Finding Aid

McNeil Center for Early American Studies Records

UPB 159

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Summary Information

Prepared by
Theresa R. Snyder, revised by Kaiyi Chen
Preparation date
1992, revised 2010
Date [inclusive]
1959-2006
Extent
18.5 Cubic feet

PROVENANCE

Transferred to the University Archives, 1991 and 2007.

ARRANGEMENT

This collection exists in two sections, which were processed in 1992 and 2010 respectively.Each section is organized into four series. They are Administration records, Fellowship records, Seminar papers, and Project records.

The Administrative series is broken into two subseries, the General files, and the Financial files. Fellowship records (both pre-doctoral and post-doctoral) are organized chronologically, by academic year of award, and within each year, alphabetically by applicant. Seminar papers series are arranged alphabetically by author in the first section and chronologically in the second section. The Project records are arranged chronologically in the first section and alphabetically in the second section.

HISTORICAL NOTE

This collection exists in two sections, which were processed in 1992 and 2010 respectively. Each section is organized into four series. They are Administration records, Fellowship records, Seminar papers, and Project records.

The Administrative series is broken into two subseries, the General files, and the Financial files. Fellowship records (both pre-doctoral and post-doctoral) are organized chronologically, by academic year of award, and within each year, alphabetically by applicant. Seminar papers series are arranged alphabetically by author in the first section and chronologically in the second section. The Project records are arranged chronologically in the first section and alphabetically in the second section.

AGENCY HISTORY

The McNeil Center for Early American Studies was founded in 1978 under the name ofthe Philadelphia Center for Early American Studies with a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The Center started to use its current name in honor of its benefactor Robert L. McNeil, Jr., in 1998. It has been organized as a consortium of academic institutions and historical repositories in the Philadelphia area. Currently, the Center is endowed by gifts from the Robert L. McNeil, Jr., Charitable Trust, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Barra Foundation, the University of Pennsylvania, and other donors. Its institution members include the American Philosophical Society, Bryn Mawr College, the David Library of the American Revolution, Fordham University, Haverford College, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, the Johns Hopkins University, the Library Company of Philadelphia, Swarthmore College, Millersville University, Princeton University, Rider University, Rutgers University, the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Stony Brook University, Temple University, the University of Delaware, the University of Pennsylvania, and Ursinus College.

The Center’s mission is to “promote basic research in all areas of early American history and culture” through fellowships, seminars, assistance with publication of research, and other special projects.

The Advisory Council of the Center is composed of distinguished scholars in the field from comparable research institutions as well as one representative, serving ex-officio, from each institution participating in the consortium. The staff consists of a director, an associate director and an administrative assistant.

Fellowships are awarded to advanced graduate students conducting dissertation research, or scholars engaged in post-doctoral research, in early American history and culture; the period of research typically does not extend beyond 1850. Research projects using archival holdings in the area for studies in aspects of the Delaware Valley have a priority, though some fellowships are awarded to scholars who have done their major research elsewhere and need to use local sources only for part of their work. Scholars in the writing stage of a project seeking scholarly support and criticism are also eligible for support. The fellowships are awarded for a period from nine months to two years. From 1978 to 2008, the Center granted Dissertation Fellowships to over 150 graduate students from American and British universities.

Seminars are presented up to more than twenty times each year and serve a broad range of scholars. Each fellow is responsible for presenting a paper during his or her year in residence. Additional papers are solicited from outside scholars who are doing related work. The papers are distributed prior to the meeting date to allow attendees an opportunity to prepare, ensuring a lively, constructive discussion. The presenters give a brief introduction of the paper and then entertain questions, comments and criticisms from the 30 to 50 people attending. The papers represent new research and are often published as articles or as part of a monograph.

The publication and special projects of the Center have included the Papers of William Penn, the Biographical Dictionary of Early Pennsylvania Legislators Project, the Transformation of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, 1750-1850 Project, and many national conferences.

The Papers of William Penn is a five volume set of published and unpublished works of William Penn, published in 1981-1987 by the University of Pennsylvania Press. The first four volumes consist of a complete annotated edition of letters and papers by Penn and include background and biographical essays. Richard S. Dunn and Mary Maples Dunn served as the General Editors for all volumes.The Associate Editors for Volume One, 1644-1679, were Richard A. Ryerson and Scott M. Wilds; Jean R. Soderlund served as Assistant Editor. For Volume Two, 1680-1684, Richard A. Ryerson, Scott M. Wilds, and Jean R. Soderlund were Associate Editors; Ned C. Landsman served as Special Editor. Marianne S. Wokeck, Joy Wiltenburg, Alison Duncan Hirsch, and Craig W. Horle acted as Editors for Volume Three, 1685-1700 and for Volume Four, 1701-1718. The interpretive bibliographical study of Penn’s published work, the final and fifth volume, was edited by Edwin Bronner and David Fraser.

Lawmaking and Legislators in Pennsylvania : A Biographical Dictionary, Volume One : 1682-1709 (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991), the first published product of the Biographical Dictionary Project, includes biographical and background essays on Pennsylvania legislators which has previously been unavailable. The Editors are Craig W. Horle, Marianne S. Wokeck, Jeffrey L. Scheib, Joseph S. Foster, David Hauggaard, Rosalind J. Beiler, and Joy Wiltenburg.

The Transformation of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, 1750-1850 Project was a seven year research project on the early history of the Delaware Valley initially directed by Richard Beeman and later by Michael Zuckerman. Each year the focus of the project was on a single topic. These topics are the Peopling of Philadelphia, 1983-1984;Commercial Capitalism, 1984-1985; Religion, 1985-1986; Science, Medicine, and Technology, 1986-1987; Industrialization, 1987-1988; Communications, 1988-1989; and Community Life, 1989-1990. Fellows were considered in relation to the topic for each particular year. Works-in-progress or recently published works were discussed at brown-bag lunch meetings. Evening colloquia were held for 30 to 40 people, usually graduate students and professors from other local institutions, and a formal, two-day conference with presentations by the Transformation fellows is held each year. Each phase of the project produced a bibliography of primary and secondary sources for the topic that year. Additionally, it is expected that papers resulting from the work of each phase will be published in various scholarly journals.

Some of the special projects supported by the Center have been national scholarly conferences, which include “The World of William Penn” Conference, 1981; “The World Turned Upside Down: Working People in England and America, 1660-1790” Conference, 1981; “The Founding of Pennsylvania, 1682-1800” Conference, 1982; and “The Creation of the American Constitution Conference”, 1984. The results were published in The World of William Penn (Philadelphia, 1981), edited by Richard S. Dunn and Mary Maples Dunn.

“The World of William Penn” Conference was held in March, 1981 in conjunction with the Institute of Early American History and Culture, the Conference on British Studies, and the Conference of Quaker Historians and Archivists. The conference brought together distinguished scholars of the late seventeenth century and addressed the political, economic, intellectual, religious, and social world in which William Penn lived. Over 400 people attended the conference. The results were published in Beyond Confederation, edited by Richard Beeman, Stephen Botein, and Edward C. Carter III (Chapel Hill, N.C., 1987).

