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Charles Montgomery Hathaway, Jr. Papers
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The collection includes calendars or lists for dispatches and reports from Ireland and Germany, depositions and proceedings from the Dail Funds Suit, documents and official dispatches, correspondence, clippings and notes from both Ireland and Germany, and financial statements and reports on trade with Ireland.
Charles Montgomery Hathaway, Jr., was born in Deposit, New York, on March 31, 1874, and received his B.A. (1899), M.A. (1901) and Ph.D. (1902) degrees from Yale. Hathaway was a Ben Jonson scholar and author of a critical edition of Jonson's The Alchemist, Yale Studies in English, vol. 17 (New York: H. Holt, 1903). He taught English at Adelphi College (1902-1903) and Columbia University (1903-1905), and was an Instructor in English and law at the U.S. Naval Academy (1905-1911), before his first diplomatic appointment as Consul in the Dominican Republic in 1911. His Irish experience began with an assignment as Consul in Cork on May 22, 1917, and except for brief terms in Budapest and Bombay, between 1919 and 1921, he remained in Ireland, principally at Dublin, until 1927. He was transferred to Munich on July 27, 1927, where he served as Consul until his retirement in 1939. On his return to the United States, Hathaway lived in Santa Barbara, California until his death in 1954.
7 linear feet (5 cartons; 1 oversize box; 2 map folders)
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Majority of collection is stored off-site; advance notice required for retrieval. Collection contains confidential material that was declassified by the State Department in 1962. See Head of UCSB Special Collections for further details.