Edward Everett Hale Papers, 1852-1907
|Title:||Edward Everett Hale Papers, 1852-1907|
|Call Number:||MS 74-03|
|Size:||0.5 linear feet|
|Acquisition:||Purchased from Jenkins Co., 1973|
|Processed by:||DAO, 6-1974; SMC, 1-1998; MN, 11-2012|
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These papers consist mainly of correspondence of Edward Everett Hale to various persons concerning the establishment, financing, and staffing of a school in Richmond, Virginia. It also includes other correspondence about speaking engagements, his work as president of the Lend A Hand Society and as chaplain of the United States Senate. The correspondence covers the years 1852-1907.
Edward Everett Hale (1822-1909) was an American clergyman and author who served as pastor of the South Congregational Church, Boston, from 1856 to 1901. He authored several books and short stories including The Main Without a Country. He was the editor of Old and New, a monthly magazine, from 1870-1875. In 1903 he was elected as chaplain of the United States Senate.
Detailed Description: Series Listing
|Series 1||Box 1 FF 1-41||Correspondence of Edward Everett Hale. Arranged chronologically, 1852-1907.|
|Series 2||Box 1 FF 42-44||Miscellaneous documents|