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Guide to the Fred Mattews Papers 1963-1965

© 2007 University of Chicago Library

Descriptive Summary

Title:

Matthews, Fred. Papers

Dates:

1963-1965

Size:

.25 linear ft. (1 box)

Repository:

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

Abstract:

Fred Matthews, professor of history, author. The Fred Matthews Papers consist of letters solicited by Fred Matthews while researching his study of Robert E. Park, Quest for an American Sociology: Robert E. Park and the Chicago School. Correspondents include Saul Alinsky, Nels Anderson, Harold D. Lasswell, Winifred Raushenbush, Margaret Park Redfield, and Leslie A. White.

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Citation

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

Biographical Note

Fred H. Matthews, a professor of history at York University (Ontario) wrote a biography of sociologist Robert E. Park (1864-1944). The book was published in 1976 as Quest for an American Sociology: Robert E. Park and the Chicago School.

Scope Note

The Fred Matthews Papers consist of letters solicited by Fred Matthews while researching his study of Robert E. Park, Quest for an American Sociology: Robert E. Park and the Chicago School. Correspondents include Saul Alinsky, Nels Anderson, Harold D. Lasswell, Winifred Raushenbush, Margaret Park Redfield, and Leslie A. White.

Related Resources

The following related resources are located in the Department of Special Collections:

Robert E. Park. Papers

University of Chicago. Department of Sociology. Faculty. Minutes

University of Chicago. Department of Sociology. Faculty Seminar. Minutes

Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Box 1   Folder 1

Correspondence, Anderson to Johnson

  • Nels Anderson to Matthews, June 9, 1964
  • Saul D. Alinsky to Matthews. 1965
  • Jessie Bernard to Matthews, February 5, 1965
  • Jessie Bernard to Matthews, n.d.
  • Albert Blumenthal to Matthews, June 28, 1964
  • Herbert Blumer to Matthews, December 13, 1963
  • Emory S. Bogardus to Matthews, September 12, 1963
  • Ruth Shonle Cavan to Matthews, June 11, 1964
  • Horace R. Cayton to Matthews, July 5, 1964
  • Paul F. Cressey to Matthews, n.d. (typed on earlier letter from Matthews to Cressey, June 8, 1964)
  • Bingham Dai to Matthews, September 18, 1964
  • H. Warren Dunham to Matthews, June 23, 1964
  • Robert E.L. Faris to Matthews, June 17, 1964
  • Harold F. Gosnell to Matthews, June 12, 1964
  • Bernhard L. Hörmann to Matthews, June 23, 1964
  • Bernhard L. Hörmann to Matthews, January 4. 1965
  • Guy B. Johnson to Matthews, June 23, 1964
  • Marie B. Johnson to Matthews, October 1, 1963
  • Marie B. Johnson to Matthews, September 22, 1964
Box 1   Folder 2

Correspondence, Jones-White

  • Lewis W. Jones to Matthews, June 15, 1964
  • Harold D. Lasswell to Matthews, December 9, 1965
  • Donald Pierson to Matthews, November 7, 1964
  • Winifred Raushenbush to Matthews, October 10. 1963
  • Winifred Raushenbush to Matthews, September 17, 1964
  • Winifred Raushenbush to Matthews, April 9, 1965
  • Margaret Redfield to Matthews, June 19, 1964
  • Margaret Redfield to Matthews, December 7, 1964
  • Ernest H. Shideler to Matthews, August 14, 1964
  • Pitrim A. Sorokin to Matthews, November 22, 1964
  • Leslie A. White to Matthews, November 15, 1964
  • Leslie A. White to Matthews, November 29, 1964
  • Fragment (1 p) from professor at the University of Hawaii, August 11, 1964, may be Clarence Glick