HENRY P. WRIGHT MEMORIAL (1908). Members of the Class of 1868 in memory of Dean Henry P. Wright, B.A. 1868. For the best descriptive, imaginative, or journalistic article of from 2,500 to 5,000 words.
ELMORE A. WILLETS (1981). Ann (Mrs. William) Boyd, in memory of her father, Elmore A. Willets (1884). Awarded for the best entries in fiction writing, either novel or short story. Normally divided among at least three winners each year (e.g., one for a novel, two for short stories).
WINSTON TROWBRIDGE TOWNSEND (1898). Judge William K. Townsend, B.A. 187l, in memory of his son, a member of the Class of 1901. A book prize for excellence in English composition in the freshman year. Consult the department for deadline.
CHAUNCEY BREWSTER TINKER, ’99 (1962). Anonymous gift in honor of the Keeper of Rare Books. For a prize to be awarded to the outstanding senior in English.
HENRY H. STRONG (1929). Henry H. Strong, B.A. 1883, to the Phelps Association as trustee. To a junior or senior, for the best essay on a phase of American literature or the best story on an incident in the lives of American people.
RICHARD SCHOENBERG (1943). Dr. Herman B. Schoenberg of New York City in memory of his son, Richard Schoenberg, B.A. 1943. To a junior or senior for the best essay on some American poet or some phase of American poetry.
RALPH PAINE MEMORIAL (1926). Members of the Class of 1894 in memory of Ralph D. Paine, B.A. 1894. To a senior majoring in English for the best senior essay.
LLOYD MIFFLIN (1923). Houston Mifflin. Awarded to seniors majoring in English or American literature for senior essays.
J. EDWARD MEEKER (1956). Estate of Lucy J. Meeker in memory of her son, J. Edward Meeker, B.A. 1913. For a prize or prizes in English to be awarded to a member or members of the freshman class.
EDWARD THOMPKINS McLAUGHLIN SCHOLARSHIP (1933). Mary B. McLaughlin in memory of her son, Edward T. McLaughlin, B.A. 1883, former Professor of Rhetoric and Belles Lettres. For a junior for excellence in English composition and the study of English literature during the earlier years of his/her course. Award announced during the student’s senior year.