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Historical Manuscripts Collection, 1821-1909
8 archives boxes (4 linear ft.)

Abstract:
Correspondence and literary manuscripts - mostly orations, disputations and essays - written by Amherst College alumni. The collection includes materials of such individuals as Henry Ward Beecher, John Quincy Adams, William Austin Dickinson, and Edward Hitchcock.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to the Historical Manuscripts Collection for research use. Particularly fragile items may be restricted for preservation purposes.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from Historical Manuscripts Collection should be directed to Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Amherst College Archives and Special Collections
Amherst, MA

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Correspondence and literary manuscripts - mostly orations, disputations and essays - written by Amherst College alumni. The collection includes materials of such individuals as Henry Ward Beecher, John Quincy Adams, William Austin Dickinson, and Edward Hitchcock.

Organization of the collection

The manuscripts are listed alphabetically by the author's or creator's name (but not necessarily arranged alphabetically). Following the description of the items, where appropriate, are numbered added entries that refer to a subject index that comprises an appendix to this finding aid (see p. 63). Name entries were also created to facilitate sorting and research.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to the Historical Manuscripts Collection for research use. Particularly fragile items may be restricted for preservation purposes.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from Historical Manuscripts Collection should be directed to Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

[Identification of item], in: Historical Manuscripts Collection [Box #, Folder #], Amherst College Archives and Special Collections, Amherst College Library.

History of the Collection

Processing Information

The collection consists chiefly of correspondence, diaries, sermons and commencement orations written by Amherst College alumni from 1821 to 1909, which were removed from numerous Alumni Biographical Files. Documents were presumably selected because of their perceived historical significance. The collection was compiled ca. 1981, but the project was never completed. Most of the items were catalogued on typed card files, but three boxes of documents were either left unprocessed or were added later. Processing of the collection was fully completed in November 2008.


Additional Information
Contact Information
Amherst College Archives and Special Collections
Robert Frost Library
PO Box 5000
Amherst, MA 01002-5000

Phone: (413) 542-2299
Fax: (413) 542-2692

Email Reference Form: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives/askus
URL: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives

Language
English

Contents List
Abbott, Sereno Timothy (AC 1833). Essay: "Thoughts."
1833

Box 7: folder 7
Adams, Charles Baker (AC 1834), Marion College, Mo., to William S. Tyler, Amherst College. Two letters.
1. Slavery
1837-1838

Box 2: folder 8
Adams, Charles Baker (AC 1834), Amherst College, to Steven Fullerton, Baird, n.p. Two letters.
1851 Oct

Box 2: folder 9
Adams, Charles Baker (AC 1834). Lists of shells sent to C.B. Adams by various correspondents.
1844-1853

Box 2: folder 14
Adams, Charles Baker (AC 1834). List of shells sent to various scholars; annotated catalogues.
1850-1852

Box 2: folder 15
Adams, Charles Baker (AC 1834).Valedictory.
1834

Box 7: folder 8
Adams, Ezra (AC 1835). Disputation with W.G. Howard (affirmative): "Funeral and Sepulchral Honors: Are They on the Whole Beneficial?"
1835 Aug

Box 8: folder 1
Adams, Henry (AC 1828). Record of purchases from the Nile Register. From R.R. & C. Williams, Boston, to Henry Adams.
1. S. Bedlington
1827 Dec 18

Box 1: folder 21
Adams, Henry (AC 1828). Part of a conference: "The Policy of a Protecting Tariff."
1828

Box 7: folder 3
Adams, John Calvin (AC 1833). Disputation (untitled).
1833 Aug

Box 7: folder 7
Adams, John Quincy. Letter to the Social Union Society at Amherst College.
1837 Mar 24

Box 6: folder 1
Adams, John Quincy. Letter to the Athenian Society at Amherst College.
1841 Mar 22

Box 6: folder 2
Alden, Ebenezer (AC 1839), Amherst, Mass., to Ebenezer Alden (his father), Randolph, Mass. 34 letters.
1. Amherst College - Athenian Society; Anti-Venevean Society 2. Gorham Rebellion, 1836 3. Religion
1835-1839

Box 3: folder 43
Alden, Ebenezer (AC 1839). Disputation with H. L. Whitman: "Is the Secular Enterprise of New England Subversive of Morality? Affirmative"
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Alden, Edmund Kimball (AC 1844). "Oratorio Salutatoria."
1844 Jul 22

Box 4: folder 34
Allen, David Oliver (AC 1823). Partial transcriptions of letters to people associated with the American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Missions in India.
1827-1861

Box 1: folder 1
Allen, Nathan (AC 1836), Lowell, Mass., to Edward Payson Crowell (AC 1853), Amherst College. Three letters.
1872-1881

Box 2: folder 45
Allen, Nathan (AC 1836), Lowell, Mass., to Rev. Mr. Herrick.
1874 Oct 20

Box 2: folder 46
Allen, William (AC 1842), Northampton, Mass., to William Austin Dickinson, Amherst, Mass.
1889 Jul 2

Box 4: folder 12
Amerman, Thomas Albert (AC 1827). A sermon on John XI: 52, 48pp.
ca. 1830

Box 1: folder 15
Andrews, David (AC 1836). Oration: "The Obligations of Genius to Common Minds."
1836

Box 8: folder 2
Appleton, Samuel Gilman. (AC 1830). Literary discussion with A.E. Baker: "Are Works of Fiction Necessary to Give a Proper Cultivation of the Mind?"
1830

Box 7: folder 4
Arms, William (AC 1830). Letter to unknown.
1. Missionaries
ca. 1880

Box 1: folder 33
Arms, William (AC 1830), Beaver Dam, to his classmates, At Amherst College.
1. Missionaries
1855 Jul 23

Box 1: folder 34
Arms, William (AC 1830). Oration: "Chemical Metamorphoses."
1830 Jul 24

Box 7: folder 4
Arnell, David Reeve (AC 1840). "Disputation - Is there more of sublimity in the pursuits of the Philosopher or the Poet? - Negative."
1. Nathan W. Fiske
1840

Box 3: folder 60
Ash, George Washington (AC 1839), Enfield, White Co., Ill., to Edward B. Gillett, n.p.
1871 Oct 7

Box 3: folder 44
Ashby, John Langdon (AC 1837), Amherst College, to Bela Francher, Southamptom, Mass.
1834 Mar 21

Box 3: folder 7
Ayres, Rowland (AC 1841). Oration: "The Modesty of True Genius."
1841 July 3

Box 3: folder 82
Atkinson, Charles Moody (AC 1844), Amherst College, Mass., to John C. March, Newburyport, Mass.
1839 Nov 9

Box 4: folder 35
Bacon, George Ferdinand (AC non-grad. 1837). Twenty-one letters from his family, New York City, to Bacon at Amherst College.
1833-1836

Box 3: folder 30
Bacon, George Ferdinand (AC non-grad. 1837). Two letters to him, Amherst, Mass.
1. Francis Taylor 2. Hilliard, Gray & Co.
1834 Jan 13

Box 2: folder 29
Bacon, George Ferdinand (AC non-grad. 1837), Amherst, to George Bacon, New York, N.Y. Three letters.
1. Slavery 2. Amherst College - Starvati Club
1834

Box 3: folder 28
Bancroft, James Henry (AC 1839). Poem: "Sympathy;" exhibition at commencement.
1839 Aug

Box 8: folder 5
Bannister, Seth Warriner (AC 1835). Disputation with Mortimer Blake: "Are the Earlier Ages of a Nation More Interesting Than the Later?"
1835 Aug

Box 8: folder 1
Barber, Lucius Israel (AC 1826). Oration: "Influence of Literature."
1826

Box 7: folder 1
Bardwell, Horatio Forbush (AC 1840), Oxford, Mass., to George F. Cushman, Amherst, Mass.
1. Amherst College - Alexandrian Society 2. George Francis Cushman
1839 Nov 16

Box 3: folder 61
Bardwell, Horatio Forbush (AC 1840), Manchester, Md., to Abel Harwood, Amherst, Mass.
1841 Nov 20

Box 3: folder 62
Barnard, Daneil Emerson (AC 1846), Chicago, Ill., to unknown, Amherst, Mass.
1. U.S. Civil War
1869 Oct 2

Box 5: folder 37
Batchelder, James Locke (AC 1840). Oration: "Introduction and Mathematics - the Instruments of Investigation" or "Induction as an Instrument of Advancing Knowledge."
1.Ebenezer S. Snell
1840 Aug 26

Box 3: folder 64
Batchelder, James Locke (AC 1840), Chicago, Ill., to Edward P. Cromwell, Amherst, Mass. Two letters.
1872-1880

Box 3: folder 65
Bates, L.C, to William Young (AC 1842), Amherst, Mass.
1. Amherst College - Athenian Society 2. National Intelligencer
1841 Feb 6

Box 4: folder 23
3. Gates & Seaton


Box 4: folder 23
Bates, Philander (AC 1832). Essay: "Controversy."
1832 Aug

Box 7: folder 6
Bayley, Calvin Chapin (AC 1837), Waupun, Wis., to William S. Tyler, Amherst College.
1865 Dec 26

Box 3: folder 8
Bayley, Calvin Chapin (AC 1837). Oration: "Poetry of Mathematics."
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Beaman, Warren Harrison (AC 1837), Amherst College, to Wolcott (?) Marsh, n.p.
1888 Jul 23

Box 3: folder 9
Beaman, Warren Harrison (AC 1837). Essay: "Influence of Science on the Moral Improvement of Society."
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Beecher, Henry Ward (AC 1834), Amherst College, to Harriet Beecher Stowe, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ca. 1833 Mar 28

Box 2: folder 11
Beecher, Henry Ward (AC 1834). Ten autograph letters to Amherst College personages (possibly Edward Hitchcock, AC 1849). One transcript relating to some of Beecher's lectures and sermons.
1860-1885

Box 2: folder 12
Beecher, Henry Ward (AC 1834), Lane Seminary, Walnut Hills, Ohio, to William S. Tyler, Andover, Mass.
1. Amherst College - Society of Inquiry
1835 Aug

Box 2: folder 10
Beecher, Henry Ward (AC 1834). Two receipts for lecture fees
1. E. Huntington
1863-1865

Box 1: folder 6
Beecher, Henry Ward (AC 1834). Notes for three sermons on John 3:2, Matthew 5: 21, Proverbs 26:12.
ca. 1875

Box 2: folder 13
Beecher, Henry Ward (AC 1834), n.p., to Charles A. Judson.
1875 Oct 16

Box 2: folder 18
Beecher, Henry Ward (AC 1834), to Samuel B. Holliday, Plymouth, N.Y. Two letters.
1877-1878

Box 2: folder 17
Belcher, John Wilson (AC 1847). Oration: "The Spirit of the Nation."
1. Aaron Warner
1847 Jul 28

Box 5: folder 43
Belcher, Nathan (AC 1832). Discussion with I.N. Stoddard: "Would the Dissolution of the American Union Necessarily Prove Fatal to the Progress of Universal Liberty? Negative."
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Belden, Pomeroy (AC 1833). Discussion with E.W. Harrington: "Thought and Emotion, Their Influence Upon Oratory (Thought)"
1833

Box 7: folder 7
Benton, Azariah Lathrop (AC non-grad 1841), Amherst College, to his parents, Tolland, Conn.
1. Town of Amherst- 1838 fire
1838 Feb 13

Box 4: folder 8
Bigelow, Andrew (AC 1838). Oration: "Fiction, a Vehicle of Truth."
1838

Box 8: folder 4
Billings, Richard Slater (AC 1847). "Object of Literary Pursuit," dissertation.
1. Aaron Warner
1847 Aug

Box 5: folder 44
Blake, Horace Thompson (AC 1838). Oration: "The Eloquence of Ames."
1838

Box 8: folder 4
Blake, Mortimer (AC 1835). Lecture notes on American history, Greek literature, philosophy, chemistry, and natural history.
1.Edwards A. Parks 2. Nathan W. Fiske 3. Ebenezer S. Snell 4. Edward Hitchcock
1833-1834

Box 2: folder 31
Blake, Mortimer (AC 1835). Lecture notes on botany, mineralogy, geology, conchology, and religion.
1. Edward Hitchcock
1834 Jun-Jul

Box 2: folder 32
Blake, Mortimer (AC 1835). Lecture notes on physics, European history, Greek language and literature.
1. Nathan W. Fiske
1834-1835

