Donald Campbell Babcock
Notes and Drafts, 1939-41
(UA 18/2/3)

Size: 3 boxes

Donald C. Babcock was a professor of History and then Philosophy at the University of New Hampshire from 1937 to 1956. Prof. Babcock worked with Philip Marston, Harold Scudder and Henry Stevens to produce a history of the University for its 75th anniversary celebration in 1941. The University was originally founded in 1866 in Hanover, NH at which time it was called the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. The College moved to Durham, NH in 1893 and became the University of New Hampshire in 1923.

Scope and Content:
This series contains the notes and drafts kept by Prof. Babcock and Marion Boothman '22, who helped with the research, for the book "History of the University of New Hampshire, 1866-1941" published in 1941.

Box 1
F. 1 Chapter 1, notes
F. 2 Chapter 3, notes
F. 3 Chapter 4, notes-experiment station, etc.
F. 4 Chapter 5, notes-John Hall
F. 5 Notes-Ben Thompson, Jonathan Turner, James Joy
F. 6 Notes-Murkland, Grange, Row
F. 7 Notes-New Hampshire/UNH history
F. 8 Notes-Miscellaneous
F. 9 Pettee Letters list
F.10 Pettee Material
F.11 History-Additional material
F.12 Jan 1940-Feb 1941, History Correspondence-general
F.13 Corrections suggested by Richardson, Stevens, Henderson, Hunter, Hall and Marston

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Box 2
F. 1 Chapter 1-original, "Early American Education" (not included in final draft)
F. 2 Chapter 1-original
F. 3 Chapter 2-original
F. 4 Chapter 3-original
F. 5 Chapter 5-original
F. 6 Chapter 6-original
F. 7 Chapter 7-original
F. 8 Chapter 8-original
F. 9 Chapter 9-original
F.10 Chapter 10-original
F.11 Chapter 11-original
F.12 Chapter 1-final revision
F.13 Chapter 2-final revision
F.14 Chapter 3-final revision
F.15 Chapter 4-final revision
F.16 Chapter 5-final revision
F.17 Chapter 6-final revision
F.18 Chapter 7-final revision
F.19 Chapter 8-final revision
F.20 Chapter 9-final revision
F.21 Chapter 10-final revision

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Box 3
Boothman Research
F. 1 Alvord, Henry E.
F. 2 Architecture written by E.T. Huddleston 1940
F. 3 Athletic Events
F. 4 Christian Associations
F. 5 Correspondence 1940
F. 6 Cowell, William Harold
F. 7 Dewey, E.P. correspondence to Prof. Scott regarding Scott's history of UNH, transcription 1929
F. 8 Freshmen, article from Boston Globe April 12, 1904
F. 9 Girl's Council
F.10 Henderson, Oren V. interview
F.11 Home Economics, Helen McLaughlin and Ellen Richards
F.12 Institute Courses
F.13 Moses, George Higgins
F.14 New Hampshire Day 1923
F.15 New Hampshire Song Book
F.16 Oyster River Creamery
F.17 Pette, Charles
F.18 Pette, Charles correspondence to Isaac Smith regarding the relationship of the Agricultural College with Dartmouth College, Nov. 4 1889, transcription
F.19 Pette, Charles - Excerpts from letters
F.20 Rane Letterbooks
F.21 Sanborn, Jeremiah W.
F.22 Mrs. Scott interview
F.23 Mrs. Thomas' outline
F.24 University Folk Club History
F.25 Wassall, Helen Bartlett

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