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Richard Slator Dunn Papers

UPT 50 D923

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Summary Information

Prepared by
Kaiyi Chen
Preparation date
1997
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1950-1993
Date [inclusive]
1765-1995
Extent
17.0 Cubic feet

PROVENANCE

Gift of Richard S. Dunn to the Archives in 1995.

ARRANGEMENT

The collection has been organized into eight series: Administrative files; Teaching material; Publications, presentations and manuscripts; Other professional activities; Personal files; Glass slides; Reference books; and William P. Dunn papers.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Richard Slator Dunn was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1928. His father, William P. Dunn, was Professor of English of the University of Minnesota. Dunn graduated with B.A. from Harvard College in 1950, M.A. from Princeton University in 1952 and Ph.D. in History from the same university in 1955. He started his teaching career in Princeton in 1954. After he completed his Ph.D. program, Dunn taught at the University of Michigan from 1955 to 1957. He joined the faculty of the History Department of the University of Pennsylvania in 1957 and was promoted to Associate Professor in 1963 and full Professor in 1968. In 1972, Dunn was appointed Chairman of the Department of History, a position he held until 1977. Dunn founded the Philadelphia Center for Early American Studies the following year and served as the first director of the Center. In 1992, he was appointed editor of the Early American Studies series published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.

Dunn has published many books and articles. The first book he published in 1962 was Puritans and Yankees: The Winthrop Dynasty of New England, 1630-1717. It was followed by The Age of Religious Wars, 1559-1689 (1970), Sugar and Slaves: The Rise of the Planter Class in the English West Indies, 1624-1713 (1972), a multi-volume work of The Papers of William Penn, edited with his wife Mary Maples Dunn and others (1981-1987), and The Journal of John Winthrop, 1630-1649 edited with Laetitia Yeandle (1996). In addition to his own publications, he has contributed chapters to about a dozen of books, among them Seventeenth-century America: Essays in Colonial History (1959), Anglo-American Political Relations, 1675-1775 (1970), Early Maryland in a Wider World (1982), The World of William Penn (1986), and Cultivation and Culture: Labor and the Shaping of Slave Life in the Americas (1993).

Dunn is member of American Historical Association, American Antiquarian Society, Organization of American Historians, Massachusetts Historical Society, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Library Company of Philadelphia, and Institute of Early American History and Culture Associates. Among the numerous honors and awards he won throughout his career, Dunn was elected Guggenheim Fellow for the year of 1966-1967, granted the American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship in 1977, appointed Fellow of the Queen’s College, Oxford University, for the year of 1987-1988 and honored by the University of Pennsylvania with the Lindback Teaching Award in 1993. The Papers of William Penn, which he edited with Mary Maples Dunn, won from the Society of Colonial Wars a Distinguished Book Award in 1990.

Dunn retired in 1996 and was elected Professor Emeritus of History of the University of Pennsylvania.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

The Richard S. Dunn Papers represent the career and achievement of the distinguished Penn faculty as teacher, author and administrator.

The Administrative files series documents his experience as Chairman of the Department of History of the University of Pennsylvania as well as his commitments as a senior faculty member to many committees of the School of Arts and Sciences or of the University. Important features include faculty search for positions of different levels, an internal review of the Department of the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, activities with the University Council, and last but not the least, his participation in the School of Arts and Science Task Force on long-term planning throughout the latter half of the 1980s.

Dunn’s teaching experience is well recorded in the Teaching files series. Included in it are all kinds of teaching material, ranging from syllabi, bibliographical data, teaching notes to examination questions, recommendations written for the students, and a bounteous collection of Senior History Honors papers he advised from the late 1970s to the early 1990s. Dunn’s teaching at the University of Michigan as a visiting professor, 1969-1970, and his term as Harmsworth Professor of the Queen’s College, Oxford University, 1987-1988, are two additional features.

The Publications, Presentations, Manuscripts series includes books and articles Dunn has published, papers he presented to various academic institutions and symposiums, and some unpublished manuscripts. Correspondence recounting the publication process of some major works, such as the publication of the William Penn Papers, can also be found here.

The Other Professional Activities files record Dunn’s participation in the activities of many academic and professional institutions, among them the American Historical Association, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, the Institute of Early American History and Culture, and the Philadelphia Center for Early American Studies. Files documenting his involvement with the last institution, of which he was a founder, include applications for fellowships of the Center and papers presented at the seminars organized by the Center from 1978 to 1992. A special feature in this series are files of a Maine Case (Bell vs. Town of Wells), in which Dunn was invited to provide his expertise as an authority in early American history.

The Personal Papers series consists mainly of three segments–early literary practice Dunn did before he went to college, the undergraduate program in history he took at Harvard College, and the graduate program at Princeton University.

Two more components of the collection deserve a special note. The Glass Slides series consists of over 140 pieces of slides Dunn used as teaching aids to his history courses. The series covers six subjects–early American bank notes (issued between 1775 and 1865), British statesmen and London landscape, American Far West, Italian statesmen, fugitive slaves, and World War I. The William P. Dunn Papers include over six hundred pages of manuscript by Richard S. Dunn’s father annotating a selection of works written by the English author and theologian Richard Hook.

Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
American Historical Association.
Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
McNeil Center for Early American Studies.
Philadelphia Center for Early American Studies.
University of Pennsylvania. Department of History and Sociology of Science.
University of Pennsylvania. School of Arts and Sciences.
Geographic Name(s)
United States–History–Study and teaching.
Subject(s)
History–Study and teaching–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.

Inventory

 

Administrative Files, 1958-1993 

Box

Folder

Academic Review Committee, 1983-1984 

1

1

Ad Hoc Committee on the Organization of the College Faculty, 1970 

1

2

Advanced Placement Program, 1964 

1

3

African history, 1972-1974 

1

4

African history search, 1974 

1

5

American history slots, 1971-1972 

1

6

Ancient history, 1972-1973 

1

7

Appointments, 1972-1976 

1

8

Asian studies, 1974-1976 

1

9

Bicentennial College, 1973-1976 

1

10

Bicentennial College, 1976-1977 

1

11

British history search, 1971-1973 (I) 

1

12

British history search, 1971-1973 (II) 

1

13

British history search, 1971-1973 (III) 

1

14

British history search, 1971-1973 (IV) 

1

15

British history search, 1983 

1

16

Budget material, 1973-1977 

1

17

College Committee on Academic Freedom and Responsibility, 1969-1971 

1

18

College Committee on the Goals of Higher Education, 1968-1969 

1

19

College Faculty Personnel Committee, 1971-1972 

1

20

College of General Studies, Student evaluation of History 120C–Women and History, n.d. 

