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Title: Inauguration of Washington University at St. Louis, Missouri, 23 April, 1857 Programs (WUA00015)Add to your cart.
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Item 1: Inscribed, "Thomas Allen Esq. with the friendly regards of Edward Everett. Medford 12 Sept. 1857." Good condition
Item 2: Not inscribed, soiled cover, broken spine with loose signatures
Item 3: Not inscribed, Library of Washington University bookplate pasted in front cover. Broken spine with loose signatures
Item 4: Not inscribed, with annotations throughout. Detached cover with loose signatures. Enclosed carbon copy letters from Chancellor George R. Throop to James A. McMillon and W.H. Chenery, March 30, 1937
Item 5: Inscribed, "Dr. Wm. Newton Mercer, with the best [respects] of Edward Everett. Medford [M - ] 24 Sept. 1857." Soiled and partially missing cover, some water damage
Item 6: Not inscribed, partially detached spine
Item 7: Not inscribed, detached covers
Item 8: Not inscribed, broken spine with loose signatures
Item 9: Washington University Office of the Chancellor St. Louis Missouri bookplate pasted in front cover with notation "September 30, 1935 Professor Holmes Smith, who read minutes of the Board in connection with the History of Washington University, says this date should be April 22, 1857." Date on title page marked out from April 23, 1857 to April 22, 1857. Tape on front cover with note "See statement as to date, on inside cover." Broken spine with loose signatures
Item 10: Inscribed, "Hon. W. Kennett, with the friendly regards of Edward Everett. Medford 12 Sept. 1857." Library of Washington University bookplate pasted in front cover. Soil cover, broken spine with loose signatures. Ink damage with portion of inscription page cut out.  (Gift of H.S. Hartzog, March 1930)
Item 11: Not inscribed, semi-detached spine
Item 12: Inscribed, "Miss Julia this with the [-] Wayman Crow. Enclosed note, "From Misses Sarah, Julia and Miriam Stevenson great grand daughters of Mrs. Julia A. Tevis, founder and Principal of Science Hill Academy at Shelbyville, Kentucky, 1825-1879, To Washington University whose founder was Wayman Crow, her husband's cousin. Delaware, Ohio, May 8, 1969." Detached cover with loose signatures
Item 13: Not inscribed, detached covers with loose signatures
Item 14: Inscribed, "H.E. Bridge Esq. with the kind regards of Edward Everett. Medford 12 Sept. 1857." Good condition
Item 15: Handwritten pencil notes on page 9: "Act 1853 page 290" and "Laws 1857 Page 610 change of name." Broken spine with loose signatures


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