A gloss upon glosses. Critical comments on two books by Louise Hall Tharp: The Peabody Sisters of Salem [and] Until Victory: Horace Mann and Mary Peabody : typescript 1956 January.

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Straker, Robert Lincoln. A gloss upon glosses. Critical comments on two books by Louise Hall Tharp: The Peabody Sisters of Salem [and] Until Victory: Horace Mann and Mary Peabody : typescript 1956 January.

A gloss upon glosses. Critical comments on two books by Louise Hall Tharp: The Peabody Sisters of Salem [and] Until Victory: Horace Mann and Mary Peabody : typescript 1956 January.

Also with two 1956 letters from Straker to the Harvard University Library concerning this material.

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Tharp, Louise Hall, 1898-1992

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American scholar. From the description of Typed letters signed (13) : Darien, Conn., to Edward Wagenknecht, 1954-1970. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270868240 ...

Straker, Robert Lincoln,

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Harvard university library

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The University Library consists of all the collections of books in the possession of the University. It originated in 1638 with books left to the college by John Harvard. The library system currently consists of over 100 separate facilities, ranging from very small specialized collections to Widener Library, with its 5 million volumes. Each of the faculties within the University maintains one or more libraries serving its special constituency. The largest unit is the Harvard College Library (inc...