Preliminary Inventory to the James Heyworth-Dunne Papers, 1860-1949

Prepared by Edward A. Jajko
Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford University
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Phone: (650) 723-3563
Fax: (650) 725-3445
Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
© 1999
Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Preliminary Inventory to the James Heyworth-Dunne Papers, 1860-1949

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

Contact Information

  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
Prepared by:
Edward A. Jajko
Date Completed:
May 16, 1983
© 1999 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: James Heyworth-Dunne Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1860-1949
Collection number: 49005
Creator: Heyworth-Dunne, James
Extent: 7 manuscript boxes (2.9 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Theses, studies, notes, writings, and correspondence, relating to the history, philosophy, literature, education, and religion in Egypt, the Arab world, and Turkey.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Language: Arabic, Persian, Turkish, German, French and English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection open for research.
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Publication Rights

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], James Heyworth-Dunne Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Access Points

Arabic language.
Arabic literature.
Arabic philology.
Civilization, Islamic.
Sociology, Islamic.
Egypt.
Middle East.
Turkey.
Africa

Caveat

The James Heyworth Dunne Collection in the Hoover Institution Archives consists of seven boxes of miscellaneous materials written or gathered by James Heyworth Dunne. The following is a partial listing of the contents of those boxes, based on my inspection of the collection on May 3rd and 5th, 1983. The list is partial because of the great amount of time it would take for a piece by piece enumeration of the contents. One of the peculiarities of the collection is that Heyworth Dunne (henceforward "JHD") tagged individual components with serially-numbered gummed labels. In many cases, the labels were affixed to monographic volumes, some of which were catalogued into the Hoover stack collection and the Hoover Middle East Collection; others of which remain uncatalogued; while still others, monographic in form but not in content, are to be found in the archive. In many other cases, however, the tags were affixed to envelopes of clippings or reproductions, or to individual pages, sheets, documents, photostats, and photographs. In such cases, when one of the boxes or a subdivision of a box contains a number of individually tagged and numbered items, no attempt has been made to identify the items, to list their individual members, nor even to indicate the span of numbers included in that part of the archive.
In all cases in which item numbers are given, the numbers have been recorded after visual inspection of the archive. No attempt was made, however, to verify if envelopes or folders actually contained the numbered items listed on the outside of the containers.
Unless an author is specified, the author or compiler of the materials in the archive is JHD. Titles enclosed within quotation marks are copied as is from the materials in the archive. Illegible words or questionalbe readings are indicated by this writer's use of (?). Statements that works are unpublished were copied as is from the materials in the archive, and may no longer be valid.
Edward A. Jajko

Middle East Bibliographer

5/16/83