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Table of Contents

General Information

Description of Collection Biography of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall Biography of Charles Elwood Mendenhall Scope and Contents of Collection Selected Search Terms Provenance and Acquisition Information Administrative Information

Container List

Correspondence, 1871-1921 Correspondence, January - September 1892 Correspondence, October 1892 - December 1894 Correspondence, January - June 1895 Correspondence, July 1895 - June 1896 Correspondence, July 1896 - December 1905 Correspondence, February 1906 - December 1912 Correspondence, January 1913 - December 1916 Correspondence, January 1917 - December 1919 (box heading) Correspondence, December 1919 - June 1921 Correspondence, July 1921 - March 1922 Correspondence, April 1922 - September 1922 Correspondence, October 1922 - June 1923 Correspondence, July 1923 - 1924 and undated Correspondence, personal and lists of correspondents Charles Elwood Mendenhall: Correspondence, 1907 - June 1924 Charles Elwood Mendenhall: Correspondence, July 1924 - 1935 and undated Diaries, 1891 - 1924, one per year Autobiography and biographical material Lab, experimental and lecture notes Manuscripts of articles, addresses, papers, books, congressional bills, talks etc. (Includes notes for revisions, drafts, notes for speeches, etc.) Reprints, Articles by TCM Reprints, articles, printed material, magazines collected by T.C. Mendenhall - arranged by author Newspaper and Magazine Clippings - ca. 1878-1924. Some from 18th century as curiosities. (Includes clippings about Mendenhall's life and work and clippings of articles written by him on various scientific and nonscientific subjects, e.g. Ohio and Japan.) Souvenirs and other miscellaneous materials. Undated invitations, souvenir programs, announcements, calling cards, menus, Japanese articles, advertisements, etc. Many from Stratford-upon-Avon about Shakespeare. Pictorial Material. Lantern slides - mainly scientific. Photographs - mainly personal. Thomas Corwin Mendenhall II Thesis on the early 17th century Wool trade. Thomas Corwin Mendenhall II Research notes and early drafts of thesis, manuscripts, correspondence, miscellaneous clippings, brochures, bills and notices, address book Additions to papers of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall, 1851-1936 Some letters of interest selected from the T.C. Mendenhall Correspondence

Thomas Corwin Mendenhall Papers, 1851-1951

Description of Collection

Repository

Worcester Polytechnic Institute, George C. Gordon Library

Worcester, MA 01609

Papers created by

Mendenhall, Thomas C. (Thomas Corwin), 1841-1924

Size of collection

15.75 linear feet
(33 manuscript boxes)

Short description of collection

This collection documents the activities of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall in physics, seismology, geodesy, etc. It contains voluminous amounts of correspondence relating to societies such as the American Physical Society and the National Academy of Sciences. Also contains photographs from Mendenhall's visit to Japan, travels to Italy, Germany, Egypt and India, the Mendenhall Glacier, telescopes and instruments, and a childhood diary. The correspondence of his son, Charles E. Mendenhall (1907-1935), is also included.

Language(s) of collection

English.

Biography of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall

In 1873 Mendenhall, already a well known science teacher, was appointed professor of physics and mechanics at the newly founded Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College, which later became Ohio State University at Columbus. He served in that position for five years.

He left Ohio State in 1878 to serve on the faculty of the Imperial University of Japan, Tokyo which was just being organized along the plan of western universities. He remained in Japan three years, during which time he established a physics laboratory and a meteorological observatory and was influential in organizing a seismological society and inaugurating a system of popular lectures. While in Japan, Mendenhall determined the mean density of the earth by measuring the acceleration of gravity at sea level and at the top of Mount Fuji.

In 1881, upon the request of Dr. Edward Orton, then President of Ohio State University, Mendenhall returned as professor of physics at the university. Aside from his faculty duties, Mendenhall undertook many extramural responsibilities such as the vice-presidency of Section B (Physics) of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a series of lectures entitled "The Molecular Theory of Matter" at the Lowell Technological Institute, Lowell, Massachusetts, and various popular speeches and addresses. It was during this second period at Ohio State University that Mendenhall organized and secured financial support for the Ohio Meteorological Bureau.

In 1884, Mendenhall declined to accept the presidency of Ohio State University and resigned from the faculty. He was then made professor emeritus of the university. For the next two years, 1884-1886, he served as professor of electrical science in the United States Signal Corps at Washington, DC. In this connection, he organized and equipped a physics laboratory, set up weather stations around the country, made observations on atmospheric electricity, and established several stations to make systematic collections of data on earthquakes.

In 1886, Mendenhall was appointed president of the Rose Polytechnic Institute in Terre Haute, Indiana. His three year term of administration was distinguished by his efforts to improve engineering education by basing training upon a solid education in the fundamental sciences as well as the liberal arts. It was during this period that he was elected to membership in the National Academy of Science (1887), and the following year to the presidency of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. In 1887, he published A Century of Electricity, a popularization which Henry Crew described as being a clear elementary exposition of the history of pre-Hertzian electricity.

Between 1889 and 1894, Mendenhall served as superintendent of the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey and also as superintendent of the Bureau of Weights and Measures. The dual superintendency was due to the fact that the Bureau of Weights and Measures was at that time a subdivision of the Coast and Geodetic Survey and became a part of the National Bureau of Standards when that agency was created in 1901. The superintendency of the Coast and Geodetic Survey was one of the most important scientific posts in Washington, DC. While serving in the dual position, Mendenhall developed the half-second pendulum, was chairman of the United States Board on Geographic Names (1890-1891), a member of the first Bering Sea Commission (1891) and a member of the United States and Great Britain Boundary Line Survey Commission (1891-1893). At the same time, he was engaged in relative gravimetric surveys using the portable short pendulum of his own design and began, in 1892, a second series of Lowell Lectures entitled "Measuring the Earth."

Mendenhall took great interest in seeing the adoption of international standards for units and measurement. During the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, he served as official United States delegate to the International Electrical Congress. The Congress adopted definitions for electrical units, and its was there that the unit of inductance, the henry, was named.

Due in part to abuses in the Federal Civil Service System, Mendenhall resigned his post with the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey (1894) to accept the presidency of Worcester Polytechnic Institute. In making his resignation, Mendenhall protested the appointment of men to technical governmental positions as a political reward rather than as a recognition of scientific competence. During his seven years at Worcester, Mendenhall upheld the same high standards of engineering education as he had at Rose Polytechnic Institute. In 1895, he joined the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education and was an influential member of its council.

In 1901, Mendenhall resigned from the Worcester presidency because of illness and went to Europe to recuperate. He remained there for ten years and wrote his autobiographical reminiscences. When he returned to the United States, he settled in Ravenna, Ohio. He was appointed to the Board of Trustees of Ohio State University and, as its chairman, worked actively in its behalf until his death in 1924.

Mendenhall's principal scientific achievements were in the fields of gravity, meteorology, seismology, geodetic survey and standards for weights and measures. His published monographs and papers cover a wide variety of other subjects including articles on the history of science, biographies of scientists and educators, the history of the state of Ohio and its university, and various literary topics.

Biography of Charles Elwood Mendenhall

Charles Elwood Mendenhall (1872-1935), son of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall, was born in Columbus, Ohio. He received his B.S. degree from Rose Polytechnic Institute in 1894 and his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 1898. He taught at the University of Pennsylvania (1894-1895) and Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts (1898-1901), and was assistant at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1898-1901). He joined the faculty of the Department of Physics of the University of Wisconsin in 1901 where he became chairman of the department in 1926. In 1919, he served as scientific attaché with the U.S. Embassy in London and was chairman of the Division of Physical Sciences of the National Academy of Sciences from 1919-1920.

Charles Elwood Mendenhall is most known for his work on the infrared spectrum of black bodies, sensitive galvanometers for bolometric work, the absolute value of gravity, high temperature measurements and the radiating constants and the photoelectric characteristics of metals.

Scope and Contents of Collection

The Mendenhall Papers consist of thirty-three manuscript boxes: correspondence (1871-1924), yearly diaries (1891-1924), autobiographical reminiscences (to 1894), experimental and lecture notes (ca. 1883-1901), manuscripts of articles and speeches, minutes of meetings, magazines, reprints (1870-1923), newspapers clippings (ca. 1878-1924), souvenirs, some pictorial material, and research notes and manuscripts of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall II (Thomas Corwin Mendenhall's grandson).

The correspondence, which is the major part of the collection, is divided into three main divisions: the general correspondence of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall, the correspondence of Charles Elwood Mendenhall, and personal correspondence between members of the Mendenhall family.

The correspondence of Thomas C. Mendenhall covers the years 1871-1924 and comprises fourteen manuscript boxes. It consists mostly of letters sent to Mendenhall but replies are sometimes written on the back of the inquiring letter and carbons are sometimes included. There is a greater volume of correspondence for the years 1892-1896 and 1919-1924, although there is considerable volume for the remaining years. The main bulk of material is concerned with Mendenhall's service with the Coast and Geodetic Survey, Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Ohio State University, detailing especially his work on the adoption of electrical and metrical standards and the history and growth of Ohio State University.

The Charles E. Mendenhall correspondence 1907-1935, consists mostly of letters written to him by friends and colleagues upon the death of his father as well as some material relating to T.C. Mendenhall's estate. The remainder of the correspondence deals largely with C.E. Mendenhall's scientific interests.

The unpublished, handwritten autobiographical reminiscences of Thomas C. Mendenhall were begun during his convalescence in Europe (1901-1912). The reminiscences are a detailed autobiography beginning with the Mendenhall family history and ending with his reasons for resigning from the Coast and Geodetic Survey. They are deposited in Xerox form, the original remaining with the family.

An addition to the collection received in June 2004 spans the dates 1851-1936. It consists of a small amount of correspondence of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall and Charles Elwood Mendenhall; photographs and an album from his travels to Japan, Italy, Germany, Egypt and India, with some scenery and instruments; a few reprints, postcards, drawings, and a childhood diary.

Selected Search Terms

These papers have been indexed in the International Catalog of Sources for History of Physics and Allied Sciences (ICOS) using the following terms. Those seeking related materials should search under these terms.

Persons

Fujisawa, Rikitaro, 1861-1933.
Mendenhall family.
Mendenhall, Charles Elwood, 1872-1935.
Miyaoka, Tsunejiro, b. 1865.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Suzuki, Morizo.
Takamine, T. (Toshio), b. 1885.
Tanakadate, Aikitsu, 1856-1952.

Institutions

American Antiquarian Society.
American Geographical Society of New York.
American Geographical Society.
American Physical Society.
Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.)
National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)
Ohio State University.
Philosophical Society of Washington.
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Subject terms

Electric standards.
Geodesy.
Geophysics.
Mensuration.
Metric system.
Metrology.
Physics -- Study and teaching -- Japan.
Seismology.

Occupation terms

Physicists.

Genre terms

Autobiographies.
Diaries.
Manuscripts.
Photographs.

Provenance and Acquisition Information

Gift of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall's grandson, Thomas Corwin Mendenhall II, in June 1964.

An addition to the collection of 1.0 linear feet (3 manuscript boxes) was received in June 2004 from the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Administrative Information

Title

Finding Aid to the Thomas Corwin Mendenhall Papers, 1851-1951

Publisher

American Institute of Physics. Center for History of Physics.

One Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD 20740
nbl@aip.org

Published April 6, 2006

Encoding Information

Machine-readable finding aid encoded in EAD 2002 by Jennifer S. Sullivan. Any revisions made to this finding aid occurred as part of the editing and encoding process. Machine-readable finding aid encoded in EAD v.1.0 by Clay Redding on April 19, 2000 from an existing finding aid using NoteTab Pro and C++ scripts created by James P. Tranowski (provided by Elizabeth Dow, Special Collections, University of Vermont).

Correspondence, 1871-1921

(Recipient is Thomas Corwin Mendenhall (TCM) unless otherwise noted)

1871-1884

Box 1 Folder 1 July 16, 1871 Correspondence from John Hancock
Nov. 17, 1872 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Feb. 12, 1877 Correspondence from Joseph Henry
Oct. 6, 1877 Correspondence from TCM
July 22-Aug 1, 1878 Susan A. Mendenhall correspondence to Mrs. Tuttle
Aug. 5, 1878 TCM, last will & testament
Jan. 7, 1879 Susan A. Mendenhall correspondence to Mrs. Tuttle
May 15, 1879 Susan A. Mendenhall correspondence to Mrs. Tuttle
June 9, 1879 Susan A. Mendenhall correspondence to Mrs. Tuttle
July 8, 1879 Tokio Committee of Reception, invitation correspondence to Mr. & Mrs. TCM
July 16, 1879 Susan A. Mendenhall correspondence to Mrs. Tuttle
July 16, 1879 TCM correspondence to Ohio State Journal
Aug. 25, 1879 Correspondence from People of Tokyo Invitation to feast program of above
Dec. 10, 1879 Susan A. Mendenhall correspondence to Mrs. Tuttle
1881-1884 Letter Book - letters sent; lecture engagements; memoirs sent & addresses
May 28, 1881 Correspondence from Prince Yoshihisa invitation
Nov. 20, 1884 Correspondence from W.B. Hazen

1885-1889

Box 1 Folder 2 Sept. 7, 1885 Correspondence from Kelvin, William Thomson
Dec. 23, 1885 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Feb. 27, 1886 Correspondence from Wm. Egleston, diagram of metric gauge attached
Mar. 7, 1886 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Sept. 30, 1886 Correspondence from W.T. Sampson
Jan. 27, 1887 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Feb. 11, 1887 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Dec. 15, 1887 Correspondence from Kelvin, William Thomson
Mar. 16, 1888 Correspondence from Rutherford B. Hayes
Feb. 9, 1889 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
July 25, 1889 Correspondence from Benjamin Harrison from Executive Mansion
Aug. 6, 1889 Correspondence from I.A. Ewing
Sept. 4, 1889 Correspondence from I.A. Ewing
Sept. 13, 1889 Correspondence from Benjamin F. Butler
Nov. 26, 1889 Correspondence from George S. Batcheller, Acting Secretary of the Treasury
Dec. 3, 1889 Correspondence from Benjamin F. Butler

1890

Box 1 Folder 3 Mar. 30, 1890 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Apr. 14, 1890 Correspondence from George W. Dean
Oct. 30, 1890 Correspondence from World's Congress Auxiliary of the World's Columbian Exposition
Nov. 3, 1890 Correspondence from Mr. Gould
Nov. 7, 1890 Correspondence from R.H. Thursten
Nov. 5, 1890 Correspondence from C.A. Young
Nov. 17, 1890 Correspondence from Charles Perry, invitation to see Batcheller off
Nov. 17, 1890 Correspondence from Edward Atkinson
Nov. 19, 1890 Correspondence from D.B. Hamson, Rear-Adm., U.S.N.
Nov. 19, 1890 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Nov. 20, 1890 Correspondence from R. Meade Barker
Nov. 22, 1890 Correspondence from H.E. Scudder, draft of reply attached
Nov. 25, 1890 Correspondence from A. Hall
Nov. 25, 1890 Correspondence from A.G. Donnelly, draft of reply on back of letter
Nov. 28, 1890 Correspondence from R.H. Thursten
Nov. 30, 1890 Correspondence from W.M. Davis
Dec. 1, 1890 Correspondence from H.E. Scudder
Dec. 8, 1890 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
Dec. 9, 1890 Correspondence from C.H. Schaap, Secretary, Alaska Historical Society
Dec. 12, 1890 Correspondence from Parker Pillsbury
Dec. 14, 1890 Correspondence from W.M. Davis
Dec. 21, 1890 Correspondence from R.M. Barker
Dec. 23, 1890 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard

January - July 1891

Box 1 Folder 4 Jan. 1, 1891 Correspondence from George Baden-Powell
Jan. 6, 1891 Correspondence from Edward Orton, reply from TCM (Jan. 9) attached
Jan. 15, 1891 Correspondence from Edward Orton
Jan. 17, 1891 Correspondence from E.O. Luck, Director of the Mint
Feb. 17, 1891 Correspondence from Byron M. Cutcheon, President, Washington Association of the Univ. of Michigan, invitation
Feb. 17, 1891 Correspondence from Parker Pillsbury
Feb. 26, 1891 Correspondence from Seating plan for dinner, The Arlington
Feb. 27, 1891 Correspondence from Josiah T. Cook
Mar. 3, 1891 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Mar. 6, 1891 Correspondence from Catholic University of America, invitation
Mar. 9, 1891 Correspondence from Henry B.F. Macfarland
Mar. 10, 1891 Correspondence from Henry B.F. Macfarland
Mar. 12, 1891 Correspondence from Theodore Roosevelt
Mar. 16, 1891 Correspondence from M. Romero
Mar. 17, 1891 Correspondence from Bellamy Storm
Mar. 19, 1891 Correspondence from A.W. Greely
Mar. 19, 1891 Correspondence from Charles M. Thomas
Mar. 23, 1891 Correspondence from B.A. Gould
Mar. 24, 1891 Correspondence from David S. Jordan
Mar. 25, 1891 Correspondence from Alvey A. Adee
Mar. 27, 1891 Correspondence from John S. Billings
Mar. 28, 1891 Correspondence from Henry B.F. Macfarland
Mar. 28, 1891 Correspondence from A. Hall, draft of reply on back
Apr. 19, 1891 Correspondence from Ben U. Austin
June 4, 1891 Correspondence from Nicholas Murray Butler
May 23, 1891 Correspondence from S. He______way (illegible)
June 13, 1891 Correspondence from Edwin Willets
July 1, 1891 Correspondence from E.W. Halford, telegram
July 1, 1891 TCM, telegram correspondence to E.W. Halford
July 8, 1891 Correspondence from Alvey A. Adee, telegram
July 8, 1891 Correspondence from Alvey A. Adee, telegram
July 9, 1891 Correspondence from William F. Wharton, telegram
July 11, 1891 Correspondence from C. Hart Merriam, telegram
July 11, 1891 Correspondence from C. Hart Merriam, telegram
July 11, 1891 Correspondence from William F. Wharton, telegram

August - December 1891

Box 1 Folder 5 Aug. 4, 1891 Correspondence from E.S. Holden
Aug. 7, 1891 Correspondence from Commodore Gerry
May, 1891 Correspondence from British Assoc. for the Advancement of Science, meeting announcement
Sept. 15, 1891 Correspondence from J. Willard Gibbs
Sept. 16, 1891 Correspondence from William F. Wharton
Sept. 22, 1891 Correspondence from Benjamin Harrison
Sept. 28, 1891 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Sept. 29, 1891 Correspondence from A. Hall
Sept. 29, 1891 Correspondence from C.S. Pierce
Sept. 30, 1891 Correspondence from A.P. Norman (?)
Oct. 1, 1891 Correspondence from Benjamin Harrison
Oct. 11, 1891 Correspondence from Wolcott Gibbs
Oct. 13, 1891 Correspondence from William F. Wharton
Oct. 27, 1891 Correspondence from A. Hall
Oct. 29, 1891 Correspondence from Alfred U. Mayor
Oct. 31, 1891 Correspondence from Josiah P. Cooke, draft of reply attached
Nov. 11, 1891 Correspondence from B.H. Buckingham
Nov. 11, 1891 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Nov. 17, 1891 Correspondence from W.S. Rosceraus (?)
Nov. 25, 1891 Correspondence from J.T. Brooks
Nov. 25, 1891 Correspondence from G.R. (?) Billings
Nov. 26, 1891 Correspondence from M. Juarez Guanes(?), printed material about Fourth Centennial of the Discovery of America, attached
Nov. 28, 1891 Correspondence from George Baden Powell
Dec. 4, 1891 Correspondence from Gerard (?) Coffin
Dec. 7, 1891 Correspondence from The Century Co. Publishers, assignment of copyright, attached
Dec. 8, 1891 Correspondence from Josiah P. Cooke
Dec. 11, 1891 Correspondence from J. Stanley Brown
Dec. 13, 1891 Correspondence from C.S. Peirce, resignation attached
Dec. 18, 1891 Correspondence from Josiah P. Cooke
Dec. 18, 1891 Correspondence from C.S. Peirce
Dec. 19, 1891 Correspondence from Simon Newcomb
Dec. 19, 1891 Correspondence from William H. Taft
Dec. 23, 1891 Correspondence from Clare Hunton Mohun
Dec. 26, 1891 Correspondence from Josiah P. Cooke
Dec. 27, 1891 Correspondence from C.S. Peirce

National Academy of Sciences Correspondence March - July 1892

Box 1 Folder 6 Correspondence from G.K. Gilbert - Gilbert's proposals for amendments to the constitution
Mar. 31, 1892 B.A. Gould correspondence to O.C. Marsh
Feb. 5, 1892 Correspondence from Wolcott Gibbs
May 10, 1892 Committee on amendments to the constitution - T.C. Mendenhall, H.P. Bowditch, W.H. Brewer, J.W. Powell, and C.A. Young correspondence to H.A. Newton
May 10, 1892 Correspondence from Albert A. Michelson
May 10, 1892 Correspondence from C.S. Peirce
May 10, 1892 Correspondence from Samuel Hubbard Scudder
May 13, 1892 Correspondence from John Trowbridge
May 13, 1892 Correspondence from C.A. White
May 14, 1892 Correspondence from C.B. Comstock
May 16, 1892 Correspondence from Edward S. Holden
May 20, 1892 Correspondence from A.J. Packard
May 23, 1892 Correspondence from Henry L. Abbot
May 23, 1892 Correspondence from F.W. Putnam
May 27, 1892 Correspondence from Raphael Pumpell
June 12, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
June 18, 1892 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
July 7, 1892 Correspondence from B.A. Gould

National Academy of Sciences Correspondence October - December 1892

Box 1 Folder 7 Oct. 8, 1892 Correspondence from Cleveland Abbe
Oct. 10, 1892 TCM correspondence to Committee on amendments to the constitution of the N.A.S.- H.P. Bowditch, W.H. Brewer, J.W. Powell, C.A. Young
Oct. 14, 1892 Correspondence from H.P. Bowditch
Oct. 18, 1892 Correspondence from William H. Brewer
Oct. 18, 1892 Correspondence from William H. Brewer
Oct. 20, 1892 Correspondence from C.A. Young
Nov. 2, 1892 Correspondence to TCM regarding the Report of the Committee on amendments to the constitution to the National Academy of Sciences - T.C. Mendenhall, H.P. Bowditch, William H. Brewer, C.A. Young - attached note, signed H.C.
Dec. 16, 1892 Correspondence from Edward D. Cope

National Academy of Sciences Correspondence 1894

Box 1 Folder 8 1894 Printed list of papers to be read at the Autumn Meeting of the N.A.S.
June 15, 1894 G.K. Gilbert correspondence to Asaph Hall
June 16, 1894 G.S. Billings correspondence to A. Hall
June 17, 1894 H.P. Bowditch correspondence to Asaph Hall
June 17, 1894 Samuel Hubbard Scudder correspondence to Asaph Hall
June 18, 1894 E.C. Pickering correspondence to Home Secretary of the N.A.S. and Asaph Hall
June 18, 1894 C.A. correspondence to White Asaph Hall
June 20, 1894 Carl Barns correspondence to Asaph Hall
June 20, 1894 Alpheus Hyatt correspondence to Asaph Hall
June 26, 1894 H. Carey Lea correspondence to Asaph Hall
June 30, 1894 E.S. Holden correspondence to Asaph Hall

National Academy of Sciences - Printed Material

Box 1 Folder 8 l. Sections of the constitution of the N.A.S. to be affected by proposed amendments with introductory letter by TCM; 5 copies.
2. May 5, 1894, Constitution and Membership (Washington, 1894).

Correspondence, January - September 1892

January - February 9,1892

Box 2 Folder 1 ca. 1892 Correspondence from A.A. Michelson
Jan. 5, 1892 Correspondence from R.D. Evans
Jan 7, 1892 Correspondence from E.M. Halford
Jan. 11, 1892 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Jan 20, 1892 Correspondence from George Driggs
Jan 20, 1892 Correspondence from C.S. Peirce
Jan. 20, 1892 Correspondence from G.K. Siebert
Jan. 25, 1892 Correspondence from W.S. Chaplin
Jan. 26, 1892 Correspondence from A.B. Nettleton letter from Sen. Washburn & letter from Hans Mattson to Washburn, attached
Jan. 26, 1892 Correspondence from H.E. Scudder
Jan. 28, 1892 Correspondence from A.W. Greely
Jan. 28, 1892 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
Feb.-Oct. 1892 List of correspondence
Feb., 1892 Correspondence from I.F. Moser
Feb. 1, 1892 Correspondence from C.E. Kilbourne
Feb 1, 1892 Correspondence from Charles T. Mosman
Feb. 1 1892 Correspondence from William G. Pickering
Feb.1, 1892 Correspondence from Hugh S. Thompson
Feb. 2, 1892 Correspondence from James G. Blaine
Feb. 2, 1892 Correspondence from O. Chanuto
Feb. 3, 1892 Correspondence from Thomas N. Cridler
Feb. 4, 1892 Correspondence from C.S. Peirce
Feb. 5, 1892 Correspondence from C.E. Kilbourne
Feb. 6, 1892 Correspondence from William Pickering
Feb. 6, 1892 Correspondence from R.T. Taylor
Feb. 7, 1892 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Feb. 8, 1892 Correspondence from George M. Dawson
Feb. 9, 1892 Correspondence from George Baden-Powell
Feb. 9, 1892 Correspondence from George C. Comstock, 2 copies of Resumé Opinions Submitted by Members of the Committee attached. (A.A.A.S. Latitude Committee)
Feb. 9, 1892 Correspondence from The Friedenwald Co.

February 10-29, 1892

Box 2 Folder 2 Feb. 10, 1892 Correspondence from A.W. Greeley
Feb. 11, 1892 Correspondence from G.E. Johnston
Feb. 11, 1892 Correspondence from C.S. Peirce
Feb. 12, 1892 Correspondence from A.L. McRae
Feb. 15, 1892 Correspondence from Mark W. Harrington
Feb. 15, 1892 Correspondence from A.H. Tuttle
Feb. 17, 1892 Invitation to Military Ball
Feb. 21, 1892 George Baden-Powell, George M. Dawson correspondence to TCM & C. Hart Merriam
Feb. 22, 1892 Correspondence from E.L. Corthell
Feb. 22, 1892 Correspondence from William Egleston
Feb. 23, 1892 Correspondence relating to the Bering Sea Commission Banquet
Feb. 23, 1892 Correspondence from A.B. Nettleton
Feb. 23, 1892 Correspondence from E.D. Wileman
Feb. 24, 1892 Correspondence from J.R. Hawle
Feb. 24, 1892 Correspondence from F.A. Mahon
Feb. 24, 1892 Correspondence from E.D. Taussig
Feb. 29, 1892 Correspondence from M.L. Essick
Box 1 Folder 4 Mar. 3, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
Box 2 Folder 2 Mar. 3, 1892 Correspondence from A.W. Greeley
Mar. 4, 1892 Correspondence from J.C. Bramly
Mar. 5, 1892 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Mar. 5, 1892 Correspondence from T.C. Chamberlain, 2 copies of first draft of recommendations, attached

March 3-15, 1892

Box 2 Folder 3 Mar. 5, 1892 Correspondence from E.L. McAdory
Mar. 5, 1892 Correspondence from J.F. Moser
Mar. 6, 1892 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Mar. 7, 1892 Correspondence from John W. Foster
Mar. 7, 1892 TCM correspondence to Levine
Mar. 7, 1892 Correspondence from A.B. Nettleton
Mar. 8, 1892 Correspondence from J. Stanley Brown
Mar. 8, 1892 Correspondence from J.T. Brooks
Mar. 9, 1892 Correspondence from Augustus Lowell
Mar. 9, 1892 Correspondence from Edward Orton
Mar. 9, 1892 Correspondence from W.S. Schley
Mar. 10, 1892 Correspondence from Richardson Clover
Mar. 10, 1892 Correspondence from David Macauley
Mar. 10, 1892 TCM correspondence to Spanish Minister, M.S. Goriness
Mar. 10, 1892 Correspondence from A.H. Tuttle
Mar. 12, 1892 Correspondence from C.H. West
Mar. 14, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
Mar. 15, 1892 Correspondence from David S. Jordan

March 16-31 1892

Box 2 Folder 4 Mar. 16, 1892 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
Mar. 17, 1892 Correspondence from Benjamin Butter worth
Mar. 17, 1892 Correspondence from Walter Mendenhall
Mar. 18, 1892 Correspondence from Augustus Lowell
Mar. 18, 1892 Correspondence from W.S. Schley
Mar. 21, 1892 Correspondence from George Baden-Powell
Mar. 21, 1892 Correspondence from Mark W. Harrington
Mar. 23, 1892 Correspondence from Jose Felipe Jaquarez, Charge d'Affaires of Spain
Mar. 24, 1892 Correspondence from David Macauley
Mar. 25, 1892 Correspondence from J. Stanley Brown
Mar. 26, 1892 Correspondence from Oscar Oldberg
Mar. 29, 1892 Correspondence from J. Stanley Brown
Mar. 29, 1892 Correspondence from James F. Muirhead
Mar. 29, 1892 Correspondence from Richard Rathbrun (?)
Mar. 29, 1892 Correspondence from J.R. Stanley
Mar. 29, 1892 Correspondence from W.H. Watson
Mar. 29, 1892 Correspondence from R.J. Wynne
Mar. 30, 1892 Correspondence from Marshall McDonald letter to Mr. Stockbridge, attached
Mar. 31, 1892 Correspondence from R.S. Woodward
Apr. 1, 1892 Correspondence from A. Hall
Apr. 1, 1892 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Apr. 1, 1892 Correspondence from Henry B.F. Macfarland
Apr. 1, 1892 Correspondence from Henry L. Whiting
Apr. 2, 1892 Correspondence from H.L. Howism
Apr. 5, 1892 Correspondence from A. Mosman
Apr. 6, 1892 Correspondence from Augustus Lowell
Apr. 7, 1892 Correspondence from George Barker
Apr. 7, 1892 Correspondence from A. Hall
Apr. 7, 1892 Correspondence from R.S. McCullock
Apr. 8, 1892 Correspondence from F.H. Mead
Apr. 9, 1892 Correspondence from F.A. Mahon
Apr. 12, 1892 Correspondence from R.J. Wynne
Apr. 13, 1892 Correspondence from Martin Hensey, telegram
Apr. 16, 1892 Correspondence from R.J. Wynne
Apr. 18, 1892 Correspondence from John W. Dorm
Apr. 18, 1892 Correspondence from O.K. Edwards
Apr. 18, 1892 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard

April 1892

Box 2 Folder 5 Apr. 18, 1892 Correspondence from Mansfield Merriman
Apr. 18, 1892 Correspondence from William Orr, Jr.
Apr. 18, 1892 Correspondence from J.K. Rees
Apr. 20, 1892 Correspondence from Nalder Bros. & Co.
Apr. 25, 1892 Correspondence from J.T. Brooks
Apr. 26, 1892 Correspondence from J.C. Banner
Apr. 26, 1892 Correspondence from Richard Clover
Apr. 26, 1892 Correspondence from McGimohn Cutey (?), Brig. Gen., Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army
Apr. 26, 1892 Correspondence from W.J. McGee
Apr. 26, 1892 Correspondence from C. Hart Merriam
Apr. 27, 1892 Invitation
Apr. 27, 1892 Correspondence from Harry Fielding Reid
Apr. 28, 1892 Correspondence from W.H. Gilder, Mendenhall's reply attached
Apr. 28, 1892 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Apr. 28, 1892 Correspondence from R.S. McCullock
Box 1 Folder 4 Apr. 29, 1892 Correspondence from Lantern Publishing Co.
Box 2 Folder 5 Apr. 29, 1892 Correspondence from Lantern Publishing Co.
Apr. 29, 1892 Correspondence from L A. Bauer
Apr. 30, 1892 Correspondence from Richardson Clover

May 1892

Box 2 Folder 6 May 4, 1892 Correspondence from A.P. Burditch
May 5, 1892 Correspondence from L.F. d'Oremieulx
May 6, 1892 TCM correspondence to Professor Branner
May 6, 1892 TCM correspondence to Professor Davidson
May 7, 1892 Correspondence from R.J. Wynne
May 7, 1892 Correspondence from David Macauley
May 8, 1892 Correspondence from Wolcott Gibbs
May 9, 1892 Correspondence from Appointment Adjutant General, War Department
May 10, 1892 Correspondence from David S. Jordan, telegram
May 11, 1892 Correspondence from George H. Twiss
May 12, 1892 Correspondence from Gen-Lieut. J. Hebrishonig (?), Minister of War, St. Petersburg
May 16, 1892 Correspondence from Mary Garfield Stanley-Brown
May 18, 1892 Correspondence from Wolcott Gibbs
May 19, 1892 Correspondence from Missouri Botanical Garden, invitation
May 20, 1892 Correspondence from Lewis McHaupt
May 21, 1892 Correspondence from Fremont Morse, draft of reply attached
May 21, 1892 Correspondence from R.S. Woodward
May 23, 1892 Correspondence from J.C. Meem
May 23, 1892 Correspondence from A. Mosman
May 23, 1892 Correspondence from T.S. Patmer
May 23, 1892 Correspondence from G.W. Will
May 25, 1892 Correspondence from A.F. Childs
May 25, 1892 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
May 26, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
May 26, 1892 Correspondence from Edward S. Holden
May 26, 1892 Correspondence from J.J. Krickhorfer
May 27, 1892 Correspondence from Henry McGraw
May 27, 1892 Correspondence from Palmer C. Ricketts
May 28, 1892 Correspondence from G. Coffin
May 29, 1892 Correspondence from R.S. McCullock
May 31, 1892 Correspondence from John W. Parsons

June 1892

Box 2 Folder 7 June 1, 1892 Correspondence from W.J. McGee
June 2, 1892 Correspondence from Battlefield Memorial Association, invitation
June 5, 1892 Correspondence from Fremont Morse
June 6, 1892 Correspondence from Alex S. Christie
June 6, 1892 Correspondence from J.K. Rees
June 7, 1892 Correspondence from G. Coffin
June 7, 1892 Correspondence from H.A. Nerbert
June 8, 1892 Correspondence from John W. Foster
June 8, 1892 Correspondence from L.L. Jackson
June 12, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
June 12, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
June 17, 1892 Correspondence from George G. Comstock
June 18, 1892 Correspondence from John W. Foster, copy of letter from James C. Carter attached
June 18, 1892 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
June 20, 1892 Correspondence from Barclay G. Mering
June 20, 1892 Correspondence from Walter Wyman
June 22, 1892 Correspondence from Fletcher Greennell Forney
June 22, 1892 Correspondence from Henry L. Marind
June 23, 1892 Correspondence from DeWolfe, Fiske & Co.
June 23, 1892 Correspondence from Mrs. R. E. Halter
June 23, 1892 Correspondence from C.A. Young
June 24, 1892 Correspondence from Marcus Baker
June 24, 1892 Correspondence from A.L. McRae
June 27, 1892 Correspondence from Eastern Yacht Club, invitation
June 27, 1892 Correspondence from Marcus Benjamin
June 27, 1892 Correspondence from Giles B. Harber
June 28, 1892 Correspondence from L. d'Aurig
June 28, 1892 Correspondence from Walter Wyman
June 29, 1892 Correspondence from GC [George C. Comstock]
June 29, 1892 Correspondence from G. Coffin
June 29, 1892 Correspondence from O.W. Court
June 30, 1892 Correspondence from B.A. Gould

July 2-26, 1892

Box 2 Folder 8 July 2, 1892 Correspondence from Fremont Morse
July 2, 1892 Correspondence from I. A. Stuart
July 4, 1892 Correspondence from J.T.B. [J.T. Brooks]
July 5, 1892 Correspondence from F. Collingwood
July 7, 1892 Correspondence from George G. Comstock
July 7, 1892 Correspondence from Charles Foster
July 10, 1892 Correspondence from F.D. Granger
July 11, 1892 Correspondence from John W. Foster
July 11, 1892 Correspondence from Edward S. Holden
July 12, 1892 Correspondence from F.O. McNaze, Superintendent, U.S. Naval Observatory
July 12, 1892 Correspondence from Weir Mitchell
July 13, 1892 Correspondence from Marcus Benjamin
July 13, 1892 Correspondence from W.H. Michael, Joint Resolution concerning the use of alphabetic law in public printing attached
July 14, 1892 Correspondence from G. Coffin
July 14, 1892 Correspondence from Robert Lanning
July 15, 1892 Correspondence from A. Agassi
July 15, 1892 Correspondence from Marcus Baker, handwritten note on bottom
July 15, 1892 Correspondence from F. Collingwood
July 15, 1892 Correspondence from W.S. Schley
July 16, 1892 Correspondence from Charles Foster, letter from Charles A. Harbaugh, attached
July 17, 1892 Correspondence from George G. Comstock
July 18, 1892 Correspondence from A.M. Kales
July 18, 1892 Correspondence from Fremont Morse
July 18, 1892 Correspondence from L.M. Ream
July 19, 1892 Correspondence from W.S. Menden
July 20, 1892 Correspondence from C. Hart Merriam
July 20, 1892 Correspondence from H.J. Noyes
July 21, 1892 Correspondence from W.W. Danby
July 21, 1892 Correspondence from I.H. Stuart
July 22, 1892 Correspondence from J.C. Branner
July 22, 1892 Correspondence from Rose P. Firestone
July 22, 1892 Correspondence from T.R. Helmert
July 22, 1892 Correspondence from T.R. Helmert
July 23, 1892 Correspondence from H.G. Welty
July 25, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
July 25, 1892 Correspondence from Mrs. R.E. Walter
July 26, 1892 Correspondence from Sarah P. Burton
July 26, 1892 Correspondence from Giles B. Harber