Box 2: folder 33
Blatchford, Seward & Griswold, New York, N.Y., to Jerome R. Birgham, Milwaukee, Wisc. Five letters.
1857-1859

Box 4: folder 69
Bliss, Edwin Elisha (AC 1837). Home circular for Portland, West Springfield and Beaver Dam, written in Trebizond, Turkey.
1. Missionaries
1847 Dec 31

Box 3: folder 12
Bliss, Edwin Elisha (AC 1837), Constantinople, to unknown.
1. Missionaries
1865 Mar 15

Box 3: folder 11
Bliss, Edwin Elisha (AC 1837), Steamship Silvia, to children.
1. Missionaries
1874 Dec 4

Box 3: folder 10
Bliss, Edwin Elisha (AC 1837). Oration: "The Sources of Our Delight in Tragic Scenes."
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Bliss, Francis Champion (AC 1846). Essay: "Past literature as Connected With True Scholarship."
1. Aaron Warner
1846 July

Box 5: folder 9
Bliss, Isaac Grout (AC 1844), Constantinople, to Edwin E. Bliss, n.p.
1. Missionaries
1863 Dec 16

Box 4: folder 36
Bliss, Thomas Eliakin (non-grad 1848). Seven letters written to Samuel D. Cowles, father of William L. Cowles (AC 1878).
1843-1848

Box 6: folder 3
Blood, Lorenzo Prentice (AC 1846). Oration: "Will a Republican Form of Government Ever Be Permanent?"
1. William B. Calhoun
1846 Aug 13

Box 5: folder 10
Boggs, George W. (AC 1827). Oration: "Connection between Christianity and Civil Liberty."
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Bolles, William (AC 1828), Hartford, Conn., to Asa (?) Bullard, n.p.
1868 Dec 29

Box 1: folder 22
Bond, William Bush (AC 1835). Dissertation: "Scottish Literature."
1835 Aug

Box 8: folder 1
Boltwood, Lucius, Amherst, Mass., to Lucius Manlius Boltwood (AC 1843), n.p.
1837 Aug 14

Box 4: folder 26
Boltwood, Lucius Manlius (AC 1843), New Haven, Conn., to Joseph Knowlton Chickering, Amherst, Mass.
1885 Apr 29

Box 4: folder 25
Bonney, Elijah Hayward, Vernon Center, N.Y., to Edward Bates Gillett (AC 1839), n.p.
1871 Sept 9

Box 3: folder 46
Boutelle, Asaph. (AC 1828) Oration: "Eloquence of Patrick Henry."
1828

Box 7: folder 3
Brace, Johnathan (AC 1831). Travel notes on Europe.
1875 Oct 25

Box 1: folder 41
Bradbury, Elbridge (AC 1831), Lincoln, Kans., to Joseph Knowlton Chickering, n.p.
1885 May 25

Box 1: folder 43
Bradbury, Elbridge (AC 1831). Oration: "Relations of Matter and Mind."
1831 Aug

Box 7: folder 5
Bradford, E.G. Oration: "Ought the Colonization Society To Be Patronized by the General Government?"
1826

Box 7: folder 2
Bragg, Jesse Kendall (AC1838). Disputation with G. Leeds: "The Old Age of the Scholar."
1838

Box 8: folder 4
Bridgman, Elijah Coleman (AC 1826). Eulogy on Nelson Newel.
1823 Mar 4

Box 1: folder 6
Bridgman, Elijah Coleman (AC 1826). "Men of China" and "Golden Tombs Collected Conversations." Notes on important men and events in Chinese history, religion, politics, and philosophy.
ca. 1858

Box 1: folder 11
Bridgman, Elijah Coleman (AC 1826). Copies and originals of letters from Rev. and Mrs. Bridgman to family, friends and superiors in the American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Missions.
1. Missionaries
1828-1861

Box 1: folder 12
Bridgman, Elijah Coleman (AC 1826). Oration: "The Study of Human Nature Connected to Oratory."
1826

Box 7: folder 1
Bridgman, James Granger (AC 1842). "Oratio Salutoria."
1. William S. Tyler
1842

Box 4: folder 13
Brooks, Benjamin Franklin (AC 1837). Oration: "The Plea of the Incapacity of Man for Self-Government."
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Brooks, Sidney (AC 1841). Fourteen letters to his family.
1835-1841

Box 3: folder 83
Brooks, Sidney (AC 1841) Oration. First sentence: "In tracing the operations of human nature, there are presented alternately pictures while as they instruct at the same time disgust us."
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Brown, Hope (AC 1828) Discussion with J. Chapin: "pulpit Eloquence in New England.
1828

Box 7: folder 3
Bruce, J. Untitled oration (first page missing).
1831

Box 7: folder 5
Bruuer, Emilus (AC 1845), Amherst, Mass., to James M. Bruuer, North Wilbraham, Mass.
1842 Mar 17

Box 4: folder 72
Buck, Augustus Howe (AC 1849). Letters to William J. Rolfe (AC 1849) and William A. Dickinson Esy.
1848-1899

Box 6: folder 4
Bullard, Amos (AC 1833), Andover Theological Seminary, to Prof. William S. Tyler, Amherst College.
1838 Oct 31

Box 2: folder 1
Bullard, Artemas (AC 1826), St. Louis, Mo., to the Alexandrian Society at Amherst College.
1853 Aug 17

Box 1: folder 7
Bullard, Asa (AC 1828). Disputation with Chester Humphrey: "Ought Universalists to be Allowed to Give Testimony In Courts of Justice?"
1828

Box 7: folder 3
Bullock, Alexander Hamilton (AC 1836), Boston, Mass., to William S. Tyler, Amherst College.
1865 Feb 28

Box 2: folder 47
Bullock, Alexander Hamilton (AC 1836). Summaries of letters to Alexander H. Bullock.
1. William A. Stearns 2. Samuel Bowles 3. Julia W. Howe 4. William S. Tyler
1870-1881

Box 2: folder 48
Bullock, Alexander Hamilton (AC 1836). Salutatory.
1836

Box 8: folder 2
Burgess, Ebenezer (AC 1831), to Rev. William S. Tyler, Amherst College. Four letters.
1. Missionaries
1838-1844

Box 1: folder 44
Burgess, John W. (AC 1867). Letter to Prof. Todd.
1897 June 2

Box 6: folder 5
Burnham, Thomas. (AC 1828) Disputation with W. Gage: "Is It Expedient to Celebrate a Military Spirit in the United States?"
1828

Box 7: folder 3
Burnside, Ambrose Everett, "Mouth of Antietam," Md., to George Brinton McClellan. Transcription of a recommendation for promotion of William Smith Clark in the 21st Regiment.
1. U.S. Civil War - 21st Regiment, Mass. Volunteers
1862 Sept 25

Box 5: folder 82
Burrit, Elihu, Worcester, Mass., to Thomas S. Russel (AC 1841), Amherst, Mass.
1841 Mar 17

Box 4: folder 5
Caldwell, David (AC 1837). Eulogy on Kosinsko.
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Campbell, Archibald Barrington (AC 1840). Autobiography.
ca. 1866

Box 3: folder 66
Carlisle, Hugh. (AC 1826). Conference: "The Effects of Foreign Interference on the Interests of Our Country."
1826

Box 7: folder 1
Carpenter, Chester Whitmore (AC 1839). Disputation with S.T. Spaulding: "Does the Civilized or Savage State Afford Greater Advantages for Eloquence?"
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Cary, Josiah Addison (AC 1832). Personal diary preceded by short section on the creation of the earth and man.
1827-1837

Box 1: folder 52
Cary, Josiah Addison (AC 1832). Oration: "The Classifications and Influence of the Statesman and the Man of Letters: the Man of Letters."
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Case, Ira (AC 1848). Dissertation: "The Relations of Mind to Ultimate Truth."
1. Aaron Warner
1848 Aug 10

Box 5: folder 66
Chapin, Alonzo. (AC 1826) Oration: "Dangers to be Apprehended by Our Country from the Influence of Luxury."
1826

Box 7: folder 1
Chapin, Roswell Lombard (AC 1842), Amherst College, Mass., to Julia Chapin (his sister), Springfield, Mass.
1841 Jun

Box 4: folder 14
Chapman, Mahlon Pomeroy(AC 1832). Oration: "Infidelity and War - Their Influence on Benevolent Enterprise."
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Clapp, Alender Osmyn (AC 1837), Amherst College, to Joseph Clapp, Homer, Cortland County, N.Y.
1. Amherst College - Johnson Chapel
1835 Mar 27

Box 3: folder 14
Clapp, Charles (AC 1832) Valedictory: "The Spirit of Modern Criticism."
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Clapp, R. C. Dissertation: "Importance of a Knowledge if the Human Kind."
1832 Aug

Box 7: folder 6
Clark, Albert. (AC 1834). Dissertation: "Bibliomania."
1834

Box 7: folder 8
Clark, Clinton (AC 1835). Valedictory: "Influence of Benevolent Feelings on the Intellect."
1835

Box 8: folder 1
Clark, Joseph Sylvester (AC 1827), Amherst House, Amherst, Mass., to Rev. William S. Tyler, n.p.
1833 Aug 11

Box 1: folder 16
Clark, Joseph Sylvester (AC 1827). Valedictory: "The Responsibilities of Liberally Educated Men."
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Clark, Lucius Lafayette (AC 1827). Oration: "Africa."
1827 Aug 20

Box 1: folder 17
Clark, Lewis Franklin. (AC 1837). Disputation with H.J. Gaylord: "Is the Patronage of Our Government Necessary for a High Standard of Literature? Affirmative"
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Clark, Sereno Dickinson (AC 1835). Oration: "Source of Emotions."
1835 Aug

Box 8: folder 1
Clark, Stanford Russell. (AC 1833). Oration: "Our District."
n.d.

Box 7: folder 7
Clark, Stanford Russell (AC 1833). Essay: "Sensibility to Public Opinion."
1833 Aug 28

Box 7: folder 7
Clark, Stephen Watkins (AC 1837), Cortland Academy, Homer, N.Y., to William Tyler, Amherst College.
1852 Sep 14

Box 3: folder 15
Clark, Stephen Watkins (AC 1837), to Leach (?), Sanford, n.p.
1899 Dec 20

Box 3: folder 16
Clark, Summer (AC 1840). Essay: "Is Elizabeth of England censurable for her treatment of Mary Queen of the Scots?"
1840

Box 3: folder 67
Clark, William Smith (AC 1848), Amherst College, Mass., to J. N. Manross, Easthampton, Mass.
1845 Apr 3

Box 5: folder 68
Clark, William Smith (AC 1848), Amherst College, Mass., to Harriet E. Clark, Easthampton, Mass.
1. Edward Hitchcock
1845 Nov 17

Box 5: folder 70
Clark, William Smith (AC 1848), Acworth, [N.H], to Newton [Spalding Manross], n.p.
1. Charles U. Shepard
1846 Nov 9

Box 5: folder 71
Clark, William Smith (AC 1848). Oration: "The Alchemist."
1. Aaron Warner 2.Charles U. Shepard
1848 Aug 10

Box 5: folder 78
Clark, William Smith (AC 1848), Göttingen, Germany, to Atherton Clark, [Easthampton], Mass.
1851 Jun 1

Box 5: folder 69
Clark, William Smith (AC 1848), Amherst College, Mass., to the members of the Alexandrian Society, [Amherst College].
1853 Oct 27

Box 5: folder 80
Clark, William Smith (AC 1848), Camp Lincoln, Worcester, Mass., to [Newton Spalding] Manross, n.p.
1. U.S. Civil War - 21st Regiment, Mass. Volunteers
1861 Aug 22

Box 5: folder 73
Clark, William Smith (AC 1848), Annapolis, Md., to [Newton Spalding] Manross, n.p.
1. U.S. Civil War - 21st Regiment, Mass. Volunteers
1861 Sep 10

Box 5: folder 74
Clark, William Smith (AC 1848), Camp Andrew, Newbern, N.C., to [Newton Spalding] Manross, Amherst, Mass.
1. U.S. Civil War - Battle of Roanoke; 21st Regiment, Mass. Volunteers 3. Frazar Stearns 4. Jefferson Davis
1862 Mar 30

