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University of Chicago Library

Guide to the Louis Gottschalk Papers [ca. 1927]-1975

© 2007 University of Chicago Library

Descriptive Summary

Title:

Gottschalk, Louis. Papers

Dates:

[ca. 1927]-1975

Size:

67.5 linear ft (135 Boxes)

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

Louis Gottschalk, historian, author, Professor. The Louis Gottschalk Papers include correspondence, memos, reports, and other material which extensively document his scholarly endeavors as well as his professional activities. Research notes and materials used in Gottschalk’s research on the life of Lafayette constitute approximately half of the material. Also included are reprints of Gottschalk’s articles, tapes and handwritten copies of his lectures, and the dissertation abstracts and term papers of his students.

Information on Use

Access

Series IV contains student evaluative materials and is restricted. Audiotape, microfilm and microfiche in Series X and elsewhere in the collection is restricted due to condition and the unavailability of viewing equipment.

Citation

When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Gottschalk, Louis. Papers, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library

Biographical Note

Louis Gottschalk was born in Brooklyn on February 21, 1899, and received his early education at P.S. 43 and Brooklyn High School. A New York state scholarship enabled him to enter Cornell University in the autumn of 1915. Gottschalk ultimately received three advanced degrees from that institution: an A.B. in 1919, A.M. in 1920, and the Ph.D. in 1921. Gottschalk later explained the importance of his years at Cornell, which during the early twentieth century produced a remarkable number of outstanding historians. He noted the flexibility of the graduate program, the splendid library, and a small student body at the graduate level. When Louis Gottschalk arrived at Cornell the faculty included Charles Henry Hull in American history, Wallace Notestein in English history, and Nathaniel Schmidt in Oriental studies. His doctoral committee consisted of Carl Becker, William Lynn Westerman, and George Lincoln Burr, all presidents of the American Historical Association.

When Carl Becker joined the faculty in 1917, Louis Gottschalk attended his first classes on the French Revolution. Becker’s influence on Gottschalk’s intellectual development and his importance to the young scholar’s later career was profound, and Gottschalk acknowledged it often throughout his life. It was Becker who instilled in Gottschalk the conviction that history was not simply a chronicle of events, but could and should encompass the methodology and insights of other disciplines. Furthermore, as one of Gottschalk’s students remarked, Gottschalk was trained at a time when “by precept and example Becker was leading a personal crusade for the involvement of ideas in the average historical account.” Given his mentor’s example, Gottschalk’s willingness to grapple with problems ranging from individual motivation to world culture is understandable.

Personally as well as professionally, the Cornell years were important for Gottschalk. Leo Gershoy, later professor of modern European history at New York University, also entered Cornell in the fall of 1915, and the two freshmen became lifelong friends. By the time they registered for Becker’s class in their junior year, Gershoy, Gottschalk, and two classmates (Ernest Hettich, and Barnet Novar) had come to be known collectively as “the Goops,” for reasons unknown to Gottschalk. They remained fast friends long after they had left Ithaca, with Gottschalk and Gershoy closely associated “as personal friends, cooperative colleagues and amicable rivals.” Before leaving Cornell for his first teaching position, Gottschalk married Laura Riding, then a student in English literature, later a poet and critic. They were divorced in 1925.

After completing his dissertation on Jean Paul Marat in 1921, Gottschalk accepted a position as Instructor at the University of Illinois- From there he moved to the University of Louisville where he was assistant and then associate professor from 1923 to 1927. Although Gottschalk was able to research and publish several articles while in Kentucky, the environment became uncongenial when a new President instituted policies which alienated members of the faculty. When the controversy led to the dismissal of a colleague from the History Department, Gottschalk became one of the first members of the American Association of University Professors to request that fledgling organization to investigate policies which, according to Gottschalk, included unfair faculty contracts, lowered standards for students, and administrative pressure on faculty members to attend football games and chapel exercises. By the spring of 1927 the AAUP had begun its investigation, the local press had exacerbated tensions, and Gottschalk had been dismissed as disloyal and disruptive. Gottschalk’s position during the affair was ultimately vindicated in the AAUP’s publication of events surrounding the case.

By the spring of 1927, when faculty-administration relations were at their lowest point at the University of Louisville, the University of Chicago opened negotiations with Gottschalk. He joined the faculty as associate professor of modern European history in the fall of 1927 and thereby began an association which would last almost half a century. Gottschalk’s arrival in Hyde Park coincided with that of the University’s new President, Robert Maynard Hutchins.

Prior to Hutchins’ taking office at Chicago, the University had begun to formulate reorganization plans. These plans materialized under Hutchins’ leadership, and by 1933 the innovative “Chicago Plan” was drawing national attention. The subsequent streamlined divisional structure posed problems for the Department of History, however. Some faculty members believed that Clio’s proper domain was the Social Sciences, while others insisted she be classified with the Humanities. Professor Gottschalk, who had no strong feelings on that particular issue, entered the fray only after Ronald S. Crane, Acting Chairman of the Senate Committee on History and Professor of English, suggested that the

Department be dissolved, with historians joining other more specialized departments such as economics, sociology, etc. Crane’s memorandum, “The Organization of History in a University,” sparked a lively debate within the University community on the nature of history and the proper realm of historians. The History Department’s response was drafted primarily by Gottschalk, and it comprises a clear statement by a twentieth-century historian on the historian’s art at a critical point in its development.

Gottschalk’s association with the University of Chicago began in the fall of 1927, when he joined the Department of History as an associate professor of modern European history. Although only twenty-eight at the time, Gottschalk, in his publications, had already delineated those subjects which were to engage his attention throughout his career. These topics included the era of the French revolution, the significance of individual motivation in history, and historiography. Gottschalk illuminated these themes in his chef d’oeuvre, a six volume biography of the Marquis de Lafayette. His work on this project began shortly after he arrived at the University of Chicago, and he was working on the seventh volume at the time of his death.

Gottschalk’s prodigious published work and his excellence in the classroom were soon recognized by his colleagues, and along with numerous honors came increasing responsibilities within the University community and in the rapidly growing historical organizations. His promotion to full professor at the University in 1935 was quickly followed by a term as Chairman of the History Department (1937-42).

From 1929 to 1943 he served as assistant editor of the Journal of Modern History, which was followed by three years as acting editor. In 1959 Gottschalk was awarded the Gustavus F. and Ann M. Swift Distinguished Service Professorship of History (Emeritus 1965-75). An active member of the American Historical Association, Gottschalk was elected President of that organization in 1953, and throughout his life he channeled his energies into myriad other professional activities, ranging from lectures throughout the world to a role as one of the founders of the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies.

Professor Gottschalk’s first decade at the University of Chicago also brackets the first phase of activity by the Social Sciences Research Council, which was organized by the Rockefeller Foundation in 1923. Gottschalk received his first grant from the SSRC soon after he accepted the appointment at the University, and that organization financed much of the next fifty years of research on the Lafayette biography. A Guggenheim fellowship for 1928-29 had enabled Gottschalk to gather research material in France, and the first volume of his biography was published by the University of Chicago Press in 1935.

In addition to the administrative and research work which Gottschalk undertook at the University during this period, he established an outstanding reputation for his teaching skills. During the 1930s Gottschalk, William T. Hutchinson and James Cate developed an historical methods course which became known as the “Laboratory Course in History.” Years later, when the Department established a fellowship fund in Gottschalk’s name, numerous students recalled this course in letters to Gottschalk, and repeatedly mentioned his “vivid” lecture style. Herman Kogan’s letter to his mentor in 1973 perhaps best characterized other comments about Gottschalk as teacher: “I was, in an important sense, educated rather than merely instructed.”

Three years after his arrival in Chicago Gottschalk married Fruma Kasden, a concert pianist in Europe prior to her arrival in the United States, and later Professor of Russian Language and Literature at the University of Chicago. Two sons were born during the 1930s; Alexander (March, 1932) and Paul Abo (1939-1977), formerly associate professor of English literature at Cornell.

Perhaps no period better illustrates Gottschalk’s ability to integrate his scholarship and activities outside the Department of History than the 1940s. While work on the Lafayette biography progressed, Gottschalk became deeply involved in war-related service, Jewish activities, and the ongoing dialogue within his profession on the nature of historical inquiry.

On October 6, 1943 Professor Gottschalk received a call from Major Frank Monaghan of the War Department. Monaghan had been professor of history at Yale before the United States entered World War II, and he now asked Gottschalk to serve on a “Committee of Historians to Analyze and Appraise Current Conditions and Prospective Developments in Germany,” For the next three months Gottschalk shuttled to and from Washington and consulted with fellow historians Carl Becker, Arthur C. Cole, Henry Steele Commager, Elias A. Lowe, Dumas Malone, Benjamin Schmidt, J. Duane Squires, and Edward Meade Earle. The purpose of the study was to give the army an estimate of probable German reaction to continued Allied pressure. The work of this “Secret Committee of Historians,” as it was called, was not publicized until 1946.

Throughout his life Gottschalk devoted considerable time and energy to public lectures, often on topics relating directly to his scholarly expertise: revolution, Franco-American relations, historiography, and so forth. But during the 1940s he increasingly lectured outside the classroom about post-war international relations.

In 1942, because of his interest in the subject, he accepted the chairmanship of the Chicago branch of the Universities Committee on Postwar International Problems. This committee had begun as a national organization under the auspices of the World Peace Foundation, and was directed by Ralph Barton Perry of Harvard University. Like many organizations established during the war, the purpose of this group was to provide a forum for academicians to discuss problems of the post-war world, with the hope of influencing public opinion. Though not as visible in this internationalist movement as other U of C faculty (such as Quincy Wright or William F. Ogburn), Gottschalk nonetheless kept the Chicago branch alive from March through October of 1943.

The Second World War also kindled a vigorous involvement in Jewish questions-both in his addresses from the lectern and in his increasing commitments to Jewish organizations. Essays which he contributed to various Jewish periodicals in the 1940s reveal an awareness of the impact which the American xenophobic reaction of the 1920s had upon the Jewish community. Gottschalk characterized his early teaching career (1920-40) as a period of pronounced anti-Semitism within the United States. In particular, Gottschalk reflected upon the quandary of academic Jews brought up in this environment, and their consequent ambiguous relationship to Jewish culture. Beginning in the 1930s Gottschalk registered his concern through B’nai B’rith, taking special interest in the Hillel program. During the forties he served as chairman of the Conference on Jewish Relations and president of the Board of Jewish Education. His remarks on this topic illustrate the internationalist feelings which motivated many of his activities during and after the Second World War:

So much Jewish money has gone into negative spending -to keep Jews trained in the traditional religion; to counteract anti-Semitism; to carry on charitable enterprises that the state and non-sectarian philanthropic organizations could, would, and should carry on. But that kind of spending adds little or nothing to Jewish life. They are defenses-worthy defenses perhaps, but defenses none the less. We need something to broaden our understanding, to add to our knowledge, to fit Jewish history into world history, to widen our outlook upon others and the outlook of others upon us, to discover not so much what the Jew had done for the Jew as what the Jew has done for the world and the world for the Jew.

