kbckysx093aGuide to the William J. Hutchins Correspondence Collection, ca. 1890-1958Processed by: staff; machine-readable finding aid created by:M. PlarrSpecial CollectionsHutchins LibraryBerea CollegeBerea, KY40404 USAPhone: (859) 985-3262Email: email@example.comURL: http://www.berea.edu/library/special.html Copyright 2001 Berea CollegeLibraries. All Rights Reserved.Machine-readable finding aid derived from DBase.Date of source: n.d.Description is in English.Guide to the William J. Hutchins Correspondence Collection, ca. 1890-1958Contact InformationSpecial CollectionsHutchins Library Berea CollegeBerea, KY40404 USAPhone: (859) 985-3262Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgURL: http://www.berea.edu/library/special.htmlProcessed by: staffDate Completed: n.d.Encoded by: M. Plarr Copyright 2001 Berea College. All Rights Reserved.William J. Hutchins Correspondence Collection,ca. 1890-1958KYSX093-AHutchins, William J.10.8 lin. ft.No online items. Must visit contributing institution.Berea College Special CollectionsBerea, Kentucky 40404Copyright has not been assigned to Berea College. Open to researchers. [Identification of item], William J. Hutchins Correspondence Collection, KYSX093-A, ca. 1890-1958Special Collections, Berea College, Berea, Ky.Education, higher -- AdministrationMaterials consist of William J. Hutchins's family and business correspondence, and miscellaneous personal letters.Hutchins's family correspondence includes Hutchins's letters to or from Robert G. and Harriet J. Hutchins, his parents; his wife, Anna Murch Hutchins; sons Robert Maynard and Francis S. Hutchins; and various others. Other personal correspondence is extensive and provides documentation of the network of Hutchins's friends and professional associates. Among these are Seth Low Pierrepont, William H. Danforth, Walter McDougall, Pauline Jeffery, and Hilda Watson, among others.Business correspondence (1.6 l.f.; 1919 - 1952) relates principally to Hutchins's private affairs, but a portion touches on college administration. Presidential/Administrative correspondence includes letters from Berea trustees, donors, faculty and staff, and others which in general reflect Hutchins's administration of the college. Some correspondence following Hutchins's retirement as president of the college is also present.Literary rights for the personal/family and business correspondence are retained by Francis S. Hutchins; single photocopies may be made for the private use of researchers.Folder list; unpublished guide.Related MaterialKYSX078-A and KYSX091-A supply further information on the collection and subgroup of which this series is a part.