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Professional Correspondence Files 1910-1952

Box 1, Folder 1

1910 - 1911

Scope and Content Note

Letters regarding E.E. Robinson's coming to Stanford U. (Adams, Jordan).
Box 1, Folder 2

1912

Scope and Content Note

From Munroe Smith.
Robinson to F.J. Turner.
Mrs. Wm. Kittle about Progressive Movement.
Mss. of book review.
Box 1, Folder 3

1913

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with Adams, especially concerning Robinson's employment.
Correspondence with Alvin S. Johnson, especially concerning Robinson's study of the 1912 Presidential election for the Political Science Quarterly and with reference to Robinson's past career and present work.
Franklin Jameson - maps, letter to Adams re: confusion in planning of courses.
Box 1, Folder 4

1914

Scope and Content Note

Letters to E.D. Adams, H.E. Bolton, from Carl R. Rich (?).
Letters from Alvin S. Johnson.
Box 1, Folder 5

1915

Scope and Content Note

E.D. Adams - Dept. news; letters from P.A. Martin, P.J. Treat (incl. political problems), Alvin S. Johnson; to Guy S. Ford (Minnesota), offer by Ford Norris Gage; review of Sectional Significance of the Public Lands by R.G. Wellington; from Solon J. Buck, George Charles, E.D. Adams.
Box 1, Folder 6

1916 - 1919 (mostly 1916)

Scope and Content Note

Letters from J. H. Morse, John W. Kern, John M. McBride & crisis for Sewanee review; Philippine fear of Japan; to George Patton (Senate candidate); to Hubert Croly (election results); from H. Croly (editor of New republic); to John Bender (politics); E.D. Adams (Dept. business); letter to Edward A. White (concerning brother Stephen's ms. material); Daniel C. Roper (re Robinson's statistical work for Democratic National Committee); Payson J. Treat; several letters regarding national election of 1916; Norris L. Gage (sec'y. to Sen. Stewart of Nevada); letter to Wilbur recommending H.H. Sayre for ambulance driving; state librarian (re ms. of ex-Sen. Booth); E.D. Adams (re war issues course); R.S. Gray (especially re current situation); correspondence re Yale appointment; The California Idea.
Box 1, Folder 7

1917

Scope and Content Note

E.B. Krehbiel; William Kettner (re Horace M. Conard); Agreement with Macmillan Co. (re The Foreign Policy of Woodrow Wilson); A.C. Krey; George W. Marston (files of San Diego Union); National Board for Historical Service (re a war aims course & historians' service during war); National Security League (patriotism through education, speaking engagement); C.D. Carus (re draft, enlistments, pacifists, etc.); John R. Casserly, Phoenix High School speaking engagement; summary of year's work; Letter to John D. Works seeking interview; Jeanne Wiel (re Sen. Stewart materials); more John D. Works; George B. Willcutt (re J.L. Willcutt); to R.L. Wilbur (need to disseminate information on events leading up to current war situation); Daniel C. Roper (Democratic National Committee - analysis of 1916 vote); Committee on Occupational Selection; National Security League: outline of plan for public addresses and lectures; Joseph L. Pease (S.T. Gage ms.); J.D. Spreckels; State Council of Defense for California; to F.J. Turner (National Board for Historical Service); William Trimble; Robert L. Coleman; A.H. Fulton (re lectures for Phoenix High School); Carl R. Fish (especially re The Foreign Policy of Woodrow Wilson and affairs of the National Board for Historical Service); Alvin Johnson; H.E. Huntington.
Norris Gage (re Stewart & C.P.)
Box 1, Folder 8

1918

Scope and Content Note

E. Krehbiel; P.G. Miller (especially re Clayton D. Carus); C.D. Carus; Comments on current history in letter to J. Earl B___ (?); Daniel C. Roper (election publicity); Victor J. West (includes comments on domestic, foreign political situation); J.T. Shotwell; F.J. Turner (especially re informing the public about current history); C.R. Fish; Camp Fremont; history lectures; Geo. C. Hodges (of Wash. State College; comments on Ichihashi).
Box 1, Folder 9

1919

Scope and Content Note

William Kittle (concerning candidacy for presidency of U. of New Mexico); E. Krehbiel (includes comments on political situation by E.K.); P.A. Martin; F.L. Payson (recommending Robinson); George E. Crothers; speaking engagement for League to Enforce Peace; J. Earl Baker; Commonwealth Club of Calif.; Daniel C. Roper; letter to H.C. Hoover (concerning records of Stanford people in World War I); U.S. Food Administration; letter to R.L. Wilbur (re leadership of U.S.; Walter Rathenau); John E. Bennett (re The Great Cycle); Everett Colby; Victor J. West; Henry Suzzallo; 1854 Indian (Omaha) affairs (letter to A.B. Snow); Max Farrand (requests Robinson to take his place temporarily); R.S. Gray (Commonwealth Club of Calif. - interest in League Nations); National Institution for Moral Instruction Inc.; C.R. Fish; J.E. [Baker] (?) (comments on current position of Japanese, especially in China); F.J. Turner; P.J. Treat (Stanford enrollment, Dept. news, introduction of tuition, other news); Charles Hodges; Alvin S. Johnson (re Wilson & Roosevelt); Max Farrand.
Box 2, Folder 10

1920

Scope and Content Note

E. Krehbiel; H.E. Bolton; Frank M. Russell; Victor J. West; R.L. Wilbur (Robinson's comments on contemporary civilization & national politics); Max Farrand; comments on Gov. Cox of Ohio by (?); E.D. Adams (including extensive comments on re-organization of undergraduate instruction); Hoover Collection; F.L. Payson; D.S. Jordan.
Box 2, Folder 11

1921

Scope and Content Note

Ralph H. Gabriel; Edward M. Hulme; Geo. C. Hodges; correspondence with publishers; Christian A. Herter; Walter M. Hart; Victor J. West (includes comments on citizenship course); R.L. Wilbur (Hoover archives, Stanford War History); Silver, Burdett & Co. (Robinson's American History); William A. Dodd (re Woodrow Wilson); correspondence regarding reed College; History Club; Max Farrand; Richard F. Scholz; H.E. Bolton; Everett S. Brown; Commonwealth Club of Calif.; J. Earle Baker (especially re Chinese famine); P.J. Treat (?) (experiences in the Far East); M. Anesaki; E.D. Adams (re Robinson's work in Wash. D.C. for Hoover Institute); letters Walter Lippmann; H.B. Learned; E. Krehbiel; Ralph Lutz; Douglas MacArthur; William E. Dodd; P.J. Treat (experiences in Japan); Korekujo Takahashi; Colonial Dames of America (Sulgrave Manor, England); comments on American & British political systems in letter Donald R. Richberg; notices concerning purchase of on-campus homes by faculty members; Mabel E. Simpson; letter to F.J. Turner (re Jacksonian politics)
Box 2, Folder 12

1922

Scope and Content Note

William E. Dodd; Washington Conference; Silver, Burdett & Co.; various speaking engagements; letters to P.J. Treat (largely concerned with Far Eastern affairs); Alden H. Abbott; materials from Washington Conference on Armament Limitation for Hoover Collection; Walter Lippmann; 1922 Indiana Senate primary; Committee on the Summer Quarter; G. Charles Hodges; letter to Bernard Baruch (chiefly national politics); Ruth Bartlett (teaching at Humboldt State); George Herron (comments on near-East and Italian political situation); Richard F. Scholz (wants Robinson at reed); book reviews.
Box 2, Folder 13

(Part I) 1923

Scope and Content Note

Charles Gardner (national repentence); Ralph H. Gabriel; Eldon Griffin; recommendation of T.A. Bailey (to F.P. Griffiths); R.G. Gettell; minutes History Club of the California Academy of Social Sciences; History of the United States by Thwaites and Kendall (correspondence with Houghton Mifflin Co.); R.L. Wilbur (re Robinson's attendance at professional meetings, promotion to full professor); Robinson speeches (4th of July, attacking biased texts); information for president's report; American creed and people; acquisition of congressional record (Samuel Shortridge); school of Social Sciences; Stephen M. White papers (in letter to G.T. Clark); Wisconsin class of 1908 reunion; George Clarence (?); T.J. Norton; National Economic League; Stockton 4th of July celebration; AHA Pacific Coast branch (letter to Wilbur); comments re certain textbooks; Allen M. Kline (re John G. Howes); Time magazine; Harlow Lindley; National Council for Prevention of War; William Kittle; California League of Women Voters; letter to F.J. Turner (re library, Hoover Collection, History Dept.); American review; C.D. Tenney (?) (moral conditions in China); California Academy of Social Sciences; Ford M. Tussing (poor scholastic performace of men engaged in extra-curricular activity); speaking engagements; Lou Henry Hoover (essay contest); Herbert C. Jones; D.S. Jordan.
Box 2, Folder 14

(Part II) 1923

Scope and Content Note

American Political Parties (Harcourt, Brace & Co.); Charles E. Martin (education in social studies); Owen C. Cox; AHA Pacific Coast branch; Charles E. Martin; pyschology & politics; Commonwealth Club of California (international relations); letter to F.J. Turner; Robert G. Cleland; California State Historical Association; L.J. Paetow; Iron Cross; materials concerning T.A. Bailey's application for Rhodes Scholarship; William E. Boran; E.H. Basnor; Edgar J. Banks; data for president's report; Charles Hodges; John G. Howes.
Box 3, Folder 15

(Part I) 1924

Scope and Content Note

Ralph H. Gabriel (re Gabriel's book); Carl R. Fish; Max Farrand (report on Gazeway Courses in history); R.L. Wilbur; L.E. Fast; Census of college staffs by American Council on Education; J. Earle Baker (Chinese economics & politics); International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union; National Council for Prevention of War (wanting contributions); Walter Lippmann, Sarah A. Young; Norman V. Donaldson; R.L. Wilbur; League of Nations Non-Partisan Association; Citizenship course; speaking engagements; speakers for spring quarter; address on Washington & Lincoln (Memorial Church, 24 Feb. 1924); comments on 1924 campaign & Coolidge in letters to Daniel C. Roper & W.A. Robinson; summary of work done in past year; impressions of various campuses; Professor Edgar E. Robinson at 21 years of age (includes comments on interview with W.J. Bryan); summer Oxford instruction for Americans; conference with Bd. of Trustees regarding purpose & content of courses; referendum to the National Council of the National Economic League on the World Court; comments on citizenship course in letter to J. Earle Baker; Angelina Burns; recommendation of T.A. Bailey for Rhodes Scholarship.
Box 3, Folder 16

(Part II) 1924

Scope and Content Note

Brochure on Peking Univ.; job offer by Leigh Univ.; appointment as U.C. lecturer; summer offer from Utah Agricultural College; M. Panunzio; W. Lippmann (comments on Robinson's book on political parties); essay contest for women sponsored by Mrs. Hoover; death of Richard Scholz; F.J. Turner retirment dinner; Paul H. Clyde; E.D. Adams; Angelina Burns; Roberta Thompson; Colonial Grand Dames of America (essay contest won by David Harris); recommendation of D. Harris for Rhodes Scholarship; Robinson's publishers; J.G. Maytin; speaking engagements; Joseph M. Clyde; Sir Francis Drake Association; Margaret E. Bennett; Samuel Shortridge (Senate & House calendars); E.O. Sisson; E.P. Cubberley (required constitution course); E.R. Colburn (Mexican democracy).
Box 3, Folder 17

(Part I) 1925

Scope and Content Note

Lewis M. Terman; letter to F.J. Turner asking him to lecture; Max Farrand; recommendations of Edith Dobie; Mary W. Williams (re E. Dobie & women Ph.D. in general); H.E. Bolton (re E. Dobie, T.A. Bailey); The White Papers & Miss Dobie's Thesis; Norman Coleman; The Washington Conference - extracts from letters from Wash. D.C.; American Council on Education Placement Service; Merle Alderman; E.D. Adams Dixon Ryan Fox; Max Farrand; Carl R. Fish; letter Chester A. Rowell soliciting for AHA; William Kittle; Robert Littler; League of Nations Non-Part san Association; E.O. Sisson - moral education; F.J. Turner; Colonial Dames of America; San Francisco Chamber of Commerce banquet; concern over Japanese situation; recommendation of Paul H. Clyde; H. Croly (of The New republic); citizenship instructors' conference - 23 Apr. 1925; Nobel Peace Prize announcement & recommendation of D.S. Jordan for prize; Harcourt, Brace & Co.; first Calif. gasoline-driven automobile; C.F. Huth Jr.; Charles Hodges; Allen Johnson; W. Westergaard; Own C. Coy (re funds for Calif. State Historical Association); letter to H. Jones (same topic); H.C. Hockett; John G. Howes.
Box 3, Folder 18

(Part II) 1925

Scope and Content Note

Sartell Prentice; E.O. Sisson, deportation of John C. Schadel (Dept. of Labor to D.S. Jordan); Mary A. Moore (slave labor in Calif. mines?); Phi Beta Kappa (Richard H. Piatt, R.L. Wilbur); C.[W.] Panunzio; information for president's report; Max Farrand; William A. Robinson; Charles B. Kuhlman; graduate students; League of Nations Non-Partisan Association; The Trend of Naval Affairs (R.E. Krause); use of Yale Univ. Press films for history classes; speech; R.L. Wilbur (citizenship course); Mrs. G.T. Gerlinger (considering Robinson for U. of Oregon presidency); AHA Pacific Coast branch; Eugene I. McCormac; F.E. Morgan; Paul H. Douglas; use of Yale Univ. Press films (motion pictures) in classroom; efforts of The American Foundation to Further Progress in Senate of the World Court; Mary Williams; E.D. Adams (re Fort Sumter); academic freedom & academic tenure; T.A. Bailey; Hayes Baker-Crothers Edgar Lee Masters (re W.J. Bryan); Carl R. Fish; reference to Levi Stowell diary in correspondence with Mrs. M.E. Emery; Yale Univ. Press (ms. of California [by Farrand?]); H.E. Bolton (re T.A. Bailey); Frederick Merk (re Bailey); E.O. Sisson; Angelina Burns; C.M. Panunzio.
Box 3, Folder 19

(Part I) 1926

Scope and Content Note

Work in the History of the West at Stanford; Squires materials; Phi Beta Kappa; W. Mayo Newhall; correspondence concerning Robinson & presidency of Univ. of Oregon; C.H. Van Tyne; R.L. Wilbur; war record of Stanford men & women; Samuel Shortridge; T.A. Bailey & letters to & from C.R. Fish & H.E. Bolton concerning Bailey.
Box 4, Folder 20

(Part II) 1926

Scope and Content Note

American Peace Society (invitation to join); Max Farrand; Colonial Dames essay contest & scholarship; Frank P. Deering; publication of Edith Dobie's thesis; problems of citizenship - sectioning classes according to ability; Henry B. Learned; The American Foundation (re World Court resolution); Edgar Kiess; application (for European travel) to the Kahn Foundation for the foreign travel of American teachers (including copies of recommendations by Farrand, Jordan, G. Showerman; F.J. Turner, Wilbur); Victor J. West; Thomas A. Bailey; Charles Hodges (including travel offer to Hodges from Carnegie Endowment for International Peace); J. Hugh Jackson; E.G. Mears (race & trade in citizenship course).
Box 4, Folder 21

(Part I) 1927

Scope and Content Note

F.L. Paxson; Edith Dobie; L. Fast (extensive correspondence); William Kittle; death of Victor J. West; O.H. Wedel; R.L. Wilbur; T.A. Bailey; speaking engagements; J. Earle Baker; T.D. Boardman; H.E. Bolton; J. Hugh Jackson.
Box 4, Folder 22

(Part II) 1927

Scope and Content Note

World Federation of Education Associations; P.J. Treat; Charles M. Swain, Clark E. Persinger (Sen. Stewart papers); Social Science research Council (inquiry concerning methods in selected research projects); William A. Robinson; E.D. Adams; American Legislators' Association annual meeting; Henry S. Anderson, J.E. Wier (re confiscation of Nevada State Historical Society papers by a political board); W. Westergaard; G.T. Clark; W. Henry Cooke.
Box 4, Folder 23

(Part I) 1928

Scope and Content Note

James R. Cutting, Edith Dobie; Edwin Deller; Herbert Croly (re Robinson's objections to The New republic's support for Gov. Smith as president); J.W. Fesler; L. Fast; Max Farrand; Virginia E. Fox (re diary of Capt. Bouldin); Ralph Lutz; Mrs. Wm. Kent; Colonial Dames of America; A.C. Krey; Donald Barnes recommendations of N.C. Belk to other institutions; letter to Robinson's grandfather; J.E. Baker; L.L. Bernard (encyclopedia of social sciences); H.E. Bolton; Thomas S. Barclay (includes comments on national politics, especially re Smith & Hoover); T. Bailey; Russell Buchanen; letter to Wm. H. Henry of Socialist Party; Frances I. Hus; letter to John P. Irish Jr. re Stephen M. White letter; recommendation of David Harris to Univ. of South Carolina; D.S. Jordan; H.C. Hockett; David Harris; H.P. Mack; L.A. Mander, Merk; B. McAnear; radio speech for National League of Women Voters; Milton Conover.
Box 4, Folder 24

(Part II) 1928

Scope and Content Note

Bernice Tompkins; W.W. Insley; returns on presidential elections in Nevada & Calif.; papers of Nevada Historical Society; B.F. Shambaugh (John P. Irish papers); Robinson's expression of political support for Hoover in letter to R.N. Shott; [J. Shannon]; letter to G.F. Parker (seeking information on J.P. Irish material); W.A. Robinson; Wm. H. Ellison; Mrs. W.E. Junkert; AHA Pacific Coast branch; Franklin C. Palm; Frank W. Pitman; Owen C. Coy; L.J. Paetow; J.C. Parish; James R. Cutting; New York Telegram (Robinson's prediction of election results); summer session at Univ. of Oregon; The American Foundation (advocating American participation in the World Court); American Civil Liberties Union (unfair treatment of Chinese); Preston B. Albright; Henrik C. Andersen (correspondence with Jordan re International City); speaking engagements; Edward White; Jeanne E. Wier (Stewart papers); Ruth E. Wright; T.J. Walsh for President; request to Wilbur by Robinson that he not be reappointed director of Citizenship; letter to The New republic disagreeing with their support of Smith for President; Albert F. Coyle; D.E. Clark.

