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Department of History RecordsUPB 1.9H

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Summary Information

Prepared by
Kaiyi Chen
Preparation date
1998, 2001
Date [inclusive]
1910-1997
Extent
115.0 Cubic feet

PROVENANCE

Boxes 8A-104, were transferred to the University Archives 1956-1974. Boxes 1-10 were transferred to the University Archives in 1995, 1996 and 1997. Boxes 105-111 were transferred to the University Archives in 1996, 1997, 1999 and 2000.

ARRANGEMENT

Boxes 8A, 9A, 10A, and 11-104 have not been fully processed. A preliminary inventory for these unprocessed boxes is included in this guide.

Boxes 1-10 and 105-111 have been fully processed at the folder level. Boxes 1-10 are arranged alphabetically. These boxes include the following major groups of files: Administrative files, 1968-1993; Faculty files, 1949-1993; Faculty Senate files, 1983-1984, Graduate Student files, 1937-1962; Senior Honors Theses, 1981-1993; Student Financial Aid files, 1979-1990; and Subcommittee on Transfer Admissions files, 1978-1980. Boxes 105-111 also have been arranged alphabetically.

AGENCY HISTORY

The University Catalogue for 1893 is the first which described a Department of History as an administrative unit in the College. John Bach McMaster was the first Chairman of the department. A faculty consisting of four professors and one instructor taught courses in American History, American Constitutional History, Economic and Financial History of the United States, Political History of the United States since the Civil War, European History, Renaissance and Reformation, Medieval History, and Roman History. The same faculty also taught advanced history courses in the Department of Philosophy, the forerunner of the Graduate School of the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to major courses, a course in Church History was offered to graduate students taking history as a minor. The faculty awarded Penn’s first Ph.D. in History in 1891. The faculty first appeared as a departmental administrative unit in the Department of Philosophy in 1897.

The range of interest of the History faculty has expanded enormously in the past century as seen in the courses offered by the Department. In the early decades of this century, the subjects of instruction were broadened to include architectural history, history of religion, and social, economic, cultural and intellectual histories. In recent decades, new fields or sub-fields have been added, among them early or colonial American history, world history, area and international relations studies, ethnic and racial studies, notably Black history, history of science and medicine, and women studies. Today, history courses virtually cover all major world areas and aspects of human life from ancient time to the present. These courses are available from introductory lectures to advanced graduate seminars. Currently, the size of the standing faculty of the Department is approximately forty.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

Boxes 8A to 104, dating from 1910 to 1970, have not been fully processed.

Boxes 1 to 10 document the development of the Department of History from 1949 to the present. The Administrative files include course offerings of the Department, budgets, various programs, and the search committee files for the Meyerhoff Visiting Professorship, 1986-1992. The Faculty files consist of employment and appointment documents of faculty members. The Faculty Senate files include records of the Faculty Senate Executive Committee as well as general correspondence. The Graduate Student files consist of two parts–Ph. D. program, 1944-1960 and M.A. program, 1937-1962. Senior Honors Theses are papers done by students participating in the Senior Honors program from 1981 to 1993.

Boxes 105-111 consist of three parts–faculty position search, student files, and senior honors theses. The faculty position search includes the African-American History Faculty Search of 1993-1995, the Chinese History Faculty Search of 1993-1994, the European Economic History Faculty Search of 1993, the European Intellectual History Faculty Search of 1993, the Japanese History Faculty Search of 1992-1993, and the U.S. Women’s History Faculty Search of 1994. The student files include records of over 140 students dating from 1955 to 1997.

Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
University of Pennsylvania. — General subdivision–Faculty.;
Occupation(s)
Historians–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.
Subject(s)
History–Study and teaching (Higher)–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.

Inventory

 

Administrative files, 1968-1993 

Box

Folder

Benjamin Franklin Professors, 1968-1971 

1

1

Bicentennial College, 1974-1976 

1

2

Black Studies, 1968-1969 

1

3

Budget, 1987-1988 

1

4

Budget, Planning, 1979-1983 

1

5

Budget, Planning, 1987-1988 

1

6

Budget, Preliminary, 1985-1986 

1

7

Budget, Preliminary, 1986-1987 

1

8

Census report, preliminary, 1991 

1

9

College of General Studies course offerings, 1982-1986 

1

10

College of General Studies course offerings, 1986-1987 

1

11

College of General Studies course offerings, 1987-1988 

1

12

College of General Studies course offerings, 1988-1989 

1

13

College of General Studies course offerings, 1989-1990 

1

14

College of General Studies course offerings, 1988-1989 

1

15

Current expense budget, 1989-1990 

1

16

Current expense budget, 1990-1991 

1

17

Current expense budget, 1991-1992 

1

18

Department of American Civilization review, External Review Committee, 1988 

1

19

Department of American Civilization review, Internal Review Committee, 1979-1986 

1

20

Department of American Civilization review, Review Committee, 1987-1988 

1

21

Faculty of Arts and Science Development Advisory Board, 1974-1976 

1

22

Faculty seminars, 1983 

1

23

Faculty studies in the Van Pelt Library, 1977-1991 

1

24

Financial aid to graduate students, 1987 

1

25

“Five Year Report to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences” by Vartan Gregorian, 1980 Oct. 24 

1

26

History Department Lounge, 1984 

1

27

Honoraria, 1989-1990 

1

28

Job Opportunities, 1983 

1

29

John L. Shover Memorial Fund, 1977 

1

30

John M. Olin Faculty Fellowship, 1992 

1

31

Meyerhoff Visiting Professorship, 1986-1990 

1

32

Meyerhoff Visiting Professorship, 1990-1992 

1

33

Meyerhoff Visiting Professorship, 1991, Application files 

1

34-38

Meyerhoff Visiting Professorship, 1991, Application files (cont.) 

2

1

Meyerhoff Visiting Professorship, Search Committee, 1991 

2

2, 3

Nassau Fund, 1989-1993 

2

4

National Council for Soviet and East European Research, 1991-1992 

2

5

NEH application for the Germany and Russian Conference, 1991 

2

6

Personnel, Hannah P. Gorman, 1979-1991 

2

7

Purchasing News of Note, 1983-1984 

2

8

Richard Shryock Lecture series, 1940-1990 

2

9

SAS Audio-visual Center charges, 1984 

2

10

Space distribution, 1988 

2

11

Tutorial semester, 1973-1974 

2

12

Undergraduate Programs in History, Description, n.d. 

2

13

Block, Sharon, Tape, 1990 (oversize, stored in Box 10) 

2

14

Committee on Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid, 1979-1980 

2

15

Committee on Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid, 1980-1981 

2

16

Curriculum, History 153 and Urban Study 104, Reading material, 1988 

2

17

Faculty files, 1949-1993, A – Ca 

2

18-40

16438 Faculty files, 1949-1993, Cl – Kar 

3

1 to 45

23743 Faculty files, 1949-1993, Kat – W 

4

1 to 65

Faculty files, 1949-1993, Y – Z 

5

1 to 3

Faculty Senate, 1983-1984, 1983 

5

4

Faculty Senate, 1983-1984, 1983-1984 

5

5

Faculty Senate, 1983-1984, 1984-1985 

5

6

Faculty Senate, 1983-1984, Senate Executive Committee, 1983 

5

7

Faculty Senate, 1983-1984, Senate Executive Committee, 1984 Jan. – 1984 Feb. 

