Concord School of Philosophy
The Concord Summer School of Philosophy was founded in 1879. It offered lectures on a variety of subjects over the course of several weeks. Officers included A. Bronson Alcott, F.B. Sanborn and S.H. Emery.
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This collection documents the Concord School of Philosophy, a summer lecture series held in Concord, Massachusetts from 1879 to 1888, via programs, newspaper clippings, and ephemera relating to the School. Also included are materials by and about notable teachers of the School--including Ralph Waldo Emerson--and related programs.
Collection is open for research.