Autograph Letter Signed By G.W. Atherton on Rutgers College Stationery

Rutgers College

Published by New Brunswick, N.J., 1873
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Title: Autograph Letter Signed By G.W. Atherton on ...

Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J.

Publication Date: 1873

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good


3 page letter, 5 x 8", to a Dr. Parsons telling him of the College's unanimous decision to offer him the Professorship of Mathematics, describing the selection process, hoping "it may prove that your life work is here", extending "open hands and hearts" of Atherton and his wife to Parsons and his wife, offering any help, and stressing that "time is very important for us now, and if you do not come, or do, I hope you will be able to decide early.". Bookseller Inventory # 6364

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