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Hapgood, Beth

Beth Hapgood Papers, 1789-2005.
67 boxes (35 linear feet).
Call no.: MS 434

Beth Hapgood and members of the Brotherhood, ca.1969
Beth Hapgood and members of the Brotherhood, ca.1969

Daughter of a writer and diplomat, and graduate of Wellesley College, Beth Hapgood has been a spiritual seeker for much of her life. Her interests have led her to become an expert in graphology, a student in the Arcane School, an instructor at Greenfield Community College, and a lecturer on a variety of topics in spiritual growth. Beginning in the mid-1960s, Hapgood befriended Michael Metelica, the central figure in the Brotherhood of the Spirit (the largest commune in the eastern states during the early 1970s) as well as Elwood Babbitt, a trance medium, and remained close to both until their deaths.

The Hapgood Papers contain a wealth of material relating to the Brotherhood of the Spirit and the Renaissance Community, Metelica, Babbitt, and other of Hapgood’s varied interests, as well as 4.25 linear feet of material relating to the Hapgood family.

Biographical Note

A self-described “observer,” spiritual seeker, historian, and writer, Beth Hapgood was born in Hanover, New Hampshire, during the height of the great influenza epidemic of 1918, the first of three children in a family of intellectuals and writers. Her father Norman Hapgood, was a diplomat under Woodrow Wilson and a prominent editor of magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar and the Christian Register. Her mother Elizabeth (Reynolds) was one of the first female professors at Dartmouth, a linguist who was instrumental in establishing the Russian department and who served as a translator for the legendary Russian acting teacher Constantin Stanislavki. Talent flourished elsewhere in Hapgood veins as well. Beth’s uncle Hutchins Hapgood was a well-known writer who co-founded the Providence Players, a politically-active theatre group in Rhode Island, with his wife Neith Boyce. Another uncle, William Powers Hapgood, founded the Columbia Conserve Company, worker-owned a cannery in Indiana that is nationally recognized as an innovative experiment in workplace democracy.

As a child, Beth enjoyed a privileged life, traveling throughout Europe with her parents as they pursued various literary and diplomatic projects. However, after Norman’s death from complications of pneumonia in 1937, Elizabeth found it difficult to travel so extensively with her three growing children. Following a final trip to Russia to visit Stanislavski, she brought her family back to the United States where they divided their time between homes in New York City and Petersham, Massachusetts.

Beth credits her upbringing in New York with making her a “seeker.” She recalls being engrossed by the endless variety of people encountered during her long walks through the city, and although she was a quiet student, she remembers a teacher reassuring her that “still waters run deep.” Through the influence of her mother, Hapgood became convinced at a young age that women are capable of being whatever they want to be. She carried this realization with her to Wellesley College, from which she graduated in 1940 with a degree in sociology, and through her masters degree in psychology at Farleigh-Dickinson University. Always fascinated with understanding the thoughts and motives of others and how people communicate, she chose to study graphology, the science of handwriting analysis. Her thesis, the first academic study of handwriting analysis in the United States, led to a successful career in graphology, spawning a weekly newspaper column and numerous articles and conference papers.

At one of these graphology conferences, Hapgood met Bob St. Clair, with whom she fell in love and, against the wishes of her family, married in 1940. She described St. Clair as a “blue-eyed grasshopper” for his inability to stick to one job, and for the first several years of their marriage, the family moved around with remarkable regularity. Before settling in Northfield, Mass. in 1952, the Hapgoods passed through Virginia, Maryland, Long Island, New York City, and Maine, all the while their family grew to include six children: Amy, Steven, Eva, Bea-Beth, Jon, and Tina. In Northfield, the St. Clairs purchased a youth hostel at 88 Main Street, a rambling house that had been one of the first youth hostels in the nation. Despite the demands of her young family, Beth afforded herself the opportunity to spend time in the hostel and listen in on the travelers’ conversations, the constant ebb and flow of people through the hostel fit perfectly with her ideas about a global human family that was infinitely interconnected. By 1956, though, the responsibilities of running an active hostel grew too great, leading the St. Clairs to close down that portion of the house.

In 1963, she found a new opportunity to explore the philosophical and spiritual questions that had always occupied her by accepting a position teaching psychology and sociology at Greenfield Community College (GCC). A key event in her spiritual development came in 1969 when she was introduced to a local trance medium, Elwood Babbitt, by her maverick cousin, Charles Hapgood. Although fourteen years her senior, Charles and Beth enjoyed a close relationship founded on their equally unorthodox view of life and pursuit of a deeper understanding of personal relation and in Elwood, both found a close friend and inspiration. Clairvoyant from his youth, Babbitt had developed his psychic abilities at the Edgar Cayce Institute, and by the mid-1960s, was well known locally through his readings and lectures, often opening his home to other seekers. Charles, a professor at Keene State College, had worked closely with Babbitt studying the physical effects of the medium’s trance lectures, and by 1967, he began to take on the painstaking process of transcribing and copying them. With communications purporting to come from Jesus, Albert Einstein, Mark Twain, and the Hindu god Vishnu, among others, these lectures formed the basis for several books by Hapgood and Babbitt, including Voices of Spirit (1975) and Talks with Christ (1981). Like her cousin, Beth worked closely with Babbitt, establishing a non-profit, alternative school, the Opie Mountain Citadel, which was essentially run out of Babbitt’s home in Northfield.

1968 was a pivotal year for Hapgood, who was not immune to the social changes sweeping the nation. In that year, her marriage dissolved and health problems forced her to take leave from her teaching responsibilities at GCC , leaving her to question whether she should could her home. Although the hostel at 88 Main Street had officially shut down years previously, the tide of young people coming through Hapgood’s life never slowed. Many came into her life through her children, and many seemed to be seeking an emotional safe haven from what Hapgood calls “(the) chaotic times, when the shattering of basic trust and order went way beyond the smashing of an atom.” Whatever it was that initially drew so many young people to Western Massachusetts, these travelers would have a lasting impact on Hapgood and her family.

Among all the young people drawn to Hapgood in the mid-1960s, Michael Metelica stands out. Metelica first appeared at 88 Main Street as a sixteen year old in 1966, a friend of Hapgood’s daughter Eva. From the beginning, he and Beth developed a close bond, remaining in contact when Metelica dropped out of school and traveled to San Francisco in 1966 to join the Hells Angels and take part in the cultural revolution shaking the Haight Ashbury district. She was there to greet him when he returned to his home in Leyden, Mass., two years later, burned out and disillusioned. Looking for an alternative way of living, Metelica moved into a treehouse in June 1968, joined shortly by eight of his friends. Almost immediately, others were drawn to the group who dubbed themselves the Brotherhood of the Spirit, forming the core of what would eventually become the largest commune in the eastern United States.

In rural Leyden, local reaction to the Brotherhood was decidedly mixed, and after the treehouse was burned in August 1968, the members built a shack to replace it. In the next year and half, the group moved several times, settling for a short time in Charlemont, Mass., in Guilford, Vermont, and Heath, Mass., before purchasing 25 acres in Warwick, not far from Babbitt’s house. The early days of the Brotherhood were full of ideas and growth. The early members wholeheartedly embraced the sixties ethos by dropping out of the mainstream to rethink the values with which they had been raised and proclaiming that they were an “unintentional community,” a group of peers without hierarchy or leadership who shared all in common. Drawn largely from the working class, rather than their middle class roots, the early members created a commune with a distinctive tenor. Although early on the Brotherhood adopted a strict policy of no drugs, alcohol, violence, or promiscuity, as the commune grew, it became increasingly clear that they would be unable to monitor every individual. By 1970, the Brotherhood was hosting over a hundred visitors a day in addition to the seventy permanent members, and particularly among the transients, many of the excesses of the sixties became commonplace. Coming from all across the country, the crush of visitors made it difficult to maintain the unity of vision and increasingly, an inner circle of original members assumed greater authority.

In 1970, Babbitt entered the scene at the Brotherhood and soon became a sort of “spiritual mentor” to the community, teaching Metelica how to develop his psychic abilities. With his charismatic personality, Metelica had little trouble taking on the role of spiritual leader, as he had community leader, even though he was barely in his twenties. By late in the summer, Metelica began to channel higher spirits on his own, claiming to be the reincarnation of St. Peter and Robert E. Lee. Several members of the Brotherhood credited him with helping initiate a “spiritual renaissance” within the community and with revealing a “purpose in life.” But life in the Brotherhood was not without conflict. Adding to the hard labor of raising their own food and caring for the property were regular complaints about the quantity and quality of food. While members aspired to live truly communally by taking odd jobs in the area and signing over their income to the group, Metelica took the primary responsible for distributing the funds. Particularly in later years, many members felt that Metelica’s generosity toward favored members of the commune was matched with miserliness toward others, an affront to the commune’s stated egalitarian principles. Using communal funds, he relentlessly pursued a musical career. The commune’s band, Spirit in Flesh, formed in 1970, spared no expense on equipment, touring, recording, or advertising, and in at least a limited way, Metelica earned the adulation and other trappings of a rock star’s life.

Meanwhile, Hapgood, whose marriage to Bob St. Clair had ended and health was failing, was still looking to sell her home on 88 Main Street. Seeing that many of the visitors to the Brotherhood were forced to sleep outside in the cold, she decided to sign over the deed to 88 Main Street to the Brotherhood, whom she viewed not only as sharing her spiritual outlook, but as “reaching out with a strong and radiant faith to help other young people toward true spiritual awareness and affirmation of life.” 88 Main soon became the headquarters for the inner circle of the Brotherhood who, as Hapgood later wrote, descended “like a swarm of locusts,” forcing her and her family out. Despite this, Hapgood continued her relationship with Metelica, even as her involvement with the commune diminished.

Local opposition to the Brotherhood, a constant from the Leyden days, reached a crisis point in 1972, in part due to Metelica himself. The revelation that many members had signed up for welfare checks piqued local ire, and the fact that Metelica had required members to sign over their assets while he could be seen driving expensive cars added fuel to the generic mistrust of the community’s esoteric beliefs. Metelica’s increasingly erratic behavior and drug and alcohol abuse became points of further contention, both between the Brotherhood and the local community and within the Brotherhood itself. Metelica responded to the tensions by dissolving the Brotherhood in 1973, forming in its stead a for-profit corporation that he called Metelica’s Aquarian Concept. Changing his name to Rapunzel, Metelica required members to apply for admission to the Concept, promise to take jobs and sign over their full income. Spirit in Flesh was later rechristened Rapunzel, and the members of the commune embarked on a diverse series of commercial enterprises, including a highly successful greeting card company, Renaissance Greeting Cards, a music store, bus service, vegetarian restaurant, and pizza shop.

In 1974, the Aquarian Concept was renamed Renaissance Community to signify the commune’s rebirth. At the time, membership numbered in the hundreds, and as individual members began working and earning their own money, many became even less willing to accept the hierarchy that had developed. Several members came even to question Metelica’s sanity and ability to run the commune. In 1975, the house in Warwick had become so dilapidated that it was virtually uninhabitable, and commune members began fanning out to other Brotherhood owned properties in western Massachusetts. By 1978, one faction came into full rebellion against Metelica, who, for all intents and purposes, had ceased to be any kind of spiritual leader as he focused almost exclusively on his band and a few select members. Babbitt’s interaction with the commune also came to an end after a falling out with Metelica. In 1981, a faction associated with Renaissance Greeting Cards officially split and moved their operations to Maine (where they have continued to prosper). Life in the Renaissance Community became increasingly tense as Metelica was drawn increasingly to a life of drugs, guns, and motorcycles. In a particularly telling instance, his proposal to build a shooting range on the property caused at least one longtime member to leave the community. Despite drug use and financial mismanagement, Metelica remained on the commune off and on until 1988, when the remaining members paid him $20,000 to leave.

