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Guide to the George Herbert Mead Papers 1855-1968

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Descriptive Summary

Title:

Mead, George Herbert. Papers

Dates:

1855-1968

Size:

8 linear feet (16 boxes)

Repository:

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

Abstract:

George Herbert Mead (1863-19310 educator, social psychologist, philosopher. The Mead Papers contain correspondence, primarily with family members including Henry Northrup Castle, Helen Castle Mead, Henry Castle Mead, and Irene Tufts Mead. Other correspondents include John Dewey and Charles Morris. The collection also includes manuscripts of published journal articles and books, correspondence relating to publications, and student notes from Mead's courses.

Information on Use

Access

The collection is open for research.

Citation

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

Biographical Note

Mead was born in South Hadley, Massachusetts, in 1863, the son of a clergyman, Hiram Mead. Seven years later, the family moved to Oberlin, Ohio, where his father took the chair in Homiletics at the Theological Seminary of Oberlin College. In 1879, George entered Oberlin where he met two students from Hawaii, Henry and Helen Castle. In 1891, Mead married Henry's sister Helen. A year later, their only child, Henry Castle Albert Mead, was born.

Mead taught from 1891 to 1894 at the University of Michigan, and at the University of Chicago from 1894 to the year of his death. A prominent American thinker, Mead is studied for his work in social psychology and social philosophy, systematic pragmatism, and the history of ideas, as well as for his relationship with his friend and contemporary, John Dewey.

Mead published many books and articles including; Philosophy of the Present (1932), Mind, Self and Society (1934), Movements of Thought in the Nineteenth Century (1936), and Philosophy of the Act (1938).

George Herbert Mead died in 1931.

Scope Note

The George Herbert Mead Papers contain correspondence, primarily with family members including Henry Northrup Castle, Helen Castle Mead, Henry Castle Mead, and Irene Tufts Mead. Other correspondents include John Dewey and Charles Morris. The collection also includes manuscripts of published journal articles and books, correspondence relating to publications, and student notes from Mead's courses.

The collection is comprised of four series: Series I: Biographical Materials; Series II: Correspondence; Series III: Course Materials; Series IV: Writings.

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Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Series I: Biographical Materials

Box 1   Folder 1

Mount Holyoke Alumnae Association, Resolutions regarding Mrs. Elizabeth S. Mead, October 20, 1900

Box 1   Folder 2

Eulogies for Helen Castle Mead, 1929-1930

Box 1   Folder 3

Program of the American Philosophical Association meeting, University of California, Berkeley, December 29-31, 1930; Two humorous verses regarding the theory of relativity, Holograph, 1930

Box 1   Folder 4

Obituaries, 1931

Box 1   Folder 5

Autopsy report of George Herbert Mead, April 27, 1931

Box 1   Folder 6

Eulogies, 1931

Box 1   Folder 7

"George Herbert Mead," a memorial pamphlet; three eulogies and a biographical essay, 1931

Box 1   Folder 8

Ames, Edward Scribner, "Professor George Herbert Mead, April 30, 1931," Eulogy, typescript carbon, 4 pp, 1931

Box 1   Folder 9

Dewey, John, "George Herbert Mead as I knew Him," Eulogy, typescript with holograph corrections in ink and pencil, 8 pp. Also, typescript carbon, 10 pp, 1931

Box 1   Folder 10

Webster, Mary H. "Mr. Mead's Funeral," Typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, 1 p, undated

Box 1   Folder 11

Raymond Graham Swing to Henry C. A. Mead, September 23, 1931, concerning memorial booklet and memories of Mead, 1931

Box 1   Folder 12

Letters of condolence on the death of GHM, 1931-1932, Includes Ellsworth Faris, Serge Prokofieff, Graham Taylor, William Kelley Wright, and others, 1931-1932

Box 1   Folder 13

Memorial statement by James M. Tufts at 1932 meeting of Western Philosophical Association, 1932

Box 1   Folder 14

University of Chicago Press, Mead’s Writing, 1933

Box 1   Folder 15

Article on Mead’s Writing, 1938

Series II: Correspondence

Box 1   Folder 16

Mead to Henry Northrup Castle, July 1883-October 1884, 1883-1884

Box 1   Folder 17

Mead to Henry Northrup Castle, January 1885-March 1889, 1885-1889

Box 1   Folder 18

Mead to Henry Northrup Castle, August 1890-December 1894, 1890-1894

Box 1   Folder 19

Mead to his parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Northrup Castle, 1892-1906

Box 1   Folder 20

Dewey, John, 1915-1929

Box 1   Folder 21

Geddes, Patrick, 1914

Box 1   Folder 22

George Herbert Mead to Elizabeth S. Mead, ALS, January 9, 1912

Box 1   Folder 23

Mead to his wife, Helen Castle Mead, 1894-1918

Box 1   Folder 24

Mead, Helen Castle Mead, 1915-1925

Box 2   Folder 1

Mead to his son, Henry C. A. Mead, 1899-1913

Box 2   Folder 2

Mead to his son, 1914

Box 2   Folder 3

Mead to his son, 1915

Box 2   Folder 4

Mead to his son, 1916-1919

Box 2   Folder 5

Mead to his son, 1920-1921

Box 2   Folder 6

Mead to his son, 1923-1935

Box 2   Folder 7

Mead to his son, 1921

Box 2   Folder 8

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, 1916

Box 2   Folder 9

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, 1917

Box 2   Folder 10

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, 1918

Box 2   Folder 11

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, March, 1919

Box 2   Folder 12

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, July, 1919

Box 2   Folder 13

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, August 1-13, 1919

Box 2   Folder 14

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, August 14-31, 1919

Box 2   Folder 15

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, August, 1919

Box 2   Folder 16

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, September, 1919

Box 2   Folder 17

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, September, 1919

Box 2   Folder 18

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, June-July 17, 1920

Box 2   Folder 19

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, July, 1920

Box 2   Folder 20

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, July 20-July 31, 1920

Box 2   Folder 21

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, August, 1920

Box 2   Folder 22

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, August, 1920

Box 2   Folder 23

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, September, 1920

Box 2   Folder 24

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, September, 1920

Box 2   Folder 25

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, July-August, 1921

Box 2   Folder 26

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, September, 1921

Box 2   Folder 27

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, June-July, 1923

Box 2   Folder 28

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, August-September, 1923

Box 2   Folder 29

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, June-July, 1925

Box 2   Folder 30

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, August-September, 1925

Box 2   Folder 31

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, September, 1926

Box 2   Folder 32

Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, 1927-1929

  • George Herbert Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, ALS, July 17, 1927
  • George Herbert Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, TLS, July 25, 1927
  • George Herbert Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, TLS, August 8, 1927
  • George Herbert Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, AL, September 18, 1928
  • George Herbert Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, TL, January 5, 1929
  • George Herbert Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, TLS, January 26, 1929
  • George Herbert Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, ALS, February 20, 1929
  • George Herbert Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, TLS, February 25, 1929
  • George Herbert Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, AL, February 28, 1929
  • George Herbert Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, AL, March 1, 1929
  • George Herbert Mead to Irene Tufts. Mead, AL, March 9, 1929
Box 3   Folder 1

