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Jay Norwood "Ding" Darling -- Finding Aid

File: Contents:
Suspension Correspondence and notes abstracted from Faculty minutes pertaining to one year suspension of Mr. Darling from the College.
Ding Who? Paper written by Sarah A. Cupps, (two copies) written for English 225 class and printed in the Beloit Magazine (1983) about Mr. Darling.
Articles about Ding Various articles about Mr. Darling
Letters about Ding Various letters about Mr. Darling, including letters of donation from Mrs. James Parker (later Mrs. L. Metcalf Walling) concerning letters and cartoons donated to the College. Mrs. Parker was the mother of Francis Jameson Parker, 1972. The letters were written by Mark Sullivan, Mrs. Parker's father.
Letters to/by Ding Letters written by and to Mr. Darling by various correspondents including President Maurer, Louis Holden (Beloit College V.P.), Mark Sullivan (see above for connection to Beloit College), Bradley Tyrrell (also a V.P. of Beloit College and a fraternity brother of Darling's), and James Gage (alumni secretary). Some letters are autographed, many personally signed. From 1924 to 1961.
Pictures of or related to Ding Pictures of Mr. Darling as a mature man, and of the Darling National Wildlife Refuge in Florida.
Sketches by Ding Sketches done by Darling, some individual but most from newspaper or magazine clippings.
Duck Stamp Material concerning the design of the first Duck Stamp, designed by Darling in 1934.
Articles by Ding Typewritten copy of article "A Beloit Alumnus Meets Stalin," written for Alma Mater, (then the name of the Beloit alumni magazine) in 1960; copy of the magazine; copy of "Speaking of Flood Control," written for Public Service magazine in April 1945.
Environmental Issues Articles regarding environmental issues that concerned Darling, or articles written by him.
The 1928 Presidental Race Signed volume of cartoons by Darling charting the course of the 1928 Presidential election.
Photos Pictures of Darling, one autographed.
Reunion Info Notes from members of the class of 1899 for their reunion in 1954.
Biographical Biographical informatoin, all poor photocopies.