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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 865376
Mss 865376
Date(s): 1865-06-26
Scope and Contents

Letter from Asa Dodge Smith to Charles True Adams, telling him that he may not return for Commencement but the faculty will not make his case public and he will get his degree. The same conditions will apply to Benton.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865271.1
Mss 865271.1
Date(s): 1865-04-21
Scope and Contents

Three-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Julius Hawley Seelye in Amherst, Massachusetts, telling him that he seeks information regarding construction of a gymnasium, student teaching and faculty salaries (photocopy)

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865304.1
Mss 865304.1
Date(s): 1865-05-04
Scope and Contents

Four-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Caleb Ladd, announcing that Ladd's son has been suspended from college until the summer examination for hazing the freshmen.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865308.1
Mss 865308.1
Date(s): 1865-05-08
Scope and Contents

Three-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover to Laurens Perseus Hickok, explaining Danforth's reason for leaving college.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865380.2
Mss 865380.2
Date(s): 1865-06-30
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to James Edwin Rowell, telling him that if he passess examinations in algebra and Latin, Rowell can probably make up the others later. Writer will enter his name as applying for state aid.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864374.1
Mss 864374.1
Date(s): 1864-06-24
Scope and Contents

Four-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Joseph Addison Wing, explaining the reasons for the punishment of Wing's son.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864377.2
Mss 864377.2
Date(s): 1864-06-27
Scope and Contents

Four-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Charles Henry Bell, arguing for the location of the agricultural college at Dartmouth.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864378
Mss 864378
Date(s): 1864-06-28
Scope and Contents

Three-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith at Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire to Charles James Smith, telling him that he wants Smith to use his influence about the disposition of the Agricultural Fund, that it should be used in connection with Dartmouth and that discussion should be postponed until the next session of the Legislature invited Mr. Smith Commencement.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864379.2
Mss 864379.2
Date(s): 1864-06-29
Scope and Contents

Four-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover to Joseph Addison Wing, talking about attitude of the faculty toward can rushes. Writer's theory of college discipline.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864402.3
Mss 864402.3
Date(s): 1864-07-02
Scope and Contents

Five-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover to John Hatch George, asking George to use his influence to have the New Hampshire agricultural college connected with Dartmouth.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864423
Mss 864423
Date(s): 1864-07-23
Scope and Contents

Three-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith at Dartmouth College to James Richard Willard, telling him that he will be able to transfer to the Sophomore class at Dartmouth but must make up trigonometry. He will not be examined in it. He will have to have a dismission from Olivet.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864570.3
Mss 864570.3
Date(s): 1864-10-20
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith at Dartmouth College to Benjamin F. Carter, telling him that he can not promise that the faculty will allow Carter's son to return to college in the spring.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 864570.5
Mss 864570.5
Date(s): 1864-10-20
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith at Dartmouth College to Lyman Dyer Spalding, telling him that he can not promise that the faculty will readmit Spaulding's son to college. Spaulding may apply again next spring.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865553
Mss 865553
Date(s): 1865-10-03
Scope and Contents

Four-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover to Hiram Hitchcock with a plea for money to aid worthy and needy students to be called the Hitchcock scholarship. There are about 60 in the freshman class, more than have entered before since 1860.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865900.10
Mss 865900.10
Date(s): 1865
Scope and Contents

Three page draft of a letter from Asa Dodge Smith to James Albert Danforth to talk with the Dartmouth College faculty.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865664
Mss 865664
Date(s): 1865-12-14
Scope and Contents

Four-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Mrs. Susan Walker (Bartlett) Farwell, asking her to endow the Bartlett professorship of intellectual philosophy and political economy.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865419
Mss 865419
Date(s): 1865-07-19
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to James Edwin Rowell, telling him that the Committee thinks Rowell will have hard work keeping up with the class but he may come on trial.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 865477
Mss 865477
Date(s): 1865-08-27
Scope and Contents

Three-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire to Enos Masta, telling him that Masta's son has not completed the studies required for admission to the Scientific department.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 866163.1
Mss 866163.1
Date(s): 1866-02-13
Scope and Contents

Four-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover to Daniel Clark with some facts concerning Harry's case.

Asa Dodge Smith letter

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 866269
Mss 866269
Date(s): 1866-04-19
Scope and Contents

Three-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in Hanover to George Henry Bissell, telling him about the student's enthusiasm over Bissell's gift. Writer will have a meeting of the Committee and execute the contract for the gymnasium but what could the college do in case of Bissell's death?

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