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# Title Date(s) Creator Contributor(s) Description Description Description Collection ID Hagley ID Collection
1 Meadowbrook Fife and Drum Corps 1900?, 1900 Beacom, Elizabeth (former owner) Back row: Joseph Williams, Cornelius Dougherty, Daniel Walsh, Edward Beacom, John Russel (Leader of Corps), Edward Cheney, Thomas Jackson, Edward Williams, and Joseph Sheppard. Front row: Edward Andrews, John McElhinney, John Gamble, George Russel (Mascot), and George Buchanan.
Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs (Accession 2017.225) HF_W063_026 Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs
2 High water on Creek Road (Main Street) along Brandywine Creek in Henry Clay, Delaware 1890/1910?, 1890, 1910 Beacom, Elizabeth (former owner) Buildings left to right: Charles I. du Pont house, Long Row.
Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs (Accession 2017.225) HF_H50_094 Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs
3 Members of the Meadowbrook Club Fife & Drum Corps and other young men from Henry Clay, Delaware 1907?, 1907 Beacom, Elizabeth (former owner), Ink, Wilbur H. (photographer) Left to right: Harry Deer, Daniel Walsh, Thomas Jackson, Clifford Blakely, Joseph Sheppard, Edward Beacom, Garrett Miller, Joseph Williams, Raymond Johnson, Edward Cheney, Joseph Consono, Lee Knox, and Arthur Jackson. Donor identifies location as "on the stone wall...between the House and the sand pile."
Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs (Accession 2017.225) HF_W063_025 Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs
4 Rolling mills, Hagley Yard 1870/1900?, 1870, 1900 Beacom, Elizabeth (former owner) Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs (Accession 2017.225) HF_R020_038 Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs
5 Graining mill, river side 1900/1920?, 1900, 1920 Beacom, Elizabeth (former owner) Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs (Accession 2017.225) HF_G21_019 Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs
6 Ice jam on Creek Road (Main Street) along Brandywine Creek in Henry Clay, Delaware 1890/1910?, 1890, 1910 Beacom, Elizabeth (former owner) Buildings left to right: Charles I. du Pont house, Pigeon Hole Row, Long Row. Rolling mills visible at far right.
Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs (Accession 2017.225) HF_H50_093 Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs
7 Road bed and stone wall construction before beginning of Peoples Railway on Creek Road (Main Street) in Henry Clay, Delaware 1905/1906?, 1905, 1906 Beacom, Elizabeth (former owner), Mathewson, F.L. (Les) (former owner) Buildings left to right: Charles I. du Pont house, Long Row, New Machine Shop in Hagley Yard.
Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs (Accession 2017.225) HF_H50_095 Brandywine Valley oral history interviewees' photographs
8 Squirrel Run Village map 1967-11 Beacom, Elizabeth E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (associated name) Squirrel Run Village, an area near the DuPont Powder Yards near Wilmington, Delaware as it was circa 1900.
Hagley File (Accession 1969.001) HF_M13_012 Maps and Plans of the Hagley Site and Buildings
9 Interview with Elizabeth Beacom, 1967 May 29 [audio] 1967-05-29 Beacom, Elizabeth (interviewee), Wilkinson, Norman B. (interviewer), Monigle, Joseph P. (interviewer) Ms. Beacom recounts details about her father's work, life in Squirrel Run, an 1890 explosion, memories of Louise Crowninshield, and her own education and career which included work as Mrs. Crowninshield's secretary.
Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation interviews on the history of the DuPont Company Powder Yard (Accession 1970.370) 1970370_7913_Beacom Oral histories on work and daily life in the Brandywine Valley
10 Interview with Elizabeth Beacom, 1967 May 29 [transcript] 1967-05-29 Beacom, Elizabeth (interviewee), Wilkinson, Norman B. (interviewer), Monigle, Joseph P. (interviewer) Transcript of interview with Elizabeth Beacom about her time living in Squirrel Run while her father worked for the DuPont refinery. The interview took place in Wilmington, Delaware.
Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation interview transcripts on the history of the DuPont Company Powder Yard (Accession 2026) 2026_052113_04 Oral histories on work and daily life in the Brandywine Valley