5

8

Faculty Senate, 1983-1984, Senate Executive Committee, 1984 March 

5

9

Faculty Senate, 1983-1984, Senate Executive Committee, 1984 May 

5

10

 

Graduate student files 

Box

Folder

M.A. program, 1937-1962 

5

25

Ba-Bi 

5

26

Bl-By 

5

27

Ca-Cl 

5

28

Co-Cu 

5

29

5

30

5

31

5

32

Ga-Gl 

5

33

Go-Gr 

5

34

Ha-He 

5

35

Ho-Hu 

5

36

5

37

5

38

5

39

5

40

Ma-Me 

5

41

Mi-Mu 

5

42

5

43

5

44

5

45

5

46

Ra-Ri 

5

47

Ro-Ru 

5

48

Sa-Se 

5

49

Sh-Si 

5

50

Sm-Sw 

5

51

6

1

U-V 

6

2

6

3

6

4

Ph. D. dissertation, Shay, Ralph Stanton, “Italy’s Loyalty to the Triple Alliance, 1900-1902” 

(I) 

6

5

(II) 

6

6

Ph. D. program, 1944-1960 

6

7

6

8

6

9

6

10

6

11

6

12

6

13

6

14

6

15

6

16

6

17

6

18

6

19

Mac-Mc 

6

20

Mars 

6

21

Mart 

6

22

Mic 

6

23

Mir 

6

24

Mor 

6

25

Na 

6

26

Ned 

6

27

Nel 

6

28

Nel 

6

29

New 

6

30

Ni 

6

31

No 

6

32

O-P 

6

33

Ph 

6

34

Pi 

6

35

Poo 

6

36

Pou 

6

37

Pru 

6

38

Pur 

6

39

6

40

6

41

Ra 

6

42

Re 

6

43

Rum 

6

44

Rut 

6

45

6

46

Sch 

6

47

Sco 

6

48

Se 

6

49

Sha 

6

50

She 

6

51

 

Senior Honors Thesis, 1981-1993 

Box

Folder

Aledort, Julia, “French Catholic Theology in the Twentieth Century: The Crisis of De-Christianization,” 1991 

6

52

Allen, David T., “Military Education at the University of Pennsylvania: 1916-1942,” 1991 

6

53

Angelides, Peter A., “The Decline of Private Transit in Philadelphia: a History of Public Transportation in Philadelphia, 1940-1970,” 1987 

6

54

Benowitz, David, “The Urban Explorer: E. Leslie Gilliams,” 1991 

6

55

Bernhard, Jason Ruggles, “The Liturgical Movement and Architecture at Coventry and Ronchamp: Two Studies,” 1988 

7

1

Binder, William D., “William Cullen and Insanity: the Psychological and Physiological Aspects of Mental Disorder,” 1981 

7

2

Boulton, Lukas, “Luther and the Democratic Spirit,” 1989 

7

3

Brown, Gregory S., “Glowing Persuasion,” 1990 

7

4

Bueno, K. Frances, “The General Practitioners of England: a Struggle for Professional Consolidation and Status during the Nineteenth Century,“ 1988 

7

5

Burke, Arthur J., “The British Guarantee to Poland after Fifty Years: A Reappraisal,” 1989 

7

6

Catterall, W. Douglas, “Late Medieval Tottenham and Yeadon: Land, Family and Community in Transition,” 1989 

7

7

Cawley, James Francis, “Brandt’s Ostpolitik and Christian Democratic Reaction: 1969-1973,” 1991 

7

8

Chang, Cherry, “The Liberal Party and Sir Edward Grey: the Demise of a Liberal Foreign Policy, 1906-1914,” 1991 

7

9

Cohen, Daniel, “The History of the Peoples of the Bay Islands,” 1991 

7

10

Cohen, Jonathan, “The Lion and the Leprechaun: a Study of Southern Ireland’s Neutrality during World War Two,” 1990 

7

11

Copeland, Ann, “The Influence of Grand Tours of Continental Europe on English Architecture in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century, “ 1990 

7

12

Cowell, Janet R., “African Students in China, 1960-1990,” 1990 

7

13

Csejtey, Rita J., “The Third Way in Hungary: The Populist Movement,” 1990 

7

14

Darmawi, Fay, “Soho and the Marais: an Analysis of two Cultural Districts, ” 1988 

7

15

David, Margaret, “Soviet Women + Glasnost = Feminism? Da? or Nyet?” 1989 

7

16

Deener, Elisa T., “A Libertarian-Authoritarian Dialectic: an Intellectual History of Israel’s Jurisprudence of Free Expression,” 1990 

7

17

Department of History, “A Guide to the Thirty-seven Senior Honors Theses,“ 1993 

7

18

Eichenwald, Helene M., “The History of Willow Grove Park,” 1991 

7

19

El-Faizy, Monique, “Socialist Realism in Literature during the Khrushchev Era,” 1989 

7

20

Feuer, Scott Nolan, “South Sea Bubble of 1720: Literary Responses to Financial Disaster,” 1989 

7

21

Fitzgerald, L. Clair, “The Rise of the Front Natinal and the Le Pen Phenomenon,” 1990 

7

22

Foote, Ray Ashbridge, “England’s Cultural Industrial Revolution: Images of the Machine at the Great Exhibition of 1851,” 1986 

7

23

Fox, Genevieve, “The First Crusade: Bohemond I and the Failure of Urban II’s Plans,” 1988 

7

24

Fox, Robert, “The Smallpox Epidemic of 1880-1881: a Microcosm of Philadelphia Society,” 1982 

7

25

Glaser, Peter M., “Public Employees in Danbury, Connecticut: Job Satisfaction and Job Performance in an Environment of Urban Growth,” 1988 

7

26

Goldberg, Cara A., “Tolerance Vs Regulation: Assessing the Problem of British Child Labor Legislation, 1800-1844,” 1991 

7

27

Gould, Kenneth, “Paul Whiteman: King of Jazz,” 1991 

8

1

Hanford, Seth Lovejoy, “Different Directions: The Changing Relationship between the University of Pennsylvania and the City of Philadelphia during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries,” 1991 

8

2

Horowitz, Steven, “The Trenton School System, 1950 to 1980: a Case Study in the Decline of Urban Education,” 1992 and Canterbury Cathedral,” 1988 April 

8

3

Jackson, Katherine T., “The Causal Relationship between Gothic Architecture, Saint Veneration and Pilgrimage: an Historical, and Iconographic Study of the Basilica of St. Denis 

8

4

Kaplan, Deborah M., “The Development of the Resort Community in Atlantic City, New Jersey,” 1991 

8

5

Kelly, Andrea Elizabeth, “Generational Goals, Class Constraints: Youth and Student Participation in the Spanish Civil War,” 1989 

8

6

Kerber, Ross, “Speaking to Power: Four Skeptics from the Early Twentieth Century,“ 1989 

8

7

King, Nicholas, “The Pathology of Virtue: Medical Images of in Turn-of-the-century Britain,” 1991 

8

8

Kobrin, Janet S., “Please Teacher, May We Go on with the Air Raid?” 1989 

8

9

Kwartin, Meredith, “Russo-Turkish Relations, 1917-1923,” 1989 

8

10

Lande, David, “Origins of the Soviet Jewish Emigration Movement: Reasons for Leaving the USSR,” 1989 

8

11

LeBovidge, Andrew Jay, “Racial Motivation and Empire: Case Study–India,” 1991 

8

12

Lisker, Marc Russell, “The Racial Hygiene Movement in Germany, 1895-1933: in Theory, Based on Evolution and Biology; in Practice merged with Nazi Anti-Semitism to Facilitate Mass Murder,” 1990 

