Cecilia Philbin Collection

Collection Guide

Summary

Abstract
Materials related to the travels of Cecilia Philbin during the mid-twentieth century.
Source
Cecilia Philbin
Creator(s)
Cecilia Philbin
Date Range
1920s-1950s
Extent
1 box
Language(s)
English

Access and Use

Digital Access

No digital access is currently available for materials in this collection.

Physical Access

The collection is open for research. Physical materials may be browsed by appointment in the Reading Room of the University Archives and McHugh Special Collections.

Rights

Items in The University of Scranton Archives and Helen Gallagher McHugh Special Collections may be made available to visiting researchers to support research, scholarship, education, and private study under an assertion of fair use (17 U.S.C. 107). The University of Scranton respects the intellectual property rights of others and does not claim any copyright interest in these materials. It is your responsibility to determine the ownership and status of copyright in any materials you may wish to use beyond fair use, and obtain the permission of the copyright owner, if needed. Individuals or organizations holding additional information about the copyright status of items in this collection are invited to contact the University Archives and McHugh Special Collections staff at archives@scranton.edu.

Preferred Citation

[Item Title], [Folder], [Box], Cecilia Philbin Collection, McHugh Special Collections, The University of Scranton.


Contents

Scope and Content Note

This collection contains materials related to the travels of Cecilia Philbin during the mid-twentieth century.

System of Arrangement

This collection is arranged in 1 box.

Inventory

  1. Travel Guides
  2. Maps
  3. Postcards, Image Cards, and Negatives
  4. Hotel Ephemera
  5. Menus
  6. Red Star Line
  7. Atlantic Transport Line
  8. Music and Concerts
  9. The Lady of the Lake Course
  10. Miscellaneous

Acquisition Information

Gift of Cecilia Philbin


Processing Notes

This collection was processed by Elizabeth Shomaker in July 2015.