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Michael Zuckerman Papers

UPT 50 Z94

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center
Creator:
Zuckerman, Michael, 1939-
Title:
Michael Zuckerman Papers
Date [inclusive]:
1960-2007
Call Number:
UPT 50 Z94
Extent:
37 Cubic feet
Language:
English
ABSTRACT:
Michael Zuckerman graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with an A.B. in 1961 and obtained his Ph.D. in the History of American Civilization from Harvard University in 1967. He started teaching history at Penn in 1965 and was promoted to Assistant Professor in 1967, Associate Professor in 1970, and Professor in 1984. His research interests have focused on American social history and colonial American history. The collection documents the career and achievement of Michael Zuckerman as a history professor and researcher.
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Biography/History

Michael Zuckerman was born in Philadelphia in 1939. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with an A.B. in 1961 and obtained his Ph.D. in the History of American Civilization from Harvard University in 1967. He started teaching history at Penn in 1965 and was promoted to Assistant Professor in 1967, Associate Professor in 1970, and Professor in 1984. His research interests have focused on American social history and colonial American history. His major publications include Peaceable Kingdoms: New England Towns in the Eighteenth Century (1970), Friends and Neighbors: Group Life in America's First Plural Society (1982), Almost Chosen People: Oblique Biographies in the American Grain (1993), and Beyond the Century of the Child: Cultural History and Developmental Psychology (2003). In addition, he has published more than one hundred articles and dozens of book reviews.

Zuckerman has won numerous awards and honors including a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship for 1961-2, a Woodrow Wilson dissertation fellowship for 1964-5, a Social Science Research Council fellowship for 1968, a Senior Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities for 1972-3, an American Council of Learned Societies, a Fulbright, and a Guggenheim fellowship for 1977-8 (all declined), a Rockefeller Foundation fellowship for 1978-9, a Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study fellowship for 1997-8, and a Bellagio Fellowship for 1998. He also received Penn's Lindback Award for teaching. In the spring of 1984, he assumed the directorship of a major history research project for a comprehensive study of "The Transformation of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, 1750 - 1850." The project was supported by enormous grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities from 1983 to 1990 and engaged a large group of researchers from both this country and overseas.

Scope and Contents

The collection documents the career and achievement of Michael Zuckerman as a history professor and researcher.

The collection is divided in two sections: the first section, 15 cubic feet in volume, was processed in 1998; the second section, 22 c.f., was processed in 2009.

The first section has been organized into the following series: Correspondence and administrative files, 1961-1995; Manuscripts, papers and notes, [1957]-1985; Teaching files, 1965-1995; Other professional papers, 1960-1994; and Van Pelt College House Faculty Master file, 1989-1992.

The Correspondence and administrative files include correspondence during his years at Harvard University, records of the Phil-A-KID project (a Hands-on History Workshop for elementary and middle-school-age children), and files recording his activities as member of Penn's University Development Commission and as member of the Council of University Scholars.

The Manuscripts, papers, and notes series consists of manuscripts of two of Zuckerman's projects - After the Revolution: The Smithsonian History of Everyday Life in the Eighteenth Century and Peaceable Kingdoms: New England Towns in the Eighteenth Century - as well as papers written and notes taken while a student.

The Teaching files make up the biggest series of the section. It is divided into these sub-groups: student papers for courses Zuckerman has taught at Penn ranging from History 100 freshman seminars to graduate classes, Senior Honors Theses completed under his guidance, dissertation projects he has advised, and book projects of former students.

The series of Other professional papers includes his editorship of the collection Friends and Neighbors from 1981 to 1982, participation in the National Faculty-Smithsonian Program in Material Culture from 1993 to 1994, reviews of books, articles and grant applications, and directorship of the major NEH project "Transformation of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, 1750-1850."

The Van Pelt College House Faculty Master file records his incumbency of that position from 1989 to 1992. This file, though small, records his cordial relationship with the students as well as his innovative ways in handling this job.