July 27 - August 31, 1892

Box 2 Folder 9 July 27, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
July 27, 1892 Correspondence from Eugene Hale
July 28, 1892 Correspondence from Henry Whiting
July 29, 1892 Correspondence from Andrew Braid
July 29, 1892 Braid, note to TCM from West attached to telegram correspondence to Clifford H. West
July 29, 1892 J. Hays C.E. correspondence to J.W. Powell
July 29, 1892 Correspondence from B. Johnson
July 29, 1892 Correspondence from E.L. Mahon, telegram
July 29, 1892 TCM, telegram correspondence to Martin Hensel
July 30, 1892 Correspondence from Johnson
July 30, 1892 Correspondence from C.A. Waldo
July 31, 1892 Correspondence from I.G. Schultz
Aug. 2, 1892 Correspondence from Andrew Braid
Aug. 3, 1892 Correspondence from J.A. Mahon
Aug. 3, 1892 Correspondence from R.J. McAdory
Aug. 7, 1892 Correspondence from W.W. Danby
Aug. 7, 1892 Correspondence from John W. Dorm
Aug. 8, 1892 Correspondence from Clement N. Andrews
Aug. 10, 1892 Correspondence from J.A. Mahon
Aug. 10, 1892 Correspondence from Martin Hensel
Aug. 11, 1892 Correspondence from A.B. [Andrew Braid]
Aug. 11, 1892 Correspondence from Charles A. Schott
Aug. 15, 1892 Correspondence from G. Coffin
Aug. 15, 1892 Correspondence from J.A. Flemer
Aug. 15, 1892 Correspondence from Robert Foster
Aug. 15, 1892 Correspondence from Fremont Morse
Aug. 16, 1892 Correspondence from Giles B. Harber
Aug. 18, 1892 Correspondence from Martin Hensel, note from Charles A. Schott, attached
Aug. 19, 1892 Correspondence from Fremont Morse
Aug. 21, 1892 Correspondence from Fremont Ackerman
Aug. 21, 1892 Correspondence from Benjamin F. Thomas, the Livingston Rochester, telegram; telegram to Martin Hensel attached
Aug. 22, 1892 Correspondence from Brown Aynes
Aug. 22, 1892 Correspondence from Martin Hensel
Aug. 24, 1892 Correspondence from John W. Foster
Aug. 26, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
Aug. 31, 1892 Correspondence from J.G. Bolles
Aug. 31, 1892 TCM, notes on latitude work attached, correspondence to Dr. Helmert

September 2-14, 1892

Box 2 Folder 10 Sept. 1892 American Institute of Mining Engineers, circular No. 5
Sept. 2, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
Sept. 5, 1892 James A. Greer, Geo. W. Coffin, F.A. Mahan correspondence to The Light House Board
Sept. 6, 1892 Correspondence from Jos. S. Fay, monograph The Track of the Norseman attached, explains spelling of Wood's Holl, (Boston, 1882)
Sept. 10, 1892 Correspondence from E.J.M. Hurlbut
Sept. 12, 1892 Correspondence from A.T. Mosman
Sept. 13, 1892 Correspondence from L.A. Bauer
Sept. 14, 1892 Correspondence from William Cox, editor of the Compass
Sept. 14, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson

September 15-31, 1892

Box 2 Folder 11 Sept. 15, 1892 Correspondence from H.S. Carhart
Sept. 15, 1892 Correspondence from George W. Coffin
Sept. 16, 1892 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
Sept. 19, 1892 Correspondence from George J. Barker
Sept. 20, 1892 Correspondence from E.S. Holden
Sept. 20, 1892 Correspondence from H.S. Pritchett
Sept. 21, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
Sept. 21, 1892 Correspondence from John W. Foster, letter from Michael H. Herbert to Foster & Convention for the survey of the Alaska boundary line attached
Sept. 23, 1892 Correspondence from C.E. Dutton
Sept. 23, 1892 Correspondence from H.H. Turner
Sept. 24, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
Sept. 26, 1892 TCM correspondence to J.T. Brooks
Sept. 26, 1892 Correspondence from L.T. Michener
Sept. 27, 1892 Correspondence from George W. Coffin
Sept. 27, 1892 Correspondence from A. Hall
Sept. 27, 1892 Correspondence from Selim H. Peabody
Sept. 27, 1892 Correspondence from Julius Bien & Co.
Sept. 27, 1892 Correspondence from C.A. Young
Sept. 28, 1892 Correspondence from Bolles & Dunbar
Sept. 29, 1892 Correspondence from J.T. Brooks, printed itinerary for J.T. Brooks & family attached
Sept. 29, 1892 Correspondence from A.W. Greeley
Sept. 29, 1892 Correspondence from R.J. Wynne
Sept. 30, 1892 Correspondence from J.T. Brooks

Correspondence, October 1892 - December 1894

October 1-15, 1892

Box 3 Folder 1 Oct. 1, 1892 Correspondence from H.C. Lord
Oct. 3, 1892 TCM, rough draft attached, correspondence to President, U.S.
Oct. 4, 1892 Correspondence from George J. Barker
Oct. 4, 1892 Correspondence from N.H. Winchell
Oct. 5, 1892 Correspondence from Thomas Gray
Oct. 5, 1892 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Oct. 5, 1892 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Oct. 5, 1892 Correspondence from Benjamin F. Thomas
Oct. 6, 1892 Correspondence from C.E. Dutton
Oct. 6, 1892 Correspondence from M.A. Hanna
Oct. 7, 1892 Correspondence from Reuben Erwin
Oct. 8, 1892 Correspondence from Charles C. Bonney
Oct. 8, 1892 Correspondence from George Davidson
Oct. 10, 1892 Correspondence from Bolles & Dunbar
Oct. 10, 1892 Correspondence from J.C. Gilchrist
Oct. 10, 1892 Correspondence from A. Hall
Oct. 10, 1892 Correspondence from W.I. King
Oct. 10, 1892 Correspondence from H.C. Lord
Oct. 10, 1892 Correspondence from Mary L.D. Putnam
Oct. 14, 1892 Correspondence from George W. Coffin
Oct. 14, 1892 Correspondence from B.E. Cotting
Oct. 14, 1892 Correspondence from M.A. Hanna
Oct. 14, 1892 Correspondence from H.S. Pritchett
Oct. 14, 1892 Correspondence from M.L.D. Putnam
Oct. 15, 1892 Correspondence from A. Agassi
Oct. 15, 1892 Correspondence from Sue McLaughlin
Oct. 15, 1892 Correspondence from Frank A. Wolff

October 18 - November 14, 1892

Box 3 Folder 2 Oct. 18, 1892 Correspondence from N.H. Winchell
Oct. 20, 1892 Correspondence from William F. Wharton, letter from Michael H. Herbert (Oct. 14), report of the Privy Council (Oct. 1), & Convention for the survey of the Alaska boundary, attached
Oct. 21, 1892 Correspondence from C.H. West
Oct. 22, 1892 Correspondence from Simon Newcomb
Oct. 25, 1892 Correspondence from H.V. Boynton
Oct. 25, 1892 Correspondence from D.P. Heap, memorandum describing available clocks attached
Oct. 25, 1892 Correspondence from Alexander McAdie
Oct. 26, 1892 Correspondence from George W. Coffin
Oct. 26, 1892 Correspondence from George W. Coffin
Oct. 26, 1892 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Oct. 27, 1892 Correspondence from Ira Remsen, invitation
Oct. 27, 1892 Correspondence from W. Williams
Oct. 28, 1892 Correspondence from D.P. Heap
Oct. 31, 1892 Correspondence from Henry A. Rowland, invitation
Oct. 31, 1892 Correspondence from R.J. Wynne
Nov. 1, 1892 Correspondence from The University Club, pass
Nov. 5, 1892 Correspondence from George Baden-Powell
Nov. 7, 1892 Correspondence from W.J. McGee
Nov. 7, 1892 Correspondence from W.S. Schley
Nov. 9, 1892 Correspondence from Charles C. Bonney
Nov. 9, 1892 Correspondence from Eugene Hale
Nov. 10, 1892 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
Nov. 12, 1892 Correspondence from G. Q. Billings
Nov. 14, 1892 Correspondence from University Club, invitation
Nov. 16, 1892 Correspondence from C.E. Mitchell
Nov. 16, 1892 Correspondence from Henry Mitchell
Nov. 16, 1892 Correspondence from St. Botolph Club, pass.

November 16 - December 14, 1892

Box 3 Folder 3 Nov. 17, 1892 Correspondence from Catherine S. Greenough
Nov. 17, 1892 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Nov. 17, 1892 Correspondence from Somerset Club, pass, at request of A.L. Rotch
Nov. 18, 1892 Correspondence from George L. Goodaer
Nov. 19, 1892 Correspondence from John W. Foster
Nov. 19, 1892 Correspondence from R.A. Alger 2 letters from O.M. Poe to R.A. Alger (Nov. 9, 7) attached, correspondence to Charles Foster
Nov. 20, 1892 Correspondence from Union Club invitation, Henry H. Buck
Nov. 20, 1892 Correspondence from Union Club, week pass
Nov. 22, 1892 Correspondence from John W. Foster
Nov. 25, 1892 Correspondence from Marcus Benjamin, statement & table of color compositions for Standard Dictionary, attached
Nov. 28, 1892 Correspondence from George M. Dawson
Nov. 28, 1892 Correspondence from Rideau Club, week pass, from G.M. Dawson
Nov. 28, 1892 Correspondence from George M. Dawson
Nov. 28, 1892 Justin Winsor correspondence to E.S. Morse
Nov. 30, 1892 Correspondence from James A. Greer
Nov. 30, 1892 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
Dec. 3, 1892 Correspondence from A. Hall
Dec. 6, 1892 Correspondence from A. Hall
Dec. 12, 1892 Correspondence from O.M. Poe
Dec. 12, 1892 Correspondence from R.J. Wynne
Dec. 13, 1892 Correspondence from H.S. Carhart
Dec. 13, 1892 Correspondence from Clarence E. Young
Dec. 14, 1892 Correspondence from Alexander McAdie, photograph attached

December 16-30, 1892

Box 3 Folder 4 Dec. 16, 1892 Correspondence from Henry A. Rowland, original & Xeroxed copies
Dec. 17, 1892 Correspondence from A. Hall
Dec. 20, 1892 Correspondence from A. Hall
Dec. 21, 1892 Correspondence from E.W. Halford
Dec. 21, 1892 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
Dec. 22, 1892 Correspondence from John W. Foster
Dec. 22, 1892 Correspondence from Francis A. Walker
Dec. 26, 1892 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard, invitation
Dec. 26, 1892 Correspondence from A.B. Nettleton
Dec. 29, 1892 Correspondence from W.C. Dodge, printed letter from W.L. Wilson to Dodge (April 19, 1887) attached
Dec. 29, 1892 Correspondence from George Y. Wisner
Dec. 30, 1892 Correspondence from H.S. Carhart
Dec. 30, 1892 Correspondence from George A. Cunan, excerpt from "Ware's Reports 1822-1829", attached

January 1893

Box 3 Folder 5 Jan. 4, 1893 Correspondence from Charles C. Bonney
Jan. 5, 1893 Correspondence from R.D. Evans
Jan. 5, 1893 Correspondence from Selim A. Peabody
Jan. 6, 1893 Correspondence from Wm. T. Harris, Commissioner, Bureau of Education, Wash. D.C.
Jan. 6, 1893 Correspondence from George Y. Wisner
Jan. 7, 1893 Correspondence from Charles M. Thomas
Jan. 7, 1893 Correspondence from David Wallace, list of witnesses testifying to his sanity, attached
Jan. 12 & 13, 1893 TCM, rough draft. Notes made on court trial & testimony of Capt. Coffin. Correspondence to Inquiry of Com. Hegerman & Col. Ludlow
Jan. 13, 1893 Correspondence from Selim H. Peabody
Jan. 15, 1893 Correspondence from Prof. Lamb
Jan. 21, 1893 Correspondence from Werner Guess, program for gramophone demonstration, attached
Jan. 21, 1893 Correspondence from Benjamin F. Thomas
Jan. 25, 1893 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
Jan. 26, 1893 Correspondence from Charles Foster
Jan. 28, 1893 Correspondence from Swiss Minister; letter introducing Paul Romer
Jan. 30, 1893 Correspondence from The Carroll Institute, invitation

February 2 - March 14, 1893

Box 3 Folder 6 Feb. 2, 1893 Correspondence from H.H. Turner
Feb. 3, 1893 Correspondence from David S. Jordan
Feb. 6, 1893 Correspondence from James D. Dana
Feb. 8, 1893 Correspondence from J. Stanley Brown
Feb. 9, 1893 Correspondence from A.H. Tuttle
Feb. 10, 1893 Correspondence from W.S. Chaplin
Feb. 13, 1893 Correspondence from F.A. Mahan
Feb. 15, 1893 Correspondence from R.D. Evans
Feb. 16, 1893 Correspondence from Robert Fletcher
Feb. 16, 1893 Correspondence from Edward L. Nichols
Feb. 17, 1893 Correspondence from David S. Jordan
Feb. 20, 1893 Correspondence from Doctor Toner, invitation
Feb. 21, 1893 Correspondence from Ira Remsen
Feb. 23, 1893 Correspondence from Jeffrey R. Brackett
Feb. 23, 1893 Correspondence from Eugene Hale
Feb. 25, 1893 Correspondence from Ira Remsen
Feb. 27, 1893 Correspondence from Ira Remsen
Feb. 28, 1893 Correspondence from Jeffrey R. Brackett
Mar. 2, 1893 Correspondence from E.W. Halford
Mar. 2, 1893 Correspondence from E.W. Halford
Mar. 3, 1893 An act establishing a standard gauge for sheet & plate iron & steel
Mar. 3, 1893 Correspondence from Henry W. Blair
Mar. 4, 1893 Correspondence from Jeffrey R. Brackett
Mar. 5, 1893 Correspondence from Theodore Roosevelt
Mar. 8, 1893 Correspondence from A.E. Kennelly
March 8, 1893 Correspondence from H.S. Pritchett
Mar. 10, 1893 Correspondence from David S. Jordan
Mar. 14, 1893 Correspondence from Bar of the District & the University Club, invitation

March 17 - April 29, 1893

Box 3 Folder 7 Mar. 17, 1893 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Mar. 17, 1893 Correspondence from Jeff F. Moser
Mar. 21, 1893 Correspondence from Marcus Benjamin, letters from W.T. Harris & Funk Wagnalls, enclosed
Mar. 25, 1893 Correspondence from Richard N. Brooke
Mar. 29, 1893 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard, letter from W. I. Hans, enclosed
Apr. 2, 1893 Correspondence from Theodore W. Noyes, Sec., Sanitary League, (J.S. Billings, Chairman)
Apr. 4, 1893 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard, invitation
Apr. 5, 1893 Correspondence from E.S. Holden
Apr. 6, 1893 Correspondence from C. de Grandprey
Apr. 6, 1893 Correspondence from A. Hall, list of papers to be read at the National Academy of Sciences April Meeting, 1893, attached
Apr. 8, 1893 Correspondence from A. Hall
Apr. 8, 1893 Correspondence from Wilbur B. Marple
Apr. 12, 1893 Correspondence from A. Hall
Apr. 15, 1893 Correspondence from F.H. Newell
Apr. 18, 1893 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Apr. 22, 1893 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard, invitation
Apr. 23, 1893 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
Apr. 23, 1893 Correspondence from W.W. Rorkhill
Apr. 24, 1893 Correspondence from Marcus Benjamin
Apr. 25, 1893 Correspondence from John A. Brashear, Apr. 26 letter attached
Apr. 25, 1893 Correspondence from W.I. Harris
Apr. 27, 1893 Correspondence from Alexander Graham Bell, invitation
Apr. 29, 1893 Correspondence from George F. Barker
Apr. 29, 1893 Correspondence from O.C. Marsh
Apr. 29, 1893 Correspondence from W.W. Rorkhill

May 1 - November 17, 1893

Box 3 Folder 8 May 1, 1893 Correspondence from John A. Brashear
May 1, 1893 Correspondence from Frances H. Smith
May 1, 1893 Correspondence from H.S. Pritchett
May 3, 1893 Correspondence from G.T. Dunlop
May 3, 1893 Correspondence from W.J. McGee
May 4, 1893 Correspondence from Theodore Roosevelt
May 5, 1893 Correspondence from H.S. Pritchett
May 8, 1893 Correspondence from John F. Hayford
May 10, 1893 Correspondence from O.C. Marsh
May 11, 1893 Correspondence from H.M. Wilson
May 13, 1893 Correspondence from W.W. Rorkhill
May 13, 1893 Correspondence from Arthur G. Webster
May 16, 1893 TCM, draft correspondence to J.C. Willing
May 17, 1893 Correspondence from Henry Garrett
May 17, 1893 Correspondence from Henry A. Rowland
May 23, 1893 Correspondence from Cleveland Abbe
May 25, 1893 Correspondence from H.S. Pritchett
May 25, 1893 Correspondence from Horace Smith
June 1, 1893 Correspondence from Lafayette C. Loomis, provisions for prizes & proposed charter for Loomis Institute, attached
June 8, 1893 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
June 13, 1893 Correspondence from W.I. Hans
June 19, 1893 Correspondence from J.A. Mahan
June 20, 1893 Correspondence from Dr. Ernst Leyst
Aug. 10, 1893 Correspondence from C. Marvin
Aug. 21, 1893 Correspondence from DeHorges
Nov. 17, 1893 Correspondence from Penrod Lowell
Sept. 14, 1893 Correspondence from Dr. H. von Helmholtz
Nov. 17, 1893 Correspondence from Penrod Lowell

January 2 - November 16, 1894

Box 3 Folder 9 Jan. 2, 1894 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Jan 3, 1894 Correspondence from C. Leo Mees
Jan. 5, 1894 Correspondence from I.T. Morgan
Jan. 12, 1894 Correspondence from Frank Abom '72
Jan. 14, 1894 Correspondence from C.R. Putnam
Feb. 13, 1894 Correspondence from David W. Mitchell
Feb. 15, 1894 Correspondence from David W. Mitchell
Mar. 6, 1894 Correspondence from David W. Mitchell
Apr., 1894 Correspondence from Henry A. Rowland
Apr. 13, 1894 Correspondence from University Club, announcement, invitation
Sept. 1, 1894 Correspondence from John Milne
Sept. 6, 1894 Joseph H. Purry correspondence to George I. Alden
Sept. 8, 1894 Correspondence from the Family of Dr. Hermann von Helmholtz, death notice
Sept. 20, 1894 Correspondence from J.G. Carligde, Sec., Treasury Dept.
Oct. 13, 1894 Correspondence from W.E. Ayrton
Oct. 15, 1894 Correspondence from Cleveland Abbe
Oct. 20, 1894 Correspondence from George F.F. Wilde
Oct. 28, 1894 Correspondence from J.T. Brooks
Oct. 29, 1894 Correspondence from Cleveland Abbe
Nov. 1, 1894 Correspondence from Richard Mildenhall
Nov. 6, 1894 Correspondence from Charles S. Walcott
Nov. 9, 1894 Correspondence from James S. Greer
Nov. 9, 1894 Correspondence from George F.F. Wilde
Nov. 15, 1894 Correspondence from J. Stanley Brown
Nov. 16, 1894 Correspondence from O.C. Marsh

November 19-December 26, 1894

Box 3 Folder 10 Nov. 19, 1894 Correspondence from W.I. King
Nov. 19, 1894 TCM, 6 copies of correspondence to Professor Marsh
Nov. 19, 1894 Correspondence from H.A. Rowland
Nov. 19, 1894 Correspondence from Charles S. Walcott
Nov. 23, 1894 Correspondence from O.C. Marsh
Nov. 23, 1894 Correspondence from Henry A. Rowland
Nov. 25, 1894 Correspondence from Francis E. Leupp, ed., Good Government
Nov. 30, 1894 Correspondence from Jeff F. Moser
Dec. 6, 1894 Correspondence from J. Stanley Brown
Dec. 7, 1894 Correspondence from H.R. Burdrier, Harvard Medical School, physio. lab.
Dec. 7, 1894 Correspondence from Theodore Roosevelt
Dec. 10, 1894 Correspondence from V.R. Covell
Dec. 16, 1894 Correspondence from Marcus Benjamin
Dec. 17, 1894 Correspondence from Cyrus C. Babb, Sec., Nat. Geog. Soc.
Dec. 17, 1894 Correspondence from Thomas W. Bicknell
Dec. 18, 1894 Correspondence from H.S. Pritchett
Dec. 19, 1894 Correspondence from William Eimbeile, U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey
Dec. 22, 1894 Correspondence from Harriet N. Townshend
Dec. 23, 1894 Correspondence from E.S. Dana
Dec. 26, 1894 Correspondence from Publisher of Science (W.H.)
Dec. 26, 1894 Correspondence from Oliver C. Morse
Dec. 27, 1894 Notice to subscribers for the Congress Book, American Institute of Electrical Engineers.
Dec. 28, 1894 Correspondence from A. Hamao
Dec. 31, 1894 Correspondence from George I. Alden
Dec. 31, 1894 Correspondence from F.A. Mahan

Correspondence, January - June 1895

January 1-12, 1895

Box 4 Folder 1 Jan. 1, 1895 Correspondence from L.L. Gilbert, circular of Daugherty Typewriter Co., enclosed
Jan. 2, 1895 Correspondence from F. Howard Levens
Jan. 2, 1895 Correspondence from Henry A. Marsh, invitation
Jan. 3, 1895 Correspondence from T.W.P. Blomefield
Jan. 3, 1895 Correspondence from R.W. Pope, receipt, American Institution of Electrical Engineers
Jan. 3, 1895 Correspondence from W.R. Ramsey
Jan. 4, 1895 Correspondence from George E. Batcheller
Jan. 4, 1895 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Jan. 4, 1895 Correspondence from V.R. Covell
Jan. 4, 1895 Correspondence from Louis A. Fischer, 2 copies of new metal gauge & copy of legislation about furnishing copies of standard weights & measures
Jan. 4, 1895 Correspondence from G. Stanley Hull
Jan. 4, 1895 Correspondence from J.F. Tillman
Jan. 5, 1895 Correspondence from R.W. Raymond
Jan. 6, 1895 Correspondence from Henry A. Rowland
Jan. 6, 1895 Correspondence from Edwin Smith
Jan. 7, 1895 Correspondence from F.W. Putnam, Sec., A.A.A.S.
Jan. 8, 1895 George I. Alden correspondence to Edward P. Allis Co.
Jan. 8, 1895 Correspondence from Robert Buikilt
Jan. 8, 1895 Correspondence from Henry O. Carhart
Jan. 8, 1895 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Jan. 9, 1895 Correspondence from E.S. Dana
Jan. 9, 1895 Correspondence from F.L. Siddons
Jan. 9, 1895 Correspondence from Stephen S. Raymond
Jan. 10, 1895 Correspondence from William L. Chase
Jan. 10, 1895 Correspondence from G.R. Putnam, Putnam's letter of 12/30/1894 & 2 diagrams attached
Jan. 10, 1895 Correspondence from W.W. Stetson, American Institute of Instruction
Jan. 11, 1895 Correspondence from A.A. Buchanan
Jan. 12, 1895 Correspondence from W.W. Duffield
Jan. 12, 1895 Correspondence from Henry W. Hetzel
Jan. 12, 1895 Correspondence from Francis M. Roser
Jan. 12, 1895 Correspondence from C.B. Ruggles
Jan. 12, 1895 Correspondence from Francis A. Walker

January 13-23, 1895

Box 4 Folder 2 Jan. 13, 1895 Correspondence from Martin Hensel
Jan. 14, 1895 Correspondence from John G. Ames
Jan. 14, 1895 Correspondence from W.M. Davis, Sec., New England Meteorological Society
Jan. 14, 1895 Correspondence from L.G. Eakins
Jan. 14, 1895 Correspondence from D.C. Heath
Jan. 14, 1895 Correspondence from Dwight W. Morrow
Jan. 14, 1895 Correspondence from F.L. Shepardun (?)
Jan. 14, 1895 Correspondence from Joseph Swain, circular of Indiana Univ., attached
Jan. 14, 1895 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
Jan. 15, 1895 Correspondence from Philosophical Society of Washington, bill for dues
Jan. 16, 1895 Correspondence from G. Goodace
Jan. 16, 1895 Correspondence from Richard P. Rothwell, Engineering & Mining Journal, extracts from TCM letter, enclosed
Jan. 16, 1895 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Jan. 17, 1895 Correspondence from Frederick Bedell
Jan. 17, 1895 Correspondence from A. Hall
Jan. 17, 1895 Correspondence from D.C. Heath
Jan. 17, 1895 Correspondence from Martin Hensel
Jan. 17, 1895 Correspondence from Charles L. Jackson
Jan. 17, 1895 Correspondence from B. Johnson
Jan. 18, 1895 Correspondence from Charles P. Bowditch
Jan. 18, 1895 Correspondence from The Century Co.
Jan. 18, 1895 Correspondence from Louis A. Fischer
Jan. 18, 1895 D.C. Heath correspondence to C.L. Mees, letter to TCM, attached
Jan. 18, 1895 Correspondence from G. Stanley Holl
Jan. 18, 1895 Correspondence from William T. Sedwick
Jan. 18, 1895 Correspondence from A.D. Risteen
Jan. 19, 1895 Correspondence from George H. Mellen
Jan. 20, 1895 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Jan. 21, 1895 Correspondence from Newton M. Anderson
Jan. 21, 1895 Correspondence from Martin Hensel
Jan. 21, 1895 Correspondence from Eva A. Marvin
Jan. 21, 1895 Correspondence from Edwin Smith
Jan. 22, 1895 Correspondence from William L. Ames
Jan. 22, 1895 Correspondence from A. Hall
Jan. 22, 1895 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Jan. 23, 1895 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Jan. 23, 1895 Correspondence from C.C. Miller
Jan. 23, 1895 Correspondence from J.D. Miller
Jan. 23, 1895 Correspondence from Arthur G. Webster
Jan. 23, 1895 Correspondence from Arthur G. Webster

January 24-31, 1895

Box 4 Folder 3 Jan. 24, 1895 Correspondence from Martin Mensel
Jan. 24, 1895 Correspondence from G. Stanly Holl
Jan. 24, 1895 Correspondence from William T. Sedwick
Jan. 24, 1895 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann, List of Field Officers of the US. Coast & Geodetic Survey included
Jan. 25, 1895 Julia W. Carroll correspondence to Prof. Alden
Jan. 25, 1895 Correspondence from Dodd, Mead & Company
Jan. 25, 1895 Correspondence from A. Hall
Jan. 25, 1895 Correspondence from A. Hall, printed announcement, National Academy of Sciences
Jan. 25, 1895 Correspondence from W.F. King
Jan. 25, 1895 Correspondence from F.A. Mahan
Jan. 25, 1895 Correspondence from Herbert G. Ogden, letter from Ogden to Baker of January 18, 1894 included
Jan. 25, 1895 Correspondence from William R. Stacker
Jan. 25, 1895 Correspondence from G.L. Wingate
Jan. 26, 1895 Correspondence from Henry O. Carhart
Jan. 26, 1895 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Jan. 26, 1895 Correspondence from William P. Searls
Jan. 26, 1895 Correspondence from F.S.O. Wadsworth
Jan. 28, 1895 Correspondence from Marcus Benjamin
Jan. 28, 1895 Correspondence from Robert Buikitt
Jan. 28, 1895 Correspondence from B.A.C. (?), memoranda about missing pamphlets included. [B.A. Colonna]
Jan. 28, 1895 Correspondence from W.W. Duffield
Jan. 28, 1895 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
Jan. 28, 1895 Correspondence from George F.F. Wilde
Jan. 29, 1895 Correspondence from Commonwealth Club, invitation
Jan. 29, 1895 Correspondence from T.W.P. Blomefield
Jan. 30, 1895 Correspondence from Martin Hensel, 2 letters
Jan. 30, 1895 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
Jan. 31, 1895 Correspondence from W.E. Marks

February 2-16, 1895

Box 4 Folder 4 Feb. 2, 1895 Correspondence from Francis S. Walker
Feb. 2, 1895 Correspondence from G.C. Whippler
Feb. 4, 1895 Correspondence from Balch Brothers, receipt
Feb. 4, 1895 Correspondence from J. Ballison
Feb. 4, 1895 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Feb. 4, 1895 Correspondence from William Egleston, printed Report of Committee on Standard Gauges for Thickness, attached
Feb. 4, 1895 Correspondence from E.B. Crane
Feb. 4, 1895 Correspondence from C.R. Putnam
Feb. 6, 1895 Correspondence from W.S. Chaplin
Feb. 6, 1895 Correspondence from Edwin W. Donau
Feb. 7, 1895 Correspondence from George T. Finn
Feb. 7, 1895 Correspondence from Leonard P. K_________th (?)
Feb. 7, 1895 Correspondence from Daniel Merriman
Feb. 8, 1895 Correspondence from Funk & Wagnalls Co.
Feb. 8, 1895 Correspondence from George F.F. Wilde
Feb. 9, 1895 Correspondence from W.W. Duffield
Feb. 9, 1895 Correspondence from H.E. Ogden
Feb. 9, 1895 Correspondence from E.J. Sommer, clipping attached
Feb. 9, 1895 Correspondence from Warner & Swasey
Feb. 11, 1895 Correspondence from B.A. Colonna
Feb. 11, 1895 Correspondence from G.R. Putnam
Feb. 11, 1895 Correspondence from P. Emory Alcinol
Feb. 12, 1895 Correspondence from W.E. Marks
Feb. 13, 1895 Correspondence from W.R. Livermore, telegram
Feb. 13, 1895 Correspondence from Robert L. Morris
Feb. 13, 1895 Correspondence from E.J. Sommer
Feb. 14, 1895 Correspondence from Louis A. Fischer
Feb. 15, 1895 Correspondence from Warner & Swasey
Feb. 16, 1895 Correspondence from Charles B. Thwing
Feb. 17, 1895 Correspondence from C.A. Chandler, telegram

February 17-28, 1895

Box 4 Folder 5 Feb. 17, 1895 Correspondence from E.G. Fischer
Feb. 17, 1895 Correspondence from F. Howard Livens
Feb. 18, 1895 Correspondence from Martin Hensel
Feb. 18, 1895 Correspondence from R.G. Jinckes, Sec., Rose Polytechnic Institute
Feb. 19, 1895 Correspondence from Worcester Chapter, American Institute of Architects, invitation
Feb. 19, 1895 Correspondence from W.W. Duffield
Feb. 20, 1895 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell, clippings enclosed
Feb. 20, 1895 Correspondence from Catherine F. Pedrick
Feb. 20, 1895 Correspondence from Henry L. Whiting, memo attached
Feb. 22, 1895 Correspondence from Dwight W. Morrow
Feb. 23, 1895 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Feb. 25, 1895 Correspondence from W.R. Livermore
Feb. 25, 1895 Correspondence from James Logan
Feb. 28, 1895 Correspondence from G.Q. Coray
Feb. 28, 1895 Correspondence from E.S. Morse

March 1-20, 1895

Box 4 Folder 6 Mar. 1, 1895 Correspondence from Martin R. Andrews
Mar. 1, 1895 Correspondence from William Egleston
Mar. 2, 1895 Correspondence from Martin Hensel
Mar. 3, 1895 Correspondence from E.G. Fischer
Mar. 3, 1895 Correspondence from James P. Hall
Mar. 4, 1895 Correspondence from Samuel S. Green
Mar. 4, 1895 Correspondence from D.C. Heath
Mar. 6, 1895 Correspondence from S.G. Schultz
Mar. 6, 1895 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Mar. 8, 1895 Correspondence from J.K. Rees
Mar. 8, 1895 Correspondence from C.A. Waldo
Mar. 8, 1895 Correspondence from Warner & Swasey
Mar. 9, 1895 Correspondence from Alexander Macfarlane
Mar. 11, 1895 Correspondence from Thomas Gray
Mar. 11, 1895 Correspondence from James C. Marriott
Mar. 13, 1895 Correspondence from Allyn & Bacon
Mar. 14, 1895 Correspondence from J.G. Gholson
Mar. 14, 1895 Correspondence from W.R. Livermore
Mar. 15, 1895 Correspondence from W.W. Duffield
Mar. 15, 1895 Correspondence from Funk & Wagnalls Co.
Mar. 15, 1895 Correspondence from W.R. Livermore
Mar. 16, 1895 Correspondence from Henry S. Carhart
Mar. 16, 1895 Correspondence from E.B.Crane
Mar. 17, 1895 Correspondence from J.Z. Pratt
Mar. 18, 1895 Correspondence from Martin Hensel, note attached
Mar. 18, 1895 Correspondence from Charles D. Mesem
Mar. 19, 1895 Correspondence from W.B. Chilton
Mar. 19, 1895 Correspondence from C. Leo Mees
Mar. 19, 1895 Correspondence from Julius Pohlman
Mar. 19, 1895 Correspondence from William Saunders
Mar. 20, 1895 Correspondence from S.W. Cox
Mar. 20, 1895 Correspondence from J.K. Rees
Mar. 20, 1895 Correspondence from J.K. Rees

March 21 - April 6, 1895

Box 4 Folder 7 Mar. 21, 1895 Correspondence from Starling Medical College, invitation
Mar. 22, 1895 Correspondence from William Egleston
Mar. 23, 1895 Correspondence from G.Q. Coray
Mar. 25, 1895 Correspondence from Martin Hensel
Mar. 26, 1895 Correspondence from S.W. Cox
Mar. 26, 1895 Correspondence from William R. Harper
Mar. 26, 1895 Correspondence from C.G. Washburn
Mar. 27, 1895 Correspondence from The National Geographic Society, coupons
Mar. 27, 1895 Correspondence from A. Hall
Mar. 29, 1895 Correspondence from Ira Harris
Apr. 1, 1895 Correspondence from Cady Staley
Apr. 2, 1895 Correspondence from Charles F. Aldril
Apr. 2, 1895 Correspondence from L.O. Howard
Apr. 2, 1895 Correspondence from Public Library, City of Boston, thank you note
Apr. 4, 1895 Correspondence from W.F. King, drafts of reply on reverse
Apr. 4, 1895 Correspondence from W.F. King, telegram
Apr. 4, 1895 Correspondence from W.F. King
Apr. 4, 1895 Correspondence from Charles H. Morgan
Apr. 4, 1895 Correspondence from F.L.O. Wadsworth, letter from W.W. Duffield (Mar. 26, 1895) enclosed
Apr. 5, 1895 Correspondence from W.M. Davis
Apr. 6, 1895 Correspondence from Lorin F. Deland
Apr. 6, 1895 Correspondence from A D. Risteen

April 8-30, 1895

Box 4 Folder 8 Apr. 8, 1895 Correspondence from G. Brown Goode, Asst. Sec., Smithsonian Institution
Apr. 8, 1895 Correspondence from W.T. Sedgewicks
Apr. 9, 1895 Correspondence from Ira Harris
Apr. 10, 1895 Correspondence from G.L. Goodall
Apr. 10, 1895 Correspondence from David K. Goss, TCM's reply (Apr. 12) & Goss's answering telegram (Apr. 29) attached
Apr. 10, 1895 Correspondence from William S. Smith
Apr. 13, 1895 Correspondence from Henry L. Whiting
Apr. 15, 1895 Correspondence from William Brewer
Apr. 16, 1895 Correspondence from Harold B. Smith
Apr. 17, 1895 Correspondence from James C. Marriott
Apr. 17, 1895 Correspondence from C.H. McKenney & Co.
Apr. 18, 1895 Correspondence from Ride of Paul Revere, invitation
Apr. 18, 1895 Correspondence from D.C. Heath
Apr. 19, 1895 Correspondence from H.G. Kendall
Apr. 19, 1895 Correspondence from William L. Locke
Apr. 19, 1895 Correspondence from Francis A. Walker
Apr. 20, 1895 Correspondence from Fred W. Ashley
Apr. 21, 1895 Correspondence from Charles D. Mesem
Apr. 22, 1895 Correspondence from Charles F. Home
Apr. 22, 1895 Correspondence from H.G. Kendall
Apr. 23, 1895 Correspondence from William Egleston, gauge information enclosed
Apr. 25, 1895 Correspondence from W.I. Kellen
Apr. 26, 1895 Correspondence from H.E. Clifford
Apr. 26, 1895 Correspondence from G.R. Putnam
Apr. 27, 1895 Correspondence from W.F. King
Apr. 28, 1895 Correspondence from F.T. Jordan
Apr. 29, 1895 Correspondence from Supt. Goss, telegram
Apr. 29, 1895 Correspondence from C. Collins Merriam
Apr. 29, 1895 Correspondence from Joseph Alden Shaw
Apr. 30, 1895 Correspondence from Houghton, Mifflin, & Co.
Apr. 30, 1895 Correspondence from Frank P. Whitman