“The World Turned Upside Down: Working People in England and America, 1660-1790” Conference held in November, 1981, addressed the changes taking place in the lives of working men and women in England and America at a critical period of activism and innovation. Christopher Hill’s book, The World Turned Upside Down: Radical Ideas During the English Revolution has been a stimulus to this field of research, and he acted as moderator for two of these working sessions.

The tercentenary of the founding of Pennsylvania was celebrated with “The Founding of Pennsylvania, 1682-1800” Conference held in October, 1982. This one day conference was concerned with the religious and ethnic diversity of the colony and then the commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Another anniversary conference, “The Creation of the American Constitution Conference,” was held in October, 1984 in collaboration with the American Philosophical Society and the Institute of Early American History and Culture. The conference was designed to generate new research on the Constitutional period, encourage scholarly debate on the works presented, and publish the works in time for the bicentennial of the Constitution in 1987.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

The records of the McNeil Center for Early American Studies document the efforts of a consortium of local archival and educational institutions to “promote basic research in all areas of early American history and culture” through fellowships, seminars, assistance with publications, and other special projects. The collection will serve as a valuable resource to researchers interested in early American history and culture as well as those interested in the corporate structure of this and other consortia.

The collection is divided in two sections according to the date of their processing. The first section, processed in 1992, is 12 cubic feet in volume; the second section, done in 2010, has 6.3 cubic feet. Each section consists of four series:

The Administrative series consists of two parts, General files and Financial files. The General files include correspondence, annual reports, announcements, brochures, personnel information, and mailing lists. The Financial files include development records, budgetary files, and miscellaneous expenditure files. The development records contain a wealth of information on the Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment of Humanities, the two major funding agencies for the Center, as well as other corporate sponsors and fund raising efforts.

The Fellowship files constitute the bulk of the collection. This series contains files on all applicants for doctoral, post-doctoral, and travel fellowships. Applicant files normally contain statements of purpose, letters of recommendations, and writing samples, often in the form of research papers, speeches, articles, and book chapters. As a result, there is a wealth of scholarly research in this series. The Seminar series also holds a variety of scholarly work.

The Projects series includes information on the various national conferences and projects supported by the Center. These conferences and projects include the Papers of William Penn; the Biographical Dictionary of Early Pennsylvania Legislators Project; the Transformation of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, 1750-1850 Project; “The World of William Penn” Conference, 1981; “The World Turned Upside Down: Working People in England and America, 1660-1790” Conference, 1981; “The Founding of Pennsylvania, 1682-1800″ Conference, 1982;”The Creation of the American Constitution” Conference, 1984; and the Graduate Student Conference, 1999-2001.

Attachment:

The following are original “Endnotes” attached to the inventory of Section 1 prepared in 1992.

ENDNOTES****

[1]. Elizabeth Kogan was a PCEAS fellow in 1979-1980.

[2]. Nancy Rosenberg was a PCEAS Dissertation Fellow, 1986-1987.

[3]. This subseries is almost exclusively papers delivered at Seminar meetings. There are a few miscellaneous papers included in this subseries that were not actually given at a meeting. These papers, few in number, are so indicated.

[4]. Not given at PCEAS seminar.

[5]. Not given at PCEAS seminar.

[6]. Not given at PCEAS seminar.

[7]. Not given at PCEAS seminar.

[8]. Not given at PCEAS seminar.

[9]. Not given at PCEAS seminar.

[10]. Dissertation chapters; not given at PCEAS seminar.

[11]. The following individuals also gave seminar papers; however, this collection does not include copies.