The interest in historical inquiry and its methodology which was evident in Gottschalk’s defense of the History Department in 1934 persisted throughout his career. When the historical profession went through a period of intense self-examination during the 1940s and ‘50s Gottschalk was again in the midst of the discussion. His presidential address to the American Historical Association in December, 1953 can be read as a sequel to his response to the Crane memo twenty years before. Frankly autobiographical, Gottschalk entitled the speech ‘A Professor of History in a Quandary.” In this address, Gottschalk explained why he ‘found it hard to concede...that the study of history is of interest only to other historians, if to them, unless it contributes to the development of national awareness, satisfies curiosity about recent or local events, or titillates the literary sensibilities.” The same issue enticed Gottschalk into serving as a member of the Social Science Research Council’s conference on “Trends in Research in American History” (1942-46), on that same organization’s Board of Directors in 1956, and on its Committee on Historical Analysis in 1958. Through his teaching, writing, and participation in such organizations, Gottschalk repeatedly addressed himself to the question of the social responsibility of the historian.

This unflagging interest in historiography, coupled with his decision to do what he could to assist postwar world unity and international harmony prompted Gottschalk to accept a position as one of the editors of the Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind (SCHM)-a project which was truly international in scope. The need for a history of mankind, freed from the “misinformation and national biases” of traditional textbooks, was first articulated at a conference of Ministers of Education held in London during World War II. During the late 1940s the outlines of such a project were sketched out under the auspices of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). SCHM eventually involved hundreds of scholars from numerous disciplines. Gottschalk joined the project as co-author and editor of Volume IV in 1951. Although the original plan had called for publication of six volumes by 1957, Volume IV was not published until 1969. The difficulties inherent in an experiment of this kind are amply recorded in the Gottschalk papers.

While the writing international history plagued Professor Gottschalk for over fifteen years, this work, coupled with other publications and an extensive teaching and lecture schedule brought him numerous honors and increased his responsibilities within the various professional associations. Professor Gottschalk was twice awarded a Guggenheim Fellow-ship (1928-29 and 1954-55) and, in 1953, the French government named him a Chevalier in the Legion of Honor. In addition, he received a Fulbright award for 1954-55, became a fellow at the Center for Advanced study of the Behavioral Sciences (1957-58), and was awarded a $10,000 prize in 1960 by the American Council of Learned Societies for “outstanding past achievements in the field of humanities.”

Gottschalk’s retirement from the University of Chicago in 1965 was followed by eight more years of teaching as Professor of History at the University of Illinois Chicago Circle Campus and, from 1969 to 1975, service as Associate Director of the Office of the University Honors Program at that institution. In addition, he devoted considerable attention to the formation of a new, interdisciplinary organization -the American Society of Eighteenth Century Studies. And, a “friend of Lafayette” to the end, Gottschalk helped to edit the massive Lafayette: a guide to the letters, documents and manuscript in the United States,15 a project begun in 1970 at Cornell University. Gottschalk was still at work on this project at the time of his death in March, 1975.

Scope Note

The Louis Gottschalk Papers include correspondence, memos, reports, and other material which extensively document his scholarly endeavors as well as his professional activities. Research notes and materials used in Professor Gottschalk’s research on the life of Lafayette constitute approximately half of the material. Also included are reprints of Gottschalk’s articles, tapes and handwritten copies of his lectures, and the dissertation abstracts and term papers of his students.

The collection is divided into eleven series:

Series I: General Correspondence

Series I contains the bulk of his letters to and from fellow historians. Gottschalk exchanged many memos and letters with colleagues at Chicago. In particular, his relationships with William T. Hutchinson, Bessie Louise Pierce, Avery Craven, and Bernadotte Schmidt are illuminated. Moreover, the ever-widening dialogue among historians regardless of national boundaries is amply recorded here; witness the trans-Atlantic correspondence with Albert Mathiez, Georges Lefebvre, and Gilbert Chinard. And, as Gottschalk became more involved with the development of the historical profession within the United States, his correspondence with American historians such as Merle Curti, Arthur Schlesinger, Sr., William L. Langer, Crane Brinton, and R. R. Palmer multiplied. Several letters from Gottschalk’s mentors at Cornell, Carl Becker and Charles Hull, are scattered throughout this chronological series, as are numerous letters from his classmate, Leo Gershoy.

Series II: Topical Files- University of Chicago

Series III includes correspondence, memos, lectures, and miscellaneous materials. The subject areas incorporated into this series include 2) the Department of History 2) general University of Chicago administrative material 3) lectures delivered outside the confines of the History Department and 4) Gottschalk’s role in the Chicago branch of the Universities Committee on Postwar International Problems.

Series III: Topical Files- General

Series III includes material in five major categories- 1) Gottschalk biographical and career related material 2) history-related organizational activities 3) lectures 4) reprints 5) correspondence with publishers and 6) Jewish activities.

Series IV: Students’ papers

Series IV contains dissertation abstracts and students’ papers from Gottschalk’s courses at the University of Chicago. They have been listed alphabetically by students’ names.

Series V: Lafayette Studies-correspondence

Series VI: Photostats

Series VI contains photostats and xerox copies of manuscript material, which Gottschalk collected from individuals and from public and private libraries in the United States and Europe for the Lafayette biography.

Series: VII. Tapes

Series VII consists of tapes of Gottschalk’s public lectures, including the series of lectures he delivered in Japan during the spring of 1968

Series VIII: Microfiche

Series VIII consists of Gottschalk’s research notes arranged chronologically.

Series IX: Notecards

The note cards in Series IX contain Gottschalk’s outlines, bibliographies, class rosters, extensive reference notes, and quotations from the sources he used to compile the lectures for both his graduate and undergraduate history courses at the University of Chicago

Series X: Microfilms

Series X contains more than thirty-five microfilms of primary source material on Lafayette

Series XI: Annotated Books

Series XI contains copies of books written by Gottschalk and annotated by him, probably during revision for subsequent editions. Included are several pocket-sized editions of Gottschalk’s books published by Haldeman-Julius as part of the “Little Blue Books” and “Ten Cent Pocket” series. These six titles are bound together.

Related Resources

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Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Series I: General Correspondence

Box 1   Folder 1

n. d., and correspondence through 1930

Box 1   Folder 2

1931

Box 1   Folder 3

1932

Box 1   Folder 4

1933

Box 1   Folder 5

1934

Box 1   Folder 6

1935

Box 1   Folder 7

1936

Box 1   Folder 8

Jan-May 1937

Box 1   Folder 9

Jun-Dec 1937

Box 1   Folder 10

1938

Box 1   Folder 11

Jan-Apr 1939

Box 1   Folder 12

May-Dec 1939

Box 1   Folder 13

1940

Box 1   Folder 14

1941

Box 1   Folder 15

1942

Box 2   Folder 1

1943

Box 2   Folder 2

1944

Box 2   Folder 3

1945

Box 2   Folder 4

1946

Box 2   Folder 5

Jan-Feb 1947

Box 2   Folder 6

Mar 1947

Box 2   Folder 7

Apr 1947

Box 2   Folder 8

May 1947

Box 2   Folder 9

Jun 194

Box 2   Folder 10

Jul-Sep 1947

Box 2   Folder 11

Oct-Dec 1947

Box 2   Folder 12

Jan-Mar 1948

Box 3   Folder 1

Apr-Jun 1948

Box 3   Folder 2

Jul-Oct 1948

Box 3   Folder 3

Nov-Dec 1948

Box 3   Folder 4

Jan-Mar 1949

Box 3   Folder 5

Apr-Jun 1949

Box 3   Folder 6

Jul-Dec 1949

Box 3   Folder 7

Jan 1950

Box 3   Folder 8

Feb 1950

Box 3   Folder 9

Mar-Apr 1950

Box 3   Folder 10

May-Aug 1950

Box 3   Folder 11

Sep-Dec 1950

Box 3   Folder 12

1951

Box 3   Folder 13

1952

Box 3   Folder 14

1953-54

Box 4   Folder 1

Jan-May 1955

Box 4   Folder 2

Jun-Oct 1955

Box 4   Folder 3

Nov 1955

Box 4   Folder 4

Dec 1955

Box 4   Folder 5

1956

Box 4   Folder 6

Jan-Apr 1957

Box 4   Folder 7

May-Jul 1957

Box 4   Folder 8

1958

Box 4   Folder 9

Jan-May 1959

Box 4   Folder 10

Jun-Jul 1959

Box 4   Folder 11

Aug 1959

Box 4   Folder 12

Sep-Dec 1959

Box 4   Folder 13

Jan-Oct 1960

Box 4   Folder 14

Nov-Dec 1960

Box 5   Folder 1

Jan-Feb 1961

Box 5   Folder 2

Mar 1961

Box 5   Folder 3

Apr 1961

Box 5   Folder 4

May 1961

Box 5   Folder 5

Jun-Aug 1961

Box 5   Folder 6

Sep-Dec 1961

Box 5   Folder 7

Jan-Mar 1962

Box 5   Folder 8

Apr-Jun 1962

Box 5   Folder 9

Jul-Sep 1962

Box 5   Folder 10

Oct-Dec 1962

Box 5   Folder 11

Jan-Feb 1963

Box 5   Folder 12

Mar 1963

Box 6   Folder 1

Apr 1963

Box 6   Folder 2

May 1963

Box 6   Folder 3

Jun 1963

Box 6   Folder 4

Jul-Aug 1963

Box 6   Folder 5

Sep-Oct 1963

Box 6   Folder 6

Nov 1963

Box 6   Folder 7

Dec 1963

Box 6   Folder 8

Jan-Feb 1964

Box 6   Folder 9

Mar-May 1964

Box 6   Folder 10

Jun-Aug 1964

Box 6   Folder 11

Sep-Oct 1964

Box 6   Folder 12

Nov-Dec 1964

Box 6   Folder 13

Jan-Feb 1965 (includes 2 undated letters)

Box 6   Folder 14

Mar-Apr. 1965

Box 6   Folder 15

May-Jun 1965

Box 6   Folder 16

Jul-Sep 1965 (no August dates)

