Dartmouth College. Office of the President. Asa Dodge Smith (1863-1877)
- Usage: 1863 - 1877
Found in 1352 Collections and/or Records:
Two-page letter from a member of secret society in Hanover to Asa Dodge Smith, suggesting that the faculty offer to make the rhetorical exercises so extensive as to preclude the possibility of performing such parts in the secret societies.
Three-page letter from Aaron Harrison Cragin in Washington, DC to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him that he begiuns Senate term. Also talks about a bank matter that has been settled. Will remember "old Dartmouth" in his distribution of books. Vice president was intoxiated at inauguration of President Lincoln.
Letter from Aaron W. Sawyer in New London, New Hampshire to Asa Dodge Smith, accepting Smith's invitation to attend the examinations.
Two-page letter from Abbie G. Parker in Saratoga to Asa Dodge Smith, enquiring whether there is an opportunity for a St. Francis Indian at Dartmouth.
Three-page letter from Abel Kimball Merrill in Haverhill to Asa Dodge Smith, regarding Charlie's religious state.
Letter from Abener Jones Phipps in Boston to Asa Dodge Smith, accepting the faculty's invitation to serve as one of the examiners at the close of the term.
Two-page letter from Abner Jones Phipps to Asa Dodge Smith, offering to serve on the Examining Committee in July.
Two-page letter from Walbridge Abner Field in Boston, Massachusetts to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him that he thinks they should have a dinner this winter. He thinks more catalogues could be distributed.
Letter from Abram Masta in St. Thomas de Pierreville to Asa Dodge Smith with a statement of the studies he has pursued. (Filed with Mss 865513)
Letter from A.C. Warren in Concord to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him that he is sending fifty tickets good during the week from W. Lebanon only to be sold at $ 2.65.
Letter from Adam Badeau in Washington, DC to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him that General Grant will be unable to attend the annual Commencement of Dartmouth College.
Five-page letter from Adolphus W. Bolenius in Camp Chase O. to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him that he wishes to enter his son Robert at Dartmouth. He encloseds a translation of Robert's credentials from the Prussian gymnasium where he had been studying.
Letter from A.H. Perry in St. Johnsbury, Vermont to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him that he expects to run an extra train Commencement day. Asks for information about Commencement.
Four-page letter from Albert Cornelius Perkins in Lawrence, Massachusetts to Asa Dodge Smith, refusing to be a candidate for the professorship at Dartmouth.
Three-page letter from Albert Gallatin Wilson in Ripley, Ohio to Asa Dodge Smith, asking on what terms he can transfer from Miami University to Dartmouth.
Telegram from Albert M. Shaw to Asa Dodge Smith, offering southern pine at $60 per thousand.
Letter from Albert Weston Moore in Malden, Massachusetts to Asa Dodge Smith, asking for a letter of recommendation.
Three-page letter from Alexander Rolston Plumley in New York to Asa Dodge Smith, offering to canvas wealthy people on behalf of the College.
Three-page letter from Alexander Strong Wheeler in Boston to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him that the best way to approach Mr. S. on behalf of the College.
Three-page letter from Alexander Strong Wheeler in Boston to Asa Dodge Smith, enclosing a check for $ 500, the amoung of Hutchins and Wheeler's subscription.