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Angelica King (1890-1958) was a painter and photographer. She was the wife of Professor Morland King, head of the electrical engineering department at Lafayette College during the 1930s-1940s. She often photographed distinguished visitors to the campus including lecturers and honorary degree recipients. The collection contains photographs of prominent visitors to the Lafayette College campus with accompanying correspondence. Photographs of individuals include: John Burroughs, American naturalist and writer; Randolph Churchill, son of Winston Churchill; Julian Huxley, British biologist; Owen J. Roberts, Justice and Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court; and Bertrand Russell, British essayist and philosopher. Also included in the collection are photographs of Kirby Hall.