Charles Hazen Blood papers,
Charles Hazen Blood, 1866-1938.
3.8 cubic ft.
Correspondence, depositions and other legal documents, statements of account, memoranda, and other materials.
Consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence, depositions and other legal documents, statements of account, and memoranda, mainly concerning legal matters Blood handled in public office and in private practice, as well as his family and personal business affairs. Also documented are Blood's activities as a Cornell alumnus, mainly regarding the promotion and financing of Alumni Field and his candidacy for reelection as alumni trustee in 1906, as graduate treasurer of the Cornell Masque, and as an alumnus and supporter of Kappa Alpha fraternity; and his activities as an Ithaca landlord, developer of Cornell Heights and Cayuga Heights, supporter of the Ithaca Conservatory of Music (now Ithaca College), and Presbyterian layman.
Language: Collection material in English
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library