Cover

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pp. 1-1

Title Page, Copyright Page

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pp. 2-7

Contents

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pp. v-9

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Foreword

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pp. vii-viii

George Herbert Mead began corresponding with Henry Northrup Castle in the summer of 1883, shortly after they graduated from Oberlin College. During their time on our campus, the two had become close friends. They edited the Oberlin Review, our student newspaper, fueled each other’s deep interest in literature and culture, and delighted...

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Introduction

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pp. ix-xxx

It is with great pleasure that the Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation, one of America’s oldest family foundations, has supported the reissuing of the substantial correspondence of George Herbert Mead and Henry Northrup Castle. These letters, the originals of which reside in the University of Chicago’s Castle and Mead Collection, contain valuable...

Note

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pp. xxxi-xxxiv

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A Few Recollections of Henry's Childhood

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pp. 1-6

My first distinct recollection of Henry is in connection with a visit to Molokai, where Edward and Mary Hitchcock were living with their young family of growing children. Mother took the three youngest children, Carrie, Henry, and myself. Henry must have been about two years old, perhaps more, but I am uncertain...

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The Collected Letters of Henry Northrup Castle

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pp. 7-812

I want to see you very much. I intend to enjoy myself up here, though I am afraid I am going to be homesick. I am afraid my knee is not getting any better. I think it is about the same as it was when I left Honolulu. Please send the clothes up as soon as possible, for I will need them, I think. I wish Father...