Peyton Freeman papers
The papers of Peyton R. Freeman contain student declamations, correspondence with Dartmouth notables including John Wheelock as well as correspondence related to Dartmouth College affairs. Drafts and the final manuscript of his text related to the Dartmouth College Case, "A refutation of sundry aspersions in the "Vindication" of the present trustees of Dartmouth college, on the memory of their predecessors" are also included.
- 1795 - 1817
- Freeman, Peyton Randolph, 1775-1868 (Person)
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.25 linear ft. (1 box)
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Peyton R. Freeman (1775-1868). Dartmouth College Class of 1796. The papers contain student declamations, letters from Dartmouth notables includes John Wheelock, and other correspondence relating to business and Dartmouth College affairs, and the drafts and final manuscript of his Refutation of sundry aspersions in the Vindication of the present trustees of Dartmouth College.
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