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Fri Mar 21 17:06:35 2014 UTClccn-n896581960.00Members of "The Club"0.791.00Christ stilling the waves: a sermon, February 2, 1862, after the funeral of Samuel A. Eliot167733013Samuel_Atkins_Eliot_(politician)n 896581962618609Eliot, S. A. (Samuel Atkins), 1798-1862lccn-n78096930Harvard Universitylccn-nr93003089Dexter, Franklin1793-1857attlccn-n50037850Jay, William1789-1858attlccn-n50036579Henson, Josiah1789-1883nc-hadley falls companyHadley Falls Companync-harvard divinity schoolHarvard Divinity Schoollccn-nr2002039890West Church (Boston, Mass.)lccn-nr93037967West Parish Association (Boston, Mass.)lccn-n79111538Schiller, Friedrich1759-1805np-hancock, william jayHancock, William JayEliot, Samuel Atkins1798-1862HistoryControversial literatureBiographyJuvenile worksPersonal narrativesBibliography‡vCatalogsMusical settingsIntroductionsUnited StatesEliot, Samuel Atkins,Harvard UniversityHenson, Josiah,SlaveryFugitive slavesGoethe, Johann Wolfgang von,German poetrySlavesTravelMassachusetts--HolyokeUnited States--Connecticut RiverScienceMarylandFugitive slave law (United States : 1850)ManagementMassachusetts--CambridgeProtestant theological seminariesHarvard Divinity SchoolSlavery--Law and legislationSchmidt, Erich,Slavery--Controversial literatureCanadaAfrican American clergyAfrican American abolitionistsMusic--Instruction and studySlaves' writings, AmericanEducationAfrican AmericansBlacksPlantation lifeOntario--DresdenWest-östlicher Divan (Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von)Massachusetts--BostonChoruses, Secular (Mixed voices) with orchestra--Vocal scores with pianoGerman literatureBibleAmericaWorks (Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von)Boston Episcopal Charitable SocietyAlexander,--the Great,Fugitive slaves--Legal status, laws, etcSchiller, Friedrich,CharitiesEmigration and immigrationPolitical scienceBoston Society for the Diffusion of Information Among EmigrantsMassachusettsElectionsGerman language179818621819182018251830183318341835183718381839184118421843184818491850185118521853185418551856185718601862186918711872188618891890193719651970197119781985185169146378.73E12ocn005037822ocn198068613ocn191248405ocn031193527ocn198068773ocn2554084643409ocn011102730book18480.73Eliot, Samuel AtkinsA sketch of the history of Harvard College And of its present stateHistory25911ocn011431037book18490.63Henson, JosiahThe life of Josiah Henson formerly a slave, now an inhabitant of CanadaBiographyPersonal narratives14010ocn085795781file18570.86Eliot, Samuel AtkinsSlavery and its prospects in the United StatesControversial literature1225ocn228669469file18490.93Eliot, Samuel AtkinsA letter to the President of Harvard College1022ocn642660651com18530.88Hadley Falls CompanyA report of the history and present condition of the Hadley Falls Company at Holyoke, Massachusetts907ocn785637870file18510.86Dexter, FranklinA letter to the Hon. Samuel A. Eliot, representative in Congress from the city of Boston, in reply to his apology for voting for the fugitive slave billControversial literature902ocn697710603file18250.90West Parish Association (Boston, Mass.)Report of the committee of the West Parish Association on the state of religion accepted October 10, 18256710ocn011839708book18370.96Schiller, FriedrichSchiller's Song of the bell403ocn000906640book18530.92Eliot, Samuel AtkinsA complete system of education : a lecture delivered before the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, January 19, 1853362ocn013403940book18350.93Eliot, Samuel AtkinsAddress before the Boston Academy of Music, on the opening of the Odeon, Aug. 5, 1835243ocn008934794book18420.06Eliot, Samuel AtkinsObservations on the Bible : for the use of young personsJuvenile worksIntroductions222ocn000717804book18200.97Warden, David BailieBibliotheca americo-septentrionalis; being a choice collection of books in various languages, relating to the history, climate, geography, produce, population, agriculture, commerce, arts, sciences, etc. of North America, from its first discovery to its present existing government ... with all the important official documents published ... by the authority of CongressBibliography Catalogs222ocn005037822score18510.92Romberg, AndreasThe