xt74qr4nm007 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt74qr4nm007/data/mets.xml https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt74qr4nm007/data/0000ua107.dao.xml Ingels, Margaret, 1892-1971 18451967 4.55 Cubic feet 13 Boxes Margaret Ingels was a University of Kentucky alumnus and a pioneer in the air conditioning industry. She was born October 25, 1892 in Paris, Kentucky and died in Lexington, Kentucky on December 13, 1971. She was the first women in the United States to receive an engineering graduate degree. She also received the first Bachelors and Masters degrees in engineering awarded to a woman by the University of Kentucky. The Margaret Ingels papers, 1845-1967, bulk 1916-1967 (4.55 cubic feet, 13 boxes) consists of artifacts, dertificates and awards, clippings, correspondence, publications, speeches, a scrapbook, and photographic prints documenting the life and career of Margaret Ingels. collections English University of Kentucky This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed.  Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically.  Physical rights are retained by the owning repository.  Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.  For information about permissions to reproduce or publish, contact the Special Collections Research Center. Margaret Ingels papers Air conditioning industry--United States Air conditioning--History Women in engineering--United States Women in higher education Margaret Ingels papers text Margaret Ingels papers 1845 2012 true xt74qr4nm007 collection true 0000ua107 
     
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                 Margaret Ingels papers, 1845-1967
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             Margaret Ingels papers 
             0000UA107 
             
                 University of Kentucky Special Collections 
             
             
                 
             
             
                 4.55 Cubic feet 
                 13 Boxes 
             
             1845-1967 
             Margaret Ingels was a University of Kentucky alumnus and a pioneer in the air conditioning industry. She was born October 25, 1892 in Paris, Kentucky and died in Lexington, Kentucky on December 13, 1971. She was the first women in the United States to receive an engineering graduate degree. She also received the first Bachelors and Masters degrees in engineering awarded to a woman by the University of Kentucky. The Margaret Ingels papers, 1845-1967, bulk 1916-1967 (4.55 cubic feet, 13 boxes) consists of artifacts, dertificates and awards, clippings, correspondence, publications, speeches, a scrapbook, and photographic prints documenting the life and career of Margaret Ingels. 
             
                 Ingels, Margaret, 1892-1971 
             
         
         
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             Collection is open to researchers by appointment. 
         
         
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             The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections. Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. 
         
         
             Preferred Citation note 
             0000UA107: [Identification of Item], University of Kentucky Margaret Ingels Collection (University of Kentucky), circa 1845-1967, University of Kentucky Special Collections. 
         
         
             Related Materials note 
             TH7687 .I54, 
                 Willis Haviland Carrier: Father of Air Conditioning  (Garden City, N.J.: Country Life Press, 1952). 
         
         
             Biographical note 
             Margaret Ingels was a University of Kentucky alumnus and a pioneer in the air conditioning industry. She was born October 25, 1892 in Paris, Kentucky and died in Lexington, Kentucky on December 13, 1971. She was the first women in the United States to receive an engineering graduate degree. She also received the first Bachelors and Masters degrees in engineering awarded to a woman by the University of Kentucky. 
             Ms. Ingels was educated in the Kentucky public schools and in 1916, she received from the University of Kentucky a degree of Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. Upon graduation, she accepted a position in the engineering department of the Chicago Telephone Company. After a brief term of employment, she joined the Carrier Lyle Heating and Ventilation Corporation, New Jersey. She left Carrier to return to the University of Kentucky in order to finish a graduate degree in engineering, graduating in 1920. 
             After graduation, Ms. Ingels was asked to work at the United States Bureau of Mines at the Pittsburgh Laboratory. Dr. F. Paul Anderson, Dean of the University of Kentucky Engineering School, was the director of the lab. In 1921, he asked Ms. Ingels to work with other members of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers. Her assignment included field tests for the New York Commission on School Ventilation, 1927. It was during this time that she perfected a new portable machine that determined the amount of germ-laden dust in schoolrooms and public places. Returning to Carrier in 1929, Ms. Ingels helped perfect the sling psychrometer, which is used to read the relative humidity of the air. She worked in several departments including public relations until her retirement in 1953. After her retirement, she lived in Lexington, Kentucky, and authored a book about a colleague, 
                 Willis Haviland Carrier: Father of Air Conditioning. 
             Because of her achievements, both educational and occupational, Ms. Ingels was chosen, along with Eleanor Roosevelt, as a recipient of the 1940 Women's Centennial Congress. She was also awarded an honorary law degree in 1957 by the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky College of Engineering inducted Ms. Ingels into its 1993 Hall of Distinction. Since 1996, Ms. Ingels' portrait has hung in the Kentucky Capitol's west foyer among the other "Kentucky Women Remembered..." permanent exhibit. 
         
