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Paul Langdon Ward (AC 1933) Papers, 1926-1998
11.5 Linear feet (11 record storage boxes, 1 archives box)
Collection number: MA.00327

Abstract:
The Paul Langdon Ward (AC 1933) Papers contain primarily the professional papers of Ward during his many decades as an educator, including copies of speeches and papers he prepared as well as correspondence with colleagues. A small section of the papers relates to Ward's early life as the son of medical missionaries in the Middle East as well as his school years in the United States.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to the Paul Langdon Ward (AC 1933) Papers for research use. Particularly fragile items may be restricted for preservation purposes.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Paul Langdon Ward (AC 1933) Papers should be directed to the Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

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Biographical Note

Born to medical missionary parents Edwin and Charlotte Ward in Turkey in 1911, Paul Langdon Ward spent much of his childhood in the Middle East. He moved to the United States in 1926 and finished his secondary education at Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts. He went on to earn his Bachelor of Arts from Amherst College in 1933 and his Doctorate in History from Harvard University in 1940.

Ward taught briefly at Russell Sage College (1941-42) followed by a four-year position as a researcher at the United States Department of State. In 1946, Ward moved to China to teach History at Huachung University. Due to increasing hostility toward foreigners in China following the Communist takeover, Ward and his family left the country in 1950.

After returning to the United States, Ward taught History at Colby College in Maine (1951-53) and then chaired the History Department at the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pennsylvania from 1953-60. From 1960-65, he served as President of Sarah Lawrence College in New York.

From 1965 until 1974, Ward was Executive Secretary of the American Historical Association. He chaired various committees whose aim was to improve history instruction in secondary schools and make higher education more accessible to minority students.

After retiring in 1974, Ward became actively involved in the Joint Commission on Peace, an Episcopalian group designed to protest the Arms Race during the Cold War era. He returned to China in the 1980s and began an oral history project to document the successes and failures of missionary activity there.

Ward died on November 13, 2005.

Scope and Content Note

The collection contains Paul Ward’s personal papers, including copies of speeches, lecture notes, transcripts of committee meetings, professional correspondence, and meeting minutes from Ward’s work at various colleges and universities, as well as correspondence about and meeting minutes from the American Historical Association. The collection also includes extensive research notes, facsimiles, manuscript drafts, correspondence, and book reviews concerning Tudor England and constitutional monarchy. The collection contains many of Ward’s own publications, as well as five rare books (ca. 1600s) catalogued separately.

The papers are organized into 3 series:

  • 1. Personal and professional papers (boxes 1-8)
  • 2. English History research materials (boxes 9 and 10)
  • 3. Publications (boxes 11 and 12)

Series Descriptions:

Series 1, PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL PAPERS

Includes lecture notes, speeches, personal and professional correspondence, diaries, meeting transcripts, and records of Ward’s academic and administrative activities. The papers are arranged chronologically (from 1926 to 1998) and are grouped by institution.

Series 2, ENGLISH HISTORY RESEARCH MATERIALS

Consists of two boxes of Ward’s research on English government generally and William Lambarde, one of the first historians of early modern Europe, in particular. One box contains Ward’s notes, transcriptions, and publications and another contains the microfilm and negatives collected for his research.

Series 3, PUBLICATIONS

Includes copies of Ward’s many publications on English legal history, higher education, the importance of history as a discipline, and the disarmament movement. This series also includes many of Ward’s book reviews, and the correspondence regarding such reviews.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

There is no restriction on access to the Paul Langdon Ward (AC 1933) Papers for research use. Particularly fragile items may be restricted for preservation purposes.

Restrictions on use:

Requests for permission to publish material from the Paul Langdon Ward (AC 1933) Papers should be directed to the Archives and Special Collections. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection: [Identification of item], in the Paul Langdon Ward (AC 1933) Papers, Box [#], Folder [#], Amherst College Archives and Special Collections, Amherst College Library.

History of the Collection

Gift of John Chapman Ward (AC 1966)


Additional Information
Contact Information
Amherst College Archives and Special Collections
Robert Frost Library
PO Box 5000
Amherst, MA 01002-5000

Phone: (413) 542-2299
Fax: (413) 542-2692

Email Reference Form: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives/askus
URL: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives
Language
English
Related Materials at Amherst College

Alumni Biographical File -- Ward, Paul L. (AC 1933)

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Mark Hopkins Ward (AC 1906) Papers

Dora Judd Mattoon Ward Papers

Journals of Edwin and Isabella Bliss

Ruth Ward Beach Family Papers

Biographical files for Ward alumni

Catalogued Books

Includes five books on English legal and political history that Ward used in his historical research. These books are catalogued separately from the rest of the Papers, and can be found by using the catalogue. The books are:

1. Sir Thomas Elyot, The Boke Named the Governor (London: 1557).

2. Jean Bodin, Les six livres de la république (Paris: Chez Iacques du Puys, 1576).

3. William Lambard, Eirenarcha or the Office of the Justices of peace (with) The Duties of Constables, Borsholders, Tythingmen, and such other Lowe and Lay Ministers of the Peace (London: 1614).

