Letter from Henry Dallam to W. Boyd Williams

Letter from Henry Dallam to W. Boyd Williams
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October 6, 1846

Henry Dallam (Class of 1848) writes W. Boyd Williams and describes starting classes at Dickinson. This experience marks "the first time I have been away from home for any length of time," as Dallam notes. After discussing how his father dropped him off, Dallam briefly mentions his classmates. "There is every kind of character & disposition to be met with at College and it is sometimes amusing just to mark the difference and disposition you meet with in the course of an hour," as Dallam observes. Dallam also discusses his plans for Christmas break. Transcript included. 

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Gift of W. F. Williams Jr.