Herbert W. Collingwood papers
Scope and Contents
Collection consists of one poem by Collingwood read at the Decennial Reunion of the Iota Chapter of the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity at Michigan State University in 1882.
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
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Permission to publish material from this collection must be obtained from University Archives & Historical Collections, Michigan State University.
Herbert Winslow Collingwood was born in 1857 in Massachusetts. He attended Michigan Agricultural College and graduated in the class of 1883 with a B.S. In 1881, he was on the Board of Editors for the newspaper, The College Speculum. He was also the Business Manager. He read his poem "On the Threshold" at the 1883 commencement. He became Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper, "The Rural New Yorker" for nearly half a century until his death in October of 1927. A feature of this newspaper was his "Hope Farm Notes" column. He married Lillie D. Sullivan around 1888. Collingwood was also the author of the book Andersonville Violets: a Story of Northern and Southern Life.
0.1 Cubic Feet (, 1 folder)
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Copyright: Michigan State University
Property Rights: Michigan State University
- Herbert W. Collingwood Papers
- 4 Published And Cataloged
- E. Busch
- August 2009
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- Finding aid written in English.