Mead to Cynthia Tufts, August, 1919

Box 3   Folder 2

George Herbert Mead to Arthur E. Murphy, TL, February 11, 1929; George Herbert Mead to Irene Tufts Mead, AL, 1929, note concerning correspondence with Arthur E. Murphy, 1929

Box 3   Folder 3

Correspondence, Mead, Irene—Tufts, 1916-1930

  • Mead, Irene Tufts
  • Mead, Myra J.
  • Monroe, Mary K.
  • Park, Marion
  • Schweitzer, Arthur R.
  • Swanzy, Julie
  • Swing, Alice Mead
  • Tufts, Cynthia
Box 3   Folder 4

Irene Tufts Mead to David Miller, ALS, May 28, 1964 List of material lent to David L. Miller by Irene Tufts Mead, of George Herbert Mead Manuscripts lent to D. W. Miller by Irene Tufts Mead, 1964-1977

Box 3   Folder 5

Correspondence to Irene Mead, 1968

Box 3   Folder 6

Miscellaneous letters, 1908-1931

  • J. K[?] to Mead, February 3, 1908
  • James Tufts to Irene T. Mead, July 1, 1923
  • John Dewey to Mead, September 6, 1928
  • Kate Gordon to James Tufts, June 19, 193[?]
Box 3   Folder 7

List of persons referred to in Mead's correspondence, undated

Series III: Course Materials

Subseries 1: Mind, Self and Society

Box 3   Folder 8

Correspondence, chiefly to and from Charles W. Morris, editor, 1931-1936

Box 3   Folder 9

"Mind, Self, and Society," carbon copy of transcript of student notes, pp. 1-240, undated

Box 3   Folder 10

Mind, Self, and Society," carbon copy of transcript of student notes, pp. 241-452, undated

Box 3   Folder 11

“Society, Self, and Mind,” undated

Box 3   Folder 12

Social Psychology (Philosophy 13), Holograph notes taken by Irene Tufts Mead, 59 pp. Spring Quarter, 1915

Box 3   Folder 13

Advanced Social Psychology (Philosophy 21), Holograph notes taken by Van Meter Ames, 69 pp. Winter Quarter, 1921

Box 3   Folder 14

Class notes from Philosophy 21, Social Psychology, by Ernst Bouldin Harper, Winter 1921, 1921

Box 3   Folder 15

Class notes from Philosophy 321, Social Psychology, author unknown, 1914

Box 3   Folder 16

Class notes from Philosophy 321, Social Psychology, by G. Shelburg, Spring [sic], 1927

Box 3   Folder 17

Social Psychology (Philosophy 321), Typescript of notes by G. Shelburg, from the course by Mead, Winter Quarter, 1927

Box 4   Folder 1

Advanced Social Psychology (Philosophy 321), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's lecture course, Winter Quarter, 1926-1927

Box 4   Folder 2

Advanced Social Psychology (Philosophy 321), student notes by W. T. Lillie from the course given by Mead during the Winter Quarter of 1928, pp. 1-242, 1928

Box 4   Folder 3

Advanced Social Psychology (Philosophy 321), student notes by W. T. Lillie from the course given by Mead during the Winter Quarter of 1928, pp. 243-320, 1928

Box 4   Folder 4

Advanced Social Psychology (Philosophy 321), student notes by W. T. Lillie from the course given by Mead during the Winter Quarter of 1928, pp. 1-242, 1928

Box 4   Folder 5

Advanced Social Psychology (Philosophy 321), student notes by W. T. Lillie from the course given by Mead during the Winter Quarter of 1928, pp. 243-320, 1928

Box 4   Folder 6

Advanced Social Psychology (Philosophy 321), Carbon copy of notes by R. R. Page, from the course given by Mead, Winter Quarter, 1930, interspersed with letters from R. R. Page to Charles Morris, concerning the notes, 1930

Box 4   Folder 7

"Supplementary Material," Carbon copy marked for printer's copy of Supplementary Essays I, II, and III, "The Function of Imagery in Conduct," "The Biologic Individual," and "The Self and the Process of Reflection," undated

Box 4   Folder 8

Social Psychology, Typescript of student notes on the course given by Mead (The penciled notation indicates 1912 as the date of this set of notes, and the course as Philosophy 321. However, according to the Annual Register for the University of Chicago in 1912, Mead was teaching a course on social psychology in the Psychology Department, Psychology 13), undated

Box 5   Folder 1

Social Psychology, Typescript of student notes on the course given by Mead (The penciled notation indicates 1912 as the date of this set of notes, and the course as Philosophy 321. However, according to the Annual Register for the University of Chicago in 1912, Mead was teaching a course on social psychology in the Psychology Department, Psychology 13), undated

Box 5   Folder 2

Social Psychology, Typescript of student notes on the course given by Mead (The penciled notation indicates 1912 as the date of this set of notes, and the course as Philosophy 321. However, according to the Annual Register for the University of Chicago in 1912, Mead was teaching a course on social psychology in the Psychology Department, Psychology 13), undated

Box 5   Folder 3

Social Psychology, Typescript of student notes on the course given by Mead (The penciled notation indicates 1912 as the date of this set of notes, and the course as Philosophy 321. However, according to the Annual Register for the University of Chicago in 1912, Mead was teaching a course on social psychology in the Psychology Department, Psychology 13), undated

Box 5   Folder 4

Social Psychology, Untitled handwritten set of student notes by Louis Bloom, 1930

Box 5   Folder 5

Social Psychology, Typescript of student notes from Mead's course, 1931

Subseries 2: Movement of Thought in the 19th Century, Materials

Box 5   Folder 6

Movements of Thought in the 19th Century (Philosophy 212), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, April 2-May 4, 1928

Box 5   Folder 7

Movements of Thought in the 19th Century (Philosophy 212), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, May 8-June 8, 1928