May 1-17, 1895

Box 4 Folder 9 May 1, 1895 Correspondence from I.G. Schultz
May 2, 1895 Correspondence from H.E. Clifford
May 2, 1895 Correspondence from Joseph Alden Shaw
May 3, 1895 Correspondence from Stephen C. Earle
May 3, 1895 Correspondence from F.A. Mahan
May 3, 1895 Correspondence from Milton Whitney
May 4, 1895 Correspondence from William Egleston
May 4, 1895 Correspondence from Mark W. Harrington
May 4, 1895 Correspondence from Johnson's Universal Encyclopaedia, subscription application
May 5, 1895 Correspondence from Virginia C. Meredith
May 6, 1895 Correspondence from Frank Aborn
May 6, 1895 Correspondence from F.L. Emory
May 8, 1895 Correspondence from D.C. Heath
May 9, 1895 Correspondence from Andrew Braid
May 9, 1895 Correspondence from George F. Hoar
May 9, 1895 Correspondence from John G. Morse
May 12, 1895 Correspondence from Mary Jennings Orton
May 12, 1895 Correspondence from John B. Peddle
May 13, 1895 Correspondence from F.L. Emory
May 14, 1895 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
May 14, 1895 Correspondence from Louis A. Fischer
May 15, 1895 Correspondence from John G. Ames
May 15, 1895 Correspondence from Thaddeus L. Bolton
May 16, 1895 Correspondence from Frank Aborn
May 17, 1895 Correspondence from Frank Aborn
May 17, 1895 Correspondence from W.P. Creighill

May 18 - June 6, 1895

Box 4 Folder 10 Box IV, Folder 10:
May 18, 1895 Correspondence from Joseph Alden Shaw
May 19, 1895 Correspondence from Philip M. Finegan
May 19, 1895 Correspondence from R.L. Morris
May 20, 1895 Correspondence from Louis A. Fischer
May 21, 1895 Correspondence from Houghton, Mifflin & Co.
May 21, 1895 Correspondence from John G. Morse
May 22, 1895 Correspondence from William Egleston
May 24, 1895 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
May 27, 1895 Correspondence from D.C. Heath, letter from Thomas Gray to D.C. Heath & Co. (May 20) attached
May 27, 1895 Correspondence from Cady Staley
May 27, 1895 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
May 28, 1895 Correspondence from United States Express Company, receipt
May 30, 1895 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
May 30, 1895 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
May 30, 1895 TCM correspondence to Greenhal (ge?), Gov. of Mass.
June 2, 1895 Correspondence from W.M. Davis
June 3, 1895 Correspondence from National University Law School, invitation
June 3, 1895 Correspondence from Dana S. Ayer
June 3, 1895 Correspondence from Thomas M. Balliet
June 5, 1895 Correspondence from University of North Carolina, invitation
June 6, 1895 Correspondence from C.V. Boys
June 7, 1895 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
June 9, 1895 Correspondence from W. LeConte Stevens
June 11, 1895 Correspondence from Holy Cross College, invitation
June 12, 1895 Correspondence from Marcus Baker
June 12, 1895 Correspondence from William Egleston
June 12, 1895 Correspondence from William Egleston
June 17, 1895 Correspondence from Lewis F. Reid, telegram
June 19, 1895 Correspondence from C.H. McKenney & Co.
June 21, 1895 Correspondence from English High School, invitation
June 24, 1895 Correspondence from Williston Seminary, invitation
June 26, 1895 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann

Correspondence, July 1895 - June 1896

July 3 - September 9, 1895

Box 5 Folder 1 July 3, 1895 Correspondence from J.E. McGrath
July 9, 1895 Correspondence from Edward K. Hill
July 9, 1895 Correspondence from Frank A. Wolff
July 12, 1895 Correspondence from George I. Alden
July 13, 1895 Correspondence from J.A. Mahan
July 17, 1895 Correspondence from Herbert G. Ogden
July 18, 1895 Correspondence from G. Stanley Hall
July 20, 1895 Correspondence from G. Stanley Hall
July 20, 1895 Correspondence from Edward K. Hill
July 23, 1895 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
July 23, 1895 Correspondence from Elizabeth Kinnicutt Francis
July 25, 1895 Correspondence from Louis A. Fischer
July 26, 1895 Correspondence from D.G. Gilman
July 30, 1895 Correspondence from Mary J. Weatherbee
July 31, 1895 Correspondence from George F. Hoar, letter from D.G. Gilman to Hoar (July 27) attached
Aug. 1, 1895 Correspondence from D.G. Gilman
Aug. 6, 1895 Correspondence from D.G. Gilman
Aug. 7, 1895 Correspondence from Richard Mildenhall
Aug. 9, 1895 Correspondence from S.A. Coffin, General Electric Co.
Aug. 11, 1895 Correspondence from Arthur P. Rugg
Aug. 19, 1895 Correspondence from A.D. Risteen
Aug. 24, 1895 Correspondence from R. Hazard
Sept. 6, 1895 Correspondence from W.I. Harris
Sept. 7, 1895 Correspondence from A. Lorge Jr.
Sept. 9, 1895 Correspondence from John R. Wagner
Sept. 10, 1895 Correspondence from D.G. Gilman

September 10 - November 8, 1895

Box 5 Folder 2 Sept. 10, 1895 Correspondence from Sidney A. Reeve
Sept. 13, 1895 Correspondence from Thomas M. Balliet
Sept. 12, 1895 Correspondence from D.G. Gilman
Sept. 14, 1895 Correspondence from Sidney A. Reeve
Sept. 16, 1895 Correspondence from Cady Staley
Sept. 17, 1895 Correspondence from Catholic University of America, invitation
Sept. 17, 1895 Correspondence from James P. Hall
Sept. 18, 1895 Correspondence from Ernest Flagg
Sept. 19, 1895 Correspondence from Walter C. Kerr (Kern?)
Sept. 20, 1895 Correspondence from Samuel L. Beiler
Sept. 21, 1895 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Sept. 21, 1895 Correspondence from William Lee Church
Sept. 22, 1895 Correspondence from Cady Staley
Sept. 26, 1895 Correspondence from Robert P. Bigelow
Sept. 26, 1895 Correspondence from C. Leo Mees
Sept. 29, 1895 Correspondence from Thomas Gray
Sept. 30, 1895 Correspondence from T.A. Van der Willigen
Oct. 7, 1895 Correspondence from E.C. Brown
Oct. 7, 1895 Correspondence from G.C. Hoffman
Oct. 9, 1895 Correspondence from Charles L. Norton
Oct. 14, 1895 Correspondence from William I. Harris
Oct. 14, 1895 Correspondence from R. Hebert Holbrook
Oct. 18, 1895 Correspondence from J.B. Johnson
Oct. 18, 1895 Correspondence from A.L. Rogers, telegram
Oct. 21, 1895 Correspondence from W.C. Gurley
Oct. 25, 1895 Correspondence from George L. Vose
Oct. 26, 1895 Correspondence from W.C. Saloir (in?)
Oct. 31, 1895 Correspondence from Sidney A. Reeve
Nov. 2, 1895 Correspondence from L.A. Bauer, letter to S.P. Langley, attached
Nov. 2, 1895 Correspondence from W.C. Saloir (in?)
Nov. 5, 1895 Correspondence from A.J. Tuttle
Nov. 8, 1895 Correspondence from John Milne, postcard included

November 9 - December 12, 1895

Box 5 Folder 3 Nov. 9, 1895 Correspondence from Worcester Society of Mutual Aid in Detecting Thieves, invitation
Nov. 10, 1895 Correspondence from William T. Leoquick (Ledquick?)
Nov. 12, 1895 Correspondence from W.W. Duffield
Nov. 13, 1895 Correspondence from J. Stanley Brown
Nov. 13, 1895 Correspondence from J. Stanley Brown
Nov. 13, 1895 Correspondence from Worcester Association of Mutual Aid in Detecting Thieves, invitation
Nov. 15, 1895 Correspondence from A.L. Rohrer
Nov. 16, 1895 Correspondence from William Egleston
Nov. 18, 1895 Correspondence from Louise W. Rice
Nov. 23, 1895 Correspondence from Alfred B. Shepperson
Nov. 23, 1895 Correspondence from Cady Staley
Nov. 25, 1895 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
Nov. 27, 1895 Correspondence from B.F. Brown
Nov. 28, 1895 Correspondence from William Egleston
Dec. 1, 1895 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Dec. 5, 1895 Correspondence from William Egleston
Dec. 6, 1895 Correspondence from W.G. Beach
Dec. 9, 1895 Correspondence from D.G. Gilman
Dec. 10, 1895 George E. Bellamy correspondence to D.G. Gilman
Dec. 10, 1895 Correspondence from Henry Disston & Sons
Dec. 10, 1895 Correspondence from J.R. Lewis
Dec. 11, 1895 Correspondence from J.R. Lewis
Dec. 11, 1895 Correspondence from J.R. Lewis
Dec. 12, 1895 Correspondence from D.G. Gilman
Dec. 12, 1895 Correspondence from J.R. Lewis
Dec. 12, 1895 TCM correspondence to L.O. Howard, Sec. Cosmos Club

December 13-29, 1895

Box 5 Folder 4 Dec. 13, 1895 Correspondence from J.R. Lewis
Dec. 13, 1895 Correspondence from J.R. Lewis
Dec. 14, 1895 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
Dec. 14, 1895 Correspondence from J.R. Lewis, 5 letters, all attached
Dec. 16, 1895 Correspondence from F.W. Green
Dec. 16, 1895 Correspondence from G.G. Fischer
Dec. 17, 1895 Correspondence from William L. Robb
Dec. 18, 1895 Correspondence from Charles H. Dor
Dec. 19, 1895 Correspondence from Worcester Club, announcement
Dec. 20, 1895 Correspondence from J.R. Lewis
Dec. 21, 1895 Correspondence from J.R. Lewis
Dec. 23, 1895 Correspondence from W.P. Dallett
Dec. 23, 1895 Correspondence from Charles F. Himes
Dec. 24, 1895 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Dec. 24, 1895 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Dec. 25, 1895 Correspondence from J.R. Lewis
Dec. 26, 1895 Correspondence from Francis C. Pratt
Dec. 27, 1895 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Dec. 29, 1895 Correspondence from L.O. Howard
Dec. 30, 1895 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard.
1895 List of correspondents

January 1896

Box 5 Folder 5 1896 Correspondence from Alumni Assoc., Worcester Polytechnic Institute, form letter
Jan. 1, 1896 Correspondence from Atlanta Souvenir, report of Committee
Jan. 1, 1896 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Jan. 1, 1896 Correspondence from W.H. Greere (?) (Preece?)
Jan. 1, 1896 Correspondence from George C. Huerlbert
Jan. 1, 1896 Correspondence from E.H. Towne
Jan. 2, 1896 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Jan. 4, 1896 Correspondence from Philip W. Moen
Jan. 6, 1896 Correspondence from F.A. Mahan
Jan. 8, 1896 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
Jan. 9, 1896 Correspondence from Martin Hensel
Jan. 9, 1896 Correspondence from Denis M. Hurley
Jan. 10, 1896 Correspondence from A.W. Parmelee
Jan. 11, 1896 Correspondence from J.E. Walker
Jan. 12, 1896 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
Jan. 13, 1896 Correspondence from Elizabeth Hampson
Jan. 13, 1896 Correspondence from Charles W. Parmenter
Jan. 14, 1896 Correspondence from E. Mascart, Bureau Central Météorologique
Jan. 15, 1896 Correspondence from Recuwood (?) Hoar
Jan. 16, 1896 Correspondence from Thursday Evening Club, invitation
Jan. 16, 1896 Correspondence from Sec., St. Botolph Club
Jan. 16, 1896 Correspondence from A.R. Crittenden
Jan. 17, 1896 Correspondence from George T. Finn
Jan. 18, 1896 Correspondence from Denis M. Hurley
Jan. 20, 1896 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Jan. 20, 1896 Correspondence from George C. Huerlbert
Jan. 21, 1896 Correspondence from Joseph Mason
Jan. 22, 1896 Correspondence from Charles W. Parmenter
Jan. 23, 1896 Correspondence from C.O. Palmer
Jan. 24, 1896 Correspondence from C.A. Judson
Jan. 24, 1896 Correspondence from "Triangle Club", invitation
Jan. 25, 1896 Correspondence from J. V. Menely Guervin (?), postcard
Jan. 25, 1896 Correspondence from Nancy Earle Smith
Jan. 25, 1896 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Jan. 27, 1896 Correspondence from Martin Green
Jan. 28, 1896 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Jan. 28, 1896 Correspondence from A.B. Kimball
Jan. 28, 1896 Correspondence from Theodore Roosevelt
Jan. 30, 1896 Correspondence from George Davidson
Jan. 30, 1896 Correspondence from Charles W. Stone
Jan. 30, 1896 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Jan. 31, 1896 Correspondence from L.A. Bauer
Jan. 31, 1896 Correspondence from J. Stanley Brown

February 1896

Box 5 Folder 6 Feb. 6, 1896 Correspondence from C.J.K. Woodbury
Feb. 7, 1896 Correspondence from J.E. Green
Feb. 10, 1896 Correspondence from Mary L. Loring
Feb. 10, 1896 Correspondence from Elizabeth U. Sullivant
Feb. 11, 1896 Correspondence from G.Q. Coray
Feb. 11, 1896 Correspondence from H.E. Scudder
Feb. 13, 1896 Correspondence from J.R. Lewis
Feb. 14, 1896 Correspondence from J.K. Rees
Feb. 17, 1896 Correspondence from Robert P. Keep
Feb. 19, 1896 Correspondence from H.E. Scudder
Feb. 19, 1896 Correspondence from E.H. Cook
Feb. 19, 1896 Correspondence from George Davidson
Feb. 21, 1896 Correspondence from George E. Francis, Sec., Advisory Committee, invitation
Feb. 21, 1896 Correspondence from James Means
Feb. 22, 1896 Correspondence from L.A. Bauer
Feb. 24, 1896 Correspondence from H.C. Lodge
Feb. 24, 1896 Correspondence from H.C. Lodge
Feb. 24, 1896 Correspondence from Nancie A. Walker
Feb. 26, 1896 Correspondence from Charles W. Stone
Feb. 27, 1896 Correspondence from George I. Alden
Feb. 27, 1896 Correspondence from J.K. Rees
Feb. 28, 1896 American Metrological Society correspondence to Sec. of the Board of Trade, London - 2 versions, & draft by TCM

March 1-14, 1896

Box 5 Folder 7 Mar. 1, 1896 Correspondence from William T. Ledquick
Mar. 3, 1896 Correspondence from Robert P. Keep
Mar. 4, 1896 Correspondence from Denis M. Hurley
Mar. 4, 1896 Correspondence from Charles F. Mabury
Mar. 5, 1896 Correspondence from Denis M. Hurley
Mar. 5, 1896 Correspondence from Emerson McMillin
Mar. 5, 1896 Correspondence from J.K. Rees
Mar. 5, 1896 Correspondence from A.L. Rohrer
Mar. 6, 1896 Correspondence from John Birkinbine
Mar. 6, 1896 Correspondence from J.A. Flemer
Mar. 9, 1896 Correspondence from C.W. Stone
Mar. 10, 1896 Correspondence from Jubilee of the Right Honourable Professor Lord Kelvin, invitation
Mar. 10, 1896 Correspondence from Dr. Takenaka, postcard
Mar. 12, 1896 Correspondence from Anglo-American arbitration, Committee, invitation
Mar. 14, 1896 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Mar. 14, 1896 TCM, draft correspondence to Dr. Gould
Mar. 14, 1896 TCM correspondence to Messrs. Cleveland Abbe, L.A. Bauer, Frank H. Bigelow, G.W. Wittlehales, Charles A. Schott, Francis E. Nipher
Mar. 14, 1896 Correspondence from Charles W. Stone

March 15-31, 1896

Box 5 Folder 8 Mar. 15, 1896 Correspondence from B.A. Gould, J.K. Rees
Mar. 15, 1896 TCM correspondence to Prof. Cattell
Mar. 16, 1896 Correspondence from Cleveland Abbe
Mar. 16, 1896 Correspondence from George H. Breed
Mar. 16, 1896 Correspondence from B.A. Gould
Mar. 16, 1896 Correspondence from F.L.O. Wadsworth
Mar. 17, 1896 Correspondence from John Birkinbine
Mar. 18, 1896 Correspondence from W.B. Hayden
Mar. 18, 1896 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
Mar. 20, 1896 Correspondence from Worcester County Mechanics Association, ticket
Mar. 21, 1896 Correspondence from TCM, Re: Museum & School of Fine Arts
Mar. 21, 1896 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
Mar. 22, 1896 Correspondence from H.A. Rowland
Mar. 24, 1896 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Mar. 24, 1896 Correspondence from B.A. Coleman
Mar. 24, 1896 Correspondence from E.S. Holden
Mar. 24, 1896 Correspondence from J.K. Rees
Mar. 25, 1896 Correspondence from Charles W. Eliot
Mar. 25, 1896 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
Mar. 27, 1896 Correspondence from John Perry
Mar. 30, 1896 Correspondence from John W. Hoyt
Mar. 30, 1896 Correspondence from Charles A. Schott
Mar. 31, 1896 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
Mar. 31, 1896 Correspondence from H.S. Dorsel

April 1-15, 1896

Box 5 Folder 9 Apr. 1, 1896 Correspondence from C.H. Daw
Apr. 1, 1896 Correspondence from R.E. Kernow
Apr. 2, 1896 Correspondence from Worcester Fire Society, invitation
Apr. 2, 1896 Correspondence from Ogden N. Rood
Apr. 2, 1896 Correspondence from Charles W. Stone
Apr. 3, 1896 Correspondence from William Harris
Apr. 3, 1896 TCM correspondence to Mr. Sayers
Apr. 3, 1896 Correspondence from Simon Newcomb
Apr. 3, 1896 Correspondence from F.L.O. Wadsworth
Apr. 4, 1896 Correspondence from Louis A. Fischer
Apr. 6, 1896 Correspondence from Frederick J. Dickson
Apr. 6, 1896 Correspondence from H.A. Rowland
Apr. 7, 1896 Correspondence from A.J. Warner
Apr. 8, 1896 Correspondence from George Davidson
Apr. 8, 1896 Correspondence from William L. Dudley
Apr. 9, 1896 Correspondence from Charles W. Stone
Apr. 9, 1896 Correspondence from Charles S. Walcott
Apr. 10, 1896 Correspondence from John W. Kafson
Apr. 11, 1896 Correspondence from W.I. Harris
Apr. 11, 1896 Correspondence from G.E. Nipher
Apr. 12, 1896 Correspondence from Alexander Graham Bell, invitation
Apr. 13, 1896 Correspondence from Arbitration Conference, invitation
Apr. 13, 1896 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
Apr. 13, 1896 Correspondence from Charles W. Stone
Apr. 15, 1896 Correspondence from Charles F. Pierce

April 16 - May 8, 1896

Box 5 Folder 10 Apr. 16, 1896 Correspondence from William F. Draper
Apr. 16, 1896 Correspondence from Thursday Evening Club, invitation
Apr. 16, 1896 Correspondence from Charles S. Walcott
Apr. 16, 1896 Correspondence from Joseph H. Walker
Apr. 17, 1896 Correspondence from Louis A. Fischer
Apr. 20, 1896 Correspondence from John A. Brashear
Apr. 20, 1896 Correspondence from Charles T. Daly
Apr. 22, 1896 Correspondence from 12 Physicists, Astronomers, Mathematicians of the National Academy of Sciences correspondence to the Right Honorable Lord Kelvin, 3 copies, additional copy, see May 4, 1917
Apr. 24, 1896 Correspondence from D.W. Abercrombie
Apr. 24, 1896 Correspondence from George Davidson
Apr. 24, 1896 Correspondence from W.W. Goding, Literary Society (Godding?)
Apr. 26, 1896 Correspondence from Henry P. Carhart
Apr. 27, 1896 Correspondence from Charles W. Stone
Apr. 29, 1896 Correspondence from E.W. Coy
Apr. 30, 1896 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Apr. 30, 1896 Correspondence from Denis M. Hurley
Apr. 30, 1896 Correspondence from E.S. Plumb
May 2, 1896 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
May 4, 1896 Correspondence from E.L. Corthell, letter from John Sherman (Apr. 29) to Corthell & copy attached
May 5, 1896 Correspondence from Cleveland Abbe
May 5, 1896 Correspondence from Benjamin Durfee
May 5, 1896 Correspondence from H.A. Rowland, TCM's draft of letter to Kelvin (Apr. 22), enclosed
May 6, 1896 Correspondence from A.A Michelson
May 8, 1896 Correspondence from Correspondence from Cleveland Abbe, list of attendants at the lectures Sir William Thomson, Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Oct. 1884
May 8, 1896 Correspondence from R.N. Batchelder, information on U.S. flag attached
May 9, 1896 Correspondence from George Davidson
May 9, 1896 Correspondence from W.I. Harris

May 11 - June 18, 1896

Box 5 Folder 11 May 11, 1896 Correspondence from E.S. Plumb, clippings enclosed
May 12, 1896 Correspondence from F.J. Barbarin
May 13, 1896 Correspondence from William P. Frye
May 14, 1896 Correspondence from J.T. B. , 2nd Vice-Pres., Pennsylvania Lines W. of Pittsburgh
May 18, 1896 Correspondence from C.A. Chandler
May 18, 1896 TCM, draft correspondence to William McKinley
May 19, 1896 Correspondence from A. Newcomb McGee, telegram
May 19, 1896 Correspondence from William Woodward
May 21, 1896 Correspondence from Charles W. Stone
May 22, 1896 Correspondence from William L. Dudley
May 22, 1896 Correspondence from A.B. Kimball
May 22, 1896 Correspondence from J.K. Rees
May 25, 1896 Correspondence from Louis A. Fischer
May 27, 1896 Correspondence from C.B. Comstock
May 30, 1896 Correspondence from Ray Greene Huling
June 1, 1896 Correspondence from W.J. Soumons
June 2, 1896 Correspondence from Frank P. Goulding
June 2, 1896 Correspondence from D.B. Wainwright
June 2, 1896 Correspondence from Simon Newcomb
June 5, 1896 Correspondence from Mary Wilgus, draft of letter by TCM to the State Board of Examiners (June 8) on the reverse side
June 6, 1896 Correspondence from Simon Newcomb
June 8, 1896 Correspondence from R.R. Bowker
June 8, 1896 Correspondence from Stephen Salisbury
June 9, 1896 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell, letters of James P. Hall of June 7 & 9 to Cattell enclosed, about Bigelow's work
June 15, 1896 22 "coefficients" correspondence to Lord Kelvin
June 15, 1896 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
June 18, 1896 Correspondence from Melvil Dewey

June 19-28, 1896

Box 5 Folder 12 June 19, 1896 Correspondence from William Egleston
June 19, 1896 Correspondence from D.B. Wainwright
June 22, 1896 Correspondence from Frank H. Bigelow
June 22, 1896 Correspondence from George E. Gladwin
June 22, 1896 Correspondence from J.K. Rees
June 22, 1896 TCM, draft correspondence to A.B. Prescott
June 23, 1896 Correspondence from Sir William Thomson, Lord Kelvin
June 24, 1896 Correspondence from Univ. of Michigan, invitation
June 25, 1896 Correspondence from Thomas Gray
June 26, 1896 Correspondence from Andrew Fiske
June 27, 1896 Correspondence from Thomas Gray, telegram
June 27, 1896 Correspondence from Thomas Gray
June 28, 1896 Correspondence from E.W. Coy
June 28, 1896 Correspondence from Margaret E. Dennis
June 28, 1896 Correspondence from Elm
June 28, 1896 Correspondence from W.S. Pratt (?)
June 30, 1896 Correspondence from Roger Wolcott, TCM's appointment to the Massachusetts Highway Commission

Correspondence, July 1896 - December 1905

July 1896

Box 6 Folder 1 July 1, 1896 Correspondence from Cleveland Abbe
July 1, 1896 Correspondence from E.L. Corthell
July 3, 1896 Correspondence from William L. Ames
July 3, 1896 Correspondence from Roger Wolcott
July 4, 1896 Correspondence from E.L. Corthell
July 4, 1896 Correspondence from William Stewart
July 6, 1896 Correspondence from George E. Belknap
July 6, 1896 Correspondence from E.R. Stoddard
July 6, 1896 Correspondence from Sir William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, correspondence to the 20 "coefficients", TCM draft included
July 7, 1896 Sir William Thomson, Lord Kelvin correspondence to National Acad. of Sciences
July 8, 1896 Correspondence from Margaret E. Dennis
July 14, 1896 Correspondence from Ephraim Cutter, telegram
July 15, 1896 Correspondence from F.A. Mahan
July 16, 1896 Correspondence from J.H. Poynting
July 16, 1896 Correspondence from R.S. Woodward
July 20, 1896 Correspondence from TCM, letter about copies of the address to Lord Kelvin, 5 copies
July 24, 1896 Correspondence from Edward Orton
July 24, 1896 Correspondence from R.S. Woodward
July 27, 1896 Correspondence from M.M. (?) Rockhill
July 29, 1896 Correspondence from E.W. Cay
July 30, 1896 Correspondence from G. Brown Goode
July 31, 1896 Correspondence from I.A. Ewnig
July 31, 1896 Correspondence from W.J. Soumons(?), Popular Science Monthly

August 1896

Box 6 Folder 2 Aug. 3, 1896 Correspondence from G. Brown Goode
Aug. 3, 1896 Correspondence from Elizabeth A. Hampson
Aug. 3, 1896 Correspondence from Benjamin E. Smith
Aug. 3, 1896 Correspondence from Worcester City Government invitation
Aug. 4, 1896 Correspondence from Frank H. Bigelow
Aug. 5, 1896 Correspondence from Benjamin E. Smith
Aug. 6, 1896 Correspondence from William L. Ames
Aug. 14, 1896 Correspondence from G. Brown Goode
Aug. 15, 1896 Correspondence from Stanley Dunkerley
Aug. 19, 1896 Correspondence from Charles W. Stone
Aug. 22, 1896 Correspondence from John Milne
Aug. 26, 1896 Correspondence from E.C. Brown
Aug. 28, 1896 Correspondence from L.O. Howard
Aug. 31, 1896 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Aug. 31, 1896 Correspondence from Walter H. Page

September - December 1896

Box 6 Folder 3 Sept. 1, 1896 Correspondence from I.A. (Euring?), probably Ewing
Sept. 1, 1896 Correspondence from James M. Johnston
Sept. 2, 1896 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Sept. 10, 1896 Correspondence from I.A. Ewnig
Sept. 15, 1896 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Sept. 19, 1896 Correspondence from James H. Canfield
Sept. 22, 1896 Correspondence from S. Mine
Sept. 24, 1896 Correspondence from C.E.L. Wingate, TCM draft included
Sept. 24, 1896 Correspondence from C.A. Young
Sept. 25, 1896 Correspondence from S. Mine
Sept. 29, 1896 Correspondence from Elizabeth Guest
Sept. 29, 1896 Correspondence from C.A. Young
Sept. 30, 1896 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
Oct. 1, 1896 Correspondence from F.S. Luther
Oct. 2, 1896 Correspondence from YMCA, invitation
Oct. 7, 1896 Correspondence from S. Mine
Oct. 8, 1896 Correspondence from Ray Greene Huling
Oct. 14, 1896 Correspondence from A.J. Woolman
Oct. 19, 1896 Correspondence from F.S. Luther
Oct. 19, 1896 Correspondence from W.E. Wilson
Oct. 20, 1896 Correspondence from G. & C. Merriam Co.
Oct. 20, 1896 Correspondence from Walter H. Page
Oct. 21, 1896 Correspondence from George H. Nutt
Oct. 23, 1896 Correspondence from E.C. Brown
Oct. 23, 1896 Correspondence from H.B. Frissell
Oct. 24, 1896 Correspondence from Donald MacKay
Nov. 27, 1896 Correspondence from J.K. Rees
Dec. 5, 1896 Correspondence from J.K. Rees
Dec. 7, 1896 Correspondence from Simon Newcomb
Dec. 17, 1896 Correspondence from George F. Hoar
Dec. 17, 1896 Correspondence from H.C. Lodge
Dec. 21, 1896 Correspondence from C.G. Washbury
Dec. 24, 1896 Correspondence from John A. Brashear

January 1897 - March 1899

Box 6 Folder 4 Jan. 14, 1897 Correspondence from Henry W. Haynes, Sec., Mass Historical Society
Jan. 15, 1897 Correspondence from John G. Ames, Joint Resolution providing for a comprehensive index to Government publications from 1881-1893 attached
Jan 15, 1897 Correspondence from G.K. Gilbert
Jan. 19, 1897 Correspondence from Charles W. Stone
Jan. 22, 1897 Correspondence from J.T. Brooks
Feb. 9, 1897 Correspondence from H.H. Goodell
Mar. 15, 1897 Correspondence from Charles W. Stone
Apr. 24, 1897 Correspondence from Cleveland Abbe
May 5, 1897 Correspondence from Edward E. Hale
May 21, 1897 Correspondence from Gardiner G. Hubbard
July 18, 1897 Correspondence from W. Foerster
Aug. 17, 1897 Correspondence from W.J.M. Cher
Nov. 22, 1897 Correspondence from G.H. Darwin
Dec. 7, 1897 Correspondence from William Mendenhall
Apr. 15, 1898 Correspondence from St. Wulstan, menu
June 21, 1898 Correspondence from W.S. Chaler
Sept. 14, 1898 Correspondence from An affectionate "triangle"
Sept. 18, 1898 Correspondence from F.A. Mahan
Sept. 21, 1898 Correspondence from Sir William Thomson
Oct. 19, 1898 Correspondence from Capital City Club, pass
Oct. 21, 1898 Correspondence from F.A. Mahan
Nov. 9, 1898 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
Nov. 22, 1898 Correspondence from James P. Munroe
Jan. 22, 1899 Correspondence from Charles F. Adams
Feb. 6, 1899 Correspondence from James H. Canfield
Feb. 9, 1899 TCM, draft correspondence to Roger Wolcott
March 4, 1899 Correspondence from Worcester Club, ticket
Mar. 24, 1899 Correspondence from C.E. Norton

May 1899 - December 1900

Box 6 Folder 5 May 1, 1899 Correspondence from Irwin Shepard, National Educ. Association
May 12, 1899 Correspondence from Jean W. Davenport Lander, photograph attached
May 15, 1899 Correspondence from Irwin Shepard
July 4, 1899 Correspondence from D.H. Chamberlain
July 5, 1899 Correspondence from Roger Wolcott, Mendenhall's appointment to the Mass. Highway Commission
Sept. 18, 1899 Correspondence from Emerson McMillin
Oct. 3, 1899 Correspondence from The World, telegram
Nov. 6, 1899 Correspondence from Irwin Shepard
Nov. 26, 1899 Correspondence from Edward Orton memorial service, program
Dec. 12, 1899 Correspondence from Elisha Gray
Dec. 15, 1899 Correspondence from Fred. Prime, Sec., American Philosophical Society, election to membership
Jan. 8, 1900 B. & B. Black
Jan. 15, 1900 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann, Frank H. Bigelow, T.J.J. Lee
Jan. 22, 1900 Correspondence from Winthrop Ames
Mar. 13, 1900 Correspondence from Henry F. Jenles
Mar. 22, 1900 Correspondence from William T. Ledquick
June 20, 1900 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
Aug. 19, 1900 Correspondence from Charles A. Marple, telegram
Oct. 15, 1900 TCM correspondence to Stephen Salisbury, resignation from presidency of the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, draft & copy of additional remarks, of copy reply of the trustees, Stephen Salisbury, Daniel Merriman, C.G. Washburn
Oct. 20, 1900 Correspondence from Howard I. Rogers
Nov. 12, 1900 Correspondence from George F. Hoar
Dec. 18, 1900 Correspondence from W.T. Leoquick
Dec. 31, 1900 Correspondence from G. Stanley Hull

January - June 1901

Box 6 Folder 6 Jan. 10, 1901 Correspondence from Chandler Robbins, draft of Mendenhall's reply attached
Jan. 10, 1901 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson, general list of papers, addresses of Elihu Thomson, attached
Jan. 11, 1901 Correspondence from D.G. Gilman
Jan. 12, 1901 Correspondence from N.S. Shaler
Jan. 17, 1901 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
Jan. 21, 1901 Correspondence from Simon Newcomb
Jan. 26, 1901 Correspondence from D.W. Abercrombie
Feb. 20, 1901 Correspondence from American Geographical Society, invitation
Mar. 2, 1901 Correspondence from S.P. Langley
Mar. 10, 1901 Correspondence from Simon Newcomb
Apr. 21, 1901 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Apr. 27, 1901 Correspondence from N.S. Shaler
Apr. 27, 1901 Correspondence from Triangle dinner invitation
May 10, 1901 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
June 2, 1901 Correspondence from Samuel A. Hopkins
June 5, 1901 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
June 6, 1901 Correspondence from D.G. Gilman
June 9, 1901 Correspondence from Effie Brooks Borden
June 10, 1901 Correspondence from Committee appointment by faculty of Worcester Polytech Inst. Leonard P. Kinnicutt, U. Waldo Cutler, Sidney A. Reeve
June 14, 1901 Correspondence from H.R. Sinclair
June 24, 1901 Correspondence from George F. Hoar
June 27, 1901 Correspondence from C.E. Washburn

September - December 1901

Box 6 Folder 7 Sept. 28, 1901 Correspondence from Stephen Salisbury
Oct. 2, 1901 J.R. Lovejoy correspondence to Ernest Thurnauer, introducing Mendenhall
Oct. 2, 1901 J. R. Lovejoy correspondence to A.S. Garfield, attached, introduction letter
Oct. 2, 1901 J.R. Lovejoy correspondence to Louis J. Magee, introducing Mendenhall
Oct. 4, 1901 Correspondence from Simon Newcomb
Oct. 14, 1901 Correspondence from George C. Hurlbut (!)
Oct. 19, 1901 Correspondence from John Hay
Oct. 26, 1901 Correspondence from Meeting to commemorate Henry Augustus Rowland, invitation
Oct. 28, 1901 Correspondence from J. Evarts Greene
Oct. 29, 1901 Correspondence from Morizo Suzuki
Dec. 3, 1901 Correspondence from Jean M. Lander, the former Jean Davenport, famous actress in the 60s
Dec. 4, 1901 Correspondence from Alexander Graham Bell, list of Mendenhall's possible suggestions for the National Geographic Society on reverse

February 1902 - July 1903

Box 6 Folder 8 Feb. 19, 1902 Correspondence from A.A. Raven, Sec., Amer. Geographical Society
Apr. 19, 1902 Correspondence from Columbia College, invitation
Apr. 30, 1902 Correspondence from A. Marshall Elliott
June 9, 1902 Correspondence from Charles F. Adams
Dec. 25, 1902 Correspondence from Francis Blake
Apr. 3, 1903 Correspondence from Alexis Cope
May 5, 1903 Correspondence from R.T. Taylor
May 12, 1903 Correspondence from L.O. Howard
May 14, 1903 Correspondence from Secretary Hay
May 15, 1903 Correspondence from John W. Foster, extract from the "British Case" & Mendenhall, draft attached
May 20, 1903 TCM, draft correspondence to Alexis Cope
June 16, 1903 Correspondence from John W. Foster, Counter Case, 1894
July 22, 1903 Correspondence from L.O. Howard
July 27, 1903 Correspondence from C.A. Waldo

February 1904 - December 1905

Box 6 Folder 9 Feb. 2, 1904 Correspondence from A.L. Rohrer
Aug. 16, 1904 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Aug. 27, 1904 Correspondence from Arthur Schuster
Sept. 22, 1904 Correspondence from Arthur Schuster
Sept. 23, 1904 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Oct. 9, 1904 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Jan. 7, 1905 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Jan. 10, 1905 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
May 9, 1905 Correspondence from E.H. Russell
May 15, 1905 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
June 22, 1905 Correspondence from C.A. Young
July 24, 1905 Correspondence from Stephen Salisbury
Dec. 19, 1905 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse

Correspondence, February 1906 - December 1912

February - December 1906

Box 7 Folder 1 Feb. 12, 1906 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Feb. 16, 1906 Correspondence from The Decimal Assoc., Samuel Montagu, Belhaven & Stenton, Kelvin
Mar. 28, 1906 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Apr. 11, 1906 Correspondence from Triangle dinner invitation, list of members on reverse side
Apr. 11, 1906 Greeting from 8 members of Triangle club
Apr. 12-20, 1906 Correspondence from American Philosophical Society, invitation, 200th anniversary of Benjamin Franklin's birth
May 24, 1906 Correspondence from Elsie Wentworth
June 1, 1906 TCM correspondence to Former pupil from high school, Salem, Ohio
June 12, 1906 Correspondence from C.A. Young
Nov. 23, 1906 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Nov. 25, 1906 Correspondence from E.H. Russell
Dec. 11, 1906 Correspondence from A. Tanakadate
Dec. 12, 1906 Correspondence from Wallace C. Sabine
Dec. 29, 1906 Correspondence from American Museum of Natural History, invitation, ticket, & program- unveiling of bust of American Men of Science

