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The Emerson Literary Society (ELS) is a co-ed, non-exclusive social society at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York.
Since 1882, ELS has operated on the Hamilton campus. From 1884-1995, the society operated a residence, open to all members. Since the closing of the house in 1995, ELS has maintained a presence at Hamilton, hosting social events and presenting public programs.
The society was founded in 1882, making it one of the oldest private societies on the Hamilton College campus. It was the first society to become co-educational when the College admitted women, and remains one of only two co-ed social societies on the campus.
Six weeks before Ralph Waldo Emerson’s death, a group of Hamilton students honored his life’s work by founding a non-secretive society based on his American philosophy. At first a fraternity (Hamilton College would not admit women for nearly 100 years), the fledgling organization sold stock certificates to build a house off the campus of the college in 1884.