Henry S. Frieze papers, 1835-1920.

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Frieze, Henry S. (Henry Simmons), 1817-1889. Henry S. Frieze papers, 1835-1920.

Henry S. Frieze papers, 1835-1920.

Correspondence, 1855-1856, to his wife, describing his travels and experiences in Europe; also material pertaining to affairs of University of Michigan, including thirty-four letters from Andrew D. White of Cornell University; biographical and genealogical material on Frieze, two reports on his faculty activities, addresses, notes and miscellaneous items, two letters (1920) of Carrie J. Frieze, and a sketch book and eighteen volumes of records of European travel; and photographs. Correspondents include. James B. Angell, Levi Barbour, James R. Boise, Phillips Brooks, Francis Brunnow, Thomas M. Cooley, Byron M. Cutcheon, Silas H. Douglas, James A. Garfield, Samuel S. Harris, Erastus O. Haven, Whitelaw Reid, Randolph Rogers, Carl Schurz, Henry P. Tappan, Julia Tappan, Moses C. Tyler, Andrew D. White, and George P. Williams.

ca. 600 items and 18 v.

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