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Leonard Woods: administrative records (A01.02.04)

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Title:
Leonard Woods: administrative records
Creator:
Bowdoin College. Office of the President.
ID:
A01.02.04
Date [inclusive]:
1828-1866
Extent:
1.5 linear feet
Language:
English
Repository:
George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011
Preferred Citation:

Leonard Woods: Administrative Records, George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine

Leonard Woods (1807-1878), served as Bowdoin's fourth president from 1839 until 1866. Woods presided over an ambitious building program on campus that included the construction of the Chapel, Appleton Hall, Adams Hall, and Memorial Hall. The Declaration of Denominational Status of 1846, and the investigation of the burning of the College's wood yard in the same year, were issues during Woods' presidency.

The papers contain general correspondence concerning College affairs and three series of material on specific issues. One series consists of a group of depositions taken from all the students at the College in 1846 just after the wood yard burned on the night of October 29. One student was eventually dismissed for his alleged involvement in the incident.

Another series concerns the Declaration of Denominational Status, also of 1846. This issue revolved around the status of the College as a Congregationalist institution. The Declaration however, was used primarily as a means of raising the funds necessary to build a new chapel.

The final series is a collection of correspondence relating to the construction of the Chapel, including discussions with architect Richard Upjohn, about interior and exterior design.

Most primary source material concerning the early administration of the College is found in the records of the Board of Trustees or in the Records of the Faculty which includes the records of the Executive Government. For related Leonard Woods materials, see the Leonard Woods Collection.

Series Description:

This series contains general correspondence concerning the administration of the College. The series includes an annual list of graduating seniors, various student petitions, and reports of disciplinary decisions. Two issues that appear throughout the correspondence are the possible establishment of a law school at Bowdoin (1850-1861) and the filling of a professorship of Theology (1848-1858).

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

1839, Presidential inauguration of Leonard Woods

Box 1 Folder 1

[ca. 1839 - 1866], Partial draft re: President Leonard Woods and Phi Beta Kappa of Bowdoin

Box 1 Folder 2

1839 May 15, Joseph McKeen's letter re: burning of the President's house

Box 1 Folder 3

1839 Aug 28, John Howorth's letter re: restoration of paintings in gallery

Box 1 Folder 4

1839 Sep 2, Lists and certificates re: the graduating senior class

Box 1 Folder 5

[1840 Sep], Student petition for improvement of College grounds

Box 1 Folder 6

1840 Sep, Lists and certificates re: the graduating senior class

Box 1 Folder 7

[ca. 1840 Sep 2], Draft of letter from Board of Overseers to President Woods re: his leave of absence

Box 1 Folder 8

1840 Sep 2, Report of excuses from commencement parts

Box 1 Folder 9

1840 Sep 2, Committee meeting on President Wood's leave of absence

Box 1 Folder 10

1840 Oct 24, Phi Beta Kappa correspondence, 1840 - 1843

Box 1 Folder 11

1841 Sep 1, Lists and certificates re: the graduating senior class

Box 1 Folder 12

[1841?] Oct 29, Remarks re: separation of the College from the State of Maine under the Act of Separation

Box 1 Folder 13

1841 Dec 11, Letter of praise for Mr. Homan, artist

Box 1 Folder 14

1842 April, Reply to George Evans on the methods of discipline at the College

Box 1 Folder 15

1842 April 21, Letter concerning riotous acts of students

Box 1 Folder 16

1842 May 4, Vote of the committee to expel Endicott King

Box 1 Folder 17

1842 Sep 7, Lists and certificates re: the graduating senior class

Box 1 Folder 18

1843 Jul 10, Letter from Benjamin W. Norris to William B. Snell concerning entrance to Bowdoin from Waterville College

Box 1 Folder 19

1843 Aug 15, Draft of recommendation that Massachusetts Legislature give assent to Act of Separation

Box 1 Folder 20

1843 [Sep ?], List re: the graduating senior class

Box 1 Folder 21

1843 Oct 30, Petition concerning off campus rooming facilities

Box 1 Folder 22

ca. 1843, Student petitions

Box 1 Folder 23

1844, Letter from Samuel J. Anderson to the faculty concerning his drinking misdemeanor

