Letters sent to Cornelius Conway Felton from various correspondents
Letters to classical scholar and Harvard College president Cornelius Conway Felton primarily concerning his classical studies.
Language of Materials
Materials in English.
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Extent.6 linear feet (1 box, 1 volume )
Contains letters to Felton, many of which relate to classical studies, and especially archaeological investigations at Athens. Also contains Felton's lecture on Aristophanes, 1852.
Biographical / Historical
Cornelius Conway Felton was a classical scholar and professor, and later president of Harvard College.
Arranged alphabetically by author.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
49M-234-49M-235. Gift of James F. Drake, 24 West 40th Street New York 18, New York; received: 1949 December.
- Felton, Cornelius Conway, 1807-1862, recipient. Letters sent to Cornelius Conway Felton from various correspondents, 1849-1860: Guide.
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