Note

[Note: No Folder #25]
Box 4, Folder 26

(Part I) 1929

Scope and Content Note

Edith Dobie; C.A. Duniway, diary of James G. Bell; Max Farrand; correspondence re B. McAnear; Seba Elridge; Dudley H. Burney; Ralph Gabriel; F.G. Guittard; Robert J. Kerner (dinner with U.C. History Dept.); A.C. Krey; Florence P. Kahn (request for census map); R.B. von Kleinsmid (especially re Y. Ichihashi); Ralph Lutz (re E.D. Adams); Lottie Woods (Colonial Dames of America scholarship & essay contest): educational radio; reginald Bell; H.M. Bacon; J.E. Baker; H.W. Bradley; T.A. Bailey; O.S. Johnson; Institute of Statesmanship; D.S. Jordan; Charles Hodges; David Hazen; Dictionary of American Biography; David Harris (complains about conditions at Univ. of South Carolina); Victor H. Harding; Walter J. Hall; C.W. Hackett; Marnie Jackson; B. McAnear; G.H. Marx; M. Murphy; P.A. Martin; E.A. Cottrell.
Box 5, Folder 27

(Part II) 1929

Scope and Content Note

P.J. Treat (John F. Swift papers): Department Sandards; report of meeting of School of Social Sciences; James W. Thompson; Nathan Van Patten; Samuel Shortridge; John C. Parish; Frank C. Palm; C. Panunzio; C.A. Paullin (Library of Congress); Alfred Powers (Univ. of Oregon summer school); F.A. Rice; Royal Historical Society; S.K. Ratcliff; O.O. Winther; O.H. Wedel; M.S. Wildman (faculty research); H. Cooke; J.J. Coss (Columbia Univ. contemporary civilization course); Modern Methods of Warfare & Protection of the Civilian Population (Conference in Frankfurt); W. Westergaard; John R. Nichols; fellowships; Preston B. Albright; The American Foundation (World Court Problem); Paul H. Clyde (travels in Japan, Korea, China); Colonial Dames of America.
Box 5, Folder 28

1930

Scope and Content Note

Edith Dobie; H.H. Fisher; Carl R. Fish; to Max Farrand (concerning letters in Huntington Library); Charles Gardner; Univ. of Oregon (vacancy in History Dept.); Albert Guerard; A.C. Krey; changes in Dept. (letter to H.B. Learned): F.C. Wooton; Harold W. Bradley; Anne Bancroft; M.P. Briggs; L.E. Bassett; Lottie G. Woods (Colonial Dame of America); W. Westergaard; Frank J. Klingberg; speaking engagements; Commonwealth Club of California; E.A. Cottrell (Social Science research Council); T.A. Bailey; T.S. Barclay; R. Buchanan; H.B. Bard; R. Swain; David Hazen; E.L. Harvey; David Harris (work in England): V.H. Harding; to Mrs. T.J. Hoover; F.H. Hodder; Marie Jackson; to Mrs. Jordan; P.A. Martin; B. McAnear.
Box 5, Folder 29

(A - Al) 1930 - 1935

Scope and Content Note

H.M. Adams; Committee for the Immediate Defense of Constitutional Rights; auditing of classes; W.F. Adams; E.D. Adams; Florence Adams; American Civil Liberties Union; R.E. Albright (includes dissertation abstract); 1934 Alumni Conference; effect of depression on AHA (J. G. de Roulhal Hamilton); Jane E. Adams.
Box 5, Folder 30

( American Democracy in Times of Crisis) 1930 - 1935

Scope and Content Note

R.L. Wilbur; D. Charles Gardner; W.T. Root; G.S. Ford; Ralph H. Gabriel; Henry Lanz; Dorothea Wyatt.
Box 5, Folder 31

(American Historical Association) 1932

Scope and Content Note

C. Martin; Toronto meeting; C.A. Beard; memorandum on arrangements for publication of the report of the Commission on the Social Studies; R. Gabriel (Program Committee); R.C. Clark; Edith Dobie; T.A. Bailey; report of the Committee of the AHA on the planning of research; AHA analysis of programmes of meetings; Dexter Perkins (re American Historical review); 1931 AHA meeting.
Box 5, Folder 32

(Am - Az) 1930 - 1935

Scope and Content Note

American Legislators' Association (aids for law-makers); R.E. Albright; Carl L. Alsberg (graduate students as instructors); invitation to join Pi Gamma Mu; R.E. Swain; International relations; recommendations to Huron College (S. Dakota); minutes of the special committee of the American Association for the Advancement of Science to consider the relations between the social & economic sciences & natural sciences (24 Jan. 1931); Association of American Universities; Henry Anderson; appointment service; R.L. Asquith; series on Stanford in The Argonaut.
Box 5, Folder 33

(Ba - Bi) 1930 - 1935

Scope and Content Note

T.A. Bailey (sinking of Lusitania, work in Wash. D.C., request to E.A. Cottrell for funds); Margery Bailey, Mrs. Philip Bancroft; additional material on Bailey (work at Univ. of Washington); J. Earle Baker; Charles A. Barker; goals of citizenship course; T.S. Barclay; recommendation for W.C. Bark; reginald Bell; Carl Becker; C.A. Beard; [A.B. Bender]; Margaret Bennett; Hoover's greeting to John Bender on his 100th birthday; H.H. Bellot; Samuel F. Bemis; Andre A. Beaumont Jr.; citizenship syllabus; Bernard I. Bell.
Box 5, Folder 34

(Bi - Bz) 1930 - 1935

Scope and Content Note

Robert C. Binkley (Joint Committee on Materials for research); Joseph B. Brown; speaking engagements; J.B. Bowen; H.E. Bourne (editor, American Historical review); letter to C.F. Brand; reid R. Briggs (includes account of 1933 inauguration); Harold R. Bruce; Harold W. Bradley; George G. Bruntz; Lyman Bryson (California Association for Adult Education); Rhodes Scholarship recommendation for Robert Minge Brown; Dudley H. Burney; R. Buchanan; Social Science research Council.
Box 6, Folder 35

(Ca - Ck) 1930 - 1935

Scope and Content Note

California State Library (Sacramento); restriction of Asiatic immigration; Journal exchange with Univ. of London; What is Happening to the Constitution; California Joint Immigration Committee; California Association for Adult Education (includes special programs); faculty club; letters to A.M. Cathcart (re advantages of quarter system); Lucy W. Adams; California Historical Society; J.L. Christian; Citizens' League on Government & Taxation of Santa Clara County; Census Bureau.
Box 6, Folder 36

(Herbert Hoover's The Challenge to Liberty) 1935

Scope and Content Note

Ralph Gabriel; W.T. Root; Frederick Merk; F.L. Paxson; R.C. Clark; John P. Pritchett; C.W. Hackett.
Box 6, Folder 37

(Cl - Coq) 1935

Scope and Content Note

R.C. Clark; G.T. Robinson; Tracy Coker (includes mention of national & Idaho political situation); Paul H. Clyde (includes Far East trip); E.W. Clement; Dictionary of American Biography (re Stephen M. White); Walter E. Clark; Commonwealth Club of California; letters of introduction for W.H. Cooke; Colonial Dames of America (essay contest); Committee for the Immediate Defense of Constitutional Rights; John R. Commons' birthday fund; Commonwealth Club of California; Tracy Coker.
Box 6, Folder 38

(Cor - Cz) 1930 - 1935

Scope and Content Note

A.F. Coyle; Frederick Merk (recommending R. Current); R.L. Wilbur; B.F. Culver; George E. Crothers; Hardin Craig (independent study); California Emergency relief Commission; D.E. Cross; E.A. Cottrell; Edward M. Hulme; D.W. Curtis; Albert F. Coyle (loans to deserving students); E.P. Cubberley; Stanford YMCA report for autumn 1929.
Box 6, Folder 39

(D) 1930 - 1935

Scope and Content Note

J.S. Davis (Social Science research Conference); W.H. Davis (Stanford Press); Edwin Deller (includes mention of current political trends); R.O. DeMonde; Democratic Women Forum; rejected thesis of G. Dickie; Edith Dobie; T.E. Drake; A.A.U.P. survey of college & univ. teaching; C.A. Duniway; L.B. Shippee.
Box 6, Folder 40

(E) (F) 1930 - 1935

Scope and Content Note

Seba Elridge (texts in college education); E. Ellery; secondary education (Dept. of the Interior); National Committee on research in Secondary Education); R. Elder (exploitation of janitors at Stanford); L.H. Evans; A. Fitzhugh; H.H. Fisher; Max Farrand (includes reference to Woodrow Wilson & Turner letters), letter to Mrs. C.R. Fish; Sidney B. Fay; Carl R. Fish; reference to Sen. Flint (letter to W.R. Flint); Guy S. Ford; H.G. Florcis; M. Fuller; L.W. Fuller; Paul Knaplund; J.F. Willard; W.C. Binkley; C.B. Malone; P.A. Martin (re G. Freyre).
Box 6, Folder 41

(Ga - Gh) 1930 - 1935

Scope and Content Note

Ralph Gabriel (intellectual history, Stanford summer appointment); to D. Charles Gardner; Charles Gauld III (including reference to great-grandfather's diary); Stephen B. Gavrilovic (possible temporary appointment at Stanford); Ralph Lutz (also concerning Gavrilovic); W.W. Ray; E.M. Gettys.
Box 6, Folder 42

(Gi - Gz) 1930 - 1935

Scope and Content Note

J.M. Gleason; C.M. Goethe; C. Goodwin (AHA); E. Goodman; Gladys M. Graham; Albert Guerard; summer appointment of Henri Gregoire; disarmament petition; D. Harris (re Gregoire); Guggenheim Foundation; F.G. Guittard.
Box 6, Folder 43

(Ha - Hd) 1930 - 1934

Scope and Content Note

recommendation of Clarence Osborn; A.H. Von Hafften; R.C. Haight; C.W. Hackett (invitation to Robinson for seminar on Mexican history); I. Hall; Leo Harvey; critisicm of a David Harris lecture (by Robinson); R.C. Binkley, D. Harris (especially regarding appointment).
Box 6, Folder 44

(He - Ho) 1930 - 1934

Scope and Content Note

W.H. Heicher; G. Hinkle; Herbert C. Jones; F. Hichborn (especially re papers in his possession); R.L. Wilbur; C. P. Higby (summer appointment); Charles Hodges; Paul A. Clyde (seeking information on Woodrow Wilson); [F.W. Hirst]; letters to Herbert Hoover (includes mention of John R. McBride manuscript); letter to editor of Saturday review of Literature; J.P. Hoover; Liberalism (by Guido de Ruggiero).
Box 6, Folder 45

(Ho - Hz) 1930 - 1934

Scope and Content Note

John P. Hoover (trip to Latin America); J.G. Howes; Glen C. Hoover (proposal for formation of political group); R.L. Wilbur; Charles Hodges (includes reference to The Background of International relations); Edward M. Hulme; P. Hurt (especially re graduate students' research); Huntington Library; more on E.M. Hulme (from Europe).
Box 7, Folder 46

(I) 1930 - 1935

Scope and Content Note

A. Guerard; Institut Historique et Heraldique de France; Y. Ichihashi (trip to Japan, Robinson writes of possible 10 percent salary cut, sickness, coming of M. Savelle); 1932 Iron Cross reunion (newsletter includes financial situation of Univ. of Wisconsin); Institute of International relations; Institute for Administrative Officers of Higher Institutions; William S. Gray; Herbert I. Priestly.
Box 7, Folder 47

(J) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Elizabeth Jackson, Death of H.B. Learned; Durwood Howes; O. S. Johnson; Eliot Jones; Mrs. David S. Jordan; Tribute to D. S. Jordan; R. L. Jones.
Box 7, Folder 48

(Ka - Kk) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

D. L. Kemmerer, rental of cottage: Sept. 1935; John H. Kemble, Modification of Summer Quarter; Grayson Kefauver; William Kirk; R. J. Kerner; H. H. Fisher (re T. B. Kittridge); L. P. Kibby; L. Kirkpatrick.
Box 7, Folder 49

(Kl - Kz) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

J. W. Studebaker (re Hans Kohn); George H. Knoles, Letters to Allan Nevins (1893 Panic); Frank J. Klingberg; Olive Kuntz (re Frank Gilliam); M. Kruse; A. C. Krey.
Box 7, Folder 50

(L) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Norman F. Coleman (re T. La Fargue); Wolfgang Langewiesche; Richard T. LaPiere, National Council of Geographraphy Teachers; Robert Lee; Mrs. H. B. Learned (re Disposition of H. B. Learned's Books); League of Nations Association; American Council of Learned Societies (Seventh International Congress of Historical Sciences-Warsaw-August 1933); H. B. Learned's Writings (Stanford Press, American Council of Learned Societies); R. F. Swain; F. C. Learned; H. B. Learned (Appointment at Stanford); City Improvement League; R. Lindman; Letter to Mrs. M. Lissner (re California Manuscript Collections); Ralph Lutz (European Trip-Mentions Political Situation, Materials for Hoover Institute, World Almanac, James Van Toor, Survey Studies in American History); J. B. Lockey; R. Lutz (Ph. D. Candidates M.A. Candidates, Advanced Courses, Syllabus and Jewel Funds).
Box 7, Folder 51

(M - Mac) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Henry M. Madden; Macmillan Co., (reprinting The Foreign Policy of Woodrow Wilson); R. MacFarlane; R. Madsen, Dictionary of American Biography.
Box 7, Folder 52

(Mac - Mar) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Beverly McAnear (including EER's recommendations for him); Euarts B. Greene; H. O. McCumber; Emily A. McClellan (re Letter Collection of John McClellan); Frank L. McVey, California State Teachers' Association (1930-31 Conventions of Central Coast Section).
Box 7, Folder 53

(Mar - Me) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

T. P. Martin (Including recommendation for Position of National Archivist); P. A. Martin, Commission on National Archives Survey; Royal Marten; Charles Martin (School of Pacific and Oriental Affairs, World Court, National Archives Bill).
Box 7, Folder 54

(Me - N) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

G. D. Merner; J. E. Merrill; Eliot G. Mears; Abe Mellinkoff (Stanford Daily); J. P. Mitchell (Citzenship Course, registration on Unit Basis), Committee on Lower Division Administration; C. I. Millard; R. M. Miller; Mississippi Valley Historical Association; University of California Extension Division; William A. Morris, Speaking Engagements; Motion Picture research Council; recommendation of Mary K. Morris to Key Pittman; Exchange of Letters with W. B. Munro re Julian Huxley, American Association of University Professors (Chapter Letter #5); F. Moulton.
Box 7, Folder 55

(N) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

National Historic Sites; The New School for Social research (Speech on Hitlerism); National Economic League; National Academy of American Literature; C. L. Alsberg; National Student-Faculty Conference (1930); W. Mayo Newhall; Harley Notter; Ray S. Baker (re H. Notter); H. O. Noyes; J. R. Nichols.
Box 7, Folder 56

(O) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

R. Olson, Correspondence re Speech for Oakland Forum; W. P. Ogbun (Analysis of 1938 Presidential Elections).
Box 7, Folder 57

(P - Pl) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Dwight Palmer; Frederic L. Paxson (Social Science research Conference of the Pacific Coast); J. C. Parish, W. H. Cooke; H. H. Pattee; T. Pedersen; Letter to Frances Perkins Declining Invitation to Conference in San Francisco; R. V. Peel; G. J. Pierce, Milton Lathem Diary; Kate Pinsdorf; Vera Pearson; James D. Phelan.
Box 7, Folder 58

(Pl - Pz) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

recommendations of Mary Purdy; W. Poynter, T. A. Bailey; J. P. Pritchett (Poor Financial Situation at University of North Dakota); Herbert I. Priestly (Acquisition of old newspapers, also re course which he taught at Stanford); M. S. Power, Jr., Speaking Engagements, Princeton University Public Life Course.
Box 7, Folder 59

( The Presidential Vote: Comment) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

R. L. Wilbur, P. J. Treat, R. C. Brooks, H. C. Hockett, R. C. Fletcher, Brainerd Dyer, Elmer Ellis, Cedric Larson, P. Bradley, The Commonwealth, C. A. Beard, W. E. Dodd, [Dave?], Herbert Hoover, C. O. Paullin, D. C. Roper, N. Van Patten, H. P. Hartkemeier.
Box 8, Folder 60

(R - Ro) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Charles Rass (Tirade against Economic System); recommendations for H. E. rensch; J. H. Ralston; Earl Ramey, Appointment to Committees on Public Exercises and on Lower Division; Emory Ratcliffe; Kurt F. reinhardt (Inquiry of the School of Letters with regard to the future development of the Department of Graphic Arts); H. E. rensch, United States Society; W. D. Briggs; D. G. rempel; Thomas reed Material (in letter to his daughter, Mrs. A. T. Balentine); W. A. Robinson; Frank D. reeve; Mary B. Ritter, T. M. DeMotte.
Box 8, Folder 61

(Ro - Rz) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

EER's 1934-35 Publications, D. C. Roper (After the Decision); Elmo A. Robinson (Are American Colleges Teaching Radicalism?), Speaking Engagements, A. Rose, Concern with Quality of Independent Study Students, History Department and Students; Ralph S. Roberts, Univ. of Iowa History Department Newsletters; U.C./Stanford History Departments joint dinner; W. T. Root (Comments on Depression, Also Summer at Stanford); Beardsley Ruml (Each According to his Own Experience); George Russell Lecture Tour; G. A. Johnston Ross.
Box 8, Folder 62

(S - Scho) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Max Savelle as Head of Committee on History of Western Civilization; M. Savelle (Including Shelburne Papers, Possible Acquisition of Early Newspapers, Filming of Early Newspapers, Correspondence re his Appointment at Stanford), Speaking Engagements, W. L. Westermann; B. E. Schmitt.
Box 8, Folder 63

(Scho - Si) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Victoria Schuck, Constitution of the School of Social Sciences; Martha N. Schofield (Including copy of letter written during Civil War describing conditions in Union Army occupying the South); Charles Seymour G. Showerman; Louis M. Sears; Samuel M. Shortridge (re Senate Executive Journal); J. A. Sellards (re B. H. Sumner, James W. Thompson); B. F. Shambaugh (re Seventh Commonwealth Conference).
Box 8, Folder 64

