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Hamlin, A. D. F. (Alfred Dwight Foster), 1855-1926



  • Existence: 1855 - 1926

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Condolences to Harriet Ware, 1915

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: cuid26333
Scope and Contents Correspondents include Chester H. Aldrich, A. J. Bloor, W.F. Brooks, Alice D. Chandler, Richard Dana Jr., Huger Elliot, William Emerson, Henry W. Frohme, W. G. Gamrett, Edward W. Greenleaf, Alfred H. Gumaer, Alfred Dwight Foster Hamlin, Charles Sumner Kaiser, Henry Snyder Kissam, A. W. Longfellow, Robert L. Rantoul, David H. Ray, Frank Dempster Sherman, Madame M. Singer, Lucian M. Smith, Roderick Stebbins, N. H. Stone, Harriet Ware, H. Langford Warren, Alexander McM. Welch, and Philip R....
Dates: 1915

Correspondence, undated

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: cuid26310
Scope and Contents

Correspondents include Alfred Dwight Foster Hamlin, Edward Mitchell, and Frederick Augustus Schmerhorn, Jr.

Dates: undated

Correspondence, Columbia University, 1896 - 1897

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: cuid26304
Scope and Contents

Correspondents include Aldrich (?), John Mervin Carrere, Charles Frederick Chandler, Alfred Dwight Foster Hamlin, Lefferts (?), and Seth Low.

Dates: 1896 - 1897

Correspondence, post-Columbia University, 1903-1904, 1906

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: cuid26307
Scope and Contents

Correspondents include Alfred Dwight Foster Hamlin and William Rotch Ware.

Dates: 1903-1904, 1906

Correspondence, post-Columbia University, 1911-1914

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: cuid26309
Scope and Contents

Correspondents include Theodore Bryant Comstock, Alfred Dwight Foster Hamlin, Abbot Lawrence Lowell, and Wheeler (?).

Dates: 1911-1914

William R. Ware papers

Identifier: MC-0014
Abstract William Robert Ware is best known as an educator and the founder of the schools of architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Columbia University. Also a practicing architect, he and his partner, Henry Van Brunt, designed and built a number of buildings in the Boston and Cambridge areas, including First Church (Unitarian), Boston; First Congregational Church, Boston; Episcopal Seminary, Harvard University; and Memorial Hall, Harvard University. This collection...
Dates: 1826 - 1914