The second section consists of four major groupings as follows:

1. Teaching files, 1976-2007. This series includes Course teaching (with related correspondence), Student papers (with voluminous instructor's comments), Senior Honors theses, Doctoral student file, and History course readings assigned for various courses.

2. Manuscripts and publications, 1970-2007. This series includes Manuscripts and notes of papers for publication or presentation, which constitute by far the largest group in the section; Book reviews; and specific publication projects which includes five books authored or contributed to, namely, Almost Chosen People, Beyond the Century of the Child: Cultural History and Developmental Psychology, Encyclopedia of Community, Encyclopedia of the New American Nation, and Pennsylvania: a History of the Commonwealth. In addition, there is the correspondence of his consultancies on two video series for children - the Colonial Life for Children series by the Library Video Company, and Great Americans for Children by Schlessinger Media.

3. Other professional activities, 1969-2007. A major group in this series is the material on attendance at various formal conferences sponsored by national or international academic/professional institutions, which in most cases, includes comments contributed as panel member on specific sessions. Another major group is the file of Talks and lectures on various less formal occasions. Other professional activities represented in this series are Preceptorial, a file of talks or contributions on certain specific occasions; a project partially sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities entitled "Transformation of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, 1750-1850"; correspondence; Referral/recommendation letters requested; a General file of various subjects; and Clippings of miscellaneous interests.

4. Files of administrative and social activities, 1989-2007, which includes Student advising, Graduate applications, University Scholar Program, and the superintendence of the Van Pelt College House as Faculty Master from 1989 to 1992.

ARRANGEMENT

The collection is divided into two sections. Each section has generally been arranged alphabetically by subject.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center,  1998, revised 2009

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Kaiyi Chen, revised by Mark F. Lloyd

Access Restrictions

Access to collections is granted in accordance with the Protocols for the University Archives and Records Centers. Portions of this collection may be closed.

PROVENANCE

Gift to the University Archives in 1995, 2001 and 2008.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • University of Pennsylvania. School of Arts and Sciences. -- General subdivision--Faculty.;
Form/Genre(s)
  • Drafts.
  • Manuscripts.
Geographic Name(s)
  • United States--History--Research.--1783-1865
  • United States--History--Research.--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775
  • United States--History--Study and teaching.--1783-1865
  • United States--History--Study and teaching.--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775
Occupation(s)
  • Historians--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
Subject(s)
  • History--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.

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Collection Inventory

Correspondence and administrative files, 1961-1995.

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1972-1980.

1 1

Correspondence, Bailyn, Bernard, 1964-1967.

1 2
Correspondence, Harvard University.
Box Folder

1961-1963.

1 3

1965-1966.

1 4
Box Folder

Correspondence, regarding Jay Prize, etc., 1967.

1 5

Correspondence and comments on Roger Kennedy's book on churches, 1981-1987.

1 6

Penn/USIA American Studies Summer Institute, 1992.

1 7
Phil-A-KID project (A Hands-on History Workshop and Dissemination Project for Pennsylvania).
Box Folder

[1981].

1 8

1984, Penn Quester Program.

1 9

1984, Penn Quester Program, applications.

1 10
Student evaluation of Zuckerman's courses.
Box Folder

1975-1988.

1 11

1989-1995.

1 12
Box Folder

Swarthmore College Honors Examination , Questions, 1988.

1 13
Undergraduate curriculum study.
Box Folder

Correspondence, notes, and other related material.

1 14

Report, "The Undergraduate Curriculum: A New Responsibility for a New Freedom," 1972.

1 15
University Development Commission.
Meeting agenda material (correspondence and resource documents).
Box Folder

I.

1 16

II.

1 17

III.

1 18

IV.

1 19

V.

1 20

VI.

1 21

Minutes, 1972.

1 22

Report, 1973 Jan.

1 23

Report, draft, (I).

