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  • Criticism on Macbeth 

    Cadman, James P. (Kalamazoo College, 1860-06-08)
    The essay "Criticism on Macbeth" written by James P. Cadman, Class of 1863, in his sophomore year.
  • On the Rebellion of 1861 

    Cadman, James P. (Kalamazoo College, 1861-09-28)
    The essay "On the Rebellion of 1861" written by James P. Cadman, Class of 1863, in his junior year gives his opinion on the secession of the Southern states.
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.1 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1862-08-31)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated August 31, 1862, from Camp Minty near Detroit, MI. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth Michigan ...
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.2 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1862-10-07)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated October 7, 1862, from Camp Blair on the Ohio River in Indiana. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the ...
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No. 3 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1862-11-03)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated November 3, 1862, from a camp near Munfordville, Kentucky. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth ...
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.4 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1862-12-03)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated December 3, 1862, from a camp near Nashville, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth ...
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.5 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1862-12-12)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated December 12, 1862, from Camp Rosecrans in Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth ...
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.6 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1863-01-22)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated January 22, 1863, from a camp two miles southwest of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in ...
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.7 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1863-03-14)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated March 14, 1863, from Nashville, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth Michigan Cavalry ...
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.8 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1863-04-09)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated April 9, 1863, from Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth Michigan ...
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.9 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1863-04-29)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated April 29, 1863, from Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth Michigan ...
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.10 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1863-05-30)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated May 30, 1863, from a camp near Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth ...
  • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.11 

    Bronson, Eugene H. (1863-07-26)
    Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated July 26, 1863, from a camp near Salem, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth Michigan ...
  • Nagai Kafu Part of Kalamazoo College Literary Societies 

    Kalamazoo College (1905-05)
    Two pages from the Kalamazoo College "Index" (student newspaper) regarding literary society activities at the college. On May 5, 1905, the Century Forum held a Japanese program. Nagai Kafu (whose real name was Sokichi) ...
  • Clarke Benedict Williams 

    Johnson, Paul N. (1910)
    Prof. Clarke B. Williams with his daugher Elizabeth in their own backyard at 214 Stuart Ave.
  • Clarke Benedict Williams Resume 

    Williams, Clarke Benedict (1922-12)
    A resume written by Prof. Clarke Benedict Williams with details on education, teaching, membership in societies and local clubs, family, travel, and writing.
  • Letter from C.B. Williams to his daughter 

    Williams, Clarke Benedict (1923-08-22)
    Clarke Benedict Williams describes sailing through a typhoon after leaving the Hawaiian Islands en route to Japan.
  • Letter from C.B. Williams to his brother 

    Williams, Clarke Benedict (1923-08-23)
    Clarke Benedict Williams writes to his brother Frank and sister-in-law Mary about his time in Hawaii and the typhoon he and his wife Hittie sailed through en route to Japan. The former student that Prof. Williams met with ...
  • Letter from Hittie Williams to her daughter 

    Williams, Hittie (1923-08-26)
    Hittie Williams, the wife of Prof. C.B. Williams, writes to her daughter Elisabeth about the typhoon and other passengers on the ship as they sail from Hawaii to Japan in August of 1923.
  • Letter from C.B. Williams to President Stetson 

    Williams, Clarke Benedict (1923-08-27)
    Professor C.B. Williams writes to retired Kalamazoo College president Herbert Lee Stetson about travel conditions on the S.S. President Lincoln. He focuses on the typhoon they sailed through but also mentions other travelers ...