4. Sir Thomas Smith, The Commonwealth of England (London: Printed by Will. Stansby for J. Smethwicke, 1635).

5. William Lambarde, A Perambulation of Kent, Conteining the Description, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shyre (Chatham: W. Burrill, 1826).


Contents List
Series 1: Personal and Professional Papers
1926-1995

Box Boxes 1-8
Box 1: Biographical and professional materials
1926-1952

Box 1
Souvenirs from Beirut (1 of 2)
ca. 1926

Box 1: folder 1
Souvenirs from Beirut (2 of 2)
ca. 1926

Box 1: folder 2
“Memories of a Childhood in the Middle East” and “Swimming Holes of My Childhood”
n.d.

Box 1: folder 3
Early diaries while in the Middle East
1927-1929

Box 1: folder 4
Address book and Ledger
ca. 1927

Box 1: folder 5
Photo album of Syria
ca. 1927

Box 1: folder 6
Deerfield Academy Souvenirs (1 of 2)
1927-1929

Box 1: folder 7
Deerfield Academy Souvenirs (2 of 2)
1927-1929

Box 1: folder 8
Amherst Mementos (1 of 2)
1929-1933

Box 1: folder 9
Amherst Mementos (2 of 2)
1929-1933

Box 1: folder 10
Camp Dudley photos and newsletters
1931-1934

Box 1: folder 11
Professional photograph, taken in Needham, Mass.
ca. 1933

Box 1: folder 12
Educational materials from Harvard
1933-1934

Box 1: folder 13
Harvard Taylor Seminar
1934

Box 1: folder 14
Educational materials from Harvard
1934-1935

Box 1: folder 15
Social Science Research Council application
1935

Box 1: folder 16
Harvard mementos
1935-1936

Box 1: folder 17
Harvard mementos
1936-1937

Box 1: folder 18
Harvard mementos
1938-1939

Box 1: folder 19
Doctoral thesis (Part I)
1940

Box 1: folder 20
Doctoral thesis (Part II)
1940

Box 1: folder 21
Doctoral thesis (Part III)
1940

Box 1: folder 22
Medieval course taught at Harvard
1941-1942

Box 1: folder 23
“Opus” and related notes
ca. 1941

Box 1: folder 24
Final outline of “Opus”
ca. 1941

Box 1: folder 25
“A Liberal Constitutionalist Theory of Society,” Draft I
ca. 1941

Box 1: folder 26
“A Liberal Constitutionalist Theory of Society,” Draft II
ca. 1941

Box 1: folder 27
“A Liberal Constitutionalist Theory of Society,” Draft III
ca. 1941

Box 1: folder 28
Summary, “A Liberal Constitutionalist Theory of Society,”
ca. 1941

Box 1: folder 29
“A Central Element in the Theory: Faulting”
ca. 1941

Box 1: folder 30
“Christianity and Crisis, A Biweekly Journal of Christian Opinion”
1946 Sep 16

Box 1: folder 31
Documents regarding Department of State position
1947

Box 1: folder 32
Documents regarding teaching at Huachung University
ca. 1946

Box 1: folder 33
Documents from Hong Kong period
1949-1950

Box 1: folder 34
Wuchang business letters
1947-1951

Box 1: folder 35
Course on European Revival, 1100 AD
1948

Box 1: folder 36
Protestant Episcopal Church National Council, “Far Eastern Bulletin No. 21”
1949 Nov

Box 1: folder 37
Correspondence regarding Communist takeover and evacuations from China
1947-1952

Box 1: folder 38
Box 2: Professional papers
1950-1960

Box 2
Documents regarding Ward’s evacuation from China
1950-1953

Box 2: folder 1
Untitled manuscript in Ward’s hand
ca. 1950

Box 2: folder 2
Documents regarding Ward’s search for a job
1950

Box 2: folder 3
Mementos
1950-1951

Box 2: folder 4
Scholarly activities and book reviews
1950-1955

Box 2: folder 5
Gabrielson Lecture: “The Chinese Communists and Their Technique of Control”
1951 Mar 1

Box 2: folder 6
“Christ Look Upon Us in This City,” missionary magazine for South China
1951 Oct

Box 2: folder 7
General courses at Colby College
1951-1953

Box 2: folder 8
Freshman classes at Colby College
1951-1953

Box 2: folder 9
History 323 (Early Modern Europe) at Colby College
1951-1953

Box 2: folder 10
Course on Modern Europe at Colby College
1951-1953

Box 2: folder 11
Course on the Renaissance
1952

Box 2: folder 12
Medieval history at Colby College
1952-1953

Box 2: folder 13
Miscellaneous documents from Colby College
1951-1953

Box 2: folder 14
Seabury House consultation on China missionary work
1953

Box 2: folder 15
Pittsburg Souvenirs (1 of 3)
1953-1960

Box 2: folder 16
Pittsburg Souvenirs (2 of 3)
1953-1960

Box 2: folder 17
Pittsburg Souvenirs (3 of 3)
1953-1960

Box 2: folder 18
Application to Carnegie Institute of Technology
1953

Box 2: folder 19
“Cooperative Seminar on History Teaching” at Carnegie
ca. 1953

Box 2: folder 20
Lambarde article reprint and corresponding letters
1953

Box 2: folder 21
Carnegie History Department annual reports
1953-1960

Box 2: folder 22
Reviews of historian J. Huizinga and corresponding letters
1951, 1954

