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Trinity alumnus (B.A., 1920; M.A., English, 1924) and educator.
Miscellaneous papers, 1918-1934. Parsons interrupted his college career to serve in World War I. After graduation, he held appointments as instructor in English, Trinity College (1921-1925) and then (1925-1931) as Director, Girls' Department, Loomis Institute (later known as the Chaffee School and subsequently merged with Loomis Institute, the merged schools known as the Loomis-Chaffee School) in Windsor, CT. The papers include correspondence, both personal (some letters in French) and business, and poems attributed to Parsons. Correspondents include F. S. Luther and R. B. Ogilby, presidents of Trinity College, and Odell Shepard, professor of English at Trinity College and author. One hundred and thirty five items. Arranged and inventoried.
Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.
Trinity College, "Paul S. Parsons Collection" (1999). Watkinson Manuscripts Finding Aids. 27.