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Mary Caroline Alsop (King) Hale letter
- Hale, Mary Caroline Alsop King, 1799-1867 (Author, Person)
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Benjamin Hale (1797-1863), Dartmouth College, Department of Chemistry, Nathan Lord (1792-1870), Dartmouth College Trustees, Mills Olcott (1774-1845), Elizabeth Porter King (1807-), William Rufus King (1804-), Olive Storer (1802-), Hannah Sophia King (1815-), Nathan Munroe (1804-1866), Episcopalians
Four-page letter from Mary Caroline Alsop (King) Hale to Hannah (Storer) King, telling her that Mr. Hale has lost his professorship. Writer feels that President Lord is at the bottom of it because of religious differences. Includes note by Hale stating that Caroline has given a just account as far as it goes; letter of Olive S. King, Saco, August 11, 1835.
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