1 24

Report, draft, (II).

2 1
University Scholars.
Correspondence and applications.
Box Folder

Correspondence and list of grant recipients, 1991-1992.

2 4
Correspondence, general.
Box Folder

1985-1989.

2 5

1988-1990.

2 6

1991-1992.

2 7

1993-1995.

2 8
Box Folder

List and directory of scholars, 1984-1995.

2 9

Procedure and processing material, 1992-1994.

2 10
Processing material.
Box Folder

1982-1988.

2 11

1990-1992.

2 12

Correspondence, 1977-2006.

Box Folder

1977-1996, miscellaneous.

19 38

1986-2001, miscellaneous.

19 39

A - F, 1990-2006.

19 40

Bellesiles, Michael, 2002-2003, e-mail.

19 41

Bodle, Wayne, Book proposal, 2000.

19 42

Bomar, Mary A., 2004-2006.

19 43

Crain, Caleb, paper, 1997.

19 44

Crowley, John, 1999.

19 45

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Citizens Advisory Commission, correspondence with Stephen Van Campen, 1995.

19 46

Duggan, Susan, 2003.

19 47

Engel, Katherine C., 2005.

19 48

Ficcara, Marianne, 2006.

19 49

Filiminova, Maria, 2005-2006.

19 50

Fishback, Dan, 2002-2003.

19 51

Formisano, Ronald P.(University of Florida), 1992, with a paper on ethnocultural interpretation.

19 52
Fox, Frank.
Box Folder

I, 2000-2002.

20 1

II, 2003-2005.

20 2

III, 2006-2007.

20 3
Box Folder

Gur, Ruben, reprints, 1998-2002.

20 4

H - M, 1997-2005.

20 5

Hackenschmidt, Sebastian, 2005.

20 6

Hellegers, John F., 2002-2003, e-mail (I).

20 7

Hellegers, John F., 2002-2003, e-mail correspondence (II).

20 8

Herman, Edward S., 2001-2004.

20 9

Hodges, Pamela, MLA proposal for Capstone project, 2007.

20 10

Hoepfner, Christine, 1995-1996.

20 11

Houston, James C., 1995.

20 12

Juster, Susan, 2001-2002.

20 13

Kammen, Michael, on historical understanding, 1985 August.

20 14

Krill, Herbert, 2002-2006.

20 15

Landmark, Daniel, 1995.

20 16

Levinson, Joel, Avenue of American History, 1990-1991.

20 17

Lights of Liberty, 1997-1999.

20 18

Livingston, Dave, 2002-2003.

20 19

Lockridge, Kennith A., 1997.

20 20

Mazur, Zbigniew, 1996.

20 21

Mires, Charlene, Fellowship application, 1999.

20 22
Miscellaneous.
Box Folder

1998.

20 23

2003-2005.

20 24

2006-2007.

20 25
Box Folder

Mittelman, Karen M., 2007.

20 26

Murphey, Murray, festschrift, 2002, and recommendation for the Bode-Pearson Prize, 2004.

20 27

N - W, 1997-2004.

20 28

Net, Mariana, 2005-2006.

20 29

Newman, Paul Douglas, re Pennsylvania History, 2005-2007.

20 30

Read, Arthur, 2002 April, newspaper clipping.

20 31

Sanderson, George, 1996.

20 32

Shore, Zachary, 1999.

20 33

Smith, Lawrence G., 2005-2007.

20 34

Soyinka, Wole, Bacchae of Euripides, etc., 1973-1991.

20 35

Tabachnick, Leonard, 2006.

20 36

Time Elevator, 2001, proposal drafts and correspondence.

20 37

Time Elevator, 2002.

20 38

Time Elevator, 2003.

20 39

Toulouse, Teresa, 2004.

20 40

Toumayan, Edward, 2006.

20 41

Turpie Prize, 1995-1996.

20 42

Wulf, Karen, 2005.