Box 5   Folder 8

Movements of Thought in the 19th Century (Philosophy 212), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, April 2-May 4, 1928

Box 5   Folder 9

Movements of Thought in the 19th Century (Philosophy 212), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, May 8-June 8, 1928

Box 6   Folder 1

Movements of Thought in the 19th Century (Philosophy 212), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, Summer Quarter, 1928

Box 6   Folder 2

Henri Bergson (Philosophy 413), Typescript of student notes by George N. Pappas on Mead's course, Summer Quarter, 1927

Box 6   Folder 3

Henri Bergson (Philosophy 413), Typescript of student notes by George N. Pappas on Mead's course, Summer Quarter, 1927

Box 6   Folder 4

Henri Bergson, Carbon copy of student term paper for Mead by M. J. Wahl, undated

Subseries 3: Philosophy of the Act Materials

Box 6   Folder 5

Correspondence, chiefly to Charles Morris concerning the preparation of the volume, August 1933-December 1937; Included is a carbon copy of the contract with the University of Chicago Press for that volume, 1933-1937

Box 6   Folder 6

Notes by Charles W. Morris, in preparation for the volume, undated

Box 6   Folder 7

Typescript of the table of contents, the preface, and the introduction, marked for printer's copy, undated

Box 6   Folder 8

Carbon copy of the title page and preface and typescript of an earlier draft of the introduction, with corrections, 1936-1938

Box 6   Folder 9

Manuscript of essays I and II, Part I, titled by the editors, "Stages in the Act; Preliminary Statement" and "The Limits of the Problematic," Also "Perception," typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, 2 pp.; "The Reality of the Object in Perception," typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink. 4 pp. (p. 5 missing); "The Perceptual and the Scientific Objects," typescript carbon, 7 pp.; and untitled fragment of "The Limits of the Problematic," typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink and pencil, paginated 3-18, undated

Box 6   Folder 10

Manuscript of essays III and IV, Part I, titled by the editors, "The Nature of Scientific Knowledge" and "Consciousness and the Unquestioned," Also, typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, paginated 23-61, undated

Box 6   Folder 11

Manuscript of essays V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, and XI, Parts I and II, titled by the editors, "Fragments on the Process of Reflection," "History and the Experimental Method," "Perspective Theory of Perception," "Mediate Factors in Perception," "The Social Factor in Perception," "Perceptual Error," and "Perspective Theory of Objects," undated

Box 6   Folder 12

Manuscript of essays XII, XIII, XIV, XV, and XVI, Parts II and III, titled by the editors, "The Relativity of Objects," "Perception and the Spatiotemporal," "The Perceptual Model in Science," and "Ontological Assumptions," Also untitled fragment of "The Perceptual Model in Science," typescript carbon, 9 pp.; and untitled fragment on "Ontological Assumptions," typescript carbon, 3 pp, undated

Box 6   Folder 13

Manuscripts of essays XVII, XVIII, XIX, and XX, Part III, titled by the editors, "Mechanical and Teleological Objects," "Form and Environment," "Mechanism and Contingency," and "Passage, Process, and Permanence," undated

Box 7   Folder 1

Manuscript of essay XXI, Part III, titled by the editors, "The Process of the Mind in Nature," and of that section of essay XXX, Part V titled by the editors, "Measurement and Action." Also incomplete typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, paginated 1-88, undated

Box 7   Folder 2

Manuscripts of essays XXII, XXIII, XXIV, XXV, XXVI, XXVII, and XXVIII, Part IV, titled by the editors, "Value and the Consummatory Phase of the Act," "The Aesthetic and the Consummatory," "Moral Behavior and Reflective Thinking," "Science and Religion," "Religion and Social Values," "Back of Our Minds," and "Experimentalism as a Philosophy of History," Also, "Back of Our Minds," typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink and pencil, 19 pp, undated

Box 7   Folder 3

Manuscripts of essays XXIX, XXX, and XXXI, Part V, titled by the editors, "Fragments on Whitehead," "Fragments on Relativity," and "Miscellaneous Fragments," Also, copy of fragment titled by the editors, "Relativity and Perception," typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, paginated 62-75; copy of fragment titled by the editors, "Relativity and Perception," typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, paginated 76-80; and copy of fragment titled by the editors, "Questions About Whitehead's Concept of Relativity," typescript carbon, 3 pp, undated

Box 7   Folder 4

Typescript of section G, essay XXXI, Part V, titled by the editors, "Categorical Fragments," Also, typescript carbon with annotations in pencil, paginated 299-411 [irregular], undated

Box 7   Folder 5

Manuscript of student notes, from which the material in folder 4 above, was compiled, undated

Box 7   Folder 6

Fragments of Mead's work, Typescripts with some corrections, labeled, presumably by the editors of Philosophy of the Act, as "Used in Philosophy of the Act," undated

Box 7   Folder 7

Fragments of Mead's work, Typescripts with some corrections, labeled, presumably by the editors of Philosophy of the Act, as omitted from that volume, undated

Box 7   Folder 8

Fragments of Mead's work, Typescripts, labeled, presumably by the editors of Philosophy of the Act, but apparently not included in that volume, undated

Box 8   Folder 1

Fragments of Mead's work, Typescript and handwritten, untitled, undated

Box 8   Folder 2

Fragments of Mead's work, Typescript and ditto copy, with some corrections, undated

Subseries 4: Student Notes

Box 8   Folder 3

Aristotle's Metaphysics (Philosophy 40), Holograph notes taken by Van Meter Ames, 71 pp. Autumn Quarter, 1923

Box 8   Folder 4

Aristotle's Metaphysics (Philosophy 355), Typescript of student notes by George N. Pappas, on Mead's course, Winter Quarter, 1925

Box 8   Folder 5

Aristotle's Metaphysics (Philosophy 355), Typescript of student notes by George N. Pappas, on Mead's course, Winter Quarter, 1925

Box 8   Folder 6

Aristotle's Metaphysics (Philosophy 355), Typescript of student notes by George N. Pappas, on Mead's course, Winter Quarter, 1925

Box 8   Folder 7

Aristotle's Metaphysics (Philosophy 355), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, Spring Quarter, 1928, pp. 1-110, 1928

Box 8   Folder 8

Aristotle's Metaphysics (Philosophy 355), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, Spring Quarter, 1928, pp. 111-263, 1928

Box 8   Folder 9

Aristotle's Metaphysics (Philosophy 355), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, Spring Quarter, 1928, pp. 1-110, 1928