1

21

Committee on Academic Planning, 1971-1972 

1

22

Committee on the Organization of the College Faculty, 1970-1971 

1

23

Council for International Exchange of Scholars, Advisory Committee on American Studies, 1973-1974 

1

24

Course planning, 1973-1974 

1

25

Course proposals, 1974-1977 

1

26

Dean of the College– William E. Stephens and Vartan Gregorian, Correspondence, 1972-1976 

1

27

Department meetings, 1958-1959 

1

28

Department meetings, 1972-1977 

1

29

Department, general (I), 1972-1980 

1

30

Department, general (II), 1981-1987 

1

31

Departmental committee assignments, 1972-1974 

1

32

Development Commission, 1972-1976 

1

33

Economic history, 1973 

1

34

Edinburgh exchange, 1976 

1

35

Enrollment, 1976-1977 

1

36

Ethno history, 1976-1977 

1

37

European history search, 1973-1974 

1

38

Faculty of Arts and Sciences, 1975-1987 

1

39

Faculty of Arts and Sciences Consultative Committee for the Dean, Correspondence, 1974 

1

40

Faculty position search 

 

 

Hughes, H. Stuart and Judith M., 1973-1974 

1

41

Jarausch, Konrad H., 1973 

1

42

Maier, Charles S., et al 

1

43

Ringer, Fritz 

1

44

Tilly, Charles and Louise 

1

45

Vinovskis, Maris 

1

46

British history, Lacqueur, Thomas Walter, 1972-1973 

1

47

Religious Thought and English departments, 1977 

1

48

Faculty statistics, 1972 

1

49

Fulbright-Hayes Lectureship , Advisory Screening Committee in American History, 1973-1976 

1

50

General Honors Program, 1964-1966 

1

51

General Honors Program Review and Appraisal Committee, 1968-1969 

1

52

Graduate Committee, 1983-1984 

2

1

Graduate program (I), 1972-1980 

2

2

Graduate program (II), 1972-1977 

2

3

Graduate School Fellowship Committee, 1964-1965 

2

4

Graduate student grievances, 1972-1973 

2

5

Haney Foundation Editorial Committee, 1968-1973 

2

6

History and Sociology of Science search, 1972 

2

7

History Department Chairman’s announcements, 1972-1977 

2

8

History Department, Penn 

 

 

1969-1970 

2

9

1971-1972 

2

10

1974-1977 

2

11

Houston Hall Store Committee, 1964-1965 

2

12

Internal Review Committee, Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies 

 

 

Notes and section reviews, [1993] 

2

13

Report prepared by the Department, 1993, (I) 

2

14

Report prepared by the Department, 1993, (II) 

2

15

International Conference on First Images of America, Program, 1975 

2

16

Jewish history, 1972 

2

17

Job applicants, 1972-1973 

2

18

Job placement, 1959-1961 

2

19

Job placement, 1972-1973 

2

20

Joseph H. Lauder Institute, Academic Review Committee, 1983-1984 

2

21

Latin American history search, 1970 

2

22

Librarian’s Advisory Committee, 1973-1974 

2

23

Library, American/English book order, 1972-1974 

2

24

Library Committee, 1967 

2

25

Mellon Fellowship, 1975-1977 

2

26

Near East history positions, 1973-1974 

2

27

Office needs, 1972 

2

28

Other departments, graduate groups, 1972-1975 

2

29

Phila ’76 program, [1976] 

2

30

Preregistration, 1972 

2

31

President and Provost, Offices of, Correspondence, 1972-1977 

2

32

Recommendation request, Lees, Andrew, 1973 

2

33

Schmidgall, Gary, Case, 1980-1982 

2

34

Schmidgall, Gary, Case, 1983-1984 

2

35

School of Arts and Sciences Planning Information, 1985-1986 

 

 

(I) 

2

36

(II) 

3

1

(III) 

3

2

(IV) 

3

3

School of Arts and Sciences Task Force on Planning 

“Science in the School of Arts and Sciences,” 1986 

3

4

1984-1987 

3

5

1985-1987 

 

 

(I) Meetings, 1986 May and September 

3

6

(II) Meeting, 1986 October 

3

7

(III) Meeting, November 

3

8

(IV) Meeting, 1987 January 

3

9

(V) Meeting, 1987 February 

3

10

(VI) Five-Year Plan, draft of 1987 March 

3

11

Department of Astronomy/Astrophysics, departmental plan 

3

12

Department of Anthropology, revision of five-year plan 

3

13

Department of Early American Studies, five alternate options, 1985 

3

14

Department of History, Internal review report, 1986 

3

15

Department of History of Art, plan 

3

16

Department of Linguistics, Academic planning report 

3

17

Department of Music, departmental plan 1984-1990 

3

18

Department of Oriental Studies, departmental planning document 

3

19

Department of Philosophy, long range plan 

3

20

Department of Regional Science, amendment to department plan, 1986 

3

21

Department of Religious Studies, strategic planning report, 1983 Jan. 

