Papers, 1908-1954.


Foster, Herbert Darling, 1863-1927. Papers, 1908-1954.

Papers, 1908-1954.

Papers include reference materials and guides to the Dartmouth College library, student assignments, and some of Foster's written works, as well as books, typed manuscripts, and handwritten and typed notes on modern European history. They relate to Foster's work as professor of history at Dartmouth College from 1893 to 1927 and his interest in modern European history, John Calvin, Puritanism, and John Locke. Includes the essays Old Geneva as an international power and The successors of the Puritan state in Europe and America.

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