Papers of Thomas Hill, 1794-1930.

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Papers of Thomas Hill, 1794-1930.

Papers of Thomas Hill, 1794-1930.

Thomas Hill (1818-1891) was President of Harvard University from October 6, 1862 to September 30, 1868. He was also a Unitarian minister, mathematician, scientist, educator, and Harvard University lecturer.

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