Box 9   Folder 1

Aristotle's Metaphysics (Philosophy 355), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, Spring Quarter, 1928, pp. 111-263, 1928

Box 9   Folder 2

John Dewey (Philosophy 440), Student notes by George Dykhuisen on Mead's course, Winter Quarter, 1926

Box 9   Folder 3

The Philosophy of John Dewey (article by G. H. Mead). Carbon copy marked from printer's copy, 1935

Box 9   Folder 4

Elementary Ethics (Philosophy 104), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, Autumn Quarter, 1927

Box 9   Folder 5

Hegel's Logic (Philosophy 63), Holograph notes taken by Van Meter Ames, 50 pp. Spring Quarter, 1923 (10 pp. of reading notes on Hegel follow the lecture notes), 1923

Box 9   Folder 6

Hegel's Phenomenology (Philosophy 44), Holograph notes taken by Van Meter Ames, 21 pp. Spring Quarter, 1921

Box 9   Folder 7

Hegel's Phenomology (Philosophy 420), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, Winter Quarter, 1928

Box 9   Folder 8

Hume (Philosophy 17), Holograph notes taken by Van Meter Ames, Spring Quarter, 36 pp., 1922

Box 9   Folder 9

Hume (Philosophy 17), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, with penciled notation indicating the notes were taken by George Dykhuisen, Winter Quarter, 1925

Box 9   Folder 10

Hume, Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, Spring Quarter, 1927

Box 9   Folder 11

Hume, Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, undated

Box 9   Folder 12

Hume, Typescript of student notes on Mead's course, undated

Box 9   Folder 13

Hume (Philosophy 345), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, undated

Box 9   Folder 14

Hume (Philosophy 407), Typescript of a student paper by David H. Chirin for Mead, undated

Box 10   Folder 1

Leibnitz (Philosophy 341), Typescript of student notes on Mead's course, undated

Box 10   Folder 2

Leibnitz (Philosophy 344), Typescript of "Logical and Epistemological Implications of the Leibnitzian Monadology," based on a presentation by Mead, Autumn Quarter, arranged by G. E. M. Shelburg, 1926

Box 10   Folder 3

“Significance of the Monadology of Leibnitz,” Notes of G. E. M. Shelburg, 1926

Box 10   Folder 4

Leibnitz (Philosophy 344), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, Autumn Quarter, 1926

Box 10   Folder 5

Logic (Philosophy 103), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, Autumn Quarter, 1928

Box 10   Folder 6

Logic of the Sciences (Philosophy 45), Holograph notes, with one page of typescript, taken by Van Meter Ames, 36 pp. Autumn Quarter, 1922

Box 10   Folder 7

Logic of Social Science (Philosophy 30), Typescript of student notes by Juliet Hammond on Mead's course, 1910-1911

Box 10   Folder 8

Movements of Thought in the Nineteenth Century (Philosophy 6), Holograph notes taken by Irene Tufts Mead, 69 pp. Spring Quarter, 1915

Box 10   Folder 9

Philosophy of Education, Typescript of student notes by Juliet Hammond on Mead's course, 1910-1911

Box 10   Folder 10

Philosophy of Education, Typescript of student notes by Juliet Hammond on Mead's course, 1910-1911

Box 11   Folder 1

Philosophies on Eminent Scientists (Philosophy 65), Carbon copy of student notes, Penciled notation indicates the notes were taken by George Dykhuisen, for Spring Quarter, 1925

Box 11   Folder 2

Philosophies on Eminent Scientists (Philosophy 343), Carbon copy of student notes on Mead's course, Winter Quarter, 1927

Box 11   Folder 3

Philosophy of Kant (Philosophy 42), Holograph notes taken by Van Meter Ames, 29 pp. Autumn Quarter, 1920

Box 11   Folder 4

Philosophy of Kant (Philosophy 43), Holograph notes taken by Van Meter Ames, 29 pp. Winter Quarter, 1921

Box 11   Folder 5

Problems of Consciousness (Philosophy 50), Holograph notes

  • taken by Van Meter Ames, 6 pp. Spring Quarter, 1924
Box 11   Folder 6

The Problem of Consciousness (Philosophy 403), Typescript of student notes by G. E. M. Shelburg on Mead's course, Spring Quarter, 1926

Box 11   Folder 7

The Problem of Consciousness (Philosophy 403), Typescript of student notes by G. E. M. Shelburg on Mead's course, Spring Quarter, 1926

Box 11   Folder 8

Rationalism and Empiricism (Philosophy 19), Holograph notes taken by Irene Tufts Mead, Autumn Quarter, 1915, 94 pp. Also, typescript of student [?] notes on Mead's course, Autumn Quarter, 1915

Box 11   Folder 9

Relativity from the Standpoint of Pragmatism (Philosophy 46), Typescript notes taken by Van Meter Ames, 45 pp. (pp. 24-28 borrowed from Charles Morris), Spring Quarter, 1923

Box 11   Folder 10

Class notes from Psychology 11, Theoretical Comparative Psychology, and Psychology 13, Abstract Social Psychology, by Juliet Hammond, 1910-1911

Series IV: Writings

Subseries 1: Titled Works

Box 11   Folder 11

The Paul Carus Foundation Lectures, typescript with corrections; Carbon copy of preface to and exchange of letters between H. C. A. Mead and Charles Morris, October, 1936, 1930-1936

Box 11   Folder 12

"Bishop Berkeley and His Message; an address delivered on the 200th anniversary of the landing of Bishop Berkeley in this country, at a joint celebration by the University of California and the city of Berkeley, _____, 1929." Typescript marked for printer's copy. Also, typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink; galley proofs; and reprint from The Journal of Philosophy, XXVI, August 1, 1929

Box 11   Folder 13

"Cooley's Contribution to American Sociological Thought." Typescript marked for printer's copy. Also, typescript carbon and reprint from The American Journal of Sociology, XXXV, March 1930

Box 11   Folder 14

"The Genesis of the Self and Social Control." Typescript marked for printer's copy. Also, reprint from The International Journal of Ethics, XXXV, April, 1925

Box 11   Folder 15

"Industrial Education, the Working Man, and the School." Holograph draft, 60 pp. Also, typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 19 pp.; and reprint from The Elementary School Teacher, X, March, 1909

Box 12   Folder 1

"The Mechanism of Social Consciousness." Typescript marked for printer's copy; typescript copy prepared by student [?]; galley proofs; and reprint from The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, IX, July 18, 1912

