Charles E. Tuttle Collection, 1810-1909,1940,1799-1932 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 41/2/53
Acquired: 9/63, 8/96
Volume: 3.0 cubic feet
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Description: Publications of speeches and lectures delivered at commencements, literary societies, Phi Beta Kappa, and Presidential inaugurations at colleges and universities, including Amherst, Antioch, Bowdoin, Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Holy Cross, Michigan, Middlebury, Pennsylvania, Stanford, Trinity, Vermont, Wesleyan (Conn.), and Yale. Authors include Charles Kendall Adams, Samuel Bartlett, George W. Bethune, James C. Biddle, Horace Bushnell, James Freeman Clarke, Edward Everett, Samuel Harris, Thomas Hill, John Henry Hopkins, William DeWitt Hyde, David Starr Jordan, Nathan Lord, Ernest Nichols, George Putnam, Henry Ware, Francis Wayland, Daniel Appleton White, and Theodore Woolsey. The primary subject is higher education. These publications were purchased by the University of Illinois Library, ca. 1928, from Charles E. Tuttle of the Tuttle Company, Old and Rare Book Department, Ruthland, Vermont.