Box 2: folder 23
Advanced Placement (AP) Program analysis
1952-1961

Box 2: folder 24
Revisions of History courses at Carnegie
1953-1959

Box 2: folder 25
Faculty Christian Fellowship, History Research Committee
1953-1960

Box 2: folder 26
Projects with E.D. Smith and Allen Gilmore
1953-1967

Box 2: folder 27
Items from trip to England
1954

Box 2: folder 28
Correspondence while in England
1954

Box 2: folder 29
Background information on History department at Carnegie
1954

Box 2: folder 30
History of the Humanities and Social Sciences at Carnegie
1954

Box 2: folder 31
Course notes, “Problems in Human Relations”
1955 Jan

Box 2: folder 32
Correspondence with E.D. Smith
1954-1957

Box 2: folder 33
Courses on historical method and historiography
1954-1960

Box 2: folder 34
Box 3: Professional papers
1955-1998

Box 3
D.C. Heath & Comp., “Problem Books” Project
1955-1959

Box 3: folder 1
Committee on Religious Activities
1956-1960

Box 3: folder 2
Projects with Provost Smith at Carnegie
1953-1960

Box 3: folder 3
“On Butterfield,” paper delivered to the History Working Group
1957 Feb

Box 3: folder 4
“A New Look at Machiavelli”
ca. 1957

Box 3: folder 5
Proposals and suggestions for improving the History Department at Carnegie
1958-1959

Box 3: folder 6
Society for Religion in Higher Education, “Week of Work”
1958-1974

Box 3: folder 7
Planning the “Book of Readings Project”
1959-1963

Box 3: folder 8
Carnegie Institute of Technology Educational Papers
1959 Jul

Box 3: folder 9
“Communist Tactics in China, 1924-27” and corresponding letters
ca. 1960

Box 3: folder 10
Faculty Christian Fellowship papers
1959-1960

Box 3: folder 11
Miscellaneous lectures given at Carnegie
1953-1960

Box 3: folder 12
Bronxville Souvenirs (1 of 4)
1960-1962

Box 3: folder 13
Bronxville Souvenirs (2 of 4)
1960-1962

Box 3: folder 14
Bronxville Souvenirs (3 of 4)
1963-1965

Box 3: folder 15
Bronxville Souvenirs (4 of 4)
1963-1965

Box 3: folder 16
Sarah Lawrence inauguration
1960 May 8

Box 3: folder 17
Presidential addresses at Sarah Lawrence
1960-1965

Box 3: folder 18
Congratulatory letters
1960

Box 3: folder 19
Bloomington Talk on Research and Teaching
1960

Box 3: folder 20
“Historians and Philosophers’ Theories About History”
1960 Jun 30

Box 3: folder 21
“Some Observations About Effective Introductory Teaching”
1960

Box 3: folder 22
Newspaper clippings about Sarah Lawrence
1960-1961

Box 3: folder 23
Presidential activities
1960-1965

Box 3: folder 24
Miscellaneous talks as President of Sarah Lawrence
1960-1965

Box 3: folder 25
Sarah Lawrence financial dealings
1960-1965

Box 3: folder 26
Articles and letters regarding religion and education
1960-1965

Box 3: folder 27
Correspondence with Thomas Mendenhall
1961-1998

Box 3: folder 28
“Bringing the True Image of America to New Nations”
1961 Apr 10

Box 3: folder 29
Report of the President to the Board of Trustees
1961 May 9

Box 3: folder 30
“The Role of Alumnae as Part of Their College”
1962 Mar 27

Box 3: folder 31
“Something New in History”
1962 May 2

Box 3: folder 32
“The 1960s” Fin de Siècle with a Difference”
1962 May 9

Box 3: folder 33
“The Relationship between History and the Social Sciences”
1962 Aug 16

Box 3: folder 34
“Foreign Missions Yesterday- Peace Corps Today”
1962 Dec 5

Box 3: folder 35
American Historical Association (AHA) Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois
1962 Dec 27

Box 3: folder 36
Lectures and articles on History as an academic discipline
1962-1964

Box 3: folder 37
Box 4: Professional papers
1962-1967

Box 4
Work with Episcopal Church
1962-1965

Box 4: folder 1
“Unfinished Business in Higher Education”
1964 Sep

Box 4: folder 2
Seminar on the Improvement of Social Studies Curriculum, Stanford University
1963 Jul

