Henry W. Haynes papers

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Haynes, Henry W. (Henry Williamson), 1831-1912. Henry W. Haynes papers, 1805-1912.

Henry W. Haynes papers

1805-1912

Henry W. Haynes papers include correspondence, notes, addresses, and clippings related to his career as a professor of Greek and Latin, an archaeologist, a trustee of the Boston Public Library, a member of several scientific organizations, and Class Secretary of the Harvard University Class of 1851; as well as diaries kept while a student at Harvard and beyond (1850-1862), while studying archaeology abroad (1873-1878), and in his later years (1900-1912). Among the correspondents are Charles F. Adams (1835-1915), James B. Angell, Adolph F.A. Bandelier, John Bartlett, Charles P. Bowditch, Mellen Chamberlain, Henry W. Longfellow, Charles F. McKim, Clarence B. Moore, Edward J. Phelps, Joseph P. Thompson, Warren Upham, John G. Whittier, Thomas Wilson, Justin Winsor, G. Frederick Wright, George S. Hillard, James F. Clarke, Louis D. Brandeis, Wendell P, Garrison, Charles E. Norton, Henry O. Houghton, Edward Everett, and Robert C. Winthrop. Also, letters from Nathaniel Haynes to his wife from trips to Europe and through the southern U.S., letters from Henry W. Haynes to his mother during his studies abroad, scrapbooks of Haynes's writing and lectures, a volume of anonymous poetry, and genealogical information on the Haynes and Williamson families.

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