The George Hammell Cook Collection
Keywords:George Hammell Cook, Cook College, Rutgers, Rensselaer Institute,
AbstractSidar delves into the extensive letters and notebooks of George Hammell Cook's Collection in Rutgers' Special Collections. Cook (1818–1889), the namesake of Rutgers' Cook College, was an outstanding nineteenth century scholar and public servant in New Jersey and nationally.
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