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Papers of H.B. Wallace, 1826-1845.

Author: H B WallaceJohn AllenHorace BinneyCharles ChaunceyJoseph HenryAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
Summary:
The collection contains a poem by Charles Henry Wharton sent as a valentine to Wallace; a partial manuscript; and correspondence.

The correspondence includes many letters written by Wallace as a child to family members conveying news of town, church and family members.

Other letters concern his education and the bar exam, his opinion on letter writing, a summary of his trip to Rhode Island including a beach vacation and a negative impression of William Ellery Channing and Unitarianism, the publication of Architecture under his pen name, a suggestion that Robert Hare be appointed president of the American Philosophical Society, praise for the writing of William G. Goddard, and a brief mention of Robert Southey.

Two receipts for tuition complete the collection.  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Manuscripts
Receipts
Named Person: William Ellery Channing; William G Goddard; Robert Hare; Robert Southey; Wallace family.; William Ellery Channing; William G Goddard; Robert Hare; Robert Southey; Wallace family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: H B Wallace; John Allen; Horace Binney; Charles Chauncey; Joseph Henry; John B Wallace; John William Wallace; Charles Henry Wharton
OCLC Number: 32136594
Notes: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Description: 21 items.

Abstract:

The collection contains a poem by Charles Henry Wharton sent as a valentine to Wallace; a partial manuscript; and correspondence.

The correspondence includes many letters written by Wallace as a child to family members conveying news of town, church and family members.

Other letters concern his education and the bar exam, his opinion on letter writing, a summary of his trip to Rhode Island including a beach vacation and a negative impression of William Ellery Channing and Unitarianism, the publication of Architecture under his pen name, a suggestion that Robert Hare be appointed president of the American Philosophical Society, praise for the writing of William G. Goddard, and a brief mention of Robert Southey.

Two receipts for tuition complete the collection.

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