University of Connecticut, President's Office Records [Homer D. Babbidge, 1962-1972] undated, 1962-1972.


University of Connecticut, President's Office Records [Homer D. Babbidge, 1962-1972] undated, 1962-1972.

Homer Daniels Babbidge was born in 1925 in Weston, Massachusetts, and raised in New Haven, Connecticut. He graduated from Yale University in 1945 with a degree in political science and subsequently earned his master's and doctorate from the same institution. Babbidge became president of the University of Connecticut in 1962 and remained in the office until his retirement in 1972. His years at UConn were among the most productive, and the most turbulent, in the University's history. Homer D. Babbidge died in 1984.

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John Powers worked in the safety department of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company in Butte, Montana at the time these cartoons were drawn. From the guide to the John Powers Collection, circa 1930-1945, (Arizona State University Libraries Arizona Collection) ...

Connecticut Hospital Association (corporateBody)

Carnegie Foundation (corporateBody)

Cookson, Frank B. (person)

Sadik, Marvin S. (person)

Norwich Free Academy (corporateBody)

Jurev, Mrs. George (person)

Bollen, Gerald T. (person)

Westledge School (corporateBody)

Taft School (corporateBody)

Connecticut Society for the Prevention of Blindness, Inc. (corporateBody)

Campbell, Angus, 1919-2001 (person)

EASI (Organization) (corporateBody)

American private nonprofit organization for promotion of higher education. From the description of American Association for Higher Education records, 1944-2005. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122384967 Historical Note The American Association for Higher Education (AAHE) originated as the department of higher education of the National Education Association (NEA) in 1870. After almost a century of working under NEA leadersh...

Connecticut. Research Commission (corporateBody)

Brewster, Kingman, 1919-1988 (person)

Kingman Brewster was born in Longmeadow, Massachusetts on June 17, 1919. He received his undergraduate degree from Yale in 1941 and his law degree from Harvard in 1948. Brewster taught law at Harvard from 1949-1960. He served as provost of Yale from 1961-1963 and was president of Yale from 1963-1977. Brewster was U.S. ambassador to Great Britain from 1977-1981. Kingman Brewster died on November 8, 1988. From the description of Kingman Brewster personal papers, 1920-1989 (inclusive). ...

Connecticut Education Association (corporateBody)

Carney, Larry S. (person)

Farner, Frank (person)

Marland, Sidney (person)

Bodine, Thomas (person)

Connecticut Farm Bureau (corporateBody)

Babbidge, Homer D. (person)

Nielsen, Carl (person)

New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (corporateBody)

Thut, Isaak, Jr. (person)

Ford foundation (corporateBody)

Philanthropic organization established in 1936 by Henry and Edsel Ford from profits of the Ford Motor Company. From the description of Grant files, [ca. 1936-1986]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155532303 ...

Rosary Hill (corporateBody)

Barlett Arborebum (corporateBody)

Stowe, Lyman (person)

Crossgrove, Roger L. (person)

N. E. Research Application Center (corporateBody)

Laurel Club (corporateBody)

Putzel, Max (person)

Flynn, Charles E., 1950- (person)

Dan Noble (person)

Institute of Public Service (corporateBody)

Kappa Kappa Psi (corporateBody)

Houley, Robert D. (person)

Babbidge, Home D. (person)

Michie, Alan A. (person)

E. O. Smith (person)

Thackerey, Russel I. (person)

Burr, Charles (person)

Dodd, Thomas J. (Thomas Joseph), 1907-1971 (person)

Thomas Joseph Dodd, the third generation of his family to reside in Connecticut, was born in Norwich on 15 May 1907. During his career he served two terms in the U.S. Senate, and became well known for his work on the Nuremburg Trials where he served as Vice-Chairman of the Review Board and Executive Trial Counsel. After an unsuccessful campaign for the Senate in 1970, Dodd retired from public life and died in 1971 at the age of 64. From the description of Thomas J. Dodd papers, 1919-...