Though ousted from her home in Northfield, Hapgood continued on her quest for spiritual enlightenment. At the same time she signed ownership of 88 Main Street over to the Brotherhood, Hapgood officially resigned from GCC, explaining in her letter of resignation that her “first and primary commitment is to the inmost Spirit of the Universe.” After seriously considering a career in the ministry, she married Bob Backman, a graphologist and founder of H.A.R.L. (Handwriting Analysis Research Library), one of the only graphology libraries in the country, and the couple moved to Peace Valley Farm in Royalston, Massachusetts. From there, Hapgood organized workshops and courses on a variety of subjects, including graphology, parenting, and grief counseling. In the mid-1970s she established One World Fellowship, a spiritual group that held regular meetings, published newsletters, and sponsored various events with spiritual focus. Ultimately, One World Fellowship became Hapgood’s own publishing company.

The spiritual quest led Hapgood down several new paths during the 1970s, taking her into the Arcane School and the Findhorn Community in Scotland. Although she never held any official position in the Arcane School, an esoteric organization devoted to spiritual enlightenment, Hapgood was energetic in corresponding with other students, answering their responses to monthly reports on their spiritual progress, and writing lectures that were distributed among her peers. From 1978 to 1980, she lived at the Findhorn Community, a community dedicated to spiritual education and the transformation of human consciousness. All the while, Hapgood kept up a furious pace in writing letters and essays, and continued to teach and work closely with the GCC community through the International Students Program, the Opportunity Center, Campus Free College, and the International Students Program.

The Renaissance Community has survived in Warwick, although membership is considerably lower and individuals now own their own property. Metelica eventually moved to Cairo, New York, where he was diagnosed with cancer. He remained in contact with Hapgood and, in 2002, attended a service held in his honor at Hapgood’s house that was attended by former Brotherhood members. Although the animosities of the past had not been fully rectified by time of Metelica’s death in 2003, many of the members cite this gathering as being a positive and healing experience. Elwood Babbitt passed away in 2001. As of 2005, Hapgood resides in Greenfield and continues her prodigious correspondence and writing projects.

Scope and Contents of the Collection
Members of the Brotherhood of the Spirit.

Members of the Brotherhood of the Spirit.

Throughout her life, Beth Hapgood has been an observer standing near the center of social change. Whether it was the largest commune in New England emerging from her kitchen table or her friendship with Elwood Babbitt, who channeled Vishnu in her living room, it is difficult to argue that Hapgood’s life has been a maelstrom of people, ideas, history, spirituality, and hard work. Hapgood’s collection documents many facets of the alternative history of western Massachusetts from the 1950s through the 1980s and the varied people who came through her life. Her connection with emerging new thought and ways of living are well represented in the collection. This self-imposed responsibility to record the events and lives of the people around her has resulted in a diverse and comprehensive collection that spans over a century. From the history of the Hapgood family to the Brotherhood of the Spirit, Hapgood’s collection documents the life of a woman who considered herself not only an observer but the memory of several generations of family, friends, and fellow human beings.

The Hapgood collection contains correspondence, diaries, e-mails, oral and written histories, poetry, newspaper clippings, tapes and transcripts of Babbitt’s trance lectures, legal records, photographs, and a variety of printed materials that give flesh to Beth Hapgood’s evolving interests in graphology and spiritual development, as well as her association with Michael Metelica and the Brotherhood of the Spirit commune. The collection also includes some genealogical material on the Hapgood family, family and town histories, miscellaneous books, welfare reports from the town of Greenfield, book and meeting notes, business and legal correspondence, a memorial scrapbook, various manuscripts, and information pertaining to Opie Mountain and One World Fellowship.


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Terms of Access and Use
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The collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation

Cite as: Beth Hapgood Papers (MS 434). Special Collections and University Archives, W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University of Massachusetts Amherst.

History of the Collection

Acquired from Beth Hapgood, July-December 2005.

Processing Information

Processed by Dominique Tremblay, December 2005.


Additional Information

Language
English


Contents List
1968-2005

The history of the Brotherhood of the Spirit is complex and ongoing, and the documents that survive in Hapgood’s collection pertaining to the commune represent only a fraction of the variety of experiences of members. Hapgood made a conscious effort to record the history of the commune through oral histories and interviews (mostly from the late 1980s and 1990s), letters, and audiotapes, and the resulting collection reveals much about the workings of the Brotherhood and Hapgood’s relationship with its members. The correspondence in particular paints a vivid picture of daily life on the commune and relationships between Michael Metelica and other commune members. The question of whether the Brotherhood was a commune or a cult is a subjective one with no definitive answer, but through the correspondence, histories (oral and written), and publications, it is possible to get a glimpse into the inner-life of the largest commune in New England.

This series contains numerous articles and newspaper clippings about the Brotherhood, several newsletters and publications published by the Brotherhood, programs, announcements, notes, flyers, radio interviews with Metelica, Hapgood and others, poetry, group e-mails and pamphlets of events for former members. The bulk of the correspondence in this series is written to Metelica from various brotherhood members; these letters are filed under the name of the writer but it cases of single and unidentified letters they are filed under “Correspondence: Metelica, Michael.” Most other correspondence pertains to legal, business and music matters or is communication between Hapgood and various commune members. Also included in this series are oral histories taken, for the most part, by Hapgood, written histories, collective journals kept by Brotherhood members, a lecture to Metelica through Elwood Babbitt, documents pertaining to musical group, “Spirit in Flesh,” remaining documents of Daniel Pritchett, a former Renaissance Community member, reports from the Greenfield Welfare Department and a signed statement by members of the Brotherhood.

1967-2003

However much some may question Elwood Babbitt’s true powers as a psychic, his channeling sessions, slowly and painfully transcribed by Hapgood, had an undeniable effect on the people who bore witness. Babbitt was the spiritual advisor of the Brotherhood in the early years and his influence on Michael Metelica, while ultimately unknowable, may have played a huge role in the politics of the Brotherhood. He also started two alternative schools, Opie Mountain and Caduceus School and was at one point taken to court for not sending his sons to public school.

This series consists mainly of trance lectures through Babbitt and transcribed by Hapgood. He channeled various figures such as Albert Einstein, Krishna, Jesus, Edgar Cayce, Cornelius and James Parker Mills but none more than the Hindu god Vishnu, whom Babbitt channeled for most of 1970. Numerous documents pertaining to Opie Mountain are included in this series such as membership lists, newsletters, progress reports, resource information, legal documents, events, lectures, articles and announcements. Also included are manuscripts of Joseph Armellino’s “Autobiography of Elwood Babbitt,” correspondence, trance lectures through Babbitt’s wife, Daria Babbitt, book notes, a manuscript of “Dare the Vision and Endure,” information on Caduceus School and oral histories by Hapgood, Elwood Babbitt and Emily Babbitt.

1969-2004

Hapgood was a prodigious writer and nowhere is this more evident in her correspondence. The detail and thought of each letter provides a clear window into Hapgood’s compassion and human understanding. The sheer volume of people that have passed through Hapgood’s life are also evident in this series. Some of correspondence, such as with friends Steve O’Rourke, Ardy and artist Beatrice Wood, spanned for several decades. Hapgood also kept in touch with several former member of the Brotherhood such as Lois Sellers, David Schonbrunn, Alaina Snipper and Rachel Goldstein. These letters are interesting because they discuss the Brotherhood and Michael Metelica with the benefit of time and distance. Hapgood’s correspondence with prison inmates, Mark Defriest, Gregory Powell Lateef and others offer concrete evidence of Hapgood’s generosity and faith in the human spirit.

1932-2002

After retiring from Greenfield Community College, Hapgood worked tirelessly on her writing projects. Hapgood’s need to record the events of her life and those around her is evident in talking with her and reading her work. When talking to Hapgood, many times she answers questions about the past by saying, “it’s in the book!” Several of her books, “Heirs of Fission-Pioneers of Fusion,” “88 Main Street” and “Tidal Wave in Our Time” record the history of the Brotherhood, her home in Northfield that she eventually gave to the Brotherhood and the ramifications of the atom bomb on her children’s generation. Other titles such as “Fire Weed Flowers,” Musings from Benie’s Notebook,” and “Beyond Musings” are collections of poetry of poetry and other writing by Hapgood and others.

1959-2004

Materials in this series pertain to Hapgood’s life as a professional graphologist, a psychology professor at Greenfield Community College (GCC) and a self-appointed educator. Graphology materials include newsletters, correspondence, articles by Hapgood and her ex-husband, Bob Backman, notes, meeting notes and academic papers. Other materials documenting Hapgood’s professional life include activities reports from GCC, course materials, documents from the International Student’s Program, proposals for classes, resumes, letters of recommendation and resignation, newspaper clippings, and correspondence. Also documented in this series are Hapgood’s work with Campus Free College, Creative Growth Counseling, Elder Services, Rowe Liberation Camp, GCC Opportunity Center, Peace Valley Farm and “Being a Parent Today” workshops.

1968-2002

Hapgood’s work with the Arcane School compromises the majority of this series. The Arcane School is an esoteric school that Hapgood was involved with throughout the 1970s. This series contains Hapgood’s correspondence, monthly reports and lectures from her work with the Arcane School. For two years in the late 1970s, Hapgood studied at Findhorn Institute in Scotland and her correspondence, notes, exercises, oral histories and articles from this period are included in this series. One World Fellowship, an organization started by Hapgood in the mid-1970s, was a spiritual group but ultimately morphed into her publishing company. Agendas, announcements, by-laws, correspondence, membership lists, meeting notes, newsletters, a proposal for tax-exempt status and events from One World fellowship are housed within this series. There is also a considerable amount of printed material on organizations such as The Pond, Seed Group International, Society for a Conscious Evolution, The World Congress Foundation, Planetary Citizens, Planetary Initiative and Traprock Peace Center. Additionally, writings, newsletters and correspondence of Ellafern (Mata) Poindexter, an accomplished poet and yogi, is included in this series.

1933-2003

The majority of this series contains Hapgood’s personal journals. Most of these are handwritten with the exception of “car tapes” which are transcribed by Hapgood from tape recordings made while driving. The journals provide great insight into the people in Hapgood’s life and help establish a timeline for events of the Hapgood family and, through her personal relationship with Michael Metelica, the Brotherhood of the Spirit. This series also contains the writings of other people such as Mark Defriest, Craig Gerard, Cathy Drew, Ray Hargreaves, Marishka Kuzontkoski, Pamela Mikalson, Irene Resenfeld, Gregory Powell Lateef, Joel Stanley, Walker Thomas, Cliff Tobey, Scott Hunter and several unknown authors. Additionally, interviews and oral histories with Hapgood’s friends Ardy, Martha B. Hoagland, Ted Martineau and Stanley Joel, artwork, notes, prayers, quotations, articles, political and Native American literature and parapsychology readings are included in this series.

1789-2004

The Hapgood Family has a long history in this country that dates back to the 18th century in Petersham, Massachusetts. Hapgood’s parents, Norman and Elizabeth Reynolds Hapgood, were respected writers and prominent figures. Her father was the editor of Harper’s Weekly and wrote books on Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and others. Her mother was a linguist who helped establish the Russian department at Dartmouth College and served as primary translator to Stanislavski, the famed Russian acting teacher. Her uncle, Hutchins Hapgood was married to writer Neith Boyce with whom he founded the Providence Players theater group. Her other uncle, William Powers Hapgood founded the first worker owned corporation and was instrumental in the labor struggle during the first early part of the 20th century. Writing, correspondence and other miscellaneous materials from all these people and, in some cases their children, is included in this series. Additionally, there is considerable correspondence between Hapgood, her children (Steven St. Clair, Amy Goepp, Bea-Beth St. Clair, Tina Visscher, Eva Langlois, Jonny St. Clair), grandchildren, and former husbands (Bob St. Clair, Bob Backman). The locations of other Hapgood family collections, Hapgood family materials dating from the 19th century and the history of Petersham, Massachusetts are also included in this series.