8

13

List of Senior Honors Students, 1981-1991 

8

14

London, Charles, “The Sea Dogs as an Alternative Instrument of Elizabethan Policy,“ 1988 

8

15

Lowe, Joan L., “Colonial Gender Discourse and the Delaware Indians,”1991 

8

16

Marks, Jan Philip, “The Interaction of Industry and Labor in the Determination of Strike Patterns: Germany, Great Britain, and France, 1895-1975,” 1990 

8

17

Marshall, Cynthia, “The Images in French Political events, ideology, and ceremony,” 1981 

8

18

Miller, Adam, “Diplomatic Perception: A Perceptual Analysis of Pre-War Foreign Policy,” 1991 

8

19

Miller, Jane R., “Commercial Education in Philadelphia Public High Schools during the Progressive Era,” 1991 

8

20

Moffat, M. David, “Forestry in Nigeria: Exploitation and Management, 1900-1939,” 1991 

8

21

Oakleaf, Zoe Durilla, “Poverty in Leicester at the Turn of the Century, 1904-1912,” 1982 

8

22

Polishook, Adrienne, “Public Health and the Medical Profession in France’s Third Republic: Influences on and Outcomes of the Public Health Law of 1902 and the Loi Chevandier,” 1989 

8

23

Redstone, Laura, “Early Electric Utility Development in Philadelphia: 1876-1896,” 1991 

8

24

Ryan, Paula Terese, “A Soldier in Politics: Philippe Pétain, 1918-1940,“ 1990 

8

25

San Miguel, Alejandro , “The Causes of the Crimean War: a Study in the Failure of the Concert of Europe,” 1990 

9

1

Schaedle, Michael B., “Christopher St. German: A Man of the Inns,” 1989 

9

2

Schneider, Daniel, “The British Labour Party and Germany, 1933-1939,” 1982 

9

3

Schneyer, Mark, “The Cases of C. Marion Kohn: Poor Jewish Workers and Family Crises, 1915,” 1986 

9

4

Schuman, Michael, “Communalism as a Weapon: Congress (I) and the 1984 Lok Sabha Election,” 1990 

9

5

Schwedel, H. Andrew, “Rebirth of a Nation: the United States in Germany, 1947-1949,” 1991 

9

6

Seagroatt, Heather, “The Functions of Rape in Medieval England,” 1991 in the Conflict,” 1989 

9

7

Shaikh, Alzaz R., “I. F. Stone, 1935-1953, The Struggles of a Radical Journalist in the Declining Left,” 1991 

9

9

Sielucka, Paul, “From Enemy Propaganda to Foreign Policy: R. W. Seton-Watson, Henry Wickham Steed and the Formation of Nationality Policy in World War One,” 1989 

9

10

Smukler, Kenneth Lasch, “The Origins of Private Penance,” 1982 

9

11

Steinfeld, Lauren, “Hostile Allies–the Relationship Between Charles de Gaule and the French Communist Party, 1941-1958,” 1989 April 

9

12

Sturm, Joy, “National Interest: the Impetus in Britain’s Issuing the Balfour Declaration,” 1989 

9

13

Sur, Chris, “Springtime and Surrealism in Paris: the Situationist International and the French Student-Worker Revolts of May-June 1968,“ 1989 

9

14

Tuttle, Courtney A., “The Crédit Mobilier,” 1990 

9

15

Ueda, Tomoko, “Fascist Ideologies in Japan and France: Traditionalist and Modernist Types of Fascist Conservatism,” 1989 

9

16

Varady, Desmond P., “A Social History of the North American Phalanx,” 1987 

9

17

Vasiloff, Jennifer A., “An Academic Community Examines a Crisis in its Midst: Interpretations of the May 1968 Revolt by French Scholars,” 1981 

9

18

Warden, Anne E., “The Universality of Anti-War Opinion in the French Press, 1936-1939, “ 1990 

9

19

Ware, Cynthia J., “The Acceptance of England’s First Secular University During the Evangelical Revival: an Explanation,” 1990 

9

20

Weinman, Yael, “Nazi Persecution of the Gypsies: a Matter of Race,” 1990 

9

21

Wissert, David M., “The League for the Preservation of American Independence, Inc.,” 1991 

9

22

Wurtzel, Mark A., “Would you Believe? A Genre Study of Television’s Spy Series,” 1991 

9

23

Yi, Edward Kwang, “The Stabilization Policies of 1923-1924 and the Destabilization of the Weimar Political System: an Analysis of Economic and Political Developments of the Weimar Republic from 1920 to 1929,” 1989 

9

24

Zuckerman, Heidi Ellen, “Visions of Nihilism and Illusions of Hope: the British Punk Movement, 1975-1977,” 1989 

9

25

 

Student financial aid, 1979-1990 

Box

Folder

9

26

9

27

9

28

9

29

9

30

9

31

9

32

9

33

W-X 

9

34

 

Subcommittee on Transfer admissions, 1978-1980 

Box

Folder

1978-1981 

10

1

Report on Non-U. S. Citizen Transfer, 1979-1980 

10

2

Report, statistics, and background material, 1978-1981 

10

3

Transfer Program, a report, 1980 

10

4

University Council, 1983 

10

5

University Council, 1984 

10

6

 

Personal Correspondence 

Box

Folder

1926-1934 

 8A

 

1935-1938 

 9A

 

1939-1943 (July) 

 10A

 

1943 July-1948 Sept. A-R 

 11

 

1946-1948, S-Z 

 12

 

1950 June – 1951 July 

 12

 

 

Administrative Correspondence 

Box

Folder

Penn. Historical Commission 1941-1942 

 13

 

Soc. for Amer. Stud. of Mid. Atlantic States 1940-1947 

 14

 

American Assoc. for State and Local History 

 14

 

Comptroller, 1938-1939, re: faculty research grants to R. F. Nichols 

 14

 

Curriculum Comm. Women’s College, 1935-1941 

 14

 

Amer. Civ. Correspondence, 1935-1940 

 14

 

Curriculum Comm. Questionnaire 

 14

 

Curriculum Comm. Wharton 

 14

 

Curriculum Comm. 1936-1938 

 14

 

Course on Marriage (outlines) to RFN from Virginia Kinsman, Personnel Officer, CW 

 14

 

Coordination Committee 

 14

 

Second Term, 1939-1940, Exam Schedule 

 14

 

Administrative Correspondence, 1939-1940 

 14

 

Curriculum Comm. Questionnaire 

 14

 

Curriculum Comm. Wharton 

 14

 

Curriculum Comm. 1936-1938 

 14

 

Course on Marriage (outlines) to RFN from Virginia Kinsman, Personnel Officer, CW 

 14

 

Coordination Committee 

 14

 

Second Term, 1939-1940, Exam Schedule 

 14

 

Administrative Correspondence, 1939-1940 

 14

 

Administrative Correspondence, 1929 

 14

 

1937 A.H.A. Program 

 14

 

1939 A.H.A. Printing 

 14

 

1941, A.H.A. Annual Meeting 

 14

 

1940 Dissertation Committee 

 14

 

1936 Faculty Res. 

 14

 

1938 Executive Comm. of Grad, School 

 14

 

1939-1940, Educational Council 

 14

 

Hist. Dept. Meeting, 10/23/46 

 15

 

Agenda Hist. Dept. Meeting 1/22/1947 

 15

 

Science History, 1944-1945 

 15

 

Columbia, 1944-1945 

 15

 

Columbia University Summer School, 1945 

 15

 

Oregon Summer Session 1941 

 15

 

Christmas Party A.H.A. Dec., 1946 

 15

 

Christmas Meeting, A.H.A., 1946 

 15

 

A.H.A. 1944-1947 

 15

 

Correspondence, 1945-1946 

 15

 

Doctoral Reports, 1945-1946 

 15

 

Fellowships and Scholarships, 1946-1947 

 15

 

Morrow Correspondence, (Copy to RFN) 

 15

 

Proposed Changes in Admission Requirements to the Grad Sch. 

