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Robert College records, 1858-2018

Series IV: Records of the Vice President, George H. Huntington

There are eight folders of records of George H. Huntington (Box 29) comprising general correspondence and spanning the period 1927-1952 (not inclusive). Until 1933 he served as vice president and at LJ times as acting president. After that year he resided in the U.S. and was treated for paralysis of the legs. Some of his letters are datelined Warm Springs, Georgia.

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Box 29 Folder 1-8 General Correspondence, 1927-1952


Box 29 Folder 9 Huntington passport, 1910