January 1907 - January 1908

Box 7 Folder 2 Jan. 22, 1907 Correspondence from William H. Riding, printed letter attached
Jan. 27, 1907 Correspondence from D. Kikuchi
Feb. 3, 1907 Correspondence from D. Kikuchi
Feb. 7, 1907 Correspondence from Archibald M. Howe
Feb. 17, 1907 Correspondence from C.A. Young
Mar. 7, 1907 Correspondence from Edward L. Nichols
Apr. 24, 1907 Correspondence from R. Rothmann
May 20, 1907 Correspondence from D. Kikuchi
July 10, 1907 Correspondence from J.R. Lovejoy
July 27, 1907 Correspondence from D. Kikuchi
July 28, 1907 Correspondence from George F. Barker
Aug. 29, 1907 Correspondence from Vacheron & Constantin, Director, Manufacture d'Horlogerie
Sept. 4, 1907 Correspondence from Vacheron & Constantin, Director, Manufacture d'Horlogerie
Sept. 11, 1907 Correspondence from Vacheron & Constantin
Sept. 14, 1907 Correspondence from Vacheron & Constantin
Sept. 19, 1907 Correspondence from Vacheron & Constantin
Oct. 7, 1907 Correspondence from George F. Barker
Oct. 14, 1907 Correspondence from A. Tanakadate
Nov. 5, 1907 Correspondence from A. Tanakadate
Dec. 11, 1907 Correspondence from R.S. Woodward
Dec. 23, 1907 Correspondence from G.A. LeBal
Jan. 1, 1908 Correspondence from A.A. Michelson
Jan. 2, 1908 Correspondence from John A. Brashear
Jan. 9, 1908 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Jan. 11, 1908 Correspondence from C.R. Putnam
Jan. 19, 1908 Correspondence from F.S. Chaves
Jan. 25, 1908 Correspondence from Edward W. Morley

February 1908 - October 1909

Box 7 Folder 3 Feb. 1, 1908 Correspondence from T.C. Chamberlin
Mar. 8, 1908 Correspondence from John A. Brashear
Apr. 5, 1908 Correspondence from Sarah Brooks
May 18, 1908 Correspondence from R.U. Johnson
May 20, 1908 Correspondence from S.N., postcard
June 12, 1908 Correspondence from Rose Alumni, telegram
Aug. 4, 1908 Correspondence from R.U. Johnson
Aug. 17, 1908 Correspondence from Dr. Jakob Kunz, list of his scientific papers enclosed
Oct. 6, 1908 Congratulatory cablegram
Oct. 17, 1908 Correspondence from Ernest Merritt
Dec. 26, 1908 Correspondence from E.H. Russell
Jan. 18, 1909 Correspondence from H.J. Slaker, photograph enclosed
May 13, 1909 Correspondence from E. Howard Watch Co.
May 14, 1909 Correspondence from Ernest Merritt
June 9, 1909 Correspondence from E. Howard Watch Co.
July 7, 1909 Correspondence from Raoul Gautier, Observatory of Geneva, draft of reply at end of letter
July 15, 1909 TCM correspondence to Mrs. Newcomb
July 19, 1909 Correspondence from E. Howard Watch Co., E.R. Snow
Aug. 28, 1909 Correspondence from Mrs. Newcomb - Simon Newcomb, death notice
Sept. 7, 1909 Correspondence from Raoul Gautier
Sept. 17, 1909 Correspondence from Raoul Gautier
Sept. 24, 1909 Correspondence from The Keystone Watch Case, H. Hofer
Oct. 9, 1909 Correspondence from The Keystone Watch Case Co.
Oct. 28, 1909 Correspondence from A.A. Michelson
Nov. 2, 1909 Correspondence from The Keystone Watch Case Co.
Dec. 2, 1909 Correspondence from George R. Twiss

March 1910 - May 1911

Box 7 Folder 4 ca. 1910 Correspondence from Thomas A. Mendenhall
Mar. 24, 1910 Correspondence from Ernest Merritt, list of newly elected members & recommendations for the Physical Society, March, 1910
Apr. 16, 1910 Correspondence from Mrs. Simon Newcomb
June 27, 1910 Correspondence from Florence Mendenhall, telegram
Oct. 17, 1910 Correspondence from Ernest Merritt, nominations to the Physical Society, Oct. 15
Oct. 31, 1910 Correspondence from Mrs. Newcomb
Nov. 24, 1910 William Deasons correspondence to Mr. Lover, introducing the Mendenhalls
Dec. 8, 1910 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Dec. 8, 1910 Correspondence from Franklin MacNeagh
Dec. 13, 1910 Correspondence from A. Tanakadate
Dec. 23, 1910 Correspondence from D. Kikuchi
Dec. 28, 1910 Correspondence from Morizo Suzuki
Jan. 23, 1911 Correspondence from Graham Bell, telegram
Feb. 11, 1911 Correspondence from Alexander Graham Bell
Feb. 14, 1911 Correspondence from Alexander Graham Bell, telegram
Mar. 1, 1911 Correspondence from Morizo Suzuki
Mar. 30, 1911 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Apr. 17, 1911 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Apr. 27, 1911 Correspondence from T. Uyeda
Apr. 30, 1911 Correspondence from Morizo Suzuki
May 16, 1911 Dinner at Botanical Garden, committee list
May 19, 1911 Correspondence from J. Magasawa
May 19, 1911 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
May 26, 1911 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
May 31, 1911 Correspondence from I. Hattori

June - December 1911

Box 7 Folder 5 June 5, 1911 Correspondence from John Franklin Fort, invitation
Aug. 9, 1911 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Aug. 9, 1911 Correspondence from J.R. Lovejoy
Aug. 14, 1911 Correspondence from G. Stanley Hull
Sept. 1, 1911 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Sept. 18, 1911 Correspondence from D. Kikuchi
Oct. 4, 1911 Correspondence from A.G. Farr, telegram
Nov. 1, 1911 Correspondence from Marietta S. Huntington
Nov. 15, 1911 Correspondence from R.S. Woodward
Dec. 15, 1911 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka, recommendation for Miyaoka from Wilkinson, Fisher, Witherspoon, & MacKaye to the Trade-Mark Protective Society (Nov. 13, 1911) attached

January - June 1912

Box 7 Folder 6 Jan. 5, 1912 Correspondence from W.A. Layman
Jan. 11, 1912 Correspondence from Frank Forster, article found in old scrapbook, attached
Jan. 12, 1912 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Jan. 15, 1912 Correspondence from Harriet L. Heeler
Jan. 25, 1912 Correspondence from W.A. Layman
Feb. 12, 1912 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Feb. 21, 1912 Correspondence from Murray Peabody Brush
Feb. 23, 1912 Correspondence from A.W. Sabine Siebert
Apr. 13, 1912 Correspondence from John E. Potter, letter from Gilbert Erasmus Wilson Cope to Potter (2-3) enclosed
May, 1912 Correspondence from Western Reserve University, bulletin
June 1, 1912 Correspondence from Charles (?) F. Thump
June 16, 1912 Correspondence from Charles F. Thump, statement of Frank Perkins Whitman attached

September - December 1912

Box 7 Folder 7 Sept. 9, 1912 Correspondence from L.O. Howard
Sept. 13, 1912 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Sept. 13, 1912 Correspondence from James McCrea
Sept. 14, 1912 Correspondence from Shoke Tanaka
Sept. 23, 1912 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Oct. 3, 1912 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Oct. 14, 1912 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa, postcard
Oct. 16, 1912 Correspondence from American Antiquarian Society, Centennial dinner & celebration, invitation & programs
Oct. 31, 1912 Correspondence from Edward Robinson
Nov. 6, 1912 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Nov. 9, 1912 Correspondence from M. Suzuki
Dec. 5, 1912 Correspondence from L.W. Page
Dec. 13, 1912 Correspondence from Cosmos Club, invitation
Dec. 13, 1912 G. & C. Merriam Co., N.N. Washburn
Dec. 19, 1912 Correspondence from Edward Orton , Jr. (?)
Dec. 19, 1912 Correspondence from R.S. Woodward
Dec. 31, 1912 Correspondence from Cleveland Abbe

Correspondence, January 1913 - December 1916

January - April 1913

Box 8 Folder 1 Jan. 27, 1913 Correspondence from G.H. McKnight
Jan. 27, 1913 Correspondence from Suma Tanaka
Feb. 9, 1913 Correspondence from F.S. Chaves
Feb. 27, 1913 Correspondence from Murietta Huntington, letter & card
Mar. 4, 1913 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
Mar. 10, 1913 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Mar. 18, 1913 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
Mar. 18, 1913 Correspondence from C.G. Washburn
Mar. 22, 1913 Correspondence from N. N. Hollis (Harris?)
Mar. 24, 1913 Correspondence from C.G. Washburn
Mar. 27, 1913 Correspondence from F.A. Chaves (?)
Apr. 1, 1913 Correspondence from Allen B. Forbes
Apr. 2, 1913 Correspondence from N.N. Harris
Apr. 9, 1913 Correspondence from Robert S. Woodward
Apr. 25, 1913 Correspondence from New York Public Library, invitation
Apr. 25, 1913 Correspondence from Toshio Takamine
Apr. 27, 1913 Correspondence from Jane Grey Holcomb
Apr. 27, 1913 Correspondence from Mignon Talbot
Apr. 30, 1913 Correspondence from W.H. Venable

May - December 1913

Box 8 Folder 2 May 6, 1913 Correspondence from Langley Day program, invitation
June 12, 1913 Correspondence from Clarence Taylin
June 16, 1913 Correspondence from Frank Forster
June 24, 1913 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
June 25, 1913 Correspondence from Curtis C. Howard
July 17, 1913 Horace T. Smith correspondence to professor of Physics
July 27, 1913 Correspondence from Curtis C. Howard
Aug. 14, 1913 Correspondence from George H. Twiss, copies of notes from C.L. Narvin & William Jewett Tucker attached
Aug. 19, 1913 Correspondence from Robert S. Woodward
Sept. 17, 1913 Correspondence from Robert S. Woodward
Oct. 19, 1913 Clipping from Cleveland Plain Dealer & draft of unsent letter to the editor by TCM
Nov. 16, 1913 TCM, 2 copies correspondence to Mary R. Campbell
Nov. 18, 1913 Correspondence from Tsunejiro Miyaoka
Nov. 21, 1913 Correspondence from J.S. Ames
Dec. 7, 1913 Correspondence from Cleveland Abbe
Dec. 13, 1913 Correspondence from Erie C. Hopwood
Dec. 18, 1913 Correspondence from J.S. Ames

February - June 1914

Box 8 Folder 3 Feb. 19, 1914 Correspondence from Robert S. Woodward
Mar. 5, 1914 Correspondence from George H. Twiss, continued Apr. 12, 1914
Mar. 20, 1914 TCM, draft correspondence to Dr. Ellis
Mar. 21, 1914 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell, list of Committee of One Hundred attached
Mar. 22, 1914 TCM, draft correspondence to Editor, Literary Digest
Mar. 27, 1914 Correspondence from W.H. Holmes, photograph enclosed
Apr. 23, 1914 TCM, draft correspondence to J.M.K. Cattell
May 25, 1914 Correspondence from R.B. Owens, draft of reply attached (May 29)
May 29, 1914 TMC's reply to above, (Dr. Owens), reprinted from the Journal of the Franklin Institute, August, 1914, 2 copies.
June 10, 1914 Correspondence from R.B. Owens, letter from Alfred Rigling, Asst. Sec. of the Franklin Institute attached (July 2, 1914), also addressed to TCM

July 1914 - March 1915

Box 8 Folder 4 July 7, 1914 Correspondence from J.W. McLane, forwarded to TCM by A.H. Shaw A.H. Shaw
July 7, 1914 Correspondence from D.C. Westenhaver
July 8, 1914 Correspondence from Edward Bushnell
July 8, 1914 Correspondence from E.L. Mendenhall
July 15, 1914 Correspondence from James W. McLane
Sept. 4, 1914 Correspondence from C.F. Marvin, Weather Bureau
Sept. 9, 1914 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Sept. 23, 1914 Correspondence from Charles F. Scott
Oct. 24, 1914 Correspondence from Charles F. Scott
Nov. 26, 1914 H. Cameron Forster correspondence to James E. Campbell, photographs of Frank Forster, & TCM attached
Dec. 17, 1914 Correspondence from L.O. Howard, draft of reply (Dec. 20, 1914) on bottom of page
Dec. 29, 1914 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Dec. 30, 1914 Correspondence from American Association for the Advancement of Science, notice of lifetime membership, L.O. Howard
Mar. 1, 1915 Correspondence from Ernest Lavisse, l'Académie française
Mar. 9, 1915 Correspondence from Sir Gilbert Parker
Mar. 27, 1915 Correspondence from Charles C. Pavey
Mar. 29, 1915 Correspondence from Alexis Cope

April - November 1915

Box 8 Folder 5 Apr. 7, 1915 TCM, draft correspondence to Hugh M. Smith
Apr. 12, 1915 Correspondence from Erie C. Hopwood
Aug. 13, 1915 Correspondence from R.S. Woodward
Apr. 21, 1915 Correspondence from Cosmos Club, invitation
Apr. 28, 1915 Correspondence from Ira N. Hollis
May 10, 1915 Correspondence from Ira N. Hollis
May 13, 1915 Correspondence from D. Kikuchi
June 4, 1915 Correspondence from R.B. Owens
June 14, 1915 Correspondence from Emerson McMillin
June 16, 1915 Correspondence from R.B. Owens
Aug. 14, 1915 Correspondence from Anna Earhart
Aug. 16, 1915 Correspondence from Pamela Sullivant Neil, letter from Frederick Wright, attached
Aug. 18, 1915 Correspondence from Cleveland Abbe
Aug. 20, 1915 Correspondence from W.H. Scott
Aug. 21, 1915 Correspondence from Jane D. Sullivant
Aug. 22, 1915 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
Aug. 23, 1915 Correspondence from J.R. Lovejoy
Aug. 30, 1915 Correspondence from D. Kikuchi
Sept. 13, 1915 Correspondence from S.H. Church
Oct. 2, 1915 Correspondence from Curtis C. Howard
Oct. 6, 1915 Correspondence from R.B. Owens
Nov. 10, 1915 Correspondence from C.G. Abbot
Nov. 16, 1915 Correspondence from George Otis Smith
Nov. 26, 1915 Correspondence from Ohio Academy of Science, Program of the 25th Annual Meeting

February - October 1916

Box 8 Folder 6 Feb. 2, 1916 Correspondence from E. Lester Jones
Feb. 8, 1916 Correspondence from D. Kikuchi
Feb. 19, 1916 Correspondence from Margaret Feldner
Mar. 13, 1916 Correspondence from Mrs. Simon Newcomb
Mar. 17, 1916 Correspondence from E. Lester Jones
Mar. 17, 1916 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Mar. 18, 1916 Correspondence from W.B. Chilton
Apr. 3, 1916 Correspondence from W.W. Keen
Apr. 6, 1916 U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey correspondence to Mrs. Mendenhall, invitation
Apr. 8, 1916 Correspondence from E. Lester Jones
Apr. 8, 1916 Correspondence from W.W. Keen, postcard
May 16, 1916 Correspondence from Ralph D. Mershon
May 18, 1916 Correspondence from A.B. Fletcher
Aug. 18, 1916 Correspondence from Alfred E. Stearns
Oct. 30, 1916 Correspondence from John A. Brashear

November - December 1916

Box 8 Folder 7 Nov. 8, 1916 Correspondence from R.S. Woodward
Dec. 13, 1916 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Dec. 15, 1916 Correspondence from Flachitaro Seiken Takenaka
Dec. 20, 1916 Correspondence from K. Kuniko
Dec. 21, 1916 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Dec. 25, 1916 Correspondence from Amy Stahl
Dec. 26, 1916 Correspondence from K. Jamagawa
Dec. 30, 1916 Correspondence from D. Kikuchi

Correspondence, January 1917 - December 1919

January - September 1917

Box 9 Folder 1 Jan. 10, 1917 Correspondence from Taro Tsuji
Jan. 17, 1917 Correspondence from Robert Abbe
Mar. 1, 1917 Correspondence from R.B. Owens
Apr. 17, 1917 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Apr. 26, 1917 Correspondence from L.H. Mees, telegram
May 1, 1917 Correspondence from L.H. Mees
May 4, 1917 Correspondence from TCM, note about loss of the Kelvin address by Newcomb
May 23, 1917 Correspondence from Edith Schweitzer
June 4, 1917 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
June 5, 1917 Correspondence from Isaiah Bowman
June 24, 1917 Correspondence from Lucy Allen Stuart (Mrs.Geo.)
July 2, 1917 Correspondence from Louis E. Lord, Oberlin College
Aug. 20, 1917 Correspondence from Death notice-Baron Dairoku Kikuchi
Aug. 20, 1917 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Aug. 22, 1917 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Aug. 30, 1917 Correspondence from W.H. Venable
Sept. 24, 1917 Correspondence from Josiah Morrow
Sept. 28, 1917 Correspondence from Delia L. Williams

October 1917 - April 1918

Box 9 Folder 2 Oct. 5, 1917 Letters relating to dinner on Oct. 5 in honor of Mendenhall's 76th birthday
Oct. 5, 1917 Menu for above dinner
Oct. 11, 1917 Correspondence from Henry L. Peck, clipping attached
Oct. 20, 1917 Correspondence from E.L. Hyneman
Oct. 31, 1917 Correspondence from Josiah Morrow
Jan. 14, 1918 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Apr. 2, 1918 Correspondence from Emerson McMillin
Apr. 6, 1918 Correspondence from George A. Hoadley, 2 letters
Apr. 9, 1918 Correspondence from Emerson McMillin & Co., signature removed
Apr. 11, 1918 Correspondence from George A. Hoadley, Acting Secretary, Franklin Institute
Apr. 16, 1918 Correspondence from George A. Hoadley
Apr. 18, 1918 Correspondence from George A. Hoadley
Apr. 23, 1918 Correspondence from George A. Hoadley
Apr. 25, 1918 Correspondence from George A. Hoadley
Apr. 27, 1918 Correspondence from Walton Clark, Pres., Franklin Institute

May - December 1918

Box 9 Folder 3 May 1, 1918 Correspondence from A.W. Greeley
May 6, 1918 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
May 10, 1918 Correspondence from Walton Clark
May 10, 1918 Correspondence from George A. Hoadley, Acting Sec., Franklin Institute
May 15, 1918 Correspondence from Franklin Institute, program
May 16, 1918 Correspondence from George A. Hoadley
May 19, 1918 Correspondence from A.D. Cole, letter from Emily D. Cole, attached
June 16, 1918 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
June 24, 1918 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
June 27, 1918 Correspondence from F.E. Reynolds, telegram
July 12, 1918 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Sept. 4, 1918 Correspondence from James M. Cox
Sept. 9, 1918 Correspondence from Gaius S. Atkins
Sept. 20, 1918 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
Sept. 21, 1918 Correspondence from A.L. Rohner
Sept. 24, 1918 Correspondence from J.R. Lovejoy
Sept. 26, 1918 TCM correspondence to E.S. Morse
Oct. 1, 1918 Correspondence from Emerson McMillin
Oct. 3, 1918 Correspondence from John A. Brashear, letter from John Tyndall to Brashear attached
Oct. 14, 1918 TCM correspondence to Warren G. Harding, note attached about reason for letter
Oct. 16, 1918 Correspondence from Warren G. Harding
Oct. 24, 1918 Correspondence from Emerson McMillin
Dec. 5, 1918 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Dec. 18, 1918 Correspondence from Florence Virginia West
Dec. 21, 1918 Correspondence from Emerson McMillin, clippings attached
Dec. 23, 1918 Correspondence from R.M. Royer, Acting Sec., Ohio State University

January - May 1919

Box 9 Folder 4 Jan. 13, 1919 Correspondence from T.W. Richards
Feb., 1919 From sermon of Rev. C.G. Atkins (Caius Glen?) at the unveiling of a tablet in memory of Dr. Gladden
Feb. 25, 1919 Correspondence from A.W. Sabine
Mar. 20, 1919 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Mar. 20, 1919 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Apr. 7, 1919 Correspondence from Correspondence from Asst. Treasurer, Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 12, 1919 Correspondence from Elbert H. Baker
Apr. 19, 1919 Correspondence from Ames W. Morse
Apr. 23, 1919 TCM correspondence to Dr. Alston Ellis
Apr. 25, 1919 Correspondence from Alston Ellis
Apr. 27, 1919 Correspondence from A.W. Sabine, printed biography of Wallace Clement Ware Sabine attached
May 9, 1919 TCM correspondence to Messrs. Spahr & Glenn
May 10, 1919 Correspondence about commemorative diplomas for soldiers lost in the war, County Association
May 17, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Company
May 23, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Company

June 1919

Box 9 Folder 5 June 3, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Company
June 10, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Company
June 16, 1919 Correspondence from James M. Cox commissions TCM to be a Member of the Board of Trustees of Ohio State University
June 17, 1919 Correspondence from John W. Hancher
June 17, 1919 Correspondence from William McPherson
June 17, 1919 Correspondence from Julius F. Stone
June 18, 1919 Correspondence from O.T. Corson
June 18, 1919 Correspondence from James M. Cox
June 18, 1919 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
June 19, 1919 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
June 20, 1919 Correspondence from F.C. Blake
June 20, 1919 Correspondence from Toshio Takamine
June 21, 1919 Committee of 11 professors correspondence to President & Board of Trustees, Ohio State University, request for raise in salary
June 23, 1919 Correspondence from Mrs. Herbert Osborn
June 24, 1919 Correspondence from W.H. Siebert
June 27, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
June 27, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
June 27, 1919 Correspondence from Tsunejiro Miyaoka
June 27, 1919 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers

July - August 1919

Box 9 Folder 6 July 1, 1919 Correspondence from Olive Jones
July 2, 1919 Correspondence from S.G. Derby
July 4, 1919 Correspondence from J.V. Denney
July 7, 1919 Correspondence from W.T. Sedgwick
July 10, 1919 TCM, draft correspondence to Messrs. Adolph & Dungan
July 21, 1919 Correspondence from Julius F. Stone
July 23, 1919 Correspondence from Adolph & Dungan
July 25, 1919 Correspondence from G.W. Knight
July 25, 1919 TCM correspondence to Adolph & Dungan
July 26, 1919 Correspondence from W.H. Siebert
July 28, 1919 Correspondence from S.G. Derby
July 28, 1919 Correspondence from Osman C. Hooper
July 29, 1919 Correspondence from Adolph & Dungan
July 30, 1919 Correspondence from Alfred Vivian
Aug. 1, 1919 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Aug. 7, 1919 Correspondence from V.W. Filiatrault, clippings & chart enclosed
Aug. 8, 1919 Correspondence from W.H. Siebert
Aug. 9, 1919 W.O. Thompson correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford, Bradford's reply (Aug. 16) enclosed
Aug. 10, 1919 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Aug. 13, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Company
Aug. 16, 1919 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Aug. 18, 1919 Correspondence from Charles H. Adams, Asst. Treas., Harris, Forbes & Company
Aug. 19, 1919 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson, Annual Communication of the President to the University Faculty- Thurs. Oct. 2, 1919 enclosed
Aug. 20, 1919 Correspondence from W.H. Siebert
Aug. 21, 1919 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
Aug. 23, 1919 Correspondence from William McPherson
ca. Aug. 24, 1919 TCM correspondence to Osman C. Hooper
Aug. 25, 1919 Correspondence from Horace L. Wilgus
Aug. 27, 1919 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
Aug. 28, 1919 Correspondence from Chester Corey
Aug. 31, 1919 Correspondence from S.G. Derby

September - November 1919

Box 9 Folder 7 Sept. 4, 1919 Correspondence from American Chain Co., first page only
Sept. 9, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Sept. 10, 1919 Correspondence from Vinton E. M Vicker
Sept. 11, 1919 Correspondence from R.S. Woodward
Sept. 12, 1919 Correspondence from M.H. Haertel Mary E. White
Sept. 12, 1919 Correspondence from Osman C. Hooper
Sept. 15, 1919 Correspondence from R.S. Woodward; "Classics" by John J. Stevenson, reprinted from School & Society, Vol. X, No. 241, Aug. 9, 1919, enclosed
Sept. 17, 1919 J.E. McGilvrey correspondence To Whom It May Concern, transcript for Irene Angella
Sept. 19, 1919 J.E. McGilvrey correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Sept. 30, 1919 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Oct. 3, 1919 Correspondence from J.E. McGilvrey
Oct. 3, 1919 Correspondence from A.B. Wheeler
Oct. 4, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co., cashier
Oct. 5, 1919 Correspondence from F.C. Blake
Oct. 11, 1919 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb, letter from Steeb to E.W. Harvey, enclosed
Oct. 14, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 15, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 18, 1919 Correspondence from F.C. Blake
Oct. 19, 1919 TCM correspondence to Mr. McMillin
Oct. 20, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 21, 1919 Correspondence from Emerson McMillin
Oct. 21, 1919 Correspondence from Joseph L. Wheeler, report of Legislative Committee about libraries, attached
Oct. 22, 1919 TCM, draft correspondence to Messrs. Adolph & Dungan
Oct. 22, 1919 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Oct. 25, 1919 TCM, draft correspondence to Professor Blake
Oct. 27, 1919 Correspondence from Adolph & Dungan
Nov. 9, 1919 Correspondence from E.I. Antrim
Nov. 11-19, 1919 Correspondence about staff at Portage County Hospital
Nov. 14, 1919 TCM correspondence to Dr. Sivon
Nov. 14, 1919 Correspondence from C.B. Wheeler, The Burrows Brothers Co.
Nov. 15, 1919 TCM correspondence to Adolph & Dungan
Nov. 19, 1919 Correspondence from Adolph & Dungan
Nov. 19, 1919 Correspondence from George C. Groman
Nov. 24, 1919 Correspondence from Toshio Takamine
Nov. 25, 1919 Correspondence from Amy Stahl

December 1919

Box 9 Folder 8 Dec. 1, 1919 Correspondence from Joseph L. Wheeler
Dec. 2, 1919 Correspondence from M.E. McCaffrey
Dec. 2, 1919 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
Dec. 2, 1919 Correspondence from R.H. Platt, Jr. & R.R. Platt (?)
Dec. 4, 1919 Correspondence from Chester Corey
Dec. 10, 1919 Correspondence from C.L. Carlile, TCM's reply on reverse side (Dec. 12)
Dec. 11, 1919 Correspondence from J.J. Jackson
Dec. 12, 1919 Correspondence from F.C. Blake
Dec. 13, 1919 Correspondence from A.W. Greeley, clipping attached
Dec. 13, 1919 Correspondence from Francis W. Coker, Firman E. Bear, questionnaire attached

(box heading) Correspondence, December 1919 - June 1921

December 1919 - April 1920

Box 10 Folder 1 Dec. 15, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Company
Dec. 15, 1919 Correspondence from Charles Otis Palmer
Dec. 16, 1919 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Dec. 16, 1919 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
Dec. 19, 1919 Correspondence from J.V. Denney, Exhibit of the Complete Four-Year Individual Curricula of 90 Seniors & comments (Nov. 25, 1919), enclosed
Dec. 23, 1919 Correspondence from C.G. Hartlerode, Portage County Commissioners
Dec. 27, 1919 Correspondence from Borton & Borton, E.H. Dailey
Dec. 29, 1919 Correspondence from Material relating to the salaries of the Ohio State University faculty
Dec. 30, 1919 Correspondence from John A. Brashear
Jan. 6, 1920 Correspondence from J.L. Morrill
Jan. 13, 1920 Correspondence from Chauncey B. Baker
Jan. 16, 1920 Correspondence from Adolph & Dungan
Jan. 19, 1920 Correspondence from Mrs. Simon Newcomb
Jan. 19, 1920 Correspondence from Edgar B. VanWagoner
Jan. 23, 1920 Correspondence from William McPherson, information on J.M. Bryant & Embury M. Hitchcock enclosed
Jan. 23, 1920 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Jan. 26, 1920 Correspondence from Fred W. Flowers
Jan. 27, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Jan. 28, 1920 Correspondence from William McPherson
Jan. 29, 1920 Correspondence from Adolph & Dungan
Jan. 30, 1920 Correspondence from O.T. Corson
Jan. 30, 1920 Correspondence from C.O. Ruggles
Feb. 2, 1920 Correspondence from Adolph & Dungan, sketch enclosed
Feb. 11, 1920 Correspondence from William McPherson
Feb. 15, 1920 Correspondence from Frank M. Symonde
Feb. 22, 1920 Correspondence from Charles Palmer, Chief Chemist, United Fuel Gas Co.
Mar. 9, 1920 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Apr. 21, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
Apr. 22, 1920 Correspondence from Emerson McMillin
Apr. 26, 1920 Correspondence from Emerson McMillin
Apr. 28, 1920 Correspondence from A.N. Eldred

May 1920

Box 10 Folder 2 May 1, 1920 Correspondence from R.S. Smith
May 1, 1920 Correspondence from G.W. Standish, R.S. Smith
May 5, 1920 Correspondence from Earl Smith & Son
May 11, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
May 14, 1920 Correspondence from Ohio Academy of Science, TCM's election to membership, F.C. Blake, Edward L. Rice
May 14, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett, telegram
May 14, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
May 15, 1920 Correspondence from C.L. Carlile
May 17, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett, information on homeopathic schools attached
May 18, 1920 Correspondence from C.L. Carlile, note about reply on reverse side
May 18, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
May 20, 1920 Charles S. Gleed correspondence to James A. Wickersham
May 22, 1920 N.P. Colwell, Council on Medical Education & Hospitals, correspondence to Henry S. Pritchett, questions & answers on homeopathic schools enclosed
May 24, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
May 29, 1920 Correspondence from Anita Newcomb McGee
May 29, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett

June 1920

Box 10 Folder 3 June 3, 1920 Correspondence from I.L. Kandel, with list of American contributors to medical science
June 7, 1920 Correspondence from W.H. Alexander
June 7, 1920 Correspondence from Melville J.M. Cox
June 7, 1920 Correspondence from Charles Sheard
June 14, 1920 Correspondence from Helen M. Donthell
June 20, 1920 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb, letter by Mendenhall (June 20) to Deans of Colleges, Dept. Heads & Older Professors enclosed
June 21, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
June 22, 1920 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
June 24, 1920 Correspondence from Louise Orton Caldwell
June 24, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
June 25, 1920 Correspondence from C.V. Marvin
June 25, 1920 Correspondence from J.S. Myers
June 25, 1920 Correspondence from R.S. Woodward
June 26, 1920 Correspondence from W.H. Scott
June 28, 1920 Correspondence from O.T. Corson
June 28, 1920 Correspondence from S.G. Derby
June 30, 1920 Correspondence from The Ohio Newspaper, Osman C. Hooper, Joseph S. Myers

July 1920

Box 10 Folder 4 July 1, 1920 Correspondence from Dorothy Caufield Fisher
July 1, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
July 1, 1920 Correspondence from Ferdinand Howald
July 6, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
July 8, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
July 9, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
July 10, 1920 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
July 12, 1920 Correspondence from Adolph & Dungan
July 12, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
July 14, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
July 14, 1920 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
July 15, 1920 Correspondence from J.W. Bailey
July 15, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
July 15, 1920 Correspondence from Olive Jones
July 15, 1920 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
July 15, 1920 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
July 16, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
July 17, 1920 Correspondence from Adolph & Dungan
July 17, 1920 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers, note by TCM on side of page
July 18, 1920 Correspondence from Gaius Glenn Atkins (?)
July 23, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
July 27, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
July 27, 1920 Correspondence from B.L. Stradley
July 28, 1920 Correspondence from Chester Corey
July 31, 1920 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers

August - September 1920

Box 10 Folder 5 Aug. 5, 1920 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
Aug. 6, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Aug. 9, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
Aug. 10, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Aug. 11, 1920 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
Aug. 12, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Aug. 13, 1920 Correspondence from Joseph L. Wheeler
Aug. 15, 1920 Correspondence from William McPherson
Aug. 16, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co., C.H. Stevens, Assistant Cashier
Aug. 16, 1920 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
Aug. 17, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Aug. 19, 1920 Correspondence from Osman C. Hooper
Aug. 20, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Aug. 23, 1920 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Aug. 27, 1920 Correspondence from Gertrude S. Kellicott
Sept. 7, 1920 Correspondence from Joseph L. Wheeler, draft of article on Reuben McMillan & draft of Mendenhall's reply (Oct. 5, 1920), enclosed
Sept. 9, 1920 Correspondence from Lowry F. Later
Sept. 13, 1920 Correspondence from Thomas H. Briggs
Sept. 14, 1920 Correspondence from H.G. Burlingame
Sept. 15, 1920 Correspondence from E.W. Harvey
Sept. 17, 1920 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
Sept. 17, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett, paper on the medical situation in the Ohio State Univ., attached
Sept. 23, 1920 Correspondence from Curtis C. Howard
Sept. 25, 1920 Correspondence from C.V. Marvin
Sept. 25, 1920 Correspondence from George W. Rightmire

October - November 1920

Box 10 Folder 6 Oct. 4, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Fritchett
Census Figures for Portage County
Oct. 8, 1920 C.E. Sherman correspondence to William McPherson
Oct. 8, 1920 Correspondence from Henry S. Fritchett
Oct. 13-16, 1920 Correspondence from General Program of the Semicentennial Celebration of the Ohio State Univ. (2 copies)
Oct. 13-16, 1920 Correspondence from Ohio State Univ., 50th Anniversary, invitation
Oct. 15, 1920 Correspondence from Alumni Dinner, College of Law, Ohio State Univ., program & menu
Oct. 19, 1920 Correspondence from F.C. Blake
Oct. 21, 1920 Correspondence from William McPherson
Oct. 25, 1920 Correspondence from William McPherson
Oct. 26, 1920 Correspondence from Charles S. Nelson
Oct. 31, 1920 Correspondence from Jane D. Sullivant
Nov. 1, 1920 Correspondence from Elizabeth Sullivant
Nov. 4, 1920 Correspondence from George Melville Bolling
Nov. 5, 1920 Correspondence from Louise Orton Caldwell

January - May 1921

Box 10 Folder 7 ca. 1921-1922 TCM correspondence to Mrs. Beardsley
Jan. 11, 1921 Correspondence from A.W. Greeley
Jan. 14, 1921 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
Jan. 18, 1921 Correspondence from F.A. Chaves
Jan. 25, 1921 Correspondence from Arthur Gordon Webster
Feb. 19, 1921 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
Mar. 8, 1921 Correspondence from W.D. Campbell
Mar. 10, 1921 TCM correspondence to Dr. Thompson
Mar. 14, 1921 Correspondence from D.L. Hazard Miss Margarette Brooks
Mar. 24, 1921 Correspondence from Ira H. Harris
Mar. 26, 1921 TCM correspondence to Miss Margarette Brooks
Apr. 8, 1921 Correspondence from Frances Lester Warner
Apr. 11, 1921 Correspondence from Walter H. Martin
Apr. 18, 1921 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Apr. 19, 1921 Correspondence from E.S. Hitchcock, A.D. Cole
Apr. 29, 1921 Correspondence from Martha C. Hoyt
Apr. 29, 1921 Correspondence from Edward Orton, Jr.
May 2, 1921 AV:T , copy correspondence to W.O. Thompson
May 2, 1921 Correspondence from Mrs. A D. Robinson
May 3, 1921 Correspondence from J.V Denney
May 5, 1921 Correspondence from Erie A. Eckl
May 7, 1921 Correspondence from T.S. Huntington
May 7, 1921 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
May 10, 1921 TCM correspondence to G.W. Mallon
May 10, 1921 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
May 11, 1921 Correspondence from William McPherson
May 13, 1921 Correspondence from Henry B.F. Macfarland
May 13, 1921 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
May 14, 1921 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
May 16, 1921 Correspondence from C.F. Brush, Synopsis of a Discussion of a Kinetic Theory of Gravitation II; & Some New Experiments in Gravitation by Charles F. Brush, enclosed
May 20, 1921 Correspondence from C.F. Brush
May 23, 1921 Correspondence from William McPherson
May 24, 1921 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
May 25, 1921 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
May 26, 1921 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
May 27, 1921 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
May 28, 1921 William McPherson correspondence to Deans
May 30, 1921 Mrs. Frank E. Pomerene correspondence to W.O. Thompson

June 1921

Box 10 Folder 8 May 31, 1921 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
June 2, 1921 Correspondence from William McPherson
June 2, 1921 Correspondence from Dayton C. Miller
June 3, 1921 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
June 3, 1921 Correspondence from G.W. Mallon
June 3, 1921 W.O. Thompson, copy correspondence to Board of Trustees, Ohio State Univ.
June 6, 1921 Correspondence from Alfred Vivian
June 7, 1921 Correspondence from Mrs. Pamela Andress
June 8, 1921 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
June 12, 1921 Milton S. Hergesheimer, copy correspondence to Gov. Harry L. Davis
June 12, 1921 Correspondence from Julius F. Stone
June 13, 1921 Correspondence from John N. Cole
June 13, 1921 Olin, J. Ross, copy correspondence to Board of Trustees, Ohio State Univ.; Resolution against Religious Schools in State Univ. & Public Schools, attached
June 14, 1921 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
June 17, 1921 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
June 17, 1921 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
June 17, 1921 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson, copy Milton S. Hergesheimer
June 17, 1921 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
June 18, 1921 Correspondence from Names agreed to - not yet elected ???
June 21, 1921 Correspondence from W.H. Siebert
June 22, 1921 Correspondence from Margaret Feldner
June 23, 1921 Correspondence from Appropriation by Legislature to Agricultural Experiment Station
June 23, 1921 Correspondence from Confidential Notes, Board of Trustees, Ohio State Univ.
June 26, 1921 Correspondence from W.O Thompson