(Si - St) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

E. O. Sisson; Laura E. Simpson; E. D. Adams (re O. C. Skipper); C. N. Spinks, Note referring to Manuscript Collections.
Box 8, Folder 65

(St - Sz) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

E. P. Stickney; T. A. Storey (Program of Professional Education in Hygiene and Physical Education); Dick Strouse; Student relief Payroll; Stanford University Press; Carl Stephenson (Summer Appointment); J. E. Wallace Sterling; Henry W. Stuart; Stanford Christian Association; David H. Stevens, Motion Picture research Council; R. E. Swain (Jordan Memorial Service, Travel Funds, Honor Code).
Box 8, Folder 66

(T) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Harold F. Taggart; Harold Thompson; William W. Tinsley; Sinclair Trimble; P. J. Treat, recommendation to Humboldt State Teachers' College, Columbia Teachers' College Bulletin on Education; reginald G. Trotter.
Box 8, Folder 67

(U) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Stanford University Press; L. D. Upson.
Box 8, Folder 68

(V) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

R. W. Van Alstyne (History of Western Civilization at Chico State), S. Martin ( Wasp-S.F. Weekly), Historic American Buildings Survey; N. Van Patten ( Memorias de la Alta California Escrita for Sr. Don Antonio Maria Ozio, B. McAnear; George Vernadsy (Summer appointment), H. H. Fisher.
Box 8, Folder 69

(W - Wen) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

E. E. Walker; James T. Watkins, IV, Speaking Engagements; H. G. Warren; H. E. Bolton (re B. C. Weber); O. H. Wedel.
Box 8, Folder 70

(Wen - Wi) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

R. White; W. L. Westermann; Edward White (Extensive correspondence, especially re Dissertation work, Employment, Personal Experiences); L.B. Shippee, Course on History of Stanford (Robinson-Whitely).
Box 8, Folder 70a

Course in University History. 1931 -

Box 8, Folder 71

(Wi - Wo) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Oscar O. Winther; R. L. Wilbur (Visit of Prince and Princess Kaya (?), Changing of Citizenship requirements; Work of Junior Dept. Members, Memorandum re period April 6-April 29, 1934, Constitution Course, Citizen Course); 1933 Crop & Livestock Loans, Max Farrand.
Box 8, Folder 72

(Wo - Wz) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Gordon Wright; Arthur F. Wright, Department-Majors Lecture Series; F. C. Wooton; Paul Knaplund (re Edward White and others); Dorothea Wyatt; David E. Wynne.
Box 8, Folder 73

(XYZ) 1930-35

Scope and Content Note

Youth Anti-War Conference; Fred G. Young.
Box 9, Folder 74

(A) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

M. Appel; R. E. Albright; Carl Alsberg (re retsu Kiyosawa), Honor Code; P. B. Albright, Deaths of W. M. Newhall and T.T.C. Gregory.
Box 9, Folder 75

(B) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

William Bark; Harold W. Bradley; Russell Buchanan; William K. Boyd; Dana M. Barbour; Gray C. Boyce; D. H. Burney; Albert E. Boynton (Anti-Communist Sentiments); H. E. Bolton, Speaking Engagements.
Box 9, Folder 76

(C) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

Merle Curti; Christian Science Monitor; Tracy Coker; R. C. Clark; California Safety Council; Colonial Dames Essay Contest; Albert Coyle; Kenneth C. Cole.
Box 9, Folder 77

(COMMONWEALTH CLUB) Constitution and By-Laws

Scope and Content Note

Albert E. Boynton, C. C. Young, E. A. Cottrell, Committee Chairmanships, A. C. Roberts, Max Thelen, Proposed Amendments/By-Laws, S. C. May, Does Democracy Need a Bulwark?
Box 9, Folder 78

(Commonwealth Club, 1932-36)

Scope and Content Note

Max Thelen, Causes of Wars and Population Pressure, James M. Beck, Concern with Traffic Safety, 1932 Literature Medal Contest; William H. Waste, F. V. Keesling, H. C. Rowley, C. C. Young, Invitations to H. C. Hoover, R. H. Fouke, A. E. Boynton, Will C. Wood, Stuart R. Ward, George W. Dowrie (The Present Banking Situation in the U.S.)
Box 9, Folder 79

(D) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

Thomas E. Drake, Edith Dobie, W.E. Dodd.
Box 9, Folder 80

(E-F) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

Luther H. Evans, F. A. Bushee (re Emery Fast), C. H. Fish.
Box 9, Folder 81

(G) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

recommendation of John Gange, A. Guerard, D. C. Gardner.
Box 9, Folder 82

(H) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

Arthur G. Kennedy, Statement concerning the public forum project, Lt. C. Hockett, C. H. Hunter, Harvard Torcentenary conference of Arts and Sciences, Hugh Harvey, David Harris (seeking relief from administrative duties), John G. Howes, Edward A. Hoyt, R. L. Wilbur (Memorandum of conversation with Senator H. C. Jones and Franklin Hichborn), H. C. Jones (re manuscript material to be acquired by Haynes Foundation), Charles Hodges, Letter to H. Hoover (re American Democracy), Lauder Hodges.
Box 9, Folder 83

In Praise of Newspapers

Box 9, Folder 84

(I - K) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

R. B. Kleinsmid, Mrs. David S. Jordan, F. J. Klingberg (re B. McAnear and others), J. Kemble, recommendation of George Knoles.
Box 9, Folder 85

(L) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

A. J. Lyrd, Sidney Long, John Marshall, Letters re Thomas LaFargue.
Box 9, Folder 86

(M) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

P. A. Martin, Motion Picture research Council, Memorial Hall, J. D. Mitchell, Frederick Merk, John Marshall.
Box 9, Folder 87

(Mc) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

Beverly McAnear, Edward McMahon.
Box 9, Folder 88

(N) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

Harley Notter, Charles Norman, National Economic League.
Box 9, Folder 89

(O - P) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Osborn, D. L. Palmer, J. P. Pritchett, E. L. Paxson.
Box 9, Folder 90

(Q - R) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

F. L. Paxson (re M. I. Rostovtzeff), Earl Ramey.
Box 9, Folder 91

(S) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

Nelson Spinks (re Stay in Japan), Cordell Hull (Telegrams re Max Savelle), Social Science magazine, San Francisco World Affairs Assembly, Speaking Engagements, H. M. Smyth, R. E. Swain, David H. Stevens.
Box 9, Folder 92

(T) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

Harold Temperely (summer appointment), Harold F. Taggart, F. W. Thomas.
Box 9, Folder 93

(U - V) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

Detroit Bureau of Government research, T. A. Bailey (re R. Van Alstyne), In Praise of Newspapers.
Box 10, Folder 94

(W) 1935-36

Scope and Content Note

S. J. Worsley, Oscar O. Winther, Gordon Wright, Arthur F. Wright, R. L. Wilbur, B. C. Nelson, H. N. M. Winton, W. S. Ament, Letter to R. L. Wilbur on occasion of completion of E.E. R.'s 25th year at Stanford, Princeton History Alumni letter (6/26), H. E. Bolton, Edward White, Lynn White, Jr., E. McMahon, H. M. Woodward (Public Opinion and World Peace), James T. Watkins.
Box 10, Folder 95

(XYZ) 1935-36

Box 10, Folder 96

(A) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

R. E. Albright, R. C. Clark.
Box 10, Folder 97

(B) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

T. A. Bailey, Letter to R. L. Wilbur re Committee on Public Exercises, B. L. Borough, C. A. Barker, D. H. Burney, W. M. Barber, H. E. Bolton, G. G. Bruntz, D. Barbour, Comment on S. F. News Editorial, G. E. Bodle (re Edward Maslin Hulme Society), Big Ten University Club.
Box 10, Folder 98

(C) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

W. Chamberlin, B. F. Culver, R. G. Cleveland, W. H. Cooke, Arthur C. Cole, (WPA Cleveland Newspaper Digest Project), Tracy Coker.
Box 10, Folder 99

(D) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

S. E. Davis, R. L. Wilbur, Edith Dobie, Memorandum concerning Bernard De Voto, Dictionary of American History, Death of Edwin Deller.
Box 10, Folder 100

(E - F) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

Guy S. Ford, Emery Fast, L. W. Fuller, Elizabeth Forbes, C. H. Fisher.
Box 10, Folder 101

(G) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

John Gange, Ralph H. Gabriel, Charles Gauld.
Box 10, Folder 102

(H) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

David Harris, E. W. Hardington, John D. Hicks, Hazel D. Hansen (Archeological work in Greece), John P. Hoover.
Box 10, Folder 103

(I - K) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

Frank J. Klingberg, Lingnan exchange students of North America.
Box 10, Folder 104

(L) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

Thomas LaFargue, Ralph Lutz, Louis P. Lochner, Elinor Kahn, Aline Lissner, A. J. Lynd.
Box 10, Folder 105

(M) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

W. E. Marsh, Frederick Merk, S. B. Morris, G. W. Adams, Beverly McAnear, Marie McSpadden, R. L. Wilbur.
Box 10, Folder 106

(N - P) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

National Cyclopedia of American Biography, D. C. Poole, letters re Harley Notter, Pacific Coast Branch (American Historical Society), F. L. Paxson, Dwight L. Palmer.
Box 10, Folder 107

(R) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

J. F. Rippy, A. C. Roberts, W. T. Root, Angelo Ross, (opening of Golden Gate Bridge).
Box 10, Folder 108

(S) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

J. E. W. Sterling, Stanford Fund, William S. Hopkins (Possible sale of EER's house), Max Savelle (Independent study library), Louis M. Sears, C. C. Young, University Day dinner, Suggestions for Stanford Associates `Large Donors solicitation program, Bernadotte Schmitt, C. N. Spinks, More Max Savelle.
Box 10, Folder 109

(T - V) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

Borel Collection Library, N. Van Patten, R. C. Buley.
Box 10, Folder 110

(W) 1936-37

Scope and Content Note

History of Western Civilization, (Letter to R. L. Wilbur), Arthur F. Wright, Edward White, Harry Winton, H. G. Warren, Dorothea Wyatt, R. L. Wilbur, Lynn White, James P. Weter, James T. Watkins, Oscar O. Winther, E. A. Cottrell.
Box 10, Folder 111

(A) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

Henry M. Adams, San. Alderson, Allied Youth, K. R. Brown, Alumni Conference Committee, Election to AHA Nomination Committee, M. Appel, American Association of University Professors (report of [Stanford] Projects Committee) M. N. Alderman.
Box 10, Folder 112

(B) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

Autumn plans for Western Civilization, Charles A. Barker, William C. Bark, recommendation of Dana Barbour, Russell Buchanan, Violet Barbour (re AHA Presidential succession), E. McMahon, F. M. Barrows, H. Hale Bellot, T. S. Barclay, Union of California Citizens, J. H. Meyer Endowment, rene Binet, G. C. Boyce, S. F. Bemis, Dana M. Barbour, reginald Bell, Robert C. Binkley (Joint Committee for Materials on research).
Box 10, Folder 113

(C) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

E. W. Clement, Alfred Crofts, Tracy Coker, Manuel Cardozo, E. A. Cottroll, William Chislett Jr., E. P. Cubberley, Hardin Craig, P. J. Treat, W. T. Cross, Colonial Dames of America.
Box 10, Folder 114

(D) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

W. H. Davis (Stanford Press), Monroe E. Deutsch, G. A. Ditz, Edith Dobie, C. E. Diehl, N. F. D'Evelyn T. M. DeMotte, C. A. Duniway.
Box 11, Folder 115

(E) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

English - Speaking Union
Box 11, Folder 116

(F) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

Helen D. Fisher, Max Farrand, Letters re Emery Fast, Mrs. C. Fremantle (includes comments on international student exchange), E. Forbes, Institute of International Education, Golden Spike, Founders' Day, M. Savelle.
Box 11, Folder 117

(G) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

Western Literary Messenger, John Gange, International Goodwill Congress, Richard E. Guggenhime, A. Guerard, Arthur Linkletter (Golden Gate International Exposition), Ralph H. Gabriel, J. W. Gerard (Increasing foreign travel to the U. S.), Stanford Session on the History of the Americas.
Box 11, Folder 118

(H) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

[Hoover handwritten letter (?)], J. R. Hewitt, Francis H. Herrick (Pacific Coast Branch, AHA), James L. Hagerty, Hazel Hansen, Franklin Hichborn (re correspondence in his hands).
Box 11, Folder 119

(I) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

International Goodwill Congress, Institute of International Education, Interfraternity Alumni Conference, [Y. Ichihashi (?)].
Box 11, Folder 120

( Independent Study at Stanford) R. L. Wilbur, Distribution of Complimentary Copies. 1937-38

Box 11, Folder 121

(J) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

R. H. Jones, Walter P. Johnson, (inclusion of EER on Arbitration Board).
Box 11, Folder 122

(K) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Education Conferences (July), Grayson N. Kefauver, A. C. Krey (summer appointment), The Kiplinger Washington Letter (12/37).
Box 11, Folder 123

(L) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

Ralph Lutz, Thomas LaFargue,
Box 11, Folder 124

(Mc) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

R. McKinney, F. L. McElroy (Alumni conference), Beverly McAnear, Alonzo G. McFarland.
Box 11, Folder 125

(M) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

M. Madison, H. E. Marsh (speaking engagement), University Guidance Service, T. Mitchell.
Box 11, Folder 126

(N) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

Mary L. Norton, recommendation of Harley Notter, New History Society, National Cyclopedia of American Biography.
Box 11, Folder 127

(O) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

C. M. O'Hara.
Box 11, Folder 128

(P) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

W. H. Pillsbury.
Box 11, Folder 129

(R) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

J.P. Bretz, Alice Rose, H. E. rensch, ( A Tentative Plan of Study Under the Proposed Historic Mining Towns research Foundation). F. M. Bollinger, C. H. Rowell, George C. Robinson, Agreement for Independent Study at Stanford, Harry B. reynolds, J. F. Rippy (AHA), W. T. Root, Stanford Radio Committee, Easton Rothwell.
Box 11, Folder 130

(S) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

Merrill Spalding, Max Savelle (Microfilming Maryland Gazette), Lou N. Small (Radio), C. C. Scott, Charles n. Spinks, Dick Strouse, R. L. Wilbur, David H. Stevens, American Legion, H. W. Swafford, Victoria Schmuck, C. Sweet (American Legion Mother's Day Ceremony), Stanford Day at 1939 Golden Gate Exhibition, L. F. LeFeure, R. E. Swain, J. W. Shannon, E. C. Stewart (Thomas Paine), recommendation of Savelle to Guggenheim Foundation, J. E. W. Sterling, San Quentin Prison Dept. of Education, Homer R. Spence.
Box 11, Folder 131

(T) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

English-Speaking Union, M. Thorne, United Brotherhood-Tolerance Movements, D. E. Trueblood, P. H. Taylor, Harold Temperley, Independent Study and Guidance, Memorandum for Meetings (Feb. 7 & Feb. 11, 1938), Max Thelen, Harold F. Taggart, P. J. Treat.
Box 11, Folder 132

(U) 1937-38

Box 11, Folder 133

(V) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

D. R. Van Patten, Nathan Van Patten
Box 11, Folder 134

(W) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

Purpose of Stanford (Letters to R. L. Wilbur), Letters re B. C. Weber, R. L. Wilbur, Harry Winton, Gordon Wright, Dorothea Wyatt, Guidance Service (Letter to Wilbur), Oscar O. Winther, Lynn White, Jr., W. A. Wood, Jr., Sire E. Wrench, C. F. Weigle, J. P. Weter, Edward White, Oscar O. Winther, Account to Wilbur of happenings during brief absence, Arrangements for Superior Students, O. H. Wedel, Analysis of the 1888 Presidential Election (Lawrence reed), WPA Historical records Survey.
Box 11, Folder 135

(XYZ) 1937-38

Scope and Content Note

C. C. Young
Box 11, Folder 136

(A) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

recommendations regarding assistants in instruction, David Harris (re Irwin Abrams), Robert C. Binkley (Joint Committee on Materials for research), P. B. Albright, Stanford Alumni Conference, Education 222: The American College and University.
Box 11, Folder 137

( American Historical Association) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

Memo re suggested functions and activities of the Committee on Historical Source Materials of the AHA contained in a letter from Herbert A. Keller to Robert C. Binkley Jan. 12, 1939, appointment of EER to Committee on Historical Source Materials, F. H. Herrick, C. F. Brand.
Box 12, Folder 138

(B) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

Roy Bell, Charles A. Barker, Hans Baron, Harold W. Bradley, David K. Bjork, E. M. Earle (re T. A. Bailey's invitation to Princeton Institute for advanced study), T. A. Bailey, Arnold Brecht, Philip Bancroft, Russell Buchanan.
Box 12, Folder 139

(C) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

Karl M. Cowdery, Mills College Institute of International relations, F. W. Boardman, Jr., Manoel Cardozo, Lottie G. Woods (Colonial Dames of America), E. A. Cottrell (Social Science research Funds), Sir Arthur Willert, Leland T. Chapin, Merle Curti, Calif. Association for Adult Education, Conference on Adult Education, CBS Broadcast: The People's Platform.
Box 12, Folder 140

(D) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

W. H. Davis (University Press), Death of Frank P. Deering, Edith Dobie, Dictionary of American History (includes EER's articles), Vocational Guidance Committee, F. P. Deering, Letter to Paul H. Davis re establishment of an Institute of American History, C. A. Duniway, Joseph S. Davis ( Agricultural Problems and Policy).
Box 12, Folder 141

(E) 1938 - 39

Scope and Content Note

C. Dey Elkus, Grayson N. Kefauver
Box 12, Folder 142

(English Speaking Union) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

National Meeting, T. D. Boardman, Trip to S. California, Minutes of Meetings of Executive Committee, F. B. Malim, Democracy in the Present Day World) (John W. Davis), George Young, Travel Service, report of Activities of California Branch, Evelyn Wrench, Grace L. Doren.
Box 12, Folder 143

