American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives
In this interview William Hay discusses topics such as: the University of Illinois and Enrico Fermi; Fritz Coche; Bob Ginsberg; biostratigraphy; Mohole project; deep sea drilling project; Maurice Ewing; Bruce Heezen; continental drift; University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science; Lamont-Doherty earth observatory, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; National Science Foundation; Cesare Emiliani; sea floor spreading; Warren Bixley; Max Bromwitz
Filson Historical Society
Papers of Taylor and allied families begin in the late 18th century, when the Taylor family lived in Virginia; soon, Richard Taylor, Jr. moved to Kentucky and served as surveyor in the Jackson Purchase region. His letters describe land surveys, economics and the politics of the area. E.H. Taylor, Jr. moved to Lexington and entered the banking business with the firm of Taylor, Turner and Co. Papers from other branches of E.H. Taylor's family start in the 1830s; his wife's family, the Lewis family of Philadelphia, received letters from Europe as a friend spent several years touring there in the 1840s; those papers also include a letter dealing with a land grant in Texas after William Irvine Lewis was killed at the Alamo. The panic of 1857 forced Taylor out of banking and into the cotton business, as described by letters from J.J. Crittenden arranging for Taylor to purchase cotton in Memphis during the Civil War. The Lewis family was still in the Philadelphia area; Col. Callender Lewis ... Read More
National Library Board, Singapore
Wheaton College - Buswell Library
Two interviews -- Topics covered include his childhood, missionary parents and their work in Nigeria, comparisons between generations of missionaries, Hay's spiritual growth and call to missions, education and training for missionary work, Sudan Interior Mission (later renamed SIM International) for which he worked (as a missionary, administrative executive and director), missionary work in Nigeria, indigenous church administration (particularly in the Evangelical Church of West Africa or ECWA), African church leaders (most notably Byang Kato, Tokunboh Adeyemo, Panya Baba), transition to national leadership, emergence of ECWA's own missionary agency (Evangelical Missionary Society or EMS), paternalism of earlier missionaries and nationalism, his leadership of SIM, previous SIM leaders, organizational restructuring of SIM, wife's role, Evangelical mission leaders, his own management philosophy, and integrity in ministry. Events in the interviews cover the time period 1910-1994
American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives
In this interview William Hay discusses topics such as: the University of Illinois and Enrico Fermi; Fritz Coche; Bob Ginsberg; biostratigraphy; Mohole project; deep sea drilling project; Maurice Ewing; Bruce Heezen; continental drift; University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science; Lamont-Doherty earth observatory, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; National Science Foundation; Cesare Emiliani; sea floor spreading; Warren Bixley; Max Bromwitz
Dartmouth College - Rauner Special Collections Library
Letter to S.C. Bartlett recommending that Dartmouth College confer an honorary degree on N.S. Lincoln; letter to N. Hapgood expressing concern over Augustus Saint Gaudens; letter to R.L. O'Brien on the ratification of treaties
State Library of Western Australia
Autograph album thought to have been collected by Evelyn ("Witty") Hay Robertson (born 1900) starting when she was about 16 years of age. It contains signatures from family and friends from 1916-1924 from various locations including Blackboy Camp, No. 9 Barrack Street, North Perth, Bunbury, Claremont, Cottesloe Beach and Subiaco. It has some illustrations by Harry Vernon Highman and entries from his father, Harry Vauneville Highman, which includes a poem, "Gallipoli 1915 The conflict". Witty Robertson married Harry Vernon Highman in 1925. Subsequently they divorced in 1957. Harry Vernon Highman married Doris Ruby Halligan in 1957 and after her death in 1966, Vernon Highman remarried Witty Robertson in 1968. After the death of Vernon in 1972, Witty married Francis Alexander Thomas in 1973. She passed away in 1999. The papers include marriage and death certificates, Harry's will and Harry's family history records. The collection also includes printouts from the Metropolitan Cemetries ... Read More
Connecticut Historical Society
Stubs and receipts indicating net weight of hay sold by company in Glastonbury, Conn
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Photographs of Hay at various political and civic functions; photographs detailing work as secretary of the 1948 Republican National Convention
Brown University Library