3

22

Department of South Asia Regional Studies, Planning outline, 1983-1990 

3

23

Departmental response to the Report of the Internal Review Committee, 1986 

3

24

English Department, Internal review report, 1986 

3

25

Five-year Plan (1988-1992), draft, 1985, 1986 

3

26

Five-year plan (1987-1991) (1987-1992) 

3

27

Goals, 1983 

3

28

Graduate Division, statistics, 1982-1986 

3

29

Graduate Group in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, Five-year planning report, 1983 

3

30

Miscellaneous 

3

31

Notes and correspondence, 1985-1986 

3

32

Plan for academic Computing 

3

33

Policies and Procedures for Appointments and Promotions 

3

34

Proposal to the Undergraduate Education Fund, 1986 

3

35

Protocol for the Periodic Review of Academic Departments and Graduate Groups, 1985 

3

36

Unrestricted outline budget for 1986 

3

37

Search Committee for Dean of Admissions, 1971 

3

38

Search Committee for the New Dean of the College, 1968-1969 

4

1

Search Committee for Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education, 1971-1972 

4

2

Search for a new dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, 1965-1966 

4

3

Social Science History Association, Newsletter, 1976 

4

4

Soviet Jewish history, 1971-1973 

4

5

Soviet Lecturer Program, Proposal, 1972 

4

6

Summer school, 1972 

4

7

Task Force on Black Presence, 1977 

4

8

Teaching assistants, 1972-1977 

4

9

Tenure and promotion, 1972-1973 

4

10

Undergraduate curriculum and major program, 1972-1976 

4

11

University Council 

 

 

Ad Hoc Committee on Education in the University City, report, 1969 

4

12

Committee on Continuing Education and Community Services, 19665-1966 

4

13

Committee on Educational Policy, 1971-1972 

4

14

University Senate Advisory Committee, 1965-1968 

4

15

Women studies, 1973 

4

16

Workshops, 1972-1976 

4

17

 

Teaching files, 1954-1993 

Box

Folder

Columbia University, Seminar on Early American History, 1967-1973 

4

18

General Honors-History 19 

4

19

History 50 

4

20

Teaching , History 50, Syllabus and lecture notes 

4

21

History 100, Syllabus, 1973-1977 

4

22

History 200, Syllabus, 1973-1977 

4

23

History 201 

4

24

History 201–Archeological and historical expedition to York, England Syllabus, 1973-1977 

4

25

History 201–Archeological and historical expedition to York, England Miscellaneous, 1973 

4

26

History 300, 1957-1960 

4

27

History 399, Syllabus, 1985-1986 

4

28

History 399/400/401, Schedule, notes, etc. 

4

29

History 400, Readings 

4

30

History 442, Syllabus, 1984 

4

31

History 442, Course review 

4

32

History 553 Syllabus, 1967-1976 

4

33

History 553 Reading lists 

4

34

History 553 Final examination questions, 1963-1977 

4

35

History 553 Bibliography 

4

36

History 553 (1485-1547), Teaching notes 

4

37

History 553 (1547-1603), Teaching notes 

4

38

History 553 (1603-1660), Teaching notes 

4

39

History 553 (1640-1760), Teaching notes 

4

40

History 561 (1763-1775), Teaching notes 

4

41

History 561 (1775-1789), Teaching notes 

4

42

History 662 Bibliography and evaluation of student work 

4

43

History 662 Reading lists 

4

44

History 662 Reading lists 

4

45

History 662 Student reports 

5

1

History 700 

5

2

History 700, “David Abraham and his Critics,” reading material, 1987 

5

3

History 702 

5

4

History 702, thesis proposal workshop, [1981-1988] 

5

5

History 762 

5

6

History 762, Microfilm book lists 

5

7

History I, Exams 

5

8

History I, Reading lists 

5

9

History I (1400-1789) 

5

10

History I (1789-present) 

5

11

History syllabus, Miscellaneous, 1970-1974 

5

12

Master’s Comprehensive Examination 

5

13

Miscellaneous examinations, [1947-1964] 

5

14

New York University, 1964-1965 

5

15

Old History 561, Teaching notes 

5

16

Old History I 

5

17

Oxford University, Harmsworth Professorship, 1987-1988 

“Annual Exports Compared with Population in Four Regions of British America, c. 1770” 

5

18

Correspondence and social function material 

5

19

Faculty of Modern History, lecture lists for 1988 

5

20

Financial 

5

21

Queen’s College, information material 

5

22

Reading lists 

5

23

Student papers 

5

24

Theatre programs (I) 

5

25

Theatre programs (II) 

5

26

Tourist attractions in Britain Brochures (I) 

5

27

Tourist attractions in Britain Brochures (II) 

5

28

Tourist attractions in Britain Postcards 

5

29

Student recommendations, 1968-1978 

5

30

Syllabus and bibliography, 1956-1964 

5

31

University of Michigan, 1969-1970 

5

32

University of Michigan History 680 

5

33

University of Michigan Syllabus and exam questions, 1954-1957 

5

34

University of Michigan History Department, General, 1955-1958 

5

35

Teaching–Senior Honor Theses in American History 

Ackerman, Miriam J., “Analysis of Political Participation, Philadelphia, 1844,” 1980 

5

36

Alexander, Geoffrey J., “Treason Trial of Aaron Burr and Transformation of Process in the Federal Government,” 1985 

6

1

Allen, Amy M., “Study of Fair Employment Practices, the Federal Fair Employment Committees and the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relation,” 1990 

6

2

Anderson, Gordon T., Every Man a King, But One Wears a Crown: Huey Long, Agrarian Unrest, and the Makings of a Social Protest Movement,” 1986 

6

3

Balser, Michael, ” Deal and William Mathis – Leaders in a Peaceful Struggle–A Case Study of the Philadelphia Civil Rights Movement” 

6

4

Bank, Steven A., “Dilemma of the NAACP, a Case Study: The Trenton Six 1948-1953,” 1991 

6

5

Becker, Andrew K. and Michelle A. Woodson, “Jewish Ivy,” 1990 

6

6

Bennett, Jonathan Stuart, “Nineteenth-century Legal Education in Philadelphia,” 1990 

6

7

Blanc, Diane E., Pubic Hysteria and Political Repression in Twentieth Century America:…the Red Scare of 1919-1920 and the McCarthy Years,” 1984 

6

8

Block, Sharon, “‘Before our Justices at Chester’: Crime and the Quarter Sessions in Chester County, PA., 1730-1736,” 1990 

