Catalogus Senatus Academici Collegii Harvardiani: Et Eorum Qui Muneribus Et Officiis Praefuerunt, Quique Honoribus Academicis Donati Sunt, in Univeristate ... (Google eBook)

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Apud Carolum-Guilielmum Sever., 1866
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Page 23 - ... with their respective dates. 5. What first led him to think of going to College. 6. Places of study and teachers before entering College, with the dates. 7. When admitted to College. 8. Struggles in getting an education. 9. Incidents, tastes, and habits in College, with College prizes, honors, class appointments, &c. 10. Occupations and residences from the time of graduating, with the dates.
Page xxiv - ... relatives whose names may be on the Triennial, or any Graduate who may ever have lived in the towns where they reside : 1. Name of the Graduate. 2. His- father's occupation and name, with his mother's and her parents' names. 3. Place, year, month, and day of the Graduate's birth. 4. Residences, occupations, journeys, and incidents before entering College, with their respective dates. 5. What first led him to think of going to College. 6. Places of study and teachers before entering College,...
Page xxiv - ... respective dates. 5. What first led him to think of going to College. 6. Places of study and teachers before entering College, with the dates. 7. When admitted to College. 8. Struggles in getting an education. 9. Incidents, tastes, and habits in College, with College prizes, honors, class appointments, &c. 10. Occupations and residences from the time of graduating, with the dates. \ 11. If he studied a profession, where, when, and with whom; if a clergyman, of what denomination, when and where...
Page 3 - Of some it has not been possible to ascertain even the place and time of their birth and death ; and of others there is absolutely nothing known but the name on the Triennial Catalogue. In many cases I have not been able to learn if there are any descendants or relatives to whom application can be made for information. In order that justice may be done, as far as possible, to all, and to obtain materials for a full biographical sketch of every graduate, I take the liberty respectfully, but urgently,...
Page 4 - At the same time, no communication, though it should cover many pages, can be too long or too minute. " It is also very important in all cases to have the Christian and middle names written in full, and to have as many dates as possible. The dates, in addition to the year, should always contain the month, and the day of the month, whenever they can be ascertained. " The value of the communications will depend on their accuracy. The sources from which much of the desired information may be derived...
Page 3 - Occupations and residences from the time of graduating, with the dates. 50 11. If he studied a profession, where, when, and with whom; if a clergyman, of what denomination, when and where settled ; if a lawyer, when and where admitted to the bar. 12. All offices, honors, and titles, with the dates ; all societies of which he was a member. 13. If married, when, to whom ; the names of the wife's parents in full ; and the place, time, &c, of her death, if deceased. If married more than once, the same...
Page 3 - APPEAL TO GRADUATES AND OTHERS. " For several years, efforts have been made to collect materials for a biographical dictionary of Harvard College graduates. Of some, it has not been possible to ascertain even the place and time of their birth and death ; and, of others, there is absolutely nothing known but the name on the Triennial Catalogue. In many cases I have not been able to learn if there are any descendants or relatives to whom application can be made for information. In order that justice...
Page 45 - Perkins, William Edward. Second Lieutenant, 2d Mass. Vols., 26 Jan., 1863 : First Lieutenant, 7 July, 1863: Captain, 17 March, 1865: mustered out, 14 July, 1865. Perry, George Brown. Left college, May, 1857. First Lieutenant, 20th Mass. Vols-, 10 July, 1861 : resigned, on account of disability, 30 Sept., 1862. Phillips, Charles Appleton. Second Lieutenant, 5th Mass. Battery, 8 Oct., 1861 : First Lieutenant, 13 July, 1862 : Captain, 18 October, 1862 : Brevet Major, U.

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