|<-- See earlier|
||J.J. Thomson to Nora Sidgwick
||George M. Trevelyan to Nora Sidgwick
||Sir George Otto Trevelyan to Nora Sidgwick
||Wilfred Ward to [NS].
||Mary Ward to Nora Sidgwick
||Herbert Warren to Nora Sidgwick
||Elizabeth Welsh to Henry Sidgwick
||Sir R. West to Nora Sidgwick
||B.F. Westcott, bishop of Durham to Nora Sidgwick
||J. Westlake to Nora Sidgwick
||R.K. Wilson to Nora Sidgwick
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||A.C. Armstrong of the Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, to the Editor of the Nation, New York.
||22/31 Jan 1901
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Typewritten copy of letter. Refers to the proposed memorial to HS in the 17 January issue of the Nation, in which his interest in the cause of female education is given 'as a chief reason why American students should subscribe to the memorial fund.' Asserts that there are other reasons also, and refers to HS' published writings on philosophy, ethics and economic science, for which, he claims, many students owe a great debt of gratitude. Refers also to HS' interest in American affairs, and his benevolent attitude to that country and to its scholars who came to study in Cambridge.
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