Box 6   Folder 17

Oct 1965

Box 7   Folder 1

Nov 1965

Box 7   Folder 2

Dec 1965

Box 7   Folder 3

Jan-Feb 1966

Box 7   Folder 4

Mar-Jun 1966

Box 7   Folder 5

Jul-Sep 1966

Box 7   Folder 6

Oct-Dec 1966

Box 7   Folder 7

Jan-Feb 1967

Box 7   Folder 8

Mar-Jun 1967

Box 7   Folder 9

Jul-Sep 1967

Box 7   Folder 10

Oct-Nov 1967

Box 7   Folder 11

Dec 1967

Box 7   Folder 12

Jan-Feb 1968

Box 7   Folder 13

Mar-Apr 1968

Box 7   Folder 14

May-Aug 1968

Box 7   Folder 15

Sep-Dec 1968

Box 8   Folder 1

Jan-Mar 1969 (includes an undated note)

Box 8   Folder 2

Apr-May 1969

Box 8   Folder 3

Jun-Jul 1969

Box 8   Folder 4

Aug-Dec 1969

Box 8   Folder 5

Jan-Mar 1970

Box 8   Folder 6

Apr-May 1970

Box 8   Folder 7

Jun-Sep 1970

Box 8   Folder 8

Oct-Dec 1970

Box 8   Folder 9

Jan-Jun 1971 (includes some undated letters)

Box 8   Folder 10

Jul-Dec 1971

Box 8   Folder 11

Jan-Apr 1972 (includes some undated letters)

Box 8   Folder 12

May-Dec 1972

Box 9   Folder 1

Jan-Mar 1973 (includes some undated letters)

Box 9   Folder 2

Apr-Aug 1973

Box 9   Folder 3

Sep-Dec 1973

Box 9   Folder 4

Jan-Feb 1974

Box 9   Folder 5

Mar-May 1974

Box 9   Folder 6

Jun-Sep 1974

Box 9   Folder 7

Oct-Dec 1974

Box 9   Folder 8

Jan-Feb 1974

Box 9   Folder 9

Mar-May 1975

Series II: Topical Files-University of Chicago

Box 10   Folder 1

Departmental Correspondence, minutes and notes. 1944-1967

Box 10   Folder 2

Departmental Correspondence, minutes and notes. 1965-1975

Box 10   Folder 3

History Committee December 1933-March 1934

Box 10   Folder 4

Crane Memorandum 1933-1934

Box 10   Folder 5

Curriculum Committee 1942

Box 10   Folder 6

College History Course 1949

Box 10   Folder 7

Report on the State of the Department of History as of January

  • 1973, Text
Box 10   Folder 8

Report on the State of the Department of History as of January

  • 1973, Text. Appendices
Box 10   Folder 9

Report of the Committee to Evaluate the Dept. of History, 1 March

  • 1974
Box 10   Folder 10

Gottschalk Fellowship Committee

Box 10   Folder 11

Hutchinson Fellowship Committee

Box 10   Folder 12

List of U. of C. History Ph.D.’s

Box 10   Folder 13

New Courses in History

Box 10   Folder 14

U. of C. Extension Division; Home Study Syllabus; European

  • History 1789-1914
Box 11   Folder 1

History 1; Readings in Historiography

Box 11   Folder 2

History 1; Readings, Part 1

Box 11   Folder 3

History 1; Readings, Part 1. Part 2

Box 11   Folder 4

History 1; Readings, Part 1. Part 3

Box 11   Folder 5

History 1; Readings, Part 1. Part 4

Box 11   Folder 6

Scammon Case, 1941-1942 (U. of C. Radio Round Table)

Box 11   Folder 7

Senate Memorial, 1944

Box 11   Folder 8

Conference on Military Policy, 1946

Box 11   Folder 9

Miscellaneous correspondence with University officials

Box 11   Folder 10

Lectures given in 1937 by professors of the Social Sciences on the nature of their specialties; Part 1

Box 11   Folder 11

Lectures given in 1937 by professors of the Social Sciences on the nature of their specialties; Part 1. Part 2

Box 11   Folder 12

Lectures given in 1937 by professors of the Social Sciences on the nature of their specialties; Part 1. Part 3

Box 12   Folder 1

C.E. Merriam on Physics and Politics, 1947

Box 12   Folder 2

Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems Organization of a Chicago Group

Box 12   Folder 3

Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. U of C Group, March-May 1943

Box 12   Folder 4

Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. U of C Group, June-Dec. 1943

Box 12   Folder 5

Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Correspondence with Central Committee, March-Dec. 1943

Box 12   Folder 6

Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Correspondence with Central Committee, March-Dec. 1944

Box 12   Folder 7

Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Circulars from Central Committee. News Letters

Box 12   Folder 8

Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Circulars from Central Committee. Summaries of Replies from Cooperating Groups, Problems 1-4, 8-10

Box 12   Folder 9

Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Circulars from Central Committee. Summaries of Replies from Cooperating Groups, Problems 11-20

Box 12   Folder 10

Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Circulars from Central Committee. Analyses of Problems 3-9

Box 12   Folder 11

Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Circulars from Central Committee. Analyses of Problems 10-19

Box 12   Folder 12

Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. International Conciliation publications. Fortune

Box 12   Folder 13

Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Circulars, Correspondence from NWU

Series III: Topical Files-General

Box 13   Folder 1

Biographical Data’ Louis Gottschalk

Box 13   Folder 2

Gottschalk’s early essays

Box 13   Folder 3

Master’s thesis; "The Development of the Republic Idea in Jean

  • Paul Marat"
Box 13   Folder 4

Gottschalk typescript on Marat book, ca. 1927

Box 13   Folder 5

"The Gottschalk Case", Louisville, 1927

Box 13   Folder 6

Assistants

Box 13   Folder 7

Instructions for assistants

Box 13   Folder 8

Costs of research, 1929-1930

Box 13   Folder 9

Costs of research, 1929-1930. 1931

Box 13   Folder 10

Costs of research, 1929-1930. 1931.1932-1935

Box 14   Folder 1

Typescript of R.R. Palmer’s dissertation; "The French Idea of

  • American Independence on the Eve of the French Revolution,"
  • 1934, Part I
Box 14   Folder 2

Typescript of R.R. Palmer’s dissertation; "The French Idea of

  • American Independence on the Eve of the French Revolution,"
  • 1934, Part I. Part II
Box 14   Folder 3

Committee on Social History, 1932-1938

Box 14   Folder 4

Army Air Force Committee of Historians, 1943-1946

Box 14   Folder 5

University of Washington appointment negotiations, 1947-1948.

Box 14   Folder 6

Responses to Understanding History

Box 14   Folder 7

1954-1955 trip to France; Guggenheim and Fulbright awards

Box 14   Folder 8

Carl Becker symposium, 1956

Box 14   Folder 9

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 1957-1958

Box 14   Folder 10

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 1957-1958

  • Biographical data on fellows
Box 14   Folder 11

Strategic Air Command, 1958

Box 14   Folder 12

Festschrift for Gottschalk, 1965

Box 15   Folder 1

American Revolutionary Bicentennial Commission

Box 15   Folder 2

Miscellaneous correspondence with authors

Box 15   Folder 3

Reviews by Gottschalk

Box 15   Folder 4

Random notes on the nature of history

Box 15   Folder 5

Bibliographies arranged by subject

Box 15   Folder 6

Personal finances

Box 15   Folder 7

Correspondence with Donald Lach

Box 15   Folder 8

Social Science Research Council Funds, 1935-1937

Box 15   Folder 9

Social Science Research Council Funds, 1935-1937. 1938-1947

Box 15   Folder 10

Social Science Research Council Funds, 1935-1937. 1941-1945

Box 15   Folder 11

Social Science Research Council Funds, 1935-1937. 1957-1963

Box 15   Folder 12

Social Science Research Council Funds, 1935-1937. 1946-1974

Box 15   Folder 13

Social Science Research Council Funds, 1935-1937. 1964-1970

Box 16   Folder 1

Social Science Research Council Funds, 1971-1975

Box 16   Folder 2

Requisitions

Box 16   Folder 3

Requisitions

Box 16   Folder 4

Requisitions

Box 16   Folder 5

Social Sciences Research Council; Committee on Historiography, 1942-1943

Box 16   Folder 6

Social Sciences Research Council; Committee on Historiography, 1942-1943, 1944

Box 16   Folder 7

Social Sciences Research Council; Committee on Historiography, 1942-1943, 1945-1948

Box 16   Folder 8

"Use of the Personal Document"; Social Science Research Council Bulletin 53, 1940-1945

Box 16   Folder 9

Social Science Research Council; Agenda, Board of Directors’ Meeting, Sept. 11-14, 1955

Box 17   Folder 1

Social Science Research Council; Agenda, Board of Directors’ Meeting, Sept. 10-13, 1956

Box 17   Folder 2

Social Science Research Council miscellaneous, 1956

Box 17   Folder 3

Social Science Research Council miscellaneous, 1956. 1957

Box 17   Folder 4

Agenda, Board of Directors’ Meeting, Sept. 9-12, 1952

Box 17   Folder 5

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1951-1952

Box 17   Folder 6

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1951-1952, 1953

Box 17   Folder 7

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1951-1952, 1954

Box 17   Folder 8

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1951-1952, 1955

Box 17   Folder 9

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1951-1952, 1956

Box 18   Folder 1

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1957.

Box 18   Folder 2

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1957,

  • 1958
Box 18   Folder 3

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1957,

  • 1959
Box 18   Folder 4

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1957, 1960

Box 18   Folder 5

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1957, 1961

Box 18   Folder 6

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1957, 1962

Box 18   Folder 7

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1957, 1963

Box 18   Folder 8

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1957, 1966

Box 18   Folder 9

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1957, 1967

Box 18   Folder 10

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1957, 1968

Box 18   Folder 11

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1957, 1969

Box 18   Folder 12

Scientific and Cultural History of Mankind; Correspondence, 1957, 1970

Box 18   Folder 13

SCHM; Press Notices and Releases

Box 18   Folder 14

General Assembly and Executive Board of UNESCO

Box 18   Folder 15

U.S. National Commission

Box 18   Folder 16

Paris Meeting, 1952.

