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Papers of Charles William Eliot, 1807-1945.

Author: Charles William Eliot
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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The Papers of Charles William Eliot document his personal and professional life. They date principally from his birth to 1869, omit the years of his Harvard Presidency, and resume from 1909 until his death. These papers are comprised of materials recounting Eliot's student days, his teaching career, and his early writings (up to 1869). It documents his travels around the world and provides an account of the many  Read more...
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Named Person: Charles William Eliot; Samuel Eliot; Samuel Atkins Eliot; Henry James
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles William Eliot
OCLC Number: 236231885
Description: 40 cubic feet (99 document boxes, 21 portfolio boxes)

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The Papers of Charles William Eliot document his personal and professional life. They date principally from his birth to 1869, omit the years of his Harvard Presidency, and resume from 1909 until his death. These papers are comprised of materials recounting Eliot's student days, his teaching career, and his early writings (up to 1869). It documents his travels around the world and provides an account of the many honors, awards, and accolades that Eliot received over his lifetime. A considerable part of these papers concern the extensive social reform activities of Eliot's retirement years. In addition, these papers include materials highlighting Eliot's relationship with his family and close friends. These papers also include documents relating to Eliot's biographer, Henry James (1879-1947).

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