6

9

Caplan, Aaron, “Nathan Dunn’s Chinese Museum,” 1986 

6

10

Carpey, Stephen Leonard, “Great Awakening in Virginia and Massachusetts,” 1981 

6

11

Chung, Henry, “National Japanese-American Student Relocation Council in Philadelphia” 

6

12

Denmead, Derek, “‘Rewards of Their Toil’–Promotional Mobility, Military Careerism, and Post-war Anxiety–Patterns of Public Service in the New Republic,” 1993 

6

13

Desjardins, Jay A., Defining the American Dream: an Analysis of the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans,” 1985 

6

14

Diamond, Etan S., “A House, A Yard, and the Right Kind of Neighbors: Levittown, Pennsylvania, as Suburban Archtype,” 1990 

6

15

Drozdowski, Mark J., “Charles J. Stille and the Development ofthe University of Pennsylvania, 1866-1880,” 1990 

6

16

Elfin, David, “Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Executive Reorganization,” 1981 

6

17

Esterow, Margorie, “Quaker Mission to the Oneida Indians: 1796-1799,” 1980 

6

18

Friedman, Sophia R., “Rose Schneiderman and Rose Pastor Stokes: the Heritage of the Eastern European Jewish Woman and its Effect on the Careers of two American Socialists,” 1989 

6

19

Fritzsche, Peter, “Bismarck in Weimar: the Politics of General Schleicher,” 1980 

6

20

Gardner, Sam, “Whole World Was Watching: the Significance of the Demonstrations at the National Democratic Convention, Chicago, 1968,” 1986 

6

21

Garside, Elizabeth R., “Ann Whitall: Revelations of a Quaker Diary,” 1985 

6

22

Ginsburg, Lee Mark, “IWW Trial of 1918: Circumstances Leading to the Government’s Decision to Prosecute,” 1986 

6

23

Gold, Steven, “Understanding the Storm: a Meteorology for the Weather Underground,” 1985 

6

24

Goldberg, David, “What Price Victory? What Price Honor? Pennsylvania and the Formation of the Ivy League, 1950-1952,” 1986 

6

25

Goldblum, Daniel I., “Professionalization of Baseball in Philadelphia, 1875-1905,” 1979 

6

26

Golden, Michael, “Education of a Senator: Hugo Black and the Muscle Shoals Controversy” 

6

27

Gross, Bradley F., “Radicalism on the Eve of Normalcy: The Political Career of A. Mitchell Palmer,” 1986 

7

1

Heft, Adam Jonathan, “William Draper Lewis and the Development of a Modern Law School at the University of Pennsylvania,” 1993 

7

2

Hempstead, Katherine, “Divergent Beliefs about the Consequences of Literacy: Implications for Literacy Advocacy and for American Society,” 1985 

7

3

Hoffman, Fran, “Time Inc.’s Editorial Policy Toward the Soviet Union during World War II,” 1979 

7

4

Honig, Lisa, “Analysis of the Degree of Anti-Semitism in England in the Late 19th Century,” 1982 

7

5

Johnson, Charles D., “Crusading Jurist: Chief Justice Chase and Reconstruction,” 1983 

7

6

Kauffman, Rochelle Gay, “Armed Loyalists in Philadelphia,” 1982 

7

7

Klein, Alexander S., III, Creation of a Machine: Simon and the Factional Politics of Pennsylvania, 1844-1873″ 

7

8

Kosloff, David, “Philadelphia Seventy-Sixers, 1963-1967,” 1990 

7

9

Krauss, Leah, “Influence of Urban America on Three Generations of Italian Women,” 1986 

7

10

Leiner, Frederick C., “‘Whimsical Philosophic President’ and his Gunboats: the Effect of Jefferson’s Naval Policy on America, 1805-1815,” 1980 

7

11

Lepat, Andrew, “Changing Images of Elvis Presley, 1954-1958” 

7

12

Levy, David, “Community Action: Revolution or Evolution? The Philadelphia Antipoverty Action Committee, 1965-1968,” 1985 

7

13

Luntz, Frank, “New Consensus: Republican Presidential Candidates from Goldwater to Reagan” 

7

14

Lyon, Marvin P., Jr., “Raymond Pace Alexander,” 1990 

7

15

Marion, Charles, “Philadelphia Goes West: its Influence on Western Cities, 1800-1850,” 1986 

7

16

Miller, David S., “The Polly: a Perspective on Merchant Stephen Girard,” 1986 

7

17

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

7

18

Nehrer, Roger A., “Evolution of Germantown’s Character: 1950 to 1975,” 1985 

7

19

Nesbitt, Natalie, “Networks of Wynnefield, 1900-1979,” 1979 

7

20

Nichols, James D., “Political Falsefronts: Selling John C. Fremont to a Disparate Coalition with Published Propaganda,” 1986 

7

21

Oler, Stephen S., “Unconditional Loyalty: Issues and Ideas in the Pamphlet Literature of the Union League of Philadelphia, 1863-1868,” 1983 

7

22

Pavlis, Alfred U., “From Enemy to Ally: American Policy towards Japan, 1943-1951,” 1980 

7

23

Piccone, Theodore J., “Wilsonianism and Cordell Hull in Latin America: the Style and Substance of the Good Neighbor Policy,” 1984 

7

24

Prigohzy, Lisa Ann, “Antarctica Question in American Foreign Policy,” 1990 

7

25

Rao, Shailesh, “In Defiance of Nature: Volunteer Efforts at Bush Hill Hospital During the Yellow Fever Plague of 1793,” 1993 

7

26

Rosen, Adam T., “Roots of Decline: a Comparison of Management Policy of United States Steel Corporation, 1950s vs. 1920s,” 1990 

7

27

Rosenberg, Jay Arthur, “Blind Recognition: U.S. Recognition of the Soviet Union and its Aftermath,” 1985 

7

28

Rudley, Suanne, “British Invasion, Occupation and Evacuation of Philadelphia From 1777 to 1778,” 1980 

7

29

Samuel, Deborah P., “Fight for Equality: Racial Integration of Girard College,” 1990 

7

30

Schmerzler, Andrew, “Changing Function of Radio During the 1950s,” 1988 

8

1

Schwartz, David A., “Changes in Medical Education and How they Affected the Medical Profession; A Case Study: The Class of 1880 vs. the Class of 1924 at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine,” 1990 

