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Gustavus A. Bull papers

Gustavus A. Bull papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Gustavus A. Bull papers
Creator: Bull, Gustavus Adolphus
Inclusive Dates: 1850-1862
Language: English
Extent: 0.5 Linear Feet 1 box
Collection Number: ms3528
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Historical Note

Gustavus A. Bull (b. 1835) attended the University of Georgia.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of writings, correspondence, and University of Georgia souvenir programs written and collected by Gustavus A. Bull during and immediately following his time spent as a student at the University.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Gustavus A. Bull papers, ms3528, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared on: 2018.


Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Athens (Ga.) -- Description and travel.
Speeches (documents)
University of Georgia. Phi Kappa Society

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
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11Speeches and Essays - "Legislation upon Liquor Traffic"
 
12Speeches and Essays - "Reflection on Latin and its use"
 
13Speeches and Essays - "Should the African Slave Trade be Revived?"
 
14Speeches and Essays - "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Junior Exhibition Speech as Phi Kappa Representative, 1853 August
 
15Speeches and Essays - "Music and its Influences"
 
16Speeches and Essays - "European Politics - Should the Western Powers assist Turkey?", 1854
 
17Speeches and Essays - "Cuba" Commencement Speech as Phi Kappa Representative, 1854 August
 
18Speeches and Essays - "[Louis] Kossuth", 1853 February
 
19Speeches and Essays - Address to the LaGrange High School on Kossuth, 1852 February
 
110Speeches and Essays - "Lord Chancellor Jeffreys"
 
111Speeches and Essays - "Influence of the Discovery of America upon human Liberty", 1853 June 20
 
112Speeches and Essays - Essay on the development of abilities/faculties, 1853 February 21
 
113Speeches and Essays - "The Last Legislature - a Pangyrie"
 
114Speeches and Essays - "Intemperence a greater evil than Ambition"
 
115Speeches and Essays - "Influence of the Reformation upon Literature", 1854
 
116Speeches and Essays - "Sublime"
 
118Speeches and Essays - "Valedictory to the Audience", 1854
 
119Speeches and Essays - "Don Juan"
 
120Speeches and Essays - "Syllogism and Induction"
 
121Speech on Presidents and Presidential Nominees
 
122Speeches and Essays - "Connection Between the Bible and Literature", 1855 July
 
123Speeches and Essays - "Fra Giovanni di Vincenza"
 
124Speeches and Essays - "The Influence of Commerce upon War", 1852
 
125Essay on forms of education
 
126Correspondence - to the "Brothers of the Senior Class"
 
127Correspondence - to Maj. C. A. Bull (father)
 
128Correspondence - to Mother, 1854 April 15
 
129Correspondence - 2nd copy of letter to Mother, 1854 April 15
 
130Correspondence - partial letter discussing Civil War Battles
 
131Correspondence - Letter to the Editor - "Franklin College", 1854 July 3
 
132Correspondence - Letter to the Editor "for the Chronicle and Sentinel"
 
133Poem: "A Dream of the Deluge"
 
135Poem: "Twas once upon a time that I counted Nelly Bly"
 
135Poem: "Twas once upon a time that I counted Nelly Bly"
 
136Poem: "So long have I lived disappointed"
 
137Poem: "Lady if in life's here-after"
 
138Poem: "Lady if in life's here-after" version 2
 
139Poem: "Me thought I heard a brother sigh"
 
140Program - Junior Exhibition, 1853 August 12
 
141Program - UGA Commencement, 1854 August 2
 
142Satiric Program - "Auburn College"
 
143Untitled manuscript (pages missing)
 
144Discussion of an issue relating to the Demosthenian Society and UGA, 1853
 
145"Meeting of the Senior Class", 1850 June 15