Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Clarence P. Cowles was born in Albany, Vermont on August 30th, 1875, and continued to practice law in Burlington until his death in 1963. The collection contains correspondence, writings of C.P. Cowles, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks and memorabilia.
The David Budbill papers contain both personal and professional papers of the Vermont poet, author, playwright, and musician.
Frances Parkinson Keyes (July 21, 1885 - July 3, 1970) was one of the best-known authors of her time. The Frances Parkinson Keyes Papers consist of 13 cartons of materials from 1898 to 1972. The Papers are arranged into four series: Correspondence, Early Writings, Manuscripts, and Personal Materials.
The bulk of the collection documents Neiburg's literary works.
Collection consists of the typescripts of Stoddard's writings about notable Vermonters "Snowflake" Bentley (Wilson Bentley), Henry Leland, and Calvin Coolidge and Grace Coolidge. Maples and maple sugaring are also covered as a topic alongside more general articles printed in publications for children.
The Harris W. Soule Papers are made up almost entirely of materials relating to his book, Northwoods Tales and Unusual Recipes. Included are manuscripts, typescripts and printer's galleys of the work, as well as correspondence with publishers, prospective buyers and reviewers.
The collection includes a few folders of Jackmanfamily material, but the majority of the papers relate to Mrs. Jackman's work on the history of Corinth, Vermont.
Collection contains correspondence; diaries; and notes, lectures, sermons, and essays on the subjects of Geology, History, Science, Philosophy, and Religion documenting the career and thought of UVM Geology professor and Congregational minister in Vermont, John B. Perry, who was a major figure in the field of Geology at the time.
Artist, lawyer, ironmonger, muscian, architect, theologian and first Episcopal Bishop of Vermont, John Henry Hopkins was born in Dublin, Ireland on January 22, 1792. The John H. Hopkins Family Papers consist largely of miscellaneous manuscripts of Bishop Hopkins and his great-granddaughter, Edith Hopkins.