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Papers, 1790-1887.

Author: Mark HopkinsAlbert HopkinsArchibald HopkinsHenry HopkinsMary Curtis HopkinsAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of Williams College President Mark Hopkins, mostly family correspondence with some papers relating to Williams College business and Hopkins's presidency of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Correspondents include: Hopkins's parents Archibald and Mary Curtis Hopkins; his uncle Sewall Hopkins; his brothers Albert, a professor of astronomy at Williams, and Henry; his wife Mary Hubbell  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Hopkins; Albert Hopkins; Archibald Hopkins; Henry Hopkins; Mary Curtis Hopkins; Mary Hubbell Hopkins; Sewall Hopkins; Amos Adams Lawrence; Ray Palmer; Theodore Dwight Weld; Curtis family.; Hopkins family.
OCLC Number: 18307151
Description: 2 boxes.

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Papers of Williams College President Mark Hopkins, mostly family correspondence with some papers relating to Williams College business and Hopkins's presidency of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Correspondents include: Hopkins's parents Archibald and Mary Curtis Hopkins; his uncle Sewall Hopkins; his brothers Albert, a professor of astronomy at Williams, and Henry; his wife Mary Hubbell Hopkins; his children, especially Archibald and Henry, who described his service as a Union chaplain in the Civil War; and various Curtis and Hopkins relatives. Early correspondence includes letters from Sewall Hopkins to his brother Archibald about farming in Clinton, N.Y. and Stockbridge, Mass. Other correspondents include Amos A. Lawrence, Ray Palmer, and Theodore Dwight Weld.

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