1933-1934, CWA Project 

 15

 

1937, Bloom Correspondence (with RFN) 

 15

 

1935, “March of Time” 

 15

 

Kammerman 

 15

 

Patriotic Societies 

 15

 

Phi Beta Kappa, Women 

 15

 

Masters Essays 

 15

 

Reorganization of the Graduate School 

 15

 

Historians’ Club 

 15

 

Schoolman’s Week 

 15

 

Pure Food 

 15

 

Radio 

 15

 

Minutes of the History Department, 1924 March 10 to 1952 April 2 (Gift of Dr. Jeanette Nichols, 1970 Dec. 16) 

 15

 

1939 Northwestern Summer Session 

 15

 

1939 Hamrick, Northwestern Summer Session 

 15

 

Movie (re: educational movie collaboration with – Hoagland and C. de Mille) 

 15

 

1932, Hotel Roosevelt Conference on Graduate Study 

 15

 

1931, Ossining Conference 

 15

 

1935-1940 SSRC (Social Science Research Council), Cheyney’s Committee on Freedom of Inquiry 

 15

 

1935-1940 SSRC (Social Science Research Council), Secondary School Committee 

 15

 

Wrapped package: “property of Dr. Roy F. Nichols–SSRC” 

16

1

SSRC, and “Problems and Policy” material 1943-1946 

16

2

History 8, 1925-1928 

 17

 

History 8T, 1925-1926 

 17

 

History 32, 1925-1926 

 17

 

History 45, 1927 Grade Book 

 17

 

1934-1935 “Comprehensive Exams” 

 17

 

Bibliography and other materials for History majors 

 17

 

1936 Questions on History: College Entrance Exam Board 

 17

 

History 48 and 48T, 1926-1927 

 17

 

History 45, 1925-1927 

 17

 

Acts of Congress 1791 

 17

 

University Committee on Valley Forge, 1930 

 17

 

Committee on Future Council Leadership, SSRC 

 17

 

SSRC 20 Year Report 1944 

 17

 

Peace Research 1943 

 17

 

Committee on Guide to Local History, 1942-1945 

 17

 

SSRC Nominating Committee 1945 

 17

 

Nichols (Chairman) correspondence 1935-1937 

 17

 

Applications for Assistantships 

 17

 

Letters re: Leaves of Absence 

 17

 

Received from History Department, 1960 Jan. 19: Thesis topics, 1927-1949 

 17

 

Received from History Department, 1960 Jan. 19: Copies of Ph.D. Exams for J. F. Lewis, Jr., Taylor, H. Hoskins, Barth, Manson, Manhart, S. Karraker, W. L. Tsee, and Baker 

 17

 

Prof. Ames Correspondence 1915-1918 

 18

 

Mr. Bowden 1917-1918 

 18

 

Grade Reports 1917 

 18

 

Miscellaneous Correspondence: Van Nostrand, Ames, Hamer, Lingelbach 1917-1918 

 18

 

Letters to the Secretary or referred to him, filed by date. 9/1915-6/1918 

 18

 

Leland Local Committee 

 18

 

Local Committee shorthand reports, AHA 1917-1918 

 18

 

Local Committee shorthand reports, Correspondence 

 18

 

1915-1916 General Correspondence re: course credit 

 18

 

Pennsylvania Federation of Historical Societies 

 18

 

Pennsylvania History Club 

 18

 

Ames Correspondence: 1926-1931; 9/32-1/33 McKinley Correspondence: 

 18

 

1922-1925 

 18

 

Translations and Reprints Correspondence, 1917-1921 

 18

 

Accounts regarding Translations and Reprints. 

 18

 

McKinley Correspondence re: Historians Club 1916-1917 

 19

 

McKinley Correspondence, 1925-1930 

 19

 

Sioussat Correspondence, 1921-1929 

 19

 

 

Lingelbach Correspondence 

Box

Folder

1917-1925 

 20

 

1925-1928 

 21

 

1929-1930 

 22

 

1931 (A-L) 

 22

 

1931, M – Z 

 23

 

1932 

 23

 

1933, A – L 

 23

 

1933, M – Z 

 24

 

1934 

 24

 

1935, A – L 

 24

 

1935, M – Z 

 25

 

1935, Columbia Summer Session 

 25

 

1936 

 25

 

1937, A – L 

 25

 

1937, M – Z 

 26

 

1938 

 26

 

1939 

 26

 

1937-1938, unanswered correspondence 

 26

 

1938 Columbia University Summer 

 26

 

A.H.A. Material, Publications, General Committee Correspondence 

 27

 

A.H.A. Material, Publications, Mr. Andrews 

 27

 

A.H.A. Material, Publications, General Committee Correspondence 

 27

 

A.H.A. Material, Publications, Mr. Leland 

 27

 

Departmental Business: Courses, 1932-1933 Summer School 

 27

 

Departmental Business: Courses, 1932-1935 Departmental 

 27

 

A.H.A. 1929-1930 

 27

 

A.H.A. 1931-1932 

 27

 

1932 Departmental Business 

 27

 

1933 History Club 

 27

 

1933 History I 

 27

 

American Council of Learned Societies, 1930 

 27

 

American Council of Learned Societies, 1932 

 27

 

American Council of Learned Societies, 1939 

 27

 

Dr. L., President 1938, A.C.L.S. 

 27

 

1938-1939 “Press” Re: Publications 

 27

 

April 15, 1939 Meeting, A.C.L.S. 

 27

 

1938-1939 A.C.L.S. 

 27

 

1938-1939 Amer. Phil. Soc. 

 27

 

1947 Candidates for Higher Degrees 

 27

 

1936-1937 

Lingelbach chairman 

 27

 

Application for assistantships 

 27

 

Briggs correspondence 

 27

 

Assistantship correspondence 

 27

 

Letters concerning instructorships 

 27

 

Hisher or Loehr, Masters 

 27

 

Department notes, correspondence on Heindel’s appointment to instr. 

 27

 

Notes on department policy 

 27

 

1937-1938 

Unanswered correspondence 

 27

 

Valley Forge 

 27

 

Amer. Acad. Pol. and Soc. Science 

 27

 

I.I.E., Comm. Univ. Contracts, 

 27

 

Coun. For. Affairs 

 27

 

Soc. St. Sch. Curr.Comm. 

 27

 

 

Lingelbach Material 

Box

Folder

1933 Wistar Party 

 28

 

1939 Stang (From Institute for Comparative Research) 

 28

 

1911-1914 Public Archives Commission 

 28

 

1928-1929 AHA, ACLS, APS 

 28

 

1932-1934 AHA, 

 28

 

1935 AHA 

 28

 

1930-1934 American Philosophical Soc. 

 28

 

1935-1936 APS 

 28

 

1937 APS 

 28

 

1937 American Council of Learned Societies 

 28

 

1933 ACLS 

 28

 

1934 ACLS 

 28

 

1936 ACLS 

 28

 

An examination in Modern Europe History, written by Maynard C. Krueger (referred to W. L.) 

 28

 

1931-1937 Educational Council to Oct. 1949: Dr. LaMonte’s recommendations of graduate students 

 29

 

1936 Correspondence re: appointment of Dr. Whitaker 

 29

 

Lingelbach: 1930-1937 University Press Corresp. 

