Oliver Payson Hubbard letter
Four-page letter from Oliver Payson Hubbard in Hanover to Benjamin Silliman in New Haven, Connecticut, telling that the conditions pf the chemical laboratory at Dartmouth College makes giving any lectures at present inadvisable.
- Hubbard, Oliver Payson, Dr., 1809-1900 (Author, Person)
- Silliman, Benjamin, 1779-1864 (Recipient, Person)
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Daniel James Noyes (1812-1885), Dr. King, Edwin David Sanborn (1808-1885), Mr. Jenkins, Mrs. Jackson of Boston, Dartmouth College, William Lawrence, Benjamin Silliman, Reuben Dimond Mussey (1780-1866), Mrs. Faith Wadsworth (Silliman) Hubbard (1812-1887) i.e. Mrs. Oliver Payson Hubbard, Mrs. Harriet (Trumbull) Silliman (d. 1850) i.e. Mrs. Benjamin Silliman, Nathan Lord (1792-1870), Dr. Hasting of Clinton, Daniel Oliver (1787-1842)
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