Sibyl Horning (1884-1977) Photograph Collection
Scope and Contents
The collection consists of thirty-five photographs of friends and classmates of Sibyl Horning and Carl Long. Most are studio portraits, carte-de-visite or cabinet size, glued to cards; a few are loose. Almost all are identified by name, and most by date (between 1899 and 1908). A few have inscriptions beyond names—often the notation “Pi Phi.” The photographs are arranged by size and divided into two folders.
Legible names include: Catharine Donaldson, R.W. Root, Amy Onken, Roger Jenkins, George Beggs, Mabel Thompson, Lillian Teasle, C.S.L. [Carl Long?], Rev Maria Varney, Florence Kidder, Ella Mertz, Edna Jenkins, Emma Hoag, Mildred Auten Spencer, Helen Goodrich, Beulah Herr, William J. McCormick, John Philip Joseph.
- Horning, Sibyl, 1884-1977 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Language of Materials
Thirty-five black-and-white photographs (mostly studio portraits) depict friends and fellow-students of Northwestern alumna Sibyl Horning Long (Liberal Arts 1907). This small collection enhances the Archives’ holdings of photo albums, scrapbooks, and other documents of student life.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated to the University Archives in June, 2015, by the Douglas County Museum, Tuscola, IL.
- Guide to the Sibyl Horning (1884-1977) Photograph Collection
- Janet Olson
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Part of the Northwestern University Archives Repository
Deering Library, Level 3
1970 Campus Dr.
Evanston IL 60208-2300 US