Class Scrapbook Collection: Scrapbook or album of E.D. McLean, 1914
Scrapbook or album: One volume containing photographs, drawings, signatures, posters, programs, dance cards, athletic event notices, menus and other memorabilia from E.D. McLean's years at Hamilton, 1910-1914. Elinas Delavan McLean was born on April 22, 1892, in Binghamton, NY. He graduated from Hamilton College in 1914 with a B. S. While at Hamilton he was a member of the Chi Psi Fraternity. After his graduation, Mr. McLean taught at the Syrian Protestant College in Beirut, Syria, for a year. When he returned to the USA, he worked for the New York Telephone Company until he joined the army. McLean was part of the Signal Battalion during World War I, and traveled to France in 1918. In December of that year, he was injured so severely in a automobile accident that he never could walk unaided again. When he returned to the USA, he was hospitalized, and underwent several major operations. Although his legs remained paralyzed, Mr. McLean excelled at archery and taught it at Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla., for several years. In 1923 he married Anne Huhuy. On October 11, 1937, Mr. McLean died as a direct result of the injuries he sustained during the War.
.3 Linear Feet (1 album)
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- World War, 1914-1918 Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- photograph albums Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
- scrapbooks Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus