Charles Wesley Willard letter
Two-page letter from Charles Wesley Willard at Dartmouth College to Jonathan Ross in Lower Waterford, VT in which he asks if Ross has given his "draw" of 14 books from the the Frater's Library to anyone. If not, writer would like it. Elections are taking place for the Fraters. The two men in writer's class must be Democrats for the know nothing of the doctrines of the Federalists. Alpha Delta Phi is flourishing.
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United Fraternity Library, Joshua Gilman Hall (1828-1898), Joseph Augustus Shores (1827-1896), William Henry Burleigh (1827-1870), "Blues," "Rowdies," The Federalist, Timothy Dwight Hobart (1826-1853), John Richards (1830-1892), Kappa Kappa Kappa, John Ciolby (1821-1912), Students' Letter, College Life 1850
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