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Huse, Hiram Augustus, 1843-1902



Hiram A. Huse (1843-1902.) Dartmouth College class of 1865. Lawyer.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

George Henry Ide letter

Identifier: Mss 865260
Mss 865260
Date(s): 1865-04-10
Scope and Contents

Two-page letter from George Henry Ide, Hiram Augustus Huse, Charles Lawrence Hubbard and William Burnham Stevens to the Dartmouth College faculty, asking to be excused from making up the studies of the sophomore year when they were absent in the military service.

Hanover, N.H. to Will, Letter

Identifier: Mss 864604.2
Mss 864604.2
Date(s): 1864-11-04

Huse writes to his friend "Will" that he has concerns he has been taken at the Siege of Petersburg based on a newspaper account. Huse also discusses life at Dartmouth (including "horning" by the Sophomores), mutual friends, and mentions his forthcoming vote for Abraham Lincoln.

Telegraph Operator of White River Junction notification

Identifier: Mss 865265
Mss 865265
Date(s): 1865-04-15
Scope and Contents

Notification from the Telegraph Operator in White River Junction to Hiram Augustus Huse in Hanover, announcing that Lincoln was shot last night and died this morning. Secretaries Seward and Sumner were both assassinated and their recovery is doubted.

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