song of the bellMusical settings182ocn260321540com18710.76Boston Episcopal Charitable SocietyConstitution, Act of incorporation, and By-laws152ocn001017869book18690.90Eliot, Samuel AtkinsSamuel Eliot142ocn261121363com18480.70Eliot, Samuel AtkinsDonations to Harvard College from its foundation to the present time122ocn004794931com0.84Curtius Rufus, QuintusQ. Curtii Rufi De rebus gestis Alexandri Magni regis Macedonum libri superstites ad optimorum exemplarium fidem recensiti atque prooemio et indice rerum instructi a Frid. Schmieder92ocn437834663book18430.84Boston Society for the Diffusion of Information Among EmigrantsBoston, March 21, 1843. Sir, The undersigned beg leave to call your attention to the "Boston Society for the Diffusion of Information Among Emigrants," recently formed in this city82ocn026341282book18510.79Henson, JosiahThe life of Josiah Henson, formerly a slaveBiography51ocn041274961book18390.47Boston (Mass.)Mayor's address to the school committee27312ocn085888048file18510.86Dexter, FranklinA letter to the Hon. Samuel A. Eliot, representative in Congress from the city of Boston, in reply to his apology for voting for the fugitive slave billControversial literature402ocn010494751book0.66Goethe, Johann Wolfgang vonGoethes werkeDiariesRecords and correspondence181ocn029873846book18190.76Goethe, Johann Wolfgang vonWest-eastern divan = West-oestlicher Divan152ocn010351163book18490.63Henson, JosiahThe life of Josiah Henson formerly a slave, now an inhabitant of CanadaBiographyPersonal narratives82ocn438060061book18340.76Whig electors of the city of Boston81ocn024858478book18621.00Foote, Henry WilderChrist stilling the waves: a sermon, February 2, 1862, after the funeral of Samuel A. Eliot11ocn051948728visuMembers of "The Club"PhotographsPortrait photographs of members of "The Club," made up of various graduates of Harvard College, classes of 1810-1817. Subjects include Samuel Atkins Eliot, Theophilus Parsons, Franklin Dexter, Charles Folsom, Jared Sparks, and William Hickling Prescott, among others. Many of the photographs are displayed with the autographs of the subjects. All of the photographs are identified and were taken ca. 1855-1862. None of the photographers are identified11ocn606360598book1.00Harvard UniversityRecords of the Treasurer of Harvard UniversityThe Records of the Treasurer of Harvard University document the management and oversight of Harvard's finances including income, expenses, and assets. The records provide an extensive view of Harvard's financial condition as affected by the overall economic climate in the United States, and in particular, highlight the colonial American economic landscape. The collection consists of fifteen series illuminating the progression of Harvard's financial recordkeeping from handwritten fund notes of the mid-seventeenth century to electronically issued reports. The records trace Harvard's transition from a small publicly-funded college to one of the world's largest private universities. The two most complete record series are the Reports and University Accounts, which document the University's core financial activities from 1669 to the present. The most extensive series in the collection, Real Estate, contains photographs, leases, mortgages, and related correspondence resulting from the University's properties in thirteen states, the District of Columbia, and Bermuda. The other series in the collection are less comprehensive. The Records of the Treasurer of Harvard University begin with the tenure of John Richards. Limited records in the form of annual reports are available since 198411ocn077069259book1.00Guild, Mary ESamuel Atkins and Mary Eliot : a memory sketch by their oldest daughter11ocn191279774book1862Foote, Henry WilderChrist stilling the waves. : A sermon preached in King's Chapel, Boston, February 2, 1862, the Sunday after the funeral of the Hon. Samuel A. Eliot.11ocn062995345book18200.10Warden, David BaillieBibliotheca americo-septentrionalis : being a choice collection of books in various languages, relating to the history, climate, geography, produce, population, agriculture, commerce, arts, sciences, etc. of North America, from its first discovery to its present existing government; among