Answered By: Joe Bourneuf Last Updated: Mar 16, 2017 Views: 102
Answered By: Joe Bourneuf
Last Updated: Mar 16, 2017 Views: 102
Many books from William James' personal library were given to Harvard and were dispersed, primarily into the general Widener collections, rather than kept together. Each has the bookplate reading:
"From philosophical library of William James, instructor and professor at Harvard, 1872-1910, gift of his family, 1923."
"List of Books and Pamphlets selected from the Library of William James and presented to Harvard College by his Family, 1923", Houghton Library, bMS Am 1092.9 (4579).
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For further background on these books, see:
“Investigations into the William James Collection at Harvard: An interview with Eugene Taylor.” Thibaud Trochu