Box 12   Folder 2

"National-Mindedness and International-Mindedness." Typescript marked for printer's copy, 19 pp. Also, galley proofs titled, "International-Mindedness and Its Achievement"; and two reprints from The International Journal of Ethics, XXXIX, July, 1929

Box 12   Folder 3

"Natural Rights and the Theory of the Political Institution." Reprint from The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, XXI, March 18, 1915

Box 12   Folder 4

"The Nature of Aesthetic Experience." Typescript marked for printer's copy, 12 pp. Also, carbon copy and reprint from The International Journal of Ethics, XXXVI, July, 1926

Box 12   Folder 5

"The Nature of the Past." Typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, 9 pp, undated

Box 12   Folder 6

"The Philosophies of Royce, James, and Dewey in Their American Settings." Typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 21 pp. lso, typescript carbon, 20 pp. [incomplete]; typescript marked for printer's copy, 28 pp.; and reprint from The International Journal of Ethics, XL, January, 1930

Box 12   Folder 7

"A Pragmatic Theory of Truth." Typescript with corrections, 22 pp. Also, a carbon copy (possibly lecture given at the Chicago Literary Society or the University College. M. McF.). This material has been published under the title "A Pragmatic Theory of Truth," in Studies in the Nature of Truth, University of California Publications in Philosophy, XI, 1929

Box 12   Folder 8

"The Psychology of Punitive Justice." Typescript marked for printer's copy, 28 pp. Also, reprint from The American Journal of Sociology, XXIII, March, 1918

Box 12   Folder 9

"Relativity." Typescript of manuscript, 46 pp. Begins; "Newtonian relativity recognized that uniform translation in a straight line...," undated

Box 12   Folder 10

"Scientific Method and the Moral Sciences." Typescript marked for printer's copy, 18 pp. Also, typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, 18 pp.; and reprint form The International Journal of Ethics, XXXIII, April, 1923

Box 12   Folder 11

"Suggestions Toward a Theory of the Philosophical Disciplines." Carbon copy of a transcript of a reprint from The Philosophical Review, IX, 1900

Box 12   Folder 12

"Social Bearings of Industrial Educations." Typescript, incomplete, 24 pp., undated

Box 12   Folder 13

"The Teaching of Science in College." Typescript marked for printer's copy, 13 pp. Also, reprint from Science, XXIV, September 28, 1906

Box 12   Folder 14

Clippings. Five articles by Mead on World War I, undated

Box 12   Folder 15

"The Imagination in Wundt's Treatment of Myth and Religion" (published in Psychological Bulletin, III, 1906). Typescript marked for printer's copy, 8 pp., 1906

Box 12   Folder 16

"Social Psychology as Counterpart to Physiological Psychology." Typescript marked for printer's copy, 10 pp. Also, reprint from Psychological Bulletin, VI, December 15, 1909

Box 12   Folder 17

"What Social Objects Must Psychology Presuppose?" Holograph draft, 29 pp. Also, typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 10 pp. Published in Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, VII, 1910, 1909

Box 12   Folder 18

"The Psychology of Social Consciousness Implied in Instruction." Typescript marked for printer's copy, 10 pp. Also, galley proofs, Science, XXI, 1910

Box 12   Folder 19

"The Social Self" (published in The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, X, 1913). Typescript marked for printer's copy, 13 pp. Also, typescript prepared by student [?], 7 pp. (incomplete), 1913

Box 12   Folder 20

"Educational Aspects of Trade Schools" (speech before the Women's Trade Union League of Chicago, reprinted in the Union Labor Advocate, pp. 19-20, n. d.), 1908

Box 12   Folder 21

"The Relation of Embryological Development to Education." Typescript, incomplete, 7 pp., undated

Box 12   Folder 22

"Science in social practice." Partial typescript, partial manuscript, 40 pp., undated

Box 12   Folder 23

Manuscript on essays titled, "The Social Character of Instincts," "Social Psychology as Counterpart to Physiological Psychology," "What Social Objects Must Psychology Presuppose," "Emotion and Instinct," and "A Psychological Study of the Use of Stimulation."

  • Typescript and reprint, paginated 00001-00037, 1909
Box 12   Folder 24

Galley proofs for essays in folder 24, undated

Box 12   Folder 25

Manuscript essays titled, "The Problem of Comparative Psychology," "Concerning Animal Perception," "On Perception and Imitation," "The Relation of the Embryological Development to Education," and "The Child and His Environment." Typescript, paginated 00038-00102, 1907

Box 12   Folder 26

Galley proofs for essay in folder 1, undated

Box 13   Folder 1

Manuscript of essays titled, "The Kindergarten and Play," "The Relation of Play to Education," "On the Social Situation in the School," "The University and the School of Education," "The University and the Elementary Schools," "Science in the High School," "The Teaching of Science in College," and "Industrial Education, the Workingman, and the Elementary School." Typescript, typescript carbon, and reprints, paginated 00103-00165, 1896-1909

Box 13   Folder 2

Galley proofs for essays in folder 3, undated

Box 13   Folder 3

"A Behavioristic Account of the Significant Symbol." Typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 8 pp. Also, typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, 8 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 4

"Editorial, Feb. School Rev." Typescript marked for printer's copy, 9 pp. Published in School Review, XV, February, 1907

Box 13   Folder 5

"How Can a Sense of Citizenship Be Secured?" Typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 11 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 6

"The League and the Community." Bulletin of the Vocational Supervision League, April 15, 1919, p. [1]. Reprint, 1919

Box 13   Folder 7

"Natural Rights and the Theory of the Political Institution." Typescript marked for printer's copy, 19 pp. Also, galley proofs, Journal of Philosophy, undated

Box 13   Folder 8

The Philosophy of the Act. Manuscript fragments prepared for possible use and titled by the editors, "Simultaneity in Relation to Neo-Realism and Pragmatism," "Time Systems and Contingency," "Perceptual Simultaneity," "The Subjective," and "The Reflective Act." Typescript carbon, paginated 666-669, 691-700, undated

Box 13   Folder 9

"Scientific Method and the Individual Thinker." Typescript with holograph corrections in ink and pencil, 38 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 10

"Social Consciousness and the Consciousness of Meaning." Typescript (pp. 1-3) and holograph (pp. 3-24) marked for printer's copy, 24 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 11

"Social Settlements." Address delivered in Mandel Hall on Settlement Sunday, October 28, 1907; published in The University Record, XII, January 1908. Typescript marked for printer's copy, 6 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 12

