Dartmouth College. Office of the President. Asa Dodge Smith (1863-1877)
- Usage: 1863 - 1877
Found in 2032 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Asa Dodge Smith, saying Mr. E. DeMeritte may attend recitations but he will not be considered in full standing until has made up the studies.
Letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to John Mussey Rand, informing Rand that he may not return to college after the present term. Filed with Mss 868274.2.
Six-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Darius W. Geer with reasons why Geer's son may not return to college.
Letter from Asa Dodge Smith, certifying that the Dartmouth College Trustees have conferred the honorary degree of Master of Arts on George H. Hubbard.
Letter from Asa Dodge Smith, certifying that the second Lockwood Prize for oratory was awarded to John Edward Pike.
Three-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Jonas B. Aiken, submitting a description of Aiken's scholarship for his approval. Letter endorsed as satisfactory by Aiken.
Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover to Charles Marsh Clay, informing Clay that he has been suspended from College.
Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith to Mrs. Patience Bartlett, telling her that her son has been suspended for oiling the freshman's chapel seats.
Two-page memorandum from Asa Dodge Smith on John Mussey Rand's conduct.
Three-page memorandum by Asa Dodge Smith regarding Hiram Miller George's conduct.
Memorandum from Asa Dodge Smith to the examining committee on the case of J.E. Rowe.
Memorandum of the faculty vote in regard to the disciplining of Parkhurst and Merrill.
Twenty-three page memorandum of the faculty's investigation of the oiling of the Freshmen's chapel seats and of the action taken. Also Hoyt's statement in regard to the horning.
Seven-page memorandum of the faculty's discipline of the Senior class for its action in regard to Blaisdell and Bartlett.
Eight-page draft of a statement by Asa Dodge Smith to Frederick Smyth, regarding the agricultural college.
Two-page letter from Asa Healey in Swanzey, New Hampshire to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him that he consents to his son's staying in College through the term.
Three-page letter from Asher Wright in Chatteraugus Reservation, Versailles, P.O. to Asa Dodge Smith, asking whether a young Indian may be educated for the ministry on Moor's school funds.
Letter from Augustine H. Folsom in Roxbury, Massachusetts to Asa Dodge Smith, asking permission to take photographs of the college buildings.
Two-page letter from Augustus Olcott Brewster in Boston to Asa Dodge Smith, accepting Smith's invitation to serve as marshall at Commencement.
Two-page letter from August Olcott Brewster in Boston to Asa Dodge Smith, refusing to officiate as marshal at Commencement.