King, Stanley, 1883-1951 (AC 1903)
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Philosopher and former president of Amherst College. Papers contain correspondence with other educators and records created during his presidency.
Speeches, notes, newsclippings, photographs, invitations, tickets, programs,, and guest lists from various Amherst College Inauguration ceremonies dating from 1821 to present.
Clippings, correspondence, and other records documenting of the public face of the Amherst College President's Office, 1934-1976. Includes invitations and requests for information, as well as correspondence and other documents related to institutional associations such as the American Council on Education, Association of Colleges in New England and New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
"Katy" [Kate Flanagan Coles -- see "Related Materials" for her collection at the University of Virginia] "E.K." (uncle; Kendall?] King, Stanley (President of Amherst College)
19 framed portraits of Amherst College alumni, faculty and staff, by Ercole Cartotto, the Italian-born portraitist.
Eugene S. Wilson (AC 1929), Dean of Admissions, Reminiscences about President Stanley King, 1952 June
Approximately 222 bookplates and bookplate designs, circa 1828-1989, used in the Amherst College library. The collection also includes information about the history of some of the bookplates; a variety of printing blocks, engravings and other print masters, and a small amount of correspondence.
Series 2 consists of both contemporary and subsequent papers related to the aforementioned committees, all held by individual Trustees. These include minutes and notes on work of the Plimpton Committee kept by F. S. Allis (AC 1893), Secretary, and much later retrospective material (1947-1948) generated by Stanley King.
Former Amherst College President. Correspondence, speeches, articles, scrapbooks, awards, photographs and other materials documenting his personal and professional life and that of his wife, Margaret P. Jackson King. Correspondents include Newton D. Baker, Ernest M. Hopkins, Felix Frankfurter and Frederick J. E. Woodbridge.
Sunday religious service move to Johnson Chapel, Pres. Stanley King correspondence and statements, 1933 Feb 8 - after 1934
Arranged chronologically. Some albums are stored flat and are so indicated in the list.
Bound volumes of prints 1853-1861 photo albums w/separate prints: 1862-1890(?) Printed volume similar to yearbook: 1890-1909