William Torrey Harris Papers 1865-1908


William Torrey Harris Papers, 1865-1908

William Torrey Harris Papers 1865-1908

Educator, author, editor, and philosopher. Letters, drafts and printed copies of Harris's articles, addresses, lectures, and reports, with notes and printed material used in their preparation, and the manuscript of his books.

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