Dartmouth College. Office of the President (1863-1877: Asa Dodge Smith) records
The Papers of Asa Dodge Smith include handwritten correspondence written to Smith; sermons, letters, speeches, and notes written by Smith himself; as well as student examinations. The papers document his tenure as Dartmouth College President (1863-1877) and the years preceding his presidency when he acted as a preacher at the 14th Street Presbyterian Church in New York City.
- 1845 - 1877
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5.5 linear ft. (11 Boxes)
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Asa Dodge Smith, Dartmouth College President, 1863-1877, and clergyman. Contains correspondence, letters, notes, speeches, sermons, and student examinations. Documents Smith’s tenure as D.C. president through his correspondence, as well as some of his own notes, speeches, sermons, and letters. Also documents the years preceding Smith’s time as president.
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