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Dartmouth College. Office of the President. Asa Dodge Smith (1863-1877)

 

Dates

  • Usage: 1863 - 1877

Found in 2032 Collections and/or Records:

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 863514.1
Mss 863514.1
Date(s): 1863-09-14
Scope and Contents

Three-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith to Nathaniel Bouton, telling him that he wishes to consult the elders of his church before sending a formal acceptance of the presidency of Dartmouth College.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 863517
Mss 863517
Date(s): 1863-09-17
Scope and Contents

Three-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in New York to Nathaniel Bouton, accepting the presidency of Dartmouth College.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864623
Mss 864623
Date(s): 1864-11-23
Scope and Contents

Four-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith at Dartmouth to Daniel Clark, telling him that if Henry reas the 7th book of the Odyssey, he may return to his class in the spring term. He ought to spend some time on mathematics.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864623.3
Mss 864623.3
Date(s): 1864-11-23
Scope and Contents

Letter from Asda Dodge Smith to William Alfred Packard, asking addressee to give his impression of Clark's attainment in the studies of the term. (Packard's answer appended)

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864655
Mss 864655
Date(s): 1864-12-05
Scope and Contents

Five-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshiren to William Wheelwright, suggesting that Wheelwright establish a professorship in honor of his son.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864621.1
Mss 864621.1
Date(s): 1864-11-21
Scope and Contents

Letter from Asa Dodge Smith to Daniel Clark, telling hium that Henry will remain until Wednesday (probably be written by Asa Dodge Smith)

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865106.1
Mss 865106.1
Date(s): 1865-01-06
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover to Frederic Gregory Mather, excusing Mather from attending college during the winter term and from being examined in the term's studies.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864510
Mss 864510
Date(s): 1864-09-10
Scope and Contents

Letter of recommendation for Joh Tracy, written by Asa Dodge Smith. (Filed with Mss 864479.2)

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864523.2
Mss 864523.2
Date(s): 1864-09-23
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Benjamin Isaacs Haight, William Betts and Henry James Anderson and others, telling them that he will be unable to attend the inauguration of Rev. F.A.P. Barnard as president of Columbia.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864523.3
Mss 864523.3
Date(s): 1864-09-23
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover to Lyndon Arnold Marsh, asking Marsh's permission, as trustee, to make certain changes in college administration. (Marsh's permission is appended to the letters)

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864429.1
Mss 864429.1
Date(s): 1864-07-29
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Abraham Lincoln, recommending Samuel Lankton Gerould for a chaplaincy in the army.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864458
Mss 864458
Date(s): 1864-08-08
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith to Louis Pollens, telling him that he does not know what the Trustees will do. They may give Pollens both natural philosophy and astronomy. Writer wants Pollen's final work on the point.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864459.1
Mss 864459.1
Date(s): 1864-08-09
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith to Charles James Smith, thanking him for his interest at the State Legislature in postponing the disposition of the Agricultural Fund until legislators and college trustees are more informed on the subject.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865223
Mss 865223
Date(s): 1865-03-23
Scope and Contents

Letter from Asa Dodge Smith to James Albert Danforth, telling him that the faculty sees no reason for changing its view of addressee's case but he may remain until Commencement.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865174
Mss 865174
Date(s): 1865-02-24
Scope and Contents

Four-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to James Willis Patterson, telling him that he believes that it would be proper to continue teaching through the summer term even if he resigns his professorship.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865203.1
Mss 865203.1
Date(s): 1865-03-03
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Samuel D. Warren, thanking Warren for his gift of $1000 for the College.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865220.2
Mss 865220.2
Date(s): 1865-03-20
Scope and Contents

Brief letter in which Smith, president of Dartmouth College, thanks Mary E. Gilman for her gift to the college endowment. Smith comments on the importance of training future generations, and the financial stability of Dartmouth. A postscript mentions a speech that Smith sent to Gilman, but the speech is lacking.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865367
Mss 865367
Date(s): 1865-06-17
Scope and Contents

Four-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Cyrus Smith Richards, telling him about the advantages offered Richards' students at Dartmouth.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865251
Mss 865251
Date(s): 1865-04-01
Scope and Contents

Three-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to James Albert Danforth, asking Danforth to send him a statement exonerating Putney from in the taking of the pictures.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865240
Mss 865240
Date(s): 1865-03-
Scope and Contents

Three-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Calvin E. Danforth, telling him that the faculty has voted to ask Danforth to remove his son from college because of deficiency in scholarship.

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