Collins-Levine Family Papers
Scope and Content
The collection contains correspondence, school papers, memorabilia, photographs and ephemera associated with two generations of the Collins and Levine families who attended the University of Connecticut between 1922 and 1948. The materials in the collection are useful in providing a perspective of college life and experiences from the student's point of view.
- undated, 1921-1980
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.
Eli Ives Collins (Class of 1925) worked on the student newspaper while attending Connecticut Agricultural College. After leaving college, Collins had a successful career as a newspaper reporter and editor.
Edward R. Collins (Class of 1924) and Frances F. Schreiber (Class of 1927) met as students attending the Connecticut Agricultural College and married after graduating.
Donald I. Levine (Class of 1949) and member of Phi Epsilon Pi married Laura Ann Collins (Class of 1949), a member of Kappa Alpha Theta.
0.25 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
The collection contains correspondence, school papers, memorabilia, photographs and ephemera associated with two generations of the Collins and Levine families who attended the University of Connecticut between 1922 and 1948.
The materials are arranged chronologically by individual.
Series I: Collins-Levine family papers (undated, 1921-1980)
The materials were saved and collected by the two generations of Collins and Levine family members who had attended the University of Connecticut
The materials were donated by Adam Levine in 2011.
Multiple issues of the Connecticut Campus (1921-1928) have been added to the Archives' holdings of the Connecticut Daily Campus.
- Collins-Levine Family Papers
- Archives & Special Collections staff
- 2011 March
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