Guide to the Theodore Sandford Doolittle Papers, 1857-1930 1857-1930 (inclusive); 1857-1893 (bulk)


Guide to the Theodore Sandford Doolittle Papers, 1857-1930 1857-1930 (inclusive); 1857-1893 (bulk)

A reformed minister and educator, Theodore Sandford Doolittle served as professor of Rhetoric, Logic, and Metaphysics at Rutgers College. He also lectured on arechitecture, served as Vice President of the college, and acting President. The collection consists of three boxes arranged into a single series. The first includes clippings of lecture notices and miscellaneous articles, a printed syllabus for "Lectures on Architecture;" correspondence, obituaries, clippings and related letters, and portrait photographs of the adult Doolittle at various ages. The other two boxes contain works by Doolittle, including clippings of editorials from the weekly newspaper . There are also manuscript copies of , and handwritten sermons. Christian at Work A Historical Sketch of Rutgers College

1.2 cubic feet; (3 manuscript boxes)



SNAC Resource ID: 6630255

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