Box 5: folder 75
Clark, William Smith (AC 1848), "Army of Potomac," Va., to [William Seymour Tyler], n.p.
1. U.S. Civil War - 21st Regiment, Mass. Volunteers 2. Charles Delano
1863 Jan 16

Box 5: folder 77
Clark, William Smith (AC 1848), Amherst, Mass., to Edward Hitchcock (AC 1849), n.p.
1880 Feb 24

Box 5: folder 84
Clift, William Avery (AC 1839). Oration: "Robert Burns."
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Cochran, Joseph Gallup (AC 1842), Amherst College, Mass., to the editor of the Hampshire Gazette.
1. Amherst College - Athenian Society
1840 Nov 24

Box 4: folder 15
Collins, William Oliver (AC 1833), Ft. Laramie, Neb., to John Pratt. A.A.G., District of Neb., Omaha. An account of an attack of American Indians.
1865 Feb 15

Box 2: folder 2
Colton, Francis Parmelee (AC 1845), Amherst College, Mass., to William L. Silcox, Culpepper, Va.
1845 Mar 2

Box 4: folder 73
Cooke, George (AC non-grad., 1832). "Incidents in the life and ministry of Parson Paul Powers, 1781-1848."
ca. 1850

Box 4: folder 10
Cooke, George (AC non-grad. 1832). Commonplace book containing sermons, copies of letters, poetry, memoirs,essays.
1850-1853

Box 4: folder 11
Cooke, Phineas. Acworth, N.H. Account of Ecclesiastical Council meetings attended and sermons.
1. John Richards 2. Arnas Keyes 3. I. Aiken
1814-1853

Box 1: folder 54
Cooke, Phineas. Lebanon, N.H. Two discourses delivered before the Congregational Church and Society.
1848 May 21

Box 1: folder 55
Cooke, Phineas. Record of expenses of the Committee for the Supply of the Pulpit, Lebanon, N.H., and an inventory of the estate of Phineas Cooke with three letters bound to it.
1839-1853

Box 1: folder 53
Corss. Charles Chapin. (AC 1830). Oration: "Motives to Intellectual Exertion."
1830 Jul 14

Box 7: folder 4
Cressy, Benjamin Cothen (AC 1826). "On the Dangers to be Apprehended by This Country From Internal Discord."
ca. 1827

Box 1: folder 8
Cressy, Benjamin Cothen (AC 1826), Amherst College, Mass., to his family, N.H.
1822 Nov 13

Box 1: folder 9
Cressy, Timothy Robinson (AC 1828), to Rev. Asa Bullard, Boston, Mass. Two letters.
1858-1866

Box 1: folder 23
Cressy, Timothy Robinson (AC 1828). Oration: "The Victory of the Church."
1828

Box 7: folder 3
Cross, Moses Kimball (AC 1838), South Deerfield, to Rev. [Joseph] Haven, n.p.
1852 Dec 29

Box 3: folder 31
Cromwell, Loranus, Middletown, to Abel Harwood (AC 1841), Wilbraham, Mass.
1836 Apr 10

Box 4: folder 2
Cummings, Henry (AC 1847). Oration: "Personality of the Scholar."
1. Aaron Warner
1847 Jul 20

Box 5: folder 45
Curtis, George Cogswell (AC 1844). Sermon on the order of Providence.
1. Heman Humphrey
1844

Box 4: folder 37
Cushman, George Francis (AC 1840). Oration: "Misfortune, the Inheritance of Genius."
1. Nathan W. Fiske
1840 Aug 26

Box 3: folder 68
Cutler, Joseph (AC 1840). Oration: "The relation of rights and duties."
1. Nathan W. Fiske
1840 Aug 26

Box 3: folder 69
Damon, Samuel Chenery (AC 1836). Dissertation: "American Biography."
1. Aaron Warner
1836

Box 8: folder 2
Dana, Samuel Worcester (AC 1847). "The Progress of Freedom," dissertation.
1. Aaron Warner
1847 Aug 12

Box 5: folder 46
Dana, Samuel Worcester (AC 1847), New Castle, Pa., to Edward Payson Crowell, Amherst, Mass.
1. Frederick Ridgely Graham
1895 May 7

Box 5: folder 55
Dana, Samuel Worcester (AC 1847), New Castle, Pa., to John Mason Tyler, Amherst, Mass.
1900 Jun 13

Box 5: folder 47
Darling, Henry (AC 1842). Oration: "Literature: the Expression of Society."
1. William C. Fowler
1842 Jul

Box 4: folder 16
Day, Isaac Clifford (AC 1841), Amherst College, Mass., to Abel Harwood, Enfield, Mass.
ca. 1841 Sep 29

Box 3: folder 85
Day, Pliny Butts (AC 1834). Oration: "Progress of Society."
1834 Aug

Box 7: folder 8
Dean, Artemas (AC 1842). Oration: "The Decay of Superstition."
1. Nathan W. Fiske
1842 Jul

Box 4: folder 17
Dean, Mrs. M.R., Newburyport, Mass., to Edwin Willard Pierce (AC 1838), Amherst, Mass.
1835 Jan 20

Box 3: folder 38
De Forest, Henry Grant (AC 1839). Oration: "Devotion to Principle."
1839 Aug

Box 8: folder 5
Dexter, Nathaniel Morton (AC 1834). Essay: "Common Sense."
1834 Aug

Box 7: folder 8
Dickinson, D.S. Disputation: "The Jesuits: Causes of Their Success."
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Dickinson, Erastus. (AC 1832). Bible class book. Publication of Christianity to the Jews."
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Dickinson, Noadiah Smith (AC 1841). Essay: "The Harmony of Science and Revelation."
1841 Jul 16

Box 3: folder 86
Dickinson, Richard Salter Storrs (AC 1844). Oration: "Protestant Americans."
1. Aaron Warner
1844 Aug 8

Box 4: folder 38
Dickinson, William Cowper (AC 1848), Evanston, Ill., to [Henry Johnson Patrick] (AC 1848), n.p.
1893 Jun 17

Box 5: folder 85
Dickinson, William Cowper (AC 1848), Evanston, Ill., to Francis Augustine Howe (AC 1848), Newburyport, Mass.
1893 Jun 24

Box 5: folder 86
Doolittle, Charles Hutchins (AC 1836), Utica, N.Y., to William S. Tyler, Amherst, Mass.
1851 Jun 28

Box 2: folder 49
Doty, E. Lunidentifields. Fragment of a note and material that appears to relate to China. Probably written to Elijah Bridgman (AC 1826).
1895 Aug 24

Box 1: folder 10
Draper, Warren Fales (AC 1847), Andover, Mass., to John Mason Tyler, [Amherst, Mass.]
1. Edward Hitchcock
1900 Jun 15

Box 5: folder 48
Dudley, John L. (AC 1844). Oration: "Professional Life."
1. Aaron Warner 2. Nathan W. Fiske
1844 Aug 8

Box 4: folder 39
Dwight, Timothy. (AC 1827). Salutatory in Latin (untitled).
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Dyer, Ebenezer Porter (AC non-grad 1833), Amherst College, to Ebenezer Porter, Abington, Mass.
1830 Feb 19

Box 2: folder 6
Dyer, Ebenezer Porter (AC non-grad 1833). "The Lily Law," typed transcripts of poems with accompanying illustrations (signed J.O.H.)
ca. 1880

Box 2: folder 7
Eastman, David (AC 1835). Essay: "Avarice, a Temptation Powerful and Universal."
1835 Aug

Box 8: folder 1
Eastman, George. (AC 1830). Discussion: "England and Napoleon."
1830 Aug 14

Box 7: folder 4
Eastman, Henry Edward. (AC 1830). Dissertation: "The Study of the English Language."
1830

Box 7: folder 4
Eastman, Lucius Root (AC 1833). Oration: Science and the Classics - Their Union the True Basis of a Professional Education."
1833

Box 7: folder 7
Eaton, Joseph Myron Renselaer (AC 1841). Oration: "The Value of Independent Thought."
1. Nathan W. Fiske
1841 Jul 16

Box 3: folder 87
Eddy, Nathaniel (AC 1838), Oxford, Mass., to James Humphrey and the faculty of Amherst College.
1838 Aug 13

Box 5: folder 24
Edson, Henry Kingman (AC 1844) "Decay a Law of Progress."
1. Nathan W. Fiske
1844 Aug 8

Box 4: folder 40
Edson, Henry Kingman (AC 1844), Grinnell, Iowa, to John Mason Tyler, Amherst, Mass.
1900 Jun 25

Box 4: folder 41
Edwards, Henry Luther (AC 1847). Salutatory oration in Latin.
1. Aaron Warner
1847 Jul 31

Box 5: folder 49
Edwards, Henry Luther (AC 1847), Northampton, Mass., to [William Austin] Dickinson, [Amherst, Mass.]
1891 Nov 24

Box 5: folder 50
Elliott, Caleb Burbank. (AC 1826) with M. Kimball. Disputation: "Is It Probable That the Spanish American Republics Will Be Able Maintain Their Present Liberal Institutions?
1826

Box 7: folder 1
Ellsworth, Erastus Wolcott (AC 1844), [Ogdensburgh, N.Y.] to John Sartain, Philadelphia, Pa.
1852 Jul 23

Box 4: folder 42
Ellsworth, Erastus Wolcott (AC 1844). Untitled poem beginning "Man is born a gardener still."
ca. 1881

Box 4: folder 43
Ellsworth, Erastus Wolcott (AC 1844), East Windsor, Conn., to Edmund C. Stedman, New York, N.Y. Five letters.
1881-1888

Box 4: folder 45
Ellsworth, Erastus Wolcott (AC 1844), East Windsor, Conn., to Arthur Stedman, n.p.
1886 Dec 25

Box 4: folder 46
Ellsworth, Erastus Wolcott (AC 1844). Printed poem entitled "The Mayflower," annotated tear sheets.
1. Edward K. Parmelee 2. Elizabeth W. Sperry
1888 Aug 4

Box 4: folder 44
Ely, Alfred Brewster (AC 1836). Two letters from Austin Isham to A.B. Ely, Amherst College.
1. David Sewall Oliphant
1836

Box 2: folder 50
Ely, Alfred Brewster (AC 1836). Letter from Alvan Wilcox, New Haven, Conn., to A.B. Ely, Amherst College.
1836 Jun 15

Box 2: folder 51
Elliot, S.H. [?] New Haven, Conn., to Jonathan Brace (AC 1831).
1858 Oct 8

Box 1: folder 42
Emerson, Luther (AC 1831). Disputation: "Are the Laws of Mind as Uniform as Those of Matter?"
1831

Box 7: folder 5
Emery, Samuel Hopkins (AC 1834). Oratio Salutatoria.
1834 Aug

Box 7: folder 8
Emery, Joshua (AC 1831). Oration: "The Organs of Hearing and Vision - in Connection With the Mind and the Objects (Privileges?) of Intellectual Enjoyment."
1831

Box 7: folder 5
Everett, Joel Summer (AC 1840), Amherst College, to his sister, Susan Everett, n.p.
1839 Jun 16

Box 3: folder 71
Everett, Joel Summer (AC 1840). Oration: "Eloquence, the Voice of Nature."
1. Ebenezer S. Snell
1840 Aug 26

Box 3: folder 70
Fackler, David Morris (AC 1835). Disputation with N.B. Fox: "Influence on the Discovery of Truth of Personal Interest in the Subject of Inquiry."
1835 Aug

Box 8: folder 1
Farnham, Lucien. (AC 1827). Oration: "Motives for the Cultivation of Eloquence."
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Farrar, George (AC 1839), Amherst College, to James Farrar (his father), Lincoln, Mass. Four letters.
1836-1838

Box 3: folder 45
Farrar, George (AC 1839). Disquisition: "Political Intrigue Unfavorable to Eloquence."
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Farwell, John Edward (AC 1836), Amherst College, to Laura P. Farwell, Ashby, Mass. Eleven letters.
1833-1835

Box 2: folder 52
Farwell, John Edward (AC 1836). Seventeen letters to Laura P. Caswell, Fitchburg, Mass.
1835-1839

Box 2: folder 53
Farwell, John Edward (AC 1836), New York City, N.Y., to Charles C.P. Burnap, Andover, Mass.
1838 Mar 1

Box 2: folder 54
Farwell, John Edward (AC 1836). Five letters to Henry Sherman Farwell.
1843-1844

Box 2: folder 55
Fassit, Robert Farris (AC 1836). Oration: "The Copyright Law."
1836

