidency of Amherst College: P-R
1932

Box 4: folder 2
Congratulatory letters on election to Presidency of Amherst College: S-T
1932

Box 4: folder 3
Congratulatory letters on election to Presidency of Amherst College: V-W
1932

Box 4: folder 4
Committee for a New President: A-D


Box 4: folder 5
Committee for a New President: E-H


Box 4: folder 6
Committee for a New President: K-M


Box 4: folder 7
Committee for a New President: N-V


Box 5: folder 1
Committee for a New President: W


Box 5: folder 2
Congratulatory letters on ten years of service to Amherst College


Box 5: folder 3
Congratulatory letters on speeches during administration: A-B


Box 5: folder 4
Congratulatory letters on speeches during administration: C-E (includes letter from Calvin Coolidge)


Box 5: folder 5
Congratulatory letters on speeches during administration: F-H


Box 5: folder 6
Congratulatory letters on speeches during administration: J-L


Box 5: folder 7
Congratulatory letters on speeches during administration: M-N


Box 5: folder 8
Congratulatory letters on speeches during administration: O-R


Box 6: folder 1
Congratulatory letters on speeches during administration: S-T


Box 6: folder 2
Congratulatory letters on speeches during administration: V-W


Box 6: folder 3
Letters concerning retirement: A-C


Box 6: folder 4
Letters concerning retirement: D-F


Box 6: folder 5
Letters concerning retirement: G-J


Box 6: folder 6
Letters concerning retirement: K-M


Box 6: folder 7
Letters concerning retirement: N-R


Box 6: folder 8
Letters concerning retirement: S-Z


Box 6: folder 9
Letters of condolence on death: A-K


Box 6: folder 10
Letters of condolence on death: L-Z


Box 6: folder 11
Telegrams of condolence


Box 6: folder 12
Letters concerning death of Mrs. King


Box 6: folder 13
Section 2: MANUSCRIPT SPEECHES,
1920-1951


Worksheets for various speeches


Box 7: folder 1
College buildings ? typescript


Box 7: folder 2
College life ? typescript


Box 7: folder 3
College administration ? typescript


Box 7: folder 4
Speeches
1920?1931

Box 7: folder 5
Speeches
1932?1934

Box 7: folder 6
Speeches (bound volume)
1932?1934

Box 7: folder 7
Speeches
1935

Box 8: folder 1
Speeches
1936?1937

Box 8: folder 2
Speeches
1938?1939

Box 8: folder 3
Speeches
1940?1941

Box 8: folder 4
Speeches
1942?1943

Box 8: folder 5
Speeches
1944?1945

Box 8: folder 6
Speeches
1946?1951

Box 8: folder 7
Report to Board of Trustees on Trustee Minutes


Box 8: folder 8
Program of American Academy of Political Science dinner
1933 Nov

Box 8: folder 9
Prayer and blessing often used by President King


Box 8: folder 10
Poem to Harry deForest Smith by President King,
1939 Sep

Box 8: folder 11
Report to Board of Trustees
1934 Oct 2

Box 8: folder 12
"Problem of Evil," undergraduate thesis for Prof. Garman


Box 8: folder 13
Section 3: PUBLISHED SPEECHES AND ARTICLES,
1929-1950


"Odd Chapter," Autobiographical material
n.d.

Box 9: folder 1
Amherst Alumni Council News, Vol. II, No. 6, "Address by Stanley King"
1929 Jul

Box 9: folder 2
Amherst Alumni Council News, Vol. VI, No. 4, "President King's Inaugural Address"
1933 Mar

Box 9: folder 2
Amherst Alumni Council News, Supplement 2 to Vol. VI, No. 4, "Educating Your Son" (7 copies)
1933 Mar

Box 9: folder 2
Amherst Alumni Council News, Vol. VII, No. 2, "Address"
1933 Dec

Box 9: folder 2
Amherst Alumni Council News, Vol. VIII, No. 2, "Address"
1934 Dec

Box 9: folder 2
Amherst Alumni Council News, Vol. XX, No.2, "Address"
1946 Dec

Box 9: folder 2
"The Organization of Industry and Labor," reprint from the Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science, Vol. VIII, No. 3 (4 copies)
1939 May

Box 9: folder 3
"Unemployment Reserves and Insurance Programs," reprint from the Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science (2 copies)
1934

Box 9: folder 4
"In Praise of Politicians," reprint from the American Scholar (7 copies)
1934 Jan

Box 9: folder 5
Report of the President to the Board of Trustees (4 complete sets)
1933?1946

Box 9: folder 6
Speeches and dedications of Johnson Chapel, Frank L. Babbott Room, and Harold J. Pratt Pool