Vlandis, John (person)

Kammer, Harry (person)

Connecticut. Council on Higher Education (corporateBody)

Manter, Gerauld (person)

Sterling, M. Elizabeth (person)

Kersting, E. J. (person)

New England Association of Colleges & Secondary Schools (corporateBody)

Connecticut Chamber of Commerce (corporateBody)

Peter Dehlinger (person)

Buck, Raymond J. (person)

Mark Feinberg (person)

Norwich Rotary Club (corporateBody)

Paul Rovetti (person)

New England Council for Latin-American Studies (corporateBody)

Connecticut Public Expenditure Council (corporateBody)

Education Commission of the States (corporateBody)

Thomas Malone (person)

Don Friedman (person)

Sigma Chi (corporateBody)

Hansen, Henry (person)

Donahue, A. J. (person)

McMahon, Brein (person)

Rohrbach, John (person)

McCullough, Don (person)

Goodale, Larry (person)

J. W. Rapp (person)

Whitney, Edwina (person)

Schneller, Richard (person)

Austin, James H., 1925-.... (person)

Leonard, Douglas (person)

Garvin Hodgins (person)

Brooks, Whitney L. (person)

Levi Coe was married twice, the second time to Deborah McCall and they had eleven children, including Levi Coe (1810-1881) and Elizabeth Coe Oviatt (1805-1875). From the description of Whitney L. Brooks collection of Coe family papers, 1785-1854. (Litchfield Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 711681393 ...

McCook Hospital (corporateBody)

Belden, L. Richard (person)

Phillip D. Jacklin (person)

Gould, S. B. (person)

Edward A. Haddad (person)

McCullough, Donald L. (person)

Mansfield Training School (corporateBody)

Hewit, Harold G. (person)

Hewitt, Harold, 1955- (person)

Hopkins, Bert (person)

Budds, John J. (person)

Brown, Freda (person)

Bailey, Clark L. (person)

Nielsen, Carl W. (person)

McCormick, Joseph R. (person)

Poellein, John (person)

Patrick J. Fontaine (person)

David Phillips (person)

Monagan, John S. (person)

Monagan: an attorney, a member of Congress from Connecticut. He was a friend of sculptor Naum Gabo. Gabo was born in in Briansk, Russia in 1890 and died 1977. From the description of John S. Monagan papers regarding Naum Gabo, 1969-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122291684 John Stephen Monagan was born Dec. 23, 1911, in Waterbury, Conn. He received his early education at Driggs, St. Mary's and Crosby high schools in Waterbury. After receiving his Bachelor's...

Schneller, Richard F. (person)

Arons, Samuel D. (person)

Holt, Guy B. (person)

Voice of America (Organization) (corporateBody)

The Voice of America Forum Lectures in American Poetry series was broadcast internationally by the Voice of America radio program, which covered topics in the arts and sciences in mid-twentieth century America. From the description of Voice of America Forum Lectures in American Poetry series scripts, circa 1965. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702202512 American governmental agency broadcasting by radio to audiences in foreign countries. From the description of Vo...

Moreland, W. S. (person)

Connecticut Public Expenditures Council (corporateBody)

Wallace, Stevens (person)

Hodenfeld, G. K. (person)

National Scholarship Service and Fund of Negro Students (corporateBody)

African-American Institute (corporateBody)

Manufacturing Association of Hartford County (corporateBody)

Danforth Foundation (corporateBody)

Barry, Phillip (person)

Paul Devine (person)

Lindemann, Carl (person)

Sterling, M. Elizabeth Peterson (person)

May, E. E. (person)

Watson, Elmer S. (person)

Connecticut Center for Continuing Education. (corporateBody)

University of Connecticut. President's Office. (corporateBody)

Charles Chester McCracken succeeded Dr. Works in 1930. President McCracken maintained a steady growth of the college and the quality of its programs during the difficult early years of the Depression. The highlight of his years at Storrs was the changing of the name of the institution to Connecticut State College in 1933, which culminated a long campaign by students, alumni and administrators. He left the college in 1935 to accept a position in religious education in Philadelphia, PA . ...

Connecticut Resistance Movement (corporateBody)

King, Martin Luther, Foundation (corporateBody)

Bard, R. L. (person)

Hickey, James B. (person)

U.S. Health, Education and Welfare (corporateBody)

New England Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities (corporateBody)

LUPTON, JOHN M. (person)

James Skipper (person)

Dempsey, John N. (person)

Borge, Victor (person)

Ebony Businessmen's League (corporateBody)

Hewes, Robert E (person)

Fingles, Franklin (person)

Hickey, James E (person)

Harvey, Robert O. (person)

William Olds (person)

Connecticut Educational Council (corporateBody)

W. Arthur Grant (person)

William H. Roe (person)

Alcoa Foundation (corporateBody)

National Catholic Education Association (corporateBody)

Council of State Governments. (corporateBody)

Little, Arthur D., Inc. (corporateBody)

Sacks, Howard R. (person)

New England Council of Latin American Studies (corporateBody)

Waller, William De Homer (person)

Labor Education Center (corporateBody)

Hill, John, 1711-1746 (person)

Epithet: Ironmonger, of Worcester British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000568.0x000325 Epithet: of London British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000568.0x00033a Epithet: MD; of Add MS 32852 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000568.0x0003d3 Epithet: of Add ...