Box 8: folder 2
Field, Caleb Clesson (AC 1833), Amherst College, to Elijah Stratton, Brunswick, Me.
1833 Apr 17

Box 2: folder 3
Field, Caleb Clesson (AC 1833).Oration: "Political Ambition."
1833 Aug

Box 7: folder 7
Field, Levi Alpheus (AC 1846). Oration: "Old EnglishWrithers."
1. Aaron Warner
1846

Box 5: folder 11
Field, Justin (AC 1835) Oration: "Influence of the Passions on the Judgment."
1835

Box 8: folder 1
Field, Thomas Power (AC 1834). Three letters from J.A. Putnam (South Danvers), Heman Humphrey (Amherst College), and Edward Strong Dwight (Hadley).
1. Missionaries - American Colonization Society
1837-1877

Box 2: folder 21
Field, Thomas Power (AC 1834), to William S. Tyler, Amherst College. Two letters.
1840-1864

Box 2: folder 19
Field, Thomas Power (AC 1834), Amherst, Mass., to Anson D. Morse, n.p.
1888 Nov 5

Box 2: folder 20
Finch, P.V. A tribute to the memory of Lewis Green.
1887 Aug 7

Box 4: folder 52
Fisher, Ezra (AC 1828), Oregon City, to Rev. Asa Bullard, Boston, Mass.
1853 Jun 11

Box 1: folder 24
Fisher, George Elisha (AC 1846). Oration: "The Right and the Wrong in Reform."
1. Nathan W. Fiske
1846 Jul

Box 5: folder 13
Fisher, George Elisha (AC 1846), North Amherst, Mass., to William Austin Dickinson, Amherst, Mass.
ca. 1873 May 23

Box 5: folder 12
Fisher, George Elisha (AC 1846), South Hadley Falls, Mass., to unknown, n.p.
1875 Jul 16

Box 5: folder 39
Fisher, George Elisha (AC 1846), South Hadley Falls, to Joseph Knowlton Chickering, [Amherst, Mass.]
1879 Oct 20

Box 5: folder 38
Fisher, Nathaniel. (AC 1826) with Levi Pratt. Disputation: "Is the Golden Age of Literature Past?"
1826

Box 7: folder 1
Fisher, Milton Metcalf (AC non-grad 1836). Diary.
1. Religion
1832-1833

Box 3: folder 5
Fisher, Milton Metcalf (AC non-grad 1836), Medway, to A. E. Alvord, n.p.
1. Edward Hitchcock
1893 Jan 30

Box 3: folder 3
Fisher, Milton Metcalf (AC non-grad 1836), Medway, to Ephraim Lincoln Wood, Amherst, Mass.
1. Alden Ebenezer 2. Nathan Allen 3.U.S. Civil War 4. John Sawyer 5. Slavery
1900 Dec 28

Box 3: folder 4
Fisk, Pliny (AC 1840). Oration: "Integrity in a Statesman Necessary to his Success."
1840 Aug 26

Box 3: folder 72
Fiske, Daniel Taggart (AC 1842). Oration: "The Sources of Democratic Principles Dependant on Religion."
1. William C. Fowler
1842 Jul

Box 4: folder 18
Fiske, Samuel (AC 1848). "Oratio Salutatoria a Fiske."
1. Aaron Fiske 2. A.D. Gridley
1848 Aug 10

Box 5: folder 88
Fiske, Samuel (AC 1848), Camp near Falmouth," Va., to Elizabeth L. Fiske, n.p.
1. U.S. Civil War
1863 Apr 27

Box 5: folder 87
Fitts, Hervey (AC 1826). Commencement address in Latin.
1826

Box 7: folder 1
Fitts, Hervey (AC 1826). Commencement address in Latin. Copy by C. H. Toll.
1826

Box 1: folder 13
Flagg, Horatio (AC 1825). Results of the Committee of the Ecclesiastical Council in Halifax, Vt., responsible for arbitration of a dispute in the church.
1844 Dec 26

Box 1: folder 4
Fleming, Louis Isadore (AC 1847). Oration: "Political Integrity."
1. Aaron Warner 2. William B. Calhoun
1847 Aug 12

Box 5: folder 51
Fletcher, Joel White (AC 1838). Oration: "Our Early Colonial History Considered as a Theme for the Poet."
1838

Box 8: folder 4
Fletcher, Samuel Mark (AC 1846). Oration on the Principles of Natural Science.
1.Ebenezer S. Snell
1846 Aug 13

Box 5: folder 14
Fletcher, Samuel Mark (AC 1846), Chicago, Ill., to unknown.
1. U.S. Civil War 2. Daniel Emerson Barnard
1869 Sep 24

Box 5: folder 40
Fobes, Ephraim (AC 1830). Described in a letter by Ebenezer P. Dyer (AC 1833).
1830 Feb 19

Box 2: folder 6
Fobes, Ephraim (AC 1830). Oration: "Influence of the Benevolent Efforts of the Age upon the Character of Literature."
1830

Box 7: folder 4
Fobes, William Allen (AC 1848). Oration: "Aristocracy in Science."
1. Aaron Warner
1848 Aug 10

Box 5: folder 90
Fobes, William Allen (AC 1848), Worcester, Mass., to unknown.
n.d.

Box 6: folder 6
Fobes, William Allen (AC 1848), Lake View, Mass., to Francis Augustine Howe (AC 1848), n.p.
1893 Jun 23

Box 5: folder 89
Forbes, Franklin (AC 1833). Oration: "American Enterprise."
1833 Aug

Box 7: folder 7
Fosdick, David (AC 1831). Oration: "Du patronage des homes de genie."
1831 Aug

Box 7: folder 5
Foster, Andrew Butler (AC 1840). Oration: "The Controversies of Literary Success."
ca. 1840 Aug 26

Box 3: folder 73
Foster, Benjamin Franklin (AC 1829), Dummerston, Vt., to Mr. Ward, n.p.
1.Amherst College - Alexandrian prize.
1856 Jan 30

Box 1: folder 29
Fowler, Orson Squire (AC 1834). Oration: "Temptation - Its Influence on Guilt." Copy in Box 7, Folder 8.
1834 Aug 27

Box 2: folder 23
Frost, James Henry Paine (AC 1846).
1. Martin Luther 2. Aaron Warner
ca. 1846

Box 5: folder 15
Frost, James Henry Paine (AC 1846), Danville, Pa., to Edward Payson Crowell, [Amherst, Mass.]
1873 Jul 20

Box 5: folder 41
Gale, Nahum (AC 1837). Dissertation: "Natural Science Favorable to Poetry."
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Gates, Charles Henry (AC 1847). Poem: "The Battle Scene."
1847 Aug 12

Box 5: folder 52
Gay, Joshua Sanders (AC 1841). Essay: "The HebrewTheology."
1. Heman Humphrey
1841 Jul 16

Box 3: folder 88
Gaylord, Martin L. (AC 1848), Easthampton, Mass., to his brother Patrick, n.p.
1893 June 12

Box 6: folder 7
Gibbons, Lyman (AC 1832). "A Philosophical Oration: "The Analogy between the Phenomena of the Understanding and the Imagination..."
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Gillett, Edward Bates (AC 1839). Five letters to E. B. Gillett from friends.
1. H.G.D. Forest 2. R.H. Martin 3. Simeon Miller 4. F.W. Sylvester 5. J. White
1872-1877

Box 3: folder 48
Gillett, Edward Bates (AC 1839), n.p., to [William Austin] Dickinson, [Amherst, Mass.]
ca. 1875 Apr 25

Box 3: folder 47
Goffe, Joseph Jr. (AC 1826). Dissertation: "Poems and Genius of Chatterton."
1826

Box 7: folder 1
Goddard, Charles Grosvenor (AC 1841). Oration: "The Responsibilities of Eminent Writers."
1. William G. Fowler
1841 Jul 16

Box 3: folder 89
Goddard, George Grosvenor (AC 1841). Letter from Jordan, Weeks & Co., Boston, Mass.
1.Amherst College - Athenian Society
1840 Jul 11

Box 3: folder 90
Goodale, Alfred S., Amherst College, to City Clerk, Putnam, Conn., requesting date of death of Daniel Bacon Plimpton (Ac non-grad 1846).
1916 Aug 1

Box 5: folder 33
Goodale, George W. (AC 1848). Letters to his classmates and to Prof. E. P. Crowell
1872-1893

Box 6: folder 8
Goodale, Montgomery Smith (AC 1834), Amsterdam, to William S. Tyler, n.p.
1864 Mar 4

Box 2: folder 24
Goodale, Montgomery Smith (AC 1834). Essay: "Excitement."
1834 Aug

Box 7: folder 8
Goodell, W. Pera, [Turkey?], to Edwin Elisha Bliss (AC 1837), Trebizond, Turkey.
1. Missionaries
1844 Oct 5

Box 3: folder 13
Goodnow, Charles Warren (AC 1838). Oration: "Substitution of Policy for Principle - Its Influence in the Administration of a Free Government."
1838

Box 8: folder 4
Goodwin, Allyn, N.P., to William B. Hammond (AC 1840).
1839 Nov 21

Box 3: folder 75
Graham, Frederick Ridgely (AC 1847). "The Individual, His Relationship to Himself and His Race."
1. Aaron Warner
1847 Aug 12

Box 5: folder 53
Graham, Frederick Ridgely (AC 1847), Woodbury, N.J., to [William Seymour Tyler], Amherst, Mass.
1850 Aug 2

Box 5: folder 54
Gray, Alonzo (AC 1834), Townshend, Vt., to Heman Humphrey, Amherst College; about efforts to obtain funds for an "Agricultural Professorship."
1. Amherst College - Trustees
1844 Oct 10

Box 2: folder 25
Gray, Alonzo (AC 1834). Disputation with J.P. Terry: "Is Phrenology Entitled to Special Attention from Its Practical Utility?"
1834 Aug

Box 7: folder 8
Green, James (AC 1837), Indianapolis, Ind., to Lewis Franklin Clark, n.p.
1. Robert Stevens Hitchcock 2. U.S. Civil War
1863 Jan 22

Box 3: folder 20
Green, James (AC 1837), Indianapolis, Ind., to William S. Tyler, Amherst College.
1. J.H. Ninon
1865 May 9

Box 3: folder 18
Green, James (AC 1837), Indianapolis, Ind., to his classmates.
1867 Jun 29

Box 3: folder 19
Green, James (AC 1837). Poem for the commencement.
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Green, Lewis (AC 1844). "Valedictory 1844, Rough Draft."
1844 Aug 8

Box 4: folder 48
Green, Lewis (AC 1844). "A Prayer before Sermon Writing."
1. Heman Humphrey
ca. 1850

Box 4: folder 51
Green, Lewis (AC 1844). Letter to his son.
1876 Dec 6

Box 4: folder 49
Green, Lewis (AC 1844), Greenfield, Mass., to Edward B. Marsh, n.p.
1885 Feb 4

Box 4: folder 50
Gregg, Thomas Douglas. (AC 1828) Salutatoty in Latin.
1828

Box 7: folder 3
Grey, Philander (AC non-grad 1824). Notes on classmates.
1. Seth Burroughs (AC 1824) 2. Joseph A. Hale (AC 1824) 3. Abel Packard (AC 1824)
n.d.

