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Papers of William W. Greenough, 1823-1890.

Author: William W Greenough
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Family and general correspondence, financial and legal papers, educational records, certificates, photographs, and printed matter. Family papers include correspondence with Greenough's father, William Greenough, and his future wife, Catherine Scollay Curtis, including letters (1840-1841) while he was traveling in Europe. Also includes letters from Harvard classmate, Horatio Hale (1817-1896), while with the U.S.
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Named Person: Louis Agassiz; Samuel Bowles; George Ticknor Curtis; Samuel Eliot; Samuel Atkins Eliot; William Maxwell Evarts; Edward Everett; Catherine Scollay Curtis Greenough; William Greenough; Horatio Hale; George Stillman Hillard; John MacGregor; Josiah Quincy; John Rose, Sir; Justin Winsor; Louis Agassiz; Samuel Bowles; George Ticknor Curtis; Samuel Eliot; Samuel Atkins Eliot; William Maxwell Evarts; Edward Everett; Horatio Hale; George Stillman Hillard; John MacGregor; Josiah Quincy; John Rose, Sir; Justin Winsor
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William W Greenough
OCLC Number: 80468792
Description: 400 items. 2 containers.

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Family and general correspondence, financial and legal papers, educational records, certificates, photographs, and printed matter. Family papers include correspondence with Greenough's father, William Greenough, and his future wife, Catherine Scollay Curtis, including letters (1840-1841) while he was traveling in Europe. Also includes letters from Harvard classmate, Horatio Hale (1817-1896), while with the U.S. Exploring Expedition and a large group of letters from William Maxwell Evarts. Much of the remaining correspondence relates to Greenough's position as trustee of the Boston Public Library.

Correspondents include Louis Agassiz, Samuel Bowles, George Ticknor Curtis, Samuel Eliot, Samuel Atkins Eliot, Edward Everett, George S. Hillard, John MacGregor ("Rob Roy"), Josiah Quincy, John Rose, and Justin Winsor.

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