"Ideal," typed and autograph manuscript, undated

Subseries 2: Untitled Works

Box 13   Folder 13

Untitled manuscripts I and II, Typescript with corrections, used as "Supplementary Essays," undated

Box 13   Folder 14

Untitled essay or lecture. Begins; "The grandiose undertaking of Absolute Idealism to bring the whole of reality within experience..." (on connection between behavioristic psychology and Whitehead's philosophy of relativism). Penciled note by David Miller reads, "The Objective Reality of Perception," address given at Sixth International Congress of Philosophy, 1926.' Typewritten carbon copy, 13 pp., 1926

Box 13   Folder 15

Eulogy for Albert Temple Swing. Typewritten carbon copy, 3 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 16

Memorial booklet for Albert Temple Swing, 1849-1925, undated

Box 13   Folder 17

Untitled essay on perception. Begins; "All perception refers to actual or possible contact experience." Holograph, 1 p., undated

Box 13   Folder 18

Untitled essay on Royce and James. Begins; "To envisage Royce and James as they were projected upon the minds and imaginations of graduate students..." Typescript with corrections and carbon copy, 7 pp. each, undated

Box 13   Folder 19

Untitled welcoming speech to new members of the University Congregation, re; the functioning of the Congregation and obligations of its members. Typescript with corrections, 2 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 20

Untitled notes re; living conditions of Slavic immigrants working in the packing industry. Typescript, 1 p., undated

Box 13   Folder 21

Untitled fragments. Typescripts, 1 p. each., undated

Box 13   Folder 22

Untitled miscellaneous notes on logic; various quotations from Plato and Aristotle; mimeographed outline "Impulse, Problems of," bibliography for "Effort," and quotations from various philosophers on "Choice," undated

Box 13   Folder 23

Untitled essay, holograph, 7 pp. Begins; "The distinction between the primary and secondary qualities...," undated

Box 13   Folder 24

Untitled essay, typescript, 14 pp. (incomplete). Begins; "The Presentation that follows advances upon two suppositions," undated

Box 13   Folder 25

Untitled essay, holograph, 14 pp. (incomplete). Begins; "Science in its assumptions takes to be real the result of an actual or conceivable contact," undated

Box 13   Folder 26

Untitled essay, typescript, 2 pp. On World War I, undated

Box 13   Folder 27

Untitled essay on Jesus, love and activity. Holograph, 39 pp. page 1 missing), February 1893?, undated

Box 13   Folder 28

Untitled remarks on the 100th anniversary of the death of Kant, 1904, holograph, 8 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 29

Untitled essay (published as "Science in the High School," School Review, XIV, 1906). Typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 16 pp. Also, typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, 16 pp (p. 9 missing), undated

Box 13   Folder 30

Untitled essay (published as "Concerning Animal Perception," Psychological Review, XIV, 1907), holograph, incomplete, 21 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 31

Untitled essay (published as "Policy of The Elementary School Teacher," The Elementary School Teacher, VIII, 1907-1908) Holograph, 13 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 32

Untitled essay (published as "The Philosophical Basis of Ethics," International Journal of Ethics, XVIII, 3, April 1908). Holograph, 52 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 33

Untitled speech on the world of thought before and after the publication of Origin of the Species. Address given at celebration of Darwin Centenary, 1909. Typescript, 16 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 34

Untitled essay (published as "Mead on the Child and the School" with an introduction by Darnell Rucker, in School and Society, March 2, 1968, pp. 148-152). Holograph, 29 pp. Also, reprint from School and Society, 1968

Box 13   Folder 35

Untitled essay on the origin of Greek speculation. Typescript, incomplete, pp. 4-33. Carbon copy, incomplete, pp. 11-33, undated

Box 13   Folder 36

Notes on industry and slavery from Plato's Laws. Typescript, 7 pp., undated

Box 13   Folder 37

Untitled translation of Aristotle's Metaphysics, Book III (B) Typescript, incomplete, 17 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 1

Untitled response to a paper by Professor Robinson. Partially typescript, partial manuscript, 7 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 2

Untitled essay on social consciousness and social science. Partial typescript, partial manuscript, 22 pp. Begins; "From the attitude of Tennyson who `saw the heavens filled...," undated

Box 14   Folder 3

Untitled fragments on the social role of religious emotion. Typescript with corrections, 14 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 4

Untitled fragment on social conflict and the superstition of necessity. Typescript with corrections, 10 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 5

Untitled fragment on the act and the stimulus. Typescript, 9 pp.

Box 14   Folder 6

Untitled fragment on the act, control of the environment, intelligence, etc. Typescript, 1 p., undated

Box 14   Folder 7

Untitled fragment on the distinction between fact and theory. Holograph, 3 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 8

Untitled fragment on the relation between evolution, the development of intelligence, and the control of emotion, passion, or reflex action. Typescript, 7 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 9

Untitled fragment on the development of locomotion and tactual control in the feeding process of animals. Typescript, 2 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 10

Untitled fragment on the art impulse in the young child and on the development of it by education. Typescript, 2 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 11

Untitled fragment on the development of Greek political consciousness based on rational individual participation as opposed to the family or clan oriented irrational political organization of more primitive societies. Typescript, 5 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 12

Untitled fragment on sense of perception and behavior. typescript, not necessarily continuous, 7 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 13

Untitled fragment on rationality in lower forms as exhibited in external behavior and as result of possible nervous processes, typescript, 5 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 14

Eulogy for Maria Merriam Shorey. Begins; "Mrs. Shorey was born 76 years ago in a New England town..." Holograph, 11 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 15

Fragments on mind-body, experience, gestures, and other subjects. Holograph, 3 pp. in pencil, 26 pp. in ink and pencil, undated

Box 14   Folder 16

On a proposed Board of Examination and Supervision for the Chicago public schools. Begins; "1. I wish to make it perfectly clear at the outset that in appearing before the Committee at this hearing..." Typescript carbon, 8 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 17

On a review of Ross' Sin and Society. Begins; "Professor Ross of the University of Wisconsin has written a book entitled Sin & Society..." Holograph, 23 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 18

On America's entry into World War I. Begins; "Out of a situation of great confusion [of] judgement and uncertainty of issues America has passed into the completely definite attitude of a fighting power..." Typescript, 4 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 19

On Bergson's theory of perception. Begins; "Bergson's theory of perception involves two essential conceptions." Typescript carbon, 3 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 20

