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Albert Charlton Andrews photographs

 Collection
Identifier: MSD-1898-001

Collection Statement

Collection includes photographs taken and collected by A. Charlton Andrews during his college years at DePauw University. Many of the photographs are Delta Tau Delta members and the football team. The collection also includes six glass negatives (DC 2005) and a handwritten paper on Theta Nu Epsilon.

Dates

  • 1891 - 1901

Creator

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Usage Restrictions

Copyright interests for this collection have been transferred to DePauw University.

Biographical Sketch

Charlton Andrews, Teacher and Writer, Ph. B. ; A.M.; Harvard University, 1912. Born February 1, 1878, Connersville, Ind. Newspaper work in Chicago, Paris and Indianapolis. Principal high school, West Lafayette, Ind., 1904-05; Principal high school, Lafayette, Ind. 1905-06; State College of Washington, 1906-07; work in summer school, Winona Lake, 1905 and 1906; summer school, Indiana University, 1909; head of English Department, State Normal School, Valley City, N.D., 1907-14; instructor, New York University and lecturer, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1914; teacher English, Stuyvesant high school, New York City, 1915; winner of first MacDowell fellowship in dramatic composition, Harvard University. Author of "A Parfit Gentil Knight," 1901; "The Drama Today," 1913; "The Interrupted Revels," "His Majesty, the Fool," "The Technique of Play Writing," 1915; co-author "Ladies' Night." Married, May 15, 1900., Maude Cory Smalley, Brookville, Indiana.

Extent

0.43 Cubic Feet (1 document case)

Language of Materials

English

Related items

See also: Glass Negatives and Transparencies, DC 2005, for negatives made by A. Charlton Andrews

Creator

Title
Albert Charlton Andrews photographs Class of 1898
Status
Completed
Author
Wesley Wilson
Date
10/27/2009
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Code for undetermined script
Language of description note
Description is in English.

Repository Details

Part of the Archives of DePauw University and Indiana United Methodism Repository

Contact:
Roy O. West Library
11 East Larrabee Street
Greencastle Indiana 46135 United States