Long, Clement, 1806-1861
Clement Long was born on 1 December 1806 in Hopkinton, New Hampshire. He attended Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, and graduated with the BA degree in 1828.After teaching at a school in Randolph, Vermont for three years, Long studied at Andover Theological Seminary in Massachusetts during 1831–33 but did not graduate. Instead, he left Andover to accept a position as a tutor at Western Reserve College in Hudson. Long went to Dartmouth as a visiting lecturer on intellectual philosophy and political economy during 1851–52. In 1854, he was offered the professorship of Intellectual Philosophy and Political Economy by President Nathan Lord.
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Three-page leter from Clement Long n Hanover, New Hampshire to Samuel C. Bartlett, telling him that Western Reserve College has dwindled into significance. He hopes to return to Hudson to clear up business matters. Mentions the possibility of Bartlett's coming to teach at Dartmouth.(Typescript)
Two-page letter from Clement Long in Auburn, NY to Samuel C. Bartlett, telling him that he is now comfortably situated in Auburn, NY. He returned from concluding business affairs in Hudson, Ohio. (Typscript)
Five-page letter from Clement Long in Auburn to Asa Ddge Smith, asking Smith to consider a professorship in Auburn Theological Seminary.
Six-page letter from Clement Long in Auburn to Asa Dodge Smith, with an explanation of the duties and privileges of the professorship at Auburn Theological Seminary which writer wishes Smith to accept.
Four-page letter from Clement Long in Auburn to Asa Dodge Smith with further details relating to the professorship offered Smith at Auburn Theological Seminary.
Two-page letter from Clement Long in Westminster to Samuel C. Bartlett, telling him that he does nit think he will rejoin the Hudson faculty-he might if it was reorganized. Mentions the commencement at Dartmouth. (Typescript)