On charitable man and sympathy. Begins; "The charitable man is immediately moved by sympathy to assist those in distress." Typescript, 2 pp. Also, typescript carbon, 2 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 21

On conflicting responses and the emergence of thought. Begins; "Sensitivity implies a relation between the object and the organism..." Added title in the handwriting of David L. Miller. Typescript carbon with holograph corrections in pencil, 16 pp. (incomplete), undated

Box 14   Folder 22

On consciousness and the material world. Begins; "St. Augustine watching from his spiritual height the sack of Rome..." Typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, 19 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 23

On contact experience and distance experience. Begins; "Reality in perceptual world and under scientific method is ultimately determined by the agreement between anticipated contact experience..." Holograph, 8 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 24

On disease prevention. Begins; "There are constantly appearing in the practice of the community new procedures, methods of treating and preventing disease..." Typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, 2 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 25

On humanity, happiness, and the moral order [1922]. Begins; "There are three conceptions potent in the life of the world today..." Typescript carbon, 2 pp., 1922

Box 14   Folder 26

On Kant and German nationalism. Begins; "Immanuel Kant is the Königsberg philosopher to whom the present King of Prussia ascribes in good part..." Typescript with holograph corrections in pencil, 21 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 27

On labor and industrial power. Begins; "In the face of the problem of our modern industrial society..." Typescript, 2 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 28

On labor's interests in World War I. Begins; "What are the specific interests of labor in the war?" Typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 16 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 29

On loss of consciousness. Begins; "What is the meaning of the expression, loss of consciousness?" Typescript with holograph corrections in pencil, 26 pp. (paginated a-z). Also, typescript carbon with holograph corrections in pencil, 31 pp. (paginated a-z), undated

Box 14   Folder 30

On medical training for women. Begins; "The problem of training women for medicine is much more serious than that of the training of men." Typescript, 7 pp. Also, holograph note by Irene Tufts Mead dating the manuscript ca. 1917, 1 p., undated

Box 14   Folder 31

On might and right in World War I. Begins; "The most serious injury which can be dealt to the cause of Germany is to identify it..." Typescript with holograph corrections in ink and pencil, 11 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 32

On militarism and nationalism. Begins; "The war in Europe has paid certain great spiritual dividends." Holograph, 37 pp. Also, typescript carbon, 22 pp. (incomplete), undated

Box 14   Folder 33

On nationalism, individual rights, and social conflict. Begins; "Since the middle of the nineteenth century there has been a rising tide of nationalism throughout the world." Typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 14 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 34

On perception, consciousness, and the mind-body problem. Begins; "There appear to be two problems involved in perception..." Typescript carbon, 6 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 35

On primary and secondary qualities. Begins; "It is the physical particals…” Typescript, 11 pp (paginated aa-kk, incomplete). Also, typescript carbon, 18 pp (paginated aa-qq), undated

Box 14   Folder 36

On relativity. Begins; "Relativity inevitably makes spatiality and temporality functions of immediate experience..." Holograph in ink and pencil, 34 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 37

On Russell's Skeptical Essays. Begins; "I wish to propose for the reader's favorable consideration a doctrine..." Typescript, 8 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 38

On socialism and World War I. Begins; "I recognize that there are many socialist doctrines, and still more socialist attitudes among those who class themselves as socialists." Typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 12 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 39

On space and motion. Begins; "If all motion was transitory and uniform..." Holograph in ink, 3 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 40

On space and time. Begins; "A physical thing lies in a space-time, and it has characters..." Typescript carbon, 4 pp., undated

Box 14   Folder 41

On temperance. Begins; "The phenomena of intemperance are of such a fundamental character that they are sure to have their roots..." Added title in the handwriting of David L. Miller. Typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 7 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 1

On the appointment of the Librarian of the Chicago Public Library in Chicago. Begins; "The appointment of the Librarian of the Public Library of Chicago presents a problem..." Typescript with holograph corrections and additions in ink and pencil, 11 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 2

On the colonization of Hawaii. Begins; "Hawaii is America's oldest and indeed only colony..." Typescript and holograph, 23 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 3

On the creative character of human intelligence. Begins; "The real issue involved in the creative character of human intelligence..." Typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, 128 pp. (paginated I-CXXXI, pp. II, LVIII-LIX missing); 2 pp. typescript original (paginated XVII-XIX), undated

Box 15   Folder 4

On the effects of industrialization. Begins; "The study of the development of the machine reveals certain fairly definite tendencies..." Holograph, 40 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 5

On the German Kulturstaat. Begins; "There are voices heard in Germany, occasionally reaching the world outside, that betray serious anxiety..." Typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 9 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 6

On the individual and the environment. Begins; "The problem of the modern world, at least as the modern world has conceived it..." Typescript with holograph corrections in pencil, 4 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 7

On the individual and the object. Begins; "An object is that toward which an individual reacts as a whole." Typescript, 5 pp. Also, typescript carbon, 6 pp (incomplete), undated

Box 15   Folder 8

On the integration of academic departments at the University of Chicago. Begins; "The departments in this group cover subjects so intimately related..." Holograph, 9 pp. Also, typescript carbon, 4 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 9

On the material universe and the social world. Begins; "The reality of the material universe in so far as it is distinguished from the social world..." Typescript with holograph corrections in pencil, 2 p., undated

Box 15   Folder 10

On the methodology of the social sciences. Begins; "Scientific method the same in all sciences." Typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, 2 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 11

On the object and the gesture. Begins; "Thinking involves significant indication of objects..." Typescript carbon, 1 p., undated

Box 15   Folder 12

On the relationship between intellectualistic psychology and America's entry into World War I. Begins; "There are certain inheritances of an intellectualistic psychology..." Typescript with holograph corrections in ink and pencil, 6 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 13

On the relationship between the University of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin state government. Begins; "... a so-called progressive movement in Wisconsin politics which has led among other things to the formation of commissions..." Galley proofs and typescript with corrections in pencil, 27 pp (incomplete), undated

Box 15   Folder 14

On the role of social settlements. Begins; "The Settlement grew out of ecclesiastical philanthropy." Typescript carbon, 12 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 15

On the self and teleological behavior. Begins; "The human individual has as part of his self, the physical organism in so far as it acts as a stimulus..." Typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, 39 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 16

On the state and social control. Begins; "The two sides of our emotional life upon which emphasis has been laid..." Holograph, 8 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 17

On Tolstoi and Ibsen. Begins; "Two artists have arisen in the last generation, upon who, Maeterlinck has commented..." Typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 16 pp., undated