Box 18   Folder 17

Meeting of Seventh International Congress of History of Science, August, 1953

Box 19   Folder 1

Paris Meeting, 1954

Box 19   Folder 2

Working Papers and Instructions

Box 19   Folder 3

Contract and relevant correspondence

Box 19   Folder 4

Volume IV Associates and Collaborators, 1954

Box 19   Folder 5

Volume IV Associates and Collaborators, 1954. 1955

Box 19   Folder 6

Volume IV Associates and Collaborators, 1954. 1956-1957

Box 19   Folder 7

Tentative Outline and Plan for Vol. IV

Box 19   Folder 8

Tentative Drafts of Introduction, Vol. IV

Box 19   Folder 9

Maps, Illustrations, etc

Box 19   Folder 10

The Journal of World History; Memoranda and Notes

Box 19   Folder 11

The Journal of World History; Memoranda and Notes. Authorities Suggested

Box 19   Folder 12

Journal Correspondence with authors, undated-May 1952

Box 19   Folder 13

June-Dec. 1952

Box 19   Folder 14

1953-1956

Box 20   Folder 1

SCHM; News bulletins, information papers, etc., 1952

Box 20   Folder 2

SCHM; News bulletins, information papers, etc., 1952. 1953

Box 20   Folder 3

SCHM; News bulletins, information papers, etc., 1952. 1954-1955

Box 20   Folder 4

SCHM; News bulletins, information papers, etc., 1952. 1955-1956

Box 20   Folder 5

SCHM; News bulletins, information papers, etc., 1952. 1961-1962

Box 20   Folder 6

SCHM; News bulletins, information papers, etc., 1962-1967

Box 20   Folder 7

American Historical Association, 1956 & previous

Box 20   Folder 8

American Historical Association, 1956 & previous. 1957-1959

Box 20   Folder 9

American Committee for the Study of War Documents, 1956

Box 20   Folder 10

Session on French Revolution, December 30, 1953

Box 20   Folder 11

The American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, 1969

Box 20   Folder 12

The American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, 1969. 1970

Box 21   Folder 1

The American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, 1971

Box 21   Folder 2

The American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, 1971. 1972

Box 21   Folder 3

The American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, 1971. 1973

Box 21   Folder 4

The American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, 1971. 1974

Box 21   Folder 5

The American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, 1971. 1975

Box 21   Folder 6

Lectures Abroad

Box 21   Folder 7

Public Lectures, no date

Box 21   Folder 8

Public Lectures, no date 1928-1937

Box 21   Folder 9

Public Lectures, no date 1932

Box 21   Folder 10

Public Lectures, no date 1937 Social Sciences Lectures-Gottschalk’s

Box 21   Folder 11

The American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, 1971. 1937 Social Sciences Lectures

Box 21   Folder 12

The American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, 1971. 1939-1946

Box 22   Folder 1

Council on Foreign Relations Lectures, 1947

Box 22   Folder 2

Council on Foreign Relations Lectures, 1947

Box 22   Folder 3

Public Lectures, 1947-1957

Box 22   Folder 4

Public Lectures, 1947-1957, 1958-1969

Box 22   Folder 5

Public Lectures, 1947-1957, 1971-1975

Box 22   Folder 6

Bibliography of Gottschalk writings

Box 22   Folder 7

Reprints, no date-1936

Box 22   Folder 8

Reprints, no date-1936. 1938-1939

Box 22   Folder 9

Reprints, no date-1936. 1940

Box 23   Folder 1

Reprints, 1941

Box 23   Folder 2

Reprints, 1941. 1942

Box 23   Folder 3

Reprints, 1941. 1943

Box 23   Folder 4

Reprints, 1941. 1944

Box 23   Folder 5

Reprints, 1941. 1945

Box 23   Folder 6

Reprints, 1941. 1946

Box 23   Folder 7

"Theory and Practice in Historical Study; A Report of the Committee on Historiography," 1946

Box 23   Folder 8

Reprints, 1947

Box 23   Folder 9

Reprints, 1947. 1948

Box 23   Folder 10

"Goals for Jewish Living," Symposium, 1948

Box 23   Folder 11

Reprints, 1949

Box 23   Folder 12

Reprints, 1949. 1950-1951

Box 23   Folder 13

Reprints, 1949. 1952-1954

Box 24   Folder 1

Reprints, 1956

Box 24   Folder 2

Reprints, 1956. 1957

Box 24   Folder 3

Reprints, 1956. 1958-59

Box 24   Folder 4

Reprints, 1961-63

Box 24   Folder 5

Reprints, 1961-63. 1964-67

Box 24   Folder 6

Reprints, 1961-63. 1968-72

Box 24   Folder 7

Reprints, 1961-63. 1973-74

Box 24   Folder 8

Miscellaneous reprints of Gottschalk book reviews, brief articles, etc. (Filed in separate BOX shelved next to BOX 24)

Box 24   Folder 9

Correspondence; University of Chicago Press, 1935-43

Box 24   Folder 10

Correspondence; University of Chicago Press, 1935-43. 1947-67

Box 24   Folder 11

Correspondence; University of Chicago Press, 1935-43. 1968-74

Box 24   Folder 12

Correspondence; Knopf, 1936-49

Box 24   Folder 13

Correspondence; Knopf, 1936-49. 1950-69

Box 25   Folder 1

Correspondence, Scribner’s, 1971-May 1972

Box 25   Folder 2

Correspondence, Scribner’s, 1971-May 1972. June 1972-1974

Box 25   Folder 3

Correspondence in re Letters of Lafayette to Washington, 1969-74 (second edition)

Box 25   Folder 4

Correspondence in re Letters of Lafayette to Washington, 1969-74 (second edition). 1934-48 (first edition)

Box 25   Folder 5

Drafts of Letters of Lafayette to Washington (LOLTW)

Box 25   Folder 6

Drafts of Letters of Lafayette to Washington (LOLTW)

Box 25   Folder 7

LOLTW, photostats and transcriptions

Box 25   Folder 8

LOLTW, photostats and transcriptions

Box 25   Folder 9

Correspondence, Scot, Foresman % Co

Box 25   Folder 10

Miscellaneous publishers and editors, 1931-34

Box 25   Folder 11

Miscellaneous publishers and editors, 1931-34. 1935-58

Box 25   Folder 12

Miscellaneous publishers and editors, 1931-34. 1960-74

Box 26   Folder 1

Board of Jewish Education, 1940-April 1942

Box 26   Folder 2

Board of Jewish Education, 1940-April 1942. May-Sept. 1942

Box 26   Folder 3

Board of Jewish Education, 1940-April 1942. Oct.-Dec. 1942

Box 26   Folder 4

Board of Jewish Education, 1940-April 1942. Undated (1943?)

Box 26   Folder 5

Board of Jewish Education, 1940-April 1942. April-Dec. 1943

Box 26   Folder 6

Board of Jewish Education, 1940-April 1942. 1944

Box 26   Folder 7

Board of Jewish Education, 1940-April 1942. Undated-April 1945

Box 26   Folder 8

Board of Jewish Education, 1940-April 1942. May-Dec. 1945

Box 26   Folder 9

Board of Jewish Education, 1940-April 1942. 1946

Box 27   Folder 1

College of Jewish Studies, undated-1944

Box 27   Folder 2

College of Jewish Studies, undated-1944. 1945-47

Box 27   Folder 3

Report on a conference on the Jewish Experience in America, May 1948

Box 27   Folder 4

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1964-Feb. 1965

Box 27   Folder 5

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1964-Feb. 1965. March-April 1965

Box 27   Folder 6

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1964-Feb. 1965. May-Sept. 1965

Box 27   Folder 7

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1964-Feb. 1965. Oct. 1955

Box 27   Folder 8

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1964-Feb. 1965. Nov-Dec. 1965

Box 27   Folder 9

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1964-Feb. 1965. Dec. 1966-Jan. 1967

Box 27   Folder 10

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1964-Feb. 1965. Feb.-March 1967

Box 27   Folder 11

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1964-Feb. 1965. June-July 1967

Box 27   Folder 12

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1964-Feb. 1965. Aug.-Oct. 1967

Box 28   Folder 1

B’nai B’rith, Nov.-Dec. 1967

Box 28   Folder 2

B’nai B’rith, Nov.-Dec. 1967. April-Aug. 1968

Box 28   Folder 3

B’nai B’rith, Nov.-Dec. 1967. Sept. 1968

Box 28   Folder 4

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1968

Box 28   Folder 5

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1968. Nov.-Dec. 1968

Box 28   Folder 6

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1968. Jan.-March 1969

Box 28   Folder 7

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1968. April-Sept. 1969

Box 28   Folder 8

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1968. Jan.-May 1970

Box 28   Folder 9

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1968. June-Sept. 1970

Box 28   Folder 10

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1968. March-May 1971

Box 28   Folder 11

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1968. June-Dec. 1971

Box 28   Folder 12

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1968. 1972

Box 28   Folder 13

B’nai B’rith, Oct. 1968. 1973

Box 28   Folder 14

Annual Meeting of B’nai B’rith Hillel Commission; Washington, D.C., Nov. 22-23, 1959

Box 28   Folder 15

Miscellaneous Reports, 1963-1967

Box 29   Folder 1

B’nai B’rith Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., March 4-6, 1967

Box 29   Folder 2

Minutes of Board of Governors; N.Y., March 16-19, 1967

Box 29   Folder 3

Surveys, 1967

Box 29   Folder 4

Minutes B’nai B’rith Administrative Committee, Washington, D.C., Aug. 26-27, 1967

Box 29   Folder 5

Resolution and budgets, Oct. 1967

Box 29   Folder 6

Budget, Oct., 1967

Box 29   Folder 7

Agenda Book, Washington, D.C., Oct. 28-30, 1967

Box 29   Folder 8

Budget, Washington, D.C., Oct. 28-30, 1967

Box 29   Folder 9

Minutes, Washington, D.C., Dec. 2-4, 1967

Box 29   Folder 10

Budget, Washington, D.C, Dec. 2-4, 1967

Box 29   Folder 11

Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., Jan. 6-8, 1968

Box 30   Folder 1

Minutes, Washington, D.C., May 11-13, 1968

Box 30   Folder 2

Budget, Nov. 2-4, 1968

Box 30   Folder 3

Budget, Nov. 2-4, 1969

Box 30   Folder 4

Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., Mar. 8-11, 1969

Box 30   Folder 5

Budget, October 1969

Box 30   Folder 6

Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 1969

Box 30   Folder 7

Budget, Dec., 1971

Box 30   Folder 8

Weil Institute Executive Committee 1970-1974; Miscellaneous

Series IV: Student Papers

Box 31   Folder 1

Student Files, Ac-As

  • Acomb, Frances
  • Adams, F. G. W.
  • Anderle, Josef
  • Asch, Walter B.
  • Ashton, John
Box 31   Folder 2

Student Files, Ba-Bu

  • Bailey, Charles R.
  • Behen, David M.
  • Behen, Dorothy Forbis
  • Berwick, Keith B.
  • Binyon, Millard Pierce
  • Buck, Stratton
  • Berks, Richard
Box 31   Folder 3

Student Files, Ca-Car

  • Cappadocia, Ezio
  • Carey, Raymond G.
  • Carlson, Leland H.
  • Carson, George Barr Jr.
Box 31   Folder 4

Student Files, Cat-Co

  • Cate, J. L.
  • Cates, Jane Lohrer
  • Cayley, Charles Everett
  • Centner, Charles W. Jr.
  • Chada
  • Cook, Lester
  • Couse, G. S.
Box 31   Folder 5

