Ray Nash collection of student penmanship, 1754-1819 Rauner Manuscript MS-1345

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Box: 1, 1754-1819

Student writing exercises

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, "Letters," by Joseph Brightman, 1754
  • Folder: 2, "Youth like the Spring blooms and is gone," by Joseph Brightman, undated
  • Folder: 3, "Money Command All Sublunary Things," by Henry Johnson, 1755
  • Folder: 4, "Avarice," by Samuel Johnson-Cazeneau, 1756
  • Folder: 5, "Knowledge," by Ebenezer Wells, 1763
  • Folder: 6, "Decline such company as Allure you to sin," by Henry A. Green, 1805
  • Folder: 7, "Sound Not a Trumpet in your Own Praise," by Henry A. Green, 1806
  • Folder: 8, "Honor and renown attend virtuous actions," by Joshua Greene, 1806
  • Folder: 9, "The Writing Master Invitation and Instruction," by John Richardson, 1808
  • Folder: 10, "A Fable - Advice to a Young Tradesman," by John Richardson, undated
  • Folder: 11, "Select Sentences," by Elizabeth S. Clark, 1819
  • Folder: 12, "A Good Education," by Elizabeth S. Clark, 1819
  • Folder: 13, "Industry," by Elizabeth S. Clark, 1819
  • Folder: 14, "All Man's manners commonly form his Fortune," by William Baker, undated

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