Andrews, Dee, 1983; 1985

Aylmer, G.E., 1987

Benson, Lee, 1980

Bergengren, Charles, 1987

Bergstrom, Peter, 1986

Bric, Maurice, 1980

Burnard, Trevor, 1987

Canny, Nicholas, 1980

Carr, Lois (with Walsh, Lorena), 1987

Carson, Cary (with Walsh, Lorena), 1981

Carter, Edward C., 1985

Clark, Peter, 1988

Clemens, Paul, 1982

Cornell, Saul, 1986

Dauer, David, 1981

Dayton, Nina, 1985

Doerflinger, Thomas, 1979

Dorsey, Bruce, 1989

Dowd, Greg, 1986

Dunn, Mary M., 1978

Elliott, J.H., 1989

Fitzgerald, Neil, 1980

Frisch, Michael, 1984

Greenberg, Douglas, 1980

Greene, Jack P., 1981

Gilje, Paul, 1988

Henretta, James, 1982; 1988

Hoffer, Peter, 1989

Horle, Craig, 1985

Hunter, Judith, 1987

Ireland, Owen, 1988

Isaac, Rhys, 1987

Karlson, Carol, 1985

Kerber, Linda, 1987

Kern, John, 1987

Kerman, Lucy, 1981

Klep, Susan, 1981

Kogen, Elizabeth, 1980

Landsman, Ned, 1978; 1989

Lee, Jean, 1986

Lehman, David, 1989

Lindstrom, Diane, 1985

Martin, James, 1988

McGaw, Judith, 1983

Meranze, Michael, 1984

Michel, Jack, 1981

Morgan, Gwenda, 1988

Nash, Gary, 1978; 1982; 1985; 1988

Norling, Lisa, 1987

Norton, Mary Beth, 1987

Offut, William, 1985

Pankratz, John, 1986

Pencak, William, 1985

Purvis, Thomas, 1979

Quinn, David, 1981; 1988

Rappaport, George, 1983

Rediker, Marcus, 1982

Roeber, A.G., 1989

Rosenberg, Nancy, 1987

Rosswurm, Steven, 1982

Ryerson, Richard, 1979

Salmon, Marylynn, 1979

Schweitzer, Mary, 1984

Shammas, Carole, 1979

Smith, Billy, 1980; 1984; 1989

Smith, Merrill, 1987

Soderlund, Jean, 1979; 1985

Steinberg, Allen, 1983

Tien, Anita, 1988

Thompson, Peter, 1988

Waciega, Lisa, 1985

Warren, Jack, 1988

Westerkamp, Lynn, 1981

Wilds, Scott, 1979

Wokeck, Marianne, 1988

Wolf, Stephanie, 1989

Zuckerman, Michael, 1979; 1983

Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
Catholic Church. — Geographic subdivision–Pennsylvania;
Church of England. — General subdivision–History; Chronological subdivision–18th century.; Geographic subdivision–United States;
Colebrookdale Furnace (Colebrookdale, Pa.).
Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.
Griffin (Ship).
Hibernia Iron Works (Hibernia, N.J.).
Molly Maguires (Organization).
Philadelphia Center for Early American Studies.
Shakers.
Geographic Name(s)
Baltimore (Md.)–Economic conditions–19th century.
Boston (Mass.)–History–Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
Chesapeake Bay Region (Md. and Va.)–Social life and customs.
Dock Creek (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Kent County (Md.)–History–Revolution, 1775-1783.
Kent County (Md.)–Social life and customs.
Kentucky–History–1772-1865.
Long Island (N.Y.)–Social life and customs.
Manayunk (Philadelphia, Pa.)–Economic conditions.
New York (N.Y.)–Politics and government–War of 1812.
North Carolina–Politics and government–1775-1783.
Northern Ireland–Social conditions.
Pennsylvania–Economic conditions.
Pennsylvania–History–Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
Pennsylvania–History–French and Indian War, 1754-1763.
Pennsylvania–History–Revolution, 1775-1783.
Pennsylvania–Politics and government–1775-1783.
Pennsylvania–Politics and government–To 1775.
Pennsylvania–Social life and customs–To 1775.
Philadelphia (Pa.)–Commerce.
Philadelphia (Pa.)–Economic conditions–19th century.
Philadelphia (Pa.)–Population.
Philadelphia (Pa.)–Social life and customs.
South Carolina–Politics and government–1775-1783.
Southern States–Politics and government–1775-1865.
Southern States–Social life and customs.
United States–Economic conditions.
United States–Foreign relations–To 1775.
United States–Politics and government–1775-1783.
Virginia–Politics and government–To 1775.
York (Pa.)–History.
Occupation(s)
Artisans–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Illustrators–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Indian agents.
Stevedores–New York.
Personal Name(s)
Anderson, James Donald, 1928-
Baatz, Simon.
Barkan, Steven E., 1951-
Beeman, Richard R.
Bliss, Robert M., (Robert McKinley), 1943-
Bloch, Ruth H.,, 1949-
Bodle, Wayne K.
Brame, Elizabeth Brandon.
Bric, Maurice J., (Maurice Joseph)
Bronssard, James, 1941-
Burnard, Trevor G., (Trevor Graeme)
Calaman, Melva H., 1919-
Canny, Nicholas P.
Carp, E. Wayne,, 1946-
Cifelli, Edward M.
Clemens, Paul G. E., 1947-
Cooke, Nym,, 1951-
Crane, Elaine Forman.
Crow, Steven D., (Steven Douglas), 1945-
Davis, Susan G., 1953-
Derounian-Stodola, Kathryn Zabelle, 1949-
Diamondstone, Judith Marion, 1936-
Doerflinger, Thomas M.
Dowd, Gregory Evans, 1956-
Downing, A. J., (Andrew Jackson), 1815-1852
Drinker, Elizabeth Sandwith, 1734-1807
Ducoff-Barone, Deborah.
Dunn, Mary Maples.
Dunn, Richard S.
Eisenstadt, Peter R., 1954-
Fisher, Elizabeth W.
Fitzgerald, Neil K., 1949-
Flavel, Julie M.
Foster, Joseph.
Frost, J. William, (Jerry William)
Gilbert, Daniel R., 1924-2012
Gilje, Paul A., 1951-
Gratz, Rebecca, 1781-1869
Gray, Brenda E., (Brenda Ellen)
Guenther, Karen, 1959-
Hafertepe, Kenneth, 1955-
Henderson, Rodger C., (Rodger Craige)
Hood, Adrianne.
Hopkins, Paul A., (Paul Antony), 1954-
Horvath, Arlene D.
Hundley, Paul F., (Paul Frederic), 1955-
Hunter, Judith.
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 — General subdivision–Views on land.;
Jennings, Francis, 1918-2000
Jenson, Joan M.
Johanessen, Stanley,, 1939-
Jones, Daniel P., 1954-
Kammen, Michael G.
Karlson, Carol F., 1940-
Kerman, Lucy E.
Klein, Randolph Shipley.
Klepp, Susan E.
Kloos, John M.,, 1950-
Landsman, Ned C.,, 1951-
Leder, Lawrence H.
Lee-Whitman, Leanna.
Lloyd, Phoebe.
Looby, Christopher.
McDannell, Colleen.
McGaw, Judith A., 1946-
Meranze, Michael.
Merrill, Michael, 1948-
Michel, Jack.
Mulford, Carla,, 1955-
Mulligan, William H.
Nash, Gary B.
Northrup, Ric, 1954-
Nybakken, Elizabeth I.
Oaks, Robert F., 1942-
Offutt, William M., (William McEnery), 1956-
Peale, Charles Willson, 1741-1827
Pendleton, Philip E., 1954-
Penn, William, 1644-1718
Phillips, Joseph W., 1948-
Preston, Katherine K.
Purvis, Thomas L., 1949-
Reiner, Jacqueline S.
Reisman, Janet Ann, 1946-
Rosswurm, Steven.
Rowe, G. S., (Gail Stuart), 1936-
Rusk, John, 1937-
Rutter, Robert S., (Robert Sherman), 1953-
Salinger, Sharon V., (Sharon Vineberg)
Salmon, Marylynn, 1951-
Sands, Gordon E., (Gordon Eliot)
Schwartz, Sally, 1952-
Schweitzer, Mary M.
Shammas, Carole.
Shelton, Cynthia J., 1950-
Simler, Lucy.
Skemp, Sheila L.
Smith, Billy G., (Billy Gordon)
Smith, Merrill D., 1956-
Soderlund, Jean R., 1947-
Spiedel, Judith D., (Judith Douglas)
Sullivan, Mark White.
Tachau, Mary K. Bonsteel, 1926-
Templeton, Dorothy B., (Dorothy Brownell)
Thelan, Lynn M., (Lynn Marsha)
Tucker, Barbara.
Walroth, Joanne R., 1950-
Walsh, Lorena Seebach, 1944-
Wilson, Lisa,, 1957-
Wiltenburg, Joy.
Winpenny, Thomas R.
Wokeck, Marianne Sophia
Wolf, Stephanie Grauman
Wortham, Sue Clark, 1935-
Zagarri, Rosemarie, 1957-
Zimmerman, Elena, 1933-
Zuckerman, Michael, 1939-
Subject(s)
Abolitionists.
Acadians–Migration–History.
African American Methodists–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
African American women–History–19th century.
Agriculture–Social aspects–Maryland.
American loyalists.
Anglicans–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Antislavery movements.
Archaeology–Delaware–Wilmington.
Architecture, Domestic–Designs and plans.
Boys–Education.
Butter trade–Middle Atlantic States.
Cemeteries–Pennsylvania.
Child labor–Law and legislation–Illinois.
Child rearing–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Clock and watch making.
Constitutional history–United States.
Consumption (Economics)–History.–Pennsylvania
Deforestation–Pennsylvania.
Delaware Indians.
Divorce–Pennsylvania.
Drinking customs–Pennsylvania.
Education–History–Education–History–19th century.–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia
Emigration and immigration–History.
Environmental engineering–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Evangelicalism.
Executions and executioners–United States.
Families–Folklore–Folklore.–Families–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia
Family farms–Management.–Massachusetts
Farm life–Pennsylvania.
Farm tenancy–Pennsylvania–Chester County.
Fertility–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Folk art.
Freedmen–Kentucky.
Freemasonry–Pennsylvania.
Furniture designers–United States.
Germans–Pennsylvania.
Great Awakening.
Indians of North America.
Indians–Warfare.
Investments–History–19th century.–Middle Atlantic States
Irish Americans–Politics and government–Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
Landscapes–Virginia.
Law–History–19th century.–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia
Lutherans–History.–Pennsylvania
Meteorology–Observations.
Methodists–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Minutemen (Militia)–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Music–Instruction and study.
Nativism.
Patriarchy–Southern States.
Pietism–Middle Atlantic States.
Popular culture.
Portrait painting, American.
Prisons–Missions and charities–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Puritans–Historiography.
Quaker women.
Quakers.
Rhetoric–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Science–Social aspects–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Science–Societies, etc.–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia
Scots–United States.
Sexism in language.
Shipping.
Shipwrecks.
Slave trade–United States.
Social classes–United States.
Spelling reform.
Tableware–Pennsylvania–Chester County.
Textile industry.
Transportation–History–18th century.–Pennsylvania
Upper class–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Weather forecasting–History–18th century.–United States
Wheat trade–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Widows–Pennsylvania.
Witchcraft.
Women in medicine.
Women’s rights–United States.
Women–History.–Pennsylvania
Women–Social conditions.
Working class–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.

