Browse Items (32 total)

DOC176.pdf
Whitehead's tribute to James H. Woods.

LET657.pdf
Lowell thanks Taylor for donating the money for Whitehead's salary

LET705.pdf
Taylor sends Henderson a book, talks of Mark Barr trying to recruit Whitehead to Harvard

LET1030.pdf
Taylor informs Whitehead that he and Woods would meet Whitehead at the dock

LET1062.pdf
Taylor asks Whitehead when he will sail and the name of his ship.

LET1052.pdf
Barr makes Whitehead aware that Harvard is considering him for a Chair in the Philosophy department.

LET1053.pdf
Barr writes that Harvard would be happy to extend Whitehead a formal offer if he would consider it, and it could be made for six months or a year instead of a longer period so as not to obligate him for an extended period.

LET1054.pdf
Barr says that Taylor and Henderson are anxious for Whitehead to agree to come to Harvard, and assure him that everything will be as he wishes. Barr also discusses income tax.

LET664.pdf
Whitehead writes to Taylor with a life update, notes that he is changing apartments

LET666.pdf
The Whiteheads inform the Taylors that they are planning a visit

LET659.pdf
Whitehead thanks Taylor for the gift of a book, and discusses his interest in Taylor's "The Medieval Mind"

LET660.pdf
Whitehead thanks Taylor for meeting him at the dock upon his arrival in Cambridge

LET661.pdf
Whitehead gives Taylor a life update from a summer home, commenting on the reception of his Gifford lectures (among other things)

LET669.pdf
Whitehead sends his greetings to Taylor, briefly discusses the war

LET670.pdf
Whitehead sends his greetings to Taylor, noting that he recently received a book from Paul Weiss

LET662.pdf
Whitehead sends the Taylors holiday greetings and news

DOC084.pdf
Photo taken during the "Philosophers' Weekend" of 1932, an annual event hosted every Columbus Day weekend from 1924 to 1938 by Henry Osborn Taylor and Julia Isham Taylor. For more information, see the article here.

DOC085.pdf
Photo taken during the "Philosophers' Weekend" of 1932, an annual event hosted every Columbus Day weekend from 1924 to 1938 by Henry Osborn Taylor and Julia Isham Taylor. For more information, see the article here.

DOC090.pdf
Photo taken during the "Philosophers' Weekend" of 1932, an annual event hosted every Columbus Day weekend from 1924 to 1938 by Henry Osborn Taylor and Julia Isham Taylor. For more information, see the article here.

DOC091.pdf
Photo taken during the "Philosophers' Weekend" of 1932, an annual event hosted every Columbus Day weekend from 1924 to 1938 by Henry Osborn Taylor and Julia Isham Taylor. For more information, see the article here.

DOC082.pdf
Photo taken during the "Philosophers' Weekend" of 1932, an annual event hosted every Columbus Day weekend from 1924 to 1938 by Henry Osborn Taylor and Julia Isham Taylor. For more information, see the article here.

DOC086.pdf
Photo taken during the "Philosophers' Weekend" of 1932, an annual event hosted every Columbus Day weekend from 1924 to 1938 by Henry Osborn Taylor and Julia Isham Taylor. For more information, see the article here.

DOC087.pdf
Photo taken during the "Philosophers' Weekend" of 1932, an annual event hosted every Columbus Day weekend from 1924 to 1938 by Henry Osborn Taylor and Julia Isham Taylor. For more information, see the article here.

DOC079.pdf
Photo taken during the "Philosophers' Weekend" of 1932, an annual event hosted every Columbus Day weekend from 1924 to 1938 by Henry Osborn Taylor and Julia Isham Taylor. For more information, see the article here.

DOC080.pdf
Photo taken during the "Philosophers' Weekend" of 1932, an annual event hosted every Columbus Day weekend from 1924 to 1938 by Henry Osborn Taylor and Julia Isham Taylor. For more information, see the article here.

DOC081.pdf
Photo taken during the "Philosophers' Weekend" of 1932, an annual event hosted every Columbus Day weekend from 1924 to 1938 by Henry Osborn Taylor and Julia Isham Taylor. For more information, see the article here.

DOC083.pdf
Photo taken during the "Philosophers' Weekend" of 1932, an annual event hosted every Columbus Day weekend from 1924 to 1938 by Henry Osborn Taylor and Julia Isham Taylor. For more information, see the article here.
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