Subseries 1A: Incoming Correspondence
1.14 linear feet, 3 boxes
This collection is stored at Mudd Manuscript Library.
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Collection Creator: Maclean, John, 1800-1886. .
Extent: 1.14 linear feet, 3 boxes
The collection is open for research.
The Letters sent to Maclean Subseries consists of personal and professional correspondence. The bulk of the letters pertain to College of New Jersey business. Letters from students and parents discuss financial matters, housing, and discipline issues. Letters from colleagues and faculty discuss curriculum and higher education issues. Also included are letters from Maclean's family members, which relate to family business and finances, and letters from parishioners and fellow clergymen. Notable correspondents include William H. Conover, Jr., John S. Hart, Joseph Henry (first director of the Smithsonian Institution), John Maclean, Sr., Charles Smith Olden, S.H. Pennington, Charles E. Phelps, Richard Stockton, and William S. Stryker.
The Letters sent to John Maclean, Jr. Subseries is arranged alphabetically by correspondent.
Subseries 1A: Incoming Correspondence; 1826-1886; John Maclean, Jr. Papers, Princeton University Archives, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.