 29

 

Lingelbach: 1915-1916 Geographical society Corres. 

 29

 

Lingelbach: 1934-1937 Ferrin (Appleton-century) 

 29

 

1911 Authorization for Hist. Dept. appointment 

 29

 

1911 Hist. Dept. letters re: appointment in Ancient Hist. Esp. Blake 

 29

 

1911-1912 Howland and McMaster Corr. 

 29

 

1911-1912 Hist. Dept. notes on salary, budget. 

 29

 

1911, 1912 Misc. course catalogues from other Universities 

 29

 

1911-1914 Ames Corr. re: Public Archives Comm and bill to provide for standard inks, etc. 

 29

 

Acts and Proceedings, Penn Fed. of Hist Soc. 1908, 1912-19l4 

 29

 

1910-1912 Fourth Bien. Rpt. N. Carolina Hist. Comm. 

 29

 

1939, 1945, 1946, 1948: Applications and Correspondence Regarding summer school teaching 

 30

 

1945-1946, 1948, 1949: Applications for assistantships. 

 30

 

1945-1946 Applications for teaching positions 

 30

 

1945-1946 Army Specialized Training Program 

 30

 

1920 Grades and Correspondence for History 1-8,12, 13, 17-19, 21-28, 30, 35, 41, 44 

 30

 

1919: Correspondence between G. M. Philips, principal of West Chester State Normal School and the History Dept. re: staff to teach at West Chester. 

 30

 

1920 Inquiries and Correspondence re: College Courses for Teachers. 

 30

 

Dr. S. Sioussat, misc. papers, correspondence, etc., pertaining to his courses 

 31

 

Summer School – grade sheets, 1951-1955 

 32

 

Summer School – grade sheets, 1945-1950 

 32

 

Grade sheets 1955-1956, Hist. 539-792 

 32

 

Grade sheets 500-700, 1949-1953 

 32

 

CGS – Grade Sheets, 1949-1952 (l0C, 20C, 30C, 26C, 45C, 50C, 60C, 70C, 149C, 165C, 173C, 185C, 192C (1946-1952)) 

 32

 

History Department Master’s Examinations, 1940-1949 

 33

 

Copies of Master’s Examinations, 1926-1939 

 33

 

Master’s Examinations and results, 1950- July 1954 

 33

 

Hist. dept. majors who have graduated or dropped out 

 34, 35, 36

 

Thomas C. Cochran-Graduate Graduate Correspondence, 1960-1962 

 37

 

Thomas C. Cochran – Personal Correspondence, 1960-1963, A – E 

 37

 

Thomas C. Cochran – Personal Correspondence, 1960-1963, F – Z 

 38

 

Thomas C. Cochran – Personal Correspondence, 1953-1954 

 39

 

Thomas C. Cochran – Personal Correspondence, 1954-1955 

 39

 

Ames Fund, 1953-1954 

 39

 

Article National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. 

 39

 

Behavioral Research Council 1953-1954 

 39

 

Book Reviews, 1953-1954 

 39

 

Cole, Arthur H. 

 39

 

Committee on Research in Economic History Educational Policy Committee, 1953-1954 

 39

 

Educational Council-Reports of Meetings, 1953-1954 

 39

 

Economic History-General Correspondence as Chairman 

 39

 

T. C. Cochran, Personal Correspondence-1953-1955 

 39

 

Economic History Fellowships, 1954-1955 

 39

 

Entrepreneurial History Session, AHA meeting, Chicago, 1953 

 39

 

Festschrift for Arthur Cole 

 39

 

Ford Foundation-Bernard Berelson 

 39

 

Graduate School Division of Social Sciences, 1953-1954 

 39

 

Historiographical Committee 1953-1954 SSRC 

 39

 

Correspondence of Journal of Economic History 

 39

 

National Records Management Council, 1953-1954 Senate, U. of Penna. 1953-1954 

 39

 

Personal Correspondence (Dr. T. C. Cochran), 1951-1952 

 40

 

Grade Sheets: 89C, 1954 

 40

 

Grade Sheets: 185C, 1952-1963 

 40

 

Grade Sheets: 70C, 1952-1954 

 40

 

Grade Sheets: 96C, Dr. Bining 1952-1957 

 40

 

Grade Sheets: 96C, Dr. Nichols 1957-1960 

 40

 

Grade Sheets: 65, Dr. Rogers 1953-1956 

 40

 

Grade Sheets: 65, Dr. Weigley 1956-1958 

 40

 

Grade Sheets: 65, Dr. Keller 1958-1959 

 40

 

Grade Sheets: 72, 1950-1958 Nichols, Davies, and Weigley 

 40

 

Thomas C. Cochran–Personal Correspondence, 1952-1953; 1954-1955 

 45

 

American Civilization Report on 510S 1953 Summer 

 45

 

American Civilization Correspondence, 1953-1954 

 45

 

American Civilization–General Correspondence 

 45

 

American Studies Scholarship/Fellowship Aid 

 45

 

Committee on Archives 

 45

 

Behavioral Research Council, 1954-1955 

 45

 

Bibliography, Thomas C. Cochran, Oct. 1956 

 45

 

Book Reviews, 1954-1955 

 45

 

Committee on Research of Economic History–Entrepreneurial Center–Harvard 1954-1955 

 45

 

Committees, U. of Penna. 1954-1955 

 45

 

Commonwealth Lectures–London 

 45

 

Economic History–General Correspondence as Chairman, 1954-1955 

 45

 

James Ferguson–candidate in Economic History 

 45

 

Exams given by T. C. Cochran 

 45

 

Ford Foundation, 1954-1955 

 45

 

Ford Foundation –Bernard Berelson, 1955-1956 

 45

 

Journal of Economic History–1954-1955 

 45

 

David Landis Cole Book –1955 

 45

 

National Records Management Council–1954-1955 

 45

 

Puerto Rico Trip–1954-1955 

 45

 

Social Science Division of the Graduate School– Nominating Committee, 1954-1955 

 45

 

Social Science Research Council, NYC 

 46

 

Senate–University of Penna. 1954-1955 

 46

 

Summer Research Seminar 

 46

 

Committee on Wharton School Dean–1954-1955 

 46

 

Term Teaching Records Fall 1940-Summer 1955 

 46

 

Term Teaching Records ** Mr. Macfarlane 

 46

 

Appointments and Recommendations 1927-1928 

 46

 

Fellowships Elsewhere 

 46

 

Vacancies Elsewhere 

 46

 

Registration for first term 1926-1927 

 46

 

Registration for 2nd term 1925-1926 

 46

 

Thomas C. Cochran–Personal Correspondence, 1952-1953 — 1954-1955 

 48

 

American Civilization Fellowships, 1954-1955, 1955-1956 

 48

 

American Sociological Meetings, Sept. 3-5,1952, McKelvey paper on Urbanism 

 48

 

Book Reviews, 1952-1953 

 48

 

Economic History Catalogue Materials, 1953-1954. 

