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This collection consists of material retained by William Darrah as it related to his position as an administrator and a faculty member at Gettysburg College. It includes correspondence, primarily from students, former students and parents of students; a report of his administrative activities as director of a continuing education program attempted by the College in the mid-1950s; a review of the varied research and presentation interests of Mr. Darrah while a member of the faculty; and materials that preserves his legacy to his profession, to his interests in the history of photography, science and technology, and to Gettysburg College.
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Gettysburg College, history of photography
History | Photography | Social History | United States History
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Couchman, G. Ronald, "MS-128: Papers of William C. Darrah" (Summer 2012). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collection and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.