(Henry Adams at his desk. Massachusetts Historical Society via Wikipedia: photograph by Marion Hooper Adams, 1883.)
‘Said Mr Adams, of the education,
Teach? at Harvard? 1,074 more words
London. 23 January, 1863.
My dear Charles:
I have but a moment till it grows dark and the bag closes, but I don’t think I have much to say, so it don’t matter. 958 more words
Today our Great Books club discussed The Education of Henry Adams written by John Quincy Adams’ grandson (John Adams’ great grandson). It’s a memoire of Henry Adam’s youth with tales of a boy, who like many, didn’t see a lot of benefit to schooling. 416 more words