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Barbara Nolen Strong papers

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Working files and research

Academy book expenses and promotion

Photographs and illustrations

Miscellaneous



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Barbara Nolen Strong papers | Litchfield Historical Society

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Arrangement: For the most part, the original arrangement made by Barbara Nolen Strong when she donated the papers, has been maintained.

Date Acquired: 11/17/1993

Subjects: Morris, James, 1752-1820, Morris Academy (Morris, Conn.), Private schools - Connecticut - Litchfield - History

Languages: English

Abstract

The Barbara Nolen Strong papers (1993-101-0) consist of Mrs. Strong's research, notes, budget and costs, publication, and other materials related to the publication of her book, The Morris Academy: pioneer in coeducation 1790-1888, published in 1976.

Subject/Index Terms

Morris, James, 1752-1820
Morris Academy (Morris, Conn.)
Private schools - Connecticut - Litchfield - History

Administrative Information

Repository: Litchfield Historical Society

Access Restrictions: The collection is open for research.

Acquisition Source: Barbara Nolen Strong

Acquisition Method: Gift

Original/Copies Note: For more information please see http://www.litchfieldhistoricalsociety.org.

Related Materials:

Also in the Litchfield Historical Society archives: Morris Academy catalogue 1809; Morris Academy catalogue 1812; Clarissa Baldwin journal 1810-1811; C. Murray Keefer manuscript, 1935.

In the Aline Brothier Morris Reading Room, James Morris Library, located in Morris Community Hall, 4 North St., Morris, CT are Barbara Nolen Strong's card files for Academy students;  bibliography for her Academy book; and Research notes.

Related Publications: The Morris Academy, by Barbara Nolen Strong.

Preferred Citation: Barbara Nolen Strong papers (1993-101-0), Litchfield Historical Society, Helga J. Ingraham Memorial Library, P.O. Box 385, 7 South Street, Litchfield, Connecticut 06759


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Series 4: MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.
MIscellaneous files relating to the Morris Academy book.
Folder 1: Sketches for South Farms 1800-1820 mapAdd to your cart.
The title of the map is "South Farms and buildings located near the Morris Academy 1800-1820". The map was used on the endpapers of the hardcover edition of the Morris Academy book. In addition to preliminary sketches there are notes on the buildings.
Folder 2: South Farms 1800-1820 map, copiesAdd to your cart.
Printed copies of the map used on the endpapers of the hardcover edition of the Morris Academy book.
Folder 3: Strong, Barbara Nolen notesAdd to your cart.
Assorted typed notes relating to the Academy book. Also a 16 page article by Mrs. Strong -  "James Morris, Esquire, and his Academy" written in 1993.
Folder 4: Weik, Laura S. "One hundred years history of Morris, Conn." book cover and pagesAdd to your cart.
Book cover from Laura Weik's book plus 4 pages including James Morris' portrait.
Folder 5: Morris Academy student list cardsAdd to your cart.
Photocopies of  index cards with information about Academy students. These are useful in documenting the resources used in the Academy book student list.
Creators:
Strong, Barbara Nolen (1902-2002)

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