(F) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

Eugene Field Society, Guy S. Ford
Box 12, Folder 144

(G) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

John Gange, Geneva Junior Year, regulations of the Committee on Graduate Study concerning the Distributed Minor, S. H. Gill, Sept. 30, 1938, Meeting of Committee on Graduate Study, Ralph H. Gabriel, J. D. Grant
Box 12, Folder 145

(H) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

John P. Herrick, J. B. Havre, David Harris, Calif. Bankers' Association Convention, Franklin Hichborn, Wolfgang Hallgarten.
Box 12, Folder 146

(I - J) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

Jessie K. Jordan
Box 12, Folder 147

(K) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

George Knoles, Grayson N. Kefauver, Mary Sweet, A. J. Kraus, C. Killingsworth, Max Kohnstamm, A. C. Krey, R. J. Kerner.
Box 12, Folder 148

(L) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

Henry R. Luce, A Guérard, Albert J. Lynd (Work in Medieval History, especially in Belgium), Lonstreet Memorial Association, Thomas LaFargue.
Box 12, Folder 149

(Mc) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

Beverly McAnear.
Box 12, Folder 150

(M) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

Henry Madden, C. E. Martin, Dudley Moorhead, Elizabeth Margo.
Box 12, Folder 151

(N) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

The Origins of the Foreign Policies of Woodrow Wilson (by Harley Notter)
Box 12, Folder 152

(O - P) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

Frank J. Palmer (We vote as we Please), N. Van Patten, El Campo De Los Sonoraenses: Tres Anos de residencia en California 1849-1851 by Guillermo Perkins, Leland W. Cutter, D. L. Palmer, Bessie L. Pierce, H. I. Priestly.
Box 12, Folder 153

(R) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

Easton Rothwell (employment), Alice Rose, note on John D. Works Collection, Stanford Radio Program, San Francisco Employers Council, Thoreau Raymond, Emily Ross, Junior Statesmen of America, W. T. Root, J. F. Rippy.
Box 12, Folder 154

(S) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

Max Savelle, What Might Have Been (Column for Stanford Daily), Savelle's comments on preventing war, C. Nelson Spinks, James Shannon, Victoria Schuck, Charles C. Scott (Final report on research in Belgium)
Box 12, Folder 155

(T) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

Harold F. Taggart R. Terrill, D. Elton Trueblood, D. P. Trude (info re former Western Pioneer Guide)
Box 12, Folder 156

(V) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco Town Hall Forum (Carl Van Doren), N. Van Patten (re Time).
Box 12, Folder 157

(W) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

J. B. Weter Award, Merrill Jensen, R. L. Wilbur, Ernest O. Holland (re Bernard Weber), Lynn White (New History A. B. Minor requirements), Edward White, request for Sabbatical leave, Dorothea Wyatt, Memorandum to Wilbur concerning need for a University Historian, James T. Watkins, Mary W. Williams, Evelyn Wrench, William H. Waste, Oscar O. Winther, World Alliance for International Friendship through the Churches.
Box 12, Folder 158

(XYZ) 1938-39

Scope and Content Note

C. C. Young
Box 13, Folder 159

(A) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

Universal Military Training, Henry M. Adams, American Council of Learned Societies - Committee on research and Teaching Personnel (Spring meeting, 1940), American Union for Concerted Peace Efforts, Stanford Sentinal (opposing Foreign relief - signed by Theodore Dreiser), Death of Wallace Alexander.
Box 13, Folder 160

(B) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

Louis H. Bean ( Ballot Behavior), Barlow V. Bowen, Margery Bailey, Charles A. Barker, T. A. Bailey (work at Princeton in Washington), death of Robert C. Binkley, Frances Barney, Earl Warren, T. S. Barclay, Russell Buchanan, Edward McMahon (re Harold W. Bradley).
Box 13, Folder 161

(C) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, Benjamin F. Hardy, W. Henry Cooke, Manoel S. Cardozo, Speaking Engagements, M. Graves (re Waldo Chamberlin), (Paul F. Cruikshank), Palo Alto Times, California Association for Adult Education, R. C. Clark, Paul H. Clyde.
Box 13, Folder 162

(D) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

Paul H. Davis Women's Vocational Committee, (Marshall Dill, Jr.), (J. L. Delkin), Allen Drury, George Ditz (Stanford Days), Deep Well Guest Ranch
Box 13, Folder 163

(E) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

Evolution of American Political Parties.
Box 13, Folder 164

(F) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

(Lisette Fast), H. H. Fisher, George W. Frasier.
Box 13, Folder 165

(G) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

John Grange (suggestion for fund-raising), General Education Board, Sumner Gill.
Box 13, Folder 166

(H) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

(Paul L. Hanna), David Harris (Leave of Absence), E. V. Hollis, A. C. Hoffman, Herbert Hoover, Huntington Library, Paul H. Davis, Paul L. Hanna, J. P. Hoover, Edward M. Hulme, Nomination of H. Hoover for Noble Peace Prize, Hazel D. Hansen (return from Greece).
Box 13, Folder 167

(IJK) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

Independent Study, Jessie K. Jordan, Herbert A. Kellar (Protection of Archives in war zones), Grayson N. Kefauver, George Knoles (re Chairmanship of History of Western Civilization Course), American Education Forum (Radio Broadcasts on Democracy and Education, A. C. Krey, F. J. Klingberg, Teacher Preparation.
Box 13, Folder 168

(L) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

Aid to Allies, Robin Lampson, Julian Lesser, M. Lawrence (re Use of Borel Collection), WPA Inventory of American Imprints Project, Albert J. Lynd (Hasty Departure from Europe).
Box 13, Folder 169

(M) 139-40

Scope and Content Note

D. T. Moorhead, Beverly McAnear, Henry Madden, P. A. Martin, Stanford National Emergency Committee, T. Mitchell, C. F. Marsh.
Box 13, Folder 170

(N) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

Needham Papers.
Box 13, Folder 171

(P) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

[Edward Parsons (?)], (John Pelényi).
Box 13, Folder 172

139-50 (Q-R)

Scope and Content Note

Howard H. Quint, Conference on Radio and Education, J. C. Russell, J. Fred Rippy, E. Rothwell, Royal Historical Society, I. G. Richardson (re Pacific Southwest Conference on Adult Education), A. Rose.
Box 13, Folder 173

(S) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

V. Schuck, Merrill Spalding, Social Science research Council of the Pacific Coast, M. Savelle (re Problem dismissing instructors because of Budget Difficulties), Stanford Fund.
Box 13, Folder 174

(T) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

M. Thorne, Time Magazine, William W. Tinsley.
Box 13, Folder 175

(U - V) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

Unitarian Laymen's League, N. Van Patten.
Box 13, Folder 176

(W) 1939-40

Scope and Content Note

J. B. Weter Award, Oscar O. Winter, (Chairmanship of Public Exercises Committee), Lynn White ( A report on the Future of History at Stanford), J. Watrous, W. L. Westermann, J. A. Whitfield, (citizenship course), H. G. Warren, J. D. Russell (1940 Institute for Administrative Officers of Higher Institutions), Edward White, Mary W. Williams, D. Wyatt, B. C. Weber, F. C. Wooton, Colonial Dames of America, The Non-Partisan Committee for Peace through revision of the Neutrality Law, J. T. Watkins.
Box 13, Folder 177

(XYZ) 1939-40

Box 13, Folder 178

(A) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

The Future of Humanistic Education, Merle Alderman, The American Association for State and Local History, 9th Annual Stanford Alumni Conference.
Box 13, Folder 179

(B) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

William Bark, Charles A. Barker, Speaking Engagements, (1832 Election).
Box 13, Folder 180

(C) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

H. Craig, Council Against Intolerance in America, (Wal do Chamberlin), E. A. Cottrell, K. M. Cowdery (registrar's co-operation with Selective service system), H. Clodius, Manoel S. Cardozo, Colonial Dames of America, Speaking Engagements, L. M. Lissner.
Box 14, Folder 181

(Commonwealth Club Project) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Defense of the Pacific Coast, Notes on Studies Currently Under Way In The Field Of International relations, much Correspondence & Mimeograph Material (especially by Stuart Ward) re Commonwealth Club research project policies and preparations for current project), National Defense and Political Science by Edward M. Earle.
Box 14, Folder 182

(D) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Grace L. Dorey (English - Speaking Union), P. H. Davis (Stanford Annual Appeal), John W. Dodds (Proposal for establishment of a School of Humanities), Monroe E. Deutsch (Commonwealth Club), Allen Drury.
Box 14, Folder 183

(E) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Charles De Y. Elkus, Edward M. Earle
Box 14, Folder 184

(Education Conferences) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Paul R. Hanna
Box 14, Folder 185

(Executive Committee) 1940-41

Box 14, Folder 186

(English - Speaking Union) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

EER's resignation from presidency, Executive Meetings, Grace L. Dorey, (Sir Firoz-kahn Noon), relief to Britain, Frank Coan, Evelyn Wrench.
Box 14, Folder 187

(F) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

H. H. Fisher (Room utilization in Hoover Library), Fellowship of Conciliation.
Box 14, Folder 188

(G) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

R. P. Grinnell, John Grange, Save-the-redwoods League, A. Guerard (Visit of an Emperor),
Box 14, Folder 189

(H) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

David Harris (including Book review), Herbert Hoover, Gray C. Boyce, W. R. Hitchcock, Carlton Hayes, Paul R. Hanna.
Box 14, Folder 190

(I) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Immigration
Box 14, Folder 191

(J) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Joffre Debates, H. C. Jones.
Box 14, Folder 192

(K) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

R. Kerner
Box 14, Folder 193

(L) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

C. D. Leake, Albert J. Lynd.
Box 14, Folder 194

(Mc) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Beverly McAnear, American Defense - Harvard Group.
Box 14, Folder 195

(M) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

H. A. Mason, Dudley Moorhead, T. W. Mitchell, Klaus Mehnert, C. H. Hunter, John S. Millis, P. A. Martin, Anatole G. Mazour, Mills College Institute of International relations.
Box 14, Folder 196

(N) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Northern California Junior College Association, National resources Planning Board, National Youth Administration Aid, Social Science research Council (Classifying Historians), Northern California - Nevada International relations Clubs' Conference.
Box 14, Folder 197

(Northern California Committee for Federal Union) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Mauncey D.
Box 14, Folder 198

(O) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Dwayne Orton (President of Stockton J. C.)
Box 14, Folder 199

(P) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Philological Association of Stanford, Frederic L. Paxson (American Civilization course at U. C.), Influenza Epidemic.
Box 14, Folder 200

(Q - R) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Howard H. Quint, list of EER's addresses, E. Rothwell, Harley Notter (work in State Dept.), H. E. rensch, Commonwealth Club Radio Program.
Box 14, Folder 201

(S) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Max Savelle, H. Sprout, A Union of Peoples and a Federation of War, Elizabeth Selder, Social Science research Council of the Pacific Coast, J. E. W. Sterling, Merrill Spalding, R. E. Swain.
Box 14, Folder 202

(Stanford Alumni) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Unveiling of Wilbur portrait.
Box 14, Folder 203

(Stanford Fiftieth Year Commemoration) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Newspaper Clippings, Programs, Minutes of Planning Meetings, Stanford Today, Suggestions, R. E. Swain, Committees.
Box 15, Folder 204

(T) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Eileen Tuxford's resignation
Box 15, Folder 205

(V) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

Monterey County League of Women Voters.
Box 15, Folder 206

(W) 1940-41

Scope and Content Note

relation of Hist. Dept. to School of Social Sciences (letter to Wilbur), James T. Watkins, B. C. Weber, John H. Watrous, Jr, R. L. Wilbur, Dorothea Wyatt, Lynn T. White, regional Conference for Higher Education, Oscar O. Winther, Lottie G. Woods (Colonial Dames of America), Y. Winters (re Henry B. Parkes), Edward White, Albert B. White.
Box 15, Folder 207

(A) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Frank Aydelotte, AHA Special Subcommittee on Newspapers, Henry M. Adams.
Box 15, Folder 208

(Alumni Conference) 1941-42

Box 15, Folder 209

(B) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Margery Bailey (conflict with H. Heffner on use of theater), Copy of letter establishing Margaret Byring Professorship, Speech by Adolf A. Berle, Jr. on Books in Wartime, Harold W. Bradley, William Cl Bark.
Box 15, Folder 210

(C) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Leland W. Cutler, Manoel S. Cardozo, L. B. Kinnaird, Death of E. P. Cubberley, Waldo Chamberlin, Univ. of Chicago Fiftieth Anniversary.
Box 15, Folder 211

(Civiliam Defense Council - personal) minutes of meetings, Alfred R. Master, Procedures, air raid shelters. 1941-42

Box 15, Folder 212

(D) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Monroe E. Deutsch, John W. Dodds, Godfrey Davies.
Box 15, Folder 213

(E) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Paul C. Edwards, Edward M. Earle, English-Speaking Union.
Box 15, Folder 214

(F) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Federal Union, Inc., H.H. Fisher, Guy S. Ford.
Box 15, Folder 215

(Faith and the University) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Ralph H. Gabriel, John Gange, Monroe E. Deutsch, Herbert Hoover.
Box 15, Folder 216

(Committee on Family relations) 1941-42

Box 15, Folder 217

(G) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

John Gange, Comments on proposed war course (Letter to Wilbur), R. R. Gros, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (Independent Study), F. W. Ganzert
Box 15, Folder 218

(General Education in War and Peace) 1941-42

Box 15, Folder 219

(H) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Hubert Heffner (Use of Memorial Hall), Margery Bailey, David Harris, Carlton J. H. Hayes, Charles Hodges, Herbert Hoover (re book which he is co-authoring), H. D. Jones (re Franklin Hichborn Papers) Edward W. Hazen Foundation (Conversations on religion in Higher Education), Stanford Futures Gift Plan, recommendations of W. R. Hitchcock.
Box 15, Folder 220

(I) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Yamatu Ichihashi (Legal Problems), Studies of the Foreign relations and Military Policies of the United States (at Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton), Mills College Institute of International relations, Monroe E. Deutsch (San Francisco International Center).
Box 15, Folder 221

(J) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

War Damage Insurance, Jessie K. Jordan
Box 15, Folder 222

(K) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Robert J. Kerner (Congressional Appropriations for Printing of Documents), George Knoles, A. C. Krey.
Box 15, Folder 223

(L) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

J. F. Rippy (re Men for position at Stanford), Thomas LaFargue.
Box 15, Folder 224

(M) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Eliot G. Mears, R. L. Wilbur, Dudley T. Moorhead, Albert J. Lynd, Death of P. A. Martin, Paul G. Miller, Henry Madden, High School Academic Preparation (Letter to J. P. Mitchell), Dean E. McHenry, Max Savelle (History of Western Civilization)
Box 16, Folder 225

(Mc) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Beverly McAnear.
Box 16, Folder 226

(N) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Harley Notter, H. F. Taggart (re T. Nunan), Curtis P. Nettels (re AHA Luncheon) Charles E. Nowell, John R. Nichols (re American Field Service).
Box 16, Folder 227

(National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies) Herbert Hoover. 1941-42

Box 16, Folder 228

(O -P) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

American Defense - Harvard Group, Yvor Winters (re H. B. Parkes), Frederic L. Paxson, Pacific House.
Box 16, Folder 229

(Q - R) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

W. T. Root, Easton Rothwell, H. B. reynolds, Letters re Alice Rose, Speaking Engagements, Russian War relief Inc.
Box 16, Folder 230

(Publications by EER) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Speech at unveiling of Wilbur Portrait; A Stanford Man in America.
Box 16, Folder 231

(S) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Emergency Conservation School, Edward Steen, Nelson Spinks, Merrill Spalding, Max Savelle (Trip to Mexico; History of Western Civilization), Alfred P. Sloan Foundation (Fellowships at Stanford), Social Science research Council, G. C. Sellery (Problems and Future of Liberal - Arts Education), Engel Sluiter, Memo to J. H. Polhemus re P. C. Edwards' Letter on Public and Family relations at Stanford University, Gift Procurement Program, Letters re Earl D. Sohm.
Box 16, Folder 232

(T) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Harold F. Taggart, Payson J. Treat (re Volunteers for summer quarter), T. A. Bailey, G. W. Pierson (re F. J. Turner and his Frontier Hypothesis).
Box 16, Folder 233

(U - V) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Federal Union, Inc., Nathan Van Patten.
Box 16, Folder 234

(W) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

Lynn White, Jr., Stuart R. Ward (Commonwealth Club of California), Edward White, Win the War - Win the Peace Conference, Clive Warren, R. L. Wilbur, J. B. Weter Memorial Scholarship, James T. Watkins, O. O. Winther, O. H. Wedel, Louis B. Wright, W. M. Rice Institute of Houston, J. H. Watrous, Jr.
Box 16, Folder 235

(XYZ) 1941-42

Scope and Content Note

A. F. Zimmerman, George Knoles.
Box 16, Folder 236

(A) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Henry M. Adams, American Friends Service Committee, Irwin M. Adams, Army and Navy Journal, U. S. History for Army personnel.
Box 16, Folder 237

(B) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

M. P. Briggs, A. Russell Buchanan, William C. Bark, L. R. Bailey, Harold W. Bradley, Percy W. Bidwell (Council on Foreign relations), Philip Bancroft, John Earle Baker, Eugene H. Byrne.
Box 16, Folder 238

(C) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Manoel S. Cardozo, J. Tracy Coker, Paul H. Clyde, Civilian Defense Council, Robert E. Collins, Hardin Craig.
Box 16, Folder 239

(Civilian Defense Council) Minutes of Meetings, Procedures, Rationing. 1942-43

Box 16, Folder 240

(Committee on Foreign relations) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Problems of Dealing with USSR, Britain, China, Axis Powers after War, Lend - Lease.
Box 16, Folder 241

(D) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Paul H. Davis, M. E. Deutsch, J. S. Davis (Discussion series on Winning the Peace).
Box 16, Folder 242

(Doctorate of Laws: Wisconsin) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

C. A. Dykstra, Harry A. Bullis, Edward White, C. P. Higby, J. E. Baker.
Box 16, Folder 243

(E - F) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Paul C. Edwards, Edward M. Earle, W. Donald Fletcher.
Box 16, Folder 244

