|Statement||collected by his literary executor, Arnold Haultain ...|
|Contributions||Haultain, Arnold, 1857-1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 540 p.|
|Number of Pages||540|
Goldwin Smith (center) and Andrew Dickson White (behind him, with top hat) at the opening of Goldwin Smith Hall, Smith's time at Cornell was brief, but his impact there was significant. He held the professorship of English and Constitutional History in the Department of History at Cornell University from to . On J Goldwin Smith Hall was dedicated, at the time Cornell's largest building and its first building dedicated to the humanities, as well as the first home to the College of Arts and Sciences. Smith personally laid the cornerstone for the building in October and attended the dedication. The Cornell Alumni News observed on the occasion, "To attempt to express even in a Born: 13 August , Reading, England. SMITH, GOLDWIN, writer, journalist, and controversialist; b. 13 Aug. in Reading, England, son of Richard Pritchard Smith, an Oxford-educated physician and railway promoter and director, and Elizabeth Breton, and the only one of their seven children to survive to adulthood; d. 7 June in Toronto.. After attending a private school and Eton College, Goldwin Smith in went to Christ. A selection from Goldwin Smith's correspondence comprising letters chiefly to and from his English friends, written between the years and Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism,
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