1938-2002

The bulk of this series consists of audiotapes of interviews with former members of the Brotherhood of the Spirit and trance lectures of Elwood Babbitt. Most of these are transcribed and can be found in either Series 1 or 2 (Brotherhood of the Spirit and Elwood Babbitt). There are also other interviews with a number of Hapgood’s friends or contributors to her work. These can be generally found, transcribed in Series 7 (Personal). Other audiotapes included in this series are radio interviews with Beth Hapgood, graphology lectures, radio shows, interviews from Findhorn, personal journal entries (“car tapes”) and other unidentified cassettes. The reel to reel subseries consists mostly of Elwood Babbitt trance lectures, some of which are to Michael Metelica. The videotapes pertain mostly to Renaissance Community and Elwood Babbitt. Both the photographs and the scrapbooks include photos of the Hapgood family, the Brotherhood of the Spirit, Elwood Babbitt and other unidentified people.

1970-2003

This series contains newspaper clippings collected by Beth Hapgood. They cover a variety of topics including small presses in Massachusetts and the 1960s generation.

Contents List
Series 1. Brotherhood of the Spirit
1968-2005
2001 Center
undated
Box 1
Abrahamson, Steve
1974
Box 1
Abrahamson, Steve: Diploma
1980
Box 1

B.A. from University of Massachusetts

Announcements, Programs
1971-2003
Box 1
Articles
1968-1969
Box 1
Articles
1970
Box 1
Articles
1971
Box 1
Articles
1972
Box 1
Articles
1973
Box 1
Articles
1974-1976
Box 1
Articles
1977
Box 1
Articles
1978-1979
Box 1
Articles
1980-1989
Box 2
Articles
1990-2003
Box 2
Articles
undated
Box 2
Articles: Communes
1977-1996
Box 2
Articles: “The Optimist”
1996
Box 2
Babbitt, Elwood
1996, 1970
Box 2

Kishamet to Michael

Baker, Jim
1974-1990
Box 2
Baldrate, Karl
1996
Box 2
Baldrate, Karl
1997-1999, undated
Box 2
Barton, Elizabeth
1973-1974
Box 2
Bergman, Bob
1973
Box 2
Bercowitz, Shelley
1973-1974
Box 2
Bibliography
undated
Box 2
Black Snake Women
1990
Box 2
Boschan, Jack
undated
Box 2
Bowyer, Marie
1973-1974
Box 2
Braden, Donna
1973-1974
Box 2
Brotherhood of the Spirit, “We Have Found our True Selves”
1978
Box 2

Statement signed by members of the Brotherhood of the Spirit.

Brown, Dan
1974, undated
Box 2
Businesses
undated
Box 2
Businesses: Correspondence
1973-1974, undated
Box 2
Campbell, Don
1973-1974, undated
Box 3
Campbell, Jolaine
1973-1974
Box 3
Carson, Chi Chi
1979, undated
Box 3
Chruseuit, Lori
undated
Box 3
Citizens Awareness Network
undated
Box 3

Group formed to shut down Yankee Rowe nuclear plant.

Cohen, Alanna
1973, undated
Box 3
Cresup, Afan
1974, undated
Box 3
Crum, Richard
1974
Box 3
Doescher, Timmy
1974, undated
Box 3
Easley, Christopher
1971-1980
Box 3
Events
1990s
Box 3

Of former Brotherhood members.

Fenner, Renee
1974
Box 3
Fitzpatrick, Robin Lee
1973-1974
Box 3
Gilbert, Mimi
undated
Box 3
Geisler, Bruce
1973-1993, undated
Box 3

Includes correspondence with Beth Hapgood and Michael Metelica.

Goldstein, Bonnie Rachel
1973-1974, undated
Box 3
Greenfield (Mass.) Department of Welfare, “The Warwick Commune”
ca. 1971
Box 3

Welfare Department’s assessment of the commune.

Greenfield (Mass.), Selectmen
1973
Box 3

Letters by Brotherhood members to Selectmen.

Greenfield (Mass.), Selectmen
1973-1974
Box 3

Letters by Brotherhood members to Selectmen.

Group E-mails
1998-2002
Box 3

Mailing List.

Group E-mails
2003
Box 3

Mailing List.

Group E-mails
2003
Box 3
Group E-mails
2004-2005
Box 3
Haber, Jon
1974, undated
Box 3
Hamilton, Phyllis
1973-1974, 1980
Box 3
Hapgood, Beth, Book Notes
undated
Box 4

For Brotherhood/Renaissance Community Book.

Hapgood, Beth, Correspondence
1971-1993
Box 4

Correspondence with Brotherhood members.

Hapgood, Beth, Correspondence
undated
Box 4

Correspondence with Brotherhood members.

Hapgood, Beth, Notes and Correspondence
1974-1997
Box 4

With Michael Metelica.

Hapgood, Beth, Notes on Brotherhood Members
1992-1995, undated
Box 4
Harris, Connie
undated
Box 4
Harris, Jane
1998, undated
Box 4

Includes individual recollections of members and Harris’ article on the Brotherhood.

Hibbard, Wendy
1974, 1993, undated
Box 4

Includes Correspondence with Beth Hapgood and Michael Metelica.

Higgins, Jerri
undated
Box 4
Histories: Baldrate, Karl
undated
Box 4
Histories: Brown, Dan, “A Tale of Reincarnation,” and “There Exists a Fine Line”
1997-1999
Box 4

Includes chronology of Renaissance Community.

Histories: DeFanti, Mark, “An Examination of Communal Living”
1991
Box 4

BA Thesis

Histories: Petrin, Aimee M., “Misunderstanding Led to Tension”
undated
Box 4
Histories: Seiser, Laura
undated
Box 4
Histories: Unknown Author
undated
Box 4
Histories: Unknown Author
undated
Box 4
Houlihan, Michael
undated
Box 4
Household Matters: Correspondence
undated
Box 4

Includes house rules.

Howes, Sandy
1973-1974
Box 4
Jones, Shirley
1990
Box 4

Letter to Beth Hapgood about the Brotherhood.

Jordan, Sylvia
1974, undated
Box 4
Journals: Collective Journals
1968
Box 5

Contributed to by all members of the Brotherhood.

Journals: Collective Journals
1969-1970
Box 5

Contributed to by all members of the Brotherhood.

Journals: Collective Journals
1971-1975
Box 5

Contributed to by all members of the Brotherhood.

Journals: Collective Journals
1968-1971
Box 5

Contributed to by all members of the Brotherhood but kept separately by Beth Hapgood.

Journals: Hapgood, Beth and Unknown Author
1969, 1994-1996
Box 5
Journals: Sklenar, Linda
undated
Box 5
Keyes, Laura Odess
1973-1974, undated
Box 5
Kirkpatrick, Stephan
undated
Box 5
Kotowski, Karen
1973-1974, undated
Box 5
La Mar, Carey
undated
Box 5
Legal Correspondence and Documents
1968-1992
Box 5
Lassen, Laurel
undated
Box 5
Mason, Lori
1973-1974, undated
Box 5
Matusow, Harvey Job
1974-1988, undated
Box 5
Metelica’s Aquarian Concept
1973
Box 5

Notes from Brotherhood members about their desired positions in the corporation.

Metelica, Jacquie (Starshine)
1974
Box 5
Metelica, Margaret and John
1971, 1973
Box 5
Metelica, Michael: Arrest Report
1977
Box 5
Metelica, Michael: Correspondence
1968-1990
Box 5
Metelica, Michael: Correspondence
undated
Box 6
Metelica, Michael: Correspondence
undated
Box 6
Metelica, Michael: Correspondence
1973-1974, undated
4 folders
Box 6

Most is typed duplicate correspondence.

Metelica, Michael: Correspondence
2003-2004
Box 6

Regarding his death.

Metelica, Michael: I Ching Readings
1986-1992
Box 6
Metelica, Michael: Meeting Minutes (excerpts)
undated
Box 6
Metelica, Michael: Selectman Campaign
1981
Box 6
Meyer, Roberta
1973
Box 6
Miller, Lynne
undated
Box 6
Miller, Ruth
1973, undated
Box 6
Miscellaneous
Box 6
Miscellaneous: Correspondence
undated
Box 6
Music: Articles
1971-1972
Box 6
Music: Band Bio and Set List
undated
Box 6
Music: Correspondence
1973-1977
Box 7
Music: Flyers
undated
Box 7
Music: Invoices
1974
Box 7
Music: Legal Documents
1974
Box OS68
Music: Notes
undated
Box 7
Music: “Spirit in Flesh” (LP)
1972
Box OS68
Odess, Cindy
undated
Box 7
Odess, Jacki
1974, undated
Box 7
Oral Histories: Baznik, Bob (and Joe Ryer)
1986,1989
Box 7
Oral Histories: Baker, Jim
1988
Box 7
Oral Histories: Brown, Dan
1987, 1996
Box 7
Oral Histories: Campbell, Don
1991
Box 7
Oral Histories: Clark, Nancy
1992
Box 7
Oral Histories: DeFanti, Mark
1991
Box 7
Oral Histories: Edison, Doug
1996
Box 7
Oral Histories: Evan, Eddie
1990
Box 7
Oral Histories: Flynn, Dan
1989
Box 7
Oral Histories: Frobel, David
1988
Box 7
Oral Histories: Garland, Chris
1992
Box 7
Oral Histories: Geisler, Bruce
1993
Box 7
Oral Histories: Goldstein, Bonnie
1990
Box 7
Oral Histories: Goodland, Gale
1987
Box 7
Oral Histories: Green, Dave
1989
Box 7
Oral Histories: Hamilton, Phyllis
1996
Box 7
Oral Histories: Haber, Jon
1989
Box 7
Oral Histories: Hapgood, Beth
1970, 1978
Box 7
Oral Histories: Hapgood, Beth
1989
Box 7
Oral Histories: Hapgood, Beth
1998
Box 7
Oral Histories: Harris, Jane and Alan
1989-1992
Box 7
Oral Histories: Jacobs, Tony
1989
Box 7
Oral Histories: Jaquay-Wilson, Sandy Howes
1990
Box 7
Oral Histories: Kashner, Teri
1989
Box 7
Oral Histories: Larson, Emily
1988
Box 7
Oral Histories: Lewis, Angelo John
1988
Box 7
Oral Histories: Matusow, Harvey Job
1988
Box 7
Oral Histories: McCue, Brian
1996
Box 7
Oral Histories: Metelica, Michael
1988
Box 7
Oral Histories: Metelica, Michael
1992, 1996
Box 7
Oral Histories: Odess, Jacki
1978
Box 7
Oral Histories: Phelps, Rob
1989
Box 8
Oral Histories: Pritchett, Daniel
1988-1990
Box 8
Oral Histories: Reynolds, David
1985
Box 8
Oral Histories: Ristich, May
1987
Box 8
Oral Histories: Samit, Liz
1991
Box 8
Oral Histories: Schonbrun, David
1986-1992
Box 8
Oral Histories: Sluter, Dale
1988-1996
Box 8
Oral Histories: Smith, Brian
1994
Box 8
Oral Histories: Tilton, Bill and Jane
undated
Box 8
Oral Histories: Tschetter, Alan
1989
Box 8
Oral Histories: Van Camp, Michael
1991
Box 8
Oral Histories: Wertheimer, Howie
1988-1991
Box 8
Oral Histories: Wilhelm, Steve
undated
Box 8
Oral Histories: Wilson, Jenny
1988
Box 8
Poetry: Unknown Author
1974, 1977
Box 8

Includes chronology of author.