Box 1: folder 2
Grout, Aldin (AC 1831), Springfield, Mass., to Prof. and Mrs. Edward Hitchcock, Amherst College.
1877 Jul 17

Box 1: folder 45
Grow, Galusha Aaron (AC 1844). Oration: "Moral Mobocracy."
1. Aaron Warner 2. Nathan W. Fiske
1844 Aug 8

Box 4: folder 53
Grow, Galusha Aaron (AC 1844), Washington, D.C., to unknown, n.p.
1854 Jul 8

Box 4: folder 55
Grow, Galusha Aaron (AC 1844), Philadelphia, Pa., to George R. Cutting (AC 1871), Amherst College.
1. Amherst College - Literary Societies
1851 May 3

Box 4: folder 54
Grow, Galusha Aaron (AC 1844), New York, N.Y., to [Messrs. Warfel and Giest].
1894 Jan 19

Box 4: folder 80
Hackett, Horatio Balch (AC 1830). Four letters to classmates.
1863-1871

Box 1: folder 35
Hackett, Horatio Balch (AC 1830). Valedictory: "Effects of the Diffusion of Knowledge on Our Literature."
1830 Aug 25

Box 7: folder 4
Hall, Job (AC 1830). Discussion: "Napoleon and the English."
1830

Box 7: folder 4
Hall, Job (AC 1830), Orwell, Vt., to Prof. William S. Tyler, Amherst College.
1852 Jan 20

Box 1: folder 36
Hall, William (AC 1832). Disputation with Samuel Miles Hopkins: "Are Capital Punishments Justifiable?"
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Hammond, William Blakenship (AC 1840). Oration: "The Language of Nature Addressed to Scholars."
1840

Box 3: folder 74
Hardy, Seth (AC 1832). Discussion: "That the Prevailing Spirit of Infidelity is calculated to Retard the Progress of Benevolent Enterprise."
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Harrington, Eli Whitney (AC 1833), Rochester, to William S. Tyler, Amherst College. Two letters.
1. Charles Parks Rugg
1852-1853

Box 2: folder 4
Harwood, Abel (AC 1841), Amherst College, to his brother.
1. Ebenezer S. Snell
ca. 1838

Box 4: folder 1
Haskell, William Learned (AC 1846), n.p., to Edward Payson Crowell, [Amherst, Mass.]
1875 May 1

Box 5: folder 42
Haven, Joseph (AC 1835). Essays on German literature, German public libraries, conversation, fashion, "The Poet and the Orator," and "A legend of New England."
1. Jonathan B. Condit 2. Nathan W. Fiske
ca. 1834

Box 2: folder 34
Haven, Joseph (AC 1835). Oration: "Sources of Superstition."
1835 Aug

Box 8: folder 1
Haven, Samuel Foster. (AC 1826). Poem: "Vicissitude."
1826

Box 7: folder 1
Hawks, John (AC 1847). Oration: "Economy in the Unequal Distribution of Talent."
1.Aaron Warner
1847 Aug 12

Box 5: folder 56
Hawley, W. A., Northampton, Mass., to William Young (AC 1842), Amherst, Mass.
1. Amherst College - Athenian Society 2. Hampshire Gazette
1841 Feb 9

Box 2: folder 4
Hebard, Story (AC 1828), Amherst College, to John Hebard, Lebanon, N.H. Eighteen letters.
1824-1831

Box 1: folder 26
Hebard, Story (AC 1828). Oration: "The Temperature of the Interior [sic] of the Earth."
1828 Aug 27

Box 1: folder 25
Henshaw, Marshall (AC 1845), Amherst College, to Jason Torrey, Honesdale, Pa.
1. William Seymour Tyler
1844 Feb 10

Box 4: folder 78
Henshaw, Marshall (AC 1845). "Oratio Salutatoria."
1845 Aug 11

Box 4: folder 76
Henshaw, Marshall (AC 1845), Byfield, Mass., to [William Seymour Tyler], Amherst College.
1859 Sep 3

Box 4: folder 77
Henshaw, Marshall (AC 1845), New Brunswick, [N.J.], to William Seymour Tyler, Amherst, Mass.
1863 Apr 28

Box 4: folder 81
Henshaw, Marshall (AC 1845), New Brunswick, [N.J.], to Samuel Williston, n.p. Two letters.
1863-1865

Box 4: folder 82
Henshaw, Marshall (AC 1845), Easthampton, Mass., to Anson D. Morse, n.p.
1875 Jun 26

Box 4: folder 79
Hibben, James (AC 1846). Oration: "Fancy."
1. Aaron Warner 2. Nathan W. Fiske
1846 Aug 13

Box 5: folder 16
Hitchcock, Daniel Dwight (AC 1844). Essay: "Social Crystallization."
1. Edward Hitchcock
ca. 1844

Box 4: folder 56
Hitchcock, Edward, Amherst, Mass., to John S. Lee. Two letters.
1845-1848

Box 4: folder 84
Hitchcock, Edward, Amherst, Mass., to Francis P. Colton, Amherst. Mass. Letter of recommendation.
1845 Aug 11

Box 4: folder 75
Hitchcock, Edward, Amherst, Mass., to Jerome R. Brigham, n.p.
1856 Dec 26

Box 4: folder 67
Hitchcock, Robert Stevens (AC 1837), Lexington, Ky., to Edward P. Crowell, Amherst, Mass.
1. U.S. Civil War
1871 May 10

Box 3: folder 21
Hitchcock, Roswell Dwight (AC 1836). Oration: "The Home of Genius."
1836

Box 8: folder 2
Hitchings, Benjamin Gardner (AC 1832). Oration: "Brown's Analysis of Memory."
1832 Aug

Box 7: folder 6
Holt, Edmund Dayer (AC 1846). Oration: "Can the Drama be Made Subservient to Moral and Intellectual Cultivation?"
1. Aaron Warner 2. Nathan W. Fiske
1846

Box 5: folder 17
Homes, Henry Augustus (AC 1830), Albany, N.Y. to William S. Tyler.
1880 Jan 24

Box 1: folder 37
Homes, Henry Augustus (AC 1830). Oration: "Temperament of Genius."
1830 Aug 22

Box 7: folder 4
Homer, William Bradford (AC 1836). Valedictory: "The Immortality of Mental Influence."
1836

Box 8: folder 2
Houston, John Frederick (AC 1832). "Mental Effort," marked "composition of J.F. sent to old aunt;" essay: "Romantic Fiction."
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Howard, Chauncey (AC 1835). Oration: "Veneration for Old Institutions."
1835 Aug

Box 8: folder 1
Howard, Joseph (AC, 1827). "The Importance of History."
ca. 1828

Box 1: folder 18
Howe, Francis (AC 1848), Eastondale, Mass., to Prof. J.M. Tyler, Amherst College.
1900 June 22

Box 6: folder 9
Howe, Francis (AC 1848). Five letters.
1844-1894

Box 6: folder 10
Howe, Nathaniel Saltonstall, Washington D.C., to William Lewis Montague, Amherst College.
1879 Nov 5

Box 2: folder 44
Howland, Freeman Parker (AC 1824), Abington, Mass., to Rev. Theophilus Packard, n.p.
1882 Dec 26

Box 1: folder 3
Howland, Walter Morton (AC 1863), Chicago, Ill., to William [Howland?], n.p.
1. John Andrew Thompson (AC non-grad 1846)
1878 Oct 29

Box 5: folder 35
Howland, William (AC 1846). Essay in Latin.
1. William Seymour Tyler
1846 Aug 13

Box 5: folder 18
Howland, William (AC 1846), Lynn, Mass., to Havilah Mowry Sprague, Amherst, Mass.
1. Amherst College - Alexandrian Society
1858 Apr 2

Box 5: folder 20
Howland, William (AC 1846), Lynn, Mass., to William Lewis Montague, Amherst, Mass.
1877 Mar 5

Box 5: folder 19
Howland, William (AC 1846), Lynn, Mass., to Joseph Knowlton Chickering, Amherst, Mass.
1878 May 6

Box 5: folder 36
Humphrey, Hosea Daton (AC 1833). Disputation: "Which is the Most Injurious to a Good Cause - Indiscretion of Friends or the hostility of enemies?"
1833 Aug

Box 7: folder 7
Humphrey, James (AC 1831), New York, to Elisha Rodolphus Sprague, Amherst College.
1. Amherst College - Athenian Society
1839 Feb 9

Box 1: folder 46
Humphrey, James (AC 1839). Oration: "Study of the Incomprehensible."
1835

Box 8: folder 1
Humphrey, Leonard (AC 1846), Amherst Academy, to the President of Amherst College. Note about Justus Smith (AC 1851) and Horace Smith (AC 1851).
1847 Aug 10

Box 6: folder 11
Humphrey, Louisa E., East Weymouth, Mass., to Arthur S. Pease, Amherst, Mass.
1930 Apr 21

Box 5: folder 21
Humphrey, Zephaniah Moore (AC 1843), Pittsfield, Mass., to William Seymour Tyler, Amherst, Mass.
1861 Apr 5

Box 4: folder 27
Humphreys, George (AC 1835), Amherst College, to the Female Reading Society, n.p.
1834 Jul 18

Box 6: folder 12
Hunt, S. (AC 1832). Literary disquisition: "The Philosophy of a Fashionable Literature."
1832 Aug

Box 7: folder 6
Huntting, Samuel (AC 1844). "The Power of Terms - Philosophical Oration."
1. Aaron Warner 2. Nathan W. Fiske
1844 Aug 8

Box 4: folder 57
Hutchins, Waldo (AC 1842). Invitation addressed to Edward Bates Gillett, n.p.
1872 Feb

Box 4: folder 19
Hutchinson, Sylvander (AC 1836). Disputation: "Infidelity and War - Their Comparative Influence on Benevolent Enterprise."
1836

Box 8: folder 2
Ide, Jacob (AC 1848), Mansfield, to his brother Patrick, n.p., and note from S.T.M. Spofford (n.d.).
1893 Jun 21

Box 6: folder 13
Ingram, Solomon Boltwood (AC 1831), Southampton, L.I., to his father, Zacheus C. Ingram, n.p.
1832 Oct 30

Box 1: folder 48
Ingram, Solomon Boltwood (AC 1831). Sermon on Luke 15:18, 19.
1837-1839

Box 1: folder 47
Jackson, Arthur Harper (AC 1846). Essay on psychology.
1. Aaron Warner 2. Nathan W. Fiske
1846

Box 5: folder 22
Janes, Justus Lyman (AC 1835). Essay: "Poetry as Affected by Christianity."
1835

Box 8: folder 1
Jenkins, Abraham (AC 1838), Amherst College, to Loring Johnson, Georgetown, Delaware.
1. Edward Hitchcock 2. R.W. Haskins 3. George E. Hayes 4. Benjamin Silliman 5. C.T. Jackson
1838 Dec 21

Box 3: folder 32
Jenkins, Abraham (AC 1838), Amherst College, to his father.
1833 Mar 24

Box 6: folder 14
Jenkins, Abraham (AC 1838). "Ethiopia Shall Soon Stretch Out Her Hands to God." "The Influence of Revolutions and Wars on Literature, the Arts and Sciences." "The Conversion of the World." "Africa," a poem."To S.," a letter. "Thoughts on Our Savior's Agony in Gethsemane." "The unhallowed Marriage." "Thoughts on the Redemption of Man." "A Word for the Indians." "Is the Obligation Greater to Become a Foreign Than a Domestic Missionary? Affirmative." "Early Recollections: the Death of a Sister." "On the Death of a Sister." "A Voice from the Indians at the West." "And Isaac Went Out to meditate in the Field at the Eventide." "The Seaman's Appeal," a poem.
1833-1842

Box 8: folder 4
Johnson, Obadiah Meeker (AC 1832). Oration: "Pacific Principles."
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Johnson, Stephen. Jr. (AC 1827) Dissertation: "Moral Effect of History."
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Johnston, William M. (AC 1827). "The Comparative Interest of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America."
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Jordan, Weeks & Co., Boston, Mass., to George Barrows (AC 1840), Amherst College.
1838 Dec 28

Box 3: folder 63
Kellogg, Ensign Hosmer. (AC 1836). Oration: "Intellectual Exertion Under American Influences."
1836

Box 8: folder 2
Kellogg, Loyal Case. (AC 1836). Oration: "The Mutability of National Characteristics."
1836

Box 8: folder 2
Kellogg, Loyal Case. (AC 1836). Oration: "Taste."
1835 Nov

Box 8: folder 2
Kendall, John Ballard (AC 1827). Oration: "National Feeling."
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Kendall, John Ballard (AC 1827), Eckford, Michigan, to Edward Payson Crowell, n.p.
1. Amherst College - Trustees
1875 May 10

Box 1: folder 19
Kidder, John Summer (AC 1839), Hopkins, Mich., to classmates, [Amherst College].
1879 Jun 25

Box 3: folder 50
Kidder, Corbin. (AC 1828). Poem: "Confusion of Tongues."
1828

Box 7: folder 3
Kingsbury, Enoch. (AC 1827). Oration: "On Truth."
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Kirkland, Edward. (AC 1831) Discussion (untitled).
1831

Box 7: folder 5
Kittredge, Hosea (AC 1828). Oration: "Internal Improvement."
1828

Box 7: folder 3
Kittredge, Hosea (AC 1828), Mason, Mich., to Asa Bullard.
1868 Jun 29