Correspondence, July 1921 - March 1922

July 1921

Box 11 Folder 1 July 5, 1921 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
July 8, 1921 Correspondence from E.W. Harvey, report of Board of Visitors of the Ohio State University Association attached
July 11, 1921 Correspondence from E. Lester Jones
July 11, 1921 Correspondence from Mrs. Charles A. Phillips, daughter of Joseph Mendenhall, clipping enclosed
July 11, 1921 W.O. Thompson, copy correspondence to Carl E. Steeb
July 11, 1921 W.O. Thompson, copy correspondence to Carl. E. Steeb, changes in University budget
July 12, 1921 Correspondence from James E. Campbell, copy of "The Coffin of Edwin Coppock" by TCM & letter from Campbell of July 5, 1921 enclosed
July 15, 1921 Correspondence from Mrs. J.S. Ward
July 16, 1921 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb, clipping attached
July 18, 1921 A bill to the metric system of weights & measures as the single standard of weights & measures for certain uses
July 18, 1921 Correspondence from Albert L. Barrows
July 18, 1921 Correspondence from William T. Magruder
July 20, 1921 Correspondence from Caroline A. Lord
July 21, 1921 Correspondence from O.T. Corran
July 21, 1921 Correspondence from J.V. Denney
July 21, 1921 Correspondence from J.H. Galbraith
July 21, 1921 Correspondence from B.F.McCann (Benjamin)
July 21, 1921 Correspondence from W.H. Scott
July 22, 1921 Correspondence from L.B. Walton
July 24, 1921 Correspondence from H.C. Lord
July 24, 1921 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
July 24, 1921 Correspondence from George R. Twiss
July 25, 1921 Correspondence from John Kaiser
July 25, 1921 Correspondence from Ralph D. Mershon
July 25, 1921 Correspondence from ?, President, General Motors Research Corp.
July 25, 1921 Correspondence from K.D. Wood
July 29, 1921 Correspondence from Frederick Keffer
July 29, 1921 Correspondence from George Smart

August - September 1921

Box 11 Folder 2 Aug. 1921 TCM correspondence to Harvey, E.W., answer to July 8?, says "about a year ago"
Aug. 1, 1921 Correspondence from J.J. Jackson
Aug. 1, 1921 Correspondence from Caroline McNeal
Aug. 2, 1921 Correspondence from O.T. Corson
Aug. 6, 1921 Correspondence from Osman C. Hooper, copy of title page of History of the Ohio University enclosed
Aug. 6, 1921 Correspondence from Mendenhal1, Helmholtz, 1821-1921, correspondence to J.M.K. Cattell, draft attached
Aug. 6, 1921 TCM, draft correspondence to Dr. Thompson (W.O.)
Aug. 8, 1921 Correspondence from W.E. Henderson
Aug. 9, 1921 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Aug. 9, 1921 Correspondence from Margaret C. Hoyt, TCM note bottom of page & TCM draft of reply enclosed
Aug. 9, 1921 Correspondence from Elizabeth E. Macfarland
Aug. 9, 1921 Correspondence from Wynne Williams
Aug. 11, 1921 Correspondence from Charles B. Morrey
Aug. 12, 1921 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Aug. 18, 1921 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Aug. 18, 1921 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Aug. 18, 1921 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Aug. 19, 1921 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
Aug. 19, 1921 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
Aug. 19, 1921 Correspondence from William Van Sittert, The Burrows Brothers Co.
Aug. 20, 1921 Correspondence from Mrs. A. H. Millikin
Aug. 20, 1921 Correspondence from Mignon Talbot
Aug. 22, 24, 1921 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Aug. 21, 1921 Correspondence from Tanakadate, postcard
Aug. 22, 1921 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Aug. 23, 1921 Correspondence from The Encyclopaedia Britannica
Aug. 24, 1921 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson, accounts of the retirement of Joseph Villiers Denney, one by WOT & one by TCM (sent Aug. 23) enclosed
Aug. 25, 1921 Correspondence from A. Tanakadate
Aug. 29, 1921 Correspondence from Oliver L. Fassig
Aug. 30, 1921 Correspondence from Martha C. Hoyt
Sept. 2, 1921 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
Sept. 7, 1921 Correspondence from Charles E. Findlay
Sept. 16, 1921 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers, letter from William L. Denning (Sept. 6) to C.E. Merrill, enclosed
Sept. 18, 1921 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Sept. 20, 1921 Correspondence from Charles P. Sigerfoos
Sept. 23, 1921 Correspondence from E.W. Harvey
Sept. 26, 1921 W.O. Thompson, copy correspondence to Board of Trustees, Ohio State Univ.
Sept. 27, 1921 Correspondence from Albert L. Caris
Sept. 28, 1921 Correspondence from James P. C. Southall
Sept. 30, 1921 Correspondence from Claude A. Burrett

October 4, 1921 Eightieth Birthday Greetings

Box 11 Folder 3 American Red Cross, Portage County Chapter
Sept. 29 Andress, Pamela
Oct. 4 Axley Hall, girls of
Bagnall, Mrs. Ernest J.
Oct. 4 Brodie, Eileen
Sept. 27 Campbell, James E.
Oct. 3 Douthill , Helen
Oct. 4 Gilbert, E.E. - telegram
Haymaker, Mrs. Mary & Miss Elizabeth Hodgkins, W.C.
Oct. 4 Howard, Curtis C.
Oct. 4 Koellike, George
Oct. 4 Ethel - telegram
Sept. 30 Lamme, B.G.
Oct. 4 Laybourne, Lawrence E.- telegram
Oct. 1 Lovejoy, Jesse R.
Oct. 3 Mallon, Guy W.
Oct. 2 Marple, Charles A.
McCann, Eleanor
Oct. 3 Mees, C.L, - telegram
Oct. 2 Mees, Leo
Sept. 29 Mees, Otto
Oct. 5 Mendenhall, Charles
Oct. 1 Moore, A.H.
Oct. 4 Myers, Mrs. J.W.
Oct. 4 Reed, C.A.
Oct. 1 Rohrer, A.L.
S., Marjorie and Billy
Oct. 2 Sater, John E.
Oct. 4 Sparks, Edwin E.
Sept. 19 Correspondence from Stone, Julius F.
Sullivant, Jane D.
Oct. 1 Thomson, Elihu
Oct. 4 Twiss, George W.
Oct. 3 Wilgus, H.L. (Horace)

Special Leatherbound Personal Greeting

Box 11 Folder 3 Bradfeete, O.E.
Campbell, James E.
Cunningham, John F.
Fanard, Livingston
Kaiser, John
Kelley, Charles F.
McCann, Benjamin F.
Scott, William H.
Steeb, Carl E.
Thompson, Estelle Clark
Thompson, William Axley

October - November 12, 1921

Box 11 Folder 4 Oct. 4, 1921 Correspondence from The Shannon Furniture Co., R.E. O'Connor
Oct. 6, 1921 Correspondence from C.V. Marvin, letter from Marvin to Martha Woorhees (Oct. 4) & "Modern Methods of Protection Against Lightning", Farmers' Bulletin 842, August 1917 enclosed (by Roy N. Covert)
Oct. 6, 1921 Correspondence from Alice T. Wing
Oct. 7, 1921 Correspondence from William McPherson
Oct. 9, 1921 Correspondence from Z.W. Points
Oct. 10, 1921 Correspondence from J.L. Morrill
Oct. 10, 1921 Correspondence from Joseph L. Wheeler
Oct. 11, 1921 Correspondence from The Encyclopaedia Britannica, A. Walsh
Oct. 15, 1921 TCM correspondence to Elihu Thomson
Oct. 15, 1921 Correspondence from G.R. Putnam, letter & copy
Oct. 18, 1921 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Oct. 19, 1921 J.L. Morrill
Oct. 21, 1921 E.N. Transeau, copy correspondence to Alfred Vivlan
Oct. 25, 1921 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Oct. 26, 1921 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Oct. 27, 1921 Correspondence from Thomas E. French, draft of Mendenhall's reply on bottom of page & on attached sheet
Oct. 29, 1921 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Oct. 31, 1921 Correspondence from The Encyclopaedia Britannica, A. Walsh, draft of reply (Nov. 2) enclosed
Nov. 1, 1921 Correspondence from Stewart A. Hoover
Nov. 1, 1921 Correspondence from Charles F. Kelley
Nov. 1, 1921 Correspondence from Kiggins & Tooker Co., H.C. Dean, Cashier
Nov. 1, 1921 Correspondence from William McPherson
Nov. 2, 1921 Correspondence from William McPherson
Nov. 2, 1921 Alfred Vivian, copy correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Nov. 2, 1921 Correspondence from Joseph Walker & Sons
Nov. 3, 1921 Correspondence from F.C. Blake
Nov. 3, 1921 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Nov. 3, 1921 TCM, draft correspondence to W.J. Robison or W.E. Stutts
Nov. 3, 1921 Correspondence from Alfred Vivian
Nov. 4, 1921 Correspondence from W.E. Stutts
Nov. 5, 1921 Correspondence from Willard Grosvenor Bleyer
Nov. 5, 1932 Correspondence from Stewart A. Hoover
Nov. 8, 1921 Correspondence from F.C. Blake
Nov. 8, 1921 Correspondence from William McPherson
Nov. 11, 1921 TCM, draft correspondence to Editor, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Nov. 12, 1921 Correspondence from Effie Brooks Borden
Nov. 12, 1921 Correspondence from Annie W.S. Siebert
Nov. 12, 1921 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb

November 14 - December 1921

Box 11 Folder 5 Nov. 14, 1921 Correspondence from W.A. Noyes
Nov. 15, 1921 Correspondence from Paul Brockett, Asst. Sec., National Academy of Sciences, typed & printed copies of Ladd Bill enclosed
Nov. 15, 1921 Correspondence from W.A. Noyes, copy of Ladd bill on metric system attached
Nov. 18, 1921 Correspondence from Estelle Clark Thompson (Mrs. William Oxley Thompson)
Nov. 18, 1921 Correspondence from Charles D. Walcott
Nov. 18, 1921 Correspondence from A.G. Webster, telegram
Nov. 23, 1921 Correspondence from Charles D. Walcott

Copies of telegrams about the Ladd Bill, originals sent to C.D. Walcott

Box 11 Folder 5 Nov. 26, 1921 Correspondence from F.L. Ransome
Nov. 28, 1921 Correspondence from W.R. Whitney
Nov. 28, 1921 Correspondence from F.B. Jewett
Nov. 28, 1921 Correspondence from F.B. Jewett, night letter
Nov. 28, 1921 Correspondence from W.R. Whitney, telegram (above item includes copy)
Nov. 28, 1921 Correspondence from W.R. Whitney
Nov. 29, 1921 Correspondence from F.B. Jewett
Nov. 29, 1921 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
Dec. 6, 1921 Correspondence from The Cleveland Engineering Agency Co., President
Dec. 6, 1921 Correspondence from Burton E. Livingston, draft of reply on bottom and reverse side of page
Dec. 7, 1921 Correspondence from Olive Jones
Dec. 8, 1921 Correspondence from C.B. Galbreath
Dec. 8, 1921 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Dec. 9, 1921 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
Dec. 16, 1921 Correspondence from Burton E. Livingston
Dec. 17, 1921 Correspondence from J.F. Baldwin
Dec. 19, 1921 Correspondence from W. R. Pomerene
Dec. 27, 1921 Correspondence from William McPherson

January - February 1922

Box 11 Folder 6 ca. 1922 Correspondence from Clara Eleanor Babst; campaign literature for Daniel Babst & clipping about him enclosed
Jan. 3, 1922 Correspondence from Robert S. Woodward
Jan. 4, 1922 Correspondence from R.E. Bauman
Jan. 4, 1922 Correspondence from N.W. Falearer(?)
Jan. 4, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson
Jan. 6, 1922 Correspondence from R.E. Bauman, The Herrick Co.
Jan. 6, 1922 Correspondence from F.B. Jewett
Jan. 10, 1922 Correspondence from F.L. Ransome
Jan. 12, 1922 Correspondence from Robert S. Woodward
Jan. 13, 1922 Correspondence from G.P. Koelliker
Jan. 16, 1922 Correspondence from Bruce Wilde Saville
Jan. 18, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford, suggestions of committee for changes in building enclosed
Jan. 18, 1922 Correspondence from George D. Hubbard
Jan. 25, 1922 Correspondence from O.T. Corson
Jan. 25, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson
Jan. 27, 1922 Correspondence from G.M. Bolling
Jan. 31, 1922 TCM correspondence to G.M. Bolling
Feb. 3, 1922 Correspondence from George D. Hubbard
Feb. 6, 1922 Correspondence from J.J. Jackson, contract enclosed
Feb. 10, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Feb. 10, 1922 TCM correspondence to N.P. Colwell
Feb. 11, 1922 TCM correspondence to William H. Welch
Feb. 20, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co., letters from Harris Forbes & Co. until 3/22/22 enclosed
Feb. 27, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson
Feb. 28, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson

March 1922

Box 11 Folder 7 Mar. 1, 1922 Correspondence from Gaius Glenn Atkins
Mar. l, 1922 Correspondence from Bruce Wilde Saville
Mar. 2, 1922 Correspondence from Julius F. Stone
Mar. 4, 1922 TCM correspondence to Gaius Glenn Atkins
Mar. 4, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Mar. 7, 1922 Correspondence from Charles D. Walcott
Mar. 9, 1922 Correspondence from Welles Bosworth
Mar. 9, 1922 Correspondence from Welles Bosworth, telegram
Mar. 11, 1922 TCM correspondence to Judge Benjamin F. McCann
Mar. 13, 1922 Correspondence from Benjamin F. McCann
Mar. 14, 1922 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
Mar. 16, 1922 Correspondence from Gertrude Kellicott
Mar. 18, 1922 Correspondence from O.T. Corson
Mar. 18, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E.R. Laybourne
Mar. 19, 1922 Memo
Mar. 21, 1922 Correspondence from O.T. Corson
Mar. 22, 1922 Correspondence from Welles Bosworth
Mar. 26, 1922 TCM correspondence to E.F. McCampbell
Mar. 27, 1922 TCM correspondence to Lawrence E. Laybourne, Report of the Committee on Buildings & Grounds to the Board of Trustees of the Ohio State Univ, enclosed
Mar. 27, 1922 Correspondence from S.R. Williams
Mar. 28, 1922 TCM form letter correspondence to Committee on Weights, Measures & Coinage of Nat. Acad.
Mar. 29, 1922 Correspondence from F.B. Jewett
Mar. 29, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson
Mar. 29, 1922 TCM correspondence to Charles D. Walcott
Mar. 29, 1922 Correspondence from F.L. Ransome
Mar. 30, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Mar. 30, 1922 Correspondence from A.A. Michelson
Mar. 30, 1922 Correspondence from Edward W. Mosley
Mar. 30, 1922 Correspondence from W.R. Whitney
Mar. 30, 1922 Correspondence from Robert S. Woodward
Mar. 31, 1922 Correspondence from Charles D. Walcott

Correspondence, April 1922 - September 1922

April - May 1922

Box 12 Folder 1 Apr. 1, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Apr. 1, 1922 TCM correspondence to Carl E. Steeb
Apr. 3, 1922 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
Apr. 4, 1922 Correspondence from A.G. Webster
Apr. 11, 1922 Correspondence from Benjamin F. McCann
Apr. 11, 1922 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Apr. 11, 1922 Correspondence from A.A. Michelson
Apr. 12, 1922 TCM correspondence to Judge Benjamin F. McCann
Apr. 12, 1922 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Apr. 13, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Apr. 14, 1922 Correspondence from Benjamin F. McCann, copy of letter from McCann to Julius F. Stone enclosed
Apr. 16, 1922 TCM correspondence to Mr. Boswell
Apr. 16, 1922 TCM correspondence to Welles Bosworth, enclosed with above?
Apr. 17, 1922 Correspondence from John S. Kenyon, draft of reply on back of page
Apr. 17, 1922 TCM correspondence to William McPherson
Apr. 17, 1922 TCM correspondence to Robert S. Woodward
Apr. 17, 1922 TCM correspondence to A.A. Michelson
Apr. 17, 1922 TCM correspondence to Frank B. Jewett
Apr. 17, 1922 TCM correspondence to F.L. Ransome
Apr. 17, 1922 TCM correspondence to W.R. Whitney
Apr. 17, 1922 TCM correspondence to Charles D. Walcott
Apr. 17, 1922 Correspondence from Russell Robb, draft of reply on back of page
Apr. 18, 1922 Correspondence from Edward L. Rice
Apr. 19, 1922 William McPherson
Apr. 19, 1922 TCM, report to the Board of Trustees Lawrence E. Laybourne of Ohio State Univ., enclosed
Apr. 19, 1922 W.O. Thompson
Apr. 20, 1922 Correspondence from B.R. Buckingham
Apr. 20, 1922 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Apr. 21, 1922 Correspondence from Edward L. Rice
Apr. 21, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Apr. 24, 1922 Correspondence from John S. Kenyon
Apr. 24, 1922 Correspondence from P.L. Wood
Apr. 25, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Apr. 28, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson
May 1, 1922 Correspondence from Julius F. Stone
May 3, 1922 Correspondence from Welles Bosworth
May 5, 1922 Correspondence from William Darrach
May 6, 1922 TCM correspondence to John Kaiser
May 6, 1922 TCM correspondence to Walk-On Rug Co.
May 6, 1922 TCM correspondence to C.G. Abbot
May 6, 1922 Correspondence from S.W. Swatton
May 8, 1922 Correspondence from Thomas E. French
May 8, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson
May 8, 1922 TCM correspondence to John E. Cunningham
May 8, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
May 10, 1922 TCM correspondence to William Darrach
May 11, 1922 Correspondence from C.G. Abbot
May 11, 1922 TCM correspondence to S.W. Stratton
May 11, 1922 Correspondence from Julius F. Stone
May 13, 1922 TCM correspondence to Miner Lee Bates
May 15, 1922 Correspondence from William Darrach
May 16, 1922 TCM correspondence to Charles D. Walcott
May 18, 1922 Correspondence from Miner Lee Bates
May 18, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
May 18, 1922 Correspondence from C.L. Carlile
May 18, 1922 Correspondence from S.W. Stratton
May 18, 1922 Correspondence from Charles D. Walcott
May 19, 1922 TCM correspondence to S.W. Stratton
May 19, 1922 Correspondence from C.W. Reeder, draft of reply on bottom of page
May 20, 1922 TCM correspondence to S.W. Stratton
May 21, 1922 TCM correspondence to Edward G. Mahin
May 22, 1922 Correspondence from R.A. Bownocker
May 22, 1922 TCM correspondence to John Flanagan
May 25, 1922 Correspondence from A.L. Rohrer
May 25, 1922 Correspondence from Herbert F. Taylor
May 26, 1922 Correspondence from S.W. Stratton
May 27, 1922 Correspondence from I.B. Kleinert Rubber Co., H.A. Guinzburg, Treasurer
May 29, 1922 Correspondence from John F. Cunningham
May 29, 1922 TCM correspondence to A.L. Rohrer (!)
May 29, 1922 TCM correspondence to John F. Cunningham
May 31, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb, telegram

June 1922

Box 12 Folder 2 June 1, 1922 Correspondence from George S. Addams
June 1, 1922 Correspondence from John Flanagan
June 2, 1922 Correspondence from George W. Rightmire
June 3, 1922 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
June 4, 1922 TCM correspondence to John Kaiser
June 5, 1922 Correspondence from O.T. Corson
June 6, 1922 Correspondence from P.L. Wood
June 6, 1922 TCM correspondence to Welles Bosworth
June 10, 1922 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
June 11, 1922 TCM correspondence to John Kaiser
June 12, 1922 Correspondence from Charles G. Bond, J.I. Morill; Ohio State Univ. Association
June 12, 1922 Correspondence from John Flanagan
June 13, 1922 Correspondence from Osman C. Hooper
June 14, 1922 Correspondence from C.F. Hettermy, General Motors Research Corp., President
June 14, 1922 Correspondence from C.O. Ruggles
June 15, 1922 Correspondence from P.L. Wood
June 16, 1922 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
June 16, 1922 Correspondence from Medallic Art Co., C.C. Trees, Secy-Treasurer
June 16, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
June 16, 1922 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
June 19, 1922 Joseph Walker & Sons
June 19, 1922 Joseph Walker & Sons
June 20, 1922 Correspondence from Welles Bosworth
June 21, 1922 Correspondence from J.A. Bownocker
June 21, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
June 21, 1922 Correspondence from Emily D. Cole
June 21, 1922 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
June 22, 1922 Correspondence from Bruce Wilde Saville
June 22, 1922 Correspondence from Elihu Thomssn
June 22, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph Walker & Sons
June 23, 1922 Correspondence from C.F. Marvin (Charles F. !!), "Reform of the Calendar", U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Weather Bureau, June 1, 1922 enclosed
June 24, 1922 Correspondence from J.F. Baldwin
June 24, 1922 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
June 24, 1922 Correspondence from P.L. Wood
June 24, 1922 Correspondence from S.C. Wood, telegram
June 25, 1922 Correspondence from George Kennan
June 25, 1922 TCM correspondence to Francis Carter Wood, answer to J.F. Baldwin
June 26, 1922 Correspondence from G.N. Lauman
June 26, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
June 26, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
June 26, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph Walker & Sons
June 26, 1922 Correspondence from Francis C. Wood Thomas
June 27, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
June 27, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson
June 27, 1922 Correspondence from Francis Carter Wood
June 29, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
June 30, 1922 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell

July 1-15, 1922

Box 12 Folder 3 July 1, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
July 1, 1922 TCM correspondence to E.F. McCampbell
July 1, 1922 TCM correspondence to Lawrence E. Laybourne
July 2, 1922 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
July 3, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson
July 4, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
July 5, 1922 Correspondence from Claude V. Marks
July 5, 1922 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson, letter & report to the Board of Trustees, Ohio State Univ.
July 5, 1922 Correspondence from P.L. Wood
July 6, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
July 6, 1922 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
July 6, 1922 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
July 6, 1922 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
July 7, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
July 7, 1922 TCM correspondence to Lawrence E. Laybourne
July 7, 1922 TCM correspondence to E.F. Campbell
July 8, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
July 8, 1922 TCM correspondence to J.N. Bradford
July 10, 1922 Correspondence from Myra P. Kenyon
July 10, 1922 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell, telegram
July 10, 1922 Correspondence from Charles E. Sawyer, telegram
July 11, 1922 Correspondence from Jane D. Sullivant
July 12, 1922 Correspondence from A.D. Cole
July 12, 1922 Correspondence from John Flanagan
July 12, 1922 Correspondence from Curtis C. Howard, telegram
July 12, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson
July 13, 1922 Correspondence from Miss O.E. Kaetz
July 13, 1922 W.O. Thompson correspondence to Francis C. Wood
July 14, 1922 Correspondence from F.L. Landacre
July 14, 1922 W.O. Thopson correspondence to Board of Trustees, Ohio State Univ.
July 14, 1922 Correspondence from Francis C. Wood
July 15, 1922 William McPherson correspondence to Elihu Thomson, copy
July 15, 1922 Correspondence from Jane D. Sullivant

July 16-31, 1922

Box 12 Folder 4 July 16, 1922 TCM correspondence to Henry S. Pritchett
July 16, 1922 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson, 2 copies
July 17, 1922 Correspondence from Jane D. Sullivant
July 19, 1922 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell, clipping enclosed
July 20, 1922 Correspondence from Hubert Osborn
July 22, 1922 TCM correspondence to Judge B.A. Reed
July 25, 1922 TCM correspondence to Francis C. Wood
July 25, 1922 W.O. Thompson correspondence to Board of Trustees, Ohio State Univ., letter from L.W. St. John (July 20) to Thompson enclosed
July 26, 1922 TCM correspondence to The Medallic Art Company
July 27, 1922 Correspondence from Osman C. Hooper
July 27, 1922 Correspondence from Myra P. Kenyon
July 27, 1922 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
July 28, 1922 Correspondence from Annie W. Pomerene
July 28, 1922 Correspondence from P.L. Wood
July 29, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
July 30, 1922 TCM correspondence to Paul L. Wood
July 30, 1922 TCM correspondence to N.P. Colwell
July 31, 1922 Correspondence from Jane D. Sullivant
July 31, 1922 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
July 31, 1922 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
July 31, 1922 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett

August 1-16 1922

Box 12 Folder 5 Aug. 1, 1922 Correspondence from Alliance Kiwanis Club, B.M. Bates
Aug. 1, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Aug. 1, 1922 Correspondence from Chester Corey
Aug. 1, 1922 Correspondence from William C. Mills
Aug. 3, 1922 TCM correspondence to Paul L. Wood
Aug. 3, 1922 Correspondence from Francis C. Wood
Aug. 4, 1922 Correspondence from Jane D. Sullivant
Aug. 4, 1922 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
Aug. 5, 1922 Correspondence from A.W. Greeley
Aug. 5, 1922 Correspondence from Osman C. Hooper, page on Dr. Thompson included
Aug. 5, 1922 Francis Carter Wood, copy correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Aug. 8, 1922 Correspondence from Osman C. Hooper
Aug. 8, 1922 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Aug. 9, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Aug. 10, 1922 Correspondence from A.L. Rohrer
Aug. 10, 1922 TCM correspondence to F.C. Wood
Aug. 10, 1922 Correspondence from A.L. Rohrer
Aug. 11, 1922 Correspondence from Medallic Art Co., C.C. Trees
Aug. 12, 1922 Correspondence from Edward L. Rice
Aug. 16, 1922 Correspondence from A.W. Kahle
Aug. 18, 1922 Correspondence from C.B. Galbreath
Aug. 18, 1922 TCM correspondence to Carl E. Steeb
Aug. 19, 1922 Correspondence from Alliance Kiwanis Club, B.M. Bates
Aug. 19, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Aug. 19, 192 Correspondence from A.W. Kahle
Aug. 19, 1922 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Aug. 19, 1922 TCM correspondence to The Medallic Art Co.
Aug. 19, 1922 Correspondence from A.G. Webster
Aug. 20, 1922 Correspondence from John L. Cox
Aug. 20, 1922 TCM correspondence to John Flanagan

August 18-31 1922

Box 12 Folder 6 Aug. 21, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Aug. 21, 1922 Correspondence from Osman C. Hooper
Aug. 22, 1922 Correspondence from C.B. Galbreath
Aug. 23, 1922 Correspondence from Paul Brockett
Aug.23, 1922 Correspondence from John Flanagan
Aug. 23, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Aug. 24, 1922 TCM, Draft correspondence to J.N. Bradford
Aug. 25, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Aug. 25, 1922 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Aug. 25, 1922 Correspondence from TCM, draft Paul Brockett
Aug. 25, 1922 TCM, draft correspondence to Charles S. Parsons
Aug. 28, 1922 Correspondence from A.A. Michelson
Aug. 28, 1922 Correspondence from Charles S. Parsons
Aug. 29, 1922 Correspondence from Medallic Art Co., (C.C. Trees)
Aug. 29, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Aug. 30, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Aug. 30, 1922 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Aug. 31, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford

September 1922

Box 12 Folder 7 Sept. 1, 1922 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
Sept. 1, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson
Sept. 2, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Sept. 2, 1922 Correspondence from Arthur Fairbanks
Sept. 2, 1922 Correspondence from Robert S. Woodward
Sept. 3, 1922 TCM correspondence to E.F. McCampbell
Sept. 3, 1922 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Sept. 5, 1922 Correspondence from John Flanagan
Sept. 5, 1922 Correspondence from E.W. Harvey
Sept. 5, 1922 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Sept. 5, 1922 Correspondence from F.L. Ransome
Sept. 8, 1922 Correspondence from R. Fumisawa
Sept. 9, 1922 Correspondence from Dayton C. Miller
Sept. 9, 1922 Correspondence from W,O. Thompson
Sept. 11, 1922 Correspondence from E.W. Harvey
Sept. 11, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb, Statement of Joseph Sullivant Medal Fund & letter to John Flanagan (Aug. 24, 1922) enclosed
Sept. 12, 1922 TCM correspondence to E.W. Harvey
Sept. 12, 1922 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Sept. 13, 1922 Correspondence from Herbert S. Hirshberg
Sept. 14, 1922 TCM correspondence to J. McKeen Cattell
Sept. 15, 1922 Correspondence from John Flanagan
May 20, 1922 TCM correspondence to S.W. Stratton
Sept. 16, 1922 TCM correspondence to Robert S. Woodward
Sept. 18, 1922 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Sept. 20, 1922 Correspondence from Medallic Art Company, C.C. Trees
Sept. 21, 1922 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Sept. 23, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Sept. 25, 1922 Correspondence from H.H. Newell; Harris, Forbes & Co., circular on Federal Farm Loan bonds enclosed
Sept. 26, 1922 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
Sept. 27, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Sept. 27, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Sept. 27, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Sept. 27, 1922 Correspondence from Herbert S. Hirshberg
Sept. 27, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Sept. 29, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson, report of the Committee on Award of the Joseph Sullivant Medal enclosed
Sept. 29, 1922 TCM correspondence to Benjamin G. Lamme
Sept. 29, 1922 TCM correspondence to Elihu Thomson
Sept. 29, 1922 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Sept. 30, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson

Correspondence, October 1922 - June 1923

October 2-24, 1922

Box 13 Folder 1 Oct. 2, 1922 Correspondence from B.G. Lamme
Oct. 2, 1922 Correspondence from A.L. Rohrer
Oct. 3, 1922 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 3, 1922 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Oct. 3, 1922 Correspondence from J.H.J. Upham
Oct. 4, 1922 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Oct. 4, 1922 Correspondence from Ohio State Archaeological & Historical Society, invitation
Oct. 5, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 5, 1922 Correspondence from H.A. Myers
Oct. 5, 1922 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Oct. 6, 1922 Correspondence from George S. Addams
Oct. 6, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 6, 1922 Correspondence from Olive Jones
Oct. 6, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson
Oct. 8, 1922 Correspondence from A.W.S. Siebert
Oct. 8, 1922 Correspondence from Jane D. Sullivant
Oct. 9, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 9, 1922 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 10, 1922 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell
Oct. 10, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co., G.H. Stevens
Oct. 10, 1922 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Oct. 10, 1922 Mendenhall, T.C. correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 11, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co., G.H. Stevens
Oct. 12, 1922 Correspondence from William McPherson
Oct. 13, 1922 Correspondence from Clarence S. Brigham
Oct. 13, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 13, 1922 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Oct. 14, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 14, 1992 TCM correspondence to S.W. Stratton
Oct. 16, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 16, 1922 TCM correspondence to Martin Fischer
Oct. 16, 1922 Correspondence from Wilbur H. Siebert
Oct. 17, 1922 Correspondence from John Flanagan
Oct. 17, 1922 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Oct. 17, 1922 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 17, 1922 Correspondence from Edward L. Rice
Oct. 18, 1922 Correspondence from Martin Fischer
Oct. 18, 1922 Correspondence from E.O. Trescott, Superintendent, Ravenna City Schools, PTA Program, enclosed
Oct. 20, 1922 Correspondence from N.B. Marple, American Chain Co.
Oct. 21, 1922 Correspondence from Athletic Board, Ohio State Univ., invitation, reply on reverse side
Oct. 23, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 23, 1922 TCM correspondence to Joseph Walker & Sons
Oct. 23, 1922 TCM correspondence to E.O. Trescott
Oct. 23, 1922 TCM correspondence to John Flanagan
Oct. 23, 1922 Correspondence from S.W. Stratton
Oct. 23, 1922 Correspondence from Elihu Thomspn
Oct. 24, 1922 Correspondence from W.H. McMaster
Oct. 24, 1922 TCM correspondence to C.B. Galbreath

October 25 - November 20, 1922

Box 13 Folder 2 Oct. 25, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 25, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Oct. 25, 1922 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Oct. 25, 1922 TCM correspondence to Elihu Thomson
Oct. 25, 1922 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Oct. 25, 1922 TCM correspondence to H.H. Siebert
Oct. 25, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph Walker & Sons
Oct. 25, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph Walker & Sons
Oct. 26, 1922 Correspondence from S.J. Barnes
Oct. 26, 1922 Correspondence from W.V. Bingham
Oct. 26, 1922 Correspondence from Myra P. Kenyon (Mrs. John S.)
Oct. 26, 1922 TCM correspondence to Lawrence R. Laybourne
Oct. 26, 1922 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 26, 1922 Correspondence from Remington Typewriter Co.
Oct. 27, 1922 Correspondence from John Flanagan
Oct. 28, 1922 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
Oct. 29, 1922 Correspondence from John Millis
Oct. 31, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrece E. Laybourne
Oct. 31, 1922 TCM correspondence to A.L. Rohrer
Nov. 1, 1922 Correspondence from J.A. Bownocker
Nov. 1, 1922 Correspondence from C.B. Galbreath
Nov. 1, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Nov. 2, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Nov. 2, 1922 Correspondence from W.E. Henderson
Nov. 4, 1922 Correspondence from George S. Addams
Nov. 4, 1922 Correspondence from Wilbur H. Siebert
Nov. 6, 1922 Correspondence from J.C. Mullenix, memo from S.G. Fuller (Nov. 4) enclosed
Nov. 8, 1922 TCM correspondence to Editor, Science
Nov. 10, 1922 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Nov. 13, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Nov. 14, 1922 Correspondence from Newton M. Anderson
Nov. 14, 1922 Correspondence from John Flanagan
Nov. 14, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Nov. 15, 1922 Correspondence from John J. Carty, John M. Clarke (committee chairmen) to the Council of the National Academy of Sciences
Nov. 15, 1922 Correspondence from Arthur J. Culler
Nov. 15, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Nov. 16, 1922 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Nov. 17, 1922 Correspondence from Thomas E. French
Nov. 17, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Nov. 18, 1922 Correspondence from W.J. Beckley
Nov. 18, 1922 Correspondence from Edward L. Rice
Nov. 18, 1922 Correspondence from W.C. Thompson
Nov. 20, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Nov. 20, 1922 Correspondence from John Millis
Nov. 20, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb

November 21-30, 1922

Box 13 Folder 3 Nov. 21, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Nov. 21, 1922 Correspondence from John Flanagan
Nov. 21, 1922 Correspondence from J.E. McClintock
Nov. 21, 1922 Correspondence from John B. McGrew
Nov. 21, 1922 TCM correspondence to Medallic Art Co.
Nov. 22, 1922 Correspondence from Medallic Art Co., C.C. Trees
Nov. 22, 1922 TCM, orig. & copy correspondence to W.J. Beckley
Nov. 23, 1922 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell, Sullivant Medal presentation invitation enclosed (presentation to B.G. Lamme)
Nov. 23, 1922 TCM correspondence to John Flanagan
Nov. 23, 1922 TCM correspondence to Judge Reed
Nov. 23, 1922 TCM correspondence to Thomas E. French
Nov. 24, 1922 Correspondence from W.J. Beckley
Nov. 24, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Nov. 24, 1922 TCM correspondence to Thomas E. French
Nov. 24, 1922 Correspondence from Medallic Art Co.
Nov. 24, 1922 Correspondence from A.G. Webster
Nov. 24, 1922 Correspondence from A.P. Weiss
Nov. 25, 1922 Correspondence from Eileen Brodie
Nov. 25, 1922 Correspondence from Harry L. Davis
Nov. 25, 1922 Correspondence from Thomas E. French, copy of French's letter to the Medallic Art Company (Nov. 24) enclosed
Nov. 25, 1922 TCM correspondence to F.C. Caldwell
Nov. 25, 1922 TCM correspondence to John F. Cunningham
Nov. 26, 1922 Correspondence from J.E. Hagerty
Nov. 27, 1922 Correspondence from Medallic Art Co., C.C. Trees
Nov. 27, 1922 Correspondence from Charles G. Washburn
Nov. 28, 1922 TCM correspondence to Lawrence E. Laybourne
Nov. 29, 1922 Correspondence from Louis A. Bauer, letter from C.F. Marvin to Bauer (Nov. 14), from Fred Wislizenus to Bauer (Nov. 9) & to F.E. Nipher from Bauer, enclosed (Nov. 29)
Nov. 29, 1922 Correspondence from John Flanagan
Nov. 29, 1922 Correspondence from J.E. Hagerty
Nov. 29, 1922 Correspondence from Paul M. Lincoln
Nov. 29, 1922 TCM correspondence to A.P. Weiss
Nov. 29, 1922 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Nov. 30, 1922 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell

