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Fathers and sons

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

George Gissing collection

 Collection
Call Number: GEN MSS 286
Overview: Contains letters from George Gissing to various people, including Eduard Bertz, Edward Clodd, Algernon Gissing, Ellen Gissing, Catherine Gissing, Margaret Bedford Gissing, Thomas Waller Gissing, and Walter L. Gissing; third party letters, including those between Gabrielle Fleury and Eduard Bertz; manuscripts and notes of writings by Gissing and others; agreements between Gissing and publishers; certificates that Gissing earned in school; a few photographs of Gissing; and material collected by...
Dates: 1868-1957

Hapgood family papers

 Collection
Call Number: MS 795
Overview: The papers consist chiefly of the letters of Jonathan Grout and of his son-in-law, Hutchins Hapgood, to their respective sons. The letters of Jonathan Grout are mainly about the family business which his son was managing while Jonathan Grout, Sr., was in Congress (1789-1792). Only a few letters allude to politics, one on the building of the Capitol in Washington and another on the national debt. The letters of Hutchins Hapgood are also concentrated on finances and business activities, but...
Dates: 1789-1860

Selden Huntington family papers

 Collection
Call Number: MS 1064
Overview: Correspondence, diaries, and financial and legal papers of three generations of the Selden Huntington family of Old Lyme and Middlesex County, Connecticut. The papers document Selden Huntington's business fortunes in East Coast shipping and land speculation in Maine, his relationship with his son Joseph Selden, breaking up of his marriage to his second wife Jeanette Stewart, and social and religious activities in the community. Joseph Selden Huntington's letters record his years at school in...
Dates: 1762-1914

Walter Langford Smith papers

 Collection
Call Number: MS 1126
Overview: Correspondence, financial papers, photographs, and memorabilia chiefly relating to Smith's term as a special student at the Yale Law School (1905-1906). Also included are sixteen letters (1904-1906) written to him by his father.
Dates: 1901-1911