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."
 
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If you would like to request a copy of this list, please contact houghref@fas.harvard.edu.
 
For further background on these books, see:
“Investigations into the William James Collection at Harvard: An interview with Eugene Taylor.” Thibaud Trochu
 

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