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Nassau, Charles William



Nassau was a Lawrenceville School graduate in 1859 and instructor between 1860 and 1870.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence, 1834 - 1882

 File — Box 2, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents This file contains letters written in 1834 and 1835 concerning the death of James Porter written by Alexander Hamilton Phillips to John Barlow; John Barlow to Col. Lyman Root; John Barlow to Jane Porter; and Jane Porter to her family. There are additional letters between 1847 and 1882 from Eliza Jane Ross to Catherine Lott; Anna J. Duer to an unknown recipient; Mary E. Atchley to an unknown recipient; Charles W. Nassau to Rev. Samuel Hamill; an excerpt from a letter by Jane Porter Condit to...
Dates: 1834 - 1882

"In Memoriam. Rev. Charles W. Nassau, D.D., Died August 6th, 1878, and Mrs. Hannah H. Nassau, Died June 21st, 1878.", 1879

 File — Box 2, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The bulk of the Lawrenceville Female Seminary Collection consists of documents created during the course of seminary business. These documents include catalogs, correspondence with Mrs. Jane Barlow Porter Condit's family, and announcements of seminary events. Also included is a memorial for Rev. Charles Nassau and his wife Hannah and a history of the Lawrenceville Female Seminary that was published in the Lawrentian. An item of particular note is the notebook...
Dates: 1879

Lawrenceville, 1865

 File — Box 1: Series 1, Folder: 11
Identifier: 1
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series includes correspondence of Dr. Samuel McClintock Hamill and his son, Samuel McClintock Hamill, Jr. Both incoming and outgoing correspondence is included. Much of Dr. Hamill's correspondence pertains to Lawrenceville School business including letters to and from faculty, parents, students, and alums; letters of recommendation; and responses from invitations to guests. The letters cover topics such as infrastructure, religious and social life, and campus surroundings. Some...
Dates: 1865