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This letter from Harold H. Johnston to his brother, Calder, details his recent activities and discussing things of importance to Berea at that time, such as the increase of the endowment to $400,000. A particularly interesting story of a man from...
This is a letter from Harold H. Johnston to his sister, Kittie Johnston, in which he describes some of his recent activities and recounts the death of a Mayor McDowell, a one-time owner of Ashland, the Henry Clay estate.
A letter from Harold H. Johnston to Calder, his brother. This letter is a note to Harold's brother about the benefits of an education and the hard work necessary to achieve one. He also writes of his recent activities.
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Letter from Harold H. Johnston to his mother and father detailing his time spent in Berea. This includes taking trips to the mountains, being inducted to the literary society Alpha Zeta, and his thought on the educational missions of Berea College.
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This letter from Harold H. Johnston to his Father discusses his father's involvement in the Booksellers' League and chronicles Harold's time in the same organization. Also discussed are designs for pins for the Alpha Zeta literary society.