Box 4: folder 3
Transcript of informal meeting on teaching History
1964 Feb 8

Box 4: folder 4
“Reflections on Giving Students a Feeling for History”
1964

Box 4: folder 5
“Columbus and the Winds”
1964

Box 4: folder 6
“Historical Perspectives: Guild of Scholars”
1964 Nov 16

Box 4: folder 7
Report of the President to the Board of Trustees
1964 Nov 17

Box 4: folder 8
Danforth Workshop on Liberal Arts Education
1964

Box 4: folder 9
Danforth Workshop on Liberal Arts Education
1964-1965

Box 4: folder 10
“The Peculiar Moral Element in Modern Imperialism”
1964-1967

Box 4: folder 11
Visiting Committee for the Department of History, Harvard University
1965-1971

Box 4: folder 12
“In Celebration of Magna Carta and the United Nations”
1965

Box 4: folder 13
Association for Higher Education, 20th National Conference
1965 Mar 10

Box 4: folder 14
“The Medieval Administrator” and related correspondence
1965 Nov 19

Box 4: folder 15
Sarah Lawrence Convocation
1965 Jun 2

Box 4: folder 16
Correspondence regarding speaking engagements
1960-1965

Box 4: folder 17
Sarah Lawrence personal correspondence, A-F
1960-1965

Box 4: folder 18
Sarah Lawrence personal correspondence, G-L
1960-1965

Box 4: folder 19
Sarah Lawrence personal correspondence, M-R
1960-1965

Box 4: folder 20
Sarah Lawrence personal correspondence, S-Z
1960-1965

Box 4: folder 21
Applying for American Historical Association position
1960-1964

Box 4: folder 22
Souvenirs from Alexandria (1 of 8)
1965-1971

Box 4: folder 23
Souvenirs from Alexandria (2 of 8)
1965-1971

Box 4: folder 24
Souvenirs from Alexandria (3 of 8)
1965-1971

Box 4: folder 25
Souvenirs from Alexandria (4 of 8)
1965-1971

Box 4: folder 26
Souvenirs from Alexandria (5 of 8)
1971-1977

Box 4: folder 27
Souvenirs from Alexandria (6 of 8)
1971-1977

Box 4: folder 28
Souvenirs from Alexandria (7 of 8)
1971-1977

Box 4: folder 29
Souvenirs from Alexandria (8 of 8)
1971-1977

Box 4: folder 30
Correspondence regarding American Historical Association position
1965-1973

Box 4: folder 31
Congratulatory letters, American Historical Association post
1965

Box 4: folder 32
“The Art of Historical Questions”
1965 Jul 17

Box 4: folder 33
National Defense Education Act, Institution Evaluations
1965

Box 4: folder 34
Summer Institute in History
1966

Box 4: folder 35
Review, "Centuries of Childhood"
1966

Box 4: folder 36
Papers from History and Theory Conference
1966-1967

Box 4: folder 37
Papers from work with Overseas Mission Society
1966-1978

Box 4: folder 38
“Should History Be Cherished?”
1967 Mar

Box 4: folder 39
Articles on history and the social sciences
1967

Box 4: folder 40
“The Dutch Enter the Caribbean”
1967

Box 4: folder 41
Work with the Church-Social Relations Committee
1967-1968

Box 4: folder 42
Box 5: Professional papers
1967-1976

Box 5
Work with Catalyst, a Women’s Rights group
1967-1969

Box 5: folder 1
AHA Feature Film Project (1 of 2)
1967-1974

Box 5: folder 2
AHA Feature Film Project (2 of 2)
1967-1974

Box 5: folder 3
Special meeting transcript, Transition to Teaching (TTT) National Advisory Committee c.1
1968 Jun

Box 5: folder 4
Special meeting transcript, Transition to Teaching (TTT) National Advisory Committee c.2
1968 Jun

Box 5: folder 5
“Colonialism and Paternalism in the Disciplines”
1968 Sep 20

Box 5: folder 6
“The American Way of Life” Project
1968

Box 5: folder 7
American Historical Association Committee on Teaching
1968-1972

Box 5: folder 8
“The Theory of Learning”
1969 May

Box 5: folder 9
“Five Levels of Incompetence”
1969 Jun 10

Box 5: folder 10
Review of Elton’s "The Practice of History"
1969

Box 5: folder 11
Correspondence with John Dixon
1969-1979

Box 5: folder 12
Interim report on Lowenheim case
ca. 1970

Box 5: folder 13
“The Use of Consultation by College and University Presidents”
1970

Box 5: folder 14
“The Art of Teaching and Learning”
1970

Box 5: folder 15
“History as Therapy”
1970

Box 5: folder 16
Miscellaneous correspondence and newspaper clippings
1970

Box 5: folder 17
Papers on Black Studies debate
1970-1972

Box 5: folder 18
Correspondence with Lawrence Cremin
1970-1974

Box 5: folder 19
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1970 Sep

Box 5: folder 20
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1970 Dec

Box 5: folder 21
“History on Film and Screen”
1971

Box 5: folder 22
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1971 Jan

Box 5: folder 23
Lecture, “Why History?”
1971 Mar 5

Box 5: folder 24
Final Report of the Committee on the Status of Women in the Historical Profession
1971 May 25

