Newspaper clippings related to Thomas Hughes and Protestant Episcopal Church (Church of the Resurrection); John Dewey and honorary dinner for Percy Hughes; Lehigh University night school; Belvidere, Oxford Farm Pond (N.J.); Hazen (N.J.) estate and planting 50,000 trees., 1932-1949
Scope and Contents
“Percy Hughes Publications and Papers (1872-1952)” collection contains photographs, correspondence, family documents, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, books and academic articles, and reprints on Philosophy, Psychology, Education, Higher Education, Sports Education, and Lehigh University by Percy Hughes who was a Lehigh professor and taught Philosophy, Psychology and Education, and was a lifelong friend of John Dewey.The collection was researched, compiled and organized by Elizabeth Hughes Clark, daughter of Percy Hughes, who also wrote content notes on the material, a personal memoire and a biography of Percy Hughes. These writings also added to the collection.The collection was donated to Lehigh University Special Collection by Elizabeth Hughes Clark in 2006 and rearranged by Special Collections staff in series in 2008.
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Conditions Governing Access
Collection housed remotely. Users need to contact 24 hours in advance.
From the Collection: 2 Linear Feet (4 boxes)
Part of the Lehigh University Special Collections Repository
30 Library Drive
Bethlehem PA 18045 USA