Inventory

 

Administration 

Box

Folder

General files 

Descriptions of Center, 1977- [1983] 

1

1

Planning documents, 1977 

1

2

Planning Budget, 1976 

1

3

Planning Correspondence, 1976-1985 

1

4

Advisory Council, 1977-1988 

1

5

Annual Report, 1984-1985 

1

6

Annual Report, 1986-1987 

1

7

Annual Report, 1987-1988 

1

8

Announcements, 1979-1985 

1

9

Beeman, Richard 

Incoming Correspondence 

1979 

1

10

1980 

1

11

1981 

1

12

1984 

1

13

1985-1986 

1

14

Outgoing “letter file” log, 

1984-1985 

1

15

Outgoing Correspondence 

(1-40), 1984 

1

16

(41-80), 1985 

1

17

(81-130), 1985 

1

18

(131-162), 1985-1986 

1

19

1987-1988 

1

20

Bell, Whitfield J. — Speech, 1978 

1

21

Brochure — Copy, 1984-1988 

1

22

Brochures (Printed), 1978-1992 

1

23

Colonial Society of Pennsylvania, Essay Award, 1983-1985, 1988 

1

24

Delaware County Archives, 1983 

1

25

Dunn, Richard 

Correspondence 

1979-1980 

1

26

1985-1989 

1

27

Hackney, Sheldon — Correspondence, 1982-1984 

1

28

History Department — Teaching Assistant Assignments, 1985 

1

29

Library Caroles, 1978-1985 

1

30

Maps to events, seminars etc. 

1

31

PATHS, 1985 

1

32

Personnel [Personnel records are closed to the public for 75 years] 

Applications, 1977-1985 

1

33

Individual Personnel Files, 1975-1985 

1

34

Individual Personnel Files, 1975-1985 

1

35

Curriculum Vitae 

1

36

Work Study Students, 1984-1985 

1

37

Tax Information, 1977-1983 

1

38

University Procedures, 1979-1988 

1

39

Wolf, Stephanie G. 

Correspondence 

1985 

1

40

1986 

1

41

1987 

1

42

1988 

1

43

Recommendations, 1985-1987 

1

44

Childhood in American Society Course 

1983 (1) 

1

45

1983 (2) 

1

46

History of American Childhood Course 

1986 (1) 

1

47

1986 (2) 

1

48

Women’s Studies, 1985-1986 

1

49

Women’s Working Group, 1985 

1

50

Center Mailing List 

1984-1986 

2

1

1986-1987 

2

2

1988-1989 

2

3

n.d. 

2

4

William and Mary Quarterly Mailing List 

1980 

2

5

1985 

2

6

1986-1987 

2

7

1988 

2

8

1989 

2

9

Financial 

Fund raising 

Correspondence 

1977-1979 

3

1

1980-1981 

3

2

1982-1984 

3

3

1986-1987 

3

4

Tax Exempt status 

3

5

Alcoa Standard Corporation, 1987 

3

6

Arcadia Foundation, 1981 

3

7

Arthur Vining Davis Foundation, 1978 

3

8

Barra Foundation, 1984 

3

9

Beers, Henry and Dorothy, 1987 

3

10

Bell Atlantic Corporation, 1987 

3

11

Berwind Corporation, 1987 

3

12

Campbell Soup Company, 1987 

3

13

Charles E. Culpeper Foundation, 1981 

3

14

CIGNA, 1987 

3

15

Colonial Penn Group, Inc., 1987 

3

16

Comcast Corporation, 1987 

3

17

Continental Bank, 1987 

3

18

Lammont duPont Copeland 

1977 (1) 

3

19

1977 (2) 

3

20

Copernicus Society of America, 1981 

3

21

Crown Cork and Seal Co., Inc., 1987 

3

22

Dana Foundation, 1985 

3

23

The David Library of the American Revolution, 1982-1989 

3

24

Day and Zimmerman Inc., 1987 

3

25

Dolfinger-McMahon, 1981-1985 

3

26

Dolfinger-McMahon, 1986-1987,n.d. 

3

27

Eva Gebhard-Gourgand Foundation, 1981 

3

28

Evans, Robert, 1985 

3

29

Fels Fund, 1984-1985 

3

30

First Pennsylvania Bank NA, 1987 

3

31

Focus, 1986 

3

32

Freedom Foundation, 1984-1986 

3

33

Glenmede Trust, 1984-1986 

3

34

Glenmede Trust, 1986-1988 

3

35

Great American Achievements, 1977 

3

36

Hatfield Packing Company, Inc., 1987 

3

37

Heckscher, G.A. II, 1987 

3

38

Henckels and McCoy, Inc., 1987 

3

39

Independence Foundation, 1985 

3

40

I U International Corporation, 1987 

3

41

Kempner, Hetta T., 1987 

3

42

Lewis, Gilman and Kynett, Inc., 1987 

3

43

Liberty Fund, 1982 

3

44

Lilly Endowment, 1983 

3

45

Mann, Douglas M., 1983 

3

46

McKeel, Sam, 1984 

3

47

McLean Contributionship, 1980-1984 

3

48

Mellon Foundation 

Correspondence, 1977-1986 

3

49

Memoranda, 1979-1983 

3

50

Reports, 1979-1982 

3

51

Proposals, 1977-1980 

3

52

Challenge Grant, 1983 

3

53

Grant, 1983 

3

54

Grant, 1985 

3

55

Matching Effort, 1987 

3

56

Merit Oil, n.d. 

