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Keyes, Homer Eaton, 1875-1938



  • Existence: 1875 - 1938


Homer Eaton Keyes was born in 1875. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1900, after which he was an English instructor at Dartmouth from 1900-1905. From 1905-1913, he was assistant professor of English and modern art, becoming business director that year. He held that position until 1921, when founded the magazine "Antiques." Keyes died on October 8, 1938.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

"Burton's Book of Brilliant Ideas"

Identifier: 003315
Codex 003315
Date(s): undated

Manuscript booklet with rhymes and ink sketches (Harveyized) by Homer Eaton Keyes (1875-1938).

Clifford Blake Clapp letter

Identifier: Mss 919363
Mss 919363
Date(s): 1919-06-13

In English.

Elizabeth Porter Gould letters

Identifier: MS-1454
Date(s): 1892 to 1906
Content Description The collection contains a miscellaneous group of 8 letters to Elizabeth Porter Gould related to her article "Daniel Webster's Life in Portsmouth", Walt Whitman's reading at Dartmouth College and the College's acquisition of her work. The letters were laid into what was Gould's copy of the Dartmouth Literary Monthly (Webster Memorials 139). Also included is correspondence with William Jewett Tucker and Dartmouth librarian M.D. Bisbee regarding an article on Walt Whitman's delivery of a poem...

Homer Eaton Keyes sketch books.

Identifier: MS-650
Date(s): 1890 to 1920

Homer Eaton Keyes (1875-1938), author and professor at Dartmouth College. The collection contains sketches in watercolor, pencil and/or india ink. Some samples may represent work of Keyes' daughter Katherine.

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