Harry Norman Gardiner papers, 1875-1927.


Gardiner, H. Norman (Harry Norman), 1855-1927. Harry Norman Gardiner papers, 1875-1927.

Harry Norman Gardiner papers, 1875-1927.

Contains biographical materials, correspondence written to and received from family members (especially to his niece, Hilda Edwards Hamlin) and from professional colleagues (William James, Henry Rutgers Marshall, Dickinson Sergeant Miller, Charles Samuel Myers, Josiah Royce, Alexander F. Shoud and George F. Stout), lecture notes and publications (notes for and manuscripts of). Also includes class notes from his student days at Union Theological Seminary and his studies in Germany. Includes notes for and the manuscript of his unpublished history of Smith College co-authored with William A. Neilson.

6.45 linear ft. (19 boxes)

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Miller, Dickinson Sergeant, 1868-1963

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Miller was professor of philosophy at Bryn Mawr College. From the description of Correspondence to Daniel Garrison Brinton, n.d. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 226054851 Dickinson Sergeant Miller (1868-1963) was a professor of philosophy and a writer. In 1889 received an A.B. from the University of Pennsylvania and an A.B. and A.M. in 1892 from Harvard. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Halle in 1893. After returning to the United States...

Gardiner, H. Norman (Harry Norman), 1855-1927

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Gardiner was born in Norwich, England and immigrated to the United states to attend Amherst College (A.B., 1878; M.A., 1885). He graduated from Union Theological Seminary in 1881 and with a travel grant studied in Germany at Gottingen, Heidelberg and Leipiz. He joined the Smith College Philosophy Dept. in 1884 and remained there until his retirement in 1924. Gardiner was a founder of the American Philosophical Society and its president in 1907 and was a member of the Board of Trustees of Andover...

Marshall, Henry Rutgers, 1852-1927

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Myers, Charles S.

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Shand, Alexander F. (Alexander Faulkner), 1858-1936

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James, William, 1842-1910

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William James was the preeminent American philosopher of his day. His reinterpretations of psychology and pragmatism were among his major contributions to world thought, and his work continues to reward study and inspire analysis. From the description of William James letter to A.G. Dew-Smith, 1883 Dec. 1. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 50757824 From the description of William James letter to Violet Paget, 1908 July 29. (Pennsylvania State Uni...

Neilson, William Allan, 1869-1946

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Educator, editor and author. President of Smith College, 1917-1939; editor of Webster's New International Dictionary 2nd edition; author of "Essentials of poetry" and "Facts about Shakespeare." From the description of Letters of W.A. Neilson, 1907-1917. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 76968306 Smith College President (3rd), 1917-1939. Ph. D., Harvard, 1898. Prof. of English at Bryn Mawr, Harvard, the Sorbonne and Columbia. From the description of Wi...

Royce, Josiah, 1855-1916

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Josiah Royce was born in Grass Valley, California, on November 20, 1855. He received a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1885 and a Ph.D. in philosophy from Johns Hopkins University in 1878. Royce taught English and philosophy at both Berkeley and Harvard, and was also active in the study of the American West. He spent a significant amount of time from 1883 to 1891 writing both histories and novels relating to California history. Royce Hall at UCLA and the Grass Valley Library...

Stout, George Frederick, 1860-1944

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Smith College.

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Since 1900, Christmas at Smith College has involved the sending of cards, the singing of carols and the annual Vespers. Smith College's Christmas Vespers has allowed religious and non-religious students alike to come together and appreciate the music and spirit of the holiday season. At this annual candlelight ceremony, Smith College choral groups perform seasonal songs and religious readings. From the description of Records of Christmas at Smith College, 1900-[ongoing]. (Smith Colle...

Hamlin, Hilda Edwards.

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