3

57

National Endowment for the Humanities 

Penn Papers, 1978-1984 

3

58

Penn Papers, 1984-1985 

3

59

World of William Penn, 1980-1981 

3

60

Bicentennial of the Constitution, 1984 (1) 

3

61

Bicentennial of the Constitution, 1984 (2) 

3

62

Transformation Project, 1982 (1) 

3

63

Transformation Project, 1982 (2) 

3

64

Transformation Project (Phase 1,2,and 3), 1982 

3

65

Transformation Project, 1982-1985 

4

1

Transformation Project, 1983-1986 

4

2

Transformation Project — Annual Report, 1983-1984 

4

3

Transformation Project — Annual Report, 1984-1985 

4

4

Transformation Project — Annual Report, 1985 

4

5

Transformation Project Supplemental, 1986-1987 

4

6

Transformation Project — Annual Report, 1986-1987 

4

7

Transformation Project — Annual Report, 1987-1988 

4

8

Transformation Project Renewal, 1987-1990 

4

9

Transformation Project — Digests of Terms, 1983-1987 

4

10

Transformation Project Budget, 1984-1985 

4

11

Biographical Dictionary Project, 1985 

4

12

National Historical Foundation, 1981 

4

13

National Historical Publications and Records Commission Probate Records, 1979-1980 

4

14

Oxford Foundation, 1984 

4

15

Penn Graduates (1) 

4

16

Penn Graduates (2) 

4

17

Pennsylvania Humanities Council, 1981 (1) 

4

18

Pennsylvania Humanities Council, 1981 (2) 

4

19

Penwalt Corporation, 1987 

4

20

Philadelphia Bulletin Contributionship, 1980-1981 

4

21

Philadelphia Electric Company, 1987 

4

22

Philadelphia National Bank, 1984, 1987 

4

23

Philadelphia Suburban Corporation, 1987 

4

24

The P Q Corporation, 1987 

4

25

Provident National Bank, 1987 

4

26

Quaker Chemical Corporation, 1987 

4

27

Rorer Group, Inc., 1987 

4

28

C. Schmidt and Sons, Inc., 1987 

4

29

Scott Paper Company, 1987 

4

30

SEI Corporation, 1987 

4

31

Smith Kline Beckman, 1987 

4

32

Strawbridge and Clothier, 1987 

4

33

Stephenson, Lowry C., 1987 

4

34

Swaan Oil, 1987 

4

35

Sun Oil, Inc., 1987 

4

36

Tasty Baking Company, 1987 

4

37

VGI Corporation, 1987 

4

38

Union Pacific Corporation (Lewis Andrew L.), 1985-1987 

4

39

UPS Foundation 

4

40

Wawa Inc., 1987 

4

41

Werthan, Morris, 1984 

4

42

Westmoreland Coal Company, 1987 

4

43

Wolf, Albert and Stephanie G., 1987 

4

44

Wynn, Stephen, 1983 

4

45

Miscellaneous, 1979-1980 

4

46

Budget and expenditures 

Budget (6-29698 : Operating fund), FY 1979 

4

47

Monthly sheets, FY 1979 

4

48

Expenses, purchase orders and requisitions, FY 1979 

4

49

Historical Society of Pennsylvania expenses, FY 1979 

4

50

Budget (6-29698 : Operating fund), FY 1980 

4

51

Monthly sheets (6-29757 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1980 

4

52

Monthly sheets, (6-29698 : Operating fund), FY 1980 

4

53

Expenses, purchase orders and requisitions, FY 1980 

4

54

Historical Society of Pennsylvania expenses, FY 1980 

4

55

Budget (5-23504 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1981 

4

56

Budget (5-25933 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1981 

4

57

Budget (6-29757 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1981 

4

58

Monthly sheets (5-25933 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1981 

4

59

Monthly sheets (6-29757 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1981 

4

60

Expenses, purchase orders and requisitions, FY 1981 

4

61

Budget (5-27805 : World Turned Upside Down … Conference, 1982), FY 1982 

4

62

Budget (6-29698 : Peoples of Pennsylvania Conference, 1982), FY 1982 

4

63

Monthly sheets (5-23504), FY 1982 

4

64

Monthly sheets (5-25933 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1982 

4

65

Monthly sheets (5-27805 : World Turned Upside Down … Conference, 1982), FY 1982 

4

66

Monthly sheets (6-29757 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1982 

4

67

Monthly sheets (5-27805 : World Turned Upside Down … Conference, 1982), FY 1983 

5

1

Monthly sheets (6-29757 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1983 

5

2

Budget (5-24561 : Transformation Project), FY 1984 

5

3

Budget (6-29698 : Operating fund), FY 1984 

5

4

Monthly sheets (5-24561 : Transformation Project), FY 1984 

5

5

Monthly sheets (5-27805 : World Turned Upside Down … Conference, 1982), FY 1984 

5

6

Monthly sheets (6-29757 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1984 

5

7

Monthly sheets (6-29698 : Operating fund), FY 1984 

5

8

Expenses, purchase orders and requisitions, FY 1984 

5

9

Budget (6-29698 : Operating fund), FY 1985 

5

10

Budget (6-29757 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1985 

5

11

Monthly sheets (5-20663 : Transformation Project), FY 1985 

5

12

Monthly sheets (5-21137 : Transformation Project), FY 1985 

5

13

Monthly sheets (5-24561 : Transformation Project), FY 1985 

5

14

Monthly sheets (6-28475 : Gifts), FY 1985 

5

15

Monthly sheets (6-29698 : Operating fund), FY 1985 

5

16

Monthly sheets (6-29757 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1985 