8

2

Sciacca, Alyson, “Bridging the Gap–the Rise of Clinical Legal Education in American Law Schools from the 1920s to the 1960s” 

8

3

Shaffer, Marguerite S., “Thirties Documentary of the Dustbowl and the Image of Rural America,” 1985 

8

4

Sianni, Ralph, “Contract Labor Peonage in the American South, 1905-1919,” 1990 

8

5

Silverman, Lisa M., “The Way they Lived Then: Image and Experience for Women at the University of Pennsylvania, 1950-1955 and 1975-1979,” 1990 

8

6

Slogoff, Reed J., “Media’s Role in Vietnam: an Oral History–Focus: the Tet Offensive,” 1990 

8

7

Stein, Mark J., “Battle for Spending: Roosevelt and the Rise of Keynesian Economics,” 1990 

8

8

Striff, Erin Elisabeth, “Never-ending Story: the Destruction of Philadelphia’s Broad Street Station and Chinese Wall,” 1990 

8

9

Suryanarayan, Sandar, “Connie Mack: the Most Successful, the Most Unsuccessful, the Most Revered Character in Baseball,” 1990 

8

10

Tenaglia, Christine M., “War Against the War: a Study of CBS News’ Coverage of the Protests Against the Vietnam War, 1965-1972” 

8

11

Torsella, Joe, “American National Identity, 1750-1790,” 1986 

8

12

Turkus, Alan, “College of Philadelphia and the University of the State of Pennsylvania, a Lesson in Constitutionalism” 

8

13

Ugol, Alec, “Post-Revolutionary Philadelphia Politics and the Growth of Political Parties, 1779-1796” 

8

14

Wall, Jonathan David, “Sandy Hook Pilots,” 1985 

8

15

Weiker, Daniel L., “Local Populism: a Study in Georgia and Alabama Ideology,” 1986 

8

16

Weinreich, Andrew, “Formula for a Successful Protest: Spice Rack and Summit at the University of Pennsylvania,” 1990 

8

17

Wilkinson, Thomas R., “Collaboration at Vichy France, 1940-1944,” 1979 

8

18

Wintner, Jeffrey, “American Policy in Vietnam During the Eisenhower Administration,” 1986 

8

19

Zweig, Gail, “America’s Response to Vietnam Through the Lens of the Camera: Remaking a Cultural Myth,” 1986 

8

20

 

Publications, Presentations, Manuscripts, 1952-1990 

Box

Folder

Manuscripts 

“Annual Work Rhythms on Mount Airy”, 1990 

8

21

“Puritans and Yankees”, Revisions, n.d. 

8

22

“Puritans and Yankees, 1959”, Chap. 1 to Chap. 4 

8

23

“Puritans and Yankees, 1959”, Chap. 5 to Chap. 8 

8

24

“Puritans and Yankees, 1959”, Chap. 9 to Chap. 12 

8

25

“Puritans and Yankees, 1959”, Chap. 13 to Chap. 16 

8

26

“Two Thousand Slaves, Black Life at Mesopotamia, Jamaica and at Mount Airy, Virginia, 1760-1860”, 1979 

8

27

Manuscripts in progress 

“Essays on Anglo-American Political Relations, 1675-1775” 

8

28

“Imperial Pressures on Massachusetts and Jamaica, 1675-1700” 

8

29

“Professor McGovern and the Educational Crisis” 

8

30

“Review Essay: the Social History of Early New England”, 1972 

8

31

Publications and presentations 

“Imperial Pressures on Massachusetts and Jamaica, 1675-1700” in Anglo-American Political Relations, 1675-1775 ed. Alison GilbertOlson and Richard Maxwell Brown, 1970 

8

32

“Reinterpreting the Early History of Maryland” in Reviews in American History, Vol. 6, Number 3, 1978 

9

1

250th anniversary booklet–Pennsylvania Album, Correspondence, 1989-1990 

9

2

A Pennsylvania Album, Undergraduate essays on the 250th anniversary of the University of Pennsylvania, 1990 

9

3

Age of Religious Wars, 1559-1689 

 

 

1970 

9

4

Correspondence re publication, 1961-1970 

9

5

Promotion and reviews, 1970-1971 

9

6

Archives Lectures at Bethlehem (Pa.), “Records from the West Indies,” 1969 

9

7

Articles on slaves, two, [1969] 

9

8

Book reviews, 1970-1972 

9

9

British microfilm project, 1970-1973 

9

10

Edinburgh Conference, 1973 July 1 

17

1

Encyclopedia Britannica/, Library of American Civilization, 1969 

9

11

Encyclopedia Britannica, 1971-1973 

9

12

Frank Craven retirement symposium, 1973 

9

13

History of Philadelphia  

 

 

Chapter One, draft and correspondence, 1981 

9

14

Chapter One, manuscript and correspondence, 1969 

9

15

Correspondence and material for the authors’ conference, 1967-1973 

9

16

Notes 

9

17

Norton History of Modern Europe, The, Brochure, [1969] 

9

18

William Penn Papers 

“The World of William Penn” conference, 1981 

9

19

Applications for the position of Associate Editor, 1979 

 

 

A-C 

9

20

C-E 

9

21

G-H 

9

22

H-L 

9

23

M-N 

9

24

O-R 

9

25

9

26

T-Z 

9

27

Architectural drawing of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, fourth floor, n.d. 