Box 5: folder 25
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1971 Jun

Box 5: folder 26
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1971 Sep

Box 5: folder 27
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1971 Dec

Box 5: folder 28
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1972 Apr

Box 5: folder 29
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1972 Sep

Box 5: folder 30
American Historical Association Moscow Conference
1972 Oct

Box 5: folder 31
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1972 Dec

Box 5: folder 32
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1973 Apr

Box 5: folder 33
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1973 May

Box 5: folder 34
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1973 Sep

Box 5: folder 35
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1973 Dec

Box 5: folder 36
Correspondence with Denis Detwiler
1973-1976

Box 5: folder 37
American Historical Association Council Meeting
1974 Mar

Box 5: folder 38
Discipline enrollments
1974

Box 5: folder 39
Junior ROTC Program
1974 Nov

Box 5: folder 40
Macmillan textbook project
1974-1975

Box 5: folder 41
Articles and correspondence on History and Economics as interrelated disciplines
1974

Box 5: folder 42
“History and the Competency-Based Education Movement”
ca. 1974

Box 5: folder 43
Miscellaneous book reviews
1974-1977

Box 5: folder 44
Reflections on Carnegie Seminar
1974

Box 5: folder 45
Souvenirs from American Historical Association position
1965-1974

Box 5: folder 46
Plans after leaving American Historical Association
1974-1975

Box 5: folder 47
Correspondence with Gene Asher
1974-1998

Box 5: folder 48
Box 6: Professional papers
1975-1987

Box 6
“Councils in Action”
1975

Box 6: folder 1
Department of State workshop
1975

Box 6: folder 2
Trade Winds Project, Smith College
1975

Box 6: folder 3
Work with the Society for Religion in Higher Education
1975

Box 6: folder 4
‘Probing the Bachelor Degree Statistics”
1976

Box 6: folder 5
Society for Values in Higher Education, assessment of liberal arts colleges
1975-1976

Box 6: folder 6
Educational Change Project
1975-1977

Box 6: folder 7
Papers concerning Lilly Endowment
1975-1978

Box 6: folder 8
Papers from Society for Values in Higher Education
1975-1978

Box 6: folder 9
Papers regarding a review of "New Directions in European Historiography"
1976

Box 6: folder 10
Arms Race government publications
1976

Box 6: folder 11
Undergraduate teaching conference
1976

Box 6: folder 12
Information and correspondence regarding Bishop Paddock
1976-1987

Box 6: folder 13
Review of Manelbaum’s "The Anatomy of Historical Knowledge"
1977

Box 6: folder 14
Society for Values in Higher Education, Wingspread Conference
1977

Box 6: folder 15
“Releasing Energies for Learning”
1977

Box 6: folder 16
Seabury House Conference
1977 Sep

Box 6: folder 17
“Museums as History: Beyond the Field Trip,” American Historical Association project
1977 Dec

Box 6: folder 18
Correspondence regarding House of Commons Research
1977-1985

Box 6: folder 19
Souvenirs (1 of 3)
1978-85

Box 6: folder 20
Souvenirs (2 of 3)
1978-85

Box 6: folder 21
Souvenirs (3 of 3)
1978-85

Box 6: folder 22
Society for Values in Higher Education, “Europe’s Conquest of the Sea Lanes”
1978

Box 6: folder 23
“William Fleetwood and Lambarde’s 'Archeion'”
1978

Box 6: folder 24
“Context of American Attitudes to Philanthropic-Religious Outreach”
1978

Box 6: folder 25
“Education’s Role in Recent Social Changes”
1978

Box 6: folder 26
Work with the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church
1978-1979

Box 6: folder 27
Work with the magazine of the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church
1978-1982

Box 6: folder 28
“Growth in Moral Perception: The Dilemmas of Education” and other works regarding theology and education
1979

Box 6: folder 29
“Growth in Moral Perception: The Dilemmas of Education” and other works regarding theology and education
1979

Box 6: folder 30
Speeches given on trip to Idaho
ca. 1979

Box 6: folder 31
Correspondence and newspaper clippings regarding early years of the Joint Commission on Peace (JCP)
1979-1981

Box 6: folder 32
Joint Commission on Peace
1979-1981

Box 6: folder 33
Joint Commission on Peace
1981-1983

Box 6: folder 34
“Thoughts on the Joint Commission on Peace”
1980 Jan 3

Box 6: folder 35
“God, Man, and the Armament Race:” a sermon by Canon Michael Hamilton
1980 Sep 21

Box 6: folder 36
“What Confronts Peace-Making: A Clarification”
1980 Nov 12

Box 6: folder 37
Various Joint Commission on Peace drafts
1980

Box 6: folder 38
Papers regarding review of F. Fitzgerald’s "America Revised"
1980