         
             Arrangement note 
             Arranged into twelve series by format. The series include artifacts, certificates, clippings, correspondence, miscellaneous, oversized, personal, photographic prints, professional, publications, scrapbook, and speeches. 
         
         
             Scope and Contents note 
             The Margaret Ingels papers, 1845-1967, bulk 1916-1967 (4.55 cubic feet, 13 boxes) consists of artifacts, dertificates and awards, clippings, correspondence, publications, speeches, a scrapbook, and photographic prints documenting the life and career of Margaret Ingels. 
             The artifacts series includes personal- and business-related memorabilia such as ribbons, awards, name pins and athletic letters. The certificates series includes letter sized documents of family and personal certificates. The clippings series includes genealogical and career-related newspaper and journal articles. The correspondence series includes personal- and business-related notes and letters. The miscellaneous series includes a few family items. 
             The oversized series includes awards, broadsides, certificates, genealogical charts, diplomas, plans/blueprints, prints, and sheet music. The personal series is comprised of calling cards, genealogical information, health reports, poems and religious affiliation. The photographic prints series is arranged in chronological order and is mainly personal in nature, dating from 1907 to 1947. The contents include Margaret Ingels' student days at the University of Kentucky and her career in the air conditioning industry. The professional series includes meeting programs and brochures concerning Ms. Ingels' career. The publications series includes original drafts and articles that appeared in journals and newspapers concerning Ms. Ingels career. 
             The scrapbook series comprises one item, compiled by using Ms. Ingels' college class notes as the pages. It is 139 pages and dates from 1916 to 1924. There is an assortment of memorabilia mostly from her college years but a few items from her career in the air conditioning industry. The speeches series (1929-1952) comprise talks Ms. Ingles gave on behalf of the air conditioning industry and especially as a result of her job as Public Relations Engineer at the Carrier Corporation, illustrating her work in promoting the product. 
             Approximate dates are denoted by square brackets, and items not dated are marked "n.d." 
         
         
             Immediate Source of Acquisition note 
             Gift. 
         
         
             Ingels, Margaret 
             University of Kentucky 
             Air conditioning industry--United States 
             Air conditioning--History 
             Women engineers--United States 
             Women in engineering--United States 
             Women in higher education 
         
         
             
                 
                     Artifacts 
                     I 
                 
                 
                     