(G) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

R. M. P. Grinnell, John Gange (Division of Cultural relations of the Dept. of State), Albert Guerard, Anne Bancroft Graham, R. R. Gros, C. M. Goethe.
Box 17, Folder 245

(H) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

L. J. Hall, David Harris, John D. M. Hamilton, C. P. Higby, The First-Name Mania by A. H. Withers, Herbert Hoover (Peace Policies), Ann Hackett, ( The Bulwark of American Freedom - Attacks Capitalistic Basis of World Wars).
Box 17, Folder 246

(Hicks: Committee on American History) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

J. D. Hicks, California Committee for the Study of Education, reports).
Box 17, Folder 247

(School of Humanities) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Karl M. Cowdery, Proposed Stanford College, Organization of School of Humanities, M. Savelle, relation of History Dept. to School of Humanities.
Box 17, Folder 248

(I) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Yamato Ichihashi (re Detention), Inter-American University of the Air.
Box 17, Folder 249

(International Center) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Minutes of Meetings of Directors, E. Guy Talbott.
Box 17, Folder 250

(J) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. D. S. Jordan, Launching of the S.S. David Starr Jordan.
Box 17, Folder 251

(K) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

John H. Kemble, A. C. Krey, Proposals for International Commission on Education and International Education Organization, Memo on reconstruction of Education in Axis Countries, D. P. Keusseff, Frank J. Klingberg, A. C. Krey.
Box 17, Folder 252

(L) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Louis B. Lochner, recommendations of Thomas LaFargue, Ralph H. Lutz.
Box 17, Folder 253

(M) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Henry Madden, Beverly McAnear, Frederick Merk, Dudley T. Moorhead.
Box 17, Folder 254

(Mc) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Beverly McAnear
Box 17, Folder 255

(N) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Congressional Withdrawing of Funds for State Dept. Publications, J. F. Neylan, Netherlands Information Bureau.
Box 17, Folder 256

(Ninth Corps Area Commission on College and University War Problems) Minutes of Meetings, reports. 1942-43

Box 17, Folder 257

(O - P) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

George W. Pierson, F. L. Paxson, Vera Pearson, Martin Polin.
Box 17, Folder 258

(Pacific House) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

reports, Meetings, receptions.
Box 17, Folder 259

(Q - R) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Howard Quint (Especially re work in O. S. S. and Federal Communications Commission), W. T. Root, Letters re Alice Rose.
Box 17, Folder 260

(Rugg Book Committee) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Monroe E. Deutsch, reports, recommendations, Opinions, G. E. Hoover, J. L. Horn, L. D. Luckmann, H. R. McKinnon.
Box 17, Folder 261

(Rugg Book Committee) 1942-43

Box 17, Folder 262

(S) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Max Savelle, Charles C. Scott, Rixford K. Snyder, Marshall Stimson, Merrill Spalding, Earl Sohm, Howard M. Smyth.
Box 17, Folder 263

(T - U) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Donald Tresidder; Max Thelen; Comments on History Detp., Graduate Program, Organization, Etc. in letter to Tresidder, Elton Trueblood.
Box 17, Folder 264

(V) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

N. Van Patten.
Box 18, Folder 265

(W) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

Lynn White (oppinions on School of Humanities), R. L. Wilbur (Radio Program Unlimited Horizons), James T. Watkins, Oscar O. Winther, Attack on article The Hoover Frame of Mind by R. West appearing in Atlantis, Speaking Engagements, H. D. Winbigler, James P. Weter, Harry N. M. Winton, Edward White, W. reed West (re an Electons Yearbook), EER's gift of a Diary and an Exploration Journal to Library.
Box 18, Folder 266

(XYZ) 1942-43

Scope and Content Note

A. F. Simmerman
Box 18, Folder 267

(A) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Irwin Abrams, Herbert B. Alexander, Academic Council Minutes 1/14/44, R. F. Arragon.
Box 18, Folder 268

(Army American History) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Max Savelle, C. A. Barker, Administrative Problems, Examinations.
Box 18, Folder 269

(B) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Charles Barker, Gray C. Boyce, J. Earle Baker, Dana Barbour, Thomas A. Bailey, Frency relief Fund, William C. Bark, Speaking Engagements.
Box 18, Folder 270

(C) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Paul H. Clyde, Hardin Craig, Henry S. Commager, Harley Notter, Merle Curti, Commonwealth Club of California, Manoel Cardozo.
Box 18, Folder 271

(D) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Monroe E. Deutsch (Commonwealth Club), Philanthropy, John W. Dodds (Problems and Plans of School of Humanities and History Dept.), James C. DeVoss (Committee on the Teaching of American History in State Colleges), Paul H. Davis (Stanford Gift Activities), C. A. Dykstra.
Box 18, Folder 272

(Departmental Program - Current) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Max Savelle (History of Western Civilization),
Box 18, Folder 273

(E) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

George F. Eliot.
Box 18, Folder 274

(F) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

D. R. Fox, Benjamin Fine, Samuel T. Farquhar, G. S. Ford (American Historical review).
Box 18, Folder 275

(G) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Albert Guerard (work in New York), John Gange, Joseph F. Guffey, Cardinal Goodwin, mention of situation re Latin American Studies at Stanford, Robert R. Gros.
Box 18, Folder 276

(H) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

David Harris, Dorothy H. Huggins, W. J. Hinton, Philip E. Mosely, Herbert Hoover.
Box 18, Folder 277

(Hoover and Commonwealth Club) 1943-44

Box 18, Folder 278

(International Center) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Minutes of Meetings of Board of Directors, E. Guy Talbott, Radio Program, Annual report of the San Francisco Committee on Foreign relations.
Box 18, Folder 279

(J) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

W. T. Jackson, H. C. Jones (re Hichborn Materials).
Box 18, Folder 280

(K) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Louis K. Koontz, A. C. Krey, F. J. Klingberg.
Box 18, Folder 281

(L) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Thomas La Fargue, Ralph H. Lutz. (Los Angeles Conference on Post-War Education) Opinions, Speeches, Comments.
Box 18, Folder 282

(M) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

H. F. McCreery, B. McAnear, Lloyd N. Morrisett (Conference on Planning Port-War Education), Max Savelle (re Henry Madden), Frederick Merk (Harvard Press Book Sale), H. Madden.
Box 18, Folder 283

(N) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Harley Notter, New York State Historical Association.
Box 18, Folder 284

(P - Q) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Langley Porter (Photostating the Wave) Howard Quint.
Box 19, Folder 285

(R) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

J. S. Roucek, J. F. Rippy, Alice Rose.
Box 19, Folder 286

(EER - Publications 1943-44) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Conferences on History Teaching.
Box 19, Folder 287

(replies from EER's PH.D.'s) 1943-44

Box 19, Folder 288

(S) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

R. K. Snyder, Max Savelle, Merrill Spalding, Engel Sluiter, Earl D. Sohm, Charles C. Scott.
Box 19, Folder 289

(San Francisco Committee on Foreign relations) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Council on World Affairs, Questionaire, reports on Meetings, Study Program.
Box 19, Folder 290

(T) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Donald B. Tresidder, W. W. Tinsley, Conference on Planning Post-War Education (Letter to D. B. Tresidder), Schools within University (Letter to D. B. Tresidder).
Box 19, Folder 291

(U - V) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Nathan Van Patten
Box 19, Folder 292

(Universities' Committee on Post - War International Problems) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Air Traffic, Colonies, Individual Freedoms, China.
Box 19, Folder 293

(W) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

David E. Wynne, Hugo Wall, F. C. Wooton, J. P. Weter.
Box 19, Folder 294

(War relocation Authority) 1943-44

Scope and Content Note

Emery Fast
Box 19, Folder 295

(XYZ) 1943-44

Box 19, Folder 296

(A) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Irwin Abrams, Merle Alderman
Box 19, Folder 297

(B) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Arthur E. Bestor, Jr., Delmer M. Brown, T. A. Bailey, Charles A. Barker
Box 19, Folder 298

(C) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Hardin Craig, Paul H. Clyde, Manoel Cardozo.
Box 19, Folder 299

(San Francisco Committee on Foreign relations) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Proposed report of Committee for U. S. Nationalism, Commonwealth Club, International Center, Conference on Dumbarton Oaks Proposals, reports of Meetings, Membership List.
Box 19, Folder 300

(Commonwealth Club Committee) 1942-45

Scope and Content Note

Proposed research Project, Minutes of the research Advisory Council of the Commonwealth Club of California, Study Group on Legislature of California.
Box 19, Folder 301

(D) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Monroe E. Deutsch, Earl S. Douglass (President, Stanford Associates), Death of C. A. Duniway.
Box 19, Folder 302

(E - F) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Alvin C. Eurich (re Independent Study), English - Speaking Union, Temporary Council on Food for Europe's Children.
Box 19, Folder 303

(G) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

L. M. Garrett, John Gange, Charles C. Scott, Palo Alto Historical records Committee.
Box 19, Folder 304

(H) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Max Thelen (re Charles E. Hughes and Election of 1916), Luella J. Hall, John Howell, David Harris,
Box 19, Folder 305

(I) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Yamato Ichihashi
Box 19, Folder 306

(The Independent University and the Volunteer.) 1944-45

Box 20, Folder 307

(The Independent University and the Volunteer.) 1944-45

Box 20, Folder 308

(J - K) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

George Knoles, A. C. Krey, Louis K. Koontz.
Box 20, Folder 309

(L) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Thomas E. LaFargue, Walter Lippmann, R. H. Lowie.
Box 20, Folder 310

(mc) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Henry McCreery.
Box 20, Folder 311

(M) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Frederick Merk, Dudley T. Moorhead, Alexander Marchant, Anatole G. Mazour, Henry Madden.
Box 20, Folder 312

(N) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Harley Notter (Proposal for research in International relations), reinhold Niebuhr.
Box 20, Folder 313

(New York Times) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Institute of American History (teaching of American History), Benjamin Fine.
Box 20, Folder 314

(O) 1944-45

Box 20, Folder 315

(P) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Pacific House
Box 20, Folder 316

(Q) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Howard Quint
Box 20, Folder 317

(R) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Easton Rothwell, Alice Rose, J. Fred Rippy, W. T. Root, David Harris, H. E. rensch.
Box 20, Folder 318

(E.E.R. Publications) 1944-45

Box 20, Folder 319

(S) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Max Savelle (Including Plans for research) Rixford K. Snyder, Charles C. Scott.
Box 20, Folder 320

(Social Studies School) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

E. A. Cottrell
Box 20, Folder 321

(T) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Max Thelen (copy of 1916 Letter to Travis H. Whitney), D. B. Tresidder, Payson J. Treat, R. G. Trotter.
Box 20, Folder 322-323

(U - V) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Nathan Van Patten, Vermont Historical Society.
Box 20, Folder 324

(W) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Oscar O. Winther, Dorothea Wyatt, (Manuscripts of Niebuhr Lectures), Lynn White, Evelyn Wrench Edward A. White, Donald B. Tresidder (Exhibition of Western Art), Rufus K. Wyllys, James P. Weter, O. H. Wedel, H. E. Westermeyer.
Box 20, Folder 325

(Woodrow Wilson) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

T. A. Bailey ( Woodrow Wilson and the Great Betrayal)
Box 20, Folder 326

(XYZ) 1944-45

Scope and Content Note

Mary L. Ziebold, Arthur F. Zimmerman.
Box 20, Folder 327-328

(A) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Preston B. Albright, James G. Allen, Merle Alderman.
Box 20, Folder 329

(American Council of Learned Societies) 1945-46

Box 20, Folder 330

(American Historical Association) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Arthur P. Whitaker
Box 20, Folder 331

(Atomic Age) 1945-46

Box 20, Folder 332

(B) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Margery Bailey (Stanford Project on the Pioneer Culture of Early California), Muriel V. Sibell, C. F. Brand, Harold W. Bradley, Delmer Brown.
Box 20, Folder 333

(C) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Howard Clodius, California Advisors Committee
Box 20, Folder 334

(Commonwealth Club: Pacific Ocean Problems Section) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

U. S. Policy in China, Minutes of Meetings.
Box 21, Folder 335

(Commonwealth Club research Advisory) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

research Study of Population of California, Study of Propaganda, Minutes of Meetings, Constitution of research Service, Max Thelen.
Box 21, Folder 336

(Committee on research: Commonwealth Club) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

American Council on Race relations, Monroe E. Deutsch, Davis McEntire, Minutes of Meetings, Max Thelen, Study of California Population Problems, Study of the Evacuation and resettlement of Japanese on the West Coast, Progress reports.
Box 21, Folder 337-337a

(Commonwealth Club research Advisory -- Population Study) 1944-46

Scope and Content Note

Minutes of Meetings, Memoranda, Monroe E. Deutsch, R. L. Wilbur, Rough Drafts, American Council on Race relations, Stuart R. Ward.
Box 21, Folder 338

(D) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Dwight L. Dumond, Monroe E. Deutsch, Thomas E. Drake, John P. Dern.
Box 21, Folder 339

(E) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Luther H. Evans, C. de Y. Elkus
Box 21, Folder 340

(F) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

O. K. Flechtheim
Box 22, Folder 341

(G) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

John Gange, A. Guerard
Box 22, Folder 342

(H) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

David Harris, Federation of United Youth, John Howell (English - Speaking Union), Albert Hyma.
Box 22, Folder 343

(Higher Education and National Affairs) 1945-46

Box 22, Folder 344

(International Center) 1945-46

Box 22, Folder 345

(J - K) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

John J. Johnson, George Knoles, (Save the Children Federation).
Box 22, Folder 346

(L) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Lloyd Luckmann, (International Center)
Box 22, Folder 347

(Mc) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Beverley McAnear, H. F. McCreery
Box 22, Folder 348

(M) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Frederick Merk, Dudley Moorhead, Henry Madden,
Box 22, Folder 349

(N) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Harley Notter, Alvin E. Nelson (Radio Station KNOX)
Box 22, Folder 350

(A New American History), 1945-60

Scope and Content Note

R. Lutz, J. E. W. Sterling, W. D. Wyman.
Box 22, Folder 351

(The New United States) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Elton Trueblood, O. H. Wedel, J. F. Rippy, F. L. Paxson, Waldo Chamberlin, Hardin Craig,
Box 22, Folder 352

(The New United States) 1946

Scope and Content Note

Publication Agreement, Business and Format Arrangements, Draft.
Box 22, Folder 353

(O - P) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Commonwealth Club Section on Pacific Ocean Problems.
Box 22, Folder 354

(Institute of Pacific relations) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Eugene Staley
Box 22, Folder 355

(Q - R) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Howard H. Quint, California Labor School, Alice Rose, William A. Robinson.
Box 22, Folder 356

(Publications etc. E.E.R.) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Twenty Years of Independent Study at Stanford University.
Box 22, Folder 357

(S) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

Letters re Charles C. Scott, Max Savelle
Box 22, Folder 358

(T) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

D. B. Tresidder (Problem of Overcrowding), Elton Trueblood, Informal Suggestions to Tresidder.
Box 22, Folder 359

( Twenty Years of Independent Study at Stanford University) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

O. H. Wedel, A. C. Krey, William Bary, John F. Gange, R. E. Swain.
Box 22, Folder 360

(V - W) 1945-46

Scope and Content Note

John Vandenburg, Dixon Wecter (Huntington Library) James T. Watkins, R. L. Wilbur, W. L. White (Campaign of 1912), Chester Rowell, World Student Service Fund, William Allen White Papers, R. L. Wilbur (U. N. Charter), J. P. Weter, World Book Encyclopedia, Woodrow Wilson Foundation.
Box 23, Folder 361

(A) 1946-47

Box 23, Folder 362

(State requirement: American History) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

Lawrence A. Harper, Alvin C. Eurich.
Box 23, Folder 363

(B) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

John D. Barnhart, Brookings Institution (Seminar on Problems of American Foreign Policy), William C. Bark (Hiring), Harold W. Bradley, Claude A. Buss, Arthur E. Bestor, Jr.
Box 23, Folder 364

(C) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

Albert Coyle, Manoel Cardozo, Commonwealth Club
Box 23, Folder 365

(Proposed Meeting: Committee on Fifty). 1946 - 47

Box 23, Folder 366

(Commonwealth Club) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

Minutes of Meetings of Executive Committee and Board of Governors, Agenda, Treasurer's reports.
Box 23, Folder 367

(D) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

Monroe E. Deutsch.
Box 23, Folder 368

(E) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

A. C. Eurich, Luther Evans, English - Speaking Unions.
Box 23, Folder 369

(F) 1946-47

Box 23, Folder 370

(G - H) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

John Gange, W. T. Hutchinson, Franklin Hichborn, Charles R. Hicks
Box 23, Folder 371

(Stanford Conference on Humanities) 1946-47

Box 23, Folder 372

(I - K) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

Hiram W. Johnson, Jr., Paul Knaplund
Box 23, Folder 373

(L - M) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

Death of E. G. Mears, Anatole G. Mazour (Appointment), Frederick Merk, Beverly McAnear.
Box 23, Folder 374

(N - P) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

Alvin E. Nelson, Leo Pasvolsky (Brookings Institution), report of the Curriculum Committee for the School of Physical Sciences.
Box 23, Folder 375

(R) 1945-47

Scope and Content Note

Albert S. Rudda, Jr., Easton Rothwell
Box 23, Folder 376

(E. E. R. Publications) 1946-47

Box 23, Folder 377

( They Voted for Roosevelt) reviews, Thank-You Notes for Complementary Copies. 1946-47

Box 23, Folder 378

(S) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

Charles C. Scott, Merrill Spalding, J. E. W. Sterling.
Box 23, Folder 379

(T) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

Max Thelen, H. F. Taggart, Donald B. Tresidder.
Box 23, Folder 380

(U - V) 1946-47

Box 23, Folder 381

(W - Y) 1946-47

Scope and Content Note

W. L. White, Arthur F. Wright (Stanford Appointment) Edward White, W. L. Westermann, George E. Worthington, John Watrous, Jr., Earl Warren.
Box 23, Folder 382

(World Book Encyclopedia) 1946-47

Box 24, Folder 383

(A) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, Irwin Abrans, Merle N. Alderman, American Council of Learned Societies ( Scholarship and Cataclysm: What is Happening to American History?)
Box 24, Folder 384

