Visit of the Hon. Carl Schurz to Boston

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Boston: John Wilson and Son, page cover, table of contents and other initial pages. The gathering, as well as being recorded in this work, was reported in the Boston Morning Journal where the location, setting and menu (not touched upon here) are described.

Visit of

the Hon. Carl Schurz

to Boston


CONTENTS.



Names of the Executive Committee  5
The Invitation  7
Names of the Signers to the Invitation, and of the Purchasers of Tickets  8
Mr. Schurz' Reply 11
Proceedings at the Dinner 13
Address by the Hon. Charles R. Codman 13
Address by the Hon. Carl Schurz 19
Address by President Charles W. Eliot 35
Address by the Rev. George E. Ellis, D.D. 41
Address by the Rev. James Freeman Clarke, D.D. 49
Address by Edward L. Pierce, Esq. 53
Address by Dr. E. B. de Gersdorff 62
Address by Col. Theodore Lyman 66
Letters 71
 Invitation to Ex-Attorney General Devens 71
 Letter from Ex-Attorney General Devens 72
 Second Letter from Ex-Attorney General Devens 73
 Letter from Ex-President Hayes 74
 Letter from Ex-Secretary Evarts 74
 Letter from Ex-Secretary Sherman 75
 Letter from George William Curtis, Esq. 76
 Letter from Mr. Francis Parkman 77
Reception by German Citizens 79
Address by Professor Krauss 79
Address by the Hon. Carl Schurz 81
Receptions by the St. Botolph Club, Orpheus Club, and others 89


VISIT

OF THE

HON. CARL SCHURZ

TO BOSTON


With the Compliments

of the Executive Committee

The members of the ST. BOTOLPH CLUB are
requested to meet at the Club-house, on Thursday
evening, at 9 o'clock.

Mr. Schurz will be introduced.


85 BOYLSTON STREET,
22 March, 1881.

Schurz by Mora.jpg

The portrait of the Hon. Carl Schurz is an
artotype by Harroun and Bierstadt of New York,
from a negative kindly lent by Mora, the well-known
photographer.


VISIT


OF THE


HON. CARL SCHURZ


TO BOSTON


March, 1881





BOSTON

JOHN WILSON AND SON

University Press

1881


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