Poetry: Flynn, Kay
1988
Box 8
Poetry: Washer, Ginny
1988
Box 8
Pritchett, Daniel
1990
Box 8

Memorial by Beth Hapgood.

Pritchett, Daniel
1990
Box 8

Memorial by Beth Hapgood.

Pritchett, Dore
1974, undated
Box 8
Publications: “The Circle”
1975
Box 8
Publications: “The Circle”
1976
Box 8
Publications: “Free Spirit Press” (v.1, no.1)
undated
Box 8
Publications: “Free Spirit Press” (v.1, no.2)
undated
Box 8
Publications: “Free Spirit Press” (v.1, no.3)
undated
Box 8
Publications: “Free Spirit Press” (v.1, no.4)
undated
Three copies.
Box 9
Radio Interview: WFCR
1971
Box 9
Radio Interview: WMUA
1970
Box 9
Radio Interview: WRSI
1981, 1982
Box 9
Renaissance Church: Sermons
1974
Box 9
Renaissance Church: Sermons,
1974
Box 9
Renaissance Church: Sermons
1974
Box 9
Renaissance Church: Sermons
1974
Box 9
Renaissance Church: Sermons
1974
Box 9
Renaissance Community: Newsletter
1978-1979
Box 9
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, Artwork
undated
Box 9
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, The Big Time Store
1973, undated
Box 9
Renaissance Community: Prittchet, Daniel, Correspondence
1978-1990
Box 9
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, Correspondence
1978-1990
Box 9
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, Correspondence
1978-1990
Box 9
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel: Correspondence
1978-1990
Box 10
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, Documents
1969-1990
Box 10
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, The Meeting School
1988, undated
Box 10
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, Memorial Service
1990
Box 10
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, Miscellaneous
undated
Box 10
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, Newsletters and Flyers
undated
Box 10
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, Notes
undated
Box 10
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, Official Correspondance
1977-1987
Box 10
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, Oral History
1986, 1990
Box 10
Renaissance Community: Pritchett, Daniel, Writings
1974-1989
Box 10
Reunion Circle
1988
Box 10
Ribble, Mary Ann
1973
Box 10
Rich, Margaret (Nutmeg)
1973-1974, undated
Box 10
Ristich, May
1973, undated
Box 10
Rojas, Billy
1970-1971
Box 10
Sackheim, Colleen
1974, undated
Box 10
Santos, Joanne
1976
Box 10
Saperstein, Reena
1974, undated
Box 10
Scanlon, Michael
1974, undated
Box 10
Schonbrum, David
1973-1974, undated
Box 10
Sellers, Lois
1991-1993
Box 10
Sluter, Dale
undated
Box 10
Sluter, Linda
1974
Box 10
Snipper, Alaina
undated
Box 10
Sonn, Debbie
1973-1974, undated
Box 10
Spicca, Susan
1974, undated
Box 10
Starobin, Debra
undated
Box 10
Sterling, Vicki
1974, undated
Box 10
Stone, Debbie
1973-1974, undated
Box 10
Stuoalley, Roberta (Cookie)
1974, undated
Box 10
Vishnu Poster
undated
Box OS68
Weimer, Melvin
1974, undated
Box 10
Wertheimer, Howie
1987-1991
Box 10
White Buffalo, Mark
1971-1973
Box 10
Wilson, Jennie
undated
Box 10
Wolf, Sammy
1974
Box 10

Series 2.Elwood Babbitt
1967-2003
Armellino, Joe, Autobiography of Elwood Babbitt” (p.1-102)
undated
Box 11
Armellino, Joe, Autobiography of Elwood Babbitt” (p.103-220)
undated
Box 11
rmellino, Joe, Autobiography of Elwood Babbitt” (p.221-292)
)undated
Box 11
Armellino, Joe, Autobiography of Elwood Babbitt
undated
Box 11

Notes and supporting information.

Armellino, Joe, Correspondence
1989-1990
Box 11
Articles about Elwood Babbitt
1974-1999
Box 11
Babbitt, Daria, Answer From Cornelius”
1970-1971
Two Copies
Box 11

n

Babbitt, Daria, Correspondence
1970, 1990-2003, undated
Box 11
Caduceus School
1975
Box 11
Cook, Charles
1970
Box 11
Correspondence: Miscellaneous
1996-1998
Box 11
Correspondence: Unidentified
1985-1996
Box 11
Fliers
1997, undated
Box 11
Hapgood, Beth
1989-1997
Box 11
Hapgood, Beth
1998
Box 11
Hapgood, Beth
1999-2003, undated
Box 12
Hapgood, Beth, Book Notes
1990
Box 12
Hapgood, Charles, Correspondence
1983-1984
Box 12

Regarding publication of Charles Hapgood.

Manuscript: “Dare the Vision and Endure”
1997
Box 12

Compiled and edited by Beth Hapgood.

Miscellaneous
1983-1984, 1999
Box 12
Obituaries and Condolence Letters
2001
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Announcements
1970s
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Articles
1972
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Correspondence
1972-1973
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Events
1974-1975
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Lectures, “LeRoulx”
1972-1973
Box 12

Lecture through Rob Phelps.

Opie Mountain: Lectures, “Wanderings”
1971
Box 12

Lecture through Wilson Stapleton.

Opie Mountain: Legal Documentation for Non-Profit Status
undated
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Library
undated
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Memberships
1972-1975
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Meetings
1973-1975
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Miscellaneous
undated
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Models for Curriculum
1968, undated
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Newsletters
1970-1975
Box 12
Opie Mountain: “View From Opie Mountain” (vol.1, no.1)
1972
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Philosophy
1974
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Progress Report
1974
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Proposals for Opie Mountain Citadel School
1972
Box 12
Opie Mountain: Resource Information
undated
Box 12

Contains information on Opie Mountain staff members.

Oral History: Babbitt, Elwood
1996, 1998
Box 12
Oral History: Babbitt, Emily
1989
Box 13
Oral History: Hapgood. Beth
1989
Box 13
Oral History: Hapgood, Beth
1992
Box 13
Trance Lectures
1969-1991
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Cayce, Edgar
1977
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Cornelius
1971
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Einstein, Albert
1976, 1998
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Jesus
1974-1980
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Kishamet,
1969-1998
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Krishna
1969-1970
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Mills, James Parker
1974
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Ring of Fire
1977
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Vishnu
1970 July
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Vishnu
1970 Aug
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Vishnu
1970 Sept
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Vishnu
1970 Oct
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Vishnu
1970 Nov
Box 13
Trance Lectures: Vishnu (no.1, 10-13)
1970
Box 14
Trance Lectures: Vishnu (no.22-33)
1970
Box 14
Trance Lectures: Vishnu (no.22-29, duplicates)
1970
Box 14
Trance Lectures: “Wanted: The Good and the Godly”
1967-1968
Box 14

Series 3. Correspondence
1969-2004
Ardy
1972-2000
Box 14
Babs
1993-1997
Box 14
Backman, Jody
1976-1980
Box OS68
Bentinis, Markos
1997-1999
Box 14
Borowski, Karol
1987-1991
Box 14
Bousquet, Robert
1997
Box 14
Bowles Family
1993-1996
Box 14
Bowles, Jim
1993-1994
Box 14
Bowles, Jim
1995 May-1996 May
Box 14
Bowles, Jim
1996 June-July
Box 14
Bowles, Jim
1996 Aug
Box 14
Bowles, Jim
1996 Sept-Oct
Box 14
Bowles, Jim
1996 Nov-Dec
Box 15
Bowles, Jim
1997 Jan-Sept
Box 15
Bowles, Jim
1997 Oct-Dec
Box 15
Bowles, Jim
1998 Jan-Aug
Box 15
Bowles, Jim
1998 Sept-Nov
Box 15
Bowles, Jim
2001-2002
Box 15
Bowles, Jim: Book Materials
1996-1997
Box 15
Brosnaham, Cecelia
1998-1999
Box 15
Buck, Pasha
1991-2000
Box 15
Burke, Jimmie
1998
Box 15
Cafrin
1980-1982
Box 15
Campbell, Don
1993-1998
Box 15
Campbell, Jan
1996-1997
Box 15
Campbell, Judy Jones
1996-1997
Box 15
Chauvin, Rick
2002
Box 15
Copen, John
1996
Box 15
Coperthwaite, Bill
1992
Box 15
Curtis, Steve
1979-1995
Box 15
Dandelet, Lucile Fressenden
1981-1998
Box 15
Darnell, Susan
1999-2000
Box 15
Defriest, Bonnie
1999-2003
Box 15
Deignan-Kosmide, Jeanne
1995-1998
Box 15
Don
1997
Box 15
Doris
1989-1997
Box 15
Drew, Kathy
1991-1994
Box 15
Duffy, Elizabeth
2001
Box 15
Eaton, Bob
1989
Box 16
Edleson, Linda
1996-1997
Box 16
Elise
1992-1997
Box 16
Elmore, Harry
1984-1985
Box 16
E-Mail Messages
2003-2004
Box 16

Forwarded Messages.

Falenski, Ed
1989-1998
Box 16
Faust, Beatrice
1993
Box 16
Faust, Frey
1986-1991
Box 16
Fels, Tom
2003
Box 16
Ferguson, Gaye
1992-1997
Box 16
Foxwell, Lou
1969-1995
Box 16
Frankel, Sharon
1977-1979
Box 16
Fuerst, Fae
1994-2000
Box 16
Gens, Will
1999
Box 16
Green, David
1990-1998
Box 16
Goldstein, Rachel (Bonnie)
1979-1998
Box 16
Hakim
1997-1998
Box 16
Hapgood, Beth
1977-1999
Box 16

Annual letter.

Hapgood, Beth
1977
Box 16

Meditations.

Hartzel, Amelia
1989-1998
Box 16
Hoagland, Marta
1978-1991
Box 16
Holland, Mark
2004
Box 16
Holohan, Brian, Jennifer, and Amsel
1983-2003
Box 16
Horvet, Max
1997 Dec-1998 Apr
Box 16
Horvet, Max
1998 May-July
Box 16
Horvet, Max
1998 Aug-Dec
Box 16
Horvet, Max
1999 Jan-June
Box 17
Horvet, Max
1999 July-Dec
Box 17
Horvet, Max
2000
Box 17
Horvet, Max
2001-2002
Box 17
Jan
1981-1998
Box 17
Jeanne
1979-2000
Box 17
Jones, Shirley and Jerry
1972-1990
Box 17
Jorgenson, Ron
1982
Box 17
Krohmalney-Thatcher, Marta
1989
Box 17
Kusiak, Anne
1997
Box 17
LeCours, Roger
1997 May
Box 17
LeCours, Roger
1997 June
Box 17
LeCours, Roger
1997 July
Box 17
LeCours, Roger
1997 Aug
Box 17
LeCours, Roger
1997 Sept-Nov
Box 17
LeCours, Roger
1997 Nov
Box 17
LeCours, Roger
1998 Jan-Mar
Box 17
LeCours, Roger
1998 Apr-July
Box 18
LeCours, Roger
1998 Aug-Dec
Box 18
LeCours, Roger
1999 Jan
Box 18
Lundberg. Mimi
1990-1992
Box 18
Madcap Bala
1980-1995
Box 18
Martin, John
1991
Box 18
Matusow, Harvey Job
1988, 1999
Box 18
Maxx, Michael
1997
Box 18
McGreggor, Duncan M.
1996-1997 June
Box 18
MrGreggor, Duncan M.
1997 July-Dec
Box 18
McGreggor, Duncan M.
1998-2001
Box 18
McKenney, Ruth Amelia
1991-1993
Box 18
Metelica, Michael
1999
Box 18
Mikhailusenko, Igor
1982-1989
Box 18
Momfeather
1999
Box 18
Moni
1980-1997
Box 18
Murchie, Guy
1987-1992
Box 18
Mygoosey
undated
Box 18
Naashne, Marti
1998
Box 18
Nathan
1982-1992
Box 18
Neef, Bill
1996
Box 18
Nelson, Bill
1989-1998
Box 18
Notowitz, Betty
1997
Box 18
Nwokoye, Anne
1990
Box 18
Odess, Cindy
1993
Box 18
O’Rourke, Steve
1983-1997
Box 19
Pafenbach, Caylah
1996-1998
Box 19
Pajonk, Gary
1981-2000
Box 19
Payne, Marshall
1997
Box 19
Perwick, David
2001
Box 19
Pivirotto, Rick
1997-1998
Box 19
Platts, David
1992
Box 19
Pond, Catherine
1990-1992
Box 19
Price, Elizabeth
1979-1980
Box 19
Prisoner’s Letters: Abdull
1993-1995
Box 19
Prisoner’s Letters: Al-Amin, Abdullah
1987-1995
Box OS68
Prisoner’s Letters: Defriest, Mark
1988-2003
Box 19
Prisoner’s Letters: Defriest, Mark
1990, 2000, undated
Box 19
Prisoner’s Letters: Defriest, Mark
1990-2002
Box 19

Notes and cards.