5

17

Expenses, purchase orders and requisitions, FY 1985 

5

18

Budget (5-24561 : Transformation Project), FY 1986 

5

19

Budget (5-25853 : Transformation Project), FY 1986 

5

20

Budget (6-29698 : Operating fund), FY 1986 

5

21

Monthly sheets (5-20663 : Transformation Project), FY 1986 

5

22

Monthly sheets (5-21137 : Transformation Project), FY 1986 

5

23

Monthly sheets (5-24561 : Transformation Project), FY 1986 

5

24

Monthly sheets (5-25853 : Transformation Project), FY 1986 

5

25

Monthly sheets (6-28475 : Gifts), FY 1986 

5

26

Monthly sheets (6-29698 : Operating fund), FY 1986 

5

27

Monthly sheets (6-29757 : World of William Penn Conference, 1981), FY 1986 

5

28

Expenses, purchase orders and requisitions, FY 1986 

5

29

Checking Account, FY 1986 

5

30

Budget (4-61870 : Endowment fund), FY 1987 

5

31

Monthly sheets (4-61870 : Endowment fund), FY 1987 

5

32

Monthly sheets (5-20663 : Transformation Project), FY 1987 

5

33

Monthly sheets (5-21137 : Transformation Project), FY 1987 

5

34

Monthly sheets (5-24561 : Transformation Project), FY 1987 

5

35

Monthly sheets (5-25853 : Transformation Project), FY 1987 

5

36

Monthly sheets (6-28475 : Gifts), FY 1987 

5

37

Monthly sheets (6-29698 : Operating fund), FY 1987 

5

38

Expenses, purchase orders and requisitions, FY 1987 

5

39

Final Report, FY 1987 

5

40

Budget (4-61870 : Endowment fund), FY 1988 

5

41

Monthly sheets (4-61870 : Endowment fund), FY 1988 

5

42

Monthly sheets (5-20663 : Transformation Project), FY 1988 

5

43

Monthly sheets (5-21137 : Transformation Project), FY 1988 

5

44

Monthly sheets (5-21686), FY 1988 

5

45

Monthly sheets (5-24382 : Transformation Project), FY 1988 

5

46

Monthly sheets (5-24561 : Transformation Project), FY 1988 

5

47

Monthly sheets (5-25853 : Transformation Project), FY 1988 

5

48

Monthly sheets (6-28475 : Gifts), FY 1988 

5

49

Monthly sheets (6-29698 : Operating fund), FY 1988 

5

50

Final Report, FY 1988 

5

51

Expenses, purchase orders and requisitions, FY 1988 

5

52

Expenses, purchase orders and requisitions, FY 1988 

5

53

Budget (4-61870 : Endowment fund), FY 1989 

5

54

Monthly sheets (4-61870 : Endowment fund), FY 1989 

5

55

Monthly sheets (5-21137 : Transformation Project), FY 1989 

5

56

Monthly sheets (5-21686), FY 1989 

5

57

Monthly sheets (5-24382 : Transformation Project), FY 1989 

5

58

Monthly sheets (5-24561 : Transformation Project), FY 1989 

5

59

Monthly sheets (5-25853 : Transformation Project),FY 1989 

5

60

Monthly sheets (6-28475 : Gifts), FY 1989 

5

61

Expenses, purchase orders and requisitions, FY 1989 

5

62

Expenses, purchase orders and requisitions, FY 1989 

5

63

Expenses, purchase orders and requisitions, FY 1990 

5

64

 

Fellowships 

Box

Folder

Fellowship applicants 

1978-1979 

1979-1980 

Fellows list 

6

28

1980-1981 

Fellows list 

6

59

Requests for fellowship information 

6

60

1981-1982 

Fellows list 

7

13

1982-1983 

Fellows list 

7

33

Requests for fellowship information 

7

34

1983-1984 

Fellows list 

8

7

Requests for fellowship information 

8

8

1984-1985 

Fellows list 

8

45

1985-1986 

Fellows lists 

9

16

1986-1987 

Fellows lists 

9

31

1987-1988 

Fellows lists 

10

8

1988-1989 

Fellows lists 

10

35

Fellows lists 

10

63

Individual Applicant Record [Closed to the public] 

10

64

 

Seminar 

Box

Folder

Notices, 1978 – April 1984 

11

1

Notices, September 1984 – April 1986 

11

2

Transformation notices, 1985-1986 

11

3

Notices, September 1986 – 1989 

11

4

Papers [3] 

Beeman, Richard, n.d.[4] 

11

5

Bernstein, Jan, n.d.[5] 

11

6

Canny, Nicholas, 1985 

11

7

Casino, Joseph, 1982 

11

8

Davis, Susan G., 1983[6] 

11

9

Davis, Susan G., 1983 

11

10

Davis, Susan G., 1983 

11

11

Dunn, Richard S., 1981 

11

12

Dunn, Richard S., 1983 

11

13

Fisher, Elizabeth, 1983 

11

14

Frost, J. William, 1981 

11

15

Frost, J. William, 1984 

11

16

Heinshold, Janet, 1978[7] 

11

17

Henderson, Rodger Craige, 1983 

11

18

Hirsch, Alison, 1986 

11

19

Horn, James, 1986 

11

20

Innes, Stephen, 1984 

11

21

Isaac, Rhys, 1980 

11

22

Jennings, Francis, 1982 

11

23

Kukla, John, 1985 

11

24

Kulikoff, Allan, 1980 

11

25

Kulikoff, Allan, 1985 

11

26

Light, Dale, 1986 

11

27

Looby, Christopher, 1984 

11

28

Mackiewicz, Susan, 1986 

11

29

Mann, Bruce, 1989 

11

30

Masur, Louis P., 1984 

11

31

McCormick, Richard, 1982 

11

32

McLeod, Duncan, 1982 

11

33

McMahan, Michael, 1989[8] 

11

34

Merrill, Michael, 1983 

11

35

Murrin, John M., 1984 

11

36

Northrup, Ric, 1987 

11

37

Purvis, Thomas, 1986 

11

38

Richter, Daniel K., 1985 

11

39

Rotundo, Tony, n.d.[9] 

11

40

Salinger, Sharon, 1979 

11

41

Schweitzer, Mary M., 1983 (title page-chapter 2)[10] 

11

42

Schweitzer, Mary M., 1983 (chapter 3-chapter 4) 

11

43

Schweitzer, Mary M., 1983 (chapter 4-chapter 6) 

11

44

Schweitzer, Mary M., 1983 (chapter 7-conclusion)) 

11

45

Simler, Lucy, 1983 

11

46

Simler, Lucy, 1986 

11

47

Slaughter, Thomas P., 1982 

11

48

Sobel, Mechal, [1989] 

11

49

Tucker, Barbara M., 1984 

11

50

Wokeck, Marianne, 1981 

11

51

Zuckerman, Michael, 1985[11] 

11

52

 

Projects 

Box

Folder

Papers of William Penn Conference, 1968 

Correspondence, minutes, reports, 1959-1979, nd. 

12

1

Notes, miscellaneous 

12

2

Papers of William Penn Publication 

Correspondence, 1979 

12

3

Personnel — Recruitment, 1979 

12

4

Personnel — Applicants, 1979 

12

5

Personnel Records, 1978-1979 [Closed to the public] 

12

6

Personnel Records, 1978-1979 [Closed to the public] 

12

7

Personnel Records, 1978-1979 [Closed to the public] 

12

8

Personnel Records, 1978-1979 [Closed to the public] 

