Scope and Content
Title: Guy Stevens Callender research papers
Inclusive Dates: Approximately 1909
Collection Number: mssCallender
Callender, Guy Stevens, 1865-1915
1,315 pieces in 2 boxes
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Abstract: Carbon copies of the typewritten notes of Guy Stevens Callender for the "Economic history of the United States since the Civil
Language of Material: The records are in English.
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Guy Stevens Callender research papers, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.
Gift of Max Ferrand, 1942.
Guy Stevens Callender (1865-1915) completed his Ph.D. in political science at Harvard 1987. During the period 1895-1903, he
was an instructor at Wellesley, Harvard, and Bowdoin College.
A leading authority in the field of economic history, Mr. Callender occupied the Chair of Political Economy at the Sheffield
Scientific School of Yale from 1903 until his death in 1915.
Scope and Content
These papers consist entirely of typewritten notes made from Guy Stevens Callender’s original ones on the general topic -
the Economic History of the United States since the Civil War.
According to Max Ferrand, the notes were too incomplete for publication. However, it was thought desirable to have them made
available to students at Yale. The original typed copy of these notes is deposited at Yale.
Callender, Guy Stevens, 1865-1915 -- Archives
Yale University. Sheffield Scientific School -- Faculty -- Archives
Economics -- United States -- Archives
Historians -- United States -- Archives
United States -- Economic conditions -- 19th century
Research (document genres) -- United States -- 19th century