(B) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Harold W. Bradley, Arthur Bestor, Jr., C. A. Barker, A. Russell Buchanan, Thomas S. Barclay.
Box 24, Folder 385

(C) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Civil Rights reforms, How to Make Democracy Live, Meribeth Cameron, Paul H. Clyde, E. A. Cottrell, Gerald, Cullinan, J. E. W. Sterling, Waldo Chamberlin.
Box 24, Folder 386

(Citizens' Committee for United Nations reform). 1947-48

Box 24, Folder 387

(Commonwealth Club) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Minutes of Meetings.
Box 24, Folder 388

(Crary Project: The American Way of Life) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Allan H. Crary
Box 24, Folder 389

(D) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Paul H. Davis, Monroe E. Deutsch (World Affairs Council of Northern California).
Box 24, Folder 390

(E) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

English - Speaking Union
Box 24, Folder 391

(F) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

H. H. Fisher (re John A. Hawgood, Bohvs Benes), Helen Fisher (research on Book About Leland Stanford), Freedom Train
Box 24, Folder 392

(G) 1947-48

Box 24, Folder 393

(H) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Franklin Hichborn (1910 Gubernatorial Campaign), Charles Hicks, C. H. Hunter, Edward M. Hulme.
Box 24, Folder 394

(I) 1947-48

Box 24, Folder 395

( Information Please Almanac - Role of Political Parties in American Public Life) 1947-48

Box 24, Folder 396

(Miss Cecilia Irvine) 1947-48

Box 24, Folder 397

(K) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

A. C. Krey, F. V. Keesling (including disposition of personal papers), F. J. Klingberg, Louis K. Koontz.
Box 24, Folder 398

(L) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

T. R. Letts, R. D. Lapham, Henry R. Luce, R. M. Langdon.
Box 24, Folder 399

(Mc) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Beverly McAnear H. F. McCreery
Box 24, Folder 400

(M) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

James C. Malin, Raymond Muse, Anatole G. Mazour, Dudley T. Moorhead, Malcolm Moule.
Box 24, Folder 401

(Morrison Chair) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Edgar E. Robinson Professorship, Edward Hohfeld, R. L. Wilbur.
Box 24, Folder 402

(N) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

National Council Against Conscription, J. F. Neylan.
Box 24, Folder 403

(O) 1947-48

Box 24, Folder 404

(P) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Earl S. Pomeroy (re possible Biography of Hiram Johnson), R. R. Palmer (AHA Program).
Box 24, Folder 405

(R) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Nicholas Roosevelt, W. A. Robinson, Death of Chester H. Rowell (Including Correspondence with his daughter re Disposition of his Papers), Exchange of letters with nephew Billy [Robinson?]. A. Rodda, R. S. Rankin.
Box 24, Folder 406

(E. E. R. Publications) 1947-48

Box 24, Folder 407

( The Role of Political Parties in American Public Life) 1947-48

Box 24, Folder 408

(S) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Charles C. Scott, Merrill Spalding, Harvey Wish.
Box 25, Folder 409

( Scholarship and Cataclysm) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Manoel Cardozo, Robert E. Keohane, Edith Dobie, (Many Thank-You notes for complimentary copies in addition to those listed here).
Box 25, Folder 410

( Scholarship and Cataclysm: Correspondence) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

[Several Hundred Form Letters were discarded].
Box 25, Folder 411

(T) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Marco Thorne, Charles J. Tilly, Dorothy Thompson
Box 25, Folder 412

(V) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

American Association for the United Nations, Inc.
Box 25, Folder 413

(W-Y) 1947-48

Scope and Content Note

Lynn T. White, O. H. Wedel, James P. Weter.
Box 25, Folder 414

(Walgreen Foundation) 1947-48

Box 25, Folder 415

(A) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

Merle N. Alderman, Alert.
Box 25, Folder 416

(B) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

C. A. Barker, J. Earl Baker (Situation in China) Harold W. Bradley, Claude A. Buss, Ray A. Billington, B. L. Borough, Theordore C. Blegen, Emma Beekman (History 2).
Box 25, Folder 417

(C) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

Albert F. Coyle, Colonial Dames Essay Contest, Waldo Chamberlin, M. E. Cureton, Paul H. Clyde, Chaplain's Advisory Committee.
Box 25, Folder 418

(Commonwealth Club) 1948-49

Box 25, Folder 419

(D - E) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

Marshall Dill, Jr., Edward Mead Earle, English -Speaking Union.
Box 25, Folder 420

(F - G) 1948 - 49

Scope and Content Note

Thomas H. Greer, Ralph H. Garriel.
Box 25, Folder 420a

Faculty Club 1948-49

Box 25, Folder 421

(A. A. Gray) 1948 - 49

Box 25, Folder 422

(H) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

W. B. Hesseltine, Huntington Library, Nation's Heritage.
Box 25, Folder 423

(I) 1948-49

Box 25, Folder 424

(J - K) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

Hiram W. Johnson, Jr., P. C. Johnston, F. U. Keesling, George Knoles, A. C. Krey.
Box 25, Folder 425

(L) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

John La Monte
Box 25, Folder 426

(M) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

G. W. Meldrum, Raymond Muse
Box 25, Folder 427

(N) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

Allan Nevins
Box 25, Folder 428

(O) 1948-49

Box 25, Folder 429

(P) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

Langley Porter, Pacific Historical review, John Caughey, Harold W. Bradley
Box 25, Folder 430

(Q - R) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

Howard Quint, Elmer E. Robinson, A. S. Rodda.
Box 25, Folder 431

(E. E. R. Publications) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

Encyclopedia Britannica.
Box 25, Folder 432

(S) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

R. G. Sproul, J. E. W. Sterling.
Box 25, Folder 433

(Stanford University Press) 1948-49

Box 25, Folder 434

(T - U - V) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

John Vanderburg
Box 25, Folder 435

(W - X - Y - Z) 1948-49

Scope and Content Note

Edward A. White, Arthur P. Whitaker.
Box 26, Folder 436

(A) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Alumni Association
Box 26, Folder 437

(B) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

B. L. Borough, Emma Beekman, Frances Barney, Arthur E. Bestor, Jr., H. W. Bradley.
Box 26, Folder 438

(C) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Howard Clodius, W. H. Cowley, Hardin Craig, Paul H. Clyde, John Caughey.
Box 26, Folder 439

(D) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Glenn S. Dumke, Alexander De Conde, D. Duggleby.
Box 26, Folder 440

(E) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Charles De Y. Elkus
Box 26, Folder 441

(F) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Benjamin Fine ( New York Times Survey on Education in History).
Box 26, Folder 442

(G) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

A. A. Gray, A. Guerard, T. Gay, John Gange, G. Fores - Ganzon.
Box 26, Folder 443

(H) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Clarence Henkel, Charles W. Hackett.
Box 26, Folder 444

(I) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Cecilia Irvine, Alice Ingram.
Box 26, Folder 445

(J) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Hiram W. Johnson Jr., International Christian University in Japan.
Box 26, Folder 446

(K) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

A. C. Krey, Edward C. Kirkland.
Box 26, Folder 447

(L) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Henry C. Luckey
Box 26, Folder 448

(M) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Henry McCreery, Dumas Malone, M. Moremen, Frederick Merk.
Box 26, Folder 449

(N) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

reinhold Niebuhr, Allan Nevins (including oral History Project) Harley Notter.
Box 26, Folder 450

(O - P) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Dayton Phillips
Box 26, Folder 451

(The Political Significance of the U.S.) 1949-50

Box 26, Folder 452

(R) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Geroid T. Robinson, Elmer E. Robinson, Albert Rodda.
Box 26, Folder 453

(E. E. R. Publications) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Encyclopedia Britannica, AHA, Calif. Historical Society.
Box 26, Folder 454

(S) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

N. Van Patten (re Elmer E. Robinson Materials), Address by R. G. Sproul, Life Magazine, Charles C. Scott, Max Savelle, William R. Steckel.
Box 26, Folder 455

(T) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

Y. Takagi.
Box 26, Folder 456

(V - W - Y) 1949-50

Scope and Content Note

J. P. Weter, Death of R. L. Wilbur, O. O. Winther
Box 26, Folder 457

(A) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

American Association of University Professors, Merle N. Alderman,
Box 26, Folder 457A

(American History requirement) 1950-51

Box 26, Folder 457B

(The Abuse of Freedom) 1950-51

Box 26, Folder 458

(B) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

A. Russell Buchanan, H. W. Bradley, B. L. Borough.
Box 26, Folder 459

(C) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

Hardin Craig
Box 26, Folder 460

(D) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

Alexander DeConde, D. R. Duggleby
Box 26, Folder 461

(E) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

Location of Robert E. Peary Papers, Charles De Y. Elkus Edward M. Earle
Box 26, Folder 462

(Educational Testing Service) 1950-51

Box 27, Folder 463

( Encyclopedia Britannica - revisions) 1950-51

Box 27, Folder 464

(F) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

Freedoms Foundation
Box 27, Folder 465

(G) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

John Gange, A. A. Gray.
Box 27, Folder 466

(H) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

Interim report on German Foreign Service Trainees Program, E. A. Hornig, Clarence renkel.
Box 27, Folder 467

(I - J - K) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

A. C. Krey, F. V. Keesling (Stanford's Acquisition of his papers).
Box 27, Folder 468

(L) 1950-51

Box 27, Folder 469

(M - N) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

Donald C. McKay, J. F. Neylan, Allan Nevins.
Box 27, Folder 470

1950-51

Box 27, Folder 471

( Presidential Vote 1948 - correspondence) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

D. B. Truman
Box 27, Folder 472

(R) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

Easton Rothwell, A. Rodda, J. William Robinson, Thoreau Raymond.
Box 27, Folder 473

(E. E. R. Addresses) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

History in the Making,
Box 27, Folder 474

(E. E. R. Publications) 1950-51

Box 27, Folder 475

(S) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

W. R. Steckel
Box 27, Folder 476

(T) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

Arnold J. Toynbee, Clarence Thurber
Box 27, Folder 477

( This is War - The Roots of the Conflict, etc.) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

Publication in Vital Speeches
Box 27, Folder 478

(W - Z) 1950-51

Scope and Content Note

J. B. Wolf, J. P. Weter, Letter re Qualifications of Men in Dept. (To E. Faye Wilson), Gerald T. White ( The Historian), World Affairs Council of Northern California, O. O. Winther.
Box 28, Folder 479

(A) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

American Historical Association (National registration - The Humanities and Social Sciences).
Box 28, Folder 480

(B) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

Bancroft Library, A. C. Krey (re Vaughn Bornet), R. Butow, Vaughn Bornet.
Box 28, Folder 481

(C) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

W. J. Campbell (Support of Eisenhower, American History requirements), J. E. Caswell, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Census Bureau, A. H. Clodius, William H. Hobbs, Letter to Meredith Crawford (re Psychological Warfare).
Box 28, Folder 482

(D) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

Charles O. Donahue (re Materials Deposited in Hoover Library), Letter to Maurice T. Dooling, Jr., (re Commonwealth Club Gold Medal Literature Award).
Box 28, Folder 483

(E) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

Edward M. Earle, Educational Testing Service.
Box 28, Folder 484

(F) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

G. A. Frykman
Box 28, Folder 485

(G) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

John Gange, F. H. Garver.
Box 28, Folder 486

(H) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

W. T. Hutchinson, Betty Hassell
Box 28, Folder 487

(I - J) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Fund, W. R. Jacobs, C. Irvine.
Box 28, Folder 488

(K) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

F. V. Keesling, A. C. Krey, L. K. Koontz Memorial Award.
Box 28, Folder 489

(L) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

R. E. Langer (American History requirements on Wisconsin), E. W. Lyon, R. Littler.
Box 28, Folder 490

(M) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

Milestones Magazine, Beverly McAnear
Box 28, Folder 491

(N - O) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

Society of American Historians
Box 28, Folder 492

(P) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

recommendation of Rullie E. Popping, Earl S. Pomeroy.
Box 28, Folder 493

(R) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

Nicholas Roosevelt, retirement of Prof. Robinson, A. H. Clodius, E. Rothwell.
Box 28, Folder 494

(E. E. R. Publications) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

Book reviews
Box 28, Folder 495

(S) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

report of Committee on Lower Division, Charles C. Scott, James W. Shannon, J. E. W. Sterling, L. J. Stellman (re Frank Pixley).
Box 28, Folder 496

(T - Z) 1951-52

Scope and Content Note

Dorothy L. Thompson, O. O. Winther, James P. Weter.
Box 28, Folder 497

(Institute of American History Plans) The Foundation for American Studies, Stanford Social Education Investigation Workshop 1941.

Box 52, Folder 1

1928

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including John S. P. Tatlock, Harvard, Department of English.
Box 52, Folder 2

1929

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Ralph Hawkins, Hopkins Marine Station.
Box 52, Folder 3

1950

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Naval research Laboratory concerning technical report to be written by Robinson, Budget statements for Navy contract, benefits and social security.
Box 52, Folder 4

1951

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including President J.E.W. Sterling, Edward Hohfeld, Controller concerning retirement.
Box 52, Folder 5

A-L 1962,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Professor Thomas Bailey, Luther Evens, Librarian of congress, John Gange, Controller's office.
Box 52, Folder 6

M-Z 1952,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Professor Allan Nevins, Jerry O'Callaghen, Nicholas Roosevelt, President Sterling, Professor Nathan Van Patten.
Box 52, Folder 7

A-K 1953,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Merle Alderman, Vaughn Bornet, John E. Baker, Herman Blum, Thomas Bailey, W. J. Campbell, Professor Harold Bacon, Edith Dobie, Maurice Dooling, Jr., Alex De Conde, Joseph Dixon, Luther Evans, John Gange, Herbert Hoover, Francis V. Keeling, Robert Kelley.
Box 52, Folder 8

L-Z 1953,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including J. A. Larson, J. Paul Leonard, Marvin McHee, John Francis Neylan, O. C. Oberst, Jerry O'Callaghan, Roy Peel, Elmer E. Robinson. President Sterling, Gordan Watkins, Walter Yust.
Box 52, Folder 9

A-L 1954,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Robert Butow, Professor Harold Bacon, Professor Thomas Bailey, Alex De Conde, Luther Evans, Herbert Hoover, letter concerning Lincoln Club Speech.
Box 52, Folder 10

M-Z 1954,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Michael Polito, President Sterling, James Weter, Stewart Ward, Walter Yust.
Box 52, Folder 11

A-K 1955,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Professor Harold Bacon, Donald Bean, Professor Thomas Bailey, John J. Caldwell, Joe Dixon, Goodwin J. Knight.
Box 52, Folder 12

L-Z 1955,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Osgood Murdock, A. Hubbard Moffitt, Nicholas Roosevelt, President Sterling, Walter Lippmann, Henry R. Luce, John Neylan, Jerry O'Callaghan, Michael Polito, I. James Quillen, Max Thelen, Harry S. Truman, Stewart Ward, James Weter.
Box 52, Folder 13

A-L 1956,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Merle Aldermann, William F. Buckley Jr., Leland Cutler, Edwin Coman, Joe Dixon, Harlund Fuller, Edward Hohfeld, Herbert Hoover, Louis P. Lochner.
Box 52, Folder 14

M-Z 1956,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including David Mearns, Michael Polito, Nicholas Roosevelt, President Sterling, Professor Theodore E. Treutlem, Stuart Ward.
Box 52, Folder 15

A-J 1957,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Clinton P. Anderson, Professor Thomas Bailey, Edwin Coman, Leland Cutler, Kenneth Culbertson.
Box 52, Folder 16

K-Z 1957,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Edward Hohfeld, George Hammond, W. J. Hutchinson, John F. Kennedy, Louis P. Lochner, David C. Mearns, Rixford Snyder, R. C. Swank, President Sterling, H. Donald Winbigler, James P. Weter.
Box 52, Folder 17

A-B 1958,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Merle Alderman and Vaughn Bornet.
Box 52, Folder 18

C-Z 1958,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including John Young, John E. Caswell, Frank Dickinson, John Dodge, Herbert Hoover, Thomas Hart, President Sterling.
Box 52, Folder 19

1959

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Vaughn Bornet, William Johnson, Thomas Martin, President Sterling.
Box 52, Folder 20

1960

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Vaughn Bornet, Paul Edwards, Herbert Hoover.
Box 52, Folder 21

1961

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Vaughn Bornet, Edward Hohfeld, Edward J. Day, Leslie H. Fishel, Jerry O'Callaghan.
Box 52, Folder 22

A-F 1962,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Howard Brooke, Vaughn Bornet, Joseph Dixon, Alex De Conde, Glenn S. Dumke, Harlin Fuller.
Box 52, Folder 23

G-Z 1962,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Edward Hohfeld.
Box 52, Folder 24

A-E 1963,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Vaughn Bornet, Alex DeConde, John V. Dodge, John P. Everett.
Box 52, Folder 25

F-Z 1963,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including John Gange, Thomas Kuchel, Martin B. Travis, Stuart Ward, Harry Winton.
Box 52, Folder 26

A-L 1964,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Vaughn Bornet, J. Hart Clinton, Alexander DeConde.
Box 52, Folder 27

M-Z 1964,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Martin Travis, Raymond O'Connor, Edward Hofeld, Nicholas Roosevelt.
Box 52, Folder 28

A-H 1965,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Hilary Crawford, J. Hart Clinton, Alex DeConde, Arnold Dolin, J.G.E. Hopkins, Colonel James Hughes.
Box 52, Folder 29

I-Z 1965,

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Raymond O'Connor, Charles N. Stabler, Homer Spence, Leon Seltzer, Martin B. Travis.
Box 52, Folder 30

1966

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Vaughn Bornet, John Caswell, Alex Deconde, Raymond O'Connor, Albert Nodda, Paul Kegley, President Sterling, Martin Travis, Max Thelen, William Wood.
Box 52, Folder 31

1967

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including Thomas Bailey, Alex DeConde, Thomas Hart, Robert L. Levin, Raymond O'Connor, Professor David Potter, Nicholas Roosevelt, Homer Spence, Martin B. Travis, Max Thelen.
Box 52, Folder 31a

1968-71

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, including David Harris and George Knoles
Box 52, Folder 32

Robinson--Encyclopedia Britiannica, Correspondence

Box 52, Folder 33

Robinson--J. Brooks, B. Parker Estate

Box 52, Folder 34

Commonwealth Club

Box 52, Folder 35

English Speaking Union

Box 52, Folder 36

Robinson--Henry Luce, Correspondence

Box 52, Folder 37

Robinson--Harley Notter, Correspondence

Box 52, Folder 38

Robinson--Harley Notter, Correspondence

Box 52, Folder 39

Robinson--O'Callaghan, Correspondence

Box 52, Folder 40

Robinson--Mark requa, Correspondence

Box 52, Folder 41

Letters re: Roosevelt Leadership

Box 52, Folder 41a

Roosevelt Leadership, correspondence with publisher

Box 52, Folder 42

Robinson--Nicholas Roosevelt, Correspondence

Box 78, Folder 1

Correspondence: Callaghan, Jerry A. to Mrs. Edgar E. Robinson, 3 March 1979

 

Correspondence from Frederick Jackson Turner to Edgar E. Robinson

Box 78, Folder 2

3 April 1909 - 26 December 1911

Box 78, Folder 3

30 July 1912 - 26 December 1912

Box 78, Folder 4

4 September 1913

Box 78, Folder 5

27 April 1914 - 28 October 1914

Box 78, Folder 6

17 March 1915 - 24 March 1915

Box 78, Folder 7

13 January 1916 - 25 June 1916

Box 78, Folder 8

14 May 1917

Box 78, Folder 9

19 January 1918 - 12 December 1918

Box 78, Folder 10

11 May 1920 - 4 December 1920

Box 78, Folder 11

22 November 1923

Box 78, Folder 12

3 March 1924 - 12 December 1924

Box 78, Folder 13

31 March 1925 - 22 April 1925

Box 78, Folder 14

14 January 1929 - 4 February 1929

Box 78, Folder 15

Miscellaneous Correspondence

Box 78, Folder 16

Articles on Turner

 

Beard, Charles, The Frontier in American History, 1939

 

Jacob, Wilbur R., Colonial Origins of the United States: The Turnerean View, 1971

 

Jacobs, W. R. Turner's Methodolgy: Multiple Working Hypothesis or Ruling Theory?, 1968

 

Kellog, Louise Phelps, The Passing of a Great Teacher, Frederick J. Turner, 1932

 

Sellery, G. C., The Spirit of Wisconsin, 1937

 

Weaver, John D. A Portrait of the Unconventional Scholar, (N.D.)