Subseries 3: Reviews

Box 15   Folder 18

Reviews and book notices on Mind, Self, and Society; Movements of Thought in the 19th Century; and Philosophy of the Present, 1932-1937

Box 15   Folder 19

Review of McDougall's An Introduction to Social Psychology, 1908; Holograph, 30 pp. Also, typescript marked for printer's copy (published in Psychological Bulletin, V, 1908), 10 pp., typescript, 1 p., holograph, 1908

Box 15   Folder 20

Review of Henri Bergson's L'Evolution Creatrice, Paris; 1907, holograph, incomplete, 21 pp., 1907

Box 15   Folder 21

Review of Warner Fite's Individualism; Four Lectures on the Significance of Consciousness for Social Relations, New York, London; Longmans, Green & Co., 1911. Holograph draft, 18 pp. Also, typescript carbon, 8 pp.; and galley proofs, Psychological Bulletin, 1911

Box 15   Folder 22

Review of B. M. Anderson, Jr., Social Value; A Study in Economic Theory; Critical and Constructive, Boston and New York; Houghton, Mifflin Co., 1911. Holograph draft marked or printer's copy, 13 pp., 1911

Box 15   Folder 23

Review, Human nature and Conduct. By John Dewey, typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink and pencil, 7 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 24

Review of Lasswitz' Die moderne Energetik in ihrer Bedeutung für die Erkenntniss Kritik. Begins; "The author adds in these articles another chapter to his history of modern atomism." Holograph, 10 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 25

Review of Thoughts of a Psychiatrist on the War and After by William A. White, M. D., TD; "The Conceptions Potent in Life Today," TD, undated

Box 15   Folder 26

Review of The Domain of Natural Science by E. W. Hobson, TD"The Function of the Settlement in the Community" (TD), undated

Subseries 4: Reports

Box 15   Folder 27

Reports and Agreements, 1911

  • Hart, Schaffner and Marx Labor Agreement; Mead's notes, holograph, 4 pp.
  • Letter; Raymond Robins to Mead, January 28, 1911, and enclosed copy of January 14, 1911, agreement Grievances against the Association Houses, typescript, 2 pp
  • Draft report of the Subcommittee of the Citizens Committee
  • Holograph, 7 pp. Signed by Mead, Sophonisba Breckinridge and Anna B. Nicholes. Report of the Subcommittee, Mead and Sophonisba Breckinridge, two carbon copies, 15 pp. each
Box 15   Folder 28

Untitled MS re; proposal for central statistical bureau to coordinate the findings of various agencies on Chicago's social conditions, Holograph, incomplete, 9 pp., undated

Box 15   Folder 29

Untitled report on vocational training. Typescript, 12 pp., 1912

Box 15   Folder 30

A Report on Vocational Training in Chicago and Other Cities, by a Sub-Committee [Ernest A. Wreidt, William J. Bogan, and GHM] of the Committee on Public Education of the City Club of Chicago (Chicago; U of C Press, 1912). Chapter I, miscellaneous manuscript fragments. Typescript, 4 pp.; typescript carbon, 18 pp., 1912

Box 15   Folder 31

A Report on Vocational Training in Chicago and Other Cities, by a Sub-Committee [Ernest A. Wreidt, William J. Bogan, and GHM] of the Committee on Public Education of the City Club of Chicago (Chicago; U of C Press, 1912). Chapter V, miscellaneous manuscript fragments. Typescript, 5 pp.; typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink and pencil, 5 pp., 1912

Box 15   Folder 32

A Report on Vocational Training in Chicago and Other Cities, by a Sub-Committee [Ernest A. Wreidt, William J. Bogan, and GHM] of the Committee on Public Education of the City Club of Chicago (Chicago; U of C Press, 1912). Chapter V, manuscript fragment. Typescript carbon, 3 pp., 1912

Box 15   Folder 33

A Report on Vocational Training in Chicago and Other Cities, by a Sub-Committee [Ernest A. Wreidt, William J. Bogan, and GHM] of the Committee on Public Education of the City Club of Chicago (Chicago; U of C Press, 1912). Chapter X, manuscript by Walter C. Campbell, special investigator. Typescript carbon, 22 pp. Also, covering letter from Campbell to the Committee, holograph, 1 p., 1912

Box 16   Folder 1

Report of a subcommittee of the Committee on the Chicago Board of Education and Teaching Federation. Begins; "The Vice President of the Board of Education, Mr. Eckhart, in statements of the 7th and 8th..." Typescript carbon, 8 pp., undated

Box 16   Folder 2

Report of the Committee on Public Education on vocational training in high schools, [1913]. Begins; "Your committee instructed two years ago to make a survey of the various agencies involved in educating..." Typescript carbon with hlograph corrections in ink, 8 pp., undated

  • Subseries V: Writings by Others
Box 16   Folder 3

Addams, Jane. "Charity and Social Justice." Typescript carbon with holograph corrections in pencil, 27 pp., undated

Box 16   Folder 4

Anonymous. "Education through Activity, Behavior, Expression." Typescript carbon with holograph corrections and drawings in ink, 182 pp., undated

Box 16   Folder 5

Anonymous. Eulogy for Gordon Dewey. Typescript carbon, 8 pp., undated

Box 16   Folder 6

Anonymous. "Mr. Lowell's College," Typescript with holograph corrections in ink, 19 pp., undated

Box 16   Folder 7

J. Baumann, Einführung in die Pädagogik, Leipzig, 1890

Box 16   Folder 8

Chamberlain, Thomas C. "The Reform of the Calendar." Reprint from Science. N.S., XXXII, November 25, 1910

Box 16   Folder 9

Dewey, John, Reconstruction in Philosophy, with notes by Mead, 1920

Box 16   Folder 10

Jürgen Bona Meyer, Aristoteles Thierkunde; Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Zoologie, Physiologie, und alten Philosophie, Berlin, 1855

Box 16   Folder 11

Robinson, James Harvey. "The Background of History." Typescript carbon with holograph corrections in pencil, 28 pp., undated

Box 16   Folder 12

Talbert, Ernest L. Opportunities in School and Industry for Children of the Stockyards District (Chicago; U of C Press, 1912). Typescript with holograph corrections in ink and pencil, 96 pp., undated

Box 16   Folder 13

Yoshioka, Gen-ichiro. "A Semantic Study of the Verbs of Doing and Making in the Indo-European Languages." Typescript carbon with holograph corrections in ink, 34 pp., undated