2.2 cubic ft.
Collection includes photographs; notebooks; professional and popular writings, 1899-1913; correspondence, notes, references, and reviews concerning Weber's GROWTH OF CITIES; student exams, notebooks, papers, and treatises from Cornell University; and miscellaneous items relating to Cornell, including one handwritten letter from President Jacob Gould Schurman.
Also, family letters, letters published in the Cattaraugus Republican, journal, and other documents relating to his study in Germany. Two small albums, one with cyanotype photos of Cornell and the other of trips, to Niagara Falls and to Florida.
Professor -- Adna Weber graduated from Cornell University in 1894, and was instrumental in the development of urban studies in the United States. He helped found and was secretary of the American Association of Labor Legislation.
Adna Ferrin Weber Papers, #2872. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.