Box 78, Folder 17

Notes on Turner's Class

Box 78, Folder 18

Newsclippings on Turner

Box 78, Folder 19

Correspondence and memoirs re Herbert Hoover

Box 78, Folder 20

Herbert Hoover Memorabilia

 

Manuscripts and Subject Files

Box 29, Folder [1]

Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies

Box 29, Folder [2]

National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies

Box 29, Folder [3]

Social Science research Conference

Box 29, Folder [4]

Social Science research Correspondence

Box 29, Folder [5]

Stanford College Plan

Box 30

COMMUNISM: clippings, articles, pamphlets, etc.

Box 30

THE PreSIDENTIAL VOTE (three drafts) 1896-1932

Box 30

Clippings, articles, pamphlets, etc. on political issues and happenings

Box 30

Papers of several students:

 

J. M. Espinosa, THE PERSONNEL OF THE LA FOLLETTE CANDIDACY OF 1912

Scope and Content Note

(contains a letter from Oswald Garrison Villard)
 

E. A. White, SOME LITERARY reFLECTIONS ON THE RISE OF THE NEW DEMOCRACY

 

G. H. Knoles, GROVER CLEVELAND AND THE PANIC OF 1893

Box 30, Folder [1]

Stowell Diary

Box 30, Folder [2]

Hager

Box 30, Folder [3]

Allen Johnson

Box 30, Folder [4]

H. H. Haight

Box 30, Folder [5]

James Lick

Box 30

Manuscripts of earlier writings (about 1915-20) and clippings related to their subject matter.

Box 30

Materials on the works of the committee of tthe Academic Council to aid the Board of Trustees in selection of a president of Stanford University. (Sealed until after death of President Sterling.)

Box 31

Preliminary work (rough drafts, scratch work) for Robinson's writings.

Box 32

Election data and newspaper clippings, along with a few articles and some (partial) rough drafts.

Box 32, Folder [1]

Drummond, Helen N.

Box 32, Folder [2]

Election 1936 -

Box 32, Folder [3-4]

Tables

Box 32, Folder [5]

Presidential government

Box 32, Folder [6]

Preface

Box 32, Folder [7]

Introduction

Box 32, Folder [8-9]

Summary tables

Box 32, Folder [10-11]

General Douglas MacArthur

Box 33

Rough notes and drafts for writings and lectures.

Box 33

Robinson's Master's thesis

Box 33, Folder [1]

George Hearst

Box 33, Folder [2]

Phoebe A. Hearst

Box 33, Folder [3]

Isaac Lankershim

Box 33, Folder [4]

Pamphlets

Box 33, Folder [5]

Brief biographies

Box 33, Folder [6]

Lectures - Robinson

Box 33, Folder [7]

Value of Opinion in Public Affairs; Citizenship

Box 41- 46

Manuscripts and rough drafts, by chapter

Box 47 - 49

Business correspondence resulting from Robinson's work for Encyclopedia Britannica.

Box 50

Manuscript sources and Notes for Presidential Vote Studies by Professor Edgar E. Robinson.

Scope and Content Note

Included: They Voted For Roosevelt
The Presidential Vote
The Presidential Vote 1936
Box 51

Manuscript sources and Notes for Presidential Vote studies by Professor Edgar E. Robinson.

Box 53-54

Manuscripts and notes for Hoover Leadership by Professor Edgar E. Robinson.

Box 55

Manuscripts and notes for Powers of President in International relations by Professor Edgar E. Robinson.

Box 56, Folder 1-6

Manuscripts and notes for biography of Ray Lyman Wilbur by Professor Edgar E. Robinson.

Box 56, Folder 7-8

Manuscript and notes for biography of Woodrow Wilson by Professor Edgar E. Robinson.

Box 56, Folder 9

The Individual and His Education at Stanford

Box 56, Folder 10

The Economics of Politics (or) This Schizophrenic American

Box 56, Folder 11

A Future for Stanford in Liberal Education

Box 56, Folder 12

Great President of Our Time

Box 56, Folder 13

Andrew Jackson--Historical Drama in Four Acts

Box 56, Folder 14

Institute of World Affairs--The New U.S. in a New World December 11, 1950,

Box 56, Folder 15

Lincoln Club, Los Angeles, Lincoln 100 Years After February 12, 1954,

Box 56, Folder 16

Chit Chat Club, On Politics and History April 14, 1952,

Box 56, Folder 17

Chit Chat Club, Woodrow Wilson February 11, 1957,

Box 56, Folder 18

Stanford Business Conference, Leadership in America 1952,

Box 56, Folder 19

Stanford's Role in American History

Box 56, Folder 20

Commonwealth Club, Speech, Democracy and Leadership in the American Foundation 1956,

Box 56, Folder 21

Lincoln--100 Years After, Addresses, 1954

Box 56, Folder 22

Stanford's Role in American History

Box 56, Folder 23

What Price History, February 4, 1956

Box 56, Folder 24

Friends of the Bancroft Library, May, 1956

Box 56, Folder 25

Tuesday Evening Series, Franklin Delano Roosevelt October 4, 1955,

Box 56, Folder 26

Foundations of American Nationality, Citizenship Lecture, 1925

Box 56, Folder 27

The Individual and His Education in the University

Box 56, Folder 28

Robinson--History Department

Box 56, Folder 29

History department, re EER's efforts to have if made a school, 1942-43

Box 57, Folder 1

report to Commonwealth Club on The Powers of the President in International relations, Parts 1-3

Box 57, Folder 2

report to Commonwealth Club on The Powers of the President in International relations, Part 4

Box 57, Folder 3

report to Commonwealth Club on The Powers of the President in International relations, Part 5

Box 57, Folder 4

report to Commonwealth Club on The Powers of the President in International relations, Parts 6-7

Box 57, Folder 5

Commonwealth Club, Literature Award, October 21, 1955

Box 57, Folder 6

Commonwealth Club Addresses

Box 57, Folder 7

Commonwealth Club, 1963

Box 57, Folder 8

Commonwealth Club, 1964

Box 57, Folder 9

Commonwealth Club, report to research Committee, 1964

Box 57, Folder 10

Commonwealth Club, 1965

Box 57, Folder 11

Commonwealth Club, 1966

Box 57, Folder 12

Clippings

Box 57, Folder 13

Clippings

Box 57, Folder 14

Clippings

Box 57, Folder 15

Clippings

Box 57, Folder 16

1967 Encyclopedia Britannica Material written by Professor Edgar E. Robinson

Box 57, Folder 17

Ideas

Box 57, Folder 18

Ideas

Box 57, Folder 19

Is the American Presidency Obsolete? 1965

Box 57, Folder 20

Miscellaneous Manuscript Notes

Box 57, Folder 21

Miscellaneous Notes [1935?]

Box 57, Folder 22

Miscellaneous Notes (Kennedy at Stanford)

Box 57, Folder 23

Miscellaneous Notes

Box 57, Folder 24

Miscellaneous Notes

Box 57, Folder 25

Miscellaneous Notes

Box 57, Folder 26

Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1961-63

Box 57, Folder 27

Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1965

Box 57, Folder 28

Miscellaneous Printed Material

Box 57, Folder 29

Miscellaneous Printed Material

Box 57, Folder 30

Miscellaneous Printed Material

Box 57, Folder 31

Note Cards on Books

Box 57, Folder 32

Organizing for the National Security, 1961

Box 57, Folder 33

Personal File, Edgar E. Robinson

Box 57, Folder 34

Phi Alpha Theta--Honorary Membership, 1948

Box 57, Folder 35

President Wilson's Election, 1916

Box 57, Folder 36

receipts

Box 57, Folder 37

reviews

Box 57, Folder 38

Saturday review, December 18, 1959

Box 57, Folder 39

Stanford's Role in American History, Speech November 30, 1961,

Box 57, Folder 40

The Trend of the Patroleum Industry from Armistice to 1934

Box 57, Folder 41

Robinson Comments on Vietnam, 1965

Box 57, Folder 42

Why Vietnam by President Lyndon B. Johnson, 1965

Box 58, Folder 1

Miscellaneous Articles about Edgar E. Robinson.

Box 58, Folder 2

Miscellaneous Articles mentioning Edgar E. Robinson.

Box 58, Folder 3

Clippings (of Articles by Schlesinger, Brier, reston, and Lippman)

Box 58, Folder 4

Clippings (Miscellaneous re. Politics)

Box 58, Folder 5

Clippings (Miscellaneous re. Politics)

Box 58, Folder 6

Clippings (The Woodrow Wilson I Knew by Mary Allen Hulbert)

Box 58, Folder 6a

Johnson, Hiram, correspondence re. 1956-57

Box 58, Folder 7

Commonwealth Club (Correspondence and Printed Materials)

Box 58, Folder 8

Commonwealth Club-International relations (Correspondence and Clippings)

Box 59, Folder 1

Description of Courses given by Edgar E. Robinson.

Box 59, Folder 2

Memorial Church-Chaplains Advisory Committee (Correspondence and Articles)

Box 59, Folder 3

Miscellaneous Printed Materials Collected by Edgar E. Robinson. (with some annotations)

Box 59, Folder 4

Correspondence re. Powers of the President in Foreign Affairs. (Article in Stanford Today)

Box 59, Folder 5

Correspondence re. Powers of the President in Foreign Affairs. (Book)

Box 59, Folder 6

Clippings re. Powers of the President in Foreign Affairs. (reviews)

Box 59, Folder 7

Speeches by Edgar E. Robinson.

Box 59, Folder 8

University Affairs (Publications and Correspondence)

Box 59, Folder 9

Independent study plan at Stanford, publicity re 1931;

Box 61, Folder 1

Turner, F.J.--New England, 1830-1850.

Box 61, Folder 2

Turner, F.J.--reprints of Articles about or by Turner.

Box 61, Folder 3

Turner, F.J.--reprints of Articles about Turner.

Box 61, Folder 4

Turner, F.J.--reprints and Articles re. the Turner Thesis.

Box 61, Folder 5

Turner, F.J.--Student Papers on the Turner Thesis.

Box 62, Folder 1

Turner, F.J.--reprints and Articles by Turner.

Box 62, Folder 2

Turner, F.J.--Student Papers on the Turner Thesis; 1945.

Box 62, Folder 3

Turner, F.J.--Newspaper Clippings re. Turner.

Box 62, Folder 4

Turner, F.J.--Bibliographies of his Works.

Box 79, Folder 1-6

Manuscript of Herbert Hoover President of the United States (working copy)

Box 79, Folder 7

Bailey's comment

 

Class Materials and Lectures

Box 34

Lecture notes, reading lists, seating charts, examinations, syllabuses, relevant clippings and articles, etc., for: Civilization in the United States in the Twentieth Century; History 31; History 116; History 168, 169, 170; and History 161

Box 35

Lecture notes, reading lists, seating charts, examinations, syllabuses, relevant clippings and articles, etc., for History 132 (Westward Movement)

Box 36

Lecture notes, reading lists, seating charts, examinations, syllabuses, relevant clippings and articles, etc. for History 132 (Westward Movement); History 21; and History 122

Box 37

Lecture notes, reading lists, seating charts, examinations, syllabuses, relevant clippings and articles, etc. for History 122; and History 175; and Histry 12, 23; and History 162

Box 37

Miscellaneous speeches, clippings, students' book reports

Box 38

Lecture notes, reading lists, seating charts, examinations, syllabuses, relevant clippings and articles, etc. for American Democracy (History 165)

Box 39, Folder 1

Texts of various speeches.

Box 39, Folder 2

Texts of speeches, lectures for citizenship class.

Box 39, Folder 3 - 6

Typescripts of speeches, lectures

Box 40, Folder 7 - 11

Typescripts of lectures, speeches, etc.

Box 29

Student Term Papers 1893-1947

 

1. Albright, R.E. THE INFLUENCE OF THE PROGreSSIVE MOVEMENT OF CALIFORNIA IN THE CAMPAIGNS OF 1912-16; 1930

 

2. Bancroft, Anne THE ACTIVITIES OF HENRY WAGER HALLECK IN CALIFORNIA 1847-61; 1930

 

3. Burkett, Charles WILLIAM M. GWIN'S ACTIVITIES IN THE SENATE reLATIVE TO A PACIFIC RAILROAD; 1938

 

4. Dale, Frances GOVERNMENT - BY THE FORTY-NINERS; 1947

 

5. Desmond, Harold F. THE PANIC OF 1873 IN CALIFORNIA AND BUSINESS CONDITIONS IN 1874; 1917

 

6. Forbes, Elizabeth CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPERS 1846-1860; 1934

 

7. Fowler, Ruth M. CALIFORNIA'S PART IN THE CAMPAIGN OF 1896; 1925

 

8. Fuller, Mort AN EXAMPLE OF reSEARCH; 1932

 

9. Gaynor, Kathleen JOAQUIN MURIETA: A STUDY OF SOCIAL CONDITIONS IN CALIFORNIA IN THE EARLY FIFTIES

 

10. Gray, Mary LELAND STANFORD AND THE EARLY rePUBLICAN PARTY IN CALIFORNIA; 1947

 

11. Gregory, John M. A HISTORY OF THE LAW OF DECLAreD HOMESTEADS IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA; 1896

 

12. Groves, J. Lowell THE BEGINNINGS OF FOreIGN TRADE IN SAN FRANCISCO, 1849-1859; 1935

 

13. Hamilton, Patricia THE ESTABLISMENY AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION IN SAN FRANCISCO

 

14. Hopler, Doris MINING IN CALIFORNIA 1848-1853

 

15. Ingraham, Alice FIRST NEWSPAPERS IN CALIFORNIA, 1846-1860; 1929

 

16. Jacobson, David S. A SHORT SURVEY OF CALIFORNIA JOURNALISM, 1846-1852

 

17. Krantz, Nettie E. THE PARTIES AND ISSUES IN CALIFORNIA, 1872; 1921

 

18. Le Baker, Edwin H. THE NINTH GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA, FreDERICK FERDINAND LOW; 1939

 

19. McSpadden, H. M. reLATIONS BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU, 1848 to 1860; 1935

 

20. McDowell, Jack DAVID COLBreTH BRODERICK; 1930

 

21. Pickett, Barbara THE LIFE OF JOHN McDOUGAL, THE SECOND GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA; 1939

 

22. Pillot, Mary THE ADMISSION OF CALIFORNIA

 

23. Ralph, Harold E. THE DISCOVERY OF GOLD IN CALIFORNIA; 1936

 

24. Russell, Jessie E. THE CONQUEST OF CALIFORNIA AND THE STRUGGLE IN CONGreSS FOR ITS ADMISSION INTO THE UNION; 1893

 

25. Schuck, Victoria THE reLATION OF THE GOVERNOR AND THE LEGISLATUre IN CALIFORNIA, 1849-1852; 1930

 

26. Stein, Joel AGENCIES OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN CALIFORNIA - 1860; 1938

 

27. Swayze, Doris PreSIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1864 IN CALIFORNIA; 1926

 

28. Yost, Lucy S. POLITICAL ACTIVITIES OF THE BreCKENRIDGE PARTY IN CALIFORNIA, 1861; 1936

 

29. Young, Barbara EARLY CALIFORNIA LEADERS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON SLAVERY SENTIMENT IN CALIFORNIA; 1930

 

30. Young, Barbara THOMAS STARR KING AND THE UNION AS SEEN THROUGH CONTEMPORARY NEWSPAPERS 1860-1864; 1930

 

31. Young, Lucy HENRY W. BIGLER AND HIS DIARIES, AS SIDELIGHTS ON CALIFORNIA HISTORY FROM JULY, 1846 THROUGH SEPTEMBER, 1848; 1935

 

Publications

Box 60, Folder 1

Publications by Robinson; Dec. 1906-Dec. 1908.

