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Philip Tidyman manuscripts

 Collection
Identifier: HC.MC-975-07-120

Scope and Contents

This collection is comprised of two volumes of the manuscripts of the letters of Philip Tidyman's travel throughout New England and Canada from his home in Charleston, South Carolina. The collection also includes correspondence, transcribed letters, and typed notes related to the manuscripts.

Dates

  • 1810

Creator

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Standard Federal Copyright Laws Apply (U.S. Title 17).

Biographical Note

Dr. Philip Tidyman (1776-1850) was born in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1776 to Hester Rose and Philip Tidyman. He studied at the University of Edinburgh and Göttingen, where he was the first American to receive a doctorate at a German university. In 1801, he returned to Charleston where he was a physician and a planter. He was a member of the House, serving in the Fifteenth, Sixteenth, and Eighteenth Assemblies and a member of many organizations including the German Friendly Society, the American Philosophical Society, and the South Carolina Academy of Fine Arts. He died in Aberdeen, Scotland, on June 11, 1850.

Source: College of Charleston Special Collections, finding aid for the Inventory of the John Vaughan Letters to the Philip Tidyman

Extent

0.29 Linear Feet

Language

English

Overview

This collection is comprised of two volumes of the manuscripts of the letters of Philip Tidyman's travel throughout New England and Canada from his home in Charleston, South Carolina. The collection also includes correspondence, transcribed letters, and typed notes related to the manuscripts.

Acquisition

The Philip Tidyman manuscripts were donated to Special Collections, Haverford College in 1923 by the Friends Library, London.

Related Materials

HC.MC.1011 Robert B. Haines III

Processing Information

Processed by Kara Flynn; completed December, 2015.
Title
Philip Tidyman manuscripts, 1810
Author
Kara Flynn
Date
December, 2015
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
English

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