William Barton Rogers papers
Digitized materials in this online collection form part of the William Barton Rogers papers (MC-0001) in the MIT Libraries Department of Distinctive Collections. For more information about the materials, please consult the collection finding aid.
Collection scope and contents:
The William Barton Rogers manuscript collection consists primarily of family and professional correspondence, but also includes notes, drafts of speeches and legislative petitions, documents relating to the founding of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, scientific publications, and biographical material collected after his death in 1882. There is also correspondence between his wife, Emma Savage Rogers, and his colleagues. Rogers is recognized as the founder of MIT, and from 1862 until 1870, and again from 1879 until 1881, he served as president of the Institute.
1804 – 1950; majority of material found within 1834 – 1882
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