December 1922

Box 13 Folder 4 Dec. 1, 1922 Correspondence from R.G. Jones
Dec. 1, 1922 Mendenhall, T.C. correspondence to Editor, Plain Dealer
Dec. 1, 1922 TCM correspondence to Alexander Meiklejohn
Dec. 1, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb, telegram
Dec. 2, 1922 TCM correspondence to L.A. Bauer
Dec. 4, 1922 Correspondence from Edward L. Rice
Dec. 6, 1922 Correspondence from Eugene C. Bingham
Dec. 7, 1922 Correspondence from R.G. Jones
Dec. 7, 1922 Correspondence from Alexander Meiklejohn
Dec. 8, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Dec. 8, 1922 Correspondence from Remington Typewriter Co.
Dec. 9, 1922 F.C. Caldwell correspondence to W.O. Thompson, TCM, William McPherson, W.H. Siebert, E.A. Hitchcock; lists of groups & guests to invite to Sullivant Medal Presentation, enclosed
Dec. 9, 1922 TCM correspondence to John F. Cunningham
Dec. 9, 1922 Correspondence from William C. Willard
Dec. 11, 1922 TCM correspondence to W.C. Willard
Dec. 11, 1922 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson, clippings included
Dec. 12, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Dec. 12, 1922 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Dec. 13, 1922 Correspondence from Thomas E. French
Dec. 14, 1922 Correspondence from J.A. Bownocker
Dec. 14, 1922 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Dec. 15, 1922 Correspondence from W.J. Beckley
Dec. 15, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Dec. 15, 1922 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Dec. 15, 1922 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Dec. 16, 1922 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Dec. 16, 1922 TCM correspondence to Egbert H. Mack
Dec. 16, 1922 TCM correspondence to Thomas E. French
Dec. 18, 1922 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Dec. 18, 1922 Correspondence from Olive Jones
Dec. 19, 1922 Correspondence from Thomas E. French, Statement of Joseph Sullivan Medal Fund, enclosed
Dec. 19, 1922 Correspondence from Egbert H. Mack
Dec. 20, 1922 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Dec. 20, 1922 TCM correspondence to J.E. Hagerty
Dec. 22, 1922 TCM correspondence to Thomas E. French
Dec. 23, 1922 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Dec. 26, 1922 Correspondence from Louis A. Bauer
Dec. 26, 1922 Correspondence from C.B. Galbreath
Dec. 27, 1922 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell
Dec. 27, 1922 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell
Dec. 27, 1922 Correspondence from J. Herman
Dec. 27, 1922 Correspondence from R.G. Jones
Dec. 27, 1922 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Dec. 27, 1922 Correspondence from Charles B. Morrey
Dec. 28, 1922 Correspondence from Henry P. Boynton
Dec. 28, 1922 Correspondence from Medallic Art Company, C.C. Trees, copy of letter from Med. Art Co. to Thomas E. French (Dec. 28) enclosed
Dec. 29, 1922 Correspondence from Francis T. Hayes, Sec., City Club of Cleveland, telegram

January 1-14,1923

Box 13 Folder 5 TCM correspondence to Edward Orton, Jr., James E. Campbell
ca. 1923 TCM correspondence to Mr. Beab
ca. 1923 TCM correspondence to Dr. Hall
ca. 1923 TCM correspondence to "my dear philosopher"
Jan. 1, 1923 TCM correspondence to O.T. Corson
Jan. 1, 1923 Correspondence from Alice T. Wing
Jan. 2, 1923 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Jan. 2, 1923 Correspondence from Olive Jones
Jan. 3, 1923 Correspondence from Thomas E. French
Jan. 3, 1923 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Jan. 3, 1923 TCM correspondence to Elihu Thomson
Jan. 4, 1923 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell
Jan. 4, 1923 Correspondence from O.T. Corson
Jan. 4, 1923 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Jan. 4, 1923 TCM correspondence to Professor Morrey
Jan. 4, 1923 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Jan. 4, 1923 TCM correspondence to F.C. Caldwell
Jan. 5, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co., printed material enc.
Jan. 6, 1923 Telegram, unsigned
Jan. 6, 1923 Correspondence from H.P. Boynton
Jan. 6, 1923(?) Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell
Jan. 6, 1923 Correspondence from O.T. Corson
Jan. 6, 1923 Correspondence from J.E. Hagerty
Jan. 6, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Jan. 6, 1923 TCM correspondence to F.C. Caldwell
Jan. 6, 1923 TCM correspondence to F.C. Caldwell
Jan. 7, 1923 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Jan. 8, 1923 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Jan. 8, 1923 TCM correspondence to Francis T. Hayes
Jan. 8, 1923 Correspondence from Henry S. Pritchett
Jan. 9, 1923 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Jan. 9, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Jan. 9, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Jan. 9, 1923 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
Jan. 10, 1923 Correspondence from Anita Newcomb McGee
Jan. 11, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co
Jan. 12, 1923 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Jan. 12, 1923 Presentation of the Joseph Sullivant Medal to B.G. Lamme, Program.
Jan. 12, 1923 Correspondence from Ohio State Univ., Sullivant Medal, invitation
Jan. 12, 1923 Correspondence from Henry L. Wells
Jan. 12, 1923 Correspondence from Robert S. Woodward
Jan. 14, 1923 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Jan. 14, 1923 Correspondence from Joseph A. Leighton

January 15 -February 14, 1923

Box 13 Folder 6 Jan. 15, 1923 Correspondence from B.F. McCann
Jan. 16, 1923 Correspondence from W.J. Beckley
Jan. 16, 1923 Correspondence from Hazel Hart
Jan. 16, 1923 Correspondence from Francis T. Hayes
Jan. 16, 1923 Correspondence from Elizabeth Long
Jan. 16, 1923 Correspondence from William McPherson
Jan. 16, 1923 Correspondence from A.V.H. Mory
Jan. 18, 1923 Correspondence from W.J. Beckley
Jan. 18, 1923 Correspondence from Charles G. Bond
Jan. 18, 1923 Correspondence from William McPherson
Jan. 18, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.J. Beckley
Jan. 18, 1923 Correspondence from Charles F. Thuring, President's Room, Western Reserve Univ.
Jan. 19, 1923 Correspondence from C.F. Brush, telegram
Jan. 20, 1923 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Jan. 20, 1923 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell, copy of TCM speech enclosed to be corrected
Jan. 20, 1923 Correspondence from William Lloyd Graus
Jan. 22, 1923 TCM correspondence to William M. Wheeler
Jan. 23, 1923 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Jan. 24, 1923 Correspondence from (C.H. Stevens, Asst. Cashier) Harris, Forbes & Co.
Jan. 24, 1923 Correspondence from Francis T.Hayes, draft of reply on reverse side
Jan. 24, 1923 TCM correspondence to Henry L. Wells
Jan. 24, 1923 Correspondence from William M. Wheeler
Jan. 25, 1923 Correspondence from W.J. Beckley
Jan. 25, 1923 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Jan. 25, 1923 Correspondence from J.M.K. Cattell
Jan. 27, 1923 Correspondence from W.J. Beckley
Jan. 27, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.P. Little
Jan. 27, 1923 Correspondence from J.L. Morrill
Jan. 29, 1923 TCM correspondence to Mrs. Anita Newcomb McGee
Jan. 30, 1923 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Jan. 30, 1923 TCM correspondence to J.L. Morrill
Jan. 31, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.J. Beckley
Jan. 31, 1923 Correspondence from M. Suzuki
Feb. 1, 1923 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Feb. 1, 1923 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell
Feb. 2, 1923 Correspondence from W.E. Dawson
Feb. 2, 1923 TCM correspondence to G.H. McKnight
Feb. 2, 1923 TCM correspondence to A.H. Austin P.M.
Feb. 3, 1923 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Feb. 3, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Feb. 3, 1923 TCM correspondence to F.C. Caldwell
Feb. 5, 1923 TCM correspondence to Hayden-Clinton National Bank
Feb. 5, 1923 Correspondence from Edward Orton, Jr.
Feb. 6, 1923 Correspondence from Arthur Fairbanks
Feb. 6, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co., C.H. Stevens, Asst. Cashier
Feb. 6, 1923 Correspondence from J.L. Morrill
Feb. 7, 1923 Correspondence from Hayden-Clinton National Bank
Feb. 7, 1923 Correspondence from Edward L. Rice
Feb. 10, 1923 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell
Feb. 10, 1923 Correspondence from Joseph S. Myers
Feb. 12, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Feb. 12, 1923 TCM correspondence to Elihu Thomson
Feb. 12, 1923 TCM correspondence to Editor, Plain Dealer
Feb. 13, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Feb. 13, 1923 Correspondence from S.W. Stratton, copy of Stratton's letter to C.G. Abbot (Feb. 13) enclosed
Feb. 14, 1923 Correspondence from Hazel Hart

February 15 - March 31, 1923

Box 13 Folder 7 Feb. 15, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Feb. 15, 1923 Correspondence from Frank M. Raymund
Feb. 16, 1923 TCM correspondence to Miss L.L. Dodds
Feb. 18, 1923 TCM correspondence to S.W. Stratton
Feb. 18, 1923 TCM correspondence to Frank M. Raymund
Feb. 19, 1923 Correspondence from L.L. Dodds
Feb. 19, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Feb. 19, 1923 TCM correspondence to Albert A. Michelson
Feb. 19, 1923 TCM correspondence to A.W. Greely (!)
Feb. 22, 1923 Correspondence from Edward L. Rice
Feb. 23, 1923 TCM correspondence to H.H. Goddard
Feb. 24, 1923 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell, draft of reply on back of page
Feb. 24, 1923 Correspondence from Edward L. Rice(?), first two pages only
Feb. 26, 1923 Correspondence from E.S. Manson, Jr.
Feb. 27, 1923 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Mar. 7, 1923 Correspondence from C.R. Miller, draft of reply on back of page
Mar. 14, 1923 TCM, copy correspondence to Clyde R. Miller
Feb. 28, 1923 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford, telegram; draft of reply on bottom
Feb. 28, 1923 Correspondence from Henry H. Goddard
Feb. 28, 1923 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Feb. 28, 1923 TCM correspondence to Miss L.L. Dodds
Feb. 28, 1923 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Mar. 1, 1923 Correspondence from A. A. Michelson
Mar. 2, 1923 Correspondence from Joseph N. Bradford
Mar. 7, 1923 Correspondence from Frank P.R. Van Syckel
Mar. 8, 1923 Correspondence from H.C. Lord
Mar. 9, 1923 Correspondence from J. Arthur Jeffers
Mar. 9, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell, clipping & letter from C.R. Minor to Eugene F. McCampbell (Feb. 1, 1923) enclosed
Mar. 9, 1923 TCM correspondence to Miss L.L. Dodds
Mar. 10, 1923 TCM correspondence to J.S. Mallette
Mar. 11, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Mar. 12, 1923 TCM correspondence to E.F. McCampbell
Mar. 13, 1923 Correspondence from L.L. Dodds
Mar. 15, 1923 Correspondence from W.J. Beckley
Mar. 15, 1923 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Mar. 17, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.J. Beckley
Mar. 17, 1923 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Mar. 18, 1923 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Mar. 19, 1923 Correspondence from Charles Fabens Kelley
Mar. 20, 1923 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
Mar. 23, 1923 Correspondence from Edward Lo Rice, draft of TCM's reply enclosed in envelope
Mar. 26, 1923 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Mar. 27, 1923 TCM correspondence to Joseph N. Bradford
Mar. 28, 1923 TCM correspondence to Mrs. J.C. Yeend
Mar. 28, 1923 TCM correspondence to Judge C.A. Reed
Mar. 29, 1923 Correspondence from Charles G. Washburn

April 1923

Box 13 Folder 8 Apr. 2, 1923 Correspondence from R.B. Miller
Apr. 3, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 3, 1923 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
Apr. 5, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 5, 1923 Correspondence from S.R. Williams, original & Xeroxed copies
Apr. 6, 1923 Correspondence from J.E. Hagerty, clipping, attached Pres. Thompson and Board of Trustees (Inc. TCM), Ohio State Univ.
Apr. 6, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
Apr. 7, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 9, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 9, 1923 Correspondence from Phi Beta Kappa Day, program, Ohio Wesleyan Univ., Mrs. Rice
Apr. 13, 1923 Correspondence from J.A. McManns, copy of Elihu Thomson's remarks enclosed
Apr. 13, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 14, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 16, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 16, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 16, 1923 TCM correspondence to J.E. Hagerty
Apr. 17, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 17, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 18, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 18, 1923 Correspondence from A.S. Hart, auditor; Harris, Forhes & Co.
Apr. 18, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 19, 1923 TCM Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 20, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 21, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
Apr. 21, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell, "Gifts for Homeopathic Medicine" enclosed
Apr. 24, 1923 Correspondence from William Lucius Graves
Apr. 24, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 24, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co., bill
Apr. 24, 1923 TCM correspondence to Alfred Vivian
Apr. 24, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.E. Henderson
Apr. 25, 1923 Correspondence from John B. Peddle
Apr. 25, 1923 Correspondence from E.W. Reeder, draft of reply in the margins
Apr. 26, 1923 Correspondence from John S. Kenyon, reply written by TCM on same page
Apr. 26, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 26, 1923 Correspondence from H.W. Tyler
Apr. 27, 1923 Correspondence from A.E. Waller
Apr. 28, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 29, 1923 Correspondence from C. Barns
Apr. 29, 1923 TCM correspondence to John B. Peddle
Apr. 30, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.

May 1923

Box 13 Folder 9 May 1, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
May 1, 1923 Correspondence from John B. Peddle
May 1, 1923 Correspondence from Alfred Vivian
May 2, 1923 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
May 3, 1923 Correspondence from W.H. Alexander
May 3, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
May 3, 1923 TCM correspondence to E.F. McCampbell
May 4, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
May 4, 1923 Correspondence from C.W.Reeder, Phi Beta Kappa, Ohio State Univ
May 6, 1923 Correspondence from Z.W. Coombs
May 7, 1923 Correspondence from Lida L. Dodds
May 7, 1923 Correspondence from J.E. Hagerty, clipping enclosed
May 10, 1923 Correspondence from General Greely, Cosmos Club, envelope
May 10, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
May 13, 1923 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
May 14, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
May 14, 1923 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
May 15, 1923 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
May 17, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
May 17, 1923 Correspondence from Frank C Wagner, Rose Polytechnic Institute
May 18, 1923 Correspondence from Frank C. Wagner
May 19, 1923 James E. Campbell
May 19, 1923 C.L. Carlile, draft of reply on bottom of page
May 19, 1923 Lawrence E. Laybourne
May 20, 1923 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
May 22, 1923 TCM correspondence to Carl B. Steeb
May 23, 1923 TCM correspondence to Marsee A. Cox
May 24, 1923 Board of Trustees, Portage County Public Library correspondence to County Commissioners of Portage County
May 25, 1923 Correspondence from Alfred T. Child, draft of reply on bottom of page
May 28, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
May 29, 1923 Correspondence from W.H. Alexander
May 29, 1923 Correspondence from National Bank of Commerce, Cashier
May 29, 1923 Correspondence from Claibome Pirtle, President of the Rose Polytechnic Alumni Assoc.
May 30, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.C. Mills
May 31, 1923 Correspondence from Eileen Brodie
May 31, 1923 Correspondence from C.L. Carlile, draft of reply on bottom of page
May 31, 1923 Correspondence from Alfred H. Cowles

June 1923

Box 13 Folder 10 June 2, 1923 Correspondence from Edward Orton, Jr.
June 3, 1923 Correspondence from Miss Florence Bascom
June 3, 1923 Correspondence from G.H. McKnight
June 5, 1923 Correspondence from William C. Mills
June 6, 1923 Correspondence from F. Bascom (Florence)
June 7, 1923 Correspondence from Helen White Brodie
June 7, 1923 Correspondence from George A. Hoadley
June 8, 1923 Correspondence from C.L. Carlile
June 8, 1923 Correspondence from Waldo Lincoln, draft of reply on bottom of page
June 12, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
June 14, 1923 TCM correspondence to George A. Hoadley
June 14, 1923 TCM correspondence to Miss Edith T. Orlady
June 14, 1923 TCM correspondence to Gifford Smith
June 15, 1923 TCM correspondence to C.L. Carlile
June 15, 1923 Correspondence from Lowry F. Sater
June 16, 1923 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
June 18, 1923 Correspondence from George A. Hoadley
June 18, 1923 Correspondence from W.A. Layman
June 18, 1923 TCM correspondence to Lowry F. Sater
June 19, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.H. Holmes
June 20, 1923 Correspondence from Waldo Lincoln
June 21, 1923 Correspondence from W.H. Holmes
June 21, 1923 Correspondence from Charles E. Skinner
June 22, 1923 Correspondence from W.H. Holmes
June 22, 1923 Correspondence from Edward Orton, Jr.
June 25, 1923 TCM correspondence to Benjamin K. Pine
June 26, 1923 Correspondence from L.L. Dodds
June 27, 1923 Correspondence from Helen M. Douthell
June 28, 1923 Correspondence from The Editor, The Atlantic Monthly
June 28, 1923 TCM correspondence to Edward Orton, Jr.
June 28, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
June 29, 1923 Correspondence from Frederick A. Virkus, First Families of America
June 30, 1923 Correspondence from Edward Orton, Jr.

Correspondence, July 1923 - 1924 and undated

July 1923

Box 14 Folder 1 June 9, 1921 to July 23, 1923 Record of letters sent - TCM
July 2, 1923 Harris, Forbes & Co.
July 2, 1923 TCM correspondence to correspondence to Charles E. Skinner
July 2, 1923 Correspondence from Edward Orton, Jr.
July 3, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
July 3, 1923 TCM correspondence to correspondence to Miss L.L. Dodds
July 5, 1923 TCM correspondence to correspondence to William Bowie
July 6, 1923 TCM correspondence to correspondence to C.A. Reed
July 6, 1923 TCM correspondence to correspondence to James E. Campbell
July 9, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
July 9, 1923 Correspondence from Stella McMillin Traverso
July 10, 1923 Correspondence from The Keag Company
July 11, 1923 Correspondence from Edward Orton, Jr.
July 12, 1923 Correspondence from C.B. Galbreath
July 12, 1923 TCM correspondence to John Kaiser
July 12, 1923 TCM correspondence to Lawrence E. Laybourne
July 14, 1923 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
July 15, 1923 TCM correspondence to Herbert Putnam
July 15, 1923 TCM correspondence to C.R. Galbreath
July 15, 1923 TCM correspondence to E.F. McCampbell
July 17, 1923 Correspondence from C.B. Galbreath
July 17, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
July 18, 1923 Correspondence from Vic Donahey
July 18, 1923 Correspondence from J.L. Farnum
July 19, 1923 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
July 21, 1923 TCM correspondence to Edwin H. Hall
July 23, 1923 Correspondence from Edwin H. Hall
July 23, 1923 TCM correspondence to John M. Clarke
July 24, 1923 Correspondence from Olive Jones
July 26, 1923 Correspondence from Paul N. Bogart
July 26, 1923 Correspondence from George H. Haynes
July 29, 1923 Correspondence from Francis Melton
July 30, 1923 Correspondence from Lida L. Dodds
July 31, 1923 Correspondence from Leo Mees

August 1923

Box 14 Folder 2 Aug. 1, 1923 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Aug. 2, 1923 TCM correspondence to Paul N. Bogart
Aug. 4, 1923 Correspondence from The Chisholm Shoe Co.
Aug. 4, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Aug. 5, 1923 TCM correspondence to Carl Leo Mees
Aug. 6, 1923 Correspondence from John M. Clarke
Aug. 6, 1923 TCM correspondence to E.F. McCampbell
Aug. 6, 1923 TCM correspondence to The Chisholm Boot Shop
Aug. 7, 1923 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Aug. 7, 1923 TCM correspondence to Mrs. Yeend
Aug. 7, 1923 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Aug. 8, 1923 Correspondence from The Chisholm Shoe Co.
Aug. 8, 1923 Correspondence from E.W. Harvey, D.C. Heath & Co.
Aug. 9, 1923 TCM correspondence to Mrs. Robinson (A.D.)
Aug. 10, 1923 TCM correspondence to The Science Press
Aug. 13, 1923 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Aug. 15, 1923 Correspondence from Leo Mees
Aug. 15, 1923 Correspondence from Jane D. Sullivant, letter from Miss Sullivant to the President & Members of the Board of Education enclosed (Ohio)
Aug. 16, 1923 Correspondence from C.E. Marker
Aug. 17, 1923 TCM correspondence to Jane. D. Sullivant
Aug. 17, 1923 Correspondence from Claiborne Pirtle, draft of reply on back of page
Aug. 18, 1923 TCM correspondence to John J. Adams
Aug. 20, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Aug. 21, 1923 Correspondence from H.P. Boynton (Henry)
Aug. 21, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
Aug. 22, 1923 Correspondence from Jane D. Sullivant
Aug. 23, 1923 Correspondence from John J. Adams
Aug. 23, 1923 Correspondence from Vic Donahey
Aug. 24, 1923 TCM correspondence to Governor Donahey
Aug. 27, 1923 Correspondence from W.E. Henderson
Aug. 27, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.E. Henderson
Aug. 27, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.E. Henderson
Aug. 28, 1923 Correspondence from B.F. McCann (Benjamin)
Aug. 29, 1923 Correspondence from J.F. Baldwin
Aug. 29, 1923 Correspondence from City Board of Education, Ravenna High School, invitation, draft of reply to R.C. Knissly on back of invitation

September 1923

Box 14 Folder 3 Sept., 1923 Correspondence from Roy E. Larsen
Sept. 1, 1923 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeh
Sept. 2, 1923 Correspondence from W.E. Henderson
Sept. 2, 1923 TCM correspondence to Governor Donahey
Sept. 3, 1923 TCM correspondence to B.F. McCann
Sept. 4, 1923 Correspondence from Frank C. Wagner, copy Claiborne Pirtle
Sept. 7, 1923 Correspondence from Paul N. Bogart
Sept. 10, 1923 TCM correspondence to James Royse
Sept. 10, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.A. Layman
Sept. 10, 1923 TCM correspondence to Frank C. Wagner
Sept. 10, 1923 TCM correspondence to Claiborne Pirtle
Sept. 10, 1923 Correspondence from Columbus citizen, telegram, draft of reply on back of telegram
Sept. 12, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson, Thompson's circular letter (Sept. 8) to Board of Trustees, attached
Sept. 13, 1923 Correspondence from E.M. Fitz, clipping about TMC, attached Mr. Owens
Sept. 13, 1923 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Sept. 14, 1923 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Sept. 20, 1923 TCM, draft correspondence to Mr. Stut
Sept. 20, 1923 Correspondence from R.B. Owens, draft of reply on reverse side
Sept. 21, 1923 Correspondence from A.J. Hammond (Alonzo) Claiborne Pirtle
Sept. 21, 1923 TCM, draft correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Sept. 22, 1923 TCM correspondence to E.W. Harvey
Sept. 22, 1923 Correspondence from John B. Peddle
Sept. 22, 1923 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Sept. 23, 1923 TCM, recipe correspondence to John Kaiser
Sept. 24, 1923 Correspondence from Clarence S. Brigham
Sept. 24, 1923 Correspondence from C.B. Galbreath, draft of reply begins at bottom of page
Sept. 24, 1923 Correspondence from Margaret Hughes
Sept. 24, 1923 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Sept. 25, 1923 Governor correspondence to W.O. Thompson, letter to Thompson from G.H. Siebert & J.A. Fisher with draft by TCM enclosed
Sept. 25, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
Sept. 25, 1923 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb, copy of resolution by Board of Directors of Ohio State Univ. Cooperative Supply Co. enclosed
Sept. 25, 1923 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Sept. 26, 1923 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Sept. 27, 1923 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Sept. 27, 1923 Correspondence from A.L. Rohrer
Sept. 27, 1923 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Sept. 28, 1923 Correspondence from Claiborne Pirtle

October - November 12, 1923

Box 14 Folder 4 Oct. 4, 1923 Correspondence from Evalyn White Brodie
Oct. 4, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell, telegram, draft of TCM's reply begins on back of telegram
Oct. 4, 1923 Correspondence from L.W. St. John, draft of reply on back of page
Oct. 6, 1923 TCM correspondence to Junius E. Beal
Oct. 6, 1923 Correspondence from John B. Peddle
Oct. 8, 1923 Correspondence from Junius E. Beal
Oct. 9, 1923 Correspondence from E.W. Harvey, D.C. Heath & Co.
Oct. 11, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell, draft of reply on reverse side
Oct. 14, 1923 Correspondence from Blanche Harris
Oct. 15, 1923 Correspondence from Phebe T. Sutliff, President of Branch of American University Women
Oct. 18, 1923 Correspondence from Junius E. Beal, draft of reply on reverse side
Oct. 19, 1923 Correspondence from John Millis, draft of reply on reverse side
Oct. 22, 1923 Correspondence from John M. Clarke
Oct. 25, 1923 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct 25, 1923 TCM correspondence to The Hayden-Clinton National Bank l
Oct. 28, 1923 Correspondence from Junius E. Beal, draft of reply on reverse side
Oct. 29, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Oct. 31, 1923 Correspondence from A.L. Rohrer
Nov. 1, 1923 Correspondence from Charles F. Kelly
Nov. 1, 1923 Correspondence from Phebe T. Sutliff
Nov. 2, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Nov. 2, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Nov. 2, 1923 Correspondence from Burton E. Livingston
Nov. 2, 1923 Correspondence from N.B. Marple, draft of reply on reverse side
Nov. 3, 1923 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Nov. 3, 1923 Correspondence from Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Nov. 7, 1923 Correspondence from N.B. Marple, draft of reply on reverse side
Nov. 7, 1923 TCM, draft correspondence to Prof. Kelly
Nov. 7, 1923 TCM, draft correspondence to Editor, Plain Dealer
Nov. 7, 1923 TCM, draft correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Nov. 7, 1923 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb, note by Mendenhall written across page & on reverse side
Nov. 9, 1923 Correspondence from N.B. Marple, note for reply on bottom of page
Nov. 12, 1923 Correspondence from Burton E. Livingston

November 16 - December 23, 1923

Box 14 Folder 5 Nov. 16, 1923 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne, draft of reply on reverse side
Nov. 17, 1923 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Nov. 17, 1923 Correspondence from C.A. Norman, draft of reply on reverse side
Nov. 18, 1923 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson, clippings about Vassar College enclosed
Nov. 22, 1923 Correspondence from Vic Donahey
Nov. 23, 1923 Correspondence from Charles G. Washburn
Nov. 24, 1923 Correspondence from C.N. McGroarty
Nov. 26, 1923 Correspondence from Ira Remsen
Nov. 27, 1923 Elihu Thomson
Nov. 28, 1923 Correspondence from Correspondence from Aubrey Drury, draft of reply begins at end of letter
Nov. 28, 1923 Correspondence from C.A. Norman, draft of reply on reverse side
Dec. 5, 1923 Correspondence from Burton E. Livingston
Dec. 8, 1923 J.E. Endere correspondence to C.E. Eveleth
Dec. 8, 1923 Correspondence from Alex Forbes
Dec. 8, 1923 Correspondence from A.L. Rohrer
Dec. 10, 1923 Correspondence from C.E. Eveleth, J.E. Endere letter of Dec. 8 enclosed
Dec. 10, 1923 Correspondence from C.A. Norman
Dec. 11, 1923 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell
Dec. 11, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
Dec. 12, 1923 Correspondence from Y. Kozai
Dec. 12, 1923 TCM correspondence to John Wanamaker
Dec. 13, 1923 Correspondence from W.E. Henderson
Dec. 13, 1923 Correspondence from Ted Robinson, clipping attached
Dec. 14, 1923 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Dec. 14, 1923 TCM correspondence to Dr. Henderson
Dec. 15, 1923 Correspondence from William McPherson
Dec. 17, 1923 Correspondence from C.A. Norman, telegram
Dec. 17, 1923 Correspondence from W.H. Siebert, draft of reply on reverse side
Dec. 19, 1923 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Dec. 21, 1923 Correspondence from W.R. Whitney, draft of reply enclosed
Dec. 24, 1923 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
Dec. 26, 1923 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Dec. 26, 1923 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb, draft of reply begins on back of page
Dec. 27, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell, draft of reply on reverse side
Dec. 28, 1923 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell
Dec. 28, 1923 Correspondence from C.A. Norman, draft of reply on back of page
Dec. 31, 1923 Correspondence from Lois K.M. Rosenberry, (Mrs. Marvin B.)

January 1924

Box 14 Folder 6 Jan. 1, 1924 Correspondence from A.W. Greely
Jan. 1, 1924 Correspondence from B.F. McCann
Jan. 7, 1924 Correspondence from F.M. Graham, draft of reply begins at end of letter
Jan. 8, 1924 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson, copy
Jan. 9, 1924 Joseph N. Bradford correspondence to David White, Faculty Club, Ohio State Univ.
Jan. 10, 1924 Correspondence from John S. Bassett, American Historical Association
Jan. 10, 1924 Correspondence from George F. Arps
Jan. 10, 1924 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Jan. 10, 1924 Correspondence from David S. White, draft of reply (Jan. 12, 1924) on reverse side
Jan. 11, 1924 Correspondence from E.F. McCampbell, draft of reply (Jan. 24, 1924) on reverse side.
Jan. 11, 1924 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Jan. 12, 1924 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell, later undated letter probably referring to this one attached
Jan. 12, 1924 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Jan. 12, 1924 Correspondence from Herbert S. Hirshberg
Jan. 13, 1924 TCM correspondence to Harris, Forbes & Co.
Jan. 13, 1924 TCM correspondence to James E. Campbell
Jan. 14, 1924 Correspondence from George L. Burr
Jan. 15, 1924 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Jan. 16, 1924 Correspondence from William H. Allen, Institute for Public Service, draft of reply on reverse side (Jan. 24 , 1924)
Jan. 16, 1924 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne, draft of reply on reverse side (Jan. 19)
Jan. 16, 1924 TCM correspondence to George F. Arps
Jan. 17, 1924 Correspondence from James E. Campbell, notes & draft of reply on reverse side
Jan. 17, 1923 Correspondence from J.E. Hagerty, draft of reply on back of last page (Jan. 25)
Jan. 18, 1924 Correspondence from George F. Arps
Jan. 19, 1924 Correspondence from Aubrey Drury
Jan. 23, 1924 Correspondence from C.B. Galbreath, draft of TMC's reply, enclosed
Jan 24, 1924 Correspondence from F.C.Caldwell, draft of reply on reverse side
Jan. 24, 1924 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne, printed copy of minutes of Assoc. of Governing Boards of Universities, enclosed
Jan. 25, 1924 TCM, draft correspondence to D. Goddard
Jan. 28, 1924 TCM correspondence to J.E. Hagerty
Jan. 30, 1924 Correspondence from The Findeiss Leather Co., draft of reply on bottom of page
Jan. 30, 1924 Correspondence from J.E. Hagerty
Jan. 31, 1924 Correspondence from Vic Donahey, copy

February - May 1924

Box 14 Folder 7 Feb. 1, 1924 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Eh. 2, 1924 F.C. Caldwell, copy correspondence to William McPherson
Feb. 2, 1924 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell
Feb. 8, 1924 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Feb. 8, 1924 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson
Feb. 8, 1924 W.O. Thompson correspondence to Board of Trustees, Ohio State University, enclosed with above; letter from Thompson to Charles C. Crabbe (Attorney General) & memo enclosed
Feb. 8, 1924 Correspondence from Martha G. Woodward (Mrs. R.S.)
Feb. 9, 1924 TCM correspondence to Vic Donahey
Feb. 10, 1924 TCM correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Feb. 13, 1924 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Feb. 13, 1924 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Feb. 13, 1924 TCM correspondence to H.S. Hirshberg
Feb. 13, 1924 Correspondence from R.R. Stevenson; draft of reply begins at bottom of page
Feb. 14, 1924 Charles C. Crabbe, Attorney General correspondence to W.O. Thompson
Feb. 15, 1924 Correspondence from Landon G. Bell, draft of reply begins on bottom of page
Feb. 15, 1924 TCM correspondence to Charles E. Mendenhall
Feb. 15, 1924 Correspondence from City of Ravenna, Ohio, Notice of Assessment for Street Improvement, W.C.A. Rout, Clerk of Council
Feb. 16, 1924 Correspondence from George S. Addams, draft of reply begins at bottom of page
Feb. 16, 1924 Correspondence from The Globe-Wernicke Co.
Feb. 16, 1924 TCM correspondence to John Kaiser, copy also, Resolution by Mr. Mack & memo attached
Feb. 17, 1924 TCM correspondence to Carl E. Steeb
Feb. 17, 1924 TCM correspondence to General Edward Orton
Feb. 17, 1924 TCM correspondence to Landon C. Bell
Feb. 18, 1924 Correspondence from J. Lawrence Boggs, draft of reply on bottom of page
Feb. 18, 1924 Correspondence from Miss E.A. Clark
Feb. 18, 1924 TCM correspondence to A.J. Willson
Feb. 19, 1924 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson, draft of reply on reverse side
Feb. 20, 1924 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Feb. 20, 1924 Correspondence from C.A. Norman, copy of reports on faculty committees on budget made at the American Assoc. of University Professors, draft of reply at bottom of page
Feb. 20, 1924 Correspondence from George W. Rightmire, draft
Feb. 20, 1924 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson
Feb. 24, 1924 Correspondence from A. Tanakadate
Feb. 26, 1924 Correspondence from Sarah Berliner
Feb. 27, 1924 Correspondence from Remington Typewriter Co.
Feb. 28, 1924 Correspondence from Alice Townshend Wing
Mar. 13, 1924 Correspondence from Newton M. Anderson
Mar. 17, 1924 Correspondence from Curtis C. Howard
Mar. 18, 1924 TCM correspondence to E.F. McCampbell
Mar. 18, 1924 TCM correspondence to James E. Campbell
Mar. 20, 1914 Correspondence from Curtis C. Howard
Mar. 20, 1924 TCM correspondence to Charles E. Mendenhall
Mar. 22, 1924 Correspondence from Curtis C. Howard
Mar. 23, 1924 Date of Mendenhall's death
May 7, 1924 C.L. Mees correspondence to C.R. Putnam

Undated Letters (Includes any incomplete or tentative dates)

Box 14 Folder 8 Allen, M.C.
1890-1891 Correspondence from Allison, W.B.
Correspondence from Ballous (?), G.
Correspondence from Brown, Stanley J.
June 1 Correspondence from Caldwell, Louise Orton
Correspondence from Clark (probably), Edith
Correspondence from Clark, Kate B.
May 5 Correspondence from Corthell, Elmer L.
May 5 Correspondence from Davidson, George
Mar. 7 Correspondence from Dechant, William L.
Correspondence from Gibbs, Wolcott
Correspondence from Greene, J. Evarts (letterhead), poem entitled "Frank Palmer Goulding"
Mar. 21 Correspondence from Greely, A.W.
Mar. 29 Correspondence from Greely, A.W.
Correspondence from Harvey, E.W.
Aug. 29 Correspondence from Helmholtz, W.V.
Correspondence from Howard, L.O.
Jan. 19, (1892?) Correspondence from Hubbard, Gardiner G.
Jan. 19, (1892?) Correspondence from Hubbard, Gardiner G., invitation
Mar. 6 (1892?) Correspondence from Hubbard, Gardiner G.
Oct. 26, (1892?) Correspondence from Hubbard, Gardiner G.
Dec. 21, (1894?) Correspondence from Hubbard, Gardiner G.
Jan. 31 Correspondence from Hubbard, Gardiner G.
Apr. 12 Correspondence from Hubbard, Gardiner G.
Jan. 19, (1892?) Correspondence from Hubbard, Gardiner G.
Correspondence from Hurst, J.F.
May 13, 189_ Correspondence from Huttin, F.R., American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Oct. 9 Correspondence from Ireland, telegram
Correspondence from Jones, Olive
Correspondence from Kent, W.G.
Sunday morning Correspondence from Kikuchi, D.
New Year Correspondence from Kikuchi, Baron and Baroness
Correspondence from Kikuchi, Taiji
Wednesday Correspondence from Landacre, Frances F. (Mrs. F.F.)
Correspondence from Lander, Jean M.D.
Correspondence from LeConte, Joseph
Nov. 22 Correspondence from Lowell, Percival
Correspondence from M., C,B.
Correspondence from Macfarland, Henry B.F., Secretary., Rovers Club
Monday Correspondence from Macfarland, Henry B.F.
Dec. 23 Correspondence from McPherson, William
Correspondence from Maurri, Grustina
May 30 Correspondence from Mees, Arthur
Correspondence from TCM, codicil
TCM correspondence to Mark W. Harrington
TCM correspondence to Mary Alice Hunter
TCM correspondence to R.G. Jones
TCM correspondence to Franklin Macleagh, Secretary. of the Treasury
TCM correspondence to Remsen
TCM correspondence to Dr. Thompson
TCM correspondence to Dr. Walcott
TCM correspondence to Mrs. Wing
Mendenhall, Susan A. correspondence to Mrs. Tuttle
Correspondence from Miller, Russell B., Secretary, Phi Beta Kappa, Ohio Wesleyan Univ.
May 30 Correspondence from Needy, Mrs. Mary E.
Correspondence from Quay, Jerome; consul of the U.S. in Florence; Certificate of Registration of TCM as an American citizen
June 17 Correspondence from Rees, J.K.
Mar. 18 Correspondence from Roosevelt, Theodore
Correspondence from Saville, Bruce Wilder
June 25 Correspondence from Sidwell, Frances Halderman
Correspondence from Siebert, Annie W.S.
Correspondence from Smith, Florizel
Sunday afternoon Correspondence from Stone, Edna A.
Correspondence from Sullivant, Jane D.; first part only
Correspondence from Tanaka, Shohé
Correspondence from Tanakadate, M.
Correspondence from Tarbox, Libbie Lord (Mrs. H.F.)
Correspondence from Thompson, W.O.
May 28 Correspondence from Thuring, Charles T.
July 9 Correspondence from Traverse, Stella MacMillin
ca. 1901 Correspondence from Triangle Club
Correspondence from Van Buren, General; invitation
Aug. 12 Correspondence from Wildes, Inspector

