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Hill Family Papers and Publications
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Correspondence and publications

Hill, James Jeremiah: Correspondence Hill, Sarah Hyde: Letter to her brother, 1844 Hill, Sarah Harriman:“The Life and Works of James Jeremiah Hill in Minnesota and Iowa, 1853-1870”; “Sermons by Rev. Ray Palmer” Hill, Mrs. James Langdon: “Memories” Hill, Gershom Hyde: “Dementia praecox”; “Joan of Arc”; “Klebs-Leoffler bacillus”; “Prevention of Insanity”; “Psychic Treatment for Psychopathic Patients”; “Record of post-mortem examinations”; “Review of pathological work in the hospital”; “Senility, senile dementia”; “Ways and means of preventing physical, mental, and moral degeneracy”; Memorial notice of Henry A. Gilman; Memorial notice of Frank Crampton Hoyt; Letters to Professor Parker, 3.

Hill Family Papers and Publications

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.81
  • Collection

The collection consists primarily of printed materials, and a few letters of correspondence. Gershom Hyde or James Langdon Hill authored the bulk of the collection. Most of their works are in the form of pamphlets, small books, and occasionally typed manuscripts.

Hill, Sarah Harriman

Hill, James Langdon

“James J. Hill”; “A Crowning Achievement: Early Exploits of the Iowa Band”; “The Evolution of a Christian College”; “The Gift of the Bottom Dollar” ;“Iowa College in the War”; “The Last of the Iowa Band”; “What Iowa College Means to an Alumnus”; “Response of James L. Hill at Alumni Dinner”; Notes on a speech about Iowa College; “Notes and Suggestions Upon a Prayer Meeting”; “Some of My Mottoes”; “Personal Statement…at [Hill’s] installment as pastor of Mystic Church, Medford MA”; “The Song of Hilawatha by Amos R. Wells”; “The Sunday Evening Problem”; “Women and Satan”; “Not Negro Churches, But Churches”; “The Problem of Spiritual Awakenings”; “Young People’s Prayer Meeting”; “Christian Nurture”; “Little Willis”; “Laymen to the Front”; “A Sermon Delivered Before the Executive and Legislative Departments of the Government of Massachusetts”; “Encouraging Words from New England Endeavourers”; “Contrasts of Forty Years in Indian Camps”; “The Century’s Capstone”; “Boys in the Late War”; “Antiphonal Service”; Letter to the Grinnell Herald; Correspondence; Hill family genealogy