                         This folder contains ribbons and awards for the following: "Boone Family," 1925; "Pitt"; "Margaret Ingels American Institute of Chemical Engineers Pittsburgh, PA. 1924 Guest"; "Margaret Ingels Semi-Annual Meeting Chicago ay 21 - 23 1923"; "Ingels Annual Meeting New York Jan. 22-25, 1924 Member"; "Penn State"; Margaret Ingels American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers Buffalo, N. Y. Jan. 27-28-29 1926.", 
                         1 
                         1 
                         1923 - 1926 
                         Blue, white and gold ribbons with metal name tags and pins. 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         This folder contains artifacts: two white college letter Bs, and a white college letter K., 
                         1 
                         2 
                         n.d. 
                         White fabric with mesh backing, measuring 3 1/4 inches by 3 inches, and 5 inches by 4 1/2 inches. 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         This folder contains artifacts: two of Ingels' Carrier Corporation special identification card, includes a photographic print of Ingels; the wallet to hold Ingels' identification cards. Also are two ribbons from the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers thirty-second semi-annual meeting held in Lexington, KY, May 26 - 28, 1926: One ribbon has the seal of the ASHVE and in capital letters state YOUR CAR and below seal states LEXINGTON KENTUCKY, May 26, 1929 and the Second ribbon has the same seal and above it reads UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY and below the seal reads Alumni Engineer and below these words reads Special Receiption Committee (Margaret Ingels was a member of this committee for the Lexington meeting)., 
                         1 
                         3 
                         n.d. 
                         Paper cards measuring 4 inches by 2 1/2 inches, and a black leather wallet 6 inches by 4 inches. 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         This box contains a Distinguished Alumni Centennial Award., 
                         2 
                         4 
                         [1965] 
                         A gold colored medallion encased in transparent plastic mounted on a block of wood, measuring 6 inches by 6 inches by 4 inches. 
                     
                 
             
             
                 
                     Certificates 
                     II 
                 
                 
                     
                         Original certificate of W. Howard Peak illustrating proof of purchase of one share of Madison and Bedford Turn Pike Company, 
                         6 
                         1 
                         August 1892 
                         Paper item measuring six inches by 8 inches 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Original certificate of Miss Belle Ingels, sister of Margaret to receive free tuition to State College of Kentucky, signed by President James K. Patterson., 
                         6 
                         2 
                         1-Jun-03 
                         Paper item measuring eight inches by ten inches 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Copy of a Deposit Bank of Paris, Kentucky to Mr. Vance, Treasurer Kentucky University for sixteen dollars and signed by Belle Ingels, sister of Margaret for Belle's tuition., 
                         6 
                         2 
                         19-Feb-06 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Copy of receipt stating that James W. Ingels paid five dollars for the first installment on his subscription of fifty dollars to Bacon College. Original given by Tate Ingels Peak, granddaughter of James W. Ingels to Transylvania College in 1970, 
                         6 
                         2 
                         October 6, 1845 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Original certificate of Kate Ingels, sister of Margaret to the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky, Normal Department signed by President James K. Patterson and Dean of Normal Department, Milford White, 
                         6 
                         3 
                         19-Jul-07 
                         Paper item measuring nine inches by eleven inches with original seal of A and M College 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Original certificate of Clara Belle Ingels, sister of Margaret to the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky, Normal Department signed by President James K. Patterson and Dean of Normal Department, Milford White, 
                         6 
                         4 
                         19-Jul-07 
                         Paper item measuring nine inches by eleven inches with original seal of A and M College 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from the United States Air Force Ground Observer Corps appointing Margaret as Filter Center Team Supervisor, signed by Clarence H. Allen, Detachment Commender and B. W. Chidlaw, General, United States Air Force Commander, 
                         6 
                         5 
                         10-Jun-55 
                         Paper item measuring eight inches by 10 inches 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from Pi Tau Sigma National Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity, Kentucky Pi Lambda Chapter of the University of Kentucky, signed by M. S. Gjesdahl, National President and H. S. Clark, National Secretary, 
                         6 
                         6 
                         27-Nov-56 
                         Paper item measuring eight inches by ten inches 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from the University of Kentucky Distinguished Alumni Centennial Award signed by President John W. Oswald and Thomas D. Clark, Chairman of the Faculty Centennial Committee, 
                         6 
                         7 
                         22-Feb-65 
                         Paper item measuring eight inches by eleven inches 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from the University of Kentucky Alumni Association to confer upon her membership in the Half Century Club for fifty years of the alumni association signed by President John W. Oswald and Richard E. Cooper, President of the Alumni Association, 
                         6 
                         8 
                         1966 
                         Paper item measuring eight inches by eleven inches 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from the United Service Organizations: Young Men's Christian Association; National Catholic Community Service, National Jewish Works Board, Young Women Christian Association, Salvation Army and Travelers Aid organizations for distinguished service signed by Lindsly F. Kimball, President, H. E. Hovey, State Chairman and J. S. Arnold, Council Chairman, 
                         6 
                         9 
                         n.d. 
                         Paper item measuring eight inches by ten inches 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from the Carrier Corporation conferring her the degree of Pulchritudinous Engineer signed by Head Man John A. Gruner, Dean J. S. Murphy and Footman Jim Manning, 
                         6 
                         10 
                         n.d. 
                         Paper item measuring eight inches by eleven inchses 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Original certificate of Margaret Ingels from the University of Kentucky Alumni Association for life membership signed by President of the Association, James Park and by the Executive Secretary Raymond L. Kirk, 
                         6 
                         11 
                         n.d. 
                         Paper item measuring seven inches by nine inches 
                     