9

28

Clippings, 1982-1983 

9

29

Correspondence and meeting notes, 1977-1981 

9

30

Correspondence 1981-1982 

9

31

Correspondence 1981-1983 

9

32

Correspondence 1983-1987 

9

33

Editorial exercises 

9

34

Grant Proposal, 1977 

9

35

Grant Proposal, 1980 

9

36

Grant Proposal, 1983 

9

37

Grant Proposal, 1984 

9

38

Lists of documents for Volumes 3 and 4 

9

39

News clippings, 1979 

9

40

Proposed Style Sheet 

9

41

Publication material, 1981 

9

42

Reception on the publication of Volume One, 1981 

9

43

The World of William Penn Correspondence, 1981-1985 

9

44

The World of William Penn Publication, 1982-1994 

10

1

Published articles 1954-1972 

10

2

Published articles 1977-1994 

10

3

Puritans and Yankees 

 

 

Correspondence re publication and reviews, 1960-1971 

10

4

Publication matters with the Princeton University Press, 1970-1973 

10

5

The Winthrop Dynasty of New England, 1630-1717, 1962 

10

6

Seventeen-Century America edited by James M. Smith, Royalty distribution and other correspondence with James M. Smith, 1957-1979 

10

7

South Carolina Symposium, 1970 

10

8

Sugar and Slaves 1973 

10

9

Sugar and Slaves Contract and correspondence, 1970-1974 

10

10

Sugar and Slaves Correspondence re publication, 1968-1973 

10

11

Symposium Commemorating the Three Hundredth Anniversary of William Penn’s 1693 “Essay on the Present and Future Peace of Europe”, Proceedings, 1993 

10

12

Symposium contributions and lecture notes, Miscellaneous, 1952-1968 

10

13

 

Other Professional Activities, 1960-1993 

Box

Folder

American Antiquarian Society, Membership certificate, 1981 

 Map file 87

 

American Council of Learned Societies, Fellowship Selection Committee, 1985-1987 

10

14

American Historical Association 

 

 

Committee on the Robert Livingston Schuyler Prize, 1972-1976 

10

15

Dunning and Beveridge Awards, Nominees, 1982-1983 

10

16

Program Committee, 1960 

10

17

Evaluation of the history program of Brooklyn College, 1975-1976 

10

18

Historical Society of Pennsylvania 

 

 

Board and committee meeting material, 1976-1981 

10

19

Board meetings, 1976-1980 

10

20

Manuscript accession and financial material, 1976-1979 

10

21

Institute of Early American History and Culture 

 

 

Annual report of the director, 1966-1967 

10

22

Annual report of the director, 1967-1968 

10

23

Annual report of the director, 1968-1969 

10

24

Council minutes and correspondence, 1966-1969 

10

25

Maine Case (Bell v. Town of Wells) 

Correspondence and notes, 1987 

10

26

Defendants’ Exhibits 

10

27

Deposition of David Konig 

10

28

Deposition of Edward Churchill 

10

29

Deposition of Thomas G. Barnes 

10

30

Plaintiffs’ Trial Memorandum 

10

31

Trial Brief of State and Town Defendants [stop] 

10

32

Pennsbury Manor, Grant proposal, 1986 

11

1

Philadelphia Center for Early American Studies 

“The Transformation of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, 1750-1850” project, 1982-1988 

11

2

Fellowship applications, 1993 

 

 

Arbour, Keith 

11

3

Barton, Kimberly P. 

11

4

Boudreau, George W. 

11

5

Bourque, Monique 

11

6

Bryant, Joan L. 

11

7

Floden, Gary R. 

11

8

Foster, A. Kristen 

11

9

Grindstaff, Gwynn 

11

10

Hans, Ursula 

11

11

Haughey, Roger Wallace 

11

12

Joseph, Tony 

11

13

Karmel, James R. 

11

14

Knouff, Gregory 

11

15

Leibiger, Stuart 

11

16

McDonnell, Cathleen 

11

17

Merritt, Jane T. 

11

18

Newberry, Susan Annette 

11

19

Norred, Patricia A. 

11

20

Otto, Paul 

11

21

Pearson, James M. 

11

22

Pietak, Lynn Marie 

11

23

Robertson, Lindsay G. 

11

24

Sandlund, Vivian 

11

25

Stabile, Susan 

11

26

Tang, Edward 

11

27

Townsend, Camilla D. 

11

28

Verplanck, Anne A. 

11

29

Fifteen Year Report, etc., 1974-1975 

11

30

Seminar papers, 1978-1979 

Dunn, Mary Maples 

11

31

Landsman, Ned 

11

32

Nash, Gary 

11

33

Salinger, Sharon 

11

34

Shammas, Carole 

11

35

Zuckerman, Michael 

11

36

Seminar papers, 1979-1980 

Canny, Nicholas 

11

37

Fitzgerald, Neil 

11

38

Kogen, Elizabeth 

11

39

Murrin, John M. 

11

40

Ryerson, Richard Alan 

11

41

Salmon, Marylynn 

11

42

Smith, Billy G. 

11

43

Soderlund, Jean 

11

44

Wilds, Scott 

11

45

Seminar papers, 1982, Rediker, Marcus 

11

46

Seminar papers, 1987, Rosenberg, Nancy F. 

11

47

Seminar papers, 1992 

Hoffman, Ronald 

11

48

O’Shaughnessy, Andrew J. 

11

49

Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll 

11

50

Seminar papers, 1993, Beiler, Rosalind J. 

11

51

Seminar papers, lists, 1978-1980 

11

52

Research 

American Philosophical Society grants, 1969, 1972 

11

53

Barbados census of 1680, 1968-1971 

11

54

National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship, 1974-1975 

11

55

Social Science Lunch, 1974 

11

56

State University of New York, Albany, Evaluation, 1970-1971 

11

57

The World of William Penn, A Conference in Anglo-American History, Poster, 1982 March 19-March 22 

 Map file 87

 

University of Delaware History Graduate Program Evaluation Committee, Report, 1981 

11

58

Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Committee, 1965-1966 

11

59

 

Personal Papers, 1941-1995 

Box

Folder

Early works 

“A Week End at Hassock Lake”, 1941 

12

1

“Democracy and the Humanities,” n.d. 

12

2

“Five Short Comedies,” n.d. 

12

3

“Literary Supplement,” n.d. 

12

4

“Old Lanny,” n.d. 

12

5

“Outline of English History,” n.d. 

12

6

“The Dykes Mystery,” n.d. 

12

7

“The People’s Choice, a Play in Ten Scenes,” n.d. 

