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COLLECTION Identifier: B MS c25

Jacob Bigelow papers,

Bigelow, Jacob, 1786-1879, A.L.s. (draft to [ ]; Boston, 1 side (2 pages), 1871 January 17, 1871 January 17 Digital

Scope and Contents Correspondence to an unknown recipient thanking him for including Bigelow in the dedication section of a book on Benjamin Thompson (1753-1814), whose legacy supported Bigelow's salary as Rumford Professor at Harvard.

Bartlett, Elisha, 1804-1855, 3 A.L.s. to George Hayward and Jacob Bigelow; Lowell, Mass., 1841 March 22-1841 April 6, 1841 March 22-1841 April 6 Digital

Scope and Contents Correspondence to Hayward and Bartlett in which Bartlett denies deceiving the Committee on Education of the Massachusetts legislature about a Pennsylvania law regarding qualifications of medical students.

Bigelow, Jacob, 1786-1879, A.L. (copy) to Elisha Bartlett; Boston, 1 side (2 pages), 1841 April 3-5, 1841 April 3-5 Digital

Scope and Contents Correspondence in which Bigelow and fellow members of the Committee on Education of the Massachusetts legislature challenge Elisha Bartlett's (1804-1855) interpretation of Pennsylvania law establishing a board of medical examiners. There is also a letter responding to Bartlett's earlier correspondence in which Bartlett accused the committee of doing him "grievous wrong."