                 
             
             
                 
                     Clippings 
                     III 
                 
                 
                     
                         Mostly newspaper clippings from various newspapers located near Carrier Corporation and a Journal of American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers relating Miss Ingels' service at the Research Laboratory of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, August 1927, 
                         6 
                         12 
                         1910 - 1929 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Mostly newspaper clippings from various newspapers in the north east, 
                         6 
                         13 
                         1930 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Mostly newspaper clippings from various newspapers in the north east, 
                         6 
                         14 
                         1931 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Mostly newspaper clippings from various newspapers in the north east, 
                         6 
                         15 
                         1932 - 1939 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Mostly newspaper clippings from various newspapers in the north east that includes her professional career and one article concerning her genealogy in Bourbon County, Kentucky, 
                         6 
                         16 
                         1940 1942 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Mostly newspaper clippings from various newspapers in the north east that includes her professional career and one article concerning her genealogy in Bourbon County, Kentucky, 
                         6 
                         17 
                         1943 - 1947 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         United States Department of Labor Women's Bureau, Bulletin number 223-5 features women in the field of engineering; Miss Ingels has named some unidentified women that are described in the article and she is listed as one of the women in architecture and engineering who was a source for the bulletin. She is number 26 listed alphabetically: "Margaret Ingels of Carrier Corporation honored as 'Pioneer' in women's careers. Refrigerating Engineering 41:62, January 1941", 
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                         18 
                         21-Jan-47 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Newspaper clippings and two copies of "Midwest Engineer", Western Society of Engineers, with an article on page 16 featuring Miss Ingels as speaker at the Western Society of Engineers Women's Council as part of the Centennial Program June 1952, 
                         6 
                         19 
                         1950 - 1954 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Newspaper clippings concerning Margaret's professional career and her genealogy, 
                         6 
                         20 
                         1960 - 1967 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Newspaper clippings concerning both career and personal life, 
                         6 
                         21 
                         n.d. 
                     
                 
             
             
                 
