Washington Gladden Papers
112 cubic foot - addition
Provenance: The Ohio Historical Society acquired box 101 of the
Washington Gladden Papers from the Columbus School for G i r l s ca.
1938- 1940. Boxes 1 - 100 were microfilmed as MIC 4 in 1972, Box
101 does - not appear on the film. This inventory pertains only t o
Propezty r i g h t s : The Ohio Historical Society owns the property
righ* t o t h i s collection.
Copyrights: Copyrights have not been dedicated t o the public.
Consideration of the requirements of copyright is the responsibility
of the author and publisher.
Access: - 3Lccess to boxes 1 - 100 is r e s t r i c t e d . These boxes are
available on microfilm ( MIC 4 ) . Box 1 0 1 is open under t h e r u l e s
and regulations of the Ohio Historical Society.
Citation: Researchers are requested t o c i t e collection name,
collection number, and the Ohio Historical Society in a l l foot-note
and bibliographic references.
hington Gladden Collection, An
Inventory t o th- e. - Microfilm Edition, pages 13- 21 for more infor-mation.
Copy f i l ~ i n the-- adjacent cabinet under MIC 4.
Scope and content: Box 101 of the Washington Gladden papers con-sists
of a scrapbook of newspaper clippings dated ca. 1855 through
1886. The clippings appear in rough chronological order and an
alphabetical t i t l e index precedes the volume. The majority of
a r t i c l e s are not dated nor the newspapers i d e n t i f i e d . Occassionally,
however, t h e r e a r e notations i n Gladden's handwriting and notes by
David W. Lattimer are i n i t i a l e d " Latt." The pages are numbered
consecutively and the a r t i c l e s stop on page 329.
Pages I through 17 contain poetry and a r t i c l e s from Gladden's early
years in Owego, New York, and Williamstown and Springfield,
Massachusetts. Pages 25 through 75 primarily chronicle his writing
for tkt Yaw York Independent. Gladden's contributions to religious
perioeiczls appear throughout pages 75- 329 and follow h i s career
in S? rFr9field, Massachusetts, and Columbus, Ohio.
Notable topics among the a r t i c l e s and sermons include an " anti-
Nebraska" r a l l y in the 1850s; temperance, Mormons, and p o l i t i c s
in the 1 8 7 0 s and 1880s; and religious themes such as fellowship
and congregationalism from the 1860s through the 1880s.
- Box Description
1 0 1 Scrapbook, ca. 1855- 1886
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