onement in prospect, and I merely asked Professor Greenough if he would not call at my house on Phillips Place the following evening, with Mrs. Greenough, because I had a very important subject that in no hurry to leave us, but at last, when Mr. Greenough had his hand upon the knob of the door, heth his natural enthusiasm, and both he and Mrs. Greenough promised their heartiest cooperation.
Theirs were no formal expressions.
Mrs. Greenough was an active member of the governing body from the look at the matter in the same way that Professor Greenough did, and whether, if they should, the Um to give this systematic instruction.
Professor Greenough and I occupied ourselves for a while inladies had already been chosen.
They were Mrs. Greenough and Mrs. Gilman.
Our choice fell next upoly, as Chairman of the Academic Board.
Professor Greenough was also very efficient in the same posthe room in which I had explained my plan to Professor and Mrs. Greenough, and afterwards to Presid[6 more...]