Description: Hussey Family Papers (1879-2000) including material on Mary Adeline Hussey (B.A. UI, 1928; M.A. 1929; Professor of English as an International Language, 1947-1974); her brother Stewart Clark Hussey (B.S. UI, 1926; M.S. 1927; Ph.D. 1930); their uncle Alfred T. Hussey, an Illinois farmer; and their mother, Mary Olive Riddle Hussey Materials include family history; graduation and musical production programs (some from the 1880s and 1890s); elementary, high school, college, and graduate school diplomas (1915-1930); travel and tourism information, including Afghanistan and Alaska (c. 1940s-1990s); Alfred Hussey farm and personal account books (c. 1910s-1960s); photographs and photo albums (c. 1910s; 1970s); UI transcripts and exam results for Mary Adeline Hussey and Stewart Hussey (1924-1929); Mary Adeline Hussey teaching materials from Monticello Community High School and the UI; UI Faculty Players Club memorabilia; Mary Adeline Hussey U.S. Civil Service Commission Wartime Employment Correspondence (1940-1943); UI English Department Memos and Business (1950-1973); UI activities and programs (1952-1991); histories and memorabilia for the centennials of the towns of Williamsville and Monticello, IL (1937; 1953; 1991); UI Rhetoric Staff Photographs (1949; 1961); Alfred Hussey Masonic minutes book and certificates (1911; 1914; 1932-1940); Alfred Hussey Automobile Assembly Line Layout Drawings (1922); Stewart Hussey Doctoral Dissertation (1930); and general correspondence from friends, family, students, and colleagues in Germany, Japan, China, Afghanistan, Africa, Colombia, England, and the United States regarding travel, animal rights, politics, UI English Department, and World War II, including letters to Mary Adeline Hussey from UI colleague John Hamilton (1942-1945) and letters to Mary Olive Riddle Hussey from her son Stewart Hussey (1942).