 48

 

Committee on Educational Policy of the, Educational Council, Secretary, 1952 

 48

 

Historigraphical Committee 

 48

 

Committee on Honorary Degrees, 1952-1953 

 48

 

Journal of Economic History Correspondence, 1952-1953 

 48

 

Lampard, Eric — Committee on Economic History, 1952-1953 

 48

 

Nomination Committee–American Historical Assoc., 1952-1953; Chairman 

 48

 

Pershouse Papers 1794-1862–Rare book Room, U. of Penna. May, 1963 

 48

 

Department Planning, Land and City U. of Pa., 1952-1953–Proposal of Program 

 48

 

U. Senate and Educational Policy Committee, 1952-1953 

 48

 

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence Dr. Francis and Dr. Lingelbach 

 51

 

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence Dr. Sioussat 

 52

 

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence Dr. Sioussat 

 53

 

Miscellaneous papers and correspondence Dr. Sioussat 

 54

 

Economic Instructorship, Dr. Nichols Chairman, 1937 

 55

 

Dr. Howland’s chairmanship, correspondence, second term 1937-1938 and first term 1938-1939 

 55

 

Outline of Future Development, Dept. of 

 55

 

Dr. Shryrock’s chairmanship correspondence second term 1939-1940, first term 1940-1941 

 55

 

Assistantship Applications 1938-1943 

 55

 

Summer School 1938, 1940, 1941 

 55

 

Ancient History applications 1940 

 55

 

Fellowship applications 1939-1940, 1942-1943 

 55

 

Medieval vacancy, 1940 

 55

 

Graduate grade sheets 1953-1955 

 55

 

Grade sheets 1920-1946 

 56

 

Grade sheets 1942-1950 

 57

 

Loewenberg Manuscript, Papers – Committee on Medicine and the changing order 

 58

 

Loewenberg Manuscript, Correspondence 1796 (?) 

 58

 

Loewenberg Manuscript, Obsolete course exams 

 58

 

Loewenberg Manuscript, Comprehensive exams for history majors 

 58

 

Lynn Case personal correspondence, 1957 Jan.-1959 Dec., A – E 

 59

 

Lynn Case personal correspondence, 1957 Jan.-1959 Dec., F – J 

 59

 

Lynn Case personal correspondence, 1957 Jan.-1959 Dec., F – J 

 60

 

Lynn Case personal correspondence, K – P Jan. 1957- Dec. 1958 

 60

 

Lynn Case personal correspondence, K – P Dec. 1958 – Jan. 1960 

 60

 

Lynn Case personal correspondence, R – Z Jan. 1957 – Dec. 1960 

 61

 

Lynn Case personal correspondence, R – Z Jan. 1960 – Dec. 1961 

 61

 

Lynn Case personal correspondence, Dr. Case 1959 and 1960 “News Letter” 

 61

 

Lynn Case personal correspondence, 1955 Jan. -1956 Dec., A – H 

 62

 

Lynn Case personal correspondence, 1955 Jan. -1956 Dec., I – Q 

 62

 

Lynn Case personal correspondence, 1955 Jan. -1956 Dec., R – Z 

 62

 

Conyers Read personal correspondence 1947-1950 

 63

 

T. Cochran reprints received 1952 

 63

 

Individual graduate records 1948-1950 

 63

 

Lynn Case personal correspondence 

 64

 

Graduate grade sheets 1923-1929 

 64

 

Individual graduate records 1950-1957 

 64

 

News letter folders 1959 

 64

 

News letter folders 1960-1961 

 64

 

T. Cochran personal correspondence 1956-1960 

 65

 

T. Cochran personal and chairmanship correspondence, 1953-1954, 1955-1956 

 66

 

T. Cochran chairmanship correspondence and The Preston Report 1953-1955 

 67

 

Dissertation approval of graduate students 1948-1950 ASTP 1945 on (cf. UPH 9.9 ASTP) Grades History 7-8, 1921-1928 

 68

 

Graduate student thesis information Spring 1946 

 69

 

Grades 1921-1928 History 1, 2, 3 

 69

 

Loose papers of Dr. Sioussat Papers for History 7 in 1920 

 70

 

 

Chairmanship: Correspondence and Miscellaneous Material 

Box

Folder

Dr. Whitaker Chairmanship Correspondence 1938-1942 

 71

 

Applications for various departmental positions, 1938-1942 

 71

 

Department minutes to 1938 

 71

 

Dr. Whitaker – Undergraduate Chairmanship Correspondence, 1946-1947 

 71

 

Dr. Whitaker – Graduate Chairmanship Correspondence, 1947-1949 

 71

 

Dr. Whitaker Chairmanship Correspondence 

July 1, 1955 – June 30, 1957, A through B 

 72

 

July 1, 1955 – June 30, 1957, C through E, (including Executive 

 72

 

Committee folders) 

 72

 

July 1, 1955 – June 30, 1957, F through P (including Personnel, 

 72

 

1957-1958) 

 72

 

July 1, 1955 – June 30, 1957, Positions through XYZ 

 73

 

June 5 through July, 1958 

 73

 

September, 1944 – October 31, 1944 

 73

 

July, 1942 – August 15, 1943 

 73

 

Dr. Nichols’ Graduate Chairmanship Correspondence, 1941-1942 

 73

 

Dr. Whitaker’s Chairmanship Correspondence, September 1944 – July 1, 1945 

 74

 

Dr. Nichols’ Graduate Chairmanship Correspondence 

August 23, 1943 – September 1944 

 74

 

November 1, 1944 – March 1, 1945 

 74

 

July, 1946 – April, 1948 

 74

 

June – September, 1948 

 74

 

August 1, 1949 – September 1, 1951 

 74

 

July 1, 1951 – June 30, 1952 

 74

 

Dr. La Monte’s Graduate Correspondence Summer, 1947 

 74

 

Dr. Shryrock’s Chairmanship Correspondence, July 1, 1943 – July 1944 

 75

 

Dr. Case’s Graduate Chairmanship Correspondence 

1949-1950 and 1950-1951 A – H 

 75

 

1949-1950 and 1950-1951 I – Z 

 75

 

Dr. Conyers Read’s Chairmanship Correspondence, 1947 – 1948 

 75

 

 

Dr. Lynn M. Case (1st package) 

Box

Folder

Admissions Committee 

 76

 

American Historical Association (lst Collaboration letter) 

 76

 

A. H. A. (2nd Collaboration letter) 

 76

 

A. H. A. (3rd Collaboration letter) 

 76

 

Annals 

 76

 

Conference on French History, 1957 

 76

 

 

Dr. Lynn M. Case (2nd package) 

Box

Folder

Public Relations 

 76

 

Educational Committee 

 76

 

New Courses 

 76

 

Candidates for Honorary Membership (A. H. A.) 

 76

 

Correspondence regarding possible appointment in “Modern German Fields” Spring, 1961 

 76

 

A. H. A. Program 

 76

 

Annals, 1961-1962 

 76

 

 

Dr. Lynn M. Case (3rd package) 

Box

Folder

Research Committee, 1958-1959 

 76

 

Provost Rhoads’ Portrait 

 76

 

Research Committee 

 76

 

Phi Beta Kappa, 1958 

 76

 

Phi Beta Kappa 

 76

 

Graduate Fellowship Committee 

 76

 

Grants 

 76

 

 

Dr. Lynn M. Case (4th package) 

Box

Folder

Newsletter, 1962 

 76

 

Job Applications, 1959-1960, 1960-1961 

 76

 

 

Thomas C. Cochran (1st package) 

Box

Folder

Thomas C. Cochran Correspondence Chairman, 1954-1955 

 76

 

European History 

 76

 

Vacancy 1954-1955 

 76

 

Favorable Applicants and Answers 

 76

 

 

Thomas C. Cochran (2nd package) 

Box

Folder

Medieval History 

 76

 

Vacancy 1954-1955 

 76

 

Favorable Applicants 

 76

 

Thomas C. Cochran (3rd package), Conference in the Department 

 76

 

Thomas C. Cochran (4th package), European Answers Received 

 76

 

