Identifier: Mss 811602.2
Scope and Contents Two-page letter from Andrew Mack of Londonderry, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher, discussing qualifications for tutorship at Dartmouth, and his personal plans.
Identifier: Mss 812167
Scope and Contents Letter from Andrew Mack of Hampton, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher, tells him about the school and situation of Hampton where he is teaching.
Identifier: Mss 812326
Scope and Contents Three-page letter from Andrew Mack of Hampton, New Hampshire to Samuel Fletcher informing him that he is to succees Fletchter at Gilmanton Academy. He believes that Dartmouth is not inferior to Cambridge and may be proud of such graduates as McKeen, Appleton and Worcester.
Overview Andrew Mack (1786-1875), deacon. Dartmouth College Class of 1808. The collection consists of family correspondence, including letters concerning the illness and death of his son, Thomas, letters from his brother Robert and other acquaintances. Writings by Mack as well as a journal kept during a course of chemical and anatomical lectures are also included.
Identifier: Mss 811403
Scope and Contents Three-page letter from Israel Warburton Putnam of Danvers, Massachusetts to Andrew Mack in Hanover, New Hampshire, informing him that Dartmouth scholars have a "want of taste. Another conspicuous trait is their pedandtry, an example of which is in the character of their P___. Dr. Smith's success in 'gouching' astonishing."
Identifier: Mss 811301
Scope and Contents Three-page letter from Reuben Washburn of Boston to Andrew Mack in Hanover, New Hampshire informing him that he is reading law in Mr. Jackson's office. He recommends that writer commence practice in Newburyport. Taking advantage of all that Boston offers, attending theatre, churches, visiting The Athenaeum.
Identifier: Mss 811320
Scope and Contents Letter from Samuel Osgood in New York to Andrew Mack in Hanover, New Hampshire, contemplating reunion at Hanover in June, expects M.A. degree at that time.