Box 6: folder 39
“The Values of History for Students”
1980

Box 6: folder 40
Box 7: Professional papers
1980-1998

Box 7
Council for Basic Education Commission (1 of 2)
1980-1981

Box 7: folder 1
Council for Basic Education Commission (2 of 2)
1980-1981

Box 7: folder 2
Work with Arms Race Group
1980-1985

Box 7: folder 3
Correspondence with G.F.S Gray
1980-1998

Box 7: folder 4
“The Idealism of the Chinese Communists”
1985

Box 7: folder 5
“The Troublesome Difference Among Modes of Knowledge”
1981

Box 7: folder 6
“The Role of Imagination in History”
1981

Box 7: folder 7
Drafts for the Joint Commission on Peace
1981

Box 7: folder 8
Joint Commission on Peace draft resolutions
1981

Box 7: folder 9
Drafts for the Joint Commission on Peace report
1983-1985

Box 7: folder 10
“To Make Peace: the Report of the Joint Commission on Peace"
ca. 1981

Box 7: folder 11
Joint Commission on Peace activities
1981

Box 7: folder 12
Newspaper clippings and correspondence regarding the public opinion of the Joint Commission on Peace
1981-1983

Box 7: folder 13
Joint Commission on Peace review (1 of 2)
1981-1983

Box 7: folder 14
Joint Commission on Peace review (2 of 2)
1981-1983

Box 7: folder 15
Steve Mitchell project
1981-1983

Box 7: folder 16
Joint Commission on Peace records
1982

Box 7: folder 17
Princeton Peace Conference
1982 Apr 16

Box 7: folder 18
Princeton Peace Conference, list and information on participants
1982 Apr 16

Box 7: folder 19
Princeton Peace Conference minutes
1982 Apr 16

Box 7: folder 20
Princeton Peace Conference records
1982 Apr 16

Box 7: folder 21
Work and correspondence with Henry Morrison
1982-1986

Box 7: folder 22
Drafts of “A Trial Balloon on War and Peace”
1981

Box 7: folder 23
Final copy, “A Trial Balloon on War and Peace as Moral Issues for Christians”
1983 Jan

Box 7: folder 24
Travel diary documenting trip to China
1983

Box 7: folder 25
Photographs from China trip
1983

Box 7: folder 26
Letters and souvenirs from China trip
1983

Box 7: folder 27
National Conference on Renewal, Ministry, and Evangelism
1983 Nov 9

Box 7: folder 28
Biographical information on C.H. McIlwain
1983

Box 7: folder 29
“Lessons from the Peace Movement”
1983 Nov

Box 7: folder 30
Anti-nuclear weapons activities, 1983-84
1983-1984

Box 7: folder 31
Correspondence with Huachung residents
1983-1988

Box 7: folder 32
Correspondence with Bruce Kimball
1983-1990

Box 7: folder 33
Joint Commission on Peace draft of “Deterrence”
1984

Box 7: folder 34
Dayton Peace Conference
1984 May

Box 7: folder 35
Box 8: Professional papers
1984-1998

Box 8
Review, "Substance and Form in History"
1984

Box 8: folder 1
Joint Commission on Peace meeting minutes and records
1984-1985

Box 8: folder 2
Correspondence with friends in China
1984-1994

Box 8: folder 3
China mission oral history project, preliminary budget and grant request
1984-1985

Box 8: folder 4
China Mission Oral History project (1 of 2)
1984-1985

Box 8: folder 5
China Mission Oral History project (2 of 2)
1985-1991

Box 8: folder 6
Correspondence with Cynthia McLean, researcher for Oral History Project
1984-1995

Box 8: folder 7
Correspondence with Charles Long, researcher for Oral History Project
1995-1998

Box 8: folder 8
Joint Commission on Peace General Convention
1985

Box 8: folder 9
Non-Violent War Resistance Meeting
1985 Jan

Box 8: folder 10
Review, "Peace Thinking in a Warring World"
1985

Box 8: folder 11
“Philosopher Malgré Moi”
1985

Box 8: folder 12
“Studying History”
1985

Box 8: folder 13
Final revisions to “Deterrence”
1985 Sep

Box 8: folder 14
Executive Council of the Episcopal Church, “Resolution on Central America”
1985

Box 8: folder 15
Holyoke Peace Conference
1985

Box 8: folder 16
Draft of “Nuclear Dilemma”
1985

Box 8: folder 17
Published edition of “Nuclear Dilemma”
1985

Box 8: folder 18
"A Collection of Painting and Calligraphy"
1985

Box 8: folder 19
Souvenirs (1 of 3)
1986-1984

Box 8: folder 20
Souvenirs (2 of 3)
1986-1984

Box 8: folder 21
Souvenirs (3 of 3)
1986-1984

Box 8: folder 22
Maps of China
1986

Box 8: folder 23
China Project
1986-1987

Box 8: folder 24
Correspondence with Huachung residents
1986-1988

Box 8: folder 25
Correspondence with members of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship
1987

Box 8: folder 26
History of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship
ca. 1987

Box 8: folder 27
Hartwick Paper: “Leadership Takes Counsel: A Historical Inquiry”
1988