12

9

Proposed style sheet, 1979 

12

10

Stationary 

12

11

Publicity, 1977-1981 

12

12

Reception, 1983 

12

13

World of William Penn Conference, 1981 

Planning Correspondence (A-H), March 1981 

12

14

Planning Correspondence (J-R), March 1981 

12

15

Planning Correspondence (S-Z), March 1981 

12

16

Speaker lists 

12

17

Papers 

Edwin Bronner 

12

18

Nicholas Canny 

12

19

Richard Slator Dunn 

12

20

Melvin Endy 

12

21

J. William Frost 

12

22

Michael J. Galgano 

12

23

Francis Jennings 

12

24

J.R. Jones 

12

25

Ned Landsman 

12

26

Barry Levy 

12

27

J. Price 

12

28

Caroline Robbins 

12

29

Carole Shammas 

12

30

Margaret Spufford 

12

31

Joan Thirsk 

12

32

Richard T. Vann 

12

33

Program 

12

34

Requests for brochures and information 

12

35

Reservations 

12

36

Registration 

12

37

Registration folder 

12

38

Accommodations 

12

39

Banquet 

12

40

Public Relations 

12

41

Brochure 

12

42

Final Report 

12

43

World Turned Upside Down Conference, 1982 

12

44

The Founding of Pennsylvania Conference, 1982 

Correspondence, 1981-1982 

12

45

Papers — Laura L. Becker 

12

46

Papers — Hermann Wellenreuther 

12

47

Papers 

12

48

The Creation of the American Constitution Conference, 1984 

Planning Meeting, July 8, 1982 

12

49

Planning Committee — Curriculum Vitae 

12

50

Speakers — Curriculum Vitae 

12

51

Correspondence (A-H), 1982-1984 

12

52

Correspondence (K-M), 1982-1984 

12

53

Correspondence (O-Z), 1982-1984 

12

54

General information and brochure 

12

55

Program 

12

56

Public Relations, 1983-1984 

12

57

Accommodations 

12

58

Attenders list 

13

1

Registration letters 

13

2

Registration packets 

13

3

Final Report 

13

4

The Transformation of Philadelphia and the DelawareValley, 1750-1850 

Project Description 

13

5

Response to Proposal 

13

6

Bibliography on Rural Life in the Delaware Valley, 1982 

13

7

Bibliography on Philadelphia Economic Elite, n.d. 

13

8

Lecture and Reception, 1984 

13

9

Correspondence, 1985-1986 

13

10

Correspondence, 1987 

13

11

Correspondence, 1988 

13

12

Retrospective Conference, 1988 

13

13

Biographical Dictionary of Early Pennsylvania Legislators, 1986-1989 

13

14

Rosswurm Consortium for Philadelphia’s Social History 

13

15

 

Administrative 

Box

Folder

AHA directory and ORYX grant database, 1998-1999 

14

1

Alumni and friends address lists, 1994-1998 

14

2

Dunn, Richard S., reprints, 1956-1994 

14

3

Financial 

1998-2000 

14

4

1999, “Travel and entertainment expense report” 

14

5

Check copies, 1998-2000 

14

6

Check copies, 1999 

14

7

Check copies, 2000-2001 

14

8

Check copies, 2001-2002 

14

9

College of Arts and Sciences, Reimbursement request forms 

2002 

14

10

2002 June – October 

14

11

2002 Nov.- 2003 Feb. 

14

12

2003 Feb. – June 

14

13

2003 July – October 

14

14

2004 Jan. – June 

14

15

College of Arts and Sciences, Transaction and reimbursement request forms 

College of Arts and Sciences, Transaction and reimbursement request forms, 2001 Nov. – 2002 Feb. 

14

16

College of Arts and Sciences, Transaction request form, 2001 July – October 

14

17

Hopkins Fulfillment Service, invoice, 2002 

14

18

Seminar expenses, 2003 May – 2004 June 

14

19

Travel receipts of Richard Dunn, 1998-2000 

14

20

University of Pennsylvania Press bills, 1999 

14

21

Friends of MCEAS fund 

1999-2001 

14

22

Friends of PCEAS 

Gift and subscription transmittal, 1997 May – December 

14

23

Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, 2001 conference in Glasgow 

14

24

 

Dissertation fellowship applicants, 1991 

Box

Folder

 

Dissertation fellowship applicants, 1992 

Box

Folder

 

Dissertation fellowship applicants, 2002 

Box

Folder

 

Dissertation fellowship applicants, 2003 

Box

Folder

 

Dissertation fellowship applicants, 2004 

Box

Folder

 

Fellowship (post-doctoral) applicants, 2001 

Box

Folder

 

Fellowship (post-doctoral) applicants, 2002 

Box

Folder

 

Fellowship (post-doctoral) applicants, 2003 

Box

Folder

 

Fellowship (post-doctoral) applicants, 2004 

Box

Folder

 

Fellowship (dissertation) application 

Box

Folder

Acknowledgement letters, 2003 March 

17

63

 

Fellowship (post-doctoral) applicants 

Box

Folder

Roster, 2005-2006 

17

64

Acknowledgement letters, 2001 November 

17

65

Acknowledgement letters, 2002 November 

17

66

Appointment letters, 2003-2004 February 

17

67

Rejection letters, 2002 January – 2003 June 

17

68

 