which are many valuable articles and rare together with all the important official documents published from time to time by the authority of Congress = Collection d'ouvrages, écrits en diverses langues: qui traitent de l'histoire, du climat, de la géographie, des productions, de la population, de l'agriculture, du commerce, des arts, des sciences, etc. de l'Amérique Septentrionale. Elle renferme un grand nombre de livres précieux qu'il serait difficile de se procurer ailleurs et les pièces officiellesCatalogs11ocn236231885book1.00Eliot, Charles WilliamPapers of Charles William EliotThe Papers of Charles William Eliot document his personal and professional life. They date principally from his birth to 1869, omit the years of his Harvard Presidency, and resume from 1909 until his death. These papers are comprised of materials recounting Eliot's student days, his teaching career, and his early writings (up to 1869). It documents his travels around the world and provides an account of the many honors, awards, and accolades that Eliot received over his lifetime. A considerable part of these papers concern the extensive social reform activities of Eliot's retirement years. In addition, these papers include materials highlighting Eliot's relationship with his family and close friends. These papers also include documents relating to Eliot's biographer, Henry James (1879-1947)11ocn080468792mix1.00Greenough, William WPapers of William W. GreenoughCorrespondents include Louis Agassiz, Samuel Bowles, George Ticknor Curtis, Samuel Eliot, Samuel Atkins Eliot, Edward Everett, George S. Hillard, John MacGregor ("Rob Roy"), Josiah Quincy, John Rose, and Justin Winsor11ocn269523333book18410.10Jackson, FrancisBoston, to the Reverand George RipleyConcerning the temperance cause, and S.A. Eliot's hostility to it11ocn063107552visu18900.10[Group portrait of The Club]PortraitsPictorial worksA group portrait of thirteen members of The Club, a dining and discussion group in Boston, Mass. The members are identified as Jared Sparks, Charles Folsom Octavius Pickering, John C. Gray, Charle G. Loring, Samuel Atkins Eliot, Theophilus Parsons, John G. Palfrey, William H. Gardiner, Franklin Dexter, William Powell Mason, Henry Warren, and William H. Prescott. William H. Gardiner is seated in the center, pen in hand, at a table with a large book or ledger in front of him. Seven members are seated to his left and right and five members stand behind him11ocn191909689visu18600.10Whipple, John Adams[Samuel Atkins Eliot]PortraitsSubject: Three-quarter-length seated portrait of Eliot who was the first president of the Academy of Music and was chiefly responsible for the first American performances of Beethoven's symphonies in America. He also served three consecutive terms (1837 to 1839) as mayor of Boston11ocn526742160book19371.00Eliot, Samuel ABeing mayor of Boston a hundred years ago11ocn062889772visu18550.10Whipple, John AdamsPortraits 1855PortraitsPictorial worksAn 1855 album of oval photographic portraits of sixteen members of The Club, a dining and discussion group in Boston, Mass. The portraits are arranged alphabetically and are identified by the sitter's autograph inscribed on mount below portrait. Album contains portraits of Franklin Dexter, Samuel Atkins Eliot, William Havard Eliot (photograph of a crayon portrait), Charles Folsom, William Howard Gardiner, John Chipman Gray, Francis W.P. Greenwood (photograph of a bust), Charles G. Loring, William Powell Mason, John Gorham Palfrey, Theophilus Parsons, Octavius Pickering, William Hickling Prescott, Jared Sparks, John Ware, and Henry Ware11ocn077069258book1.00Eliot, Samuel AtkinsPapers of Samuel Atkins EliotIncludes personal correspondence, 1817-1861; personal financial records, 1825-1858; articles and addresses, ca. 1824-1861, concerning mainly politics; scrapbook with clippings; and typescript of biographical sketch of Eliot by Mary E. Guild. Major correspondent is William H. Eliot11ocn191909688visu0.10Whipple, John Adams[Samuel Atkins Eliot]PortraitsSubject: Three-quarter-length three-quarter-view standing portrait of S.A.Eliot beautifully dressed. His hand firmly grips a book which is pressed against the table next to himFri Mar 21 15:59:24 EDT 2014batch24188