Lena Hurlburt Papers
Scope and Content
The collection contains 3 small photograph albums documenting campus life and activities and one volume documenting her work as a teacher (1909-1910).
- undated, 1902-1910
The collection is open and available for research.
Restrictions on Use
Permission to publish from these Papers must be obtained in writing from both the University of Connecticut Libraries and the owner(s) of the copyright.
In 1906, Lena H. Hurlburt (Class of 1908) became the first woman on the student newspaper editorial board. After graduating in 1908, it can be presumed that she became a teacher in Connecticut.
No additional information about her is available.
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Language of Materials
In 1906, Lena H. Hurlburt (Class of 1908) became the first woman on the student newspaper editorial board (Class notes editor). The collection contains 3 small photograph albums documenting campus life and activities and one volume documenting her work as a teacher (1909-1910).
The materials are arranged by format.
These materials were in the custody of a neighbor of Ms. Hurlburt's after her death. At the time of the neighbor's death, they were transferred to the custody of the executor of the estate, David L. Paletsky.
The collection was donated to Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center by Mr. Paletsky in October 2002.
The following materials have been separated from the collection and cataloged:
Connecticut Agricultural College Bulletin. (1902-1908) Dodd Call No.
Preliminary Report on the Humenials of Connecticut. State Geological Natural History Survey #3. Dodd Call No.
- Lena Hurlburt Papers
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- 2004 August
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