Yale College (1887- ). Class of 1900
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: MS 1644
Overview: The papers consist of letters to the Fuller family from Herbert Brewster Fuller, Yale Class of 1900. The correspondence deals with life at Yale, covering such topics as sports, housing, co-educational classes, examinations, debating, the change of Yale presidents from Timothy Dwight to Arthur Hadley, commencement, and New Haven weather conditions.
Call Number: MS 346
Overview: This artificial collection is composed of correspondence, journals, account books, manuscripts, scrapbooks, and printed material relating to the study and practice of medicine, primarily in Connecticut and New York, primarily in the nineteenth century.
Call Number: MS 415
Overview: The papers include correspondence, photographs, and writings which document the daily lives of the immediate family of John Rice and the activities of various members of the Blake and Seely families. Extensive correspondence concerns the construction and furnishing of the family home in Tarrytown, New York; of residences, travel, and schooling in California and Europe; and student life and teaching at the Sedgwick School, Yale University, Williams College, Acadia University, and Smith College.
Call Number: RU 491
Overview: The records consist of correspondence, questionnaires, memoranda, log books, memorabilia, agendas, minutes, photograph albums, and finanical reports from class council and executive council meetings, and statistical charts and reports of Yale College classes. Materials concerning the Sheffield Scientic School Class of 1920 are also included.