Box 1 Folder 24

[1844], Letter from Samuel M[artin] Weston to [Leonard Woods] re: Weston's role in the drinking misdemeanor of Samuel Jameson Anderson

Box 1 Folder 25

1844 Feb-Dec, Phi Beta Kappa correspondence

Box 1 Folder 26

[ca. 1844 Apr 26], Petition of students re: "Yaggers" and explanation of petition

Box 1 Folder 27

[ca. 1844 June 17], Letter from Samuel H. Taylor et al. re: admission standards of New England colleges

Box 1 Folder 28

1844 Aug 8, Letter to the College from the ladies of Brunswick discussing student patriotism

Box 1 Folder 29

1844 Aug 26, Portland - awarding of literary prizes

Box 1 Folder 30

1844 Sep 4, List re: the graduating senior class

Box 1 Folder 31

1844 Sep 28, Letter from William Anderson concerning the behavior of his son and ward

Box 1 Folder 32

1845 Jul 2, Letter from C.S. Daveis to President Woods concerning the laying of the Chapel cornerstone

Box 1 Folder 33

1845 Sep 2, Librarian's certificate

Box 1 Folder 34

1845 Sep 3, List re: the graduating senior class

Box 1 Folder 35

1846 Sep 2, List re: the graduating senior class

Box 1 Folder 36

1847 Aug, Report of studies

Box 1 Folder 37

1840's/1850's, Concerning the Collins Professorship of Theology

Box 1 Folder 38

1847 Jan 1, Subscription of Bowdoin College

Box 1 Folder 39

1847 Nov 15, Correspondence re: debt of the Peucinian Society

Box 1 Folder 40

1848 Jul 18, Statements and affidavits re: damage to the Chapel and bell on July [7?] 1848

Box 1 Folder 41-42

1848 Aug 19, Letters concerning the formation of secret societies

Box 1 Folder 43

1848 Sep, Lists and certificates re: the graduating senior class

Box 1 Folder 44

1848 Sep 4, Letter from Mr. Ellingwood discussing the installment of a theology professor

Box 1 Folder 45

1849 Mar, accounts of rabble rousing

Box 1 Folder 46

1849 Aug, Report of the examining committee

Box 1 Folder 47

1849 Sep 5, List re: the graduating senior class

Box 1 Folder 48

Pre 1850, National political opinion- unity of the New England states

Box 1 Folder 49

Pre 1850, Copy of letter re: professorship of Calvin E. Stowe

Box 1 Folder 50

1850's, Department of Rhetoric material

Box 1 Folder 51

1850 Jan 30, Correspondence concerning the establishment of a law school at Bowdoin

Box 1 Folder 52

1850 Jun 14, Correspondence considering the establishment of a law school at Bowdoin

Box 1 Folder 53

1850 Aug 9, Correspondence re: establishment of a law school at Bowdoin

Box 1 Folder 54

1850 Sep, Material re: Theology department and Collins professorship

Box 1 Folder 55

1851 Feb 4, Correspondence re: establishment of a law school at Bowdoin

Box 1 Folder 56

1851 Sep 3, Committee report on the establishment of a law department

Box 1 Folder 57

[ca. 1852], Letter from Charles S. Daveis re: his resignation as Phi Beta Kappa president

Box 1 Folder 58

1852 Mar, Material re: celebration of Semi-centennial of Bowdoin College

Box 1 Folder 59

1852 Mar 23, Petition of the sophomore class to not recite a certain rhetoric lesson

Box 1 Folder 60

1852 Jun 7, Recommendation for Roswell D. Hitchcock as Professor of Religion

Box 1 Folder 61

1852 Jun 10, Letters from Roswell D. Hitchcock re: position of Professor of Theology at Bowdoin College

Box 1 Folder 62

1852 Jul 1, Letter from C. E. Stowe concerning the Collins Professorship of Theology

Box 1 Folder 63

1852 Aug, Lists re: the graduating senior class

Box 1 Folder 64

1853 Feb 1, Letters re: the will and estate of Mark H. Newman

Box 1 Folder 65

[post 1853], Manuscript re: history of Phi Beta Kappa of Bowdoin College

Box 1 Folder 66

[ca. 1854 Mar 17], Appointment of Professor Hitchcock to the Professorship of Theology