Box 9: folder 7
Address delivered on the 40th anniversary of the pastorate of the Rev. Edwin Bradford Robinson
1942 Feb 22

Box 9: folder 8
"A Trustee of Amherst College" (on Dwight Morrow), pages from the Amherst Graduate's Quarterly


Box 9: folder 9
"Some problems of college administration" (printed pamphlet), address delivered at Williams College (6 copies)
1936 Feb 22

Box 9: folder 10
Amherst College Chapel Talk
1935 Oct 7

Box 9: folder 11
"Recollections of the Folger Shakespeare Library," (printed pamphlet), published for the Trustees of Amherst College, Cornell University Press
1950

Box 9: folder 12
Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science, vol. XVIII, no. 3, "The Organization of Industry and Labor for War"
May 1939

Box 9: folder 13
Section 4: CORRESPONDENCE CONCERNING PUBLICATIONS,
1950-1955


Sub-Section A: Books by King



Consecrated Eminence ? orders


Box 10: folder 1
Consecrated Eminence ? correspondence


Box 10: folder 2
Consecrated Eminence ? correspondence concerning free distribution of book


Box 10: folder 3
Recollections of the Folger Shakespeare Library - correspondence


Box 10: folder 4
A History of the Endowment of Amherst College ? correspondence (See pamphlet box 24 for copy of book sent to Arthur Stanley Pease)


Box 10: folder 5
A History of the Endowment of Amherst College, Recollections of the Folger Shakespeare Library ? acknowledgements


Box 10: folder 6
Sub-Section B: Books about King



Stanley King of Amherst by Claude M. Fuess ? correspondence


Box 11: folder 1
Letters to Claude M. Fuess about King


Box 11: folder 2
Stanley King of Amherst ? misc. correspondence


Box 11: folder 3
Stanley King of Amherst ? letters about King


Box 11: folder 4
Stanley King of Amherst ? thank you letters to Mrs. King


Box 11: folder 5
Stanley King of Amherst ? correspondence


Box 11: folder 6
Stanley King of Amherst ? business arrangements


Box 11: folder 7
Stanley King of Amherst ? contracts (See pamphlet box 24 for copy of book sent to Arthur Stanley Pease)


Box 11: folder 8
Section 5: AMHERST LIFE,
1895-1952


Inauguration ? programs, Inaugural address, newspapers clippings, etc.


Box 11: folder 9
Inauguration ? Amherst Graduate's Quarterly; Amherst Alumni Council News (bound issues)
1932-1933

Box 11: folder 10
Newspaper clippings ? press releases from Amherst College


Box 11: folder 11
Newspaper clippings


Box 12: folder 1
Newspaper clippings


Box 12: folder 2
Newspaper clippings


Box 12: folder 3
Newspaper clippings about Gertrude King (S.K.'s daughter)


Box 12: folder 4
Scrapbook with newspaper clippings


Box 12: folder 5
Scrapbooks with newspaper clippings
1932-1934, n.d.

Box 13: folder 1
Scrapbook with newspaper clippings
1941

Box 14: folder 1
Notebooks and diaries ? bound volumes of handwritten poetry quotations


Box 14: folder 1
Notebooks and diaries: notes on trip to Pacific Coast, 1899; diary of trip to Pacific Coast and Alaska, 1899; diary of a trip to Europe, 1901; guidebook to Southern California, 1899
1899-1901

Box 15: folder 1
Diary of a trip to Europe, 1919; diary of trip to Washington, 1900; diary, 1896; diary, 1915; diary, 1897
1896-1919

Box 15: folder 2
Amherst College undergraduate years diary, 1900?1901; cash accounts ? expenses at Amherst College 1900?1903; book record (of books read); vacation notes, 1897
1897-1903

Box 15: folder 3
Notepad belonging to King


Box 15: folder 4
Scrapbook of Amherst College undergraduate years
ca. 1899-1903

Box 15a: folder 4
Passports


Box 16: folder 1
Family birthday lists and birth certificates


Box 16: folder 2
Information about family portraits


Box 16: folder 3
Notes on King genealogy


Box 16: folder 4
Two notebooks compiled by King on family genealogy


Box 16: folder 5
The Family by Stanley King ? bound volume about King's relatives (2 copies)
1950

Box 16: folder 6
Address in memory of William Norcross Flynt (relative of King) by Rev. F.S. Hatch
1895

Box 16: folder 7
Awards and tributes to King: honorary degrees


Box 16: folder 8
L.L.D. from Mass. State College: Awards and tributes to King:


Box 17: folder 1
Awards and tributes to King: gift from Trustees
1942

Box 17: folder 2
Awards and tributes to King gift from Faculty
1942

Box 17: folder 3
Awards and tributes to King
1942

Box 17: folder 4
Awards and tributes to King
1952

Box 17: folder 5
Charities: general


Box 17: folder 6
Charities: Boston Atheneum


Box 17: folder 7
Charities: Caney Creek Community Center


Box 17: folder 8
Charities: Trustees of Reservations


Box 17: folder 9
Charities: Trustees of Public Reservations


Box 17: folder 10
Clubs and Associations: Association of Owners of Lowlands and Meadows around Chilimark Pond


Box 17: folder 11
Clubs and Associations: Harvard Law School Alumni


Box 17: folder 12
Clubs and Associations: Doshisha University, Amherst Savings Bank, Monson Academy


Box 17: folder 13
Clubs and Associations: Delta Kappa Epsilon, Lake Placid Club, The Pilgrims, Hudson Bay Records Society


Box 17: folder 14
Faculty Party
1933

Box 18: folder 1
Faculty Party
1934

Box 18: folder 2
Faculty Party
1935

Box 18: folder 3
Faculty Party
1936

Box 18: folder 4
Faculty Party: Ms. of "Murder in the Kitchen"
1937

Box 18: folder 5
Faculty Party
1933

Box 18: folder 6
Faculty Party
1939

Box 18: folder 7
Faculty Party
1940

Box 18: folder 3
Articles about King: Amherst Alumni Council News, May 1932, "The Presidency," (5 copies); University Club News, Nov. 1932, "Alma Mater, a word portrait of Amherst's new President"
1932

Box 18: folder 9
Program of a meeting of the Taylor Society at which King was a speaker
1933

Box 18: folder 10
Program of 4th Annual Conference on Current Problems
1934

Box 18: folder 11
Programs of events in which King participated
1938?1945

Box 18: folder 12
Photographs of King, including boyhood


Box 18: folder 13
Photographs of King and also of his second wife, Margaret King


Box 18: folder 14
Photographs of King, one photograph of his first wife, Gertrude Besse King, and children


Box 19: folder 1
Photographs of King


Box 19: folder 2
Photograph album: early snapshots


Box 19: folder 3
Photograph album: oversize pictures concerning Amherst College


Box 19: folder 4
Photograph album: trips to Nile and South America; small framed photograph of King; photograph album of oversize pictures of Mr. and Mrs. King; two photograph albums of color snapshots, mostly of Kings' home (post-Amherst)


Box 20: folder 1
Kodacolor slides and color snapshots of Kings' summer and winter homes; Kodak slide viewer


Box 21: folder 1
Section 6: RESIGNATION FROM AMHERST COLLEGE AND DEATH,
1944-1951


"Minutes" of Trustees, Faculty, and Alumni on Kings resignation; copies of Student and Alumni Council News announcing resignation


Box 21: folder 2
Memorial tributes to King


Box 21: folder 3
Speech by Charles W. Cole about King at his death, Johnson Chapel (original plus 13 copies)
1951

Box 21: folder 4
"Stanley King" by Charles W. Cole, reprint from Amherst Alumni News (10 copies)
1951 May

Box 21: folder 5
"A Tribute to Stanley King" by George F. Whicher (10 copies)


Box 21: folder 6
"Minute adopted at Meeting of the Board of Trustees, ? 'Stanley King'" (15 copies; including one leather bound)
1951 June 9

Box 21: folder 7
Amherst Student Memorial Issue to King, June 9, 1951 (11 copies); Amherst Student Extra, April 28, 1951 (4 copies)
1951

Box 22: folder 1
Rubbings of Stanley King memorial stone on Martha's Vineyard by Charles Rogers; snapshot of memorial stone


Box 22: folder 2
Section 7: MRS. KING,
1922-1962


Report by Margaret King on campus planting


Box 22: folder 3
Correspondence re retirement


Box 22: folder 4
Transcript of recorded conversation between Margaret King and Horace Hewlett, secretary of the College


Box 22: folder 5
Report of Margaret King as Alumnae trustee of Vassar


Box 22: folder 6
Article by Margaret Pinckney Allen (Mrs. King) entitled "Adjectivity" in The Trend
1922 Sep

Box 22: folder 7
Miscellaneous correspondence to Mrs. King


Box 22: folder 8
Personal letters to Mrs. King
1932?1946

Box 22: folder 9
Correspondence with Mrs. King's family (relatives)


Box 22: folder 10
Correspondence concerning Mrs. King's death


Box 22: folder 11
Correspondence concerning Mrs. King's death


Box 22: folder 12
King house on Lincoln Avenue, Amherst (former Joshua Crosby House, Enfield, Mass.) - Correspondence, receipts, etc. [Acc. # 79-029]
1937-1962

Box 22a: folder 1
King House on Lincoln Avenue, Amherst - Correspondence, receipts, etc. [Acc. # 79-029]
1936-1948

