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George Lincoln Burr papers.

Author: George Lincoln Burr
Publisher: 1861-1942
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Letters, diary fragments, notes, manuscripts, and other material documenting Burr's boyhood in Newark Valley, New York, and his student days at Cortland Academy, at Cornell University, and at Leipzig University; his travels and activities in Europe collecting rare books and manuscripts for Cornell; his relationship with Andrew Dickson White; his relationships with other American and European scholars and his
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Genre/Form: manuscripts for publication
diaries
Pictorial works
Named Person: Lyman Abbott; Roland H Bainton; Frederic Bancroft; Carl L Becker; H R Fox Bourne; James Bryce Bryce, Viscount; John Burroughs; Anna Botsford Comstock; Daniel C Gilman; Evarts Boutell Greene; Albert Bushnell Hart; Charles Homer Haskins; Charles Henry Hull; J Franklin Jameson; David Starr Jordan; Louis Charles Karpinski; Horace Kephart; John Bassett Moore; John Raliegh Mott; Wallace Notestein; Jacob Gould Schurman; George Holland Sabine; Goldwin Smith; Preserved Smith; Sao-Ke Alfred Sze; Ida M Tarbell; Frederick Jackson Turner; Moses Coit Tyler; Hendrik Willem Van Loon; Oswald Garrison Villard; Fred M White; Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Charles Kendall Adams; John Henry Comstock; Robert Collyer; Dorothy Whitney Straight Elmhirst; L K Elmhirst; Livingston Farrand; Max Farrand; Simon Henry Gage; Louis Reichenthal Gottschalk; Charles Gross; George William Harris; Ernest W Huffcut; Edward Maslin Hulme; Waldo Gifford Leland; David Saville Muzzey; Cuthbert Winfred Pound; Herbert Putnam; H Morse Stephens; Willard Dickerman Straight; Ernest Sze; Booker T Washington; Benjamin Ide Wheeler; Burt G Wilder; David Saville Muzzey; Wallace Notestein; John Henry Comstock; Livingston Farrand; Fred M White; Charles Kendall Adams; Preserved Smith; Daniel C Gilman; Evarts Boutell Greene; John Bassett Moore; John Burroughs; Frederick Jackson Turner; Albert Bushnell Hart; Charles Henry Hull; George Holland Sabine; Goldwin Smith; Simon Henry Gage; Louis Charles Karpinski; Carl L Becker; George William Harris; Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Anna Botsford Comstock; Hendrik Willem Van Loon; Booker T Washington; Lyman Abbott; Roland H Bainton; Louis Reichenthal Gottschalk; Waldo Gifford Leland; Willard Dickerman Straight; Ida M Tarbell; Charles Homer Haskins; Herbert Putnam; L K Elmhirst; Max Farrand; David Starr Jordan; H Morse Stephens; Charles Gross; James Bryce Bryce, Viscount; Robert Collyer; Moses Coit Tyler; Oswald Garrison Villard; J Franklin Jameson; Jacob Gould Schurman; Burt G Wilder; Horace Kephart; H R Fox Bourne; Sao-Ke Alfred Sze; Edward Maslin Hulme; Cuthbert Winfred Pound; Ernest W Huffcut; Benjamin Ide Wheeler; John Raliegh Mott; Dorothy Whitney Straight Elmhirst; Ernest Sze
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: George Lincoln Burr
OCLC Number: 64075187
Language Note: Collection material in English.
Notes: Physical Description note: Letters, diaries, manuscripts.
*Neither the Burr nor Schurman Papers contain other Gladden letters for this period (Sept. - Oct. 1893, but the Schurman letterbooks contain a copy of one letter from Shcurman to Gladden re preaching at Sage, dated October 26, 1893.
Description: 16.9 cubic feet.
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Letters, diary fragments, notes, manuscripts, and other material documenting Burr's boyhood in Newark Valley, New York, and his student days at Cortland Academy, at Cornell University, and at Leipzig University; his travels and activities in Europe collecting rare books and manuscripts for Cornell; his relationship with Andrew Dickson White; his relationships with other American and European scholars and his students; his work for the Venezuela-Guiana Boundary Commission; and his interest in the American Historical Association, the Cornell Alumni Association, the Cornell Christian Association, the Hall of Fame at New York University, the Telluride Association, and in many other social and professional groups.

Letters, diary fragments, notes, manuscripts, and other material documenting Burr's boyhood in Newark Valley, New York, and his student days at Cortland Academy, at Cornell University, and at Leipzig University; his travels and activities in Europe collecting rare books and manuscripts for Cornell; his relationship with Andrew Dickson White; his relationships with other American and European scholars and his students; his work for the Venezuela-Guiana Boundary Commission; and his interest in the American Historical Association, the Cornell Alumni Association, the Cornell Christian Association, the Hall of Fame at New York University, the Telluride Association, and in many other social and professional groups.

Correspondents include Lyman Abbott, Charles Kendall Adams, Roland H. Bainton, Carl Becker, Henry Bourne, James Bryce, John Burroughs, Anna and Henry Comstock, Reverend Robert Collyer, Leonard K. Elmhirst, Livingston Farrand, Max Farrand, Simon Henry Gage, Daniel Coit Gilman, Louis Gottschalk, Evarts B. Greene, Charles Gross, George Willam Harris, Albert Bushnell Hart, Charles Haskins, Ernest Huffcut, Charles Henry Hull, Edward M. Hulme, J. Franklin Jameson (mainly having to do with the AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW), David Starr Jordan (extensive, quite impersonal), Louis C. Karpinski, Horace Kephart, Waldo G. Leland, John Bassett Moore, John R. Mott, David Saville Muzzey, Wallace Notestein, Cuthbert Pound, Herbert Putnam (Library of Congress), Jacob Gould Schurman, George H. Sabine, Goldwin Smith, Preserved Smith, H. Morse Stephens, Dorothy and Willard Straight, Alfred and Ernest Sze, Ida Tarbell, Frederick Jackson Turner, Moses Coit Tyler, Hendrik Willem Van Loon (extensive and intimate), Oswald Garrison Villard, Booker T. Washington, Benjamin Ide Wheeler, Frederick White, Burt G. Wilder, and many others.

Letter, 1903, from Andrew Dickson White about his trip to Elba, with comments about Napoleon I, and fourteen postcards, some annotated, of scenes of Elba.

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