Box 1: folder 27
Larkin, Lyman Beecher (AC 1835), Ballston Spa, N.Y., to Edward Payson Crowell, Amherst College. Two letters.
1. Henry Ward Beecher
1881

Box 2: folder 35
Leavitt, Jonathan (AC 1825), Cornish, to Jacob Abbott, Amherst College.
1828 Jul 15

Box 1: folder 5
Lefavour, Isaachar (AC 1842). Two autobiographical sketches.
1. Gorham Rebellion, 1836 2. John M. Tyler
1902 Aug 26

Box 4: folder 20
Leonard, Hartford Pratt (AC non-grad 1846), to. Carver, Mass., to [William L.] Montague, [Amherst, Mass.]
1879 Dec 5

Box 5: folder 31
Littel, E., Philadelphia, Pa. to Alfred Wright (AC 1827), Amherst, Mass.
1832? Nov 19

Box 1: folder 20
Lombard, Otis. (AC 1834). Disquisition: "The Propriety of Appeals to the Passions."
1834 Aug

Box 7: folder 8
Long, Josiah Holloway (AC 1845), Marion, Ala., to Mr. and Mrs. William Seymour Tyler. Six letters.
1. Slavery
1845-1847

Box 4: folder 85
Lord, Chester (AC 1831).Oration: "Literary Influence of the Various Systems of Religious Belief."
1831 Jul

Box 7: folder 5
Lord, Charles (AC 1838), Madison, Wis., to William W. Fowler, Amherst College.
1. Amherst College - Alexandrian Society
1853 Aug 5

Box 3: folder 34
Lord, Nathan Lyndes (AC 1837), Plymouth Marshall County, Ind., to William S. Tyler, Amherst College.
1852 Feb 28

Box 3: folder 22
Lord, Otis Phillips (AC 1832). Oration: "The Destiny of Human Knowledge."
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Lothrop, Henry Tisdale (AC 1844). Essay on civil government.
1. Aaron Warner 2. William B. Calhoun
1844 Aug 6

Box 4: folder 58
Lothrop, Edwin Howard (AC 1828) Essay: "On the effect of Active Benevolence on Individual Character."
1828

Box 7: folder 3
Lyman, Giles. (AC 1827). Oration: "National Feeling."
1827 Aug 22

Box 7: folder 2
Lyman, George (AC 1837). Disquisition: "Premature Development of Mind."
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Lyman, Timothy (AC 1844). Oration: "Individuality."
1. Aaron Warner 2. Nathan W. Fiske
1844 Aug 8

Box 4: folder 59
Manton, Daniel Eddy (AC 1831). Oration: "The Reciprocal Influence of Science and Religion; Has It Been Beneficial?"
1831 Aug 31

Box 7: folder 5
Mallet, John Williams, Dublin, to William Smith Clark (AC 1848), [Göttingen, Germany].
1852 Mar 1

Box 5: folder 79
Mann, Asa (AC 1838), Hardwick, Mass., to William S. Tyler, Amherst College.
1851 Jul 3

Box 3: folder 35
[Manross, Newton Spaulding], Amherst, Mass., to William [Smith Clark] (AC 1848), n.p.
1. U.S. Civil War-Cannon 2. Frazar Stearns
1862 Apr 20

Box 5: folder 72
March, Francis Andrew (AC 1845). Essay on the spirit of Lord Bacon's Philosophy.
ca. 1845

Box 5: folder 1
March, Francis Andrew (AC 1845). Oration: "God in Science."
1. Aaron Fowler 2. [Emily Fowler] Ford
1845

Box 4: folder 86
March, Francis Andrew (AC 1845), n.p., to John C. Merrill, Amherst, Mass.
ca. 1850

Box 4: folder 89
March, Francis Andrew (AC 1845), Easton, Pa., to Jerome R. Brigham, Milwaudee, Winsc. Sixteen letters.
1. Higher Education 2. Slavery 3. Stephen A. Douglas 4. Abraham Lincoln
1857-1876

Box 4: folder 70
March, Francis Andrew (AC 1845), Easton, Pa., to William Seymour Tyler, Amherst, Mass.
1857 Dec 7

Box 4: folder 88
March, Francis Andrew (AC 1845). Report of the Committee of Examiners to the Trustees of Amherst College.
1860

Box 4: folder 87
Marsh, John, Southbridge, Mass., to Lucius Manlius Boltwood, Amherst, Mass.
1861 June 18

Box 5: folder 58
Marsh, Ormond Blynn (AC 1847). Oration: "The Change from Superstition to Skepticism."
1. Aaron Warner
1847 Aug 12

Box 5: folder 57
Marsh, Thankful, Southbridge, Mass., to Lucius Manlius Boltwood, Amherst, Mass., with addendum written and signed by John Marsh.
1861 Jun 25/26

Box 5: folder 59
Marsh, Wolcott (AC 1836). Dissertation: "Blind Admiration of Original Genius."
1836 Aug

Box 8: folder 2
Marshall, Jonathan Bryant (AC 1838). Oration: "The Platonic and Baconian Systems Compared."
1838

Box 8: folder 4
Maynard, Eli (AC non-grad 1841), Potsdam, N.Y., to Asa D. Lord, Kirtland, Ohio. Extracts by unknown person.
1838 Jul 9

Box 4: folder 9
Maynard, Horace (AC 1838), Washington, D.C., to Edward P. Crowell, Amherst, Mass.
1. U.S. Congress 2. Edward Maynard 3. U.S. Civil War
1869 Dec 6

Box 3: folder 36
Maynard, Horace (AC 1838). Valedictory: "Pleasures of a Literary Life."
1838

Box 8: folder 4
McKinney, Sabin (AC 1841). Essay: "The Free Banking System," with a note added by William C. Fowler.
1841 Jul

Box 4: folder 3
McKinney, Sabin (AC 1841), Binghamton, N.Y., to Sidney Brooks, Chatham, Mass.
1842 Jul 20

Box 3: folder 84
Merrick, James Lyman (AC 1830). Partial transcriptions by Frank Cary of correspondence between Rev. Merrick and anofficer of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, concerning Rev. Merrick's work in Persia.
1.Missionaries
1844-1846

Box 1: folder 38
Merrick, James Lyman (AC 1830). Dissertation: "The Advancement of Mind."
1830 Aug 25

Box 7: folder 4
Miller, Robert D. (AC 1848). "Fast Day Sermon", delivered at Peru, VT.
1861 April 4

Box 6: folder 15
Miller, Robert D. (AC 1848), Malden, Maplewood District, Mass., to his classmates. Two letters.
1893

Box 6: folder 16
Miller, Robert D. (AC 1848). Annotated copy of the pamphlet "D.J. Flanders to Malden Voters."
n.d.

Box 6: folder 17
Miller, Thomas Spencer (AC 1839), Amherst College, to his family, n.p. Six letters.
1. Daniel Frost 2. Ebenezer S. Snell 3. Samuel S. Miller 4. Rev. Moses Miller 5. Bethial Miller
1835-1842

Box 3: folder 51
Miller, Thomas Spencer (AC 1839), Amherst College, to his parents.
1895 Oct 10

Box 6: folder 18
Miller, Thomas Spencer (AC 1839). Oratio Salutatory.
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Millett, Stephen Caldwell (AC 1830). Dissertation: "Prison Discipline Reform."
1830 Jul 20

Box 7: folder 4
Montgomery, Alexander (AC 1837). Untitled oration.
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Moody, Plinius (AC 1845), Dunkirk, N.Y., to William Seymour Tyler, Amherst, Mass.
1853 Mar 19

Box 4: folder 90
Morris, Henry (AC 1832). Discussion: "The Qualifications and Influence of the Man of Letters and the Statesman in our Country. Qualifications and Influence of the American Statesman."
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Morse, Humphrey (AC 1834), Amherst College, to Humphrey Morse (uncle), Hampstead, N.H.
1831 Aug 31

Box 2: folder 26
Morse, Humphrey (AC 1834). Essay: "The Warrior and the Philantropist."
1834

Box 7: folder 8
Neill, Henry (AC 1834), Pittsfield, Mass., to [John Alonzo Seymour], Enfield, Mass.
1866? Dec 4

Box 2: folder 27
Nelson, Ephraim Robbins (AC 1830). Oration: "Progress and Prospects of Human Society."
1830

Box 7: folder 4
Newhall, George Harrison (AC 1845), Amherst, Mass., to Frederick Woods et al, n.p. Two letters.
1840 Aug

Box 5: folder 2
Newhall, George Harrison (AC 1845), Walpole, Mass., to Professor[?]
1. Lucius Manlius Boltwood
1852 Sep 10

Box 5: folder 3
Nichols, Washington Adams (AC 1834). Discussion with William Graves Williams: "Facts and Fiction as a Medium of Influence."
1834 Aug

Box 7: folder 8
Niles, Mark Haskell (AC 1830). The Phenomena of Memory."
1830 Aug 25

Box 7: folder 4
Noyes, Gurdon Wheeler (AC 1846). Oration: "Individuality."
1. Aaron Warner 2. Nathan W. Fiske
1846 Aug 13

Box 5: folder 23
Noyes, Joseph Thomas (AC 1845), Madison, Wisc., to Jerome R. Brigham, Portland, Me.
1857 Oct 8

Box 4: folder 68
Oliphant, David Sewell (AC 1836), Wells, to Alfred B. Ely, Amherst College. Mention of the death of David Rowell C. (AC 1836).
1. Austin Isham
1836 Apr 21

Box 2: folder 56
Osgood, Edward Shirburne (AC 1844). "Party Spirit not Inconsistent with Patriotism.
1. Aaron Warner 2. William B. Calhoun
1844 Aug 8

Box 4: folder 60
Packard, Abel Kingman (AC 1845), Greely and Highland Lake, Colo., to Jerome R. Brigham. Twenty-two letters.
1. Lucy M. Packard
1876-1888

Box 4: folder 71
Paine, William Pomeroy. (AC 1827) Philosophical oration: "The phenomena of the Heavens as Affecting the Mind."
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Palmer, Albert Ripley (AC 1839). Oration: "Political Excitement Favorable to the Development of Genius."
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Parker, Henry Webster (AC 1843), Flushing, N.Y., to John Mason Tyler (AC 1873), Amherst, Mass.
1. Amherst College - History 2. Local History 3. Helen Fiske
1900 Jun 9

Box 4: folder 28
Parker, James Otis (AC 1834), Shirley, Mass. To Franklin Dodge, Amherst College.
1834 Jul 22

Box 2: folder 28
Parker, Melzar (AC 1838). Oration: "Mistery?"
1838

Box 8: folder 4
Parker, Samuel Junius (AC 1841), Ithaca, N.Y., to his classmates.
1891 Jun 19

Box 4: folder 4
Parker, Stillman Edward (AC non-grad 1845), Amherst College, Mass., to Ellen?, n.p.
1841 Oct 31

Box 5: folder 8
Parsons, Benjamin Booth (AC 1835). Discussion with Pomeroy, Lemuel: "Popular Riots, Their Influence Upon the Community."
1835 Aug

Box 8: folder 1
Patrick, Henry J. (AC 1848). Letter and postcard.
1893-1909

Box 6: folder 19
Patridge, Samuel Dwight. (AC 1827). Oration: "The Influence of Government Upon Literature."
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Payson, Thomas Elliot (AC 1834). Oration: "American Patriotism."
1834 Aug

Box 7: folder 8
Peabody, John Q. (AC 1848), Meeting House Green, Ipswich, to his classmates.
1893 Jun 19

Box 6: folder 20
Peabody, William Augustus (AC 1835). Oration: "The Defects of Ethical Systems."
1835 Aug

Box 8: folder 1
Perkins, Ariel Ebenezer Parish (AC 1840). Oration: "Association of ideas as contributing to present enjoyments."
1840 Aug 26

Box 3: folder 76
Perkins, Justin (AC 1829). Unkown, Philadelphia, Pa., to Rev. Justin Perkins, D.D., n.p.
1. Slavery
1863 Dec 20

Box 1: folder 30
Pierce, Asa Clinton (AC 1843). Essay: "The Dependence of Philosophy upon the Progress of Civil Liberties Exemplified in the Revolutions of the 16th and 17th Centuries."
1. Nathan W. Fiske
1843

Box 4: folder 29
Pierce, Edwin Willard (AC 1838), Amherst College, to Mrs. M.R. Dean (his sister), Newburyport, Mass.
1. Slavery
1837 Jul 24