                     Correspondence 
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                         Correspondence - To or from Ezra Gillis, Granville Terrell, F. Paul Anderson, Margaret Ingels, and unidentified person from the Society of Kentucky Women, New York, New York, 
                         7 
                         1 
                         1919 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Correspondence - To or from Margaret Ingels; F. Paul Anderson; Miss Jelley, F. Paul Anderson's secretary, Margaret's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie B. Ingels, Jesse L. Hibberts, friend from the Knights of Columbus, J. Irvine Lyle, officer at the Carrier Ventillating Corporation, Elizabeth Ogden, Corresponding Secretary of the College Club of Pittsburgh, R. L. Collison, Convention Manager, William Boone Douglass, President of the Boone clan, Mrs. D. Howard Peak (Kate, Margaret's sister), Thomas J. Duffield, New York Commission on Ventilation, Thomas J. Duffield, Executive Secretary of New York Commission on Ventilation, 
                         7 
                         2 
                         1920 - 1929 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Correspondence - To or from Margaret Ingels, D. Howard Peak (brother-in-law), Katherine Moneyhon, Rose Russell Ingels (Margaret's relative), Miss Margaret Agnew, Carnegie Steel Company; Brewster S. Beach, officer Carrier - Lyle Corporation, Florence Johnston (Mrs. Ralph W.), President of the Congress of Clubs and Club Women of Western Pennsylvania; J. B. Faircloth, Editor Mayflower Publishing; Virginia J. Fortiner, Director of Publicity Newark College of Engineering;Georgia W. Leffingwell, Barren, Barton, Durstine and Osborn; D. C. Lindsay, Carrier Engineering Corporation, Newark, New Jersey; Mr. H. D. James, consulting control engineer Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company; Mrs. Grace Stuart Gardner, Women's Advertising Club; President of the United States Herbert Hoover invitation to attend the conference on Home Building and Ownership; H. J. Kelly, Associate Editor of McGraw-Hill Book Company; William H. Price, Jr. sales manager Carrier-Lyle Corporation; H. H. Curtis, manager Brooklyn Union Gas Company, 
                         7 
                         3 
                         1930 - 1933 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Correspondence - Christmas Card from Helen; note from Agnes; Helen Judy Bond, Associate Professor of Household Arts, Teachers College Columbia University, New York; Samuel A. Smith, Burke Brothers General Insurance; S. Richard Schiffman, Attorney at Law; E. O. Evertsaw, Manager Hotel East Orange, New Jersey; Mary of Carrier Corporation; Dot Cheston; W. O. Allison, Carrier General Offices; Peg, Carrier Corporation; T. Christensen (Chris); Willis H. Carrier, officer of Carrier Corporation; Eva; Minnie; John N. Gillham, Carrier Corporation; unidentified person; Vi; Nancy; Katherine I. John, Hospital Service Department of Becton, Dickinson Druggists; Willie; Miss Dot Wefferburg; Peg of Carrier Corporation; Marie; Harry P. Taber; Ethel Jelley F. Paul Anderson's secretary; Leona; L. R. Boulware, Vice President and General Manager of Carrier Corporation; Edna E. Pyle; Giovanna; Louie; S. A. Smith, Burke Brothers General Insurance; J. L. Lyle, Carrier Corporation; Frieda; Hubert; Frances R. Lakes; Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Wefferling, 
                         7 
                         4 
                         1936 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Correspondence - To or from Jack Hollan; Mary, Carrier Corporation; A. W. Carroll, Carrier Corporation; Sue; Samuel A. Smith; Minnie; V. S. Day, Carrier; David E. Kahn; Josephine Anderson; E. V. Evertsen, Hotel East Orange; A. W. Carroll, Carrier Corporation; W. O. Allison, Carrier Corporation; T. Christensen (Chris), Carrier Corporation; Betsy of Jean Lambert Dale Personal Shopping Service, Newark, New Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Church, Woman's Club of Bala Cynwyd; F. J. Wilson, F. J. Wilson Company air conditioning engineers and contractors; Pauline Church, Woman's Club of Bala-Cynwyd, Pennsylvania; Mrs. F. B. Allen; D. W. Lamouree, St. Paul's Men's Club, Nutley, New Jersey; Ethel Jelley; Walter A. Bowe, Advertising and Sales Promotion Manager Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Syracuse, New York; Merwin R. Smith, President of Socony-Boosters Club Chapter number 7; Marie Mitchell, General Electric Company, air conditioning company; Helen C. Hooper, Murray Hill Hotel, New York; Newark Lithograph Company Christmas card; L. K. and Don Frankel gift card; Ethel H., unidentified, 
