McDavitt, John Joseph, 1847-
- Existence: 1847
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Two-page letter from Asa Dodge Smith in New York to John Joseph McDavitt with the good wishes of the faculty and Smith for McDavitt's success.
Four-page letter from John Joseph McDavitt in Boston to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him the reasons for his absences. He thinks the faculty has been hasty and unjust.
Three-page letter from John Joseph McDavitt in Claremont to Asa Dodge Smith, telling him that he was in Hanover a few days at the beginning of the summer term but he did not take part in the disturbances.
Two-page letter from Robert Gibson McNiece, John Joseph McDavitt, Charles Henry Merrill and others to the president and faculty of Dartmouth College, telling them that the freshman class participated in a cane rush in order to bring about a decision in regard to rushes. The whole class would like to be suspended instead of three of its number.