Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Mss 813513
Scope and Contents Four-page letter from Luther Clark of Claremont, New Hampshire to David W. Clark, relating experiences at Hanover where he matriculated 1811-1813. He had been expelled (for fracus following Sophomore appointments) and describes his appearance before the Trustees and their demands for reinstatement (confession, pray for forgivenessetc.) which Clark treated with "contempt." "Thus has ended my college career."
Identifier: Mss 814215.2
Scope and Contents Three-page letter from Luther Clark in New York to David W, Clark informing his brother that he is "in good health as as prosperous as can be expected in these times of general advresity." Requesting financial assistance, hopes to continue his studied, refers to war. There is a relious flavor to this and other letter (Mss 813513). Dr. Clark noted that he answered letter the same day as it was received, April 28 and encloses $ 25.