Winthrop, Theodore, 1828-1861.
Manuscripts and Archives Division
- 2.6 linear ft. (8 boxes, 1 volume).
Restricted access; Manuscripts and Archives Division; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Microfilm must be used in lieu of originals when available.
Collection consists of Winthrop's correspondence, writings,diaries, notebooks, and lectures. Papers include compositions written while at Yale College, 1844-1849; letters to his family, 1847-1857; diaries and notebooks, 1848-1860; and his lectures, 1856, on various subjects. Also, typewritten transcripts of most of the materials.
Theodore W. Winthrop (1828-1861) was an American author who wrote travel books and books about art and poetry. Heserved in the N.Y. militia and was killed in Virginia in the U.S. Civil War.
Controlled Access Terms
- Winthrop, Theodore, 1828-1861.
- Yale University -- Students.
- American literature -- 19th century.