George S. Morris Papers , 1852-1889 1910-1915 1852-1889

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George S. Morris Papers, 1852-1889, 1910-1915, 1852-1889

George S. Morris Papers , 1852-1889 1910-1915 1852-1889

Professor of philosophy at Johns Hopkins University and University of Michigan. Correspondence; notes and lectures on philosophical topics, notably ethics, political philosophy, logic and aesthetics; diary and journal, including account of European trip, 1866-1867; photographs; and later materials collected by Robert M. Wenley preparatory to writing a biography of George S. Morris, 1910-1915.

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