World War, 1914-1918
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Camp Grant World War I letters, October-November, 1917
Five holograph letters dated October-November, 1917, written by "Will" at Camp Grant in Rockford, Illinois, to his sister during World War I. The letters describe life in bootcamp, construction work on Camp Grant, and Will's involvement in a music band.
Class of 1919 Helen Sophia Stilphen scrapbook, 1915-1919
Class of 1920 Solymn Miner scrapbook, 1916-1920
"Book of Friends" (info about fellow students); Kappa Delta Rho; WWI; campus buildings; commencement; junior prom; academic records
Class of 1922 Earle E. Haskins scrapbook, 1918-1922
Edward Honan World War I letters, 1916-1917
Two holograph letters dated February 23, 1916 and December 12, 1917, written by Edward M. Honan to his sister Esther Honan in Lebanon, Indiana. The letters were sent from the University of Michigan and Camp Taylor, Kentucky, respectively, and discuss Honan's thoughts on the United States' preparedness to enter World War I, life at Camp Taylor, holiday plans, and make mention of General Leonard Wood and Admiral Robert Peary, the Arctic explorer.
Hunt, Amy May (Class of 1924), and Carolyn Julia Griffith (Class of 1924), June 4, 1994
Kasper, Joseph (Class of 1920, trustee), August 6, 1974
1 interview with Joseph Kasper. Kasper discusses faculty-student relations; Storrs Lee; student council; Mr. Hepburn; how he wanted to leave college to work; how he came back to Middlebury; Professor Stevens; Jewish discrimination; religious diversity; socio-economic breakdown; President Moody; Elbert Cole; Trustees; growth of the student body; town gown relations; World War I; hazing; pranking; his college roommate; Harvard; and President Stratton.