Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of Agnes Mary Frances (Robinson) Duclaux Materials
The collection contains correspondence to Eugene Lee-Hamilton, Matilda and Violet Paget (primarily Violet,) Emily Sargent, and Irene Cooper-Willis from the 1880s to 1930s, as well as Duclaux's tribute to Eugene Lee-Hamilton and watercolor of Mary Robinson (?) by Mrs. Stedman.
Collection of Bernhard Berenson Materials
Collection of Grace Mountcastle Martin Materials
The collection contains many letters of late 1950s-1960s to Richard Cary of Colby Special Collections explaining Martin's correspondence to literary and artistic figures of the day, some of the letters themselves, and a group of postcards.
Collection of Henry James Materials
The collection contains correspondence to artists, actors, and literary figures in the United States and Britain from the 1880s to 1914, several published manuscripts, a few miscellaneous program documents, and many photographs.
Collection of James Carpenter Materials
This collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, and first publications of James Carpenter. The bulk of the collection consits of notes about art, correspondence, and rough drafts of his manuscripts. The collection also contains a few photogrpahs and a few personal items of James Carpenter.
Collection of Lilla Cabot Perry Materials
The collection contains clippings, correspondence, two diaries, published and unpublished manuscripts, a memorial exhibit document, two portrait paintings (William Dean Howells, Edwin Arlington Robinson) and photograph items.
Collection of Robert Underwood Johnson Materials
Collection contains correspondence (some tipped into poetry volumes) to American literary figures in late nineteenth to early twentieth century and one typed manuscript.
Collection of Waldo Peirce Materials
The collection comprises letters, scrapbooks, and manuscript items by Waldo Peirce, an American painter, bohemian, and expatriate born in Bangor, Maine.
Special Collections & Archives (SC&A), located in Miller Library, is the college’s repository for historically and culturally -significant materials, including the college archives. Our fabulous materials range in date from the 12th to the 21st centuries and represent a wide range of formats. We fully support Colby’s academic program and innovative pedagogies through aspirational collection development, faculty and student engagement, teaching and exhibition.