Student Files Dan-Dav

  • Daniel, Marjorie
  • Davis, Florence
  • Davis, John H.
Box 31   Folder 6

Student Files, Den-Dun

  • Denney, Emilie Sumi
  • Destler, Chester McA.
  • Doyle, Bertram W.
  • Drzewieniecki, Walter M.
  • Dunn, F. R.
  • Dunnington
Box 31   Folder 7

Student Files, Ea-Fu

  • Easterby, J. H.
  • Esterquest, Frank L.
  • Fagg
  • Fajn, Max
  • Funk, Arthur L.
Box 31   Folder 8

Student Files, Go-Gr

  • Godfrey, Eleanor Smith
  • Godfrey, James L.
  • Gould, Stanton W.
  • Grathwol, Robert
  • Green, Philip Jackson
  • Gross, Hanns
Box 31   Folder 9

Student Files, Ha-Hau

  • Haas, Arthur G.
  • Hall, Thomas R.
  • Halperin, Samuel William
  • Harcave, Sidney Samuel
  • Harr, John Lauren
  • Haugh, C.
Box 31   Folder 10

Student Files, He-Hu

  • Herr, Richard
  • Hirsch, Helmut
  • Hirschfield, John M.
  • Hoffmann, John Wesley
  • Hotchkiss
  • Howe, L. L.
  • Hudson, Harris Gary
Box 31   Folder 11

Student Files, I-Jo

  • Iggers, Georg G.
  • Jackson, Luther Porter
  • Jefferson, Alfred Carter
  • Jensen, Christian A. E.
  • Johnson, Gustav Elwood
  • Johnson, Thomas Walter
Box 31   Folder 12

Student Files, Ka-Ko

  • Kaminsky, Howard
  • Kelly, Alfred H.
  • Kennedy, Melvin
  • King, Arnold Kimsey
  • Kovacs, A. F.
Box 31   Folder 13

Student Files, La-Lev

  • Lach, Donald F.
  • Ladenson, Alex
  • Leaman
  • Lee, Ulysses G.
  • Levett, Ella Pettie
Box 31   Folder 14

Student Files, Lew-Ly

  • Lewalski, Kenneth F.
  • Lingard, C. Cecil
  • Lucki
  • Lyon, E. Wilson
Box 31   Folder 15

Student Files, Mac-Mo

  • MacDonald, Janet
  • McGee, Gale William
  • McNeil, Gordon H.
  • Maehl, William Harvey
  • Mohler, Samuel L.
Box 32   Folder 1

Neil, William M.

  • Newman, Edgar
  • Students’ Papers
Box 32   Folder 2

Pacheco, J. F.

  • Padover, Saul K.
  • Palmer
  • Palmer, E. Schuyler
  • Parker, Harold T.
  • Peck, George T.
  • Penner
Box 32   Folder 3

Student Files, Ph-Pu

  • Philip, W. B.
  • Philips, R. Craig
  • Popper, Annie Marie
  • Puzzo, Dante Anthony
Box 32   Folder 4

Student Files, Re-Ro

  • Read, James Morgan
  • Riches, Naomi
  • Ricks, Joel Edward
  • Rockwood, Raymond C.
  • Ross, James Bruce
Box 32   Folder 5

Student Files, Sa-St

  • Sanger, Donald Bridgman
  • Sarkisyanz, Emanuel
  • Savage, William R.
  • Schoenrich, Carlos O.
  • Scoville
  • Slovin, Norval L.
  • Smith, Charlotte Watkins
  • Sparks, David S.
  • Strevey, Tracy Elmer
Box 32   Folder 6

Student Files, Ta-Ti

  • Tannenbaum, Edward Robert
  • Thatcher, Harold W.
  • Thomas, Franklin V.
  • Tihany, Leslie C.
Box 32   Folder 7

Student Files, Wa-We

  • Waldo, Gary
  • Warth, Robert D.
  • Watson, David S.
  • Webb, Norris K.
  • Webster, T. S.
  • Weintraub, Karl Joachim
  • Werlin, Joseph Sidney
Box 32   Folder 8

Student Files, Wi-Y

  • Williams, Russell
  • Williston, Frank G.
  • Wolfson, Philip J.
  • Young, Anne P.
Box 32   Folder 9

Lafayette Term Papers

  • Notes on paper on Lafayette
Box 32   Folder 10

Lafayette Term Papers

  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous
Box 32   Folder 11

Acomb, Frances

  • Amann, Peter
  • Apt, Leon
Box 32   Folder 12

Bailey, Charles R.

  • Barnard, Jack
  • Boyd, Julian P.
  • Burks, K. Moser-3
Box 32   Folder 13

Calkins, Kenneth

  • Carey, Raymond G.
  • Cates, William H.
  • Centner, Charles W.-2
  • Curtis, Eugene N.
Box 32   Folder 14

Fagg, John

  • Featherstonhaugh, Arthur C.
  • Fietze, Ella
Box 32   Folder 15

Ford

  • Ford, Richard
  • Freyham
Box 32   Folder 16

Glazier, Ira A.

  • Godfrey, Eleanor E. Smith-2
  • Goodman, Gordon L.
Box 33   Folder 1

Horning, Carol

  • Isherwood, Robert M.
  • Jefferson, Carter-2
  • Kessler, Larry
Box 33   Folder 2

Lach, Donald-2

  • Lansing, Augusta
  • Logue, William
  • Lyon, E. Wilson
Box 33   Folder 3

McNeil, G.

  • Mears, John
  • Morning, Carol
  • Moser, Margaret
  • Nechelas, Ruth F.
Box 33   Folder 4

Parry, Albert

  • Philips, Craig-2
  • Pircher, Frances-2
  • Students’ Paper
Box 33   Folder 5

Smith, Catherine Haugh-2

  • Spencer, Frank-3
  • Stewart, Gordon
Box 33   Folder 6

Thomas, Franklin V.

  • Thomas, Hester Ann
  • Vernon, H.A.
Box 33   Folder 7

Weintraub, K. J.-7

Box 33   Folder 8

Williams, Patrick A.

  • Wilson, John H.
Box 33   Folder 9

Student Files, History 408/50, Al-Ar

  • Alfonso, Oscar M.
  • Apt, Leon
  • Armerding, Hudson T.
Box 33   Folder 10

Student Files, History 408/50, Ar-As

  • Arnold, Doan F.
  • Asch, Walter
  • Ashton, John
Box 33   Folder 11

Student Files, History 408/50, Be-Bo

  • Benkoil, Mair J.
  • Bone, Christopher
  • Borzo, Henry
Box 33   Folder 12

Student Files, History 408/50, Cal-Cap

  • Calinger, Ronald
  • Calkins, Kenneth
  • Cappadacia, E.
Box 34   Folder 1

Student Files, History 408/50, Ch

  • Chapin, W.
  • Chen, Min-sun
Box 34   Folder 2

Student Files, History 408/50, Co-Cu

  • Couse, Frances S.
  • Connell, Sr; Marie Joan
  • Curry, George
Box 34   Folder 3

Student Files, History 408/50, Da

  • Dannenfeldt, Karl H.
  • Davies, David R.
  • Dawson, Charles H.
Box 34   Folder 4

Student Files, History 408/50, Du

  • Duncan, T. Bentley
  • Dunlap, Neil Butler
Box 34   Folder 5

Student Files, History 408/50, Fa-Fea

  • Fajn, Max
  • Featherstirchaugh, Arthur C.
Box 34   Folder 6

Student Files, History 408/50, Fe-Fu

  • Fennell, Josephine
  • Friend, Julius W.
  • Fulkerson, Stephen
Box 34   Folder 7

Student Files, History 408/50, Ga-Gl

  • Gasman, Daniel
  • Glagov, Sylvia
Box 34   Folder 8

Student Files, History 408/50, Go

  • Goldstein, Morton E.
  • Gould, S. W.
Box 34   Folder 9

Student Files, History 408/50, Ha-He

  • Haas, Arthur G.
  • Hanser
  • Herr, Richard
Box 34   Folder 10

Student Files, History 408/50, Hi-I

  • Himmelfarb, Gertrude
  • Isherwood, Robert
Box 34   Folder 11

Student Files, History 408/50, J-Ku

  • Jefferson, Carter
  • Klein, Martin
  • Kutolowski, John F.
Box 34   Folder 12

Student Files, History 408/50, La-Leo

  • Labelle, Dale
  • Leonard, Tamis W.
Box 35   Folder 1

Student Files, History 408/50, Lew-Lo

  • Lewalski, Kenneth F.
  • Loenenfeld, Eva
  • Logue, William
Box 35   Folder 2

Student Files, History 408/50, Ma-Mee

  • Maddox, Margaret
  • Meehl, William
Box 35   Folder 3

Student Files, History 408/50, Men-Ph

  • Mendelson, Saul
  • Philips, Craig
Box 35   Folder 4

Student Files, History 408/50, Ra-Rea

  • Rapoport, Marie
  • Rearick, C.
Box 35   Folder 5

Student Files, History 408/50, Ren-Ro

  • Renaldo, John J.
  • Roth, Jack J.
Box 35   Folder 6

Student Files, History 408/50, Sch

  • Schmidt, R. J.
  • Schmitt, Haus A.
  • Schroeder, Richard
Box 35   Folder 7

Student Files, History 408/50, Si-Sp

  • Simons, Richard B.
  • Simonson, David
  • Spiegel, Paul M.
Box 35   Folder 8

Student Files, History 408/50, St-Sw

  • Stevenson, Thomas H.
  • Stone, Bernard B.
  • Swecker, Zoe
Box 35   Folder 9

Student Files, History 408/50, Ta-Va

  • Tannanbaum
  • Trostle, Robert R.
  • Van Kley, E.
  • Varga, Botand
Box 35   Folder 10

Student Files, History 408/50, Wa-Weber

  • Warth, Robert D.
  • Webb, Morris K.
  • Weber, William
Box 35   Folder 11

Student Files, History 408/50, Webster-Wilson

  • Webster, T. S.
  • Weiss, Stuart
  • White, Bob
  • Wilson, John H.
Box 35   Folder 12

Student Files, History 408/50, Wilson-Wind

  • Wilson, Prince E.
  • Windhausen, John
Box 36   Folder 1

Student Files, History 408/50, Wood-Young

  • Woodward, M.
  • Young, Anne
Box 36   Folder 2

History 408/508 universal history approach, Ap-Ba

  • Appel, David N.
  • Bailey, Charles R.
  • Bailey, Stephen
  • Barbagallo, Carrado
Box 36   Folder 3

