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Whitehead's tribute to James H. Woods.

Accession Number: DOC176

Lecture(s) by Woods, split into four parts, with some Greek letters and math symbols handwritten.

Accession Number: ADD029

Indicates receipt of keys.

Author: Low, A.

Accession Number: LET1047

McFadden writes of an apartment that Whitehead may rent if he wishes.

Accession Number: LET1022

Taylor informs Whitehead that he and Woods would meet Whitehead at the dock

Accession Number: LET1030

An invitation to join the society. James Haughton Woods is listed on the Organizing Committee.

Accession Number: LET1098

Woods writes of the lease for Whitehead's prsopective home, compensation for Radcliffe classes, and the time slot for Whitehead's seminary.

Accession Number: LET1003

Woods writes to say that Radcliffe is only a five-minute walk from the house where he believed Whitehead would be living (though he would not end up living there), says that $1,000 would be desposited into a Cambridge bank account for moving…

Accession Number: LET1002

Woods encloses a copy of Whitehead's lease, and gives him instructions on setting office hours and location.

Accession Number: LET1031

Woods mentions an enclosed letter which must be LET1022. Talks of another house on Brattle street, advises that it would probably be better and cheaper than an apartment.

Accession Number: LET1044

Letters concerning a lease on a house which Whitehead might agree to rent.

Accession Number: LET1064

Batchedler describes the state of a house which Whitehead might rent.

Accession Number: LET1055

Whitehead thanks Taylor for meeting him at the dock upon his arrival in Cambridge

Accession Number: LET660

Whitehead asks Woods to read over some letters, and whether he could meet later on for a chat.

Accession Number: LET1043

James Haughton Woods is listed on the Organizing Committee

Accession Number: DOC219

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