Prisoner’s Letters: Miscellaneous
1975-1990
Box OS68
Prisoner’s Letters: Moore-D’Annunzio, Michael
1991-1994
Box 19
Prisoner’s Letters: Powell, Gregory Lateef
1987-1995
Box 19
Prisoner’s Letters: Powell, Gregory Lateef
1987, undated
Box OS68
Prisoner’s Letters: Powell, Gregory Lateef
1988, undated
Box OS68
Prisoner’s Letters: Powell, Gregory Lateef
1987-1995, undated
Box OS68
Rennie
1971-1977
Box 19
Resenfeld, Renee
1986
Box 19
Reynolds, David
1979-1998
Box 19
Rick
1997-2000
Box 19
Riddle, Kittu
Box 19
Rubin, Roger
1991-1998
Box 19
Sarah
1980-1998
Box 19
Schonbrunn, David
1993-2003
Box 19
Scott
1997-1998
Box 19
Schmidtoner, Ardith
1991
Box 19
Seamen, Ethelda
1989-1993
Box 19

Correspondence regarding Mark Defriest.

Sellers, Lois
1996-1998
Box 20
Severance, Jonathan
1977-1994
Box 20
Sheldon, Richard
1997-1998
Box 20
Sheldon, Richard
1999
Box 20
Sheldon, Richard
2000-2001
Box 20
Sluter, Dale
1970-1988
Box 20
Smith, Willa
1991-1997
Box 20
Snipper, Alaina
1997
Box 20
Sondra
1980-1983
Box 20
Snyder, Tommy
1998
Box 20
Taunton, Joel
1986-1991
Box 20
Tobey, Cliff
1987-1994
Box 20
Tower, Mary
1998
Box 20
Unidentified
1941-1979
Box 20
Unidentified
1980-1989
Box 20
Unidentified
1990-1994
Box 20
Unidentified
1995-1999
Box 20
Unidentified
undated
Box 20
Unidentified Cards
various dates
Box 21
Wannerstrom, Walter
1991, 1997
Box 21
Warner, Kathy
2002
Box 21
Washer, Virginia
1998-2000
Box 21
Washington, Jess
1991
Box 21
White House
1991-1996
Box 21
Wilson, Jennie
1986-1999
Box 21
Windwalker
1997
Box 21
Wolfson, Steve
1995-1999
Box 21
Wolfson, Steve
2000-2003
Box 21
Wood, Beatrice
1987-1994
Box 21

Series 4. Writings by Beth Hapgood
1932-2002
“88 Main Street”: Articles
ca. 1992
Box 21
“88 Main Street: Crossing the Threshold”
undated
Box 21

Book notes.

“88 Main Street”: Crossing the Threshold”
1993
Box 21
“88 Main Street”.: Oral Histories
1985-1986, undated
Box 21
“Adventures of Aroma: The Wood Pussy”
undated
Box 21
“Amsel: An Album of Memories”
undated
Box 21
“Amsel”: Notes and Drafts
1984, undated
Box 21
“Amsel”: Photographs and Negatives
undated
Box 21
“And There Were Others”
undated
Box 21
Articles: Hapgood, Beth
1967, 1984, 1988, undated
Box 22
Awards
1987
Box 22
“Beyond Musings: From Benie’s Notebook”
undated
Box 22
“Beyond Musings: From Benie’s Notebook”
undated
Box 22

Book notes.

“Beyond the Semi-Colon; Unfinished Business”
1978
Box 22
Bibliography
undated
Box 22
Book Notes
undated
Box 22
Book Reviews
1985-2002
Box 22
“Born to Fly: Grubs Can Become Dragonflies”
undated
Box OS68
“Case 42: After a Lifetime of Toil”
ca. 1933
Box 22

Includes news clippings about poverty in New York.

Childhood Writings
ca. 1930s
Box 22
“The Climbing Tree”
undated
Box 22
“Commune to Community”
undated
Box 22
“Consent”
1966
Box 22
Copyrights: Correspondence and Forms
1985-1997
Box 22
“Crisis Fire”
undated
Box 22
“Dandelion Seeds: Our Poems”
undated
Box 22
“Dear Swan: Letters to the Ugly Duckling”
undated
Box 22
“Dear Swan: Letters to the Ugly Duckling”
undated
Box 22

Book notes.

“Death of a Pet”
1978
Box 22
“Don”
undated
Box 22
Dusk”
1933
Box 22

As published in “The Lorette.

“Eight on the Move”
undated
Box 22
“Esoteric Training and the Psychic Unfoldment”
1977
Box 22
“Fire Weed Flowers”
1991
p.1-169
Box 22
“Fire Weed Flowers”
1991
p.170-331
Box 23
“Fire Weed Flowers”
undated
Box 23

Book notes.

“Fire Weed Flowers” : Illustrations
undated
Box 23
“Freedom to Learn”
undated
Box 23
“Gift of Gibran”
1977
Box 23
“Glimpses of Home”
undated
Box 23
“Grains of Sand”
undated
Box 23
“Heirs of Fission-Pioneers of Fusion”
2002
Box 23
Images
undated
Box 23
“Incarnation of an Afghan”
undated
Box 23
“Inner Walk”
1984
Box 23
“Interview with Amy”
undated
Box 23
“Life in a Mirror”
1978
Box 23
The Lincoln Quarterly
1934-1935
Box 23

Contains writings by Beth Hapgood.

“Live in One: From the Journals of G.R.C”
undated
Box 23
“Live Unafraid”
1978
Box 23
“Love is to Build — To Build is to Split an Atom”
1968
Box 23
“Moonlight by the Sea”
1932
Box 23

Published in The Lorette.

“Mother’s Chronic Dilemma” or “The Egg Planters”
1958
Box 23
“My Horse”
1934
Box 23

Published in Rebound.

“Musings”
1969
Box 23
“Musings: From Benie’s Notebook”
undated
Box 23
“The Next Spiritual Step Forward”
undated
Box 23
“Next Stop Greenfield”
undated
Box 23
“The Night of the 17th”
undated
Box 23
Notes
undated
Box 23
“On People with Eyeglasses”,
undated
Box 23
“Our Nest is Burning”
undated
Box 23
“Pappy”
undated
Box 23
“People, People, People”
undated
Box 23
Poetry
undated
Box 23
“Proving Ground”
undated
Box 23
“Quest for Light”
1990
Box 24
“Rebirth Within the Rubble”
undated
Box 24
“The Round Table”
undated
Box 24
“Sands of Time”
1976
Box 24
“Sayings of the Ancient One”
undated
Box 24
“Selection by Complexion”
undated
Box 24
“Subway Dozen”
undated
Box 24
“Teach Them Self-Help and Clean Up the Mess”
1978
Box 24
“Tidal Wave in our Time”
undated
Box 24
“Tidal Wave in our Time”: Illustrations
undated
Box 24
“Transformations”
1994
Box 24
“Troubles”
1966
Box 24
“Walking in the Rain: Poetic Prisms”
1993
Box 24
“Wandering Baby”
1956
Box 24

As Published in Blue Moon (v.XVII, no.3).

“We Are Color-Happy”
1960
Box 24
“What is This Talk of a New Age?”
undated
Box 24
Writing Fragments
various dates
Box 24
“Young Adults Alone: Damaged Trust and Lost Intimacy”
1982
Box 24
“Your Uncertainty”
undated
Box 24

Series 5. Teaching
1959-2004
Adventure House
1974
Box 24
Appointments
1971-1981
Box 24
Awards
1964-1985
Box 24
Being a Parent Today
1975-1977
Box 24
Bereavement Materials
undated
Box 24
Campus Free College
1972
Box 24
Classroom Exercises
1980
Box 24
Creative Growth Counseling
undated
Box 25
Education: Children
1971-1973
Box 25
Education: Correspondence
1975-1985
Box 25
Education: Miscellaneous
1973-1980
Box 25
Education: News Clippings
1967-1979
Box 25
Education: Spirituality
1972-1982
Box 25
Elder Services
1981-1983
Box 25
Graphology: Articles
undated
Box 25
Graphology: Backman, Bob
1977-1996
Box 25

Includes information on H.A.R.L and Beth Hapgood’s thoughts about Backman.

Graphology: Backman, Bob
1975
Box 25

“Schools, Teachers and Penmanship”

Graphology: Barnette, Theodore
1996-1997
Box 25

Correspondence.

Graphology: Correspondence
1977-1997
Box 25
Graphology: Education
1979, undated
Box 25
Graphology: Hapgood, Beth, Articles
1960-1988
Box 25
Graphology: Hapgood, Beth, Lectures
1963-1968
Box 25
Graphology: Hapgood, Beth, Notes
undated
Box 25
Graphology: Hapgood, Beth, Publications
undated
Box 25
Graphology: Hapgood, Beth, Thesis
1964
Box 25

Title: “Graphological Patterns of High and Low Performing Salesmen”.

Graphology: Hapgood, Beth, “Your Handwriting”
1959-1961
3 folders
Box 25

Beth Hapgood’s weekly article.

Graphology: Miscellaneous
undated
Box 26
Graphology: Newsletters
1986-1993
Box 26

Various newsletters.

Graphology: Newsletters, “Graphic Horizons”
1967
3 folders
Box 26
Graphology: Newsletters, “Write Up”
1991-1997
Box 26
Graphology: Newsletters, “Write Up”
1998-2004
Box 26
Graphology: Organizations and Meeting Notes
1975-1987
Box 26
Graphology: Writing Samples
1950-1980
Box 26
Greenfield Community College: Activities Report
1982-1983
Box 27
Greenfield Community College: Courses, Workshops
1974-1980
Box 27
Greenfield Community College: Fortieth Anniversary
2001-2002
Box 27
Greenfield Community College: History
undated
Box 27
Greenfield Community College: Letter of Resignation
1970
Box 27

Includes Beth Hapgood’s reasons for giving 88 Main St. to the Brotherhood of the Spirit.