History 408/508 universal history approach, Fi-Gr

  • Fisch, Gerald M.
  • Grathwol, Robert
  • Gross, Hanns
Box 36   Folder 4

History 408/508 universal history approach, Ho-Mears

  • Holmes, Oliver
  • Kern, Paul
  • Mears, John
Box 36   Folder 5

History 408/508 universal history approach, Mer-On

  • Mershart, Ronald V.
  • Moorhus, Roger
  • Onwumelu, John
Box 36   Folder 6

History 408/508 universal history approach, Sl-Wa

  • Slavenas, Julius P.
  • Stevens, Eric T.
  • Thomas, Donald
  • Waldo, Gary
Box 36   Folder 7

Miscellaneous Courses, Student Work, An-Bl

  • Annes, Raymond P.
  • Alexander, Roberta Sue
  • Beatty, E. C. O.
  • Blackwood, George D.
Box 36   Folder 8

Miscellaneous Courses, Student Work, Carey

  • Carey, Raymond G.
Box 36   Folder 9

Miscellaneous Courses, Student Work, Cate-Fain

  • Cate, James Lea
  • Cates, Jane Lohrer
  • Cronk, Antoinette
  • Fajn, Max
Box 36   Folder 10

Miscellaneous Courses, Student Work, Gh-Ly

  • Ghobar, Ash
  • Hartshorne, E. Y. Jr.
  • Himmelfarb, Gertrude
  • Kreiser, B. R.
  • Lehman, Warren W.
  • Lyon, E. Wilson
Box 36   Folder 11

Miscellaneous Courses, Student Work, Mc-Mo

  • McFadyen, Christiana
  • Meade
  • Mershart, Ronald V.
  • Morgan, Victor
Box 37   Folder 1

Miscellaneous Courses, Student Work, N-R

  • Newman, Edgar
  • Padover, Saul K.
  • Puzzo, Dante A.
  • Ross, James Bruce
Box 37   Folder 2

Miscellaneous Courses, Student Work, Sa-Si

  • Santillaner, George
  • Schmidt, Royal J.
  • Schuster, E. M.
  • Sipek, George-2
Box 37   Folder 3

Miscellaneous Courses, Student Work, Sl-Su

  • Slusser, Robert
  • Smedley, Katherine
  • Summer, Imogene-2
Box 37   Folder 4

Miscellaneous Courses, Student Work, Th-Wy

  • Thomas, Franklin V.
  • Welsh, James
  • Wrinkler, Henry R.
  • Wycott, J. Earle
Box 37   Folder 5

Bibliographies by Students, A-B

Box 37   Folder 6

Bibliographies by Students, C-E

Box 37   Folder 7

Bibliographies by Students, F-H

Box 37   Folder 8

Bibliographies by Students, I-M

Box 37   Folder 9

Bibliographies by Students, N-R

Box 37   Folder 10

Bibliographies by Students, S-Z

Box 38   Folder 1

Donald B. Sanger, "An Introduction to the Military History of the United States."

Box 38   Folder 2

Donald B.

Series V: Lafayette Studies, Correspondence

Box 38   Folder 3

Owners of Lafayette materials. 1930-40. A-E

Box 38   Folder 4

Owners of Lafayette materials. F-G

Box 38   Folder 5

Owners of Lafayette materials. H-J

Box 38   Folder 6

Owners of Lafayette materials. K-M

Box 38   Folder 7

Owners of Lafayette materials. N-R

Box 38   Folder 8

Owners of Lafayette materials. S-Z

Box 38   Folder 9

Owners of Lafayette materials. 1941-42

Box 38   Folder 10

Owners of Lafayette materials. 1943-46

Box 38   Folder 11

Owners of Lafayette materials. 1947-73

Box 39   Folder 1

Dealers in America and England

Box 39   Folder 2

Dealers in America and England

Box 39   Folder 3

Dealers in France, 1930-34

Box 39   Folder 4

Dealers in France, 1930-34

Box 39   Folder 5

Comte de Chambrun

Box 39   Folder 6

John F. Gough, 1940

Box 39   Folder 7

John F. 1940. 1940-45

Box 39   Folder 8

John F. 1946

Box 39   Folder 9

Stuart W. Jackson, September-December, 1930

Box 39   Folder 10

Stuart W. April-July, 1931

Box 39   Folder 11

Stuart W. August-December, 1931

Box 39   Folder 12

Stuart W. January-April, 1932

Box 39   Folder 13

Stuart W. May-July, 1932

Box 39   Folder 14

Stuart W. August-December, 1932

Box 40   Folder 1

Stuart W. Jackson, 1933

Box 40   Folder 2

Stuart W. 1933. Jan-Apr, 1934

Box 40   Folder 3

Stuart W. 1933. May-Dec, 1934

Box 40   Folder 4

Stuart W. 1933. Jan-Jul, 1935

Box 40   Folder 5

Stuart W. 1933. Aug-Dec, 1935

Box 40   Folder 6

Stuart W. 1933. Jan-Jun, 1936

Box 40   Folder 7

Stuart W. 1933. Jul-Dec, 1936

Box 40   Folder 8

Stuart W. 1933. Jan-Jun, 1937

Box 40   Folder 9

Stuart W. 1933. Jul-Dec, 1937

Box 40   Folder 10

Stuart W. 1933. Jan-May, 1938

Box 40   Folder 11

Stuart W. 1933. Jun-Dec, 1938

Box 40   Folder 12

Stuart W. 1933. 1939

Box 40   Folder 13

Stuart W. 1933. Jan-Jul, 1940

Box 40   Folder 14

Stuart W. 1933. Aug-Dec, 1940

Box 40   Folder 15

Stuart W. 1933. 1941

Box 40   Folder 16

Stuart W. 1933. 1942

Box 40   Folder 17

Stuart W. 1933. 1943-45

Box 41   Folder 1

Stuart W. Jackson, 1946-47

Box 41   Folder 2

Stuart W. 1946-47, 1948

Box 41   Folder 3

Stuart W.1946-47, 1950-57

Box 41   Folder 4

Walter P. Gardner, Oct. 1930-31

Box 41   Folder 5

Walter P. Jan-Sep, 1932

Box 41   Folder 6

Walter P. Oct-Dec, 1932

Box 41   Folder 7

Walter P. 1933

Box 41   Folder 8

Walter P. 1934

Box 41   Folder 9

Walter P. Gardner, 1935

Box 41   Folder 10

Walter P. 1936

Box 41   Folder 11

Walter P. 1937

Box 41   Folder 12

Other Lafayette amateurs, 1930-38, A-M

Box 41   Folder 13

Other Lafayette amateurs, N-Z

Box 41   Folder 14

Other Lafayette amateurs, 1939-49

Box 41   Folder 15

Other Lafayette amateurs, 1950-56

Box 41   Folder 16

Other Lafayette amateurs, 1957-64

Box 42   Folder 1

Other Lafayette amateurs, 1965-75

Box 42   Folder 2

Minutes of the Second Bureau of the Assembly of Notables,

  • February 24-March 6, 1787
Box 42   Folder 3

Index of Ball Collection (microfilms in Series X)

Box 42   Folder 4

Bonaventure Collection

Box 42   Folder 5

Gottschalk’s notes on Bouille’s letters to Lafayette, nos. 21-31

Box 42   Folder 6

Office of M. le Comte Rene de Chambrun, July 1971

Box 42   Folder 7

Mimeographed catalogue...Drouot...1956

Box 42   Folder 8

Notes on Espinchal taken by Mile. Yacoels

Box 42   Folder 9

Catalogues of the Fabius Collection by G. W. Pierson and H. C. Rice

Box 42   Folder 10

French newspapers

Box 42   Folder 11

La Grange Collection-1956 clippings

Box 42   Folder 12

Newberry Library-list of Lafayette pamphlets

Box 42   Folder 13

Theodore E. Norton (Lafayette College and Friends of Lafayette)

Box 42   Folder 14

Observations du General Lafayette

Box 42   Folder 15

Translations of the Tougard letters in possession of Dr. Frederick

  • Prime (131 E. 66th St., N.Y.C.)
Box 42   Folder 16

Archives-United States

Box 42   Folder 17

Library of Congress, Archives of War Department, 1930-34

Box 42   Folder 18

Library of Congress and National Archives

Box 42   Folder 19

Library of Congress and National Archives

Box 43   Folder 1

Government documents

Box 43   Folder 2

Masons and Masonic organizations

Box 43   Folder 3-7

Historical societies

Box 43   Folder 8

Libraries and museums

Box 43   Folder 9

State and public libraries (non-university), 1935-43

Box 43   Folder 10

State and public libraries (non-university), 1945-67

Box 43   Folder 11

Foreign libraries and archives, 1929-32

Box 43   Folder 12

Foreign libraries and archives, 1933-61

Box 43   Folder 13

State and public universities and colleges, 1930-34

Box 43   Folder 14

University and college libraries, 1935-45

Box 44   Folder 1

University and college libraries, 1946-60

Box 44   Folder 2

University and college libraries, 1961-74

Box 44   Folder 3

Libraries and librarians-miscellaneous, 1930-35

Box 44   Folder 4

Libraries and librarians-miscellaneous, 1936-40

Box 44   Folder 5

Library lists of Lafayette material, Part I

Box 44   Folder 6

Library lists of Lafayette material, Part II

Box 44   Folder 7

Miscellaneous correspondence in re Lafayette material

Box 44   Folder 8-9

Follow-up letters

Box 45   Folder 1

American Friends of Lafayette,. 1931-32

Box 45   Folder 2

American Friends of Lafayette,. 1933

Box 45   Folder 3

American Friends of Lafayette,. 1934-39

Box 45   Folder 4

American Friends of Lafayette,. 1960-73; programs and pamphlets, 1938-40

Box 45   Folder 5-6

American Friends of Lafayette

Box 45   Folder 7

Reviews; Lafayette Studies

Box 45   Folder 8

A survey of published Lafayette letters

Box 45   Folder 9

Lafayette Bicentennial

Box 46   Folder 1

Bicentennial Lafayette clippings, Part I

Box 46   Folder 2

Bicentennial Lafayette clippings, Part II

Box 46   Folder 3

Newspaper clippings on Lafayette, Part I

Box 46   Folder 4

Newspaper clippings on Lafayette, Part II

Box 46   Folder 5

Newspaper clippings on Lafayette, Part III

Box 46   Folder 6

Newspaper clippings on Lafayette, Part IV

Box 46   Folder 7

Photographs, etc. Part I

Box 46   Folder 8

Photographs, etc. Part II

Box 46   Folder 9

Cornell Lafayette Papers Project, 1970; exhibit publications on Lafayette by Cornell

Box 46   Folder 10

Cornell Lafayette Papers Project, 1971

Box 46   Folder 11

Cornell Lafayette Papers Project, January-May 1972

Box 47   Folder 1

Cornell Lafayette Papers Project, June-December 1972

Box 47   Folder 2

Cornell Lafayette Papers Project, January-June 1973

Box 47   Folder 3

Cornell Lafayette Papers Project, July-December 1973

Box 47   Folder 4

Cornell Lafayette Papers Project, January-April 1974

Box 47   Folder 5

Cornell Lafayette Papers Project, May-December, 1947

Box 47   Folder 6

Cornell Lafayette Papers Project, 1975

Box 47   Folder 7

Guide manuscript; chronological outline of Lafayette’s career (Cornell project)

