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Harvard Memories

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$66.00 • £52.95 • €59.50

ISBN 9780674968172

Publication Date: 01/01/1923


379 illustrations


  • List of Illustrations*
  • I. The Traditions of Harvard College: An address given in Phillips Brooks House at a meeting of the foreign students in the University
  • II. The Function of a University: An address given at a luncheon of the Harvard Student Liberal Club
  • III. The Harvard Yard and Buildings: An address given before the students in the School of Architecture and of Landscape Architecture in the University
  • * Illustrations
    • Tablet on the Johnston Gate
    • Samuel Adams (from the portrait by Copley in the Treasure Room of the Harvard College Library)
    • General Ward’s Headquarters, Cambridge (from a photograph)
    • Five Presidents of Harvard Collge
    • Asa Gray
    • Rev. Thomas Hill
    • Charles Francis Adams (from the portrait by Hunt in Memorial Hall)
    • Memorial Hall
    • Josiah Quincy (from the portrait by Stuart in Memorial Hall)
    • George Ticknor (from the portrait by Sully in the possession of William Dexter, Esq.)
    • The Botanic Garden of Harvard University
    • Louis Agassiz (from a portrait by Zuberbuhler in the University Museum)
    • Dr. Henry J. Bigelow (from a photograph in the possession of Dr. William Sturgis Bigelow)
    • Francis Bowen (from the portrait by Billings in Gore Hall)
    • Plan of Harvard University (from a drawing by Charles William Eliot, 2d, Esq.)
    • The Harvard Yard in 1848 (from Samuel A. Eliot’s “Sketch of the History of Harvard College”)
    • Map of the College Yard, 1856–57 (from a survey by Alexander McKenzie, Andrew James Lathrop, and Albert Stickney)
    • Harvard Square in 1858
    • Harvard Square in 1869
    • Harvard College in 1775 (from an engraving by Paul Revere)
    • Harvard Hall in 1860
    • Harvard Hall in 1872
    • Holworthy Hall in 1859
    • Holworthy Hall in 1878
    • University Hall in 1823 (from an early sketch)
    • Wadsworth House in 1885
    • Boylston Hall in 1860
    • Boylston Hall in 1885
    • Gore Hall in 1844
    • Gore Hall in 1878
    • President Eliot’s House in 1875

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