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Overview: Addenda to the papers (MC 185) of John Graham Brooks, Unitarian minister, writer, and founder of the National Consumers' League.
Overview: Charles William Eliot (1834-1926), educator and leader in public affairs, was president of Harvard University from 1869 to 1909. The records in this collection including bills, receipts, and canceled checks, document the personal expenses of Eliot from 1857 to 1923. Correspondence and accompanying records chronicle Eliot’s purchase of land in Mount Desert Island in Maine for the construction of his family’s summer home. Additional bills and receipts document Harvard College related payments...
Overview: The Frederic Thomas Lewis Papers, 1663, 1711-1951, document the research, teaching, and professional activities of Frederic Thomas Lewis, James Stillman Professor of Comparative Anatomy at Harvard Medical School.
Overview: This finding aid describes photographs, drawings, lanterns slides, negatives, postcards, and prints depicting the Harvard Medical School Quadrange and the Longwood Medical Area.
Overview: This collection contains materials chiefly relating to personal and family affairs, but also includes miscellaneous material relating to Westengard's work in Siam as adviser to the government, 1903-1915, and papers and notes relating to his work as a Harvard Law School professor.
Overview: The Maurice Howe Richardson papers, 1869-1913, document Richardson's career as Surgeon-in-Chief at Massachusetts General Hospital and as the Moseley Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School.
Overview: This document provides a guide, or map, from the obsolete call numbers that identified Charles William Eliot material in the Harvard University Archives to the current call numbers, series, subseries, and box numbers in which this material resides.
Overview: Correspondence, diaries, etc., of Anna Boynton Thompson, history teacher at Thayer Academy in Braintree, Mass., and her mother Harriot Boynton (Sawyer).
Overview: Charles William Eliot (1834-1926) was President of Harvard University from March 12, 1869 to May 19, 1909. He also taught mathematics and chemistry at Harvard University (1858-1863) and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1865-1869). Eliot was one of the most influential educators of his day and the innovations he introduced at Harvard University influenced higher education throughout the United States.