Box 1 Folder 67

1854 Jun, Photocopy of expense account re: committee on their passage to Bath (Original in Hubbard Papers: John B. Hubbard, Miscellaneous Bowdoin documents)

Box 1 Folder 68

[ca. 1854 Jul 6], Report of Conversation with Professor Upham (plus draft)

Box 1 Folder 69

1854 Jul 27, List re: the graduating senior class

Box 1 Folder 70

1855 Jul 27, Egbert C. Smyth/ Jonathan Clement correspondence re: Collins professorship

Box 1 Folder 71

1857 Mar 31, Senior petition for President Woods to deliver a sermon before commencement

Box 1 Folder 72

1857 Aug 28, Letter from Dr. Tappan concerning the Collins Professorship of Theology

Box 1 Folder 73

[n.d.], Concerning the status of the College without Professor Cleaveland and a wish to remove President Woods

Box 1 Folder 74

1857, Correspondence of Nathan Weston re: Allen v. McKeen

Box 1 Folder 75

1857?, R.H. Gardiner's[?] statement concerning the status of the boards

Box 1 Folder 76

1858 Jul 2, Account of the origins of the Thorndike Oak

Box 1 Folder 77

1859 Mar 29, Bangor, Considerations of the establishment of the law school

Box 1 Folder 78

1859 Jul 12 and 20, Correspondence of David Pulsifer and J. Thornton

Box 1 Folder 79

1858, Collins Professorship of Theology

Box 1 Folder 80

1859 Jul 30, Report of visiting committee members- Abbott and Woodhull- to C. S. Daveis

Box 1 Folder 81

1860 Feb 3, Cleaveland estate: The Cleaveland cabinet

Box 1 Folder 82

1860 Mar 12, Settlement of Parker Cleaveland's will: The Cleaveland cabinet

Box 1 Folder 83

1860 Jul 24, Re: attending examination of lower classes

Box 1 Folder 84

1861, Correspondence on the establishment of a law school at Bowdoin and to have Judge Redfield as first professor

Box 1 Folder 85-88

1862 Oct 16, regarding Professor Smyth (recommendation)

Box 1 Folder 89

1863 Jul 31, Resignation of Egbert C. Smyth from the professorship of religion

Box 1 Folder 90

1864, Report of the Visiting Committee

Box 1 Folder 91

1864 Aug 2, Statement of Henry H. Boody's gift to the college (2 copies)

Box 1 Folder 92

1865, Correspondence concerning Boody's donation

Box 1 Folder 93

1866 Nov 13, Evans on Boody's subscription

Box 1 Folder 94

Series Description:

This series contains affidavits and related documentation concerning the incident of the burning of the College woodyard on October 29, 1846. All the students of the College were interviewed and asked to describe their actions and activities on the night in question. William Cutter Ten Broeck was implicated at one point during the investigation, but not dismissed. Another student, Charles E. Clifford, paid $400 in damages to the College, and was ultimately dismissed for his alleged involvement in the incident. In 1902 however, Clifford was granted an A.B. from Bowdoin as of 1849.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically, and by class.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

1846, Statements concerning the bonfire

Box 2 Folder 1

1846, Questions concerning the burning of the woodpile

Box 2 Folder 2

1846 ?, Letter from President Woods to Clifford's father, Nathan Clifford

Box 2 Folder 3

1846 Oct 29-30, Evidence and inquiry about the burning of the woodpile

Box 2 Folder 4

1846 Nov, Accounts of the burning of the woodshed

Box 2 Folder 5

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- freshmen: Abbot, John P. - Bulfinch John J. (not included: Abbot, John P.)

Box 2 Folder 6

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- freshmen: Burr, Samuel C. - Chamberlain, Henry L.

