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James family papers and sermons, 1808-1888.

Author: William JamesHenry JamesMarcia Ames JamesCatherine Barber James PrinceElizabeth Tillman James SeelyeAll authors
Edition/Format:   Downloadable archival material : English
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Family correspondence and sermons documenting the family and career of William James as a Presbyterian minister in New York State. The collection includes correspondence among James' brothers and sisters concerning the amputation of the leg of his half-brother Henry James (1811-1882); also, correspondence from Catherine Barber James Prince to Elizabeth Tillman James Seelye concerning mental health and its cures.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Sermons
Named Person: William James
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William James; Henry James; Marcia Ames James; Catherine Barber James Prince; Elizabeth Tillman James Seelye; Julius H Seelye; Anna H Seelye Emerson; Marcia Lucretia Ames James; William Henry Prince; James family.
OCLC Number: 49701939
Description: 5 archives boxes (2.5 linear ft.)

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Family correspondence and sermons documenting the family and career of William James as a Presbyterian minister in New York State. The collection includes correspondence among James' brothers and sisters concerning the amputation of the leg of his half-brother Henry James (1811-1882); also, correspondence from Catherine Barber James Prince to Elizabeth Tillman James Seelye concerning mental health and its cures. Other correspondents include Marcia Ames James, Anna Hawley Seelye Emerson, Marcia Lucretia Ames James and William Henry Prince.

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