Box 47   Folder 8

Guide manuscript

Box 47   Folder 9

Miscellaneous parts of Guide

Box 47a   Folder 1

Oversize material related to Professor Gottschalk’s research on Lafayette Includes genealogies of Lafayette. as well as six broadsides privately printed by Erich O’D. Taylor, entitled Campaign on Rhode Island MDCCLXXVIII

Series VI: Photostats

Box 48   Folder 1

Duplicates. Through 1782

Box 48   Folder 2

Duplicates. 1783-99

Box 48   Folder 3

Duplicates. 1800-25

Box 48   Folder 4

Duplicates. 1826-death of Lafayette

Box 48   Folder 5

Uncertain date Filed under proper names, addresses, etc. A-G

Box 48   Folder 6

Uncertain date Filed under proper names, addresses, etc. H-W

Box 48   Folder 7

Uncertain date Arranged according to days of week or month

Box 48   Folder 8

Photostats up to and including February 1777

Box 48   Folder 9

March 1777-September 1777

Box 48   Folder 10

Oct-Dec 1777

Box 48   Folder 11

January 1778

Box 48   Folder 12

February 1778

Box 49   Folder 1

March 1778

Box 49   Folder 2

April 1778

Box 49   Folder 3

May 1778

Box 49   Folder 4

June 1778

Box 49   Folder 5

July 1778

Box 49   Folder 6

Aug-Oct 1778

Box 49   Folder 7

Nov-Dec 1778

Box 49   Folder 8

Jan-Feb and uncertain date, 1779

Box 49   Folder 9

Mar-Apr 1779

Box 49   Folder 10

May-Jun 1779

Box 49   Folder 11

Jul-Aug 1779

Box 49   Folder 12

Sep-Oct 1779

Box 49   Folder 13

Nov-Dec 1779

Box 50   Folder 1

Jan-Feb and uncertain date, 1780

Box 50   Folder 2

Mar-Apr 1780

Box 50   Folder 3

May 1780

Box 50   Folder 4

June 1780

Box 50   Folder 5

July 1780

Box 50   Folder 6

August 1780

Box 50   Folder 7

Sep-Oct and uncertain date, 1780

Box 50   Folder 8

November 1780

Box 50   Folder 9

December 1780

Box 50   Folder 10

January 1781

Box 50   Folder 11

February 1781

Box 50   Folder 12

March 1-15, 1781

Box 50   Folder 13

March 16-31, 1781

Box 51   Folder 1

April 1-15, 1781

Box 51   Folder 2

April 16-30, 1781

Box 51   Folder 3

May 1-10, 1781

Box 51   Folder 4

May 11-20, 1781

Box 51   Folder 5

May 21-25, 1781

Box 51   Folder 6

May 26-31, 1781

Box 51   Folder 7

June 1-10, 1781

Box 51   Folder 8

June 11-20, 1781

Box 51   Folder 9

June 21-30, 1781

Box 51   Folder 10

July 1-10, 1781

Box 51   Folder 11

July 11-20, 1781

Box 52   Folder 1

July 21-25, 1781

Box 52   Folder 2

July 26-31, 1781

Box 52   Folder 3

August 1-10, 1781

Box 52   Folder 4

August 11-20, 1781

Box 52   Folder 5

August 21-31, 1781

Box 52   Folder 6

September 1781

Box 52   Folder 7

October 1781

Box 52   Folder 8

November 1781

Box 52   Folder 9

December 1781

Box 53   Folder 1

January 1782 and uncertain date

Box 53   Folder 2

Feb-Mar 1782

Box 53   Folder 3

Apr-May 1782

Box 53   Folder 4

June 1782

Box 53   Folder 5

September 1782

Box 53   Folder 6

Oct-Dec 1782

Box 53   Folder 7

Jan-Feb 1783 and uncertain date

Box 53   Folder 8

Mar-Jun 1783

Box 53   Folder 9

Sep-Oct 1783

Box 53   Folder 10

Nov-Dec 1783

Box 53   Folder 11

Jan-May 1784

Box 53   Folder 12

Jun-Sep 1784

Box 53   Folder 13

Oct-Dec 1784

Box 54   Folder 1

Jan-Mar 1785

Box 54   Folder 2

Apr-May 1785

Box 54   Folder 3

Jun-Sep. 1, 1785

Box 54   Folder 4

Sep-Dec 1785

Box 54   Folder 5

Jan-Feb 1786

Box 54   Folder 6

Mar-June 1786

Box 54   Folder 7

Jul-Dec 1786

Box 54   Folder 8

Jan-Mar 1787

Box 54   Folder 9

Apr-Jun 1787

Box 54   Folder 10

Jul-Sep 1787

Box 54   Folder 11

Oct-Dec 1787

Box 54   Folder 12

Jan-Mar 1788

Box 54   Folder 13

Apr-Dec 1788

Box 54   Folder 14

Lafayette Emigre-Renseignements sur les creances de le Clerc-dont le titre est encroye a 1’agence. November 1788-29 August 1792

Box 55   Folder 1

Proces Vesbaldu Comite Militaire, Part I

Box 55   Folder 2

Proces Vesbaldu Comite Militaire, Part II

Box 55   Folder 3

Proces Vesbaldu Comite Militaire, Part III

Box 55   Folder 4

Jan-Jun 1789

Box 55   Folder 5

July 1789

Box 55   Folder 6

Aug-Sep 1789

Box 55   Folder 7

October 1789

Box 55   Folder 8

Nov-Dec 1789

Box 55   Folder 9

Jan-May 1790

Box 55   Folder 10

Jun-Aug 1790

Box 55   Folder 11

Sep-Dec 1790

Box 56   Folder 1

Jan-May 1791

Box 56   Folder 2

Jun-Aug 1791

Box 56   Folder 3

Sep-Dec 1791

Box 56   Folder 4

January 1-17, 1792

Box 56   Folder 5

January 18-31, 1792

Box 56   Folder 6

February 1792

Box 56   Folder 7

Mar-Apr 1792

Box 56   Folder 8

May-Jul 1792

Box 56   Folder 9

August 1792

Box 56   Folder 10

Sep-Dec 1792

Box 57   Folder 1

Jan-Jun 1793

Box 57   Folder 2

Copy of Memoires de LaFayette from Papers of Library of Congress [?], June 20, 1793

Box 57   Folder 3

Jul-Dec 1793

Box 57   Folder 4

Jan-Jun 1794

Box 57   Folder 5

Jul-Dec 1794

Box 57   Folder 6

Jan-Dec 1795

Box 57   Folder 7

Jan-Apr 1796

Box 57   Folder 8

May-Dec 1796

Box 57   Folder 9

Jan-Jun 1797

Box 57   Folder 10

Jul-Nov 1797

Box 57   Folder 11

December 1797

Box 57   Folder 12

Jan-Jun 1798

Box 57   Folder 13

Jul-Dec 1798

Box 58   Folder 1

January 1799

Box 58   Folder 2

Feb-Jun 1799

Box 58   Folder 3

Jul-Aug 1799

Box 58   Folder 4

Sep-Dec 1799

Box 58   Folder 5

Jan-Dec 1800

Box 58   Folder 6

Jan-Dec 1801

Box 58   Folder 7

Jan-Dec 1802

Box 58   Folder 8

Jan-Jun 1803

Box 58   Folder 9

Jul-Dec 1803

Box 58   Folder 10

Jan-Jun 1804

Box 58   Folder 11

Jul-Dec 1804

Box 58   Folder 12

Jan-Jun 1805

Box 58   Folder 13

Jul-Dec 1805

Box 58   Folder 14

Jan-Dec 1806

Box 58   Folder 15

Jan-Dec 1807

Box 58   Folder 16

1808-1809

Box 59   Folder 1

Jan-Dec 1810

Box 59   Folder 2

Jan-Dec 1811

Box 59   Folder 3

Jan-Jun 1812

Box 59   Folder 4

Jul-Dec 1812

Box 59   Folder 5

Jan-Dec 1813

Box 59   Folder 6

Jan-Jun 1814

Box 59   Folder 7

Jul-Dec 1814

Box 59   Folder 8

Jan-Dec 1815

Box 59   Folder 9

Jan-Dec 1816

Box 59   Folder 10

Jan-Dec 1817

Box 59   Folder 11

Jan-Dec 1818

Box 59   Folder 12

Jan-Dec 1819

Box 59   Folder 13

Jan-Dec 1820

Box 59   Folder 14

Jan-Dec 1821

Box 60   Folder 1

Jan-Dec 1822

Box 60   Folder 2

Jan-Dec 1823

Box 60   Folder 3

Jan-Jul 1824

Box 60   Folder 4

Aug-Sep 1824

Box 60   Folder 5

Oct-Dec 1824

Box 60   Folder 6

Jan-Feb 1825

Box 60   Folder 7

Mar-Jun 1825

Box 60   Folder 8

Jul-Aug 1825

Box 60   Folder 9

Sep-Dec 1825

Box 60   Folder 10

American Farmer 1826-1833

Box 60   Folder 11

January 1826

Box 61   Folder 1

Feb-Jun 1826

Box 61   Folder 2

Jul-Sep 1826

Box 61   Folder 3

Oct-Dec 1826

Box 61   Folder 4

Jan-Jun 1827

Box 61   Folder 5

Jul-Dec 1827

Box 61   Folder 6

Jan-Mar 1828

Box 61   Folder 7

Apr-Aug 1828

Box 61   Folder 8

Sep-Dec 1828

Box 61   Folder 9

Jan-Apr 1829

Box 61   Folder 10

May-Jul 1829

Box 61   Folder 11

Aug-Dec 1829

Box 62   Folder 1

Xeroxes from books on 1830

Box 62   Folder 2

Jan-Mar 1830

Box 62   Folder 3

Apr-Jun 1830

Box 62   Folder 4

Jul-Sep 1830

Box 62   Folder 5

Oct-Dec 1830

Box 62   Folder 6

Jan-Mar 1831

Box 62   Folder 7

Apr-Jun 1831

Box 62   Folder 8

Jul-Sep 1831

Box 62   Folder 9

Oct-Dec 1831

Box 62   Folder 10

Jan-Feb 1832

Box 62   Folder 11

Mar-Apr 1832

Box 62   Folder 12

May-Aug 1832

Box 62   Folder 13

Sep-Dec 1832

Box 63   Folder 1

Jan-Jul 1833

Box 63   Folder 2

Aug-Dec 1833

Box 63   Folder 3

Jan-May 1834

Box 63   Folder 4

Jun-Dec 1834

Box 63   Folder 5

After 1834

Box 63   Folder 6

Sparks Mss, Vol. I, XXXII, pp. 96-149. [L.G. Comp. W. Memoires.]

