Humanities and fine arts collection, 1813-1965 (inclusive).
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Eugene O'Neill, Jr. was the son of Kathleen Pitt-Smith and the playwright, Eugene O'Neill. He received a B.A. in 1932 and a PhD in 1936, both from Yale University, and then taught at Yale in the classics department. Later, he worked in the radio field. From the description of Eugene O'Neill, Jr. collection, 1862-1964 (bulk 1932-1950) (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78934214 From the description of Eugene O'Neill, Jr. collection, 1862-1964 (bulk 1932-1950). (Unknown). WorldCat...
Tracy Peck (1785-1862) of Bristol, Connecticut, and his wife, Sally Adams, had nine surviving children: Epaphroditus (1812-1857), Sarah Tracy (1816-1894), Rachel Ripley (1818-1908), Joseph Adams (1824-1908), Josiah Tracy (b. 1826), Eliza J. (1828-1847), Henry Adams (July 26, 1832-February 11, 1914), Kezia Adams (1834-1917), and Tracy (1838-1921). Henry Adams Peck was a captain in Company I of the 10th Connecticut Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. The younger Tracy Peck graduated from Yale ...