Guide to the New Hampshire State College in the world war, ca. 1919-1921

Collection number: UA 22/6
Size: (1 item) (.10 cu.ft.)

About Richard Whoriskey

Richard Whoriskey graduated from Harvard in 1897 and secured a position as language professor at the New Hampshire College of Agricuture and the Mechanic Arts in 1899. He served the College in this capacity until his death in 1922. He was active in the many organizations on campus as well as off. He was a member of the Modern Language Association; Chairman for the New Hampshire War Records Committee; Chief of the Division of Co-operation Agencies on the Staff of N.H. Governor Huntley N. Spaulding, and Federal Food Administrator of New Hamphsire.

About the New Hampshire State College in the world war

This series contains the essay written by Richard Whoriskey on the involvement of the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts in the first world war.

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Preferred Citation

New Hampshire State College in the world war, ca. 1919-1921, UA 22/6, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

These records were transferred to the University Library for storage prior to the establishment of the University Archives in 1992.