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Papers of E.P. Kuhl, 1855-1978.

Author: E P KuhlHardin CraigNorman FoersterGeorge Lyman KittredgeBaldwin MaxwellAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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The papers of E.P. Kuhl present a comprehensive view of the life of a university professor. There are six boxes of correspondence, dating from 1855 to 1978, which contain letters discussing such topics as Medieval and Rennaisance studies with emphasis on Chaucer and Shakespeare. Some of the correspondents include: Hardin Craig, Norman Foerster, George L. Kittredge, Baldwin Maxwell, Carl E. Seashore, Bartlett J.
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Named Person: Geoffrey Chaucer; William Shakespeare
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: E P Kuhl; Hardin Craig; Norman Foerster; George Lyman Kittredge; Baldwin Maxwell; Carl E Seashore; Bartlett Jere Whiting; Ola Elizabeth Winslow
OCLC Number: 233109010
Description: 3 linear ft. (8 boxes)

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The papers of E.P. Kuhl present a comprehensive view of the life of a university professor. There are six boxes of correspondence, dating from 1855 to 1978, which contain letters discussing such topics as Medieval and Rennaisance studies with emphasis on Chaucer and Shakespeare. Some of the correspondents include: Hardin Craig, Norman Foerster, George L. Kittredge, Baldwin Maxwell, Carl E. Seashore, Bartlett J. Whiting, and Ola E. Winslow.

The manuscript of his book, Shakespeare: Soul of the Age, is also included in the papers. Finally there is information regarding the Kuhl house, with remodeling plans and invoices.

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