12

8

“The Tender-Hearted Surgeon: Archbishop Laud and the Growth of Religious Individualism”, Typescript, 1950 

12

9

“Uncharted Course”, Typescript, 1944 

12

10

“Unwelcome Guests”, Typescript, [1944] 

12

11

“Waiting for Tom to Come Home,” n.d. 

12

12

Advertisement, n.d. 

12

13

English papers of the fourth, fifth and sixth forms, n.d. 

12

14

Miscellaneous, n.d. 

12

15

Gail McK. Beckman Case, 1977 

17

2

George McGovern for President, 1972 

12

16

Harvard and Princeton Universities, History, Reading lists and exams, 1946-1955 

12

17

Harvard College undergraduate program, Student lecture and reading notes 

English 25 

12

18

English 40a, 1950 

12

19

English 40b 

12

20

English 131 

12

21

English 232 

12

22

English 250 

12

23

History 1, 1946-1947 

12

24

History 40b (I) 

12

25

History 40b (II) and 140a (I) 

12

26

History 119 (I) 

12

27

History 119 (II) 

12

28

History 121b (I) 

13

1

History 121b (II) and 142b (II) 

13

2

History 130 (I) 

13

3

History 130 (II) 

13

4

History 130 (III) and 119 (III) 

13

5

History 140a (II) 

13

6

History 142b 

13

7

Humanities, 114 

13

8

Humanities, 114 (II) 

13

9

Lindback Foundation Award for distinguished teaching, 1993 

17

3

McCarthy and McGovern for President, 1968, 1972 

13

10

Ohio State University, Dean of the College of Humanities, Candidacy, fall 1967 

13

11

Princeton University Graduate program, Student lecture and reading notes 

English 523, fall 1951 

13

12

English 523, paper “The Comedies of George Chapman,” 1952 

13

13

English 523, spring 1952 

13

14

History 306 

13

15

History 503, paper “Some Difficulties in the Educational Theory of John Dewey,” 1951 

13

16

History 511, paper “Religion and Economics,” 1951 

13

17

History 515, Foxite Whigs Paper, 1952 

13

18

History 523–History of England, 1951 

13

19

History I, fall 1952 

13

20

History–American Intellectual History, 1951 

13

21

History–Colonial America, fall 1951 

13

22

History–England to 1603 

13

23

History–French Revolution, 1952 

13

24

History–Introduction to the Professional Study of History, 1950 

13

25

History–Oliver Cromwell, 1951 

14

1

History–notes on Oliver Cromwell, 1955 

14

2

History–paper, “The Structure of Organized Religion in England,” 1952 

14

3

History–reading notes, miscellaneous 

14

4

History–reading notes, miscellaneous (II) 

14

5

History–Renaissance and Reformation, Spring 1951 

14

6

History–The Seventeenth Century, fall 1950 

14

7

History I and II, Quiz questions and notes, 1952-1955 

14

8

Schedules and lists, miscellaneous, 1952-1966 

14

9

Seminar on Teaching Methods, n.d. 

14

10

Resumes, [1968]-1995 

14

11

 

Glass Slides, 1765-[1913] 

Box

Folder

Bank notes 

Colonial coins, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

Colonial coins, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

Congress Fractional Currency, 1776 

17

Wood Box 1

Connecticut, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

Continental currency 

 

 

1775 

17

Wood Box 1

1776, 5 slides 

17

Wood Box 1

1777, 2 slides 

17

Wood Box 1

1778, 2 slides 

17

Wood Box 1

1778 

17

Wood Box 1

n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

Continental, Quarter Master certificate, 1781 

17

Wood Box 1

Delaware, 2 slides, 1776 

17

Wood Box 1

Delaware Bank of Credit, 1777 

17

Wood Box 1

Fayette County Bank, 1817 

17

Wood Box 1

Federal Lottery Bank, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

Lebanon County, 1838 

17

Wood Box 1

Lottery 

 

 

1829 

17

Wood Box 1

1829, tickets, 2 slides 

17

Wood Box 1

1848 

17

Wood Box 1

1858, 2 slides 

17

Wood Box 1

1859 

17

Wood Box 1

1865 

17

Wood Box 1

Washington City Canal, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

Massachusetts, 1779 

17

Wood Box 1

New Hampshire, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

New Jersey, 3 slides, 1776 

17

Wood Box 1

New Jersey, Bill of Credit, 1776 

17

Wood Box 1

New York City, 1775 

17

Wood Box 1

New York City, bank note, 1815 

17

Wood Box 1

Old Mint, Philadelphia–1 cent US Mint, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

Pennsylvania 

 

 

1772, 3 slides 

17

Wood Box 1

1775 

17

Wood Box 1

n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

Bill of Credit, 177[?] 

17

Wood Box 1

Philadelphia–Middle Ferry, 1777 

17

Wood Box 1

Rhode Island, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

Shinplaster, 3 slides, 1837 

17

Wood Box 1

Slate banks, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

South Carolina, 1779 

17

Wood Box 1

Stamp Act, 1765 

17

Wood Box 1

Stamped paper, 1765 

17

Wood Box 1

Town notes, 4 slides, 1837 

17

Wood Box 1

Virginia, Bill of credit, 1777 

17

Wood Box 1

Virginia, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

Unidentified, 4 slides, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 1

Britain 

Albert Hall 

17

Wood Box 1

Balfour, Arthur James 

17

Wood Box 1

Ball Room, Balmoral 

17

Wood Box 1

Bright, John 

17

Wood Box 1

Chamberlain, F. 

17

Wood Box 1

Gladstone in Parliament 

17

Wood Box 1

House of Commons 

17

Wood Box 1

House of Commons in 1742 

17

Wood Box 1

House of Lords–the Throne 

17

Wood Box 1

House of Parliament (Peer’s Entrance) 

17

Wood Box 1

Hyde Park in season 

17

Wood Box 1

London 

17

Wood Box 1

Marquis of Salisbury 

17

Wood Box 1

Passing of Reform Bill of 1832 

17

Wood Box 1

Roseberry, Lord 

17

Wood Box 1

Salisbury, Lord 

17

Wood Box 1

Street criers of London 

17

Wood Box 1

Thames policemen 

17

Wood Box 1

Tower of London 

17

Wood Box 1

Victorian Era, celebrities 

17

Wood Box 1

Westminster Bridge and St. Thomas’s Hospital 

17

Wood Box 1

Far West 

Arizona 

Apache squaw and cradle 

17

Wood Box 2

Chiricahuan Apache Chief 

17

Wood Box 2

Moqui Town Shung-a-Paw Wee 

17

Wood Box 2

View from Tegwa toward Moqui 

17

Wood Box 2

Fort Snelling, Minnesota 

17

Wood Box 2

Minnesota, River St. Croix 

17

Wood Box 2

Minneapolis, Pillsbury Flour Mills and Elevators 

17

Wood Box 2

Nevada, Canon at Silver City 

17

Wood Box 2

New Mexico, North View of Wolpi 

17

Wood Box 2

New Mexico, Santa Fe oldest houses from the south 

17

Wood Box 2

Placer Mining and Hydraulic, Sierra Nevada 

17

Wood Box 2

Salt Lake City, Interior of the Mormon Tabernacle 

17

Wood Box 2

Salt Lake City, New Tabernacle 

17

Wood Box 2

San Francisco 

Alley in Chinatown 

17

Wood Box 2

Balcony of Chinese restaurant 

17

Wood Box 2

Chinese apothecary 

17

Wood Box 2

Chinese Butcher shop 

17

Wood Box 2

Chinese quarter, 

17

Wood Box 2

Chinese Toss House 

17

Wood Box 2

Texas, Antonio, Alamo Plaza 

17

Wood Box 2

Texas, San Antonio, Alamo 

17

Wood Box 2

Unidentified 

17

Wood Box 2

Washington 

Combined header and thresher on ranch in the Big Bend 

17

Wood Box 2

Palouse farming in the Big Bend 

17

Wood Box 2

Seattle, front street from Yesler St. 

17

Wood Box 2

Seattle, James Street 

17

Wood Box 2

Seattle, Puget Sound 

17

Wood Box 2

Spokane, Riverside Avenue 

17

Wood Box 2

Spokane, Spokane Falls 

17

Wood Box 2

Tacoma residences facing Commencement Bay 

17

Wood Box 2

Tacoma, New Court House 

17

Wood Box 2

Tacoma, Pacific Avenue 

17

Wood Box 2

Fugitive slaves 

 Fugitive slaves

 

Benjamin Franklin portrait 

17

Wood Box 2

Embargo Will Ruin US, 1808 

17

Wood Box 2

Florida, St. Augustine old slave market, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 2

Fugitive slaves, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 2

Kansas Free Slave Fund, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 2

Slave advertisements, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 2

Unidentified, 2 slides, n.d. 

17

Wood Box 2

Italy: Statesmen 

Ferdinand IV 

17

Wood Box 2

Milan, Rue Victor Immanuel 

17

Wood Box 2

Piuo IX 

17

Wood Box 2

Pope Les XIII 

17

Wood Box 2

Unidentified, 2 slides 

17

Wood Box 2

Victor Emmanuel II 

17

Wood Box 2

Victor Emmanuel III, King of Italy 

17

Wood Box 2

World War I 

Armored automobiles 

17

Wood Box 2

Bertold, Minister in Austria-Hungary and Sazonoff, Minister in Russia 

17

Wood Box 2

Count Von Moltke 

17

Wood Box 2

Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig 

17

Wood Box 2

General Foch 

17

Wood Box 2

Horse and man protected from poison gas 

17

Wood Box 2

Jews retreating before Germans 

17

Wood Box 2

Louvain after the War 

17

Wood Box 2

Pershing at the tomb of Lafayette 

17

Wood Box 2

Quisling a German captive 

17

Wood Box 2

Unidentified, 2 slides 

17

Wood Box 2

William II of Germany 

17

Wood Box 2

 

Reference Books, 1900-1974 

Box

Folder

“Bibliographical Studies in Honor of Rudolf Hirsch” in The Library Chronicle, Vol. XL, 1974 

14

12

Annual Report of the American Historical Association, 1900 

14

13

Annual Report of the American Historical Association 1906, Volume II 

14

14

Biographical Sketches of Graduates of Harvard University Vol. I (1642-1658) 

14

15

Biographical Sketches of Graduates of Harvard University Vol. II (1659-1677) 

14

16

Directory of American Scholars, Volume I, History, 1969 

14

17

Harper’s Encyclopedia of United States History, 1905 

 

 

Vol. 1, A-B 

15

1

Vol. 2, C 

15

2

Vol. 3, D-F 

15

3

Vol. 4, G-H 

15

4

Vol. 5, I-L 

15

5

Vol. 6, M-N 

15

6

Vol. 7, O-R 

15

7

Vol. 8, S 

16

1

Vol. 9, T-U 

16

2

Vol. 10, V-Z 

16

3

 

William P. Dunn Papers, 1900-1964 

Box

Folder

“Selections from the Writings of Richard Hooker Together with Izaak Walton’s Life of Hooker,” 1940 Oct. 1 

Hooker portraits 

16

4

Page 1-60, Introduction, notes, and bibliography 

16

5

Page 61-152, “The Life of Mr. Richard Hooker” 

16

6

Page 153-217, Hooker, “A Preface…the Reformation of the Laws and Orders Ecclesiastical in the Church of England” 

16

7

Page 218-315, Hooker, “Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity” 

16

8

Page 316-348, Hooker, “The Second Book” 

16

9

Page 349-408, Hooker, “The Third Book” 

16

10

Page 409-453, Hooker, “The Fourth Book” 

16

11

Page 455-495, Hooker, “The Fifth Book” 

16

12

Page 496-531, Hooker, “Book VII” 

16

13

Page 532-585, Hooker, “Book VIII” 

16

14

Page 586-620, Hooker, “A Learned and Comfortable Sermon” 

16

15

“The ‘De Musica’ of Boethius,” 1917 May 7, Chapter 1 “The Music of the Greeks” 

16

16

Notes on the seventeenth century poets, n.d. 

16

17

Saint Paul Academy Alumni Directory, 1900-1964 

16

18