Box 8: folder 28
“The Voice of Conscience: A Loud and Unusual Noise?”
1989 Fall

Box 8: folder 29
Papers on disinformation
1989

Box 8: folder 30
Scholarship on church missions
ca. 1989

Box 8: folder 31
Papers regarding Anglicans in China
ca. 1989

Box 8: folder 32
Correspondence with Richard Henry Brown
1989

Box 8: folder 33
“History’s Potential for Assisting Commitment” c. 1
1990

Box 8: folder 34
“History’s Potential for Assisting Commitment” c. 2
1990

Box 8: folder 35
Articles and notes on Royal Consultations
ca. 1990

Box 8: folder 36
Correspondence with Merrimon Cunningham
1992

Box 8: folder 37
Correspondence with Leslie Fairfield
1992-1995

Box 8: folder 38
Correspondence with Thomas Bisson
1961-1993

Box 8: folder 39
Myers-Briggs Personality Tests
1993

Box 8: folder 40
Correspondence with J.H. Hexter
1958-1996

Box 8: folder 41
Correspondence with Stanley N. Katz
1997

Box 8: folder 42
Miscellaneous book reviews and published work
n.d.

Box 8: folder 43
Personal papers: CVs, applications, employment forms
n.d.

Box 8: folder 44
Series 2: English History Research Materials
1935-1995

Box Boxes 9-10
Box 9: Research notes, transcriptions, correspondence
1935-1995


Basic texts and notes on coronation ceremonies
ca. 1935

Box 9: folder 1
Research on English coronation ceremonies
ca. 1935

Box 9: folder 2
Coronations- Edgar Ordo
ca. 1935

Box 9: folder 3
Research on French coronation ceremonies
ca. 1935

Box 9: folder 4
Miscellaneous research notes
1941-1942

Box 9: folder 5
Lambarde Research (1 of 5)
n.d.

Box 9: folder 6
Lambarde Research (2 of 5)
n.d.

Box 9: folder 7
Lambarde Research (3 of 5)
n.d.

Box 9: folder 8
Lambarde Research (4 of 5)
n.d.

Box 9: folder 9
Lambarde Research (5 of 5)
n.d.

Box 9: folder 10
Research on Francis Drake and related correspondence
n.d.

Box 9: folder 11
Correspondence with Nick Knight regarding research on early England
ca. 1970

Box 9: folder 12
Correspondence regarding Lambarde research (1 of 3)
1950-1977

Box 9: folder 13
Correspondence regarding Lambarde research (2 of 3)
1950-1977

Box 9: folder 14
Correspondence regarding Lambarde research (3 of 3)
1950-1977

Box 9: folder 15
Biographical information on Lambarde
ca. 1940

Box 9: folder 16
Notes on early English Courts of Justice
ca. 1940

Box 9: folder 17
Notes on Sir T. Smith’s De Republica
ca. 1940

Box 9: folder 18
“The Purpose of Sir Thomas Smith’s De Republica Anglorum” [Reprint]
1978

Box 9: folder 19
Preliminary analysis of Lambarde’s "Notes"
ca. 1940

Box 9: folder 20
Evidence on Lambarde’s "Notes"
ca. 1940

Box 9: folder 21
Preliminary draft, “William Lambarde’s Analysis of the Procedures and Privileges of the House of Commons”
ca. 1940

Box 9: folder 22
“Lawrence Nowell, the Antiquary”
ca. 1940

Box 9: folder 23
Work on Lambarde’s "Archeion"
ca. 1940

Box 9: folder 24
Reviews of Ward’s edition of Lambarde’s "Archeion"
1950-1960

Box 9: folder 25
Transcription of Lambarde’s "Discourse" (1577)
n.d.

Box 9: folder 26
Transcription of Lambarde’s "Starre Chamber" (1585)
n.d.

Box 9: folder 27
Microfilm research on early English courts
n.d.

Box 9: folder 28
Transcription of “The Office of Compositions” (1598)
n.d.

Box 9: folder 29
“A List of the Archives of the Lambarde Family”
n.d.

Box 9: folder 30
“An Inquiry into Scholarship’s Political Involvements under Elizabeth I
1973

Box 9: folder 31
“The Making of An Historian: William Lambarde, 1563-68”
ca. 1940

Box 9: folder 32
“The Making of An Historian” c. II
ca. 1940

Box 9: folder 33
Notes on Society of Antiquaries (1590)
n.d.