Box 2 Folder 7

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- freshmen: Everett, Charles C. - Harding, Henry F. (not included: Goodwin, George)

Box 2 Folder 8

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- freshmen: Hodgeman, Samuel L. - Kelly, Edward A. (not included: Ingraham, Daniel)

Box 2 Folder 9

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- freshmen: McArthur, Arthur - Vose, George H. (not included: McArthur, Arthur; Morrill, Abner; Perley, Peleg; Perry, Trueman; Vose, George)

Box 2 Folder 10

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodpile: affidavits- sophomores: Adams, Zabdiel B. - Greene, Charles F.H. (not included: Adams, Zabdiel; Burbank, Augustus; Clifford, Charles; Cothren, Nathaniel)

Box 2 Folder 11

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodpile: affidavits- sophomores: Hinkley, Eugene - Jackson, George E.B. (not included: Hinkley, Eugene)

Box 2 Folder 12

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodpile: affidavits- sophomores: Jennings, Orville - Paine, John St. Clare (not included: Mitchell, Ammi)

Box 2 Folder 13

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- sophomores: Palmer, Edward S. - Robinson, George O.

Box 2 Folder 14

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- sophomores: St. Clair, William H. - Wakefield, George H. (not included: Thompson, Robert R.)

Box 2 Folder 15

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits - sophomores: Wasson, David A. - Williamson, Joseph Jr. (not included: Williamson, Joseph Jr.)

Box 2 Folder 16

1846 Nov, Wasson's account of the burning of the woodshed to the President

Box 2 Folder 17

1846 Nov, Questions and answers for Wasson discussing the burning of the woodshed

Box 2 Folder 18

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- juniors: Allen, Augustus O. - Anderson Edward W.

Box 2 Folder 19

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- juniors: Bartlett, Edwin W.- Fairfield, George A. (not included: Burbank, Adino; Dinsmore, John)

Box 2 Folder 20

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- juniors: Fales, David - Hallett, Julius L. (not included: Fitch, Andrew; Fox, William)

Box 2 Folder 21

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- juniors: Hawkins, Dexter A. - Merrick, Charles F. (not included: Hayes, Edmund; Marshall, Thomas)

Box 2 Folder 22

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- juniors: Morton, Edward W. - Pond, William C. (not included: Packard, Eliphalet; Page, Alpheus; Perkins, Thatcher)

Box 2 Folder 23

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- juniors: Rich, Thomas H. - Stanton, Benjamin

Box 2 Folder 24

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- juniors: Stevens, Oliver - Williams, Hezekiah (not included: Stevens, Oliver; Thornton, Albert; Washburn, Charles; Williams, Hezebekiah)

Box 2 Folder 25

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- seniors: Alden, Walter B. - Leonard, Edwin (not included: Baker, William; Barrett, Charles; Boody, Alvin; Eveleth, Samuel; Fossett, Henry; Hatch, Samuel; Kilby, John)

Box 2 Folder 26

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- seniors: McDougall, Charles E. - Merrill, Samuel N. (not included: Merrill, Samuel)

Box 2 Folder 27

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- seniors: Metcalf, Isaac S. - Richardson, George N. (not included: Metcalf, Isaac; Nason, Joseph; Pike, Samuel; Rice, Richard)

Box 2 Folder 28

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- seniors: Smith, John C. - Williams, Albert N. (not included: Stanchfield, Anson; Vose, Frank; Wells, Howard; Wheeler, Crosby; Williams, Albert)

Box 2 Folder 29

1846 Nov, Burning of the woodshed: affidavits- unknown authors

Box 2 Folder 30

1846 Nov, Clifford's statements concerning the burning of the woodshed

Box 2 Folder 31

1846 Nov 5, Letter discussing the case of the burning of the woodshed

Box 2 Folder 32

[ca. 1846 Nov 7], Student affidavits concerning a fire explosion

Box 2 Folder 33

1846 Nov 12, 14, Accounts of the burning of the woodshed by Ten Broeck and [Jennings?]

Box 2 Folder 34

1846 Nov 14, 18, Letters from Wasson, Jennings, and Ten Broeck asking Clifford to confess

Box 2 Folder 35

1846 Nov 18, 23, 25, Letters from Clifford to Wasson, Jennings, and Ten Broeck pleading his innocence

Box 2 Folder 36

1846 Nov 20, Ten Broeck's response to Clifford's plea of innocence

Box 2 Folder 37

1849 Mar 12, Affidavits on the burning of the woodyard

Box 2 Folder 38

n.d., Regarding dismissal from Bowdoin

Box 2 Folder 39

Series Description:

This series contains correspondence and related documentation concerning the Declaration of Denominational Status. This document reiterated the College's Congregational character, but declined to support any official connection with the Church. The material contains manuscript copies of the Declaration, as well as correspondence with members of the Governing Boards and other interested people concerning the Declaration and its impact on the College.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

1840 Nov 14, Typewritten correspondence - the Declaration of Denominational Status

Box 3 Folder 1

1846 Aug, Letter from President Woods to Mr. Gardiner re: denominational status of Bowdoin College

Box 3 Folder 2

1846 Aug 1, Letters concerning denominational status opinions

Box 3 Folder 3

1846 Aug 1, Letter from Professor Upham to President Woods: financial considerations of the denominational declaration

Box 3 Folder 4

1846 Sept 2, Original Declaration of Denominational Status, plus two manuscript copies

Box 3 Folder 5

1846 Sep 26 and 1847 Mar 13, Letters from C. S. Daveis to Leonard Woods re: Declaration of Denominational Status

Box 3 Folder 6

1846 Sep 27, Concerning the declaration of denominational character for the College

Box 3 Folder 7

1846 Nov, Copies of letters by Professor Upham concerning denominational position

Box 3 Folder 8

[ca. 1846 Nov 3], Mr. Ellingwood's statement concerning the Declaration of Denominational Status

Box 3 Folder 9

1846 Nov 8, Original and manuscript copy of Amos D. Wheeler letter re: denominational status

Box 3 Folder 10

1846 Nov 14, Correspondence of Robert H. Gardiner and Leonard Woods re: Declaration of Denominational Status

Box 3 Folder 11

1846 Nov 16, Correspondence of George Evans re: Declaration of Denominational Status

Box 3 Folder 12

1846 Nov 24, Mr. Gardiner's letter on his view of denominational status

Box 3 Folder 13

[1846, post Nov 24], Re: R.H. Gardiner's objections to the Declaration of Denominational Status

Box 3 Folder 14

1846 Nov 28, Letter from Professor Upham to Gardiner for the signing of the denominational declaration

Box 3 Folder 15

1846 Nov 29, Copy of Leonard Woods letter to R.H. Gardiner re: Declaration of Denominational Status; and Gardiner's reply

Box 3 Folder 16

1846 Dec 5, Daniel Goodenow letter re: his signing the Declaration of Denominational Status

Box 3 Folder 17

1846 Dec 29, R. H. Gardiner letter re: his opinions of the Declaration of Denominational Status

Box 3 Folder 18

1847 Jan 10, Letters from C. S. Daveis to Gardiner discussing the College's denominational status with a response from Gardiner

Box 3 Folder 19

1847 March 15, Letters concerning viewpoints toward other denominations other than Orthodox Congregationalist

Box 3 Folder 20

1847 Aug 30, Report of Mr. Ellington on the schedule of College needs in connection with the denominational declaration

Box 3 Folder 21

1847 Oct 19, Henry Gassett to Leonard Woods re: Gassett's concern about the connection of the Freemasons with Bowdoin College