                         7 
                         5 
                         1937 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Correspondence - To or from Elizabeth Sweeney, Mary Huston Gregory (Federal Housing Administration), Grace M. Kyser, Suelady Brooks (corresponding secretary of Oneida City Federation of Women's Clubs, New York), O. L. Angvine, Executive Secretary of Rochester Engineering Society, Inc., Charles Staples,(Secretary, Carrier Corporation), Professor E. G. Hoefer (North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering of the University of North Carolina, Raleigh), Perry West (Carrier Corporation), Sherman W. Strouse (Program Committee Air Conditioning Council, Buffalo, New York), Helen Morrison (National Office Management Association), Helen G. King (Publicity Bureau, University of Kentucky), 
                         7 
                         6 
                         1938 - 1939 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Correspondence - To or from Miss B. Holdsworth (Post-Standard Company), Miss Elspeth Bennett (College of Home Economics, Syracuse University, New York), William F. Nesbitt (Carrier General Offices, Syracuse, New York), Jim Little (Engineering Editor, Charles Reach Company, New York, New York), H. W. Burger, Ruth Chilton, (Director of Feminine Features for Central New York Broadcasting Corporation, Syracuse, New York),, 
                         7 
                         7 
                         1940 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Correspondence - To or from A. P. Peck (Associate Editor, Scientific American), C. D. Reach (Charles Dallas Reach Company), Bessie Beatty, Rich D. Whitney (Executive Secretary, Technology Club of Syracuse, Inc. and Affiliated Societies), Patricia M. Pennell, Editorial Department of Church Management, Cleveland, Ohio, Belle Ingels, Jim Little (Engineering Editor, Charles Reach Company, New York, New York), Reverend H. W. Burger, Hanover Indiana, John P. McGrail (The (Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Education, Boston, Massachusetts), Elizabeth Sweeney (Syracuse University, College of Home Economics), J. Irvine Lyle (President, Carrier Corporation), Harold E. Steiner (Secretary, Kiwanis Club of DeWitt, New York), Janet T. Crouse[Mrs. George N.] (Central New York Branch of American Pen Women), William M. Bush (Chairman, Rotary Club of Binghamton, New York), N. L. Knipe, Jr. (Lexington Lumber Company, Lexington, Massachusetts), Maude J. Wilmers, N. E. Sheldon (Carrier Field Office, Syracuse, New York), Reynolds Spriggs (Program Chairman, Rotary Club of Auburn, New York), Miss Sally MacDougall (New York World Telegram),, 
                         7 
                         8 
                         1941 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Correspondence - To or from Harold C. Pack (Union Central Life Insurance Company, Syracuse, New York), Thola Tabor Schenck (Corresponding Secretary, Central New York Branch, National League of American Pen Women), Miss Nancy DeBelle (Program Chairman, Science and Engineering Club, New York), Mrs. B. A. Redington, Mrs. R. M. Rosebrugh (Current Events Club, Syracuse, New York), Belle Ingels, sister of Margaret Ingels, Walter Bowe (Selvage and Lee Company, New York, New York), Miss Eloise Davison (Director, of Home Institute, New York Herald Tribune, New York, New York), Miss Alice G. Maslin (The Blue Network), George R. Tilford (College of Business Education and Secretarial Science, Syracuse University), Alma Kitchell (The Blue Network), Herman L. Donovan( President, University of Kentucky), Chester Roberts (Colgate University, Colgate, New York, Committee on Reception and Hospitality), Dr. Mary E. Albee and Margaret Bradley (Commonwealth Club of Syracuse, New York), William Hecht (Mongomery Engineering Company) and unidentified person, 
                         7 
                         9 
                         1942 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Correspondence - To or from unidentifed person concerning the Colgate University for the 1942 Inauguration that Miss Ingels represented the University of Kentucky,, 
                         7 
                         10 
                         1942 
                     
                 
                 
                     
                         Correspondence - To or from Mrs. Cass Williams (Onodaga Council Girl Scouts), Thomas E. Kennedy (Mayor of Syracuse, New York),