Found in 139 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains correspondence, essays by Bailey, legal briefs and notes, newspaper clippings, and a large body of title abstracts.
The collection contains letters from Henry Hitchcock to his friend John Norton Pomeroy in Burlington, Vermont. Hitchcock was a Vermonter who immigrated to Alabama and built a successful law and business career; he became Alabama's first Secretary of State, first Attorney General, and Chief Justice. Pomeroy was a lawyer and politician who worked with George Perkins Marsh to erect a monument to Ethan Allen in Burlington.
Collection consists of correspondence from Gramling to his wife for a period before they were married then later, for a period when he was in training and serving overseas during World War I. He did not see any combat action.
Henry Lewis Chase was born on September 9, 1832 in Westford, VT, attended Andover Theological Seminary, and was a congregational minister. The collection consists of correspondence from family and friends from the dates of December 10, 1860 to September 25, 1891.
The Herbert Wheaton Congdon Papers at UVM consist of six cartons, one box and hundreds of photographs and notecards. Much of the collection relates to Congdon's part in the Old Buildings Project and his later, individual work on early Vermont buildings. There are also papers, maps, glass slides and photos from Congdon's work on the Long Trail and the Green Mountain Club, as well as 36 volumes of his diaries and a typescript of his unpublished 1400-page autobiography.
Wriston wrote books for children. Collection includes correspondence, drafts of books and articles, printed material, and newspaper clippings.