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Bulbrook correspondence 1956-1974

Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the Harry Marshall Bulbrook Rice Institute correspondence, 1956-1974 MS 449



creator Author (aut) Bulbrook, Harry Marshall
Title: Harry Marshall Bulbrook Rice Institute correspondence
Dates: 1956-1974
Abstract This collection contains correspondence to and from members of the 1916 Rice Institute class; also scattered letters from class of 1920 members. Bulbrook was a graduate of the 1916 class.
Identification: MS 449
Quantity: 0.25 linear ft. (1 folder)
Language:
Repository: Woodson Research Center

Biographical/Historical note

Harry Marshall Bulbrook was a member of the 1916 Rice Institute class, the first graduating class of the Rice Institute which opened in 1912.

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Scope and Contents note

This collection contains correspondence to and from members of the 1916 Rice Institute class; also scattered letters from class of 1920 members. Bulbrook was a graduate of the 1916 class, the first graduating class of the Rice Institute which opened in 1912.

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Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access note

This material is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use note

Permission to publish material from the Harry Marshall Bulbrook Rice Institute correspondence must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Organizations)
Rice University - history

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation note

Harry Marshall Bulbrook Rice Institute correspondence, 1956-1974, MS 449, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

This collection was donated to Fondren Library by Harry Marshall Bulbrook via Alumni Affairs and received in September 1996.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Bulbrook correspondence 1956-1974
creator Author (aut) Bulbrook, Harry Marshall

Folder
1 Group 1: Letters between Bulbrook May 3, 1956, and Carl M. Knapp May 23, 1956, regarding fellow 1916 classmate Hattie Lel Red 1956
Group 2: Two Letters to Bulbrook from S.G. McCann, Dec 5 and 9, 1957 1957
Group 3: Letter to Bulbrook from Elizabeth Moore, June 26, 1965, and his response, July 29, 1965; concerns name of Frontier Five; Inlcudes list of names from 1964 homecoming breakfast (?) 1964-1965
Group 4: Correspondence between Carey Croneis and Bulbrook regarding Southwestern Assembly, May 19-22, 1965 1965
Group 5: Letter from Bulbrook to M.O. Nellums, June 24, 1966, requesting information for organizing a Golden Fifty Club at Rice, similar to Vanderbilt's Quinq Club 1966
Group 6: Letter from H.L. Bartlett (Class of 1919) to Elizabeth Moore, December 1, 1964; Correspondence between Bulbrook July 29, 1965, June 24, 1966, and July 15, 1966; and H.L. Bartlett, M.D., Feb. 26, 1966, July 11, 1966, July 29, 1966, regarding design and ordering of lapel button and pin for Frontier Five 1964-1966
Group 7: Letter from Bulbrook, August 16, 1966, to Dr. Jack Williams, Texas Commissioner of Higher Education 1966
Group 8: Letters of John Evans, Executive Secretary of Rice Alumni, regarding Golden Fifty R Club and name badges, October 6, 1966 to Miss Barbara Allen, and July 19, 1966 to Bulbrook. 1966
Group 9: Correspondence between Bulbrook, October 13, 1966, and E. Frank Jungman ("Pap"), August 15, 1966, and October 5, 1966, and a letter from Bulbrook October 13, 1966, to John B. Evans, regarding Frontier Five dinner at 1966 homecoming. 1966
Group 10: Correspondence between Bulbrook, October 26, 1966, and Edith Jo Leisemann Dissinger, October 21, 1966, regarding inclusion on the 1916 class list. 1966
Group 11: Notes to Bulbrook from Elizabeth Kalb Handy, November 27, 1966, and Alice Dean, November 30, 1966, regarding 1966 reunion. 1966
Group 12: Letters between Bulbrook, March 2, 1967, and Bessie Bankhead, March 15, 1967, regarding Class of 1917 reunion. 1967
Group 13: Letter, April 5, 1967, to "folks" from Ouida Blacknall regarding hospitality when some tragedy brought people together. 1967
Group 14: Correspondence between Bulbrook, May 23, 1956, October 14, 1966, and November 16, 1966, and William M. Nathan, May 23, 1956, regarding both 40th and 50th reunions; Correpondence between Bulbrook, August 28, 1968, and Carl M. Hess regarding Nathan's 50th wedding anniversary; Letter, August 28, 1968, from Bulbrook to Mr. and Mrs. William M. Nathan regarding Nathan's 50th wedding anniversary. 1956, 1966, 1968
Group 15: Letters from Bulbrook to H.L. Red, May 23, 1956, June 10, 1966, and June 27, 1966; and from H.L. Red, November 22, 1971; Letter to Bulbrook from Frank Lloyd Dent, December 30, 1971, referring to "list" (not present). 1956, 1966, 1971
Group 16: Correspondence between Bulbrook, November 15, 1966, and Oscar F. Green, March 27, 1967, and April, 1967; Biographical sketch prepared by Oscar F. Green, 1968; Eulogy for Oscar F. Green by Bishop Millard, December 8, 1971. 1966-68, 1971
Group 17: September 14, 1972, name and address list of Class of 1916 1972
Group 18: September 27, 1972, list of Class of 1916 identifying those still living at time of list creation 1972
Group 19: Correspondence between Bulbrook, November 15, 1966, and October 10, 1967, and Norman Ricker, October 7, 1967 and September 28, 1972, referring to 1967 and 1972 homecoming 1966-67, 1972
Group 20: Inivitation to Golden 50 R Club Annual Reunion, 1972. 1972
Group 21: January 13, 1973, Class of 1916 Donor List 1973
Group 22: Correspondence between Bulbrook, October 14, 1966, November 14, 1966, and June 13, 1974, and Elmer E. Shutts, June 2, 1966, October 21, 1966, December 15, 1966, and January 5, 1968, regarding 1966 and 1968 reunions, 1974 contribution 1966, 1968, 1974
Group 23: List of the original group of 77 who matriculated in autumn, 1912, with graduation years marked, later additions to the Class of 1916, and deaths as of November 1966; prepared by Norman Ricker 1966
Group 24: Undated sign-in sheets by members of Classes of 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, and 1920 n.d.
Group 25: Undated attendance(?) lists of Classes of 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, and 1920 n.d.

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