Box 63   Folder 7

Sparks Mss, Vol. I, XXXII, pp. 96-149. Pp. 150-212

Box 63   Folder 8

Sparks Nss, LXXXVI, Part III, pp. 194-209

Series VII: Audiotapes

Box 66   Folder 1

World Affairs Conference, October 29, 1958, "France and World Tensions," University of Omaha

Box 66   Folder 2

Causes of Revolution, October 28, 1968

Box 66   Folder 3

Japan lectures

  • Side 1; Unesco World History, May 3, 1968
  • Side 1 & 2; Lafayette in 1789, May 4, 1968
  • Side 2; General Problems of Historical Composition, May 5, 1968
  • Side 2; The American Revolution and the French Revolution, May
  • 7, 1968
Box 66   Folder 4

Tsuda College, Japan, May 1968

Box 66   Folder 5

"American and French Coustitutions; Agnes Scott College, April 8, 1959

Series VIII: Notes

Box 68

January 1778-September 1778

Box 69

October 1778-April 1780

Box 70

May 1780-January 1781

Box 71

February 1781-May 1781

Box 72

June 1781-September 1781

Box 73

October 1781-March 1783

Box 74

April 1783-December 1784

Box 75

January 1785-March 1787

Box 76

April 1787-July 1789

Box 77

July 1789-October 1789

Box 78

October 1789-February 1790

Box 79

February 1790-June 1790

Box 80

July 1790-September 1790

Box 81

October 1790-January 1791

Box 82

February 1791-April 1791

Box 83

May 1791-June 1791

Box 84

July 1791-November 1791

Box 85

December 1791-April 1792

Box 86

May 1792-June 1792

Box 87

June 1792-July 1792

Box 88

August 1792

Box 89

August 1792-December 1793

Box 90

1794-August 1797

Box 91

September 1797-1801

Box 92

1802-1813

Box 93

1814-1816

Box 94

1817-1823

Box 95

January 1824-September 1824

Box 96

October 1824-June 1825

Box 97

July 1825-1827

Box 98

1828-June 1830

Box 99

July 1830-December 1830

Box 100

January 1831-April 1832

Box 101

May 1832-After Lafayette’s death

Box 102

"Negligibles" 1789-1790

Box 103

"Negligibles" 1790

Box 104

Uncertain dates and no dates.

Box 105

New Fiches (since 1972)

Series IX: Note Cards

Box 106

Bibliographies; A-B

Box 107

Bibliographies; A-B.C-E

Box 108

Bibliographies; A-B.F-J

Box 109

Bibliographies; A-B.K-L

Box 110

Bibliographies; A-B.M-O

Box 111

Bibliographies; A-B.O-S

Box 112

Bibliographies; A-B.S-Z

Box 113

Undergraduate Lectures

Box 114

Philosophas

Box 115

French Revolution 1787-1792

Box 116

French Revolution 1792-1799

Box 117

Jean Paul Marat

Box 118

Napoleon

Box 119

Franco-American Relations

Box 120

Seminar and Methods Courses

Box 121

Miscellaneous Notes and Lectures

Box 122

Shelf list I

Box 123

Shelf list II

Series X: Microfilm

Box 124   Folder 1

1789 and 1792 and Miscellaneous

  • Swan Discourse
  • La Rochfoucauld Correspondence
  • Regulation of "Delits et peines" for Paris National Guard, 1789
  • Regulation of "Usage of arms" for the Paris National Guard, 1789
  • Lettre au LaFayette à la Paris National Guard
  • New conspiration
  • Memoire sur la formation d’une compagnie de grenadiers
  • Lettre de M. Alexander D’Aumont
  • National Guard Regulations, 1789
  • Val Rachert (probably DeWitt papers)
  • B.M. (Additional Mss.)
  • Collection of S.W.J.-to Lecuer, to Sapey. Mickewreg.
  • George Washington, 1781, 3 letters
  • Archives of ? Seine and Dagrange Cabinet
  • Gardner Collection
  • Lee numeros purisieurs...par M.D....1788
  • Voyage autour des galeries
  • Sillery Discours, sur les rouétés populaires, et un la letter de
  • Lafayette; and Interrogatoire de M....Lafayette
  • Proces verbal des séances de L’Assemblée de l’ordence de la Noblesse de la Séné chaussie d’Amuergue 1789 "Lee Bassesses de l’arme bleu et condiute ..." From John Gouph, 24 August 1840
  • Letter from Beranger to Lafayette, 26 July 1801
  • Versailles, Road to and plan of chateau from Batifol Article
Box 125   Folder 1

Indiana University, Gardner-Ball Collection

  • Lafayette to Louis XVIII (1783); Correspondence 1783-1812
  • Correspondence 1814-1825
  • Correspondence 1814-1825 1825-1827
  • Correspondence 1814-1825 1828-1830
  • Correspondence 1814-1825 1830-1832
  • Correspondence 1814-1825 1833-n.d.
Box 126   Folder 1

Indiana University, Gardner-Ball Collection

  • Correspondence n.d.-1804
  • Correspondence n.d.-1804 1826-1832
  • Correspondence n.d.-1804 1803-1833
  • Correspondence n.d.-1804 1828-n.d.
  • Correspondence n.d.-1804 1822-1849
  • Correspondence n.d.-1804 Compte Rendu to Printed Matter
  • Compte Rendu-par M.J.M.
Box 127   Folder 1

Miscellaneous

  • New York Historical Society Roll Number 1 (Letters from Lafayette to George Washington)
  • Quatorze juillet 1790, ou la Fédération de la lidue contre Louis XVI. Formation Garde Nationale- Organization and pay scales for Officers, September 1789
  • Two Cornell University Film Reels
  • Sparks Mss. Number 32
  • Sparks Mss. Number 86
  • Sparks Mss. Number 87
  • Sparks Mss. Number 88
  • Sparks Mss. Number 89
Box 128   Folder 1

1789 and After Letter; Lafayette to Louis XVI, February 28, 1890

  • Reel; a) Papers of Society of the Cincinnati
  • b) PCC number 137, Calonne-Lafayette Correspondence
  • c) George Washington Papers
  • d) PCC 156 Jay letters
  • Photographic Plates-Lafayette to Howe, April 16, 1832
  • University of Virginia-Alderman Library-Lafayette
  • Miscellaneous
  • from Paris Nationale Archives
  • Lafayette Letters
  • McHenry Letters
  • Letter of Adrieine and celebration, July 4, 1797
  • Mme. Bernor’s Collection (Letter to Garnier-Pages)
  • Outline of Volume 4 SCHM
  • Selections from Diplomatic Dispatches (black reel)
  • Comité Militaire fiched 1792
  • Unidentified Film from Austrian State Archives
Box 129   Folder 1

Library of Congress Microfilms

  • Rochambeau Papers
  • Miscellaneous Letters
  • Washington Papers
  • PCC 156 (11 Feb. 1786 to 28 April 1788)
  • Henley Smith Papers
  • PCC and Treasury Papers
  • Miscellaneous Manuscripts
  • Letters 1791
  • PCC 156
  • Washington Papers (Feb. 23, 1781 to Dec. 4, 1782)
  • Washington Papers (Feb. 23, 1781 to Dec. 4, 1782). (28 May 1788 to 18 Jan. 1830)
  • Washington Papers (Feb. 23, 1781 to Dec. 4, 1782). (30 July 1781 to 30 March 1782)
Box 130   Folder 1

Library of Congress and Miscellaneous

  • PCC 156 (26 July 1781 to 6 Sept. 1785)
  • Letters to Short, Murray and Morse
  • Lafayette and Nichola Fish (1825 to 1831 typescripts)
  • Lafayette and the Revolution, Mss. Chapters 1 to 19, First Draft)
  • Olavarria Letters in Jackson Collection, Lafayette’s Honorary Degree
  • Miscellaneous Film
  • Observations du Gen. Lafayette
  • Fabvier Papers
  • L’Indicateur, Un Journal des causes et des effets
  • "Le Curieux," Letters from Lafayette to Marborg
  • Addition to the Library of Congress Films
  • Washington Papers.
  • Hamilton Papers.
  • Miscellaneous Call Numbers.

Series XI: Annotated Books

Box 131

Jean Paul Marat; A Study in Radicalism. New York; Greenberg, Publisher, Inc., 1927

Box 131

The Use of Personal Documents in History, Anthropology, and Sociology. ("Social Science Research Council Bulletin," No. 53.) New York; Social Science Research Council, 1945.

Box 131

Lafayette Joins the American Army. Chicago; The University of Chicago Press, 1937.

Box 131

Lafayette and the Close of the American Revolution. Chicago; The University of Chicago Press, 1942, (with Clyde Kluckhohn and Robert Angell).

Box 131

Lafayette between the American and the French Revolution (1783-1789). Chicago; The University of Chicago Press, 1950

Box 131

Lafayette Comes to America, Chicago; The University of Chicago Press, 1935

Box 131

The Life of Jean Paul Marat. Girard, Kansas; Haldeman-Julius Co., 1923.

Box 131

The Ancient Regime (France Before the Revolution). Girard, Kansas; Haldeman-Julius Co., 1924

Box 131

The Fall of Louis XVI. Girard, Kansas; Haldeman-Julius Co., 1924

Box 131

The First French Republic. Girard, Kansas; Haldeman-Julius Co., 1924

Box 131

The Conculate of Napoleon Bonaparte. Girard, Kansas; Haldeman-Julius Co., 1925

Box 131

The Empire of Napoleon. Girard, Kansas; Haldeman-Julius Co., 1925

Box 131

Restoration and Reaction in France, 1814-1815, Girard, Kansas; Haldeman-Julius Co., 1925

Box 132

(with Donald Lach). Europe and the Modern World. 2 vols. Chicago; Scott, Foresman, and Company, 1951, 1954

Series XII: Addenda; Tape Transcripts

Box 133   Folder 1

Letter from Michael T. Ryan to Leo Shelburt

Box 133   Folder 2

Tape Transcription, first conversation, 30 March 1973

Box 133   Folder 3

Tape Transcription, second conversation, April 1973

Box 133   Folder 4

Tape Transcription, second conversation, April 1973

Box 133   Folder 5

Tape Transcription, third conversation, 30 May 1973

Box 133   Folder 6

Tape Transcription, fourth conversation, 19 Feb 1974

Box 133   Folder 7

Tape Transcription, fifth conversation, March 1974

Box 133   Folder 8

Tape Transcription, original manuscript, 30 March 1973