Class of 1922 Earle E. Haskins scrapbook, 1918-1922
Scope and Contents
Memory and fellowship book published by the College Memory Book Company, compiled by Earle E. Haskins, Middlebury College class of 1922 for the years 1918-1922. Contains ephemera from his four years at Middlebury, including letters, lyrics to popular songs, sports paraphernalia, photographs of campus buildings, and materials related to patriotism and the war effort. Some of these items pertain to Middlebury's Students' Army Training Corps, of which Haskins was a part until its demobilization. Realia include stockings and a hat, as well as a series of pencils with which Haskins took all of his final exams.
Biographical / Historical
Earle E. Haskins, son of Alfred C. and Mary Ann (Webb) Haskins, was born in Brownville, ME. He prepared for college in Bradford, VT, and was awarded a scholarship at Middlebury College in 1918. He served in the S.A.T.C. while at Middlebury, and graduated in 1922. After graduating he went on to graduate study at the Harvard school of Education and Boston University College of Business Administration, and later to teach at a number of schools in New England. He married Marie W. Browning in 1925, and died in Malden, MA in 1986.
1 Box : Shelf 28 Box #62
Language of Materials
B3 3 Shelf 28, Box 62