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A Guide to the Arthur Henry Hallam Papers

Finding aid prepared by Dept. Staff

University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections
September 2004

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Hallam, Arthur Henry, 1811-1833
Title: Arthur Henry Hallam Papers
Dates: 1811-1947
Abstract: Manuscripts by and about poet Arthur Henry Hallam, as well as some of his school materials.
Extent: 0.5 Linear feet.
Identification: MS Group 9
Language(s): English

Biographical/Historical Note

Arthur Henry Hallam was educated in Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge. He was a poet and author and a close friend of Lord Tennyson. Hallam died at a very early age in Vienna in 1833. He is remembered as the subject of Tennyson's "In Memoriam." His own work "Remains in verse and prose of Arthur Henry Hallam" appeared in 1834.

Scope and Content

Manuscripts of and pertaining to Arthur Henry Hallam. Manuscript of Remains of Arthur Henry Hallam, probably in the hand of Henry F. Hallam; Arthur Henry Hallam's algebra note book; Latin and Greek exercises by either Arthur H. or Henry F. Hallam; and other materials. Assembled by J. Max Patrick.

Access or Use Restrictions


The collection is open for research.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Arthur Henry Hallam Papers, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Acquisition Information

Gift of J. Max Patrick.

Contents List

1 Algebra Examples. 1 notebook.
1 Essay. Neweable Scholarship (incomplete), 8 pages.
1 Essay. The Colonial and Foreign Policy of Rome. 48 pages.
1 Extract from a "Review of Tennyson's Poem", 3 pages.
1 Greek and Latin exercises, 15 pages.
1 Letter. Lennard, Beatrice C.E., to Mr. George Madan, 2 pages. January 10, 1947
1 Letter. Lennard, Beatrice C.E., to Mrs. George Lennard. December 27, 1947
1 Poems included in "Remains in verse and prose of Arthur Henry Hallam," 44 pages.
1 Preface to "Remains in verse and prose of Arthur Henry Hallam," 25 pages.

Selected Subjects and Access Terms

Hallam, Henry Fitzmaurice, 1824-1850.

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