Oscar D. Robinson papers
The papers of Oscar D. Robinson contain family and personal correspondence, diaries, essays on Civil War topics, commissions, clippings, obituaries, photographs and daguerreotypes and papers relating to the Committee of Ten survey of American secondary school curriculum, including extensive correspondence with Charles W. Eliot. The material documents his personal and professional life. Of note is his handwritten valedictorian speech given at his graduation from Kimball Union Academy.
- circa 1860-1894
- Robinson, Oscar David, 1838-1911 (Person)
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1.0 linear ft. (2 boxes)
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Oscar D. Robinson (1938-1911), teacher. Dartmouth College Class of 1869. The collection contains diaries, correspondence, photographs, daguerreotypes, essays on Civil War topics, papers relating to the Committee of ten survey of American secondary school curriculum, including extensive correspondence with Charles W. Eliot, with one letter giving details of family history.
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