Minutes of the Department of History 1910 to 1918 

 77

 

Department Projects, 1930-1933 

 77

 

Advanced Credits, 1931-1936 

 77

 

Chairman’s Correspondence: Bowden 1930-1931 

 77

 

Chairman’s Correspondence: Sioussat 1933-1934 

 77

 

Chairman’s Correspondence: Honland 1934-1936 

 77

 

Chairman’s Correspondence: Watts 1935-1936 

 77

 

Cheney Portrait 

 77

 

American Historical Association Membership 

 77

 

List, April, 1917 

 77

 

The Every Day Correspondence Chairman File of Dr. Sioussat, April – June, 1930 

 77

 

Memorial in Dr. Honland 

 78

 

Portraits: Drs. Cheney, Robinson, Pomfret 

 78

 

Ames bequest 

 78

 

Memo on Department project 1925 

 78

 

Ames Book Fund 

 78

 

Ames Memorial List 

 78

 

List of Custom House Books at U. of P., 1932 

 78

 

Published research 

 78

 

Memorial for Dr. Mc Kinley 

 78

 

Report on projects and grants, 1936-1937 

 78

 

1941-1942 Centers of Civilization 

 78

 

Educational Council 1945 

 78

 

Department report on expansion, 1925 

 78

 

Bibliographical data of members of the History Department, 1930-1960 

 78

 

Contents from locked file 

 78

 

American Economic History, Bibliography 1952 

 78

 

Cameron, Rendo, January, 1953 

 78

 

Darrow, Robert M. December 1952 

 78

 

Dill folder 

 78

 

Durand, John Dana (Economic History, European) December, 1952 

 78

 

English History, September, 1951 

 78

 

Far Eastern History, 1950 

 78

 

Far Eastern Appointment – Boade 

 78

 

Far Eastern History, 1944-1949 

 78

 

Ferguson, Wallace K. (Medieval History, June, 1954) 

 78

 

David Hecht, European History 

 78

 

Kitson Clark, George, December 1952 

 78

 

Londes, David S. European Economic, January 1952 

 78

 

McCaffery, Wallace T. English History, September 1951 

 78

 

Marsak, Leonard, Replacement for 1 year for Dr. Dill, March, 1953 

 78

 

Rosinger, Lawrence K. Far Eastern History, 1947-1949 

 78

 

Russia and Near East, 1949 

 78

 

Carl E. Schorske, 1955 

 78

 

Dr. James M. Smith, 1956 

 78

 

Teng, S. Y. Far Eastern History, 1950 

 78

 

Webb, Robert K. English History October 1, 1951 

 78

 

Letter: Dr. Cheney to Dr. Lingelbach 1923 

 78

 

General Department Business 1920-1921, 1923-1924, 1924-1925 

 78

 

Majors: 1926-1927 

 78

 

Miss Van Bibber 

 78

 

Middle States and Maryland History Teachers Association 1925-1926-1927 

 78

 

Applications for position other than assistantships, 1946-1947 

 78

 

Summer School: 1947, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953 

 78

 

Conference on French History February 3-4, 1956 

 78

 

Dr. Richard Herr – Recommendations 

 78

 

Student Records, Undergraduate, graduating and not graduating, 1964-1965, A – M 

 79

 

Student Records, Undergraduate, graduating and not graduating, 1964-1965, N – Z 

 80

 

Chairman Correspondence 1953-1962 

 81

 

Official Dept. files 

 81

 

Chairman 1963-1965 

 81

 

Wallach Correspondence to 1956 

 81

 

Stipends Committee 

 81

 

News 1965 

 81

 

Dr. Richard Burgess Barlow 1961-1962 

 81

 

Whitfield Jenks Bell 

 81

 

Appointment in Classical History field 1961-1962 

 81

 

New Appointments 1961-1962 

 81

 

Appointments in Spanish History 1961 

 81

 

Dr. Morton Keller 1958 

 81

 

Medieval History 1950 

 81

 

Medieval History (confidential) 

 81

 

Placement 

 81

 

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Correspondence with Rockefeller Foundation 

 81

 

Memorial in Honor of Conyers Read 

 81

 

Richard H. Shyrock 1957 

 81

 

Dr. Whitaker 

 81

 

Budget Records 1946-1963 

 81

 

Dr. Case’s Graduate Chairmanship Correspondence 1952-1954 A-F; G-Z 

 82

 

Incl. all AHA Smoker correspondence 1952-1954 

 82

 

Applications for Assistant Instructorships 1961-1962 

 82

 

Appointees, alternates, rejections, late applications, inquiries 

 82

 

Placement 1961-1962 

 82

 

Furber Chairmanship 1959-1961 A-Z 

 83

 

Dr. Case, B-C, 1959-1961 

 83

 

Dr. Case, A-C, 1961-1963 

 83

 

Undergraduate History Majors Records, Graduates 1966 

 84

 

Whitaker’s chairmanship correspondence, 1951-1953 

 85

 

Whitaker’s chairmanship correspondence, 1961-1962 

 85

 

Whitaker’s chairmanship correspondence, 1962-1963 

 86

 

AHA Smoker, December 29, 1955 

 86

 

AHA Smoker, December 28, 1956 

 86

 

Veterans Contact correspondence, Summer 1954 

 86

 

Veterans Contact correspondence, 1954-1955 

 86

 

Veterans Contact correspondence, Summer 1955 

 86

 

Veterans Contact correspondence, Summer 1956 

 86

 

Veterans Contact correspondence, 1956-1957 

 86

 

Veterans Contact correspondence, Summer 1957 

 86

 

Dr. Watts vacancy correspondence 

 86

 

Dr. Holden Furber’s chairmanship correspondence, A-Z 1954-1957 

 87

 

Dr. Furber’s personal correspondence, September 1959 – June 1961 

 87

 

Dr. Cochran’s correspondence as Acting Chairman, July – August 1959 and Summer 

 87

 

Department files and correspondence on: European Vacancy 

 87

 

Department files and correspondence on: Educational Council 

 87

 

Department files and correspondence on: Education 

 87

 

Department files and correspondence on: Provost 

 87

 

Department files and correspondence on: General Education Committee 

 87

 

Department files and correspondence on: Baccalaureate Committee 

 87

 

Dr. Case’s book review correspondence, A-J, July 1953 – December 1954 

 87

 

Dr. Case’s book review correspondence, K – Z, July 1953 – Dec. 1954 

 88

 

Dr. Case’s personal correspondence, 1951-1954 

 88

 

Folders: Lynn M. Case, Professor of European History 

 89

 

Research Committee 1961-1963 

 89

 

Westminister Joint Commission 1963-1964 

 89

 

Faculty Club 1963-1964 

 89

 

Annenberg Committee 

 89

 

History Department News 1964 

 89

 

Baccalaureate Council – Dr. Case, 1962 

 89

 

 

Correspondence, Dr. Case, 1961-1963 (no A-L could be found; believed to be in Box 5, 7/25/67, sent to Archives) 

Box

Folder

D – H 

 89

 

I – M 

 89

 

Mc – R 

 89

 

S – Z 

 89

 

F. Hilary Conroy, Professor-Grad. Chairman Correspondence: 7/1/62 – 6/30/64 

 89

 

Department Placement, 1962-1963, Dr. Case 

 90

 

Job Placement, 1963-1964, I, Dr. Case 

 90

 

Job Placement, 1963-1964, II, Dr. Case 

 90

 

 

Teaching Fellowships, 1953-1964 

Box

Folder

1.) Reappointments 

 90

 

2.) Appointments 

 90

 

