Memoir of Robert Troup Paine (Document)

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Abstract
  • Paine's only surviving son, Robert Troup Paine, committed suicide in 1851 while at Harvard. Paine and his wife compiled Memoir of Robert Troup Paine, a volume of more than ninety-one of the compositions, theme papers, and letters that his son had written during his schooling, and presented the printed volume, bound in embossed leather, to Harvard - Dictionary of Early American Philosophers. Ed. John R. Shook.
Creator(s)
  • Paine, Martyn, 1794-1877
College and Program or Department
  • Arts and Sciences : English & Comparative Literature
Date Created
  • 1852
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Subject
  • Paine, Robert Troup, 1829-1851
  • The Lucille M. Schultz 19th Century Composition Archive
Publisher
  • Trow, John F.
Note
  • This is Part 1 of 3.
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