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Box 2

 Container

Contains 6 Results:

Lectures on Writers, Addison-Burns

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 1
Identifier: Folder 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Charles W. Pearson was a scholar of marked linguistic ability, a pastor with independent religious views, and in his youth a seafaring adventurer. His six children were Margaret, a housewife; Muriel, housewife and mink farmer; Josephine, a librarian; Ethel, defender of things English and genealogist; George, an investment executive; and Mowbray, an enterprising businessman who became a socioeconomic thinker in his later years. The material that all of these individuals have left behind as well...
Dates: 1843-1968

Lectures on Writers, Byron-Crabbe

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 2
Identifier: Folder 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Charles W. Pearson was a scholar of marked linguistic ability, a pastor with independent religious views, and in his youth a seafaring adventurer. His six children were Margaret, a housewife; Muriel, housewife and mink farmer; Josephine, a librarian; Ethel, defender of things English and genealogist; George, an investment executive; and Mowbray, an enterprising businessman who became a socioeconomic thinker in his later years. The material that all of these individuals have left behind as well...
Dates: 1843-1968

Lectures on Writers, Dryden-Keats

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 3
Identifier: Folder 3
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Charles W. Pearson was a scholar of marked linguistic ability, a pastor with independent religious views, and in his youth a seafaring adventurer. His six children were Margaret, a housewife; Muriel, housewife and mink farmer; Josephine, a librarian; Ethel, defender of things English and genealogist; George, an investment executive; and Mowbray, an enterprising businessman who became a socioeconomic thinker in his later years. The material that all of these individuals have left behind as well...
Dates: 1843-1968

Lectures on Writers, Langland-Milton

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 4
Identifier: Folder 4
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Charles W. Pearson was a scholar of marked linguistic ability, a pastor with independent religious views, and in his youth a seafaring adventurer. His six children were Margaret, a housewife; Muriel, housewife and mink farmer; Josephine, a librarian; Ethel, defender of things English and genealogist; George, an investment executive; and Mowbray, an enterprising businessman who became a socioeconomic thinker in his later years. The material that all of these individuals have left behind as well...
Dates: 1843-1968

Lectures on Writers, Milton-Whittier

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 5
Identifier: Folder 5
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Charles W. Pearson was a scholar of marked linguistic ability, a pastor with independent religious views, and in his youth a seafaring adventurer. His six children were Margaret, a housewife; Muriel, housewife and mink farmer; Josephine, a librarian; Ethel, defender of things English and genealogist; George, an investment executive; and Mowbray, an enterprising businessman who became a socioeconomic thinker in his later years. The material that all of these individuals have left behind as well...
Dates: 1843-1968

Topical Lectures, The Anglo-Saxon and King Alfred-Ballads

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 6
Identifier: Folder 6
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Charles W. Pearson was a scholar of marked linguistic ability, a pastor with independent religious views, and in his youth a seafaring adventurer. His six children were Margaret, a housewife; Muriel, housewife and mink farmer; Josephine, a librarian; Ethel, defender of things English and genealogist; George, an investment executive; and Mowbray, an enterprising businessman who became a socioeconomic thinker in his later years. The material that all of these individuals have left behind as well...
Dates: 1843-1968