World War I, 1914-1918
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Class of 1915 Karl Isaac Solomon Sterns scrapbook, 1910-1920
Item — Box 57
Scope and Contents
This scrapbook contains assorted ephemera related to Sterns' life and education including dance cards, programs (plays, church services, athletic events), Dean's disciplinary messages, photographs, newspapers and newspaper clippings, and a Vermont certificate of Stern's military service (with medal) in World War I. Curiously, materials are housed in a National Memory and Fellowship book for the University of Vermont, not for Middlebury College.
Freeman Family archives
Abstract Spanning 130 years in the history of four families, the Freeman Family Archives traces the ancestry, education and professional career of Dr. Stephen A. Freeman, culminating in his pivotal role at Middlebury College. Photographs, letters and documents illuminate Freeman’s ancestors as well as those of his wife, Ruth Hayden Freeman, and allow for a comparative study of four middle-class families (Freeman, Reed, Hayden, and Smith) from the late 19th to mid-20th centuries. The archive also...
Dates: 1870 - 2000
Helen Sophia Stilphen letters
Abstract A collection of 52 letters written to Helen S. Stilphen during her undergraduate years at Middlebury College, 1915-1919. The letters come from her immediate family and friends from her hometown of Swanton, VT, from fellow students at Middlebury College, and boyfriends associated with both locales, most of whom served in the military during WWI, including Stilphen’s future husband, Homer W. Hungerford, of Swanton, Vermont. Contents of the letters provide insights on college and country...
Dates: 1915 - 1919