Correspondence, personal and lists of correspondents

Box 15 Folder 1 Personal correspondence, 1869 - 1870
Folder 2 Personal correspondence, 1871 - 1890
Folder 3 Personal correspondence, 1903 - 1923
Folder 4 Personal correspondence, undated
Folder 5 Lists of correspondents, some addresses, dates incomplete

Charles Elwood Mendenhall: Correspondence, 1907 - June 1924

(Recipient - Charles E. Mendenhall (CEM) unless otherwise indicated)

1907 - 1910

Box 16 Folder 1 Apr. 25, 1907 Correspondence from Sidney N. Foster
July 23, 1907 Correspondence from Charles W. Waidner
Nov. 24, 1907 Correspondence from A.T., Dept. of Physics, Princeton University
Feb. 15, 1908 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Mar. 19, 1908 Correspondence from Augustus Trowbridge
Sept. 9, 1908 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Nov. 3, 1908 Correspondence from George E. Gale
Nov. 15, 1908 Correspondence from Willibald Weniger
Nov. 24, 1908 Correspondence from Arthur S. King
Dec. 19, 1908 Correspondence from Francis Eugene Nipher
May 13, 1909 Correspondence from Charles R. Crop
May 22, 1909 Correspondence from James B. McDowell, John A. Brashear Co., Ltd.
Sept. 25, 1909 Correspondence from Osborne Scott
Jan. 27, 1910 Correspondence from Edgar Buckingham
Feb. 4, 1910 Correspondence from M.F. Angell
Feb. 18, 1910 Correspondence from Charles C. Crop
Feb. 23, 1910 Correspondence from Burley & Company, B.G. Bridges
Mar. 1, 1910 Correspondence from Ingersoll Bowditch
Mar. 9, 1910 Correspondence from M.F. Angel
Apr. 26, 1910 Correspondence from Edward P. Styde
May 3, 1910 Correspondence from Edward P. Styde
Sept. 12, 1910 Correspondence from The Kalo Shop
Nov. 22, 1910 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka

1911 - 1923

Box 16 Folder 2 Feb. 14, 1911 Correspondence from F.C. Brown
Mar. 9, 1911 Correspondence from Augustus Trowbridge
May 8, 1911 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
July 8, 1911 Correspondence from George H. Haynes
July 17, 1911 Correspondence from Jennie M. Geren
Sept. 18, 1911 Correspondence from Moravian Pottery & Tile Works
Sept. 23, 1911 Correspondence from Trescott F. Chaplin
Oct. 19, 1912 Correspondence from R.W. Wood
Jan. 6, 1913 First page only, probably Augustus Trowbridge
Jan. 31, 1913 Correspondence from Augustus Trowbridge
Feb. 9, 1913 Correspondence from Gus, Augustus Trowbridge probably
June 25, 1913 Correspondence from Gus, Augustus Trowbridge
June 30, 1913 Correspondence from Gus, Augustus Trowbridge
Dec. 4, 1913 Correspondence from Gus, Augustus Trowbridge
Feb. 11, 1915 Correspondence from R.W. Wood, postcard
Mar. 9, 1915 Correspondence from Gus, Augustus Trowbridge
Mar. 17, 1915 First page only, probably R.W. Wood
Apr. 8, 1915 Correspondence from Gus, Augustus Trowbridge
June 26, 1915 Correspondence from R.W. Wood, postcard
Dec. 10, 1915 Correspondence from R.W. Wood
Dec. 14, 1915 Correspondence from R.W. Wood, postcard
Nov. 15, 1916 Correspondence from C.M. Jansky, computations, attached
July 18, 1918 The University of Chicago Press correspondence to G.J. Laing, General Editor, contract attached
Jan. 26, 1920 Correspondence from A.I. Hrie
Feb. 28, 1920 Correspondence from A.I. Hrie
Nov. 14, 1922 Correspondence from Newton M. Anderson, headmaster, Asheville School
May 9, 1923 American Railway Express Co. Uniform Express Receipt, received from C.E. Mendenhall, consigned to N.B. Marple
Sept. 10, 1923 Correspondence from Frederick A. Virkus, First Families of America

March 1924 (Death of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall)

Box 16 Folder 3 Mar. 23, 1924 Ella M. Hiddlesohn, telegram correspondence to Charles A. Marple
Mar. 23, 1924 Correspondence from C.L. Mees, telegram
Mar. 23, 1924 Correspondence from John B. Peddle
Mar. 23, 1924 Correspondence from W.O. Thompson, telegram
Mar. 24, 1924 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Mar. 24, 1924 Correspondence from Marie Colburn
Mar. 24, 1924 Board of Library Trustees correspondence to E.O. Greenamyer, Secretary
Mar. 24, 1924 Correspondence from Harriet Marple, telegram
Mar. 24, 1924 Correspondence from J.B. Nordholt, President, Ohio State University Association, telegram
Mar. 24, 1924 Mary Overton, telegram correspondence to Mrs. C.E. Mendenhall
Mar. 24, 1924 Correspondence from (Katherine Spahr Fenton &) Eleanor Spahr Platt, telegram
Mar. 24, 1924 Correspondence from Hammond Condron Weatherbee, telegram
Mar. 25, 1924 Correspondence from W.E. Guerin, telegram
Mar. 25, 1924 Correspondence from Fred E. Nessel, Registrar & Secretary, Board of Trustees
Mar. 25, 1924 Correspondence from Mrs. Arthur D. Robinson, Secretary, Board of Trustees
Mar. 26, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Mar. 26, 1924 Correspondence from W.H. Scott
Mar. 27, 1924 Correspondence from James E. Campbell
Mar. 27, 1924 Correspondence from A.D. Cole
Mar. 27, 1924 Correspondence from Curtis C. Howard
Mar. 27, 1924 Correspondence from Curtis C. Howard, explanatory note with above
Mar. 27, 1924 W.H. Scott correspondence to Curtis C. Howard, "The Undiscovered Country", a sonnet by Thomas Bailey Aldrich, enclosed
Mar. 28, 1924 Correspondence from E. Lester Jones
Mar. 28, 1924 Correspondence from William G. Moler

April 1924

Box 16 Folder 4 Apr. 1, 1924 Correspondence from John F. Cunningham
Apr. 4, 1924 Harris, Forbes & Co. correspondence to Central Wisconsin Trust Co., Attn: T.R. Hefty, Vice Pres.
Apr. 6, 1924 Correspondence from Carrie (?) M. Perkins
Apr. 7, 1924 Correspondence from Central Wisconsin Trust Co., Vice President
Apr. 7, 1924 Correspondence from C.B. Galbreath
Apr. 7, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Apr. 8, 1924 Correspondence from F.C. Caldwell
Apr. 9, 1924 Correspondence from Edward Orton, Jr., typewritten copies of editorials on article by T.C. Mendenhall, enclosed
Apr. 10, 1924 Correspondence from Alexander McAdee
Apr. 10, 1924 Correspondence from William E. Walter
Apr. 14, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Apr. 15, 1924 Correspondence from C.L. Carlile
Apr. 17, 1924 Correspondence from C.L. Mees
Apr. 17, 1924 Correspondence from O.H. Tittmann
Apr. 17, 1924 Correspondence from H.H.P. Wright, Mass. Hospital Life Insurance Co., contract with T.C. Mendenhall, enclosed
Apr. 21, 1924 Correspondence from Certificate of insurance
Apr. 21, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Apr. 21, 1924 Correspondence from George R. Putnam
Apr. 21, 1924 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Apr. 22, 1924 Correspondence from The City View Apartment & Storage Co.
Apr. 22, 1924 Correspondence from The City View Apartment & Storage Co., C.T. Swift
Apr. 24, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Apr. 28, 1924 Correspondence from Chicago & North Western Ry. Co., Arrival notice
Apr. 28, 1924 Correspondence from John B. McGrew
Apr. 29, 1924 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
Apr. 29, 1924 Correspondence from The Union Transfer & Storage Co., 2 warehouse receipts & contracts
Apr. 30, 1924 Correspondence from First Savings Bank & Trust Co.

May - June 1924

Box 16 Folder 5 May 2, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
May 2, 1924 Correspondence from The Union Transfer & Storage Co.
May 3, 1924 Correspondence from American Railway Express Co., collection bill
May 3, 1924 Correspondence from American Railway Express Co., 4 uniform express receipts
May 3, 1924 Correspondence from Newton M. Anderson
May 6, 1924 Correspondence from Uncle Charles
May 7, 1924 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka, itinerary attached
May 7, 1924 Correspondence from State Tax Commission; 2nd letter undated, attached
May 8, 1924 Correspondence from C.L. Carlile
May 8, 1924 Correspondence from Union Transfer & Storage Co.
May 8, 1924 Correspondence from The Union Transfer & Storage Co.
May 10, 1924 Correspondence from Klein & Wolf
May 10, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
May 10, 1924 Correspondence from The Union Transfer & Storage Co.
May 11, 1924 Correspondence from W.S. Carlile & Sons Co., C.L. Carlile
May 12, 1924 Correspondence from Olive Jones
May 12, 1924 C.E. Mendenhall correspondence to Mr. Libleis, letter from E.H. Libis on reverse side
May 12, 1924 Correspondence from State of Wisconsin, satisfaction of real estate mortgage
May 14, 1924 Correspondence from The Union Transfer & Storage Co.
May 15, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
May 15, 1924 Correspondence from W.J. Dodge & Son, Agents.
May 19, 1924 C.E. Mendenhall correspondence to C.H. Stevens, Harris, Forbes & Co.
May 21, 1924 Correspondence from Postlewaite & Martin
May 21, 1924 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
May 21, 1924 Correspondence from G.R. P. (probably Putnam)
May 23, 1924 Correspondence from Smith M. Comly, Review Club Secretary, Resolutions on death of T.C. Mendenhall, enclosed
May 23, 1924 Correspondence from Von Lengerke & Antoine
May 26, 1924 Correspondence from Von Lengerke & Antoine
May 26, 1924 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
May 29, 1924 Correspondence from McKeen Cattell
May 29, 1924 Correspondence from William S. Deming
May 29, 1924 Correspondence from The First Savings Bank & Trust Co.
May 29, 1924 Correspondence from C.B. Galbreath
June 2, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
June 2, 1924 A.L. Rohrer correspondence to George R. Putnam
June 3, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
June 3, 1924 Correspondence from Bruce Wilde Saville Ohio State Univ., Dept. of Fine Arts
June 3, 1924 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
June 4, 1924 Correspondence from William L. Deming
June 5, 1924 Correspondence from Edna K. Reineke, Asheville School
June 6, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
June 6, 1924 Correspondence from George R. Putnam
June 9, 1924 Correspondence from C.L. Carlile
June 13, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
June 14, 1924 Correspondence from Newton M. Anderson
June 15, 1924 Correspondence from E.S. Morse
June 17, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
June 18, 1924 Correspondence from Harris, Forbes & Co.
June 19, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
June 20, 1924 Correspondence from A.D. Cole
June 20, 1924 Correspondence from William L. Deming
June 22, 1924 Correspondence from A. Tanakadate
June 23, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
June 27, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
June 30, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple

Charles Elwood Mendenhall: Correspondence, July 1924 - 1935 and undated

(Recipient is Charles Elwood Mendenhall (CEM) unless otherwise noted)

July - October 1924

Box 17 Folder 1 July 2, 1924 Correspondence from A.D. Cole
July 7, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
July 10, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris, copy of letter sent by them to N.B. Marple (also June 10, 1924), enclosed
July 10, 1924 Correspondence from W.J. Stanley, Central Wisconsin Trust Co.
July 11, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
July 14, 1924 Correspondence from W.J. Stanley, Central Wisconsin Trust Company
July 15, 1924 Correspondence from W.B. Parsons, Equitable Life Assurance Society
July 17, 1924 Correspondence from W.J. Stanley, Central Wisconsin Trust Co.
July 21, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
July 21, 1924 Correspondence from Mrs. Nina M. Stanford
July 23, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
July 24, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
July 30, 1924 Correspondence from Newton M. Anderson
July 31, 1924 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Aug. 1, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Aug. 4, 1924 Correspondence from T.L. Condron
Aug. 7, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Aug. 20, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Aug. 28, 1924 Correspondence from Elihu Thomson, copy A.D. Cole
Sept., 1924 Correspondence from Asheville School
Sept. 11, 1924 Correspondence from A.B. Fairchild & Son
Sept. 17, 1924 Correspondence from Newton M. Anderson
Sept. 17, 1924 Correspondence from Martin & Cooke, Loans & Real Estate
Sept. 18, 1924 Correspondence from Carl E. Steeb
Sept. 19, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Sept. 24, 1924 Correspondence from A.D. Cole, recommendations of committee on the Mendenhall Memorial Service attached
Oct. 3, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Oct. 18, 1924 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Oct. 28, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Oct. 29, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 1924 Correspondence from Spokane & Inland Empire Railroad Co., cash statement

November - December 1924

Box 17 Folder 2 Nov. 3, 1924 Correspondence from W.J. Stanley, Central Wisconsin Trust Co.
Nov. 7, 1924 Correspondence from W.J. Dodge, Atlas Assurance Co. Limited
Nov. 7, 1924 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
Nov. 10, 1924 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Nov. 10, 1924 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka, copy of above
Nov. 11, 1924 Correspondence from W.J. Stanley, Central Wisconsin Trust Co.
Nov. 12, 1924 Correspondence from Chester Corey, Spokane & Inland Empire Railroad Co.
Nov. 13, 1924 Correspondence from A.L. Hrie
Nov. 15, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Nov. 15, 1924 Correspondence from W.J. Stanley, Central Wisconsin Trust Co.
Nov. 18, 1924 Correspondence from S.S. Lewis, Auditor General, Harrisburg
Nov. 18, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Nov. 21, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Nov. 21, 1924 Correspondence from Edgar B. Van Wagoner, New York Life Insurance Co.
Nov. 22, 1924 Correspondence from General Education Board Endowment Fund
Nov. 26, 1924 Correspondence from Nina M. Stanford
Nov. 28, 1924 Florizel Smith, copy correspondence to Nathan B. Marple
Nov. 30, 1924 C.E. Mendenhall correspondence to C.L. Carlile, reply on bottom from Carlile
Dec. 1, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Dec. 3, 1924 Correspondence from William L. Deming
Dec. 5, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Dec. 5, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Dec. 10, 1924 Correspondence from Information on Mendenhall Memorial
Dec. 10, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Dec. 11, 1924 Correspondence from William L. Deming
Dec. 11, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris, legal documents enclosed
Dec. 15, 1924 Correspondence from Bruce Wilde Saville
Dec. 16, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Dec. 16, 1924 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Dec. 17, 1924 Correspondence from Asheville School
Dec. 18, 1924 Correspondence from Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Auditor General
Dec. 18, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Dec. 19, 1924 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Dec. 22, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Dec. 26, 1924 Correspondence from R. Fujisawa
Dec. 27, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Dec. 27, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Dec. 27, 1924 N.B.M. (Marple), copy correspondence to Florizel Smith
Dec. 29, 1924 Correspondence from E.G. Rarey, Treasury Dept., Internal Revenue
Dec. 30, 1924 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Dec. 30, 1924 Correspondence from N.B. Marple

January - March 1925

Box 17 Folder 3 Jan. 2, 1925 Loomis & Caris correspondence to Mrs. Dorothy Reed Mendenhall
Jan. 3, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Jan. 8, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Jan. 12, 1925 Correspondence from N. Hozumi, Imperial Academy
Jan. 13, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Jan. 17, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Jan. 17, 1925 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Jan. 20, 1925 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Jan. 21, 1925 Correspondence from George Jackson, Asheville School
Jan. 21, 1925 Correspondence from C.L. Mees
Jan. 22, 1925 Correspondence from George Jackson, Asheville School
Jan. 24, 1925 Correspondence from A. Tanakadate
Feb. 8, 1925 Correspondence from C.L. Mees
Feb. 12, 1925 Correspondence from William L. Deming
Feb. 12, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Feb. 14, 1925 Correspondence from C.L. Mees
Feb. 25, 1925 Correspondence from C.F. Marvin
Mar. 2, 1925 Correspondence from Albert E. Mielenz, Aetna Life Insurance Co.
Mar. 2, 1925 Correspondence from D.K. Price, Asst. Mathematician, Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co.
Mar. 4, 1925 Correspondence from E.I. Downer, Registrar, Adelbert College, Western Reserve Univ.
Mar. 4, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Mar. 4, 1925 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Mar. 6, 1925 Correspondence from William L. Deming
Mar. 9, 1925 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Mar. 11, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Mar. 11, 1925 Correspondence from Nina M. Stanford
Mar. 12, 1925 Correspondence from W.H. Siebert
Mar. 17, 1925 Correspondence from Fred Charles
Mar. 19, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Mar. 20, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Mar. 24, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Mar. 26, 1925 Correspondence from A.D. Cole; enclosures- letter from Cole to E.S. Morse (Mar. 26, 1925), tribute to Mendenhall by Elihu Thomson, including 2 letters from T.C. Mendenhall to Thomson (Oct. 15, 1921 & Oct. 25, 1922)

April 1925

Box 17 Folder 4 Apr. 1, 1925 Correspondence from William L. Deming
Apr. 2, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Apr. 4, 1925 Correspondence from W.H. Siebert (Wilbur)
Apr. 6, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Apr. 8, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Apr. 10, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Apr. 11, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Apr. 14, 1925 Correspondence from William L. Deming
Apr. 14, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris, letter from Treasury Dept. at Washington (Apr. 11, 1925) enclosed
Apr. 15, 1925 Correspondence from Chester Corey, Spokane & Inland Empire Railroad Co.
Apr. 15, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Apr. 20, 1925 Correspondence from Wilbur H. Siebert
Apr. 21, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Apr. 25, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris

May 1925

Box 17 Folder 5 May 4, 1925 Correspondence from Lawrence E. Laybourne
May 5, 1925 Joji Sakurai, copy correspondence to T. Miyaoka; duplicate copy enclosed. Also enclosed letter from T. Miyaoka to Joji Sakurai (May 27) & circular letter about Miyaoka's patent practice - see #280
May 8, 1925 Correspondence from C.O. Hoffman
May 11, 1925 W.L.D. (copy) correspondence to Charles F. Marvin (probably William L. Deming) sketch of Bronze Tablet in memory of TCM for the Salem High School, enclosed
May 12, 1925 Correspondence from C.O. Hoffman
May 14, 1925 Correspondence from William L. Deming
May 21, 1925 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
May 22, 1925 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
May 27, 1925 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka, enclosures listed as Joji Sakurai, May 5, 1925
May 28, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
May 29, 1925 Correspondence from N.B. Marple

June - August 1925

Box 17 Folder 6 June 2, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
June 3, 1925 Correspondence from D.H. Blair, Commissioner, Treasury Dept., Washington
June 3, 1925 Correspondence from W.J. Stanley, Central Wisconsin Trust Co.
June 5, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
June 20, 1925 Correspondence from Asheville School
June 25, 1925 Correspondence from George Jackson, Asheville School, report card of Tom Mendenhall (Thomas Corwin II, son of Charles Elwood) enclosed
July 1, 1925 Correspondence from Chester Corey, Spokane & Inland Empire Railroad Co.
Mar. 25-July 1, 1925 Correspondence from Spokane & Inland Empire Railroad Co., Cash Statement
July 23, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
July 20, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
July 18, 1925 Correspondence from William L. Deming
July 16, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
July 16, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
July 23, 1925 Correspondence from Loomis & Caris
Aug. 3, 1925 Correspondence from William L. Deming
Aug. 3, 1925 Correspondence from CEM, Last Will & Testament

1926 - 1935 and undated

Box 17 Folder 7 Jan. 26, 1926 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Jan. 26, 1926 Martin & Cooke correspondence to Nathan B. Marple & Charles E. Mendenhall
Jan. 26, 1926 Correspondence from Martin & Cooke
June 2, 1926 Correspondence from W.J. Stanley, Central Wisconsin Trust Co.
Aug. 18, 1926 Correspondence from The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
Nov. 2, 1926 Correspondence from Ch. Fabre
Jan. 12, 1927 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Jan. 30, 1927 Top half of letter only correspondence to Nathan B. Marple
Feb. 2, 1927 Correspondence from N.B. Marple
Oct. 12, 1927 Correspondence from Jim
Nov. 21, 1927 Correspondence from Bruce Wilder Saville (!!!)
Oct. 8, 1928 Correspondence from George R. Putnam
Jan. 28, 1930 Correspondence from Curtis C. Howard
Aug. 29, 1930 Correspondence from H.A. Marmer
Oct. 4, 1930 Correspondence from H.A. Marmer, Asst. Chief, Division of Tides & Currents, U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey, Dept. of Commerce
May 12, 1931 Correspondence from L.W. Chubb
Dec. 26, 1933 Correspondence from T. Miyaoka
Sept. 18, 1935 Correspondence from Joji Sakurai, The Imperial Academy

Undated Correspondence

Box 17 Folder 7 Receipt for Claim, Legacy or Share of Personalty, T.C. Mendenhall, State of Ohio, County Court, Portage County
Contents of Safety Deposit Box No. 76, First Savings Bank & Trust Co., Ravenna, O. belonging to T.C. Mendenhall, late of Ravenna, Portage County, Ohio
Correspondence from Anderson, Newton M.
Mar. 9 Correspondence from Sullivant, Jane D.
Mar. 16 Correspondence from Sullivant, Jane D.
Jan. 8 Correspondence from Towle, R.H. (Fowle?)
Mar. 31 Correspondence from Trowbridge, Augustus (Gus)
Sept. 16 Correspondence from Trowbridge, Augustus (Gus)
Nov. 15 Correspondence from Trowbridge, Augustus (Gus)
Correspondence from Trowbridge, Augustus (Gus)
May 8 Correspondence from Trowbridge, Augustus
Dec. 6 Correspondence from Trowbridge, Augustus (Gus)
Correspondence from Trowbridge, Augustus - fragment
Correspondence from Waidner, Charles W., 3 letters
Correspondence from Wood, R.W., 3 letters & one fragment

Diaries, 1891 - 1924, one per year

Autobiography and biographical material

Box 19 Folders 1-18 T.C. Mendenhall's "Autobiographical Notes", 908 pp. (Xerox copy)
Folder 19 Miscellaneous biographical material
Folder 20 Autobiographical reminiscences of childhood years by Maria Mendenhall Michener, sister of T.C. Mendenhall, 13 pp. (Xerox copy)

Lab, experimental and lecture notes

Notebooks

Box 20 Folder 1 Notes on light prepared for lectures on the undulating theory, Tokio, Japan, 1878- 1881.
Record of Electrical Observations - Sept. & Oct. 1883.
Topics covered - circumstantial evidence, uncertainty of conclusions, exact sciences, notes for annual Presidential Address for Philosophical Society of Washington - January 20, 1992 "The Uncertainty of Conclusions"; seal life (1-7/92); earth measuring; knife-edge measurements.
Light House Inspection Tour - August 1892
Experiments with Gravity & Precise Levels - 1901 R.G. Drittes (?)
Folder 2 Mainly empty. Contains a few pages of miscellaneous material on Japanese fencing & snail locomotion.
Miscellaneous notes on language, mathematics, matter, knowledge, etc.
Drafts of definitions of the international ohm, ampere, & volt.
"Energy of Recent Earthquakes" - Tokio, Osaka, Nayoga - computations
Laboratory notebook - Tokio, Japan.
Folder 3 Seal Islands Investigations - questionnaire & results
Notes - Wavelength Measurements
Calculations
Folder 4 Rough Notes & Scientific & Non-Scientific Topics
Folder 5 Financial Records (Bills, Financial Reports, Fund Rising Activities, Real Estate Transactions, Annual Reports of Companies, Unlabeled Monetary Computations).

Manuscripts of articles, addresses, papers, books, congressional bills, talks etc. (Includes notes for revisions, drafts, notes for speeches, etc.)

Manuscripts by Mendenhall

Box 21 Folder 1 "Earthquakes in Japan", January 4, 1879. Paper prepared for the Tyndall Association of Columbus
Minutes of the Bering Sea Commission - notebook in outline form. Includes first draft of the "Report of the Commissioner Representing the U.S. in the Matter of Marking the Boundary Line in the Passamaquoddy Bay Under the Convention July 22, 1892." See Item #20.
July 12, 1894 - An Act to Define & establish the units of electrical measure - ohm, ampere, volt, coulomb, farad, joule, watt, henry (Public--No. 105).
Folder 2 The Figure of the Earth - notebook & series of ten lectures from February 1 to May 14th, 1895.
Folder 3 February 19, 1900 Address to the American Geographic Society, The Alaska Boundary Line
June 14, 1920 - Resolution of the Board of Trustees of Ohio State University in response to Charles F. Ketterings' offer of a gift for a college of homeopathic medicine. Accompanying individual statement by Mendenhall. Handwritten & typed copies.
"Note on the United States Fundamental Standards of Length & Mass", September 2, 1922 (9 typed pages.)
Biographical notes on C.B. Galbreath on back of printed poem, sent by Mendenhall to Mary L. Beech & then returned to him by her.
Draft - On the Evil Results of Being Too Ambitious
Notes on "Doctrine of Chances."
"Earth Measurements," given at Lowell Institute in Boston.
Folder 1 Drafts for talk on Japanese culture - drama, mythology, sacred dancing, & modern attitudes toward art, money, & world supremacy.
Folder 3 Three pages of speech at dedication of some educational structure. Discusses Japan's advantages over China from point of view of education.
Folder 4 Address to the Worcester Fire Society two years after his election to membership. Rough draft attached.
Address to Society in which he gives his thoughts on the approaching visit of Dr. R. Fujisawa, retired professor of the Imperial University of Japan.
Draft of speech for the dedication of the Ryerson Physical Laboratory in Chicago. Comments on the importance of observation in physics & the rise of the physical laboratory.
Address to Ohio educators criticizing trends in education & university life.
Discussion of the greater importance of labor than luck in the lives of successful men with examples from the history of science. Not complete.
Commencement address at an Engineering College, probably another version of item #18 since although the morals of the two speeches are superficially different, some of the historical examples used & even some of the wording is the same. Complete. Found in the same envelope as item #18.
Folder 5 Minutes of the commission on the seals in the Bering Sea written in full. See Item #2.
Folder 6 Comments on Alfred Holbrook
"Some Thoughts Regarding the Proposed Stadium," submitted to the Board of Trustees of Ohio State University.

Manuscripts Not by Mendenhall

Box 21 Folder 7 Extracts from the records of Westland Monthly Meeting of Friends, Pennsylvania. Prepared by Gilbert Cope. February 27 to May 22, 1790.
ca. 1863 - Handwritten description by union officer of escape from Union Prison by Confederate officers.
Extract from Mr. Asano's letter to a Japanese newspaper. New York, ca. 1879.
Prof. Sylvanus Thompson - "Suggestions for the International Congress of Electricity" (Chicago, 1893).
"Diagram of consecutive observed values of extra atmospheric intensity of solar radiation, as determined by the Smithsonian Institution at Washington, D.C., Mount Wilson, Cal., & Calama, Chile, from 1902 to 1919." Includes discussion of the diagram.
Minutes of the American Physical Society Council, Dec. 28, 1906-Apr. 22, 1910.
Folder 8 Resolutions adopted by the University Faculty at its meetings of Feb. 14, 21, 28, 1916, & the action of the Regents thereon.
Recommendations made by the Committee of the Whole on Feb. 29, 1916 to the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin. Extract from minutes of the Mar. 1, 1916 meeting of the Board of Regents where the report of the Committee of the Whole was adopted.
March 18, 1916 - Notes about the Superintendents of the Coast Survey compiled by E. Lester Jones.
Folder 9 July 18, 1921 - A bill to fix the metric system of weights & measures as the single standard of weights & measures for certain uses, by Mr. Ladd. (Printed & typewritten copies).
Memoranda on the meetings of the Committee on Medical Education at the Chittenden Hotel on Mar. 24, 1922 & at the University on Apr. 14, 1922.
May 31, 1922 - Information on the illness & funeral of Mr. McMillin & other biographical material relating to him.
"In Memory of Albert G. Farr," member of the Board of Trustees of Ripon College. (Four typewritten pages).
Outline on "Dynamical Units" - clarification of the use of units of mass & weight.
"Report of the Board of Visitors" of the Ohio State University Association.
By-laws of the Directors of the Worcester Art Museum.
Xeroxed autobiography found in Mendenhall collection. Author unknown.
"The snow is falling thick & fast," a first attempt at verse found in the Mendenhall collection. By Brodie.
Notes on Primary Triangulation, (Gravity Determinations, Azimuths, Astronomic Latitude, Astronomic Longitude, Precise Leveling, & Primary Bases.
Handwritten description of the position of the Alaska boundary line. (2 pages.)
Reprints, articles by T.C. Mendenhall - 1870-1906

Reprints, Articles by TCM

Box 22 Folder 1 1870 - Discussion of the Heating Powers of Some Ohio Coals, from the report of the Geological Survey of Ohio for 1870.
August, 1875 - An Improvement in Bunsen's Method for Specific Gravity of Gases, from the proceedings of The American Association for the Advancement of Science, Detroit Meeting, August, 1875.
August, 1875 - On a Method of Exhibiting l)y Projection the Difference of Velocity of Waves in Various Gases, from the proceeding of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Detroit Meeting, August, 1875.
October 1, 1878 - Japan Notes, from Ohio Educational Monthly; & The National Teacher, Old Series, Vol. XXVII, No. 12, Third Series, Vol. III, No. 12, December, 1878.
January 1, 1879 - Japan Notes, Ohio Educational Monthly; & The National Teacher.
March 24, 1879 - Japan Notes, Principally Concerning Play, from the Ohio Educational Monthly; & The National Teacher, Old Series, Vol. XXVIII, No. 6; Third Series, Vol. IV, No. 6, June, 1879.
October 28, 1879 - Japan Notes, from the Ohio Educational Monthly; & The National Teacher, Old Series, Vol. XXIX, No. l; Third Series, Vol. V, No. 1, January 1880.
March, 1880 - Japan Notes, from the Ohio Educational Monthly; & The National Teacher, Old Series, Vol. XXIX, No. 6; Third Series, Vol. V, No.6, June, 1880.
November 6, 1880 Japan Notes, On the Way Lo Fujiyama, from The Ohio Educational Monthly & The National Teacher, Old Series, Vol XXX, No. l; Third Series, Vol. VI, No. 1 January, 1881.
1881-Report on the Meteorology of Tokio for The Year 2540 (1880) Memoirs of The Science Department, Tokio Daigaku, published by Tokio Daigaku. (No. 7)
1881-Measurements of the Force of Gravity at Tokio & on the Summit of Fujinoyama, Memoirs of the Science Department, Tokio Daiguku, No. 5, published by Tokio Daigaku.
1881-The Wave-Lengths of Some of the Principal-Fraunhofer Lines of the Solar Spectrum, Memoirs of the Science Department, Tokio Daigaku, No. 8, published by Tokio Daigaku.
January 19, 1881 Japan Notes, Up the Mountain, from the Ohio Educational Monthly; & The National Teacher, Old Series, Vol. XXX, No. 4; Third Series, Vol. VI, No. 4, April, 1881.
Folder 2 October 20, 1881 - On Pendulum Experiments on the Summit on Fujiyama for the Purpose of Ascertaining the Force of Gravity at that Point, Abstract.
December 9, 1881- Speech given at the meeting of the Northeastern Ohio Teachers' Association, held in Cleveland, In Memoriam of F.D. Henkle, Ohio Educational Monthly & National Teacher, Vol. 24, No. 1, January, 1882.
1882 - On the Fasoldt Stage Micrometer, reprinted from the Proceedings of the American Society of Microscopists.
July, 1882 - Art. IV, On the Influence of Time on the Change in the Resistance of the Carbon Disk of Edison's Tasimeter, reprinted from the American Journal of Science, Vol. XXIV, July, 1882. Read by invitation at the April meeting of the National Academy.)
August, 1882 - Address, American Association for the Advancement of Science, delivered before the section of Physics, Montreal Meeting (Salem 1882).
1883 - Standard Time, article written for the report of the Secretary of State. (notes included).
August, 1885 - On a Differential Resistance Thermometer, reprinted from the American Journal of Science, Vol. XXX, August, 1885.
August, 1886 - Report on the Charleston Earthquake, from the Monthly Weather Review, U.S. Signal Service.
1887 - Characteristic Curves of Composition (Terre Haute, Ind: Moore & Langen, Printers & Binders, 1887), from Science, March 11, 1887).
November 8, 1887 Art. VIII - Seismoscopes & Seismological Investigations, read at the meeting of the National Academy of Sciences at New York, Nov. 8, 1887, reprinted from the American Journal of Science, Vol. XXXV, Feb., 1888.
1888 - On the Intensity of Earthquakes with Approximate Calculations of the Energy Involved, from the proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1888.
February 1890 - The United States Prototype Standards of Weight & Measure, from the transactions of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, address at the Washington Meeting, Feb. 1890.
August, 1890 - The Relations of Men of Science to the General Public, Address by Mendenhall, president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, delivered at the Indianapolis Meeting, August, 1890, (Salem, 1890).
January 20, 1892 - The Uncertainty of Conclusions, Annual Presidential Address, Philosophical Society of Washington, Bulletin, Vol. XII, pp. 1-18.
November 11, 1891 - On the Use of a Free Pendulum as a Time Standard, read at the meeting of the National Academy in New York, Nov. 11, 1891, Art. XII, American Journal of Science, Vol. XLIII (Whole Number CXLIII), No. 254, February, 1892.
October 28, 1892 - Report of TCM, Superintendent Coast & Geodetic Survey & Member of the Lighthouse Board, to Hon. Charles Foster, Secretary of the Treasury, concerning the relief of Colonel Ludlow & Commander Heyerman from duty under the Lighthouse Board (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1892).
April 5, 1893 - Fundamental Standards of Length & Mass - United States Coast & Geodetic Survey, Bulletin No. 26 (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1893).
Folder 3 August, 1894 - Legal Units of Electrical Measure in the United States, Treasury Department, Office of the Coast & Geodetic Survey, Bulletin No. 31 (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1894).
March, 1894 - Measurements of Precision, Considered in their Relation to the Condition of Man, Johns Hopkins University Circulars, Vol. XIII, No. 110, March, 1894.
February 7, 1896 - Helmholtz, reprinted from Science, N.S., Vol. III., No. 58, February 7, 1896.
April, 1896 - The Alaska Boundary Line, from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. LXXVII, No. CCCCLXII, April, 1896, pp. 517-526.
October, 1896 - The Metric System, reprinted from Appleton's Popular Science Monthly, October, 1896.
October 21, 1896 - Twenty Unsettled Miles in the Northeast Boundary, from the report of the Council of the American Antiquarian Society, presented at the Annual Meeting held in Worcester, October 21, 1896 (Press of Charles Hamilton, 1897).
Folder 4 November, 1897 - Expert Testimony in the Bering Sea Controversy, Appleton's Popular Science Monthly, Vol. LII, No. 1, November, 1897.
1898 - Some Neglected Factors & Forgotten Facts, address given before the Sup't Section of the National Educational Association at Columbus, Ohio.
July 26, 1898 - The Candle-power of Commercial Arc Lamps, report of TCM on the contract between the Columbus Electric Company and the City of Columbus (2 copies).
May, 1899 - The Bering Sea Controversy Again, Appleton's Popular Science Monthly, Vol. LV, No. 1, May 1899.
October 26, 1899 - The Alaskan Boundary Line, The Independent, Vol. Ll, No. 2656, pp. 2872-2875.
Folder 5 November 26, 1899 - Edward Orton, Educator, included in In Memoriam Edward Orton, Addresses delivered at Ohio State University, printed by the university.
July 1900 - The Relation of the Manual Training School to the College of Engineering, Manual Training Magazine, Volume 1, No. 4, July, 1906.
1901 - Progress in Physics in the nineteenth Century, from the Smithsonian Report for 1900, pp. 315-331, (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1901) (2 copies).
May 30, 1901- Twentieth Century Problems in Physics, The Independent, Vol. LIII, No. 2739, May 30, 1901, pp. 1242-1245.
1902 - Commemoration of Prof. Henry A. Rowland, from the Smithsonian Report for 1901, pp. 739-753, (with plate 1), (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1902). Address delivered October 26, 1901.
1904 - Scientific, Technical & Engineering Education, Monographs on Education in the United States, edited by Nicholas Murray Butler, President Columbia University, No. 11, printed by the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Company, Division of Exhibits, Department of Education, Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904.
June 24, 1904 - Characteristic Curves of Composition, from Popular Science Monthly.
February 13, 1906 - Remarks on Some Old-Time Engineering, from the Journal of the Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Box 23 Folder 1 February 2, 1907 - Letter to Harlan E. Hall in the Ohio Educational Monthly, Volume 56, No. 3, March 1907. Letter in clipping form plus the whole issue.
May, 1909 - Letter to the editor of Science, Communicating with Mars, N.S. Vol. XXX, No. 760, July 23, 1909.
January, 1912 - Japan Revisited after Thirty Years, reprinted from The Journal Race Development, Vol. II, No. 3, Jan. 1912.
May, 1912 - Problematical (comments on mathematics teaching), The Ohio Educational Monthly, Vol. 61, No. 5, May 1912.
November 11, 1912, letter to the editor of Science, The Pedometer.
June, 1913 - Mostly Faultfinding, remarks on American travelers in Europe, The Ohio Educational Monthly, Vol. 62, No. 6, June, 1913.
November 27, 1914 - Some Pioneers of Science in Ohio, Presidential Address, Ohio Academy of Science, from the Proceedings of the Ohio Academy of Science, Vol. VI, Part 4.
November 26-27, 1915 - The Relation of the Academy to the State & to the People of the State, Address at the celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Ohio Academy of Science - held at Columbus, Ohio, reprinted from Science, N.S. Vol XLII, No. 1095, pp. 881-890, December 24, 1915.
October, 1916 - Notes on Longitude & Time, The Ohio Educational Monthly, Vol. 65, No. 10, October, 1916.
August, 1917 - Past & Present (educational in Ohio), The Ohio Educational Monthly, Vol. 66, No. 8, August, 1917. (2 copies)
Folder 2 January 14, 1918 - Baron Dairoku Kikuchi, 1855-1917, reprinted from Monthly Weather Review, December 197, 45: 603 605 (Washington: Government Printing Office, 19180).
July, 1918 - General Grant in Japan, The Kit-Kat, Volume VII, Number 3, July, 1918.
October, 1918 - Survey of Nursing Resources made at the request of the Secretary of War by the American Red Cross - Instructions for Surveyors.
February, 1919 - Sabine, '86, Student, Teacher, Scientist, Administrator, & Patriot; Ohio State University Monthly. Vol. X, No. 5, February, 1919.
August 31, 192 - Letter of Gift: The Joseph Sullivant Medal of the Ohio State University (3 copies).
September, 1920 - Extracts from a Circular Letter, The Ohio Educational Monthly, Vol. 69, No. 7, September, 1920.
October 15, 1920 - The First Faculty, an address given on the occasion of the Semicentennial Celebration of the Ohio State University.
1921 - von Helmholtz, reprinted from Volume 2, No. 2, The American Journal of Physiological Optics, published by the Research Division, American Optical Company (2 copies).
September 2, 1922 - The United States Fundamental Standard of Length & Mass, reprinted from Science, Vol. LVI, No. 1449, October 6, 1922, pp. 377-380 (2 copies).
January 11, 1923 - Joseph Sullivant, Being an Address Read at the University, January 11, 1923, Ohio State University Monthly Vol. XIV, No. 6, March, 1923.
March 31, 1923 - Emerson McMillin, (1844-1922) read at the Meeting of the Ohio Academy of Science at Oberlin.
October, 1923 - The Town of Tallmadge - the Bacons and Shakespeare, reprinted from The Ohio Archaeological & Historical Quarterly, October, 1923 (2 copies)
December, 1923 September 17th, 1873-1923, Ohio State University Monthly, Vol. XV, No. 3, December, 1923.
Undated Articles, Reprints, etc.
Folder 3 Hydraulic Engineering in Egypt, from the Rose Technic (2 copies).
Notes from the Nile, fragment.
Rapidity of Thought, by TCM of Columbus High School.
Standards of Weights and Measures, by TCM of Columbus high School (2 copies).

