Papers of Harry B. Kirtland, 1898-1906.


Papers of Harry B. Kirtland, 1898-1906.

Folder contains letters to Kirtland from former Harvard Law School classmates and professors. There is also a photocopy of a note from Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. dated 19 November 1900, replying to an invitation to a Yale-Harvard debate on 7 December 1900. Folder also contains printed materials: a postcard printed with details for J.B. Thayer's funeral procession,a flyer announcing the annual dinner of the Thayer Club and a Thayer portrait subscription, copies of the 1904 and 1909 catalogs of the Thayer Club Association, and a newspaper clipping describing the funeral of Edward H. Strobel.

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