Greenfield Community College: The Opportunity Center
1981-1982
Box 27
International Students Program: Brochures
1985, undated
Box 27
International Students Program: Correspondence
1984-1994
Box 27
International Students Program: Events
1984-1985
Box 27
International Students Program: Meetings Notes
1985
Box 27
International Students Program: Miscellaneous
1983-1984
Box 27
International Students Program: News Clippings
1980s
Box 27
International Students Program: News Clippings
1980s
Box 27
International Students Program: Progress Report
1984-1986
Box 27
Letters of Recommendation
1941-1982
Box 27
The New Community School Paper
undated
Box 27
Peace Valley Farm
1972-1975
Box 27
Proposals for Classes
1971-1979
Box 27
Rowe Liberation Camp
1977-1980
Box 27
Wolkemer, Richard: “American Sign Language: ‘It’s Not Mouth Stuff-it’s Brain Stuff’”
undated
Box 27
Work Experience
1978
Box 27

Series 6. Spiritual Organizations
1968-2002
Aquarian World Servers
1991
Box 28
Arcane School: Application
1979
Box 28
Arcane School: Correspondence, Africa Letters
1980-1982
Box 28
Arcane School: Correspondence, Africa Letters
1983-1984
Box 28
Arcane School: Correspondence, Responses to Monthly Reports
1977-1980
Box 28
Arcane School: Correspondence, Responses to Monthly Reports
1981-1982
Box 28
Arcane School: Correspondence, Responses to Monthly reports
1983
Box 28
Arcane School: Correspondence, Reponses to Monthly Reports
1984
Box 28
Arcane School: Entrance Questionnaire
undated
Box 28
Arcane School: Lectures
undated
Box 28
Arcane School: Lectures
undated
Box 28
Arcane School: Lectures
undated
Box 28
Arcane School: Miscellaneous
1999-2000
Box 28
Arcane School: Monthly Reports
1973-1975
Box 28
Arcane School: Monthly Reports
1976- 1980
Box 28
Arcane School: Monthly Reports
1981-1985
Box 28
Arcane School: Thoughts for Sharing
1988-2000
Box 29
Articles
1978, 1988, 1997, undated
Box 29
Church Related Materials
1968-1992
Box 29
Conscious Living
1998
Box 29
“Constitution for the Federation of Earth”
1977
Box 29
D.K.: “An Esoteric Interview”
undated
Box 29
Fellowship (v. 54, no. 3)
1988
Box 29
Findhorn: Article
undated
Box 29
Findhorn: Correspondence
1978-1979
Box 29
Findhorn: Exercises, Lessons
undated
Box 29
Findhorn: Notes
1979
Box 29
Findhorn: Oral Histories
1979
Box 29
Human Dimensions (v.4, no.1)
1975
Box 29
“In Context: A Quarterly of Humane Sustainable Agriculture” (no.29)
1991
Box 29
Institute of Noetic Sciences (v.14, no.1)
1986
Box 29
Institute of Noetic Sciences Bulletin (v. 3, no. 3)
1993
Box 29
Institute of World Affairs: Newsletters
1962-1973
Box 29
Interfaith Pilgrimage
1995
Box 29
“Journal of the Mystery Schools: A Manual for Apprentice Gods”
undated
Box 29
“Krishnamurti — Apostle of Freedom”
1985-1986
Box 29
Literature: Miscellaneous
various dates
Box 29
“Many Hands Make Light Work”
1983-1984
Box 29
Meditation Mount
1981-1990
Box 29
Muller, Robert: “A Cosmological View of the Future” and “A World Core Curriculum”
undated
Box 29
Nearing, Scott
undated
Box 29
New England Network of Light Newsletter
1982
Box 29
New England Pilgrim
1991-1993
Box 30
Pirtle, Sara
1983, 1988
Box 30
One World Fellowship: Agenda
1982
Box 30
One World Fellowship: Announcements
1979-1896
Box 30
One World Fellowship: By-Laws
1978
Box 30
One World Fellowship: Correspondence
1976-1982
Box 30
One World Fellowship: Meetings
1975-1982
Box 30
One World Fellowship: Membership
1975-1982
Box 30
One World Fellowship: Miscellaneous
1981, undated
Box 30
One World Fellowship: Newsletters
1982-1987
Box 30
One World Fellowship: Proposal for Tax-Exempt Status
1982
Box 30
One World Fellowship: Publications
1987, undated
Box 30
One World Fellowship: “Spiritual Resources Newsletter”
1975-1977
Box 30
One World Fellowship: World Unity Day
1976-1977
Box 30
Peace Advocate
1990
Box 30
Petersham Churches
1974-1988
Box 30
Planetary Citizens
1978, undated
Box 30
Planetary Initiative
1981-1983
Box 30
Poindexter, Ellafern (Mata): Correspondence
1968-1997
Box 30
Poindexter, Ellafern (Mata): “Leda’s Book”
undated
Box 30
Poindexter, Ellafern (Mata): Miscellaneous
undated
Box 30
Poindexter, Ellafern (Mata): Newsletters
1978-1980
Box OS68
Poindexter, Ellafern (Mata): Writings
undated
Box 30
The Pond: Correspondence
1981
Box 31
Seed Group International
2002
Box 31
Society for a Conscious Evolution
undated
Box 31
Talking Hat (v.12, no.1, v.13, no.1.)
1992-1994
Box 31
Terrytown Letter
1983, 1985, 1986
Box 31
Traprock Peace Action Report
1995
Box 31
“Valley of the Voices”
undated
Box 31
World Congress Foundation
1986
Box 31
Yankee Magazine (v. 52, no. 9)
1998
Box 31

Series 7. Personal
1933-2003
Address and Phone List
undated
Box 31
Allison, Geoff
1977
Box 31
Ardy: Interview with Beth Hapgood
1990-1991
Box 31
Articles
1985-1994
Box 31

Contains articles about Beth Hapgood.

Artwork
undated
Box OS68
Austin Two Moons
undated
Box 31
Autobiographical Sketch
ca. 1975-1980
Box 31
Craig, Gerald: Notes
undated
Box 31
Craig, Gerald: Writings
undated
Box 31
“Declaration of Interdependence”
undated
Box 31
Defriest, Mark: “Inner Journeys”
1992
Box 31

Contains articles about Defriest’s prison.

“Echoes: A Collection of Writings”
undated
Box 31
“Incipit Vita Nova”
1985
Box 31

From Wellesley College.

Journals
1933-1994
Box 32
Journals
1938
Box 32
Journals
1965 Oct-1966 May
Box 32
Journals
1966Oct-1967 June
Box 32
Journals
1969-1972
Box 32
Journals
1969 June-1972 Aug
Box 32
Journals
1969-1978
Box 32
Journals
1969-1981
Box 32
Journals
1973
Box 32
Journals
1974
Box 32
Journals
1975
Box 32
Journals
1976
Box 33
Journals
1977
Box 33
Journals
1978
Box 33
Journals
1978-1979
Box 33
Journals
1978-1984
Box 33
Journals
1978 Sept-1982 July
Box 33
Journals
1980-1984
Box 33
Journals
1986 Jan-1990 Apr
Box 33
Journals
1990 June-1993 June
Box 33
Journals
1993 June-1994-June
Box 33
Journals
1994 June-1995 Dec
Box 33
Journals
1996 Mar-1996 Oct.
Box 33
Journals
1996 Jan-1997 Apr
Box 34
Journals
1997 May-1998 Sept
Box 34
Journals
1998 Sept-2001 Mar
Box 34
Journals
2001 Mar-2003 Mar
Box 34
Journals
undated
Box 34
Journals
undated
Box 34
Journals
1984-1987
Box 34

Contains journals entries about Brian, Jennifer and Amsel Holohan.

Journals: “Car Tapes”
1979-1984
Box 34
Journals: “Car Tapes”
1985
Box 34
Journals: “Car Tapes”
1986
Box 34
Journals: “Car Tapes”
1987-1992
Box 34
Journals: Fragments
1954-2000
Box 34
Journals: Unknown Authors
1983-1984, 1996-1997
Box 35
The Link (v. 26, no. 4, v. 28, no.1)
1993, 1995
Box 35
Literature
various dates
Box 35

As collected by Beth Hapgood

Local History: Pamphlets
undated
Box 35
Manuscript: Drew Cathy: “God Essence,” “Silhouettes”
undated
Box 35
Manuscript: Unknown Author, “Of Stiletto and Soul” (p. 1-114)
1991
Box 35
Manuscript: Unknown Author “Of Stiletto and Soul” (p.115-245)
1991
Box 35
Manuscript: Unknown Author: “Of Stiletto and Soul” (p. 246-328)
1991
Box 35
Maps
undated
Box 35
“Martha’s Story” : Interview with Martha B. Hoagland
undated
Box 35
Martin, Patricia Hill: “Meditations on the Lord’s Prayer”
1980
Box 35
Martineau, Ted: Interview with Beth Hapgood
1988
Box 35
Miscellaneous
various dates
Box 35
Native Americans: Literature and Correspondence
1988-1992
Box 35
Note Cards
undated
Box 35
Notes
various dates
Box 36
Notes
various dates
Box 36
Nucleus Magazine
1992-1993
Box 36
Odess, Cindy: Writings
1997-1999
Box 36
Oral History: Hapgood, Beth
1989
Box 36
Oral; History: Hapgood, Beth
1998
Box 36
Parapsychology: Astrology, Palmistry, Numerology Readings
various dates
Box 36
Poetry: “Big Mama” (v. 2)
1977
Box 36
Poetry: Hargreaves, Ray
undated
Box 36
Poetry: Kuzontkoski, Marishka
1989,1991-1993
Box 36
Poetry: Mikalson, Pamela
undated
Box 36
Poetry: Pavis, Rhona Lee
1985
Box 36
Poetry: Resenfeld, Irene (Renee)
1986, 1991, undated
Box 36

Resenfeld is a former member of the Brotherhood of the Spirit.

Political Literature
various dates
Box 36
Prayers
various dates
Box 36
Prisoner’s Writing: Miscellaneous
various dates
Box 36
Prisoner’s Writings: Powell, Gregory Lateef
1988-1991, undated
Box OS68
Prisoner’s Writing: Powell, Gregory Lateef
undated
Box 36
Quotations
various dates
3 folders
Box 37

As collected by Beth Hapgood.

Radio Interviews: Hapgood, Beth
1971, 1981, 1982
Box 37
Severance, Jonathan: “Primeval Morning”
undated
Box 37
Stanley, Joel: Interview with Beth Hapgood
1991
Box 37
Stanley, Joel: Miscellaneous
1986-1991
Box 37
Stanley, Joel: “The Patriarch and Prodigal Son: What I Witnessed as a ‘Jehovah’s Witness”
1983
Box 37
Stapleton, Wilson: “Kaleidoscope” (no.13)
1977
Box 37
Thomas, Walker: “Peace Pleas: Handbook for a Non-Violent World-wide Revolution”
1976
Box 37
Tobey, Cliff: “The Back Book” (v.1)
1974
Box 37
Wellesley College: Reunion Directory
1985
Box 37
Wellesley College: Reunion Directory
1990, 2000
Box 37
Writings: “Ankh: Gift Consummate”
undated
Box 38
Writings: Hunter, Scott
1985, 1986, 1995
Box 38
Writings: Mark, Jonathan
1981, 1982
Box 38
Writings: Mathews, Gregory R.
1981-1982
Box 38
Writings: Unknown Authors
various dates
Box OS68

Series 8. Hapgood Family
1789-2004
Backman, Bob, Correspondence
1965-1990
Box 38
Backman, Bob, Exorcism
1979
Box 38
Backman, Bob, Meditations
undated
Box 38
Backman, Bob, News Clipping
1964
Box 38

Article about Backman’s “expert testimony” at federal trial.

Backman, Bob, Parapsychological Readings
1969
Box 38
Backman, Bob, Photographs
undated
Box 38
DeWitt, Miriam Hapgood, Eulogy
1990
Box 38
DeWitt, Miriam Hapgood, “Parents and Friends: A Memoir”
undated
Box 38
Goepp, Amy, Correspondence
1973-1996
Box 38
Goepp, Christie, Correspondence
1991-2003
Box 38
Goepp, Dan, Correspondence
1996-2003, undated
Box 38
Goepp, Dan, Oral History
1991
Box 38
Goepp, Katie, Correspondence
1982-1993
Box 38
Graphological Psychogram: Handbook
1964
Box 38
Graphological Psychogram: Hapgood Family
1965
Box 38
Hapgood, Beth, Correspondence
1976-1998
Box 38

Regarding Charles Hapgood.