20 43

Zhuk, Sergei I., 1993-2002.

20 44

Teaching files, 1965-1995.

Student papers.
Box Folder

Commentary on Scott A. Sandaga's paper "The Bureaucratic Narrative and the American Idea of Failure," 1995.

5 14

General Honors History 18, 1981-1982.

5 15

General honors history 14, 1966 Spring.

5 16

General honors history 14, 1970 Spring.

5 17
Graduate students of the 1980s.
Box Folder

-1.

5 18

-2.

5 19

-3.

5 20
History 100.
Box Folder

1983 Fall.

5 21

1987 Fall.

5 22

1988 Fall.

5 23

1990 Fall.

5 24
History 110.
Box Folder

1979 Fall.

5 25

1980 Fall.

5 26

1986 Fall.

5 27
History 200.
Box Folder

1967 Fall (I).

5 28

1967 Fall (II).

5 29

1969 Fall (I).

5 30

1969 Fall (II).

6 1

1969 Spring.

6 2

1970 Fall.

6 3

1970 Spring.

6 4

1972 Spring (I).

6 5

1972 Spring (II).

6 6

1973 Fall.

6 7

1974 Spring (I).

6 8

1974 Spring (II).

6 9

1975 Spring.

6 10

1976 Fall (I).

6 11

1976 Fall (II).

6 12

1976 Spring.

6 13

1980 Fall.

6 14

1982 Spring.

6 15

1985-1986.

6 16

1991 Spring.

6 17
History 201.
Box Folder

1969 Fall - 1970 Spring (I).

6 18

1969 Fall - 1970 Spring (II).

6 19

1970 Fall.

6 20

1971 Spring (I).

7 1

1971 Spring (II).

7 2

Fall 1971.

7 3

Spring 1972 (I).

7 4

Spring 1972 (II).

7 5
Box Folder

History 299, Ruttenberg, David H., "The Paper Tiger that Bore a Lion: Harry S. Truman and the Birth of McCarthyism," 1985.

7 6
History 300.
Box Folder

1965 Fall (I).

7 7

1965 Fall (II).

7 8

1965 Fall (III).

7 9

1966 Spring (I).

7 10

1966 Spring (II).

7 11

1966 Spring (III).

7 12

1966 Spring (IV).

7 13

1966 Fall (I).

7 14

1966 Fall (II).

7 15

1967 Spring (I).

7 16

1967 Spring (II).

7 17

1967 Spring (III).

7 18
Box Folder

History 320, 1977 Spring.

7 19
History 355.
Box Folder

1990 Fall (I).

8 1

1990 Fall (II).

8 2

1994 Spring (I).

8 3

1994 Spring (II).

8 4
History 373.
Box Folder

1983 Fall.

8 5

1988 Spring.

8 6

1989 Spring.

8 7
Box Folder

History 398, 1991 Spring.

8 8

History 399, 1980 Spring.

8 9

History 399, 1984 Spring.

8 10

History 441, 1989 Fall (I).

8 11

History 441, 1989 Fall (II).

8 12
History 443.
Box Folder

1980 Spring.

8 13

1981 Spring and Fall.

8 14

1983 Spring.

8 15

1986 Fall.

8 16

1990 Spring (I).

8 17

1990 Spring (II).

8 18

1990 Spring (III).

8 19

1990 Spring (IV).

9 1

1992 Spring.

9 2

1994 Fall.

9 3

1995 Spring.

9 4
History 467.
Box Folder

1967 Spring.

9 5

1967 Spring.

9 6

1967 Fall.

9 7

1968 Spring.

9 8

1970 Spring (I).

9 9

1970 Spring (II).

9 10
Box Folder

History 505, 1979 Fall.

9 11
History 564.
Box Folder

1971 Spring (I).

9 12

1971 Spring (II).

9 13

1971 Spring (III).

9 14

1971 Fall (I).

9 15

1971 Fall (II).

9 16

