Series I: Correspondence, 1897-1920
Scope and Content Note
[Subjects include: Correspondence to and from companies and organizations: A.B. Ansbacher and Co.; Ansbacher Insecticide Co, Inc.; American Association for the Advancement of Science; American Coal Products Company; American Cooperative Creameries Association; American Express Company; American Farm-Management Association; American Flax Fibre & Linen Corp.; American Milling Company; American Hardware Corporation.
Correspondence to and from individuals: Pres. Charles Lewis Beach, Charles M. Jarvis, Pres. Rufus W. Stimson, L.A. Prof. Clinton, Francis G. Benedict, James S. Judd, Frank Avery, Prof. H.J. Baker, Prof. William L. Slate, E.H. Jenkins, Dir. H.J. Baker.
Correspondence with farms and experiment stations: Middletown, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station; Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station (Burlington, VT.); Valentine Farm; Snow Farm; Whitney Farm.
Agricultural subjects discussed in correspondence: sulfate of ammonia as pesticide; camembert cheese (Charles M. Jarvis); shropshire sheep; winter vetch; alfalfa hay; poultry testing; crop planting; pigs; white pine blister; model farms.
Fliers, publications, and Ephemera on: "The Fourth Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Agricultural Teaching, November 11, 1913" (schedule of events); "Potato Scab and its Prevention" (flier); "Farm Estimate for quarter July-Sept. 1908;" "Practical Agriculture."
General Subjects, Storrs, Connecticut, University of Connecticut, University of Connecticut History, Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, Storrs Agricultural School.
The collection is open and available for research.
From the Collection: 33.9 Linear Feet
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The entirety of this series has been digitized and isare available