Hapgood, Beth, Correspondence with Tony Lucas
1995
Box 38
Hapgood, Beth, Correspondence with Bob St. Clair
1971-1990
Box 38
Hapgood, Beth, Correspondence with Bob St. Clair
1991-1992
Box 38

Includes reasons for divorce.

Hapgood, Beth, Correspondence with Bob St. Clair
1993-1994
Box 39
Hapgood, Beth, Journal from Grandchildren
1984
Box 39
Hapgood, Beth, Letters to Family
1972, 1987, 1988
Box 39
Hapgood, Beth, Newsletters
1989-1999
Box 39
Hapgood, Beth, Will and Final Wishes
undated
Box 39
Hapgood, Beth, Writings on St. Clair Family
1959
Box 39
Hapgood, Charles
1982, undated
Box 39
Hapgood, David, Correspondence
1974-1975
Box 39
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “America Realizing Russia”
1916
Box 39
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Bright Intervals”
1963
Box 39
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Correspondence
1911-1930
Box 39
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Correspondence
1937-1949
Box 39
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Correspondence
1951-1973
Box 39
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Correspondence
undated
Box 39
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Correspondence: Condolence Letters
1937
Box 39
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Correspondence: Condolence Letters
1937
Box OS69

Mostly duplicate copies.

Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Correspondence: Dartmouth
1918, 1919, undated
Box 39

Includes job acceptance and resignation letters.

Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Correspondence: Foreign Language
various dates
Box 39
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Correspondence: Publication of Work
1984-2002
Box 39
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Correspondence: Ragozina
1916, 1023, undated
Box 39
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Correspondence: Stanislavski
1919, undated
Box 39
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Correspondence: Stanislavski
1929-1937
Box OS69
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Dartmouth
1997-2001
Box 40
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Delineation of the Horoscope”
undated
Box 40
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Economic Resources of the Russian Empire”
1916
Box 40
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Eulogy
1977
Box 40

Includes death announcement.

Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Ex Horto”
undated
Box 40
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Expedition of the Flying Clouds”
1971
Box 40
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Great Perry-Grination”
undated
Box 40
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “I Talk to Myself”
1956-1957
Box 40

Handwritten, original version.

Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “I Talk to Myself”
1956-1957
Box 40

Retyped and edited version.

Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Journals
1917
Box 40
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Journals
1937
Box 40
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Journals
1938
Box 40
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Journals
1969-1972
Box 41
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Journeys Through Life” (p. 1-141)
undated
Box 41
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Journeys Through Life” (p. 142-318)
undated
Box 41
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Journeys Through Life”
1894-1974
Box 41

Bound version.

Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Journeys Through Life”: Correspondence and Notes
undated
Box 41
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Journeys Through Life”: Diskettes
1999-2003
Box 41
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Journey’s Through Life: Photographs
undated
Box 41
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Memorial Service
1977
Box 41
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Miscellaneous
various dates
Box 41
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Notes
undated
Box 41
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Obiter Scripta”
undated
Box 41
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Passport
1916
Box 42
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Poetry
various dates
Box 42
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Poetry
undated
Box OS69
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Stanislavski
various dates
Box 42
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, “Three V.I.P. Arrivals”
1918, 1919, 1926
Box 42
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Translations
undated
Box 42
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Travel Journal
1910 Feb-June
Box 42
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Untitled
undated
Box 42
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Wedding
1916
Box 42

Includes announcement and invitation.

Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds, Writings
various dates
2 folders
Box 42
Hapgood, Emma, Correspondence
1879-1889
Box 42
Hapgood Family, Chronology
1869-1951
Box 42
Hapgood Family, Genealogy
1993
Box 42

Includes correspondence regarding family life.

Hapgood Family, Genealogy
1996
Box 42
Hapgood Family, Genealogy: “Three Centuries of Hapgoods”
undated
Box 42
Hapgood Family, History
various dates
Box 42
Hapgood Family, Literary References
undated
Box 42
Hapgood Family, Miscellaneous Items
1892-1926, undated
Box OS69
Hapgood Family, Unidentified Correspondence
1945-1992
Box 42
Hapgood Family, Correspondence
various dates
Box 42
Hapgood Family Papers: Library of Congress
undated
3 folders
Box 43
Hapgood Family Papers: Locations of Collections
undated
Box 43
Hapgood Family Papers: Yale University Collection
undated
2 folders
Box 43
Hapgood Family Tour: “Westward to Petersham”
1996
Box 43
Hapgood Family Tour: “Westward to Petersham,” Notes and Correspondence
1996
Box 43
Hapgood, Fred, Correspondence
1994-1998
Box 43
Hapgood, Hutchins, Correspondence
1789-1860
3 folders
Box OS69

Photocopies; location of originals unknown.

Hapgood, Hutchins, Correspondence,Photocopies
1789-1860
Box OS69
Hapgood, Hutchins, Correspondence
1818-1826
Box OS69
Hapgood, Hutchins, Miscellaneous
undated
Box OS69
Hapgood, Michael, Correspondence
1997
Box 43
Hapgood, Neith Boyce, Autobiography(p. 1-99)
undated
Box 43

Missing p. 100-106.

Hapgood, Neith Boyce, Autobiography (p. 107-210)
undated
Box 43

Missing p. 100-106.

Hapgood, Neith Boyce, “Hurricane in New Hampshire”
undated
Box 43
Hapgood, Neith Boyce, Untitled Manuscript
undated
Box 43

Missing p. 1-2.

Hapgood, Norman: Articles About Norman Hapgood
1937
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, Articles
various dates
2 folders
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, Book Reviews
1899
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, Columbia Conserve Company
1920
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, Correspondence
1878-1934
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, Correspondence with Hutchins Hapgood
1920, 1930
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, Correspondence
1912-1945
2 folders
Box OS69

Photocopies; locations of original unknown.

Hapgood, Norman, Miscellaneous
1923, undated
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, News Clippings
various dates
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, Passport
1916
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, “Prisoner 9635″
undated
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, Publications
1918-1932
Box OS69

Includes drawing of Norman Hapgood.

Hapgood, Norman, Publications
1916, undated
Box 44

Edited by Norman Hapgood.

Hapgood, Norman, Scrapbook
1917
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, Scrapbook
undated
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, “Theodore Roosevelt”
1905
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, Tribute from “The Christian Register”
1937
Box 44
Hapgood, Norman, “Unbeliever Goes to Church”
1934
Box 44
Hapgood, Ruth and Peter: Correspondence
1945-1999
Box 45
Hapgood, Seth, Correspondence
1843-1863
Box 45

Includes biographical sketch and miscellaneous papers.

Hapgood, William Powers, Articles, Correspondence
1920-1945
Box 45
Langlois, Dylan, Correspondence
1991-2001, undated
Box 45

Includes poetry.

Langlois, Eva, Correspondence
1964-2004
Box 45
Langlois, Eva, “Elizabeth Reynolds Hapgood: Linguist in a Peopled Garden”
undated
Box 45
Langlois Family, News Clippings
1995-1997
Box 45

Includes letters to judge.

Langlois, James, Correspondence
1997-1998
Box 45
Langlois, Shamus, Correspondence
1988-1999
Box 45
Manuscript: “Olive Marsh Reminiscences”
1987
Box 45
Miscellaneous
various dates
Box 45
Petersham (Mass): History
various dates
Box 45
Petersham (Mass): Maps, Photograph
undated
Box OS69
Reynolds Family Papers: Correspondence
1988, 1990, undated
Box 45

Includes Reynolds genealogy.

Reynolds, Margaret Muszka, Correspondence
1903-1950, undated
Box 45
Reynolds, Margaret Muszka, U.S. Visa
1919
Box 45
St. Clair, Bob, Correspondence
1996
Box 45

Regarding Bob St. Clair’s estate.

St. Clair, Bob, Correspondence with Beth Hapgood
1978-1990
Box 45
St. Clair, Bob, Correspondence with Beth Hapgood
1991-1998
Box 46
St. Clair, Bob, “Happy Robins”
1984-1986
Box 46
St. Clair, Bob, Miscellaneous Correspondence
1954-1989
Box 46
St. Clair, Bob, Miscellaneous Papers
1968-1969, undated
Box 46

Includes divorce agreement from Beth Hapgood.

St. Clair, Bob, Obituary
1994
Box 46

Includes funeral notes.

St. Clair, Bob, Writings
1946-1949, undated
Box 46
St. Clair, Bea-Beth, Correspondence
1970-1986
Box 46
St. Clair Family, “Happy Robin Journal”
1947-1959
Box 46
St. Clair Family, Newsletters
1945-1960
Box 46

Includes information about 88 Main St. and a family birthday list.

St. Clair Family, Newsletter: Drafts and Notes
1948-1958
Box 46
St. Clair Family, Reunion
1987
Box 46
St. Clair, Kay, Correspondence
1997, undated
Box 46
St. Clair, Kim, Correspondence
1981-1997
Box 46
St. Clair, Jonny, Correspondence
1970-1991
Box 46
Biographical note:

Beth Hapgood’s grandson.

St. Clair, Steven, Correspondence
1970-1986
Box 46
St. Clair, Steven, Correspondence
1990-2003
Box 46
St. Clair, Steven, Divorce
1983
Box 46

Includes correspondence and legal materials pertaining to his divorce from Marion Mallen.

St. Clair-Mallen, Jon, Correspondence
1997
Box 46
Biographical note:

Beth Hapgood’s grandson.

Visscher, Anna, Correspondence
1987-2001
Box 46
Visscher, Gus, Correspondence
1986
Box 46
Visscher, Tina, Correspondence
1972-1997
Box 46
Volckhausen Family, Newsletters
1959, 1990-1997
Box 46

Series 9. Audio Visual
1938-2002
Subseries 1: Audiotapes
Babbitt, Elwood: Arlington #1
undated
Box 47
Babbitt, Elwood: At Cambridge
1980
Box 47
Babbitt, Elwood: Borden, Jack
undated
Box 47
Babbitt; Elwood: Emily
undated
Box 47
Babbitt, Elwood: Emily
1989
Box 47
Babbitt, Elwood: Emily
1989
Box 47
Babbitt, Elwood: Emily, The Early Years
1989
Two Copies.
Box 47
Babbitt, Elwood: Emily, Graduation
1989
Two Copies.
Box 47
Babbitt, Elwood: Interview
undated
Box 47
Babbitt, Elwood: Interview with Brian
undated
Box 47
Babbitt, Elwood: Ring of Fire
1977
Box 47
Babbitt, Elwood: River of Purity
1977
Box 47
Babbitt, Elwood: Samples M&E
undated
Box 47
Babbitt, Elwood: Sluter, Dale
2000
Box 47

About Elwood Babbitt.

Babbitt, Elwood: “Universe of Life”
undated
Box 47
Brotherhood of Spirit: Baz
1986
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Brown, Dan
1999
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Bruce
1993
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Bruce Interview
1996
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Bruce with Michael
1992
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Caddy, Peter
undated
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Campbell, Don
undated
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Chris, Peter and Beth
1990
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Geisler, Bruce
1993
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Green, Dave
1989
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Haber, Jon
1976
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Hamilton, Phyllis
1996
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Hapgood, Beth and Michael Metelica
undated
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Hapgood, Beth, WRCR Interview
1971
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Kathy, Debbie’s Songs
1971
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Lewis, Ellen and Dale Sluter
1991
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: MacLean, Dorothy
1978
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Matusow, Job
1976
Box 48
Brotherhood of Spirit: Matusow, Job and Emily
1987
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Memorial/Reunion
2002
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Metelica, Michael
1996
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Metelica, Michael and Emily
1977
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Nancy
undated
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Nancy
1992
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Nancy
1993
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: “One Little Thought,” Tom Howes
undated
Two Copies.
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Paris, Robin
1989
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Paris, Robin
1992
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Paris, Robin
1992
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Paris, Robin and May Ristitch
1989
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Rapunzel, Michael, “Lecture on Enteric Energy”
undated
Two Copies.
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Schonbrunn, David
2002
Two Copies.
Box 49
Brotherhood of Spirit: Sluter, Dale
1996
Box 50
Brotherhood of Spirit: Sluter, Dale
1999
Box 50
Brotherhood of Spirit: Brotherhood of Spirit: Sluter, Dale and Beth Hapgood
2000
Box 50
Brotherhood of Spirit: Smith, Brian
1993
Box 50
Brotherhood of Spirit: Smith, Brian
1994
Box 50
Brotherhood of Spirit: Snyder, Tommy
1982
Box 50
Brotherhood of Spirit: Spirit in Flesh Album
undated
Box 50
Brotherhood of Spirit: “Willpower”
1977
Box 50

On Renaissance Community Radio.

