Dartmouth College. Office of the President. Asa Dodge Smith (1863-1877)
- Usage: 1863 - 1877
Found in 2032 Collections and/or Records:
Two-page letter from Alvan Tobey in Durham, New Hampshire to Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, recommending Levi Spaulding for an honorary degree.
Two-page letter from Alvin Kimball Potter in Concord, New Hampshire to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him that he is unwilling to pay $ 34 in order to have diploma.
Two-page letter from Amos Brown in Havana to Asa Dodge Smith, recommending Jonathan E. Brown for an honorary degree.
Two-page letter from Amos Brown in Havana to Asa Dodge Smith, asking Smith to recommend the writer for the presidency of the Illinois Agricultural Cutlure.
Letter from Amos Hadley in Concord to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him that he is regretting that he cannot attend the examination.
Two-page letter from Amos Kendall in Washington to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him abour his illness and that he is unable to aid Dartmouth in the way of endowment.
Letter from Amos Parker Wood in Haverhill, New Hampshire to Asa Dodge Smith, asking that his son be excused for the first few days after vacation.
Letter from Amos Tuck in Exeter to Asa Dodge Smith, enclosing a $500 bound to pay his subscription to Dartmouth College.
Letter from Amos Wallingford Pike in Rollinsford to Asa Dodge Smith, asking whether his son John E. Pike has fullfilled the requirements of the Berwick Academy Scholarship.
Letter from Amos Wallingford Pike in Rollinsford to Asa Dodge Smith, asking for a certificate of his son's conduct and rank in class.
Letter from Amos Willets Wright in Springboro, O. to Asa Dodge Smith, asking to be excused until the spring term.
Letter from Andrew McFarland in Jacksonville, Illinois to Asa Dodge Smith, thanking Smith for the honorary degree conferred upon him.
Four-page letter from Anna E. Kimball to Asa Dodge Smith, enclosing a corrected bill for services rendered Albert Plummer by E.E. Kimball.
Three-page letter from "Anon" to Asa Dodge Smith, advising Smith how to deal with the collision between the freshmen and sophomore.
Letter from Anthony Colby in New Haven to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him that in regard to the Agricultural College, the chances are in favor of Dartmouth. Smith may add writer's name to any paper he sends to the legislature.
Dartmouth College Class of 1866 appointments for Junior exhibition.
Letter from Arthur Marcus Burbank in Hanover to the president and faculty of Dartmouth College, asking to be readmitted to the Class of 1868.
Letter from Arthur Marcus Burbank in Hanover to the president and faculty of Dartmouth College, telling him that if he is readmitted to college, writer will give a truthfull account of his connection with the "burning affair" of sophomore fall.
Letter from Arthur Winthrop Dudley in Exeter, asking for a recommendation.
Two-page letter from Asa Bird Gardner in New York to Asa Dodge Smith, enclosing an application for an A.M. ad eundem. (Enclosure filed under Mss 864415.2)