New England Presidents (corporateBody)

Sistare, Willard (person)

Merlin Bishop (person)

Academy for Education Development (corporateBody)

Kilbourne, Orrine P. (person)

National Science Association (corporateBody)

Paola S. Abbate (person)

Edric Bates (person)

H. Clark (person)

Azároff, Leonid V. (person)

Ostar, Allan W. (person)

Allan W. Ostar came to Penn State after infantry service in WWII, graduating in 1948 with a bachelor's degree in psychology. He helped organize the National Student Association while an undergraduate and headed it for a year after graduation (1950). He subsequently did graduate work in in mass communications and served on the faculty and administration at the University of Wisconsin (1950-1958), the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, and many other national educa...

Jones, Betty J. (person)

Connecticut Educational T.V. Corporation (corporateBody)

Wilber Griswold (person)

Arthur Schwarting (person)

Marcus, Walter (person)

Norris, Robert (person)

Homer Babbidge (person)

TIAA (corporateBody)

Hugh Clark (person)

Westover School (corporateBody)

Connecticut State Employees Association (corporateBody)

Gerson, Louis (person)

Poor Peoples Federation (corporateBody)

Hopkins, Bert E. (person)

Sydney T. Schulman (person)

Foreign Policy Association. (corporateBody)

Whitham, George (person)

Evans, Dr. C. W. H. (person)

Northby, Arwood Stanley, 1901- (person)

American Council of Learned Societies. Meeting (corporateBody)

Founded in 1919 to promote advancement of the humanities, the American Council of Learned Societies represents about 30 societies and association. Serves as the spokesgroup for the International Union of Academics. The Council publishes "Speculum" and "The Journal of the History of Ideas", and also helps administer the Fulbright Program. From the description of Collection, 1956-1964. (Texas Tech University). WorldCat record id: 23196764 ...

National Association for Retarded Children (corporateBody)

Saint Francis Hospital (corporateBody)

Crowder, Dr. Louis (person)

May, Elizabeth Eckhardt, 1899- (person)

Educator, administrator, writer and researcher; held appointments at West Virginia University, Executive Secretary of the White House Conference on Children in Democracy; joined the University of Connecticut faculty in 1952 as Dean of the School of Home Economics and served at the University until retirement in 1964; died in 1996. From the description of Elizabeth E. May papers, 1901-1996. (University of Connecticut). WorldCat record id: 53278674 Elizabeth Eckha...

E. J. Kersting (person)

Organization for Tropical Studies (corporateBody)

Consortium of universities created to study tropical environments focusing on Central America and field activities in tropical habitats. From the description of Organization for Tropical Studies records, 1948-1986. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 79108205 The Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS), founded in 1963, has had its North American Office located at Duke University since 1976. The OTS offers students, faculty, and researchers opportunities to work ha...

Northeastern Research Center for Wildlife Diseases (corporateBody)

U.S. Cost Guard Training Center (corporateBody)

Tau Beta Sigma (corporateBody)

Boy Scouts of America (corporateBody)

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is one of the largest Scouting organizations in the United States of America and one of the largest youth organizations in the United States, with more than 2.4 million youth participants and nearly one million adult volunteers. The BSA was founded in 1910, and since then, more than 110 million Americans have been participants in BSA programs at some time. The BSA is part of the international Scout Movement and became a founding member organization of the World Or...

Connecticut Health League. (corporateBody)

Afro-American Cultural Center (corporateBody)

Connecticut Tree Protection Association (corporateBody)

Luckey, Eleaonore Braun (person)

Goddard Space Flight Center (corporateBody)

Barlett Arboretum (corporateBody)

Connecticut Tobacco Station (corporateBody)

Wilbur Cross (person)

Whetten, Nathan L. (Nathan Laselle), 1900-1984 (person)

Nathan L. Whetten began his career at the University of Connecticut in 1932 as a statistician in Sociology, becoming a full Professor in 1938. From 1940 until 1970/71, Whetten held the position of Dean of the Graduate School. Dr. Whetten traveled and lectured in Mexico and Latin America. He died in 1984. From the description of Nathan L. Whetten papers, 1932-1970. (University of Connecticut). WorldCat record id: 51783427 Nathan L. Whetten began his career at the University o...

Matthew B. Schechter (person)