Seminar papers 

Box

Folder

1980 Feb. 29, Murrin, John M. 

17

69

1981 May 15, Westerkamp, Marilyn J. 

17

70

1982 March 5, Casino, Joseph 

17

71

1982 March 5, Casino, Joseph 

17

72

1982 November, Rediker, Marcus 

17

73

1984 Jan. 20, Looby , Christopher 

17

74

1984 Jan. 30, Dauer, David E. 

17

75

1984 March 2, Meranze, Michael 

17

76

1984 Nov. 30, Davis, Susan G. 

17

77

1985 January, Simler, Lucy 

17

78

1985 Feb. 28, Nash, Gary E. 

17

79

1985 March 15, Waciega, Lisa Wilson 

17

80

1985 April 12, Lindstrom, Diana 

18

1

1985 April 26, Offutt, William 

18

2

1986 January 10, Dowd, Greg 

18

3

1986 March 21, MacKiewicz, Susan 

18

4

1986 May, Gough, Debbie 

18

5

1986 May, Simler, Lucy 

18

6

1986 Oct. 17, Bergstrom, Peter V. 

18

7

1986 Dec. 12, Hirsch, Alison Duncan 

18

8

1987 Jan. 16, Burnard, Trevor 

18

9

1987 Feb. 6, Northrup, Ric 

18

10

1987 Feb. 20, Norton, Mary Beth 

18

11

1987 March 6, Smith, Merril D. 

18

12

1987 March 27, Aylmer, G.E. 

18

13

1987 April 10, Rosenberg, Nancy F. 

18

14

1987 May 1, Bergengren, Charles 

18

15

1987 May 12, Mackiewicz, Susan 

18

16

1987 May 22, Isaac, Rhys 

18

17

1988 Oct. 21, Thompson, Peter 

18

18

1988 Dec. 16, Morgan, Gwenda 

18

19

1989 March 31, Smith, Billy G. 

18

20

1989 May 12, Elliott, J. H. 

18

21

1989 Sept. 15, Landsman, Ned C. 

18

22

1989 Oct. 20, Fogleman, Aaron 

18

23

1989 Nov. 17, Crowley, John E. 

18

24

1989 Dec. 1, Smith, Stephen A. 

18

25

1990 Jan., Farr, Gail E. 

18

26

1991 Dec. 6, Lindman, Janet Moore 

18

27

1991 Dec. 6, Lynch, John 

18

28

1992 April, Lynde, Adam Norman 

18

29

1993 January 15, Guelzo, Allen C. 

18

30

1993 January 29, Lubow, Lisa B. 

18

31

1993 February 12, Ditz, Toby L. 

18

32

1993 February 26, Taylor, Alan 

18

33

1993 March, Beiler, Rosalind J. 

18

34

1993 April 2, Prosser, Deborah I. 

18

35

1993 April 16, Ridner, Judith 

18

36

1993 April 30, Majewski, John 

18

37

1993 May 14, Demos, John 

18

38

1993 Sept. 10, Thompson, Peter 

18

39

1993 Sept. 24, Hemphill, C. Dallett 

18

40

1993 October, Bryant, Thane 

18

41

1993 Oct. 8, Smaby, Beverly Prior 

18

42

1993 Nov. 5, Selfa, John Bezis 

18

43

1993 Nov. 19, White, Richard 

18

44

1993 Dec. 3, Winship, Marion Nelson 

18

45

1994 Jan. Dauer, David E. 

18

46

1994 Jan. 14, Newman, Simon P. 

18

47

1994 Jan. 28, Brown, Kathleen M. 

18

48

1994 Feb. 10, Bryant, Thane 

18

49

1994 Feb. 11, Hart, John F. 

18

50

1994 Feb. 25, Onuf, Peter S. 

18

51

1994 March 18, Townsend, Camilla 

18

52

1994 April 1, Heyrman, Christine 

18

53

1994 April 1, Merritt, Jane T. 

18

54

1994 April, Pearson, James M. 

18

55

1994 May 13, Butler, Jon 

18

56

1994 Sept. 23, Slaughter, Thomas P. 

18

57

1994 October, McDonnell, Cathleen 

18

58

1994 Oct. 21, Knouff, Gregory T. 

18

59

1994 Nov. 4, Wokeck, Marianne S. 

18

60

1994 Nov. 18, Riordan, Liam 

18

61

1994 Dec. 2, Ben-Atar, Doron 

18

62

1994 Dec. 16, Little, Ann M. 

18

63

1995 Jan. 20, Salisbury, Neal 

18

64

1995 Feb. 3, Specht, Neva Jean 

18

65

1995 Feb. 17, Bodle, Wayne 

18

66

1995 March 3, Patrick-Stamp, Leslie 

18

67

1995 March 24, Cogan, Jacob Katz 

18

68

1995 April 4, Smith, Daniel Scott, and J. David Hacker 

19

1

1995 April 7, Main, Gloria L. 

19

2

1995 April 21, Ditz, Toby L. 

19

3

1995 April 21, Van Zandt, Cynthia J. 

19

4

1995 May 5, Stabile, Susan 

19

5

1996 Nov. 22, Newman, Paul Douglas 

19

6

1996 Dec. 6, McMahon, Lucia 

19

7

1997 Jan. 24, Jackson, Maurice 

19

8

1997 Feb. 7, Klooster, Wim 

19

9

1997 Feb. 21, Hancock, David 

19

10

1997 March 7, Bushnell, Amy Turner 

19

11

1997 March 21, O’Reilly, William 

19

12

1997 March 26, Hume, Brad D. 

19

13

1997 April 25, Keller, Patricia J. 

19

14

1997 May 16, Klepp, Susan E. and Karin A. Wulf 

19

15

1997 Sept. 12, Dorsey, Bruce 

19

16

1997 Sept. 26, Schroeder, Christopher D. 

19

17

1997 Oct. 10, Gronim, Sara S. 

19

18

1997 Oct. 24, Koschnik, Albrecht 

19

19

1997 Nov. 21, Larkin, Edward 

19

20

1997 Dec. 5, Otterness, Philip 

19

21

2002 November, Kerrison, Catherine 

19

22

 

Seminar papers, undated 

Box

Folder

1. Cultural Self-Identity 

19

23

2. The place of women in 18th-century America 

19

24

3. A papist in a protestant age 

19

25

4. A Forum for fear 

19

26

5. Runaway indentured servants 

19

27

6. Agriculture in colonial Maine 

19

28

7. A Study of the changing use of a north Philadelphia property 

19

29

8. Franklin and friends 

19

30

9. The Majesty’s perfidious enemies 

19

31

10. Nathaniel Ward 

19

32

11. Female fugitive slaves in Virginia 

19

33

12. A very flourishing school 

19

34

13. Turf wars 

19

35

14. Oliver Cromwell 

19

36

15. A pretty good notion of plantation affairs 

19

37

Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll 

19

38

Waciega, Lisa Wilson 

19

39

 

Seminar sign-in sheets 

Box

Folder

Sign-in Sheets 

1988-1992 

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40

1992-1993 

19

41

1994-1995 

19

42

1996-1998 

19

43

 

Seminar work-in-progress papers 

Box

Folder

2002 Jan. – March 

19

44

2003 Feb. and May 

19

45

 

Projects 

Box

Folder

Graduate Student Conference 

1999 Sept. 23-25, “Speaking in signs,” program and administrative correspondence 

19

46

2001 Sept. 21-22, “Spaces and places in early America,” preparation and expense reimbursements 

19

47

The Transformation of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, 1750-1850 

1984 Dec. 11, papers, Dauer, David 

19

48

1985 May, papers, Herbst, Lawrence A. 

19

49

1985 May, papers, Northup, Ric 

19

50

1986 May, Pointer, Richard W. 

19

51

1986 May, seminar schedule and notification letter 

19

52

1986 May, seminar, Dowd, Gregory 

19

53

1986 May, seminar, Andrews, Dee 

19

54

1987 May 10, Lawson-Peebles, Robert 

19

55

1987 May 10, Rosenberg, Nancy F. 

19

56

1987 May 11, Hunter, Judith A. 

19

57

1987 May 11, Simler, Lucy 

19

58

1987 May 12, Mackiewicz, Susan 

19

59

1987 May 13, Northrup, Ric 

19

60

1987 May 13, Wallock, Leonard 

19

61

1987 May, Bergengren, Charles 

20

1

1987 May, Burnard, Trevor 

20

2

1988 May 15-18, Bodle, Wayne 

20

3

1988 May 15-18, Lewis, Jan 

20

4

1988 May 15-18, Tien, Anita 

20

5

1988 May, Cleary, Patricia 

20

6

1988 May, Crane, Elaine Forman 

20

7

1988 May, Soderlund, Jean R. 

20

8

Year end conference, 1990 May, papers 

Farr, Gail E. 

20

9

Greenberg, Brian 

20

10

Griffith, Sally E. 

20

11

Rosenberg, Nancy F. 

20

12

Smith, Stephen A. 

20

13

Thompson, Peter 

20

14