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Josiah W. Bartstow correspondence
The collection contain letters to Josiah W. Barstow for use in Dartmouth class notes for the class of 1846. Correspondents include George Thorndike Angell (1823-1909), John Merchant Sturtevant (1825-1882), Edward Jenner Warren (1826-1876) and Edward Hazen Parker (1823-1896). Subjects covered include the Know Nothing party in Massachusetts, the status of the Nashville Blind School occupants during the Civil War, and Boston's School for the Blind, later known as Perkins Institute.
- 1851 - 1863
- Barstow, Josiah Whitney, 1826-1922 (Person)
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Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.
.25 linear ft. (1 box)
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Josiah W. Barstow (1826-1922), physician. Dartmouth College Class of 1846. The collection contains letters to Barstow for use in Dartmouth class notes, from such notables as G. T. Angell, J. M. Sturtevant, E. J. Warren, and E. H. Parker referencing the Know Nothing party in Massachusetts, the Nashville Blind School and Boston's School for the Blind, later known as Perkins Institute.
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