Box 9: folder 34
Correspondence with Ames & Harvard University Press
1952-1956

Box 9: folder 35
Correspondence with Wesley Stevens
1965-1972

Box 9: folder 36
Correspondence with Retha Warnicke
1972-1993

Box 9: folder 37
Box 10: Note cards; Lambarde research; Microfilm of early English court documents
Ca. 1940


2 boxes of note cards, Lambarde research
ca. 1940

Box 10: folder 1
8 boxes of microfilm, mostly images of rare documents detailing early English courts
ca. 1940

Box 1, reel Microfilm (8 boxes)
Series 3: Publications
1939-1985

Box Boxes 11-12
Box 11: Publications
1939-1975

Box 11
“The Coronation Ceremony in Mediaeval England” in "Speculum"
1939 Apr

Box 11: folder 1
“An Early Version of the Anglo-Saxon Coronation Ceremony”
1942 Jul

Box 11: folder 2
“A Definition of the Historian’s Discipline” in "The Colby Scholar"
1953 Apr

Box 11: folder 3
“William Lambarde’s Collection on Chancery” in "Harvard Library Bulletin"
1953 Fall

Box 11: folder 4
Book review in "The Christian Scholar"
1953 Dec

Box 11: folder 5
“The Christian and History Teaching” in "Religion in Life"
1957 Fall

Box 11: folder 6
Book review in “The Christian Scholar”
1959 Mar

Box 11: folder 7
“A Style of History for Beginners”
1959

Box 11: folder 8
“Teaching Note-Taking to History Students”
1959

Box 11: folder 9
“Robinson Crusoe: The Use of the Novel in a History Course”
1959

Box 11: folder 10
“Teaching the First Ten Assignments”
1959

Box 11: folder 11
Carnegie Institute of Technology, Education Papers
1959

Box 11: folder 12
“Elements of Historical Thinking,” American Historical Association publication
1959

Box 11: folder 13
Commentary in “The Restoration of the Stuarts, Blessing or Disaster?”
1960 Mar 12

Box 11: folder 14
“Pittsburgh Schools”
1961 Jan

Box 11: folder 15
“Liberal Education, Old and New,” Presidential Address at Sarah Lawrence
1963 Jun

Box 11: folder 16
“The Role Education Can Play in Counteracting Delinquency” in “Forum”
1964 Nov 12

Box 11: folder 17
“Women’s Share in College Enrollments” in “Current Issues in Higher Education”
1965

Box 11: folder 18
Book review in “History and Theory”
1965

Box 11: folder 19
“Report of the Executive Secretary for 1965”
1965

Box 11: folder 20
“Should History Be Cherished?”
1967 Mar

Box 11: folder 21
“Christianity and History” in “History and Theory”
1967

Box 11: folder 22
“Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Government Research” (National Foundation for Social Sciences)
1967

Box 11: folder 23
“Clarification of Needs and Formulation of Recommendations”
1967

Box 11: folder 24
"A Pride of Lions"
1968 Sep 19

Box 11: folder 25
Book review in "History and Theory"
1969

Box 11: folder 26
“A Problem to the Theory of Learning”
1969 May

Box 11: folder 27
American Historical Association, History Education Project Newsletter
1969 Dec

Box 11: folder 28
“On the King’s Taking Counsel”
ca. 1970

Box 11: folder 29
“On the King’s Taking Counsel” and related correspondence
ca. 1970

Box 11: folder 30
“The Importance of Teaching”
ca. 1970

Box 11: folder 31
“Confrontation and Learned Societies”
1970

Box 11: folder 32
“Why History?” in the “High School Journal”
1971 Oct

Box 11: folder 33
“Conference on Independent, Privately Supported Libraries”
1971 Feb 25

Box 11: folder 34
“The Awkward Social Science: History” in “Social Science in the Schools”
1971

Box 11: folder 35
Hearing on US government’s information policies and practices
1972 May 8

Box 11: folder 36
“Teaching Strategies for Elementary School Social Sciences”
1972

Box 11: folder 37
“Why History?” in “History Teacher”
1974 Feb

Box 11: folder 38
“Grafting Good Economics onto Basic History Courses” in “Economics in History and the Social Sciences”
1974

Box 11: folder 39
“Councils in Action” in “Comparative Studies in Society and History”
1975 Jan

Box 11: folder 40
Box 12: Publications
1975-1985

Box 12
"International Educational and Cultural Exchange"
1975

Box 12: folder 1
Book review in “History and Theory”
1976

Box 12: folder 2
“William Lambarde’s Notes on the Procedures and Privileges of the House of Commons”
1977

Box 12: folder 3
Book review in “American Association of University Professors”
1977 Nov

Box 12: folder 4
Book review in “CLIO”
1978

Box 12: folder 5
“William Fleetwood & Lambarde’s Archeion” in Notes and Queries
1978 Oct

Box 12: folder 6
“Education’s Role in Recent Social Changes” in the Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church
1978 Dec

Box 12: folder 7
Book review in the “Virginia Seminary Journal”
1978 Nov

Box 12: folder 8
Book review in the “Virginia Seminary Journal”
1980

Box 12: folder 9
“The Troublesome Difference among Modes of Knowledge” in “Soundings”
1981

Box 12: folder 10
“The Idealism of the Chinese Communists” in the “Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church”
1981 Jun

Box 12: folder 11
“The Trial Balloon on War and Peace”
1983

Box 12: folder 12
“Peace Thinking in a Warring World” in “Saint Luke’s Journal of Theology”
1985 Jun

Box 12: folder 13
“Studying History,” American Historical Association publication
1985

Box 12: folder 14
Copies of speeches
1960-1972

Box 12: folder 15
Miscellaneous book reviews
n.d.

Box 12: folder 16

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