Collection title: Milton Sherburne Clifford Papers
Collection number: MS 101
Dates of collection: 1860-1950
Size of collection: 1 box
BiographyMilton Sherburne Clifford was an author and poet who also transcribed and collected family history such as diaries and letters.
Scope and Content NoteThe manuscripts of poems by Milton S. Clifford. Also transcriptions of the diaries of Alice Clifford, George F. Godfrey, the letters of John Franklin Godfrey, the journal of H.E. Prentiss' trip to Europe (1866), and family photographs.
Contents of boxes
f1-14 Poetry manuscripts.
f15 Recollections of Buenos Ayres and Brazil written for his children by George F. Godfrey, Bangor, Maine, 1875. With extracts from the journal of Mrs. Abbie B. Godfrey. 98p. Typescript carbon copy.
f16 One-upmanship in telemedicine. Paper presented at the Health Care Delivery Session of the National Telecommunications Conference, Dec. 4-6, 1972, Houston, Texas, the Meeting of the Institute of Electronic Engineers. [8p.] Typescript photocopy.
f 17 Prentiss, Henry E. Journal in Europe, 1866. Typescript. Deposited by Milton H. Clifford.
fl8 Clifford, Alice. Glimpses of the past. A copy of the diary of Alice Clifford. A typescript copy. Family photographs included. Deposited by Milton H. Clifford.
fl9 Godfrey, John Franklin. Letters to his son John Harold Godfrey, August 2, 1873 - December 26, 1876. 209p. Deposited by Milton G. Clifford.
f20 Godfrey, John Franklin. Letters to his son John Harold Godfrey written by John Franklin Godfrey, August 2, 1873. 4v. Typescript. Photographs and portraits included.
Deposited by Milton H. Clifford.
f21 Teleconsultation: a new health information exchange system. The 03 annual report, July 1, 1970 to April 30, 1971. Milton Henry Clifford, Project Co-Director. 88p.
f22 Clifford, Angela Godfrey. Cliff Cottage, 1847-1947. 37p. Deposited by Milton H. Clifford.
f23 Prentiss family items: photographs, letters, programs.
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