Harkness, Edward Stephen, 1874-1940
- Existence: January 22, 1874-January 29, 1940
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Edward S. Harkness, Class of 1897, Yale College, Photograph Collection Documenting Student life at Yale
Call Number: RU 670
Overview: The materials consist of photographs of Edward S. Harkness (Yale 1897) depicting Yale scenes, student life, classmates, and various Kappa Psi reunions.
Dates: circa 1894-1903
Call Number: MS 401
Overview: The papers consist of office files which contain notes on courses taken at Yale, teaching and faculty materials, manuscripts, typescripts, correspondence, subject and research files, and professional organizations materials. The bulk of the material relates to his work on the history of Yale and the National Endowment for the Humanities project.
Call Number: MS 396
Overview: The papers consist of photographs, plans, drawings, specifications, job files, correspondence, contracts, and printed material, which relate to architectural projects, particularly residences and government, church, hospital, and school buildings, designed by James Gamble Rogers, or the firms of Hale and Rogers, James Gamble Rogers, Inc., and Rogers and Butler. The most extensive files are for buildings on the Yale University campus, but there are also substantial files on the Aetna Life...
Dates: circa 1890s-1984
Call Number: RU 232
Overview: The records document the activities of the Yale-China Association in mainland China (1901-1951), Hong Kong (1951-present), and the United States (1901-present). They consist of administrative and policy files produced by the home office in New Haven, correspondence and memoranda written by staff members while serving in China, and administrative files and correspondence produced by the New Asia office in Hong Kong.
Call Number: MS 664
Overview: Correspondence, administrative records, scientific reports, writings, and illustrative material on the three expeditions to Peru sponsored by Yale University between 1911-1915. The most celebrated discoveries, the finding of Machu Picchu and of Vitcos, the last capital of the Incas, were studied during the expeditions by scientific specialists who were drawn principally from the Yale faculty. The papers include their diaries, manuscripts, and published reports of their work, as well as the...