Henry W. Art?s essay, ?The Amos Lawrence Hopkins Memorial Forest: an eclectic history of its first century (1887-1987)?, provides a brief history of Amos Lawrence Hopkins, Buxton Farms, the Rosenburgs, and Hopkins Memorial Forest. It is available through the History section of the Hopkins Memorial Forest site at http://www.williams.edu/CES/hopkins/history/eclectic.htm.
The Rosenburg family was deeply entwined in the history of Buxton Farms, and closely associated with the College's Center for Environmental Studies. Arthur Edward Rosenburg and Ella May (Goodrich) Rosenburg (1893-1988) had four children: Katherine May (Rosenburg) Greenwalt, Robert Floyd (1915-1988, Williams Class of 1937), Arthur Gerald, and Donald Winfield Rosenburg. Each of these individuals is documented in this collection.