Box 60, Folder 2

Publications by Robinson; Jan. 1909-Dec. 1928.

Box 60, Folder 3

Publications by Robinson; Jan. 1929-Dec. 1934.

Box 60, Folder 4

Publications by Robinson; Jan. 1935--to date.

Box 60, Folder 5

Publications by Robinson. (Fragments and Undated)

Box 74

Herbet Hoover: President of the United States . Manuscript, 1958

Box 75

Herbet Hoover: President of the United States . revised manuscript, 1961-63

Box 75

Correspondence: J. P. Lippincott, publishers

Box 76

Correspondence re: Herbert Hoover, 1952-75

Box 76

reviews re: Herbert Hoover

Box 77

Notes re: Herbert Hoover

Box 86, Folder 1

Presidential Power in the Nuclear Age House Document no. 298, 90th Congress 2nd Session pp. 58-64, reprint from Powers of the President in Foreign Affairs, 1945-65, pp. 245-251

Box 86, Folder 2

The Tradedy of Leadership, reprinted in The New Deal Doctrine and Democracy, edited by Bernard Sternsher, 1966. pp. 185-196

Box 86, Folder 3

A New American History, Feb. 2, 1946

Box 86, Folder 4

The Place of Party in the Political History of the United States, 1928

Box 86, Folder 5

Twenty Years of Independent Study at Stanford University, 1945

Box 86, Folder 6

The Independent University and the Volunteer, An address given at the Decennium Luncheon of the Stanford Associates on April 11, 1945

Box 86, Folder 7

American Democracy in time of Crisis, October 1, 1934

Box 86, Folder 8

Argument for the Bok Peace Plan, printed in Transactions of the Commonwealth Club of California vol. XIX no. 2, pp. 119-125, April, 1924

Box 86, Folder 9

Statement for Section on International relations printed in Transactions of the Commonwealth Club of California vol. XIV no. 4, pp. 98-105, May 1919

Box 86, Folder 10

An Observer's Impressions of the Conference printed in Transactions of the Commonwealth Club of California vo. XVII no. 2, pp. 72-81, April 1922

Box 86, Folder 11

The Legendary Roosevelt from the book The Roosevelt Leadership: 1933-1945, 1955; reprinted in Myth and the American Experience volume two by Nicholas Cordi and Patrick Gerster, pp. 271-275

Box 86, Folder 12

An Unaccustomed Road from The Roosevelt Leadership, 1955; reprinted in The New Deal What Was It? edited by Morton Keller, 1963, pp. 36-46

Box 86, Folder 13

The Constitution and American Democracy. An address before the Commonwealth Club of California, Dec. 12, 1937

Box 86, Folder 14

Can Democracy Survive the War? America's Answer. An address before the Commonwealth Club of California, Aug. 7, 1942

Box 86, Folder 15

The Political Significance of the United States in the world (The Long War Against Communism). An address before the Commonwealth Club of California, July 21, 1950

Box 86, Folder 16

The Commonwealth, vol. LXXI no. 26, shows E. E. Robinson was a member of the Governor's Club of 1977 Sept. 5, 1977

Box 86, Folder 17

The Man on the Frontier printed in Annual contest of the Northern Oratorical League, 1908, pp. 45-50

Box 86, Folder 18

Plaque: The Commonwealth Club of California in recognition of Distinguished Service to the Club, Presented to Professor Edgar E. Robinson, Dec. 20, 1963

Box 86, Folder 19

Powers of the President in Foreign Affairs 1945-1965, 1966

Box 86, Folder 20

Herbert Hoover: President of the United States, 1975

Box 86, Folder 21

Miscellaneous clippings, pamphlets, correspondence

Box 87, Folder 1

Powers of the President in Foreign Affairs 1945-1965, 1966

Box 87, Folder 2

The Presidential Vote 1896-1932, 2nd printing 1947

Box 87, Folder 3

The Presidential Vote 1896-1932, reprinted 1970

Box 87, Folder 4

They Voted for Roosevelt - The Presidential Vote 1932-1944, 1947

Box 87, Folder 5

They Voted for Roosevelt - The Presidential Vote 1932-1944, reprinted 1970

Box 87, Folder 6

The Evolution of American Political Parties, 1924

Box 87, Folder 7

The Roosevelt Leadership 1933-1945, 2nd printing 1972

Box 88, Folder 1

Independent Study in the Lower Division at Stanford University 1931-1937, 1937

Box 88, Folder 2

The Evolution of American Political parties, 1924

Box 88, Folder 3

They Voted For Roosevelt - The Presidential Vote 1932-1944, 1947

Box 88, Folder 4

Scholarship and Cataclysm - Teaching and research in American History 1939-1945, 1947

Box 88, Folder 5

The New United States, 1946

Box 88, Folder 6

The Roosevelt Leadership 1933-1945, 1955

Box 88, Folder 7

The Presidential Vote 1896-1932, 1934

Box 88, Folder 8

reviews

 

Diaries 1900-1979

Box 62, Folder 5

1900-1904

Box 63

1904-1908

Box 64

1908-1928

Box 65

1929-1935

Box 66

1936-1941

Box 67

1942-1950

Box 68

1951-1954

Box 69

1955-1959

Box 69B

1960-1965

Box 69C

1966-1969

 

Personal Correspondence

Box 80, Folder 1

1904

Box 80, Folder 2

1905

Box 80, Folder 3

1906

Box 80, Folder 4

1907

Box 80, Folder 5

1908

Box 80, Folder 6

1909

Box 80, Folder 7

1910

Box 81, Folder 1

1911

Box 81, Folder 2

1912

Box 81, Folder 3

1913

Box 81, Folder 4

1914

Box 81, Folder 5

1915

Box 81, Folder 6

1916

Box 81, Folder 7

1917

Box 81, Folder 8

1918

Box 81, Folder 9

1919

Box 81, Folder 10

1920

Box 82, Folder 1

1921

Box 82, Folder 2

1922

Box 82, Folder 3

1923

Box 82, Folder 4

1924

Box 82, Folder 5

1925

Box 82, Folder 6

1926

Box 82, Folder 7

1927

Box 82, Folder 8

1928

Box 82, Folder 9

1929

Box 83, Folder 1

1930

Box 83, Folder 2

1931

Box 83, Folder 3

1932

Box 83, Folder 4

1933

Box 83, Folder 5

1934

Box 84, Folder 1

1935

Box 84, Folder 2

1936

Box 84, Folder 3

1937

Box 84, Folder 4

1938

Box 84, Folder 5

1939

Box 85, Folder 1

1940

Box 85, Folder 2

1941

Box 85, Folder 3

1942

Box 85, Folder 4

1943

Box 85, Folder 5

1944

Box 85, Folder 6

1945

Box 85, Folder 7

1946

Box 85, Folder 8

1947

Box 85, Folder 9

1948

Box 85, Folder 10

1949

Box 85, Folder 11

1950

Box 85, Folder 12

1951

Box 85, Folder 13

1952

Box 70-72

Unsorted family letters

 

Miscellaneous Papers

Box 73

Edgar Eugene Robinson, Teacher (tribute upon retirement)

Box 89, Folder 1

Herbert Hoover Oral History Program: Interview with Dr. Edgar E. Robinson

Box 89, Folder 2

Oral Memoir of Edgar E. Robinson, typescript transcript part 1, 90 pages (Ancestry, Childhood, Preparation for college, University of Wisconsin, Teaching at Carleton College 1967,

Box 89, Folder 3

Oral Memoir of Edgar E. Robinson, typescript transcript part 2, 132 pages (Morning at Stanford) 1967,

Box 89, Folder 4

Newsclippings re. Robinson

Box 89, Folder 5

Transfer of Property on Salvatierra; Purchase of Property on Cabrillo

Box 89, Folder 6

List of Early Publications

 

Accession ARCH-1982-109 Audiorecordings

Box 1

Edgar E. Robinson Memoirs - Tape 1: A. Childhood - From Birth to Joel Robinson and Niagara to 1901

Physical Description: 1 audiotape(s) (reel-to-reel)
Box 1

Edgar E. Robinson Memoirs - Tape 1: A. Childhood - From Birth to Joel Robinson and Niagara to 1901 (Duplicate)

Physical Description: 1 audiotape(s) (reel-to-reel)
Box 1

Edgar E. Robinson Memoirs - Tape 2: Preparation for College. College - University, 1904-1907

Physical Description: 1 audiotape(s) (reel-to-reel)
Box 1

Edgar E. Robinson Memoirs - Tape 2: Preparation for College. College - University, 1904-1907 (Duplicate)

Physical Description: 1 audiotape(s) (reel-to-reel)
Box 1

Edgar E. Robinson Memoirs - Tape 3: College [illegible], 1911

Physical Description: 1 audiotape(s) (reel-to-reel)
Box 1

Edgar E. Robinson Memoirs - Tape 3: College [illegible], 1911 (duplicate)

Physical Description: 1 audiotape(s) (reel-to-reel)
Box 1

Edgar E. Robinson Memoirs - Tape 4: 1st year at Stanford and beyond

Physical Description: 1 audiotape(s) (reel-to-reel)
Box 1

Edgar E. Robinson Memoirs - Tape 5: Stanford during war; the presidency of Wilbur

Physical Description: 1 audiotape(s) (reel-to-reel)
Box 1

Edgar E. Robinson Memoirs - Tape 6: [illegible]

Physical Description: 1 audiotape(s) (reel-to-reel)
Box 1

Edgar E. Robinson Memoirs - Tape 7: Retire to Stanford 1921-1926; Book on parties-early service for Hoover Library; Relations with Dr. Wilbur; Board of Trustees.

Physical Description: 1 audiotape(s) (reel-to-reel)
 

Accession ARCH-1986-112 Additional Papers

Box 1, Folder 1

Robinson's letters and diary entries re Herbert Hoover (photocopies)

Box 1, Folder 2

reminiscences re Herbert Hoover, 1931-74

Box 1, Folder 3

Preliminary outline on Hoover presidencey, 1958

Box 1, Folder 4

Address on Hoover and the presidencey, Chit Chat Club, 1960

Box 1, Folder 5

Miscellaneous items re Herbert Hoover, 1936-83

Box 1, Folder 6

Miscellaneous papers and speeches, 1905, 1908

Box 1, Folder 7

Sermon, "Spiritual Basis of the American Dream," 1938

Box 1, Folder 8

Speech, re Ray Lyman Wilbur, 1941

Box 1, Folder 9

reprints and articles by Robinson

Box 1, Folder 10

Information on Robinson House in Governor's Corner, Stanford University (dormitory complex)

Box 1, Folder 11

Miscellaneous papers

 

Accession ARCH-1991-149 Additional Papers

Box 1

Diaries, 1970-1975

Box 2, Folder 1

Clippings

Box 2, Folder 2

Commonwealth articles, 1938 and 1942

Box 2, Folder 3

Correspondence, 1946-1953

Box 2, Folder 4

Correspondence, 1954-1955

Box 2, Folder 5

Correspondence, 1956-1957

Box 2, Folder 6

Correspondence, 1958-1959

Box 2, Folder 7

Correspondence, 1960-1961

Box 2, Folder 8

Correspondence, 1962-1963

Box 2, Folder 9

Correspondence, 1964-1965

Box 2, Folder 10

Correspondence, 1966-1967

Box 2, Folder 11

Correspondence, 1968-1969

Box 2, Folder 12

Correspondence, 1970

Box 2, Folder 13

Correspondence, 1971-1972

Box 2, Folder 14

Correspondence, 1973-1975

Box 2, Folder 15

Death certificate, 1977

Box 2, Folder 16

E.E. Robinson Professorship: clippings and correspondence, 1984

Box 2, Folder 17

Legal papers and estate matters

Box 2, Folder 18

Memorial book from his funeral, 1977

Box 2, Folder 19

Notes (on historical topics)

Box 2, Folder 20

School essay, 1897

Box 2, Folder 21

Stanford Historian, April 1980

Box 2, Folder 22

Statement on F. D. Roosevelt's death, 1945

Box 2, Folder 23

Who's Who certificate, 1978/79

Box 3

Scrapbook of clippings and articles about Robinson

Box 3, Folder 1

O'Callaghan, J., articles on mining

Box 3, Folder 2

O'Callaghan, J., papers on public land policy

Box 3, Folder 3

Robinson, Lisette, correspondence with J. O'Callaghan, 1980

Box 3, Folder 4

Robinson, Lisette, correspondence with J. O'Callaghan, 1981

Box 3, Folder 5

Robinson, Lisette, general correspondence, 1977-1986

Box 3, Folder 6

White, Edward, Presidential Vote, typescript paper (to the memory of E.E.R.)

Box 3, Folder 7

Potter, David M. The Background of the Civil War, reprint, autographed inscription

Box 3, Folder 8

Bailey, Thomas A., America's Emergence as a World Power, reprint, autographed inscription 1961,

 

Papers pertaining to Katherine Young Robinson, first wife of E.E. Robinson

Box 4, Folder 1

Letters to E.E. Robinson, 1908-1927

Box 4, Folder 2

Telegrams to E.E. Robinson, 1921

Box 4, Folder 3

Letters to E.E. Robinson, c. 1921

Box 4, Folder 4

Letters, undated

Box 4, Folder 5

Letters to relatives, undated

Box 4, Folder 6

Letters from E.E. Robinson, 1907-1908

Box 4, Folder 7

Letters from E.E. Robinson, 1920-1921

Box 4, Folder 8

Letters from friends, 1908

Box 4, Folder 9

Journal, 1909-1910

Box 4, Folder 10

Journal, 1911-1913

Box 4, Folder 11

Journal, loose items 1911-1913:

Box 4, Folder 12

Notebook with drafts of letters, essays, journal entries

Box 4, Folder 13

Essays, c. 1910

Box 4, Folder 14

Stories

Box 4, Folder 15

Wedding book, 1908

Box 4, Folder 16

Death certificate and funeral records

Box 4, Folder 17

Family (Young, Albrecht, Robinson) clippings and memorabilia

Box 4, Folder 18

Family correspondence, 1880-1926

Box 4, Folder 19

Family genealogy correspondence and papers

 

Photographs

Box 5, Folder 1

E.E. Robinson childhood

Box 5, Folder 2

E.E. Robinson school portraits, 1900's

Box 5, Folder 3

Photographs, 1900's

Box 5, Folder 4

E.E. Robinson portraits, 1910's

Box 5, Folder 5

Photographs, 1910's

Box 5, Folder 6

Photographs, 1920's

Box 5, Folder 7

E.E. Robinson portraits, 1930's

Box 5, Folder 8

Photographs, 1930-1934

Box 5, Folder 9

Photographs, 1935-1939

Box 5, Folder 10

Photographs, 1940's

Box 5, Folder 11

Photographs, 1950's

Box 5, Folder 12

Photographs, 1960-1970's

Box 5, Folder 13

E.E. Robinson portraits, undated

Box 5, Folder 14

Photographs, undated

Box 5, Folder 15

Photo album, pages 1-2

Box 5, Folder 16

Photo album, pages 3-4

Box 5, Folder 17

Photo album, pages 5-6

Box 5, Folder 18

Photo album, pages 7-8

Box 5, Folder 19

Photo album, pages 9-10

Box 5, Folder 20

Photo album, pages 11-12

Box 5, Folder 21

Photo album, pages 13-14

Box 5, Folder 22

Photo album, pages 15-16

Box 5, Folder 23

Photo album, pages 17-18

Box 5, Folder 24

Photo album, pages 19-20

Box 5, Folder 25

Photo album, pages 21-22

Box 5, Folder 26

Photo album, pages 23-24

Box 5, Folder 27

Photo album, pages 25-26

Box 5, Folder 28

Photo album, pages 27-28

Box 5, Folder 29

Photo album, pages 29-30

Box 5, Folder 30

Photo album, loose items

Box 5, Folder 31

E.E. Robinson's birthplace, Oconomowoc, WI

Box 5, Folder 32

E.E. Robinson's high school mentor

Box 5, Folder 33

Photographs, K.Y. and E.E. Robinson

Box 5, Folder 34

Scrapbook pages on K. Young and E.E. Robinson

Box 6, Folder 1

K. Young, up to age 17

Box 6, Folder 2

K.Y. Robinson as young adult, portraits

Box 6, Folder 3

K.Y. Robinson in later years, portraits

Box 6, Folder 4

K.Y. Robinson's mother

Box 6, Folder 5

Wisconsin friends and family

Box 6, Folder 6

Family, 1880's-1890's

Box 6, Folder 7

Robinson family, 1960's-70's

Box 6, Folder 8

The cat

Box 6, Folder 9

David Starr Jordan (Davey photograph)

Box 6, Folder 10

Eleanor Roosevelt, 1949

Box 6, Folder 11

Ray Lyman Wilbur, signed

Box 6, Folder 12

Postcards

Box 8

Framed photographs of Katherine Y. Robinson, E.E. Robinson and parents of E.E. Robinson (?); and medals

Box 9 os

Oversized photographs and membership certificate in Commonwealth Club, 1968

Box 7

Books by Edgar E. Robinson:

 

American Democracy in Time of Crisis, 1934

 

The Evolution of American Political Parties, 1924

 

The Foreign Policy of Woodrow Wilson 1913-1917, 1918

 

The New United States, 1946

 

The Population of California, 1946

 

The Presidential Vote 1896-1932, (Robinson's marked copy) 1934

 

The Roosevelt Leadership 1933-1945, (marked for corrections) 1955

 

Annual Contest of the Northern Oratorical League, (containing Robinson's entry The Man on the Frontier) 1908

Box 7b

Books presented to Edgar E. Robinson (inscribed):

 

Bailey, Thomas A. Essays Diplomatic and Undiplomatic, 1969

 

Guerard, Albert. France; a Modern History, 1959

 

Hoover, Herbert. The Challenge to Liberty, 1934

 

Wilbur, Ray Lyman. The March of Medicine

 

Vucinich, Wayne S. Serbia Between East and West; the Events of 1903-1908, 1954

 

The Journal of Captain John R. Bell; edited by Harlin M. Fuller and LeRoy R. Hafen, 1957

 

Wilson, Albert. These Were the Children, 1963

 

Diplomas of E.E. Robinson