Box 3 Folder 22

1847 Nov 8, Leonard Woods: summary of events re: Declaration of Denominational Status

Box 3 Folder 23

1848 Sep 4, Statement against the Declaration of Denominational Status

Box 3 Folder 24

1852 June 14, Letter from Asa Cummings re: opposition to the Declaration of Denominational Status

Box 3 Folder 25

1856 Aug 9, Abstract of correspondence concerning denominational position

Box 3 Folder 26

1857, Account of denominational status proceedings

Box 3 Folder 27

1857, Correspondence re: the Declaration

Box 3 Folder 28

1857 (before commencement), Effects of the Declaration

Box 3 Folder 29

1857 Sept 24, Summary of the Declaration, views and outcomes

Box 3 Folder 30

1857 Nov, Opinions and statements concerning the denominational declaration

Box 3 Folder 31-34

1857 Dec 3, Professor Smyth to R. H. Gardiner - Declaration

Box 3 Folder 35

1858 Jan 11, Views of denominational declaration

Box 3 Folder 36

1858 [?] May, Statement to the Boards about denominational declaration (rough drafts also included)

Box 3 Folder 37

1858 Jul 3, John S. C. Abbott's statement of Congregational control of the College

Box 3 Folder 38

1858 Nov, Clippings concerning the Congregational denomination

Box 3 Folder 39

1860 Aug 2, Commencement address concerning the denominational declaration

Box 3 Folder 40

1864 Aug 25, New York- Henry H. Boody's statement re: the denominational declaration

Box 3 Folder 41

1866 Oct 20, Letter concerning the denominational status

Box 3 Folder 42

n.d., Concerning the denominational status

Box 3 Folder 43-44

n.d., Accounts of the denominational declaration proceedings (rough draft included)

Box 3 Folder 45

n.d., Account of the proceedings over denominational status

Box 3 Folder 46

n.d., Mr. Tenney's statement on the controversy of the Declaration of Denominational Status

Box 3 Folder 47

Series Description:

This series contains papers relating to the construction of the College Chapel. There are a number of letters from the architect, Richard Upjohn, to Leonard Woods concerning the design and cost of the building. There are transcripts of some correspondence. A chronological list of correspondence and alphabetical list of correspondents is in the first folder of the box.

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by material type, then chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

Photocopying of New York Public Library material is not permitted.

Correspondence: Alphabetical and chronological list of correspondents

Box 4 Folder 1

Correspondence: [1828]-1839

Box 4 Folder 2.

Correspondence: [1828]-1839, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 3

Correspondence: 1842-1845

Box 4 Folder 4

Correspondence: 1842-1845, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 5

Correspondence: 1846-1847 Jul

Box 4 Folder 6

Correspondence: 1846-1847 Jul, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 7

Correspondence: 1847 Aug - 1847 Dec

Box 4 Folder 8

Correspondence: 1847 Aug - 1847 Dec, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 9

Correspondence: 1848 Jan - 1848 May

Box 4 Folder 10

Correspondence: 1848 Jan - 1848 May, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 11

Correspondence: 1848 May - 1848 Oct

Box 4 Folder 12

Correspondence: 1848 May - 1848 Oct, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 13

Correspondence: 1850-1851

Box 4 Folder 14

Correspondence: 1850-1851, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 15

Correspondence: 1852 Jan - 1852 May

Box 4 Folder 16

Correspondence: 1852 Jan - 1852 May, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 17

Correspondence: 1852 Jun - 1852 Aug

Box 4 Folder 18

Correspondence: 1852 Jun - 1852 Aug, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 19

Correspondence: 1853-1862

Box 4 Folder 20

Correspondence: 1853-1862, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 21

Correspondence: undated

Box 4 Folder 22

Correspondence: undated, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 23

Financial material: 1839-1855

Box 4 Folder 24

Financial material: 1839-1855, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 25

Financial material: undated

Box 4 Folder 26

Financial material: undated, typescripts

Box 4 Folder 27

Miscellaneous: Various handwritten material, 1839, 1847, n.d.

Box 4 Folder 28

Newspaper clippings: Regarding the dedication of the Chapel, 1855

Box 4 Folder 29

Richard Upjohn correspondence - New York Public Library: Photocopies of Upjohn correspondence, 1846, 1847, 1853 in the New York Public Library [No photocopying permitted from this folder]

Box 4 Folder 30

Richard Upjohn correspondence - New York Public Library: Transcripts of Upjohn correspondence, 1844-1852 in the New York Public Library [No photocopying permitted from this folder]

Box 4 Folder 31
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