Box 3: folder 37
Pitkin, Frederick Hyde (AC 1840). "Dispute: Is Elizabeth of England Censurable for the Treatment of Mary Queen of Scots? Affirmative."
1840 Aug 26

Box 3: folder 77
Plimpton, Alfred M., Southbridge, Mass., to Alfred S. Goodale, Amherst, Mass.
1916 Jul 28

Box 5: folder 32
Plimpton, Salem Marsh (AC 1846). Oration: "Real Life."
1. Aaron Warner
1846 Aug 13

Box 5: folder 25
Plimpton, Stanley W., Southbridge, Mass., to unknown, n. p., giving biographical information on Daniel Bacon Plimpton (AC non-grad 1846).
1916 Aug 1

Box 5: folder 34
Pomeroy, Isaac (AC 1848), Ashland, Mass., to Prof. E. P. Crowell, n.p.
1881 Mar 2

Box 6: folder 21
Poor, Daniel Warren (AC 1837), Philadelphia, Pa., to unknown, n.p.
1883 Sep 12

Box 3: folder 23
Powers, Philander Oliver (AC 1830), to Rev. William S. Tyler, Amherst College. Two letters.
1. Missionaries
1839-1852

Box 1: folder 39
Powers, Philander Oliver (AC 1830). Disputation with Benjamin Schneider: "Has Enthusiasm or Genius Contributed More to the Advancement of Science and Literature?"
1830

Box 7: folder 4
Pratt, Caroline Drury. Correspondence with her sister Almira Drury.
1822-1858

Box 6: folder 22
Pratt, Caroline Drury. Correspondence with her cousin Clarissa Cary.
1821-1838

Box 6: folder 23
Pratt, Caroline Drury. Correspondence with her cousin Elisa Cannon.
1826-1891

Box 6: folder 24
Pratt, Caroline Drury. Twenty-four letters.
1822-1847

Box 6: folder 25
Pratt, George Cooley (AC non-grad 1836), St. Louis, to Julius Hawley Seelye, Amherst, Mass.
1879 Apr 11

Box 3: folder 2
Preston, James Willard (AC 1839). Oration: "The Independent Statesman."
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Pritchett, Edward Corrie. Disputation with James C. Bryant: "Is Influence of Severe or Commendatory Criticism Favorable to Literature?"
ca. 1835

Box 2: folder 57
Ray, John Wainwright (AC 1839). Oration: "The Inspiration of a Good Cause."
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Raynor, James W. (AC 1848), Brooklyn, N.Y., to Prof. W.S. Tyler, Amherst College.
1851 Aug 11

Box 6: folder 26
Read, Hanson L. (AC 1848), Amherst College, to his brother James Rolfe, Lowell, Mass.
1846 Feb 7

Box 6: folder 27
Reed, William Barrett (AC 1837). Oration: "The Influence of Natural on Moral Science."
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Reid, William Shields (AC 1833) Disquisition; untitled but in substance: the progress of society and its influence on imaginative literature.
1833 Aug

Box 7: folder 7
Reno, Jesse Lee, Newbern, N.C., to John Albion Andrew, n.p. transcription of recommendation for a Brevet Commission for William Smith Clark (AC 1848). Copyist unknown.
1. U.S. Civil War - 21st Regiment - Mass. Volunteers
1862 Apr 28

Box 5: folder 83
Reynolds, Tertius. (AC 1827). "A Conference. The Political Importance of England Under the Reign of the Stuarts."
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Rice, Thomas Osborne (AC 1839), Amherst, Mass., to Jesse Rice (uncle), Lynn, Mass.
1838 Jan 1

Box 3: folder 53
Rice, Thomas Osborne (AC 1839), Amherst College, to Charles Hartwell Cragin (AC 1837), Richmond,Va.
1. Amherst College - Athenian Society
1838 Jan 2

Box 3: folder 17
Rice, Thomas Osborne (AC 1839), Amherst, Mass., to Charles H. Cragin, Richmond, Va.
1. Amherst College - Athenian Society
1838 Jan 2

Box 3: folder 52
Richards, William (AC 1828). Valedictory: "Farewell, to Trustees, President and Classmates."
1828

Box 7: folder 3
Richardson, Nathanael (AC 1836). Certificate written by President Humphrey.
1836 Aug 22

Box 6: folder 28
Riggs, Elias (AC 1829), Constantinople, "To Members of the Faculty of Amherst College."
1. Amherst College - History 2. Heman Humphrey 3. Ebenezer Strong Snell 4. Missionaries
1899 Jun 1

Box 1: folder 31
Riggs, Elias (AC 1829). Two letters from fellow theologians.
1. Union Theological Seminary 2. J.W.M. Lane 3. Henry B. Smith
1858 May 12; 17

Box 1: folder 32
Robinson, Stuart (AC 1836). Oration: "Intellectual Character of the Men of the Revolution."
1836

Box 8: folder 2
Rockwell, Joel Edison (AC 1837). Oration: "Immortality of Original Genius."
1837 Aug

Box 8: folder 3
Rosseel, J.A. (AC 1839). Commencement exhibition.
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Rowell, Daniel Chase (AC non-grad 1836). Lecture notes on Natural Philosophy.
1. Ebenezer S. Snell
[1832?]

Box 3: folder 6
Rowell, George Berkley (AC 1837). "Geology."
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Russell, Edward Augustus (AC 1844). Oration: "Free Trade."
1. Aaron Warner 2. William B. Calhoun
1844 Jul 26

Box 4: folder 61
Sabin, Lewis (AC 1831), Templeton, to Prof. Edward Hitchcock, Amherst College.
1. John Hancock
1869 Dec 17

Box 1: folder 49
Sabin, Lewis (AC 1831). Valedictory: "On the Homage Rendered to Consecrated Talents."
1831

Box 7: folder 5
Sanderson, John Pease (AC 1839). Oration: "Ultra Democracy."
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Schneider, Benjamin (AC 1830), to Prof. William S. Tyler, Amherst College. Three letters.
1. Missionaries
1839-1840

Box 1: folder 40
Sewary, William, Albany, N.Y., to Thomas S. Russell (AC 1841), Samuel H. Allen (AC 1841), et. al., Amherst College.
1841 Jan 20

Box 6: folder 29
Seymour, Henry (AC 1838). Oration: "Claims of Science Upon Government."
1838

Box 8: folder 4
Shepard, Thomas (AC 1848), Ashland, Mass., to Prof. E. P. Crowell, n .p.
1881 Jul 28

Box 6: folder 30
Skiff, Harvey James (AC 1846), Newton, Iowa, to [Edward P. Crowell], Amherst College.
1. U.S. Civil War
1870 Oct 31

Box 5: folder 26
Smith, Charles Fuller (AC 1838). Dissertation: "The Decay of the Latin Language."
1838

Box 8: folder 4
Smith, Henry Bagg (AC 1843). Essay: "Is Public Opinion a Safe Guide in Morals?"
1. Nathan W. Fiske
1843

Box 4: folder 30
Soule, George (AC 1847). Oration: "The Great Repealer."
1. Aaron Warner
1847 Aug 12

Box 5: folder 60
Soule, George (AC 1847), Hampton, Conn., to William Seymour Tyler, Amherst, Mass.
1. Edward J. Cornish
1859 Aug 5

Box 4: folder 74
Spare, John (AC 1838), New Bedford, Mass., to President Julius H. Seelye, Amherst College.
1. Amherst College - Quaternions
1884 Jan 4

Box 3: folder 39
Spare, John (AC 1838), New Bedford, Mass., to William Cole Esty, Amherst, Mass.
1. Amherst College - Quaternions
1884 Jan 21

Box 3: folder 40
Spare, John (AC 1838), [New Bedford, Mass.], to [Edward Baxter] Marsh, [Amherst College].
1. Amherst College - Quaternions
ca. 1885

Box 3: folder 41
Spear, Charles Vinal (AC 1846). Oration: "The Moral Element in Art."
1. Aaron Warner 2. Nathan W. Fiske
1846 Aug 13

Box 5: folder 28
Spear, Charles Vinal (AC 1846), E. Randolph, Mass., to William Seymour Tyler, [Amherst College, Mass]. Two letters.
1852

Box 5: folder 27
Spofford, Henry Martyn (AC 1840). "Oratio Salutatoria MDCCCXL."
1. William S. Tyler
1840 Aug 26

Box 3: folder 78
Spofford, Richard Cecil (AC 1839). Oration: "The Years of Toil."
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Star Grove Silver Mining Company, N.Y. Dividend certificate no. 8, addressed to E. Hitchcock, Amherst, Mass., signed by John B. Bothwell, secretary and treasurer. Autograph note on verso, signed "E.H."
1881 Jun 30

Box 5: folder 76
Stebbins, Rufus Phineas (AC 1834). Oration: "Mind."
1834

Box 7: folder 8
Stearns, Jesse George Davis (AC 1836), Zumbrota, Minn., to William Lewis Montague, Amherst College.
1877 Mar 15

Box 3: folder 1
Stearns, Jesse George Davis (AC 1836). Oration: "The Relation of the Right to the Will of the Deity."
1836

Box 8: folder 2
Stearns, Timothy (AC 1833) Essay: "Prospects of Christianity."
1833

Box 7: folder 7
Stedman, Edmund C., New York [?], to Erastus W. Ellsworth (AC 1844), East Windsor Hill, Conn. Written on tissue.
1881 Oct 8

Box 4: folder 47
Stickney, Moses Parsons (AC 1830). Disputation with L.H. Van Dyck: "Ought Representatives to be Governed by the Instructions of Their Constituents?"
1830 Jul

Box 7: folder 4
Stockbridge, Henry Smith (AC 1845), Baltimore, Md., to Jerome Ripley Brigham, [Milwaukee, Wisc.] Seventeen letters.
1. U.S. Civil War 2. William S. Clark 3. Frederick Douglas
1857-1888

Box 5: folder 4
Stone, Timothy Dwight Porter (AC 1834). Poem: "Death of Byron."
1834 Aug

Box 7: folder 8
Storrs, Henry Martyn (AC 1846), Orange, N.J., to Samuel E. Herrick, Boston, Mass.
1885 Nov 30

Box 5: folder 29
Storrs, Richard Salter (AC 1839), Brooklyn, N.Y., to unknown, n.p. Two letters.
1834-1874

Box 3: folder 54
Storrs, Richard Salter (AC 1839), Brooklyn, N.Y., to William Austin Dickinson, Amherst, Mass. Two letters.
1. Amherst College - Trustees
1889

Box 3: folder 55
Storrs, Richard Salter (AC 1839), Shelter Island Heights, N.Y., to Anson D. Morse, Amherst, Mass.
1. Amherst College - Trustees
1898 Aug 5

Box 3: folder 56
Stratton, John Herrick (AC 1840). Oration: "Supremacy of the Moral Sentiment."
1. Nathan W. Fiske
1840 Aug 26

Box 3: folder 79
Stuart, William Zephaniah (AC 1833). Oratio Salutatoria; "Philosophy of Dreams."
1833 Aug

Box 7: folder 7
Sturgis, L.D., Fredericksburg, Va., to William Smith Clark (AC 1848), n.p.
1. U.S. Civil War - 21st regiment - Mass. Volunteers
1863 Feb 4

Box 5: folder 81
Sumner, Geo (AC 1839). Oration: "Unity of Purpose in Professional Life."
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Symonds, Stephen (AC 1833). Disputation: "Is It the Duty of Every Citizen to Cooperate with Some Political Party?"
1833 Aug

Box 7: folder 7
Syracuse, Norman N. E. (AC non-grad 1847). Recommendation letter signed by Edward Hitchcock (AC 1848), E.S. Snell, and W.S. Tyler.
n.d.