Reprints, articles, printed material, magazines collected by T.C. Mendenhall - arranged by author

Box 24 Folder 1 American Association for the Advancement of Science, Committee of One Hundred on Scientific Research, principal work list of members, Reprinted from Science, N.S., Vol. XXXIX, No. 1010, Pages 680-682, May 8, 1914.
American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Report of the Subcommittee on Provisional Programme for the International Electrical Congress of 1893 (2 copies).
American Philosophical Society, Charter (Granted in 1780) Laws & Rules of Order (As Amended October 7, 1921).
American Philosophical Society (Founded 1727), Classified list of members, December, 1923.
American Physical Society, Constitutional & By-Laws & list of members, January, 1909 (2 copies).
American Society of Civil Engineers, Proceedings - Vol. XXIV - No. 1, January 1, 1898.
Beasley, Walter L., "Exploring in Northern Siberia", Xeroxed reprint.
Bowie, William, Chief, Division of Geodesy, United States Coast & Geodetic Survey; Use of the Gravity Pendulum as a Timepiece. (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1926).
Concours de Réglage de Chronomètres, Rapports des années 1905-1909, 1919; Presenté à la Classe d'Industrie et de Commerce de la Societé des Arts de Genève, le 22 janvier 1906, par le prof. Raoul Gautier, directeur de 1' Observatoire de Genève.
Cornell's Primary Geographically Revised, First Edition.
Folder 2 Electrical Standards Committee, Final Report, August 2, 1894.
Franklin Medal, Presentation of, May 15, 1918, Reprinted from the Journal of the Franklin Institute, July, 1918, (J.R. Lippincott Company, 1918) (2 copies)
Genève, Observatoire de, Reglement relatif au dépot et à la comparaison des Chronometres, November 21, 1890 & Nov. 24, 1908.
Geographic Names, U.S. Board on, Decisions rendered January 8 February 5, March 5, & April 2, 1895, includes decision on Woods Hole.
Helgesen, Henry T. of North Dakota, Speech in the House of Representatives, January 13, 1916, Government Maps of Arctic Regions Corrected.
Helgesen, Henry T. of North Dakota, Extension of Remarks in the House of Representatives, January 25, 1916, Analysis of "Evidence" Presented by Robert E. Peary to Committee on Naval Affairs, 1910-11.
Japan Daily Mail, reprinted clipping on life of T. Miyaoka, October 20, 1909.
Kelvin, William Thompson, The Age of the Earth-, Annual Address for 1897 of the Victoria Institute.
Kelvin, William Thompson, & rest of Committee Abstract of the 14th Report to the British Association on the Earthquake & Volcanic Phenomena of Japan, July 10, 1894.
Littell, F.B. & Hill, G.A., Washington-Paris Longitude by Radio Signals, reprinted from the Astronomical Journal, Vol. XXIX, Nos. 1-2, Albany, N.Y., March 15, 1915.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology & Its Appeal to the Legislature, in connection with application for a six year grant of $25,000 a year, ca. 1894.
Mendenhall, C.E. & Saunders, F.A., The Radiation of a Black Body, reprinted from the Astrophysical Journal, Vol. XIII, No. 1, January, 1901, printed by the University of Chicago Press.
New Movement Among Physics Teachers, The - Circulars V (reprinted from School Science & Mathematics, Vol. VII, No. 4, April 1907) & VI (reprinted from School Science & Mathematics, Vol. VIII, No. 6, June 1908).
Ohio State University Monthly, Semicentennial Number, Vol. XI No. 9, June 1920. Includes article on TCM by Prof. A.D. Cole.
Oldberg, Oscar, "Herbert Spencer vs. The Metric System", reprinted from The Bulletin of Pharmacy, July 1896.
Physical Society, Council Action to Avoid the Evils Resulting from Over-Crowded Programs, Ernest Merritt, Secretary, ca. March 5, 1910.
Physics Commission, Letter 4 to the Members of, March 15, 1907, includes proposed required list of topics for high school courses.
Pomerene, Atlee of Ohio, Letter on the Plumb Plan, published in the Congressional Record, August 11, 1919 (Railway Reorganization).
Folder 3 Popular Science Monthly, Vol. XXXVII, No. 5 (D. Appleton & Co., New York) includes "Sketch of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall" by George Iles (with portrait), September 1890.
Russell, Lindsay, In Re Japan, Aide Memoire: "The object of this is to show the milestones in Japan's evolution as a world power, the great events which have influenced her."
Science, New Series
Vol. V, No. 106, Friday, January 8, 1897
Vol. V, No. 112, Friday, February 19, 1897
Vol. V, No. 114, Friday, March 5, 1897
Vol. XIII, No. 316, Friday, January 18, 1901
Vol. XXXV, No. 913, Friday, June 28, 1912
Vol. XXXVI, No. 937, Friday, December 13, 1912
Vol. XLIV, No. 1141, Friday, November 10, 1916
Vol. LIV, No. 1391, Friday, August 26, 1921
Vol. XVI, No. 1458, Friday, December 8, 1922
Folder 4 Siebert, Wilbur, Thomas Corwin Mendenhall, reprinted from History, Columbus High School, 1847-1910.
Société Française de Physique, Notice, Séances-Publications Recherches scientifiques.
Société Française de Physique, Communications during 1906-1907.
Spencer, Herbert, "Against The Metric System" (London, 1896).
Takamine, T. & Suga, T., Absorption of He Line, Scientific Papers of the Institute of Physical & Chemical Research, Vol. 11, No. 202, pp. 193-197, August 25, 1929.
Takamine, T. & Suga, T. The Near Infra-red Spectra of Helium & Mercury, Scientific Papers of the Institute of Physical & Chemical Research, Vol. II, No. 198, pp. 131-137, July 24, 1929.
Tomb of Pius the Ninth & English Speaking Catholics, The (Milan, Pontifical Printing Office of St. Joseph - St. Calocero street, 9). Xeroxed copy.
U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey, Department of Commerce, Bulletin, Washington, March 31, 1924, No. 106, includes report of TCM's death.
U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey, Bulletin No. 26 Fundamental Standards of Length & Mass (Washington: Government Printing Office 1893).
U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey, Office of Standard Weights & Measures, Tables for converting customary & metric weights & measures.
U.S. Coast Survey Office, Bureau of Weights & Measures, Papers relating to Metric Standards, distributed to the States of the Union, under a Joint Resolution of Congress, of July 27, 1866, Washington: 1876.
U.S. Congress, House of Representatives, Hearings before the Committee on Naval Affairs, May 1, 4, 8, 18, 22, 25, 29, June 1, 5, 8, 12, 22, 1894 to abolish the Coast and Geodetic Survey and transfer its work to the Hydrographic Office in the Navy Department.
U.S. Naval Academy, Report of the Board of Visitors, 1889 (Washington: Government Printing Office).
U.S. Treasury Department, Office of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, Weights and Measures, Fundamental Standards of Length and Mass, Appendix No. 6 - Report for 1893 (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1894).
U.S. Treasury Department, Office of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, Bulletin No. 31, Legal Units of Electrical Measure in the U.S. (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1892).
Worcester Magazine, The, September 1901.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Journal, Vol. XVI, No. 2, January, 1913.
World's Columbian Exposition, World's Columbian Exposition, World's Congress Auxiliary, General Programme, 1893.

Newspaper and Magazine Clippings - ca. 1878-1924. Some from 18th century as curiosities. (Includes clippings about Mendenhall's life and work and clippings of articles written by him on various scientific and nonscientific subjects, e.g. Ohio and Japan.)

Box 25 Folder 1 Album of clippings about T. C. Mendenhall
Folder 2 Obituaries
Folder 3 Wilbur H. Siebert, T. C. Mendenhall in Columbus High School and after.
Folder 4 Education
Folder 5 Education - Ohio
Folder 6 Electricity
Folder 7 Reviews - A Century of Electricity
Folder 8 Metrology
Folder 9 Japan
Folder 10 The Coast & Geodetic Survey controversy
Folder 11 The Coast & Geodetic Survey
Folder 12 Alaska boundary line controversy
Folder 13 Bering Sea Commission - Seals
Folder 14 State Highway Commission - roads
Folder 15 Telephone party
Folder 16 Clubs - Societies
Folder 17 Mary had a little lamb - debate over origin/ McGuffy Society
Folder 18 John Brown - Harpers Ferry
Folder 19 Miscellaneous clippings
Folder 20 Xerox duplicates of selected clippings

Souvenirs and other miscellaneous materials. Undated invitations, souvenir programs, announcements, calling cards, menus, Japanese articles, advertisements, etc. Many from Stratford-upon-Avon about Shakespeare.

Box 26 Folder 1 Business/calling cards, autographs, notes, post cards
Folder 2 Programs, menus
Folder 3 Invitations, advertisements for events
Folder 4 Certificates, admission cards
Folder 5 Shakespeare, Stratford on Avon
Folder 6 Italy
Folder 7 Pamphlets, bulletins, club lists
Folder 8 Seriographs, Book of Essays and Oratories, small notebooks, box with instrument, ivory day keeper, pen used in signing the Bering Sea Commission

Souvenirs from Japan

Box 26a Folder 1 Programs, invitations, menus
Folder 2 Miscellaneous publications, business/calling cards
Folder 3 notes
Folder 4 Invitations, programs, menu, etc. connected with the visit of former President Grant to Japan
Folder 5 Maps
Folder 6 skein of silk thread, good luck charm

Pictorial Material. Lantern slides - mainly scientific. Photographs - mainly personal.

Thomas Corwin Mendenhall II Thesis on the early 17th century Wool trade.

Box 28 Folder 1 Manuscript draft
Folder 2 Typescript draft - text
Folder 3 Typescript draft - footnotes
Folder 4 Typescript draft - appendices
Folder 5 Incomplete typescript drafts
Folder 6 Incomplete manuscript drafts

Thomas Corwin Mendenhall II Research notes and early drafts of thesis, manuscripts, correspondence, miscellaneous clippings, brochures, bills and notices, address book

Box 29 Folder 1 Notes and translations on manuscript Meryonith, xerox of 17th century manuscript: Meryonith Hundred
Folder 2 Notes on manuscript sources
Folder 3 Notes for thesis
Folder 4 Short notes/Index cards
Folder 5 Drafts & notes for appendices of thesis
Folder 6 Drafts and notes for tables & statistics of thesis
Folder 7 Outlines
Folder 8 Typescript drafts of miscellaneous papers
Folder 9 Correspondence 1949 - 1951 & undated, brochures, clippings, bills, notices, address book (nearly empty)

Additions to papers of Thomas Corwin Mendenhall, 1851-1936

Box 30 Folder 1 Letters to TCM, 1912-1923
Folder 2 Letters to CEM and other family, 1921-1936
Folder 3 Miscellaneous notes, writings and personal materials, 1901-1922, undated
Folder 4 Article reprints, 1897-1920
Folder 5 Address book, undated
Folder 6 Diary, 1851-1853
Folder 7 Postcards and calling cards, 1906-1922, undated
Folder 8 Miscellaneous documents and clippings, 1911, 1924, 1932
Box 31 Folder 1 Photographs (portraits of friends), ca.1880-1920
Folder 2 Photographs of Japanese friends and students, ca.1875-1911
Folder 3 Drawings (portraits) unknown subjects, undated
Folder 4 Photographs of T. Miyaoka and family, 1883-1934, undated
Folder 5 Photographs of T. Fujisawa and family, 1884-1912, undated
Folder 6 Instruments -- photographs and drawings, undated
Folder 7 Photographs of scenery, undated
Folder 8 Photograph album from Japan, undated
Box 32 Prints and negatives from travel in Italy, Germany, Egypt, Japan, and India, ca.1902-1906, undated

Some letters of interest selected from the T.C. Mendenhall Correspondence

Preliminary Chronological Catalog of T.C. Mendenhall Papers in the Historical Archives at the American Institute of Physics
Feb. 12, 1877 Joseph Henry. 1 p. Requests a $20.00 deposit for use of books at Smithsonian Institution.
Sept. 7, 1885 William Thomson, (Lord Kelvin to T.C. Mendenhall). 3 pp re: about to receive in the mail H.R. Rowland's diffraction grating
Feb. 1896 Signature hard to read, American Meteorological Society. 1 p. re: metric gauge
Dec. 1887 Lord Kelvin. 8 pp. signature W. Thomson re: Lord Kelvin highly recommends Thomas Gray, who has been his assistant as a worthy candidate for professor of Mechanical Engineering at Rose Polytechnic Institute.
July 25, 1889 Benjamin Harrison. 1 p. President Harrison appoints T.C. Mendenhall as a member of the Light-House Board.
Sept. 4, 1889 J.A. Ewing. 4 pp.
Nov. 5, 1890 C.A. Young. 2 pp. C.A. Young would like T.C. Mendenhall to casually mention C.A. Young as a possible candidate for a position having to do with "the Naval Academy Matter". Mentions Buchanan as being a member of Congress who could also help.
Dec. 12, 1890 Parker Pillsbury. 4 pp. P. Pillsbury is an 82 year old Quaker who remembers T.C. Mendenhall's father and the anti-slavery days. Letter written on paper of a pamphlet called "The Destiny of the Nation", by P. Pillsbury.
Mar. 12, 1891 Theodore Roosevelt. 1 p. re: an invitation extended by T.C. Mendenhall
Mar. 16, 1891 Theodore Roosevelt. 2 pp. Regrets not to be able to attend T.C. Mendenhall's invitation
Mar. 19, 1891 Charles M. Thomas. 3 pp. A thank you note
Sept. 22, 1891 Benjamin Harrison. 1 p. re: appointment of A.J. Masman to Mexican Boundary Commission
Oct. 1, 1891 Benjamin Harrison. 1 p. re: T.C. Mendenhall's suggestions on the conference between the Canadian Commissioners and U.S. representatives over the Bering Sea matters.
Jan. 20, 1892 Signed by (?). 1 p. On letterhead of Clerk of the Cook County Circuit Court, inviting T.C. Mendenhall to consider a professorship at the new University of Chicago, "without your knowledge."
Mar. 15, 1892 David S. Jordan. 1 p. re: a "pointer" T.C. Mendenhall gave to David S. Jordan, President of Stanford University, concerning a man who applied for a teaching position.
Feb. 15, 1892 A.H. Tuttle. 8 pp.
April 7, 1892 George F. Barker. 1 p. re: nomination for National Academy of Sciences
May 8, 1892 Wolcott Gibbs. 2 pp. re: financial matter concerning Bache fund
May 23, 1892 G.W. Hill. 2 pp. Regretfully declines position offered him by T.C. Mendenhall in Geodetic Survey
Sept. 15, 1892 H.S. Carhart. 4 pp. re: electrical meetings in England and elsewhere
Oct. 10, 1892 J.C. Gilchrist. 2 pp. Former childhood teacher of T.C. Mendenhall's requests T.C. Mendenhall to recommend him for membership in Committee of Awards, Columbian Exposition
Oct. 14, 1892 M.L.D. Putnam. 4 pp. Thanks to T.C. Mendenhall for sending her the maps of New York and expresses her concern for her son George's health, who is working under T.C. Mendenhall in the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.
Oct. 22, 1892 Simon Newcomb. 7 pp. re: amendments to the constitution of the National Academy of Sciences. Detailed description and S. Newcomb's opinions
Nov. 16, 1892 C.E. Mendenhall. 3 pp. re: Col. Ludlow case
Nov. 19, 1892 R.A. Alger. 4 pp. attachment re: Charles Foster, Secretary of Col. Ludlow case the Treasury Dept.
Dec. 12, 1892 D.M. Poe. 2 pp. Typed copy for T.C. Secretary of the Treasury Mendenhall re: Col. Ludlow case through the office of the Light House Board
Dec. 13, 1892 H.S. Carhart. 5 pp. Concerning arrangements for a Congress of Physicists; also mentions other professional congresses
Dec. 16, 1892 H.A. Rowland. 2 pp. re: Physical Congress in Chicago and need for physicists to be more in charge of scientific congresses
Dec. 21, 1892 E.W. Halford. 1 p. re: T.C. Mendenhall's suggestion to the President of the U.S. concerning going ducking and the "Blake" and "Endeavor".
Dec. 29, 1892 W.C. Dodge. 2 pp. reprint attached. re: matter of Captain Ludlow whom T.C. Mendenhall tried to get dismissed from Light House Board, or some similar government service.
Dec. 29, 1892 George Y. Wisner. 2 pp. re: Col. Ludlow case
Dec. 30, 1892 C.H. Carhart. 3 pp. More on meetings of physicists and electrical engineers, etc.
Jan. 6, 1893 George Y. Wisner. 3 pp. re: Col. Ludlow case
Jan. 7, 1893 David Wallace. 4 pp. re: Col. Ludlow case
Jan. 12, 1893 15 pp. of pencilled notes by T.C. Mendenhall re: Col. Ludlow and Commander Heyerman, two men T.C. Mendenhall wished to see relieved of their duties on the staff of the Light House Board.
Feb. 2, 1893 H.H. Turner. 4 pp. From Royal Observatory, Greenwich, England, re: free pendulum etc.
Jan. 21, 1893 Probably from Benjamin F. Thomas. 1 p. (other pages missing)
Feb. 6, 1893 James W. Dana. 2 pp. re: a problem in geology
Feb. 16, 1893 Edward L. Nichols. 1 p. re: plans of issuing a journal of physics at Cornell to be entitled "The Physical Review".
Mar. 5, 1893 Theodore Roosevelt. 2 pp. Extends T.C. Mendenhall an invitation to dine with him.
Apr. 5, 1893 E.S. Holden. 1 p.
Apr. 25, 1893 John A. Brashear. 1 p. Would like to borrow some models of some of the standards in T.C. Mendenhall's possession, i.e., Metre, the Kilo and the Litre.
Apr. 26, 1893 John A. Brashear. 1 p. re: a scientific statement T.C. Mendenhall had made.
Apr. 29, 1893 George F. Barker. 2 pp attachment titled "Facts." Letter touches on a controversy involving a "Mr. B." and his efforts in influencing the Chemical Section of the A.A.A.S. in a number of ways, including the spelling of chemical terms.
May 1, 1893 (?) (?) Smith (University of Virginia). 4 pp. On geodetic matters.
May 1, 1893 John A. Brashear. 1 p. re: on measurements, etc.
May 4, 1893 Theodore Roosevelt. 2 pp. Personal note, inference about Washington regime.
May 8, 1893 John F. Hayford. 2 pp. Comments on Alex S. Christie, Chief of Tidal Division, as to charges filed against him.
May 23, 1893 Cleveland Abbe. 2 pp. re: problems related to competing for Hodgkins prize
June 1, 1893 L.C. Loomis. 1 p attachment Provisions of the Loomis Institute for the Scientific and Medical Prizes. Also a copy of the proposed charter of the Loomis Institute.
June 20, 1893 Dr. Ernst Leyst. 1 p.
Sept. 14, 1893 H. von Helmholtz. 1 p. Announces his visit to Washington where he hopes to meet with T.C. Mendenhall and S.P. Langley.
Nov. 2, 1893 W. C. Sabine. 2 pp. Thank you note for assistance T.C. Mendenhall gave in an acoustics problem at Harvard.
Jan. 5, 1894 I.T. (?) Morgan. 3 pp. Mr. Morgan uses a letterhead from the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee and gives some back- ground of a Tribunal of Arbitration at Paris re: Russia and Great Britain, etc.
April 1894 H.A. Rowland. 1 p. Comments that A.A. Michelson was to have given a lecture at Johns Hopkins but he has "disappeared".
Oct. 15, 1894 Cleveland Abbe. 2 pp. Reports he is finishing his typewritten copy of Joseph Henry's early notebooks and laboratory experiments, especially on magnetism. These to be presented at a meeting of the National Academy of Sciences.
Oct. 29, 1894 Cleveland Abbe. 1 p. re: His work on the Joseph Henry manuscripts.
Nov. 6, 1894 Charles D. Walcott. 3 pp. Expresses deep regret at T.C. Mendenhall's resignation from the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Describes the situation in the Geological Survey as having rid itself of the spoils system.
Nov. 19, 1894 Charles D. Walcott. 3 pp. Friendly letter from the head of the U.S. Geological Survey.
Nov. 19, 1894 H.A. Rowland. 2 pp. Having to do with H.A. Rowland's appointment to a committee on electrical units.
Nov. 23, 1894 Henry Rowland. 4 pp. Interesting letter giving the details of the subject of electrical units, starting with the Paris Congress in 1881 and going on to describe the difficulties and problems, also political, which arose.
Nov. 25, 1894 F.E.L. 2 pp. A slanderous note written on a letterhead called, "Good Government," official Journal of the National Civil Service Reform League. On the other hand, the writer may just be pulling T.C. Mendenhall's leg and could be a friend.
Dec. 7, 1894 Theodore Roosevelt. 2 pp. Theodore Roosevelt is not able to accept an invitation to speak (probably) at Polytechnic Institute, Worcester. Letter contains several asides re: Logan Carlisle, Charles Washburn, Edward Atkinson, Francis Walker. Photostat of proposed Wire Gauge, May 11, 1895 signed: Worcester Polytechnic Institute, T.C. Mendenhall
July 20, 1895 G. Stanley Hall. 1 p. Requests change of date for T.C. Mendenhall's lecture.
Nov. 2, 1895 L.A. Bauer. 2 pp. Draft of a letter addressed to S.P. Langley re: the matter of the second prize of the Hodgkins Prize having not been awarded and suggesting whether the money for this prize could not go to someone in the field of terrestrial magnetism. Asking T.C. Mendenhall for his approval.
Nov. 25, 1895 S.P. Langley. 4 pp. Requests T.C. Mendenhall to write a chapter on physics during the past 50 years at the Smithsonian Institution for a Memorial volume.
Dec. 14, 1895 S.P. Langley. 2 pp. Expresses pleasure in the fact that T. C. Mendenhall consented to prepare a chapter of the work of the Smithsonian Institution in physics for the Half Century book.
Jan. 31, 1896 L.A. Bauer. 2 pp. Diverse matters: a paper by a certain Eschenhagan which seems to have duplicated findings of T.C. Mendenhall. Mention of Journal of Terrestrial Magnetism, President Harper of Chicago and Michelson, Langley.
Feb. 11, 1896 G. (?) Coray. 1 p. Utah State Legislature will be asked to approve Senator Hurley's bill on the adoption of the metric system.
Feb. 14, 1896 I.K. Rees. 1 p. re: metric gauge
Feb. 27, 1896 I.K. Rees. 1 p. re: metric gauge
Feb. 28, 1896 American Metrological Society, Columbia Secretary of the Board of University. 1 p. (also carbon 2 pp., also Trade, Westminister, pencilled notes by TCM re: international London metric gauge
March 14, 1896 T.C. Mendenhall. 2 pp. re: suggestion Cleveland Abbe, L.A. Bauer, that Smithsonian Institute present a Frank H. Bigelow, G.W. prize in the subject of atmospheric Littlehales, Charles A. Scott, electricity. Francis A. Nipher
March 15, 1896 B.A. Gould. 2 pp. Printed notice from American Metrological Society re: metric system legislature.
March 22, 1896 H.A. Rowland. 1 p. H.R. Rowland says "he has talked to Duncan about Owens". re: some evaluation of a man named Owens.
March 24, 1896 J.K. Rees. 1 p.
March 25, 1896 S.P. Langley. 2 pp. re: permission to reprint biography of Professor von Helmholtze.
April 11, 1896 Francis A. Nipher. 1 p. Approves of suggestion that Smithsonian Institution present a prize on the subject of atmospheric electricity.
May 6, 1896 A.A. Michelson. 1 p. Having to do with the signature of a document.
No date Text of statement of physicists honoring Lord Kelvin upon the Jubilee of his professorship at University of Glasgow, June 15, 1896.
June 23, 1896 Lord Kelvin. 1 p. Expression of thanks for letters received on the occasion of the Jubilee of his professorship.
July 4, 1896 William Stewart. 1 p. Requests a duplicate copy of the address made by American physicists in honor of Lord Kelvin's Jubilee, the original of which was lost by Simon Newcomb in a cab.
July 6, 1896 Lord Kelvin - not specified to whom addressed 1 p. Declaration of thanks for the address which he received from the 20 coefficients with Lord Kelvin of October 1884, Baltimore, on the occasion of the Jubilee of his Professorship of Natural Philosophy in the University of Glasgow.
July 7, 1896 Lord Kelvin - not specified to whom addressed 1 p. Declaration of thanks for honor received by him from National Academy of Sciences, Washington, on the occasion of the Jubilee of his professorship of Natural Philosophy in the Univ. of Glasgow.
July 27, 1896 .?. Rockhill. 1 p. Department of State transmitted a paper prepared by the American Meteorological Society to the London Board of Trade.
Jan. 15, 1897 John G. Ames. 2 pp. and attached Congressional Bill S.R. 172 providing for a comprehensive indexing of government publications.
Jan. 19, 1897 C.W. Stone. 2 pp. re: metric system
March 15, 1897 C.W. Stone. 2 pp. Chairman of Committee on Coinage, Weights and Measures, House of Representatives, re: metric system.
April 24, 1897 Cleveland Abbe. 1 p. Personal and reference to "our chief".
July 18, 1897 W. Foerster. 4 pp. W. Foerster of Royal Observatory of Berlin, expresses hope that T.C. Mendenhall will be able to convince the government of the United States that A.A. Michelson should be elected to fill the vacancy left by Benjamin A. Gould, even though the U.S. had already dedicated T.C. Mendenhall to fill this vacancy. States his reasons.
Sept. 1, 1898 F. (?) A. (?). 4 pp. Desires to retire from the "service" and seeks T.C. Mendenhall's assistance to put in a good word for him with a certain Mr. Theodore Roosevelt, "whose address is Oyster Bay, New York." The position Mr. Mahan would like is that of Commissioner of Canals for New York.
Sept. 14, 1898 to T.C. Mendenhall. 5 pp. Don't know what stands for. Writer seems to be a personal friend.
Sept. 21, 1898 Lord Kelvin. 2 pp. Thanks to T.C. Mendenhall for sending him the text read by Simon Newcomb celebrating Lord Kelvin's Jubilee of his Professorship at University of Glasgow. Enclosed also were the signatures of all who joined in sending this address.
Oct. 21, 1898 F.A. Mahan. 11 pp. Asking favor to recommend him to Mr. Lord, President of Columbia University.
Nov. 22, 1898 James P. Munroe. 1 p. Letter written on letterhead of "Anti-Imperialist Committees of Correspondence." re: requests T.C. Mendenhall's assistance on the "wretched Philippine business." Also mentions Senator Hoar.
Nov. 12, 1990 George F. Hoar. 3 pp. Written on letterhead: Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Washington, DC, but dated from Worcester. C.F. Hoar expresses his great appreciation of T.C. Mendenhall and hopes that he will continue to serve as president of Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Dec. 31, 1900 G. Stanley Hall. 2 pp. Expression of deep regret to T.C. Mendenhall's resignation from what was probably his post in the government.
Jan. 2, 1901 Simon Newcomb. 1 p. Has heard about T.C. Mendenhall's resignation from (?) and is sorry.
Jan. 5, 1901 Elihu Thomson. 3 pp. re: a scientific experiment to be performed at G.E.
Jan. 10, 1901 Elihu Thomson. 2 pp. and attached bibliography. re: list of papers, addresses, etc. of E. Thomson
Jan. 17, 1901 S.P. Langley. 2 pp.
March 10, 1901 Simon Newcomb. 2 pp. S. Newcomb's Italian trip has been postponed.
May 10, 1901 Elihu Thomson. 3 pp. E. Thomson thanks T.C. Mendenhall for the part he played in having the Rumford Premium of the National Academy of Sciences bestowed on himself.
June 6, 1901 D.C. Gilman (?). 1 p. President of Johns Hopkins University thanks T.C. Mendenhall for consenting to deliver an address in commemoration of Professor Rowland.
Oct. 19, 1901 John Hay. 1 p. letter of introduction "Whom it may concern" for T.C. Mendenhall in Europe.
Feb. 2, 1904 ? (signature illegible), General Electric Co. 5 pp. Detailed description of G.E. Laboratories, Schenectady and production of Curtis Steam Turbine.
Jan. 22, 1905 C.A. Young.5 pp. Warm personal letter written in his 70th year.
Dec. 12, 1906 Wallace Sabine. 4 pp. Thanks to T.C. Mendenhall for congratulating him to his new office which is (probably) that of Dean of the Lawrence Scientific School and the Graduate School of Applied Science at Harvard University. Mentions Harvard's plans to extend scientific training etc. W.C. Sabine was once a student of T.C. Mendenhall.
Oct. 19, 1907 George F. Barker. 4 pp. Gives account of his European travels. Also detailed description of the meeting of the British Association lectures on the atom with Lord Kelvin, Joly, Rutherford, etc.
Dec. 11, 1907 R.S. Woodward. 1 p. re: comments on difficult question of proper nominations for membership in the National Academy of Sciences.
Jan. 1, 1908 A.A. Michelson. 8 pp. A warm personal letter. A.A. Michelson in good spirits after winning the Nobel Prize.
Jan. 2, 1908 John A. Brashear. 4 pp. Warm personal letter reminiscing about former days of American Academy of Science, etc.
Feb. 1, 1908 T.C. Chamberlain. 1 p. Thanks T.C. Mendenhall for his letter relative to the dinner given in honor of A.A. Michelson.
March 8, 1908 John A. Brashear. 14 pp. Recollections of C.A. Young, Japanese physicists, etc.
Oct. 28, 1909 A.A. Michelson. 4 pp. re: presenting Thomas Edison's name for National Academy of Science membership. A.A. Michelson says we would be willing to support his candidacy as an engineer but not as a physicist. Relates his being "miffed" with the National Academy and gives reasons why.
April 16, 1910 Mrs. Simon Newcomb. 4 pp. Thanks T.C. Mendenhall for his condolences on her husband's death.
Aug. 14, 1911 G. Stanley Hall. 1 p. Asks if T.C. Mendenhall will deliver one of the leading addresses at the conference to be held at Clark University on Japan and Japanese-American Relations.
Nov. 15, 1911 R.S. Woodward. 2 pp. Discusses National Academy of Science conservatism and Thomas Edison's case.
Feb. 21, 1912 Murray Peabody Brush. 2 pp. re: Mendenhall genealogy. Reports that papers of Mendenhall ancestors were sent to Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
Feb. 27, 1913 Marietta Huntington. 4 pp., 1 card enclosed. re: search for a Cleveland portrait painter.
March 18, 1913 Charles G. Washburn. 1 p. Informs T.C. Mendenhall that Professor Ira N. Hollis of Harvard has been appointed to be President at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
March 22, 1913 ?.? Hollis. 1 p. Mr. Hollis is about to become the new president of Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
July 17, 1913 Horace T. Smith. 2 pp.
Aug. 10, 1913 Charles F. Marvin. 4 pp. re: C.F. Marvin's promotion to a position in the government.
Oct. 7, 1913 Cleveland Abbe. 8 pp. Tells of years 1867-68 after having won all the blessings that a young astronomer could dream of; he felt exceedingly depressed and seriously considered devoting his life towards the elevation of the Negro people. Continues with reflections on this and other matters.
Nov. 21, 1913 J.S. Ames. 1 pp. Proposed National Academy of Sciences slate.
Dec. 13, 1913 E.C. Hopwood. 1 p. Managing Editor of Cleveland Plain Dealer, re: a newspaper article about Governor Cox and a Columbus meeting to which T.C. Mendenhall took objection.
Dec. 18, 1913 J.S. Ames. 1 p. re: nomination of members for various sections in (probably) the National Academy of Sciences.
May 25, 1914 R.B. Owens. 2 pp. Extends invitation to T.C. Mendenhall to be present at the National Electric Light Association's 37th convention and the 30th anniversary of the Franklin Institute. Pencilled reply by T.C. Mendenhall is enclosed. 3 pp.
June 10, 1914 R. Owens. 2 pp. Expressing gratitude for the original draft of the definitions of inter- national electrical units, signed by T. Mascart, von Helmholtz, W.E. Ayrton, H.A. Rowland and T.C. Mendenhall which was deposited with the Franklin Institute by T.C. Mendenhall.
Sept. 23, 1914 Charles T. Scott. 3 pp. C.T. Scott is a member of the Historical and Museum Committee of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and expresses interest of his organization to become custodian of electrical correspondence in T.C. Mendenhall's possession.
June 4, 1915 R.B. Owens. 1 p.
June 16, 1915 R.B. Owens. 3 pp. re: photographs of physicists, pen and holder used by President Cleveland in signing the bill which legalized and defined the fundamental electrical units, comments on T. Edison's admission to the National Academy of Sciences.
Aug. 18, 1915 Cleveland Abbe. 4 pp. re: genealogy of C. Abbe's ancestors prompted by T.C. Mendenhall's interest in early Ohio pioneers.
Oct. 6, 1915 R.B. Owens. 2 pp. Thank you letter for donations of memorabilia.
Nov. 10, 1915 G.C. Abbot. 3 pp. re: a scientific matter with physical calculations.
April 16, 1918 George A. Hoadley. 2 pp. On letterhead of Franklin Institute
Sept. 20, 1918 Elihu Thomson. 1 p. E. Thomson congratulates T.C. Mendenhall on receipt of the Franklin Medal. Also refers to T.C. Mendenhall's assertion that H.A. Rowland had neglected Joseph Henry's work.
Dec. 30, 1919 John A. Brashear. 2 sides of a postcard. J.A. Brashear in 80th year states his selection for T.C. Mendenhall.
March 8, 1921 W.D. Campbell. 1 p. re: astronomy, American college, etc.
June 25, 1922 George Kennan. 2 pp.
July 16, 1922 T.C. Mendenhall. 8 pp. typed copy. re: an internal situation at Ohio State Univ. involving the Board of Trustees, a "lack of confidence" vote, etc.
Aug. 28, 1922 A.A. Michelson. 1 p. On behalf of the National Academy of Sciences, A.A. Michelson invited T.C. Mendenhall to represent the National Academy of Sciences at the meeting of the World Standardization Congress, Pittsburgh.
Feb. 11, 1924 C.S. Peirce. 1 p. Requests T.C. Mendenhall's report for a professorship at Columbia University which C.S. Peirce is taking.
No date-from Sevres, France. A.A. Michelson. 4 pp. Writes on his progress re: measuring the meter in light waves. Also mentions a "Congress of Physicists" for which T.C. Mendenhall sought A.A. Michelson's support.