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Creator:Northeastern University Office of Development.
Title:Byron K. Elliot Hall Dedication scrapbook
Dates:1972
Call Number:A96
Location:29/2
Volume:0.5 cubic ft. (1 flat box)
Scope and Content Abstract:The scrapbook contains photographs taken during the dedication of the Byron K. Elliot Hall at Northeastern University's Burlington campus, a photograph of a portrait of Elliot, an invitation to the event, a copy of the citation honoring Elliot, and the dedication program. Each item is accompanied by a brief and informative caption. The scrapbook includes photographs of Elliot Hall, Elliot and his wife, President Asa S. Knowles, Robert H. Willis, and Dean Michael S. Dvorchak.
Historical Abstract:

Born in Indiana in 1899, Byron K. Elliot was a member of the Northeastern University Corporation from 1954 to 1996 and Board of Trustees from 1955 to 1972. In 1959, he became Chair of the Corporation and the Board of Trustees, and served as such until 1971. In 1963, Elliot also co-developed the Graduate School of Actuarial Science at Northeastern University with Harold A. Garabedian and Asa S. Knowles.

Byron K. Elliot earned a Bachelor's degree from Indiana University in 1920 and a law degree from Harvard University in 1923. He served as a Judge of the Superior Court in Indianapolis before joining John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company in 1934 from which he retired in 1970. In 1996, Elliot died in his Massachusetts home at the age of 97.

Subjects and Contributors:
  • Byron K. Elliot


  • Dedication Ceremonies -- Buildings
  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.) -- Buildings
  • Northeastern University -- Benefactors

Restrictions:The collection is unrestricted.
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Processor: Finding aid prepared by Marietta Carr, November 20, 2007.