Tracy, Roger Sherman, 1841-1926
- Existence: 1841 - 1926
Roger Sherman Tracy (1841-1926), sanitary inspector; author of articles on health and medicine.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Letters : Yale College, to Ebenezer C. Tracy, and related materials, 1859-62
Part of Collection — Box: 53, Folder: GROUP 1926, F-1
Call Number: GEN MSS MISC
Scope and Contents: Eleven ALS to his father, written while a student at Yale College, 1859-1862; ALS to his brother, Jeremiah Evarts Tracy, Sep 11, 1861; and three printed forms completed in manuscript: college term bill, signed by L. W. Fitch for E. C. Herrick, 1859; notice of his election to Phi Beta Kappa, signed by W. Hanford, recording secretary, Jun 5, 1861; and notice of his marks for chapel delinquencies, with ANS written by Noah Porter, Jan 7, 1862.
Tracy family papers
Call Number: MS 816
Overview: Papers of ten members of the Tracy family, originating in Litchfield, Connecticut. The most prominent figures are Uriah Tracy, Roger Sherman Tracy, Howard Crosby Tracy, and Evarts Tracy. The papers of Uriah Tracy include letters to his children written while he was in Congress (1794-1806), letters to others on Congressional business, and his journal of a trip to the West in 1800. The papers of Roger Sherman Tracy consist chiefly of letters written to his family from Yale College in 1859 and...
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