Box 22a: folder 2
King House on Lincoln Avenue, Amherst [Acc. # 79-029]
1939-1948

Box 22a: folder 3
King House on Lincoln Avenue, Amherst [Acc. # 79-029]
1936-1954

Box 22a: folder 4
King house on Lincoln Ave., Amherst; photograph of house


Box 23: folder 1
Section 8: IMAGES ca.
1880-1960


Sub-Section A: Stanley King



Framed Picture of King with Amherst Trustees
1933

Box 23: folder 1
Stanley King and Sister Carrie
ca. 1880

Box 23: folder 2
Stanley King, assorted
n.d

Box 23: folder 3
Stanley King, sitting - mounted photograph
n.d

Box 23: folder 4
Stanley King's parents, grandfather
n.d.

Box 23: folder 5
Stanley King, portraits
n.d.

Box 23: folder 6
Stanley King w/ children
[1922]

Box 23: folder 7
Sub-Section B: Gertrude Louisa Besse King



Gertrude's Children
n.d

Box 23: folder 8
Stanley King, and Gertrude King, formal,
n.d.

Box 23: folder 9
Gertrude, graduation


Box 23: folder 9
Stanley King, and Gertrude King, with dog
n.d

Box 23: folder 10
Sub-Section C: Margaret Allen King



Assorted Materials - photograph album, mounted and loose photographs
n.d.

Box 23: folder 11
Salt Meadows, Stanley's Boulder, and Margaret
n.d.

Box 23: folder 12
Sub-Section D: Photograph Albums



African Honeymoon
n.d.

Box 23: folder 13
Amherst Images
n.d

Box 23: folder 14
Egypt and the Sudan
1929 Jan

Box 23: folder 15
Family photo album #1 , with items on King's appointment to the Amherst presidency
ca.1927-1935

Box 23: folder 16
Family photo album #2
ca.1950-1960

Box 23: folder 17
Ivan and Boris, Sharon house, Ferry to Mt.Vernon, pets, postcards, house on Dedham - photographs, postcards
n.d.

Box 23: folder 18
Japan, Honeymoon
1928

Box 23: folder 19
Kobe-Saigon, scrapbook
n.d.

Box 23: folder 20
Out of Marseille to the Grand Canyon
1928

Box 23: folder 21
Salt Meadows - mounted photographs
ca.1931

Box 23: folder 22
Salt Meadows, Chilmark, Martha's Vineyard - photographs
n.d.

Box 23: folder 23
South Beach at Chilmark, scrapbook
n.d

Box 23: folder 24
Stanley King, camping
ca.1930

Box 23: folder 25
Stanley King, scrapbook
ca.1925-1930

Box 23: folder 26
Summer at Chilmark
1928

Box 23: folder 27
Switzerland, honeymoon
1927

Box 23: folder 28
Switzerland
1927

Box 23: folder 29
Section 9: MISCELLANEOUS,
ca. 1895-1933


Letters to King's father, Henry A. King, from school principal about Stanley's work in high school
ca. 1899-1900

Box 24: folder 2
Class Day exercises, Springfield High School (3 copies)
1900

Box 24: folder 3
Three letters from King to his father
1895

Box 24: folder 4
Biographical material


Box 24: folder 5
Genealogical material: letter from SK's grandmother on the birth; genealogical chart by SK as a boy; notes entitled "The Family," written by SK
1883-1950

Box 24: folder 5a
Correspondence concerning King's health


Box 24: folder 6
King's gifts to Amherst College


Box 24: folder 7
List of King's books in North College library


Box 24: folder 8
Pamphlet on Johnson's Bookstore in Springfield where King worked as a boy


Box 24: folder 9
Amherst Honorary degrees ? history


Box 24: folder 10
Massachusetts Commission for Stabilization of Employment - correspondence, preliminary report, final report


Box 24: folder 11
Framed picture of King and Trustees
1933

Box 24: folder 12
History of the Endowment of Amherst College by Stanley King. Copy sent to Arthur Stanley Pease.
1950

Box 25: folder 1
Stanley King of Amherst by Claude Fuess. Copy sent to Arthur Stanley Pease
1955

Box 25: folder 2

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Subjects
  • Amherst College -- History -- Sources
  • Amherst College -- Presidents
  • Amherst College. Class of 1903. King.
  • Baker, Newton Diehl, 1871-1937
  • College presidents
  • Folger Shakespeare Library
  • Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965
  • Hopkins, Ernest Martin, 1877-1964
  • King, Margaret P.
  • King, Stanley, 1883-1951
  • United States. War Dept.
  • W.H. McElwain Co.
  • Woodbridge, Frederick James Eugene, 1867-1940
  • World War, 1914-1918


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