The Sidney L. Gulick Papers document Gulick's academic research and career. The collection contains instructional and administrative
files from Mills College and San Diego State University, as well as class lecture notes from Oberlin College. Also included
are his research materials, concentrating primarily on the fourth Earl of Chesterfield, Lord Stanhope. Other professional
organization files and personal files are also included. The collection is divided into five series: Research and Publications, San Diego State University, Mills College Administrative Files, Professional Organizations, and Personal Files.
Dr. Sidney L. Gulick, Jr., was born August 17, 1902, in Kobe, Japan, where his father, Sidney L. Gulick Sr., was a missionary.
He earned his bachelors degree in English at Oberlin in 1923, and returned to Japan thereafter to teach English and piano
at Doshisha University in Kyoto. He returned to the United States in 1924, subsequently earning his master's and doctorate
degrees at Oberlin and Yale, respectively. His research focused on the fourth Earl of Chesterfield, Lord Stanhope.
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