Box 6: folder 31
Talcott, Daniel Smith (AC 1831). Oration: "The Abuses of Genius."
1831

Box 7: folder 5
Tappan, Samuel Salisbury (AC 1833), Conway, N.H., to William S. Tyler, Amherst College.
1852 May 21

Box 2: folder 5
Taylor, Abner (AC 1830) Dissertation: "Why Do You Read Dunallan?"
1830 Aug 18

Box 7: folder 4
Taylor, Horace W. (AC 1848). Two letters.
1893 Jun 22

Box 6: folder 32
Taylor, James Allen (AC 1839). Disquisition: "The Bible, Its Morality."
1839 Aug

Box 8: folder 5
Taylor, Timothy Alden (AC 1835). Salutatory.
1835

Box 8: folder 1
Temple, Daniel Herbert (AC 1843). "Oratio Salutatorio."
1. William S. Tyler
1843

Box 4: folder 31
Tenney, Francis Vergnies (AC 1841). Essay: "Is the Present Age Too Incredulous With Regard to Discoveries in Science?"
1. Nathan W. Fiske 2. William C. Fowler
ca. 1841

Box 4: folder 6
Thayer, Erastus William (AC 1831). Oration: "Dethronement of Charles X."
1831

Box 7: folder 5
Thompson, Charles Frederick (AC 1835), Sturbridge, Mass., to unknown, n.p.
1834 Oct 15

Box 2: folder 43
Thompson, Charles Frederick (AC 1835). Commencement address; reflections on Alexander Pope's "Essay on Man."
1. Jonathan B. Condit
1835 Aug 26

Box 2: folder 39
Thompson, Charles Frederick (AC 1835). Essays on Addison, Byron, Milton, Ossian, John Harvard, Tacitus, John Howard, and one on evaporation.
1. Ebenezer S. Snell 2. Jonathan B. Condit 3. Edward Hitchcock
ca. 1834

Box 2: folder 41
Thompson, Charles Frederick (AC 1835). Fifteen essays on religion and philosophy.
1. Edwards A. Parks 2. Jonathan B. Condit
ca. 1834

Box 2: folder 36
Thompson, Charles Frederick (AC 1835). Prose fragments.
ca. 1834

Box 2: folder 42
Thompson, Charles Frederick (AC 1835). Record of expenses.
[1835 Jan 9]

Box 2: folder 38
Thompson, Charles Frederick (AC 1835). Seven essays on history and politics.
1. Edwards A. Parks 2. William B. Calhoun
ca. 1835

Box 2: folder 40
Thompson, Charles Frederick (AC 1835). Oration: "New England and Her Sons."
1835 Aug

Box 8: folder 1
Thompson, Charles Frederick (AC 1835). Two poems: "Mary of the Whild More" and "Ode to New Hampshire." Springfield, Vt.
1. Jonathan B. Condit
1833 May 21

Box 2: folder 37
Thompson, Leander (AC 1835). Oration: "The Comparative Influence of the Past and the Future Upon the Imaginations."
1835

Box 8: folder 1
Thompson, Leander (AC 1835), North Woburn, Mass., to Edward Payson Crowell, [Amherst College] about classmates.
1872 Mar 21

Box 2: folder 29
Thompson, Leander (AC 1835), North Woburn, Mass., to William Lewis Montague, Amherst College.
1879 Dec 16

Box 2: folder 30
Tinker, Reuben. (AC 1827). Oration: "Inconsistencies of Public Sentiment."
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Thurston, Eli (AC 1834). Dissertation: "Despotism."
1834 Aug

Box 7: folder 8
Tobey, Alvan (AC 1828), Durham, NH, to William S. Tyler, n.p.
1. Amherst College - History
1869 Mar 31

Box 1: folder 28
Tobey, Alvan (AC 1828). Oration: "Contemplation of Great Objects."
1828

Box 7: folder 3
Tolman, Albert (AC 1845), Leavesboro, Mass., to John Stebbins Lee, n.p.
1860 Jul 30

Box 4: folder 66
Tolman, Albert (AC 1845) Pittsfield, Mass., to Edward B. Marsh, n.p.
1889 Aug 21

Box 5: folder 5
Tolman, Richard (AC 1839) "Change in Society."
1839 Aug 28

Box 3: folder 57
Torrance, William (AC 1844) "Success in professional life..."
1. Nathan W. Fiske 2. Aaron Warner
ca. 1844

Box 4: folder 62
Torrey, David (AC 1843). Three letters to his family.
1840-1863

Box 4: folder 32
Tuthill, George Miller (AC 1839). Disquisition: "The Literature of the Millenium."
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Tuttle, Anson Yale (AC 1833). Scientific dissertation.
1833 Aug

Box 7: folder 7
Tyler, John Mason (AC 1873). "Col. William Clark," speech given at dedication of Clark Hall, University of Massachusetts.
1907

Box 5: folder 67
Tyler, Wellington Hart (AC 1831). Two "Addresses on Intemperance" plus his life insurance premium receipt.
1834 Jul 4

Box 1: folder 50
Tyler, Wellington Hart (AC 1831). Oration: "Destiny of the English Language."
1831 Aug 24

Box 7: folder 5
Tyler, William Ebenezer (AC 1844), Boston, Mass., to John Mason Tyler, Amherst, Mass. Two letters.
1. Amherst College - History 2. Nathan W. Fiske
1900 Jun

Box 4: folder 64
Tyler, William Ebenezer (AC 1844). "Does Adherence to Purity Disqualify a Writer From Being an Historian?"
1. Nathan W. Fiske 2. Aaron Warner
ca. 1844

Box 4: folder 63
Tyler, William Seymour, Amherst, Mass., to Samuel Williston, n.p.
1863 Apr 30

Box 4: folder 83
Upton, John Riddle (AC 1847). Dissertation: "The Only Conservative Principle of Government - Christianity."
1. Aaron Warner
1847 Jul 16

Box 5: folder 61
Upton, John Riddle (AC 1847), Dixon, Scott Co., Iowa, to [William Seymour] Tyler, [Amherst, Mass.]
1.Missionaries 2. Charles Henry Gates 3. Luther Rice White 4. Amherst College - History
1854 Jan 10

Box 5: folder 62
Vaile, Rawson (AC 1839). Oration: "The Neglect of the Right of Suffrage."
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Van Dyck, John Brevoot. (AC 1826). Third part of a commencement conference on the effects of legal, literary, and moral influence upon society.
1826

Box 7: folder 1
Van Dyck, Lawrence Henry (AC 1830). Disputation: "In Maintaining the Affirmative of the Question, Whether Representatives ought to be Governed by the Instructions of Their Constituents, We Shall Deduce Our First Argument From the Design of Representative Governments."
1830 Aug

Box 7: folder 4
Van Lennep, Henry John (AC 1837), to Christopher L. M. Evangeles, New York, N.Y. Two letters.
1832-1835

Box 3: folder 25
Van Lennep, Henry John (AC 1837), Great Barrington, Mass., to Edward Hitchcock, [Amherst College?] Two letters signed by Emily Ann Van Lennep.
1. Amherst College - History
1869-1870

Box 3: folder 24
Van Lennep, Henry John (AC 1837). Valedictory: "Intellectual Pursuits - Unlimited."
1837

Box 8: folder 3
Vinton, Frederick (AC 1837), Princeton, N.J., to Edward B. Marsh, Amherst, Mass.
1. Andrew Patton Happer
1885 Jun 6

Box 3: folder 27
Wakefield, Horace Poole (AC 1832). Oration: "Nullification."
1832 Aug

Box 7: folder 6
Wakefield, William (AC 1839), Madison, Ohio, to William S. Tyler, Amherst, Mass.
1853 Jul 24

Box 3: folder 58
Walker, William (AC 1838), Milton, Wis., to the Registrar, Amherst College.
1. Missionaries 2. Edward B. Marsh
1889 Dec 18

Box 3: folder 42
Walters, Lemuel Healey (AC 1847), New York, to William Seymour Tyler, Amherst, Mass. Two letters.
1. Education - Central College
1850-1869

Box 5: folder 64
Walters, Lemuel Healey (AC 1847), Montrose, Pa., to William Seymour Tyler, Amherst, Mass.
1. Central College 2. Charles L. Benson
1851 Jul 23

Box 5: folder 65
Walters, Lemuel Healey (AC 1847). Orartion: "Reason and Philosophy Subordinate to Revelation."
1. Aaron Warner
1847 Aug 12

Box 5: folder 63
Wason, Hiram (AC 1838), Amherst College, to his sister Louisa Wason, Boston, Mass.
1837 Dec 2

Box 6: folder 33
Watson, Edward Flint (AC 1840). "Hope: 'A Poem' Written for the Annual Commencement at Amherst College."
1. William C. Fowler
1840 Aug 26

Box 3: folder 80
Waters, Andrew (AC 1839). Oration: "Self?" (torn)
1839

Box 8: folder 5
Waters, George (AC 1831). Disputation with Huntington: "Is the Spirit of Enterprise in our Country Favorable to Morality and Happiness?"
1831

Box 7: folder 5
Wedge, H., Wilkinsonville, to Prof. Chickering, concerning his brothers Newell Wedge (AC 1848) and Tyler Wedge (AC 1848).
1884 Jun 5

Box 6: folder 34
Welles, James Henry (AC 1843), Everett House, N.Y., to William Seymour Tyler, Amherst, Mass.
1. Ebenezer S. Snell
1863 Mar 21

Box 4: folder 33
Wells, Rufus Porter (AC 1842). Essay: "Will the New England Character Remain Essentially the Same during the Present Century?"
1. Nathan W. Fiske
ca. 1842

Box 4: folder 21
White, James Wilson (AC 1834). Oration: "Memory of LaFayette."
1834 Aug

Box 7: folder 8
White, Robert McRae (AC 1834). Orations: "The Emotions."
1834

Box 7: folder 8
Winch, Moses. (AC 1827). Disputation: "Ought the Colonization Society to be Patronized by the General Government?"
1827

Box 7: folder 2
Wilcox, Alvan, New Haven, Conn., to Henry John Van Lennep (AC 1837), Amherst, Mass. Two letters.
1. Amherst College - Society Keyes
1836-1837

Box 3: folder 26
Wilcox, Alvan, New Haven, Conn., to Abraham Jenkins (AC 1838).
1. Amherst College - Society Keyes
1837

Box 3: folder 33
Wilcox, Alvan, New Haven, Conn., to Frederick Dan Huntington (AC 1839), Amherst College. Four letters.
1. Amherst College - Society of Natural History
1838-1839

Box 3: folder 49
Wilkinson, Reed (AC 1830). Dissertation: "The Moral Character and Influence of English Literature."
1830 Aug

Box 7: folder 4
Willard, Frederic Augustus. (AC 1826). Oration: "Influence of Modern Chemical Discoveries on the Progress of Science and the Arts."
1826

Box 7: folder 1
Williams, George Milton (AC 1840). Oration: "Severity of Criticism Proportionate to Literary Fame."
1. William C. Fowler
1840 Aug 17

Box 3: folder 81
Williams, Lester (AC 1844). Essay on Christianity and the struggle for suffrage rights.
1. Heman Humphrey 2. Aaron Warner
1844 Aug 2

Box 4: folder 65
Williams, William Graves (AC 1834), Leavenworth City, Kans., to Edward Payson Crowell, Amherst College.
1. U.S. Civil War
1870 Jun 6

Box 2: folder 22
Wilson, Andrew (AC 1842). Oration: "Faith the Creation of Reason."
1. Heman Humphrey
1842 Jul

Box 4: folder 22
Winn, John (AC 1834). Discussion: "The Expediency of Making Temperance a Subject of Legislation."
1834 Aug

Box 7: folder 8
Wood, Artemas Augustus (AC 1831), Amherst College, to Henry Chaney, Randolph, Vt.
ca. 1828 Jul 14

Box 1: folder 51
Wood, Theodore Sedgwick (AC 1832). Oration: "Oblivion."
1832

Box 7: folder 6
Wyman, Joel W. (AC 1825), Boiling Springs, to brother, n.p.
1826 Jan 16

Box 1: folder 14
Woodman, George Sullivan (AC 1846), Lynn, Mass., to Edward Payson Crowell, Amherst, Mass.
1. Henry N. Wyman
1873 Mar 12

Box 5: folder 7
Woodman, George Sullivan (AC 1846). Oration: "The Fine Arts."
1. Aaron Warner
1846 Aug 13

Box 5: folder 30
Woodsworth, Charles Louis (AC 1845), Boston, Mass., to Edward Payson Crowell, Amherts, Mass.
1. U.S. Civil War
1874? Nov 7

Box 5: folder 6
Wyman, Edward (AC 1835). Oration: "The Influence of Mental Culture on Crime."
1835

Box 8: folder 1
Yerington, Alexander (AC 1841). Essay on Matter.
1. Ebenezer S. Snell 2. William C. Fowler
ca. 1841

Box 4: folder 7

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