Hapgood, Beth: Amy and Philip Interviews
1975
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Antilla
1971
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Amsel
1992
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Ardy
1990
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Ardy’s Confessional Conversation
1991
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Being a Parent Today
1976
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
1980
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
1986
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
1987
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
1988
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
1989
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
1989
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
1992
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
1993
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
1993
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
1994
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
1995
Box 51
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
undated
Box 52
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
undated
Box 52
Hapgood, Beth: Car Tape
undated
Box 52
Hapgood, Beth: Carolyn-Amsel’s Story
1991
Box 52
Hapgood, Beth: Clark, Edie
1992
Box 52
Hapgood, Beth: Cliff’s Reading
1981
Box 52
Hapgood, Beth: Copens Interview
1975
Box 52
Hapgood, Beth: Early Days-Beth
undated
Box 52
Hapgood, Beth: The Edsons
undated
Box 52
Beth Hapgood Findhorn
undated
Box 52
Beth Hapgood: Findhorn with David Ducharme
1979
Four Copies.
Box 52
Beth Hapgood: Findhorn with David Ducharme
1979
Box 52
Beth Hapgood: Findhorn with Jeanne
undated
Box 52
Hapgood, Beth: Findhorn, Carpini
1978
Box 52
Hapgood, Beth: Fred
1988
Box 52
Hapgood, Beth: “Gateways to the Inner Search”
1972
Box 53

Interviews with Dick and Maxine

Hapgood, Beth: Goepp, Dan
1993
Box 53
Hapgood, Beth: Goepp, Dan
1993
Two Copies.
Box 53
Hapgood, Beth: Ian
1988
Box 53
Hapgood, Beth: J., Gale
undated
Box 53
Hapgood, Beth: Jane and Beth Hapgood
1998
Two Copies.
Box 53
Hapgood, Beth: Interview, WMUA
1970
Box 53
Hapgood, Beth: Interview, WFCR
1971
Box 53
Hapgood, Beth: Interview, WRSI
1981
Two Copies.
Box 53
Hapgood, Beth: Interview, WRSI
1982
Two Copies.
Box 53
Hapgood, Beth: “Benet in Petersham”
1996
Box 53
Hapgood, Beth: Astrological Reading
1995
Box 53
Hapgood, Beth: “Random Acts of Kindness”
2000
Box 53
Hapgood, Beth: Martineau, Ted
1988
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: Max
undated
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: N.C. Interviews
undated
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: NSG
1980
Three Copies.
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: NSG
1982
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: NSG
1982
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: NSG
1982
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: NSG
1983
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: NSG
1984
Two Copies.
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: NSG
1984
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: NSG,Two Copies.
1986
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: NSG
1988
Two Copies.
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: NSG
undated
Box 54
Hapgood, Beth: Olu
1986
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: Olu
1986
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: Olu
1987
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: Olu
1988
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: Opinion
undated
Box 55

Radio show on WCAT.

Hapgood, Beth: Opinion
1976
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: Opinion
1976
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: Opinion
1977
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: Parenting
1976
Box 55

Radio show on WHAI.

Hapgood, Beth: Parenting
undated
Box 55

Radio show on WCAT.

Hapgood, Beth: Peter, Bruce and Margo
1988
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: Reider to Max Horvet
undated
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: River to Purity
1977
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: Roger, Astrological
1991
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: Ruhl, Jenny B.
1991
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: Ruhl, Jenny B.
1991
Box 55
Hapgood, Beth: Stanley, Joel
1991
Box 56
Hapgood, Beth: Steven
1989
Box 56
Hapgood, Beth: Toby
undated
Box 56
Hapgood, Beth: Trisha
1988
Box 56
Hapgood, Beth: Turner, Dan
1991
Box 56
Hapgood, Beth: Well Being Show
2000
Box 56
Hapgood, Beth: Wellesley Reunion Talks
1990
Box 56
Hapgood, Beth: White, Jim
undated
Box 56
Hapgood, Beth: Woodbury, Phyllis
1977
Box 56
Hapgood, Beth: Woodbury, Phyllis
1984
Box 56
Hapgood, Beth: Woodbury, Phyllis
1993
Box 56
Unidentified: Alternative School Meeting
undated
Box 56
Unidentified: Bekes, Jack
1993
Box 56
Unidentified: The Bomb that Fell on America
undated
Box 56
Unidentified: Christern, Bill
1987
Box 56
Unidentified: Dan
undated
Box 56
Unidentified: Guiding Star Grange
1970
Box 56
Unidentified: Guiding Star Grange
1970
Box 57
Unidentified: Guiding Star Grange
1970
Box 57
Unidentified: Guiding Star Grange
1970
Two Copies
Box 57
Unidentified: Exercises
1985
Box 57
Unidentified: Indian tape
undated
Box 57
Unidentified: Jordan, Bart
undated
Box 57
Unidentified: K 12-13
1978
Box 57
Unidentified: Maximize Your Health
undated
Box 57
Unidentified: Olive Marsh Memories
1988
Box 57
Unidentified: P.W.
1988
Box 57
Unidentified: Reverend Woodbury
1975
Box 57
Unidentified: Saga of 1968
undated
Box 57
Unidentified: Secrets of Health
undated
Box 57
Unidentified: Tibetan Bells
undated
Box 57
Unidentified: Unlabelled Tapes
undated
Box 57
Unidentified: Woodbury
1975
Box 57
Unidentified: Young Adults Alone
1980
Box 57
Subseries 2: Reel to Reel
Ghandi, Winston Churchill, Trails Wound
undated
Box 58
Kishamet
1968
Box 58
Krishna
1979 Aug
Box 58
Krishna
1970 July
Box 58
Krishna
1978 Dec
Box 58
Krishna with E.Q. and Echo
1979 Aug
Box 58
Krishna to Michael
1970 Apr
Box 58
Krishna to Michael
1970 Sept
Box 58
Krishna to Michael
1971 June
Box 58
Krishna to Michael
1979 Aug
Box 59
Krishna to Michael
undated
Box 59
Krishna to Michael,
undated
Box 59
Krishna to Michael
undated
Box 59
Lucris Trust Series #7, Evolution of Values
undated
Box 59
Pike Radio, Fisher
1970
Box 59
Vishnu
1975 Apr
Box 59
Vishnu to Mike
undated
Box 59
Vishnu, Trinity College
undated
Box 60
Vishnu #22 and #23
undated
Box 60
Vishnu
undated
Box 60
Vishnu
undated
Box 60
Subseries 3: Videos
Babbitt, Elwood and Charles (Hapgood)
1997
Box 61
Babbitt, Elwood: Memorial
undated
Two copies.
Box 61
Emily Avenue
undated
Box 61

For Beth Hapgood from Job.

Krishna, Jesus, John the Baptist and Pearl Buck
1989
Box 61
Mike on Joe Hyder
undated
Box 61
Renaissance Community
undated
Box 61
Renaissance Community: Half Hour Demo
1976
Box 62
Renaissance Community Reunion
1992
Box 62
Serokus, Judy, Cole and Kishamet
1990
Box 62
Voices of Spirit
1975
Box 62
Subseries 4: Photographs
Amsel
undated
Box 63
Amsel
undated
Box 63
Babbitt, Elwood
undated
Box 63

Includes photographs from his memorial service.

Backman, Bob
undated
Box 63
Brotherhood of the Spirit
ca. 1970, 2000
Box 63

Includes photographs from BOS reunions.

Findhorn
ca. 1980
Box 63
Hapgood, Beth
undated
Box 63
Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds
undated
Box 63

Includes photographs of Stanislavski.

Hapgood Family
undated
Box 63
Hapgood Family
undated
Box 63
Hapgood Family: Illustrations
undated
Box 63
Hapgood, Norman
undated
Box 64
Inanimate Objects
undated
Box 64
Nature
undated
Box 64
Nature
undated
Box 64
Nature
undated
Box 64
Negatives
undated
Box 64
Negatives
undated
Box 64
Pritchett, Daniel
undated
Box 64
Pritchett, Daniel
undated
Box 64
Slides
undated
Box 64
St. Clair, Bob
undated
Box 64
Unidentified
undated
Box 65
Subseries 5: Scrapbooks
Babbitt, Elwood
undated
Box 65
Brotherhood of the Spirit
ca.1968-1990
Box 65
Brotherhood of the Spirit
ca.1968-1990
Box 65
Europe
1938
Box 65
Europe
1938
Box 65
Greenbelt
1945-1960
Box 65
Greenbelt
1945-1960
Box 65
Greenbelt
1945-1960
Box 65
Greenbelt
1945-1960
Box 66
Hapgood, Beth
ca. 1930-1980
Box 66
Hapgood, Beth
ca. 1930-1960
Box 66
Northfield
ca. 1952-1970
Box 66
Northfield
ca. 1952-1970
Box 66
Northfield
ca. 1952-1970
Box 66
Northfield,
ca. 1952-1970
Box 66

Series 10. Newspaper Clippings
1970-2003
News Clippings
1970-1979
Box OS67
News Clippings
1980-1982
Box OS67
News Clippings
1983
Box OS67
News Clippings
1984
Box OS67
News Clippings
1985
Box OS67
News Clippings
1986
Box OS67
News Clippings
1987
Box OS67
News Clippings
1988
Box OS67
News Clippings
1989
Box OS67
News Clippings
1990
Box OS67
News Clippings
1991
Box OS67
News Clippings
1992
Box OS67
News Clippings
1993
Box OS67
News Clippings
1994
Box OS67
News Clippings
1995
Box OS67
News Clippings
1995
Box OS67
News Clippings
1995
Box OS67
News Clippings
1996
Box OS67
News Clippings
1996
Box OS67
News Clippings
1997
Box OS67
News Clippings
1998-2003
Box OS67
News Clippings
undated
Box OS67
News Clippings
undated
Box OS67
News Clippings
undated
Box OS67
News Clippings: Small Presses in Mass.
1992, undated
Box OS67
News Clippings: The 1960s Generation
1991-1998
Box OS67
Subjects
  • Brotherhood of the Spirit
  • Channeling (Spiritualism)
  • Communal living--Massachusetts
  • Graphology
  • Hapgood family--Correspondence
  • Massachusetts--Social life and customs--20th century
  • Mediums--Massachusetts
  • Nineteen sixties--Social aspects
  • Occultism--Social aspects
  • Popular culture--History--20th century
  • Renaissance Community
  • Rock music--1971-1980
  • Warwick (Mass.)--History
Contributors
  • Babbitt, Elwood, 1922-
  • Boyce, Neith, 1872-1951
  • Hapgood, Beth--Correspondence
  • Hapgood, Charles H
  • Hapgood, Elizabeth Reynolds
  • Hapgood, Hutchins, 1869-1944
  • Hapgood, Norman, 1868-1937
  • Metelica, Michael
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