Walton family papers, 1730-1980 and undated, bulk 1890-1975

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Walton family papers, 1730-1980 and undated, bulk 1890-1975

Walton family papers, 1730-1980 and undated, bulk 1890-1975

1730-1980

The papers of the Walton family comprise journals and diaries; correspondence; writings; photographic materials; clippings; and printed material. Early items pertain to the Baker family of Hingham, Massachusetts, and letters document the Walton's courtship and early marriage. Papers from the 1920s to 1948 relate to Eleanore Walton's work with societies and clubs, and as a motion picture censor in Kansas City, Missouri. The larger Loring B. Walton Series documents Walton's student days, his service as a U.S. Army officer in the American Expeditionary Force in France and Germany, 1918-1919, and his lengthy correspondence with his mother, Eleanore, and with A. Goderic A. Hodges, a British Army officer. In addition there are a few letters from authors such as Wilmon Brewer, Count Sforza, Maurice Holleaux, and Anatole France, and a poem by Edmund Wilson. Walton's involvement with Duke University as a Romance Languages faculty member is also documented to a lesser degree. Photographs and negatives are of family member portraits, Princeton and Harvard campuses, 1920, Fort Douglas, Utah, also 1920, Hingham, Massachusetts, and unidentified subjects.

4.5 Linear Feet. 9 boxes; 2 oversize folders. Approximately 1700 items

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1839, Dec. 25 Born in Cincinnati, Ohio to Charles and Sarah Underwood Horsey Blake Walton 1864 Graduated from Bellevue Medical College (N.Y.). Served as Assistant Surgeon in the Union Army 1865 Toured Europe to study methods of surgery ...