3.) Alternates 

 90

 

4.) Rejections 

 90

 

Assistantship Applications 1962-1963, 1 folder of inquiries 

 90

 

Assistantship Applications 1962-1963, 1 folder of applications, Those turned down 

 90

 

Assistantship Applications 1962-1963, 1 folder of applications, Those who turned down 

 90

 

Assistantships, 1962-1963, Statements from Present Assistants, 1961-1962 

 90

 

Assistantships, 1962-1963, Alternates 1962-1963 

 90

 

Placement Letters – Manila envelope, Dr. Furber, (Placement Co-ordinator, 1965-1966) 

 90

 

 

Graduate Chairman’s correspondence – F. Hilary Conroy, Professor of History 1962-1964 

Box

Folder

Copy of Alumni list 1963 

 90

 

Former students in Medieval History 

 90

 

Fellowship lists 

 90

 

Acceptance of Fellowships and scholarships, 1962-1963 

 90

 

Department meetings on scholarships, 1963 

 90

 

Rating lists 

 90

 

Information on new History courses 1962 

 90

 

Job Placement, Dr. Holden Furber, 1965-1966 

 90

 

Records of History Majors who Graduated in 1967 

 91 (merged with Box 92?)

 

Correspondence and other material to 1967 regarding Translations and Reprints–Placed in Center Box No. 91 

 91 (merged with Box 92?)

 

Records of History Majors who graduated in Spring, 1968 

 93

 

Dr. Shyrock – Reports of Grades, 1931-1932 

 94

 

Executive Committee, Dept. Reports: 1947-1958 

 94

 

Dr. Case’s Correspondence, 1965-1967 

 94

 

Folders of History Majors who graduated in 1969 (detailed list in inventory folder) 

 97

 

Material from Dr. Dodson’s office (6/30/71) to be incorporated 

 98 and 99

 

Grade sheets, by course, Fall ~ Spring 1965, College, C.G.S., Summer School, Full list in folder. 

 100

 

Student records, College, C.W., C.G.S., Wharton, years uncertain, B – Y 

 100

 

Student records, College, C.W., C.G.S., Wharton, years uncertain, A – Y 

 100

 

Student records, College, C.W., C.G.S., Wharton, years uncertain, Full list in folder 

 100

 

Student records, 1968 graduates, 1969 graduates, 1970 graduates, College, College for Women. Full list in folder. 

 101

 

Student records, 1971 graduates, College, College for Women. Full list in folder. 

 102

 

Grade Sheets, by course, Fall ~ Spring 1966, College, C.G.S., Summer School, Full list in folder. 

 103

 

Term Teaching Records, Fall 1955 – Fall 1965 

 104

 

Faculty Activities Reports, 1958 – 1967-1968 

 104

 

Pre-registration, Enrollment, Rosters, Fall 1965-1969 (not complete) 

 104

 

Student Files, History Majors (including xeroxes of transcripts), late 1960’s to early 1970’s [Ring-binder note: “RECORDS LIFE ENDS: April 1984”] 

 104

 

 

African-American History Faculty Search, 1993-1995 

Box

Folder

Applicant list 

105

1

Application file 

105

2

105

3

B-C 

105

4

105

5

Co-Cr 

105

6

D (1) 

105

7

D (2) 

105

8

105

9

105

10

F-G 

105

11

105

12

Gr 

105

13

Ha 

105

14

Hi-Hu 

105

15

105

16

105

17

K-L 

105

18

M (1) 

105

19

M (2) 

105

20

Mc 

105

21

O-P 

105

22

105

23

105

24

105

25

W (I) 

105

26

W (II) 

105

27

Vitae curriculum, 1993 Dec. 

105

28

 

Chinese History Faculty Search 

Box

Folder

Applicant lists, etc. 1993-1994 

105

29

Application file 

Ben-Ber 

106

1

Ca-Ch 

106

2

Ch 

106

3

Cs-Do 

106

4

106

5

F-G 

106

6

Fog 

106

7

106

8

Hev 

106

9

106

10

Jud 

106

11

106

12

106

13

late applicants 

106

14

Lee 

106

15

Li-Lin 

106

16

Liu-Lu 

106

17

106

18

Mac.-Mc 

106

19

N-P 

106

20

106

21

Reed 

106

22

106

23

106

24

106

25

106

26

106

27

106

28

 

European Economic History Faculty Search, 1993 

Box

Folder

Applicant list 

106

29

Application file 

106

30

106

31

C-D 

106

32

106

33

E-F 

106

34

106

35

H-I 

107

1

107

2

107

3

107

4

107

5

107

6

107

7

107

8

107

9

W-Z 

107

10

Penn Ph.D. students in Economics 

107

11

 

European Intellectual History Faculty Search, 1993 

Box

Folder

Applicant list 

107

12

Application file 

Ai-Al 

107

13

Ar-Au 

107

14

Be 

107

15

Bi-Bu 

107

16

Ca-Cl 

107

17

Co-Cr 

107

18

107

19

107

20

107

21

107

22

I-K 

107

23

107

24

Ma 

107

25

Mc-Mu 

107

26

107

27

Pa-Pi 

107

28

Po-Pr 

107

29

107

30

Sc-Sl 

107

31

So-Su 

107

32

108

1

108

2

108

3

Y-Z 

108

4

 

Japanese History Faculty Search, 1992-1993 

Box

Folder

Applicant list 

108

5

Application file 

A-C 

108

6

F-K 

108

7

L-M 

108

8

S-W 

108

9

 

U.S. Women’s History Faculty Search, 1994 

Box

Folder

Applicant list 

108

10

Application file 

E-L 

108

11

M-S 

108

12

T-W 

108

13

 

Senior Honors Thesis 

Box

Folder

Cohen, Scott, “Urban Renewal in West Philadelphia: an Examination of the University of Pennsylvania’s Planning, Expansion, and Community Role from the Mid-1940s to the Mid-1970s,” 1998 

108

14

Cridland, C. Jedediah, “Legislating Morality: Quakers and Colonial Pennsylvania Political Power,” 1999 

108

15

Friedman, Steven Morgan, “’The Spirit of Insubordination’: Students and Secularization at the University of Pennsylvania…in the First Half of the 19th Century,” 1998 

108

16

Imbesi, Hazel Marie, “Bossism, Corruption, Reform and the Union League in Postbellum Philadelphia, 1865-1900,” 1999 

108

17

Levenson, Lisa, “In Philadelphia, Nearly Everybody Read the Bulletin: the 82 Demise of Philadelphia’s Newspaper of Record…,” 1997 

108

18

Wilensky, Eric Robbins, “Pennsylvania 1945-1975: the Metamorphosis of an Undergraduate Student Body: a Study of Institutional Identity at the University of Pennsylvania,”1996 

108

19

 

Student files, 1955-1997 

Box

Folder

108

20-22

108

23-38

C-Ch 

108

39-42

Co-Cu 

109

1 to 5

De- Du 

109

6 to 12

109

13-14

Fa-Fr 

109

15-22

Ga-Gr 

109

23-29

Ha- Hor 

109

30-42

109

43-45

Ja-Jo 

109

46-49

Ke-Kn 

109

50-51

La-Lo 

110

1 to 7

Ma-Mo 

110

8 to 16

110

17-18

Pa-Pr 

110

19-24

Re-Ru 

110

25-32

Sch-Si 

110

33-42

Sm-Sw 

111

1 to 9

Te-Tr 

111

10 to 15

U-V 

111

16-20

Wa-Wu 

111

21-27

Y-Z 

111

28-33