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Finding Aid for the Ernest Carroll Moore Papers, ca. 1900-1955
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Box 1

Personal corespondence for the years 1906, 1907, 1909, 1910, 1912, & 1913.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters from Sir John Adams, John M. Brewer and Ezequiel A. Chávez.
Box 2

Personal correspondence for the years 1911, 1914, 1916-1920, 1922, 1923-1928.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters from persons noted, Box 1.
Box 3

Personal correspondence for the years 1929-1935.

Scope and Content Note

The folders for the years 1933-1935 contain several letters which are concerned with the communist problem on the UCLA campus. Includes letters from persons noted, Box 1; and from Mary Austin.
Box 4

Personal correspondence for the years 1936-1947, 1950, and one folder of undated letters.

Box 5

One folder of correspondence (bound) between Moore and Ezequiel A. Chavez. 1906-1947.

Box 5

A report by E.C. Moore, submitted to Mr. C.D. Hine of the State Board of Education, Hartford, Connecticut. June 5, 1911.

Box 5

Replies to the correspondence referred to in Box 1 & 2.

Box 6

Replies to correspondence referred to in Box 2 and Box 3 (1927-1933).

Box 7

Replies to correspondence for the years 1934 and 1935. In addition, this box contains a folder of replies titled undated and a folder of replies titled fragments.

Box 8

Manuscript and proof copy of I Helped Make a University.

Box 8

Manuscript of California's Educators.

Box 8

A translation by Moore of Guiseppi Salvivli's, Education in Italy in in the 8th, 9th, & 10th Centuries.

Box 9

The Schools After Luther.

Physical Description: Manuscript (typescript).
Box 9

A folder of book reviews by E.C. Moore.

Box 10

A collection of Moore's articles and a lecture.

Box 10

A folder of Lincolniana.

Box 11

Material dealing with Moore's work on the Jefferson Letters plus the manuscript of the intended edition of Jefferson Letters.

 

Typescript of Materials for The Story of Instruction:

Box 12

The Apology of Socrates.

Box 12

The Historical Writing in the Middle Ages.

Box 12

Historical Writing during the Reformation.

Box 12

History of Greece.

Box 12

Loyola and the Reformation.

Box 12

Out of the Living Past.

Box 12

Luther and the Reformation.

Box 12

The Age of Revolutions.

Box 12

What is Education.

 

More Typescript of Materials for The Story of Instruction. Other writings:

 

UCLA Founding.

Note

Removed to Box 8 [is manuscript for I Helped Make a University].
Box 13

The Essence of Matter.

Box 14

Printed Articles and books by Moore.

Box 15

Material from Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce.

Box 16

Material on communism at UCLA collected by and sent to E.C. Moore.

Box 17

Clippings about E.C. Moore.

Box 17

Manuscript of article on his philosophy of education by Kate G. Moore.

Box 18

Material concerning the Minimum Course of Study.

Box 19

Papers concerning education in the Los Angeles area.

Box 19

Schools Record Book of Los Angeles Superintendent of Schools.

Box 19

Reports of the Academic Senate.

Box 20

Reprints of articles presented to Moore.

Box 21

Catalog of Moore's library.

Box 21

Memorabillia and Photos

Box 21

Volume entitled The Life Morals of Jesus of Nazareth by Thomas Jefferson. 1904.

Box 21

Moore, Ernest Carroll. The Story of Instruction... New York: Macmillan. 1938.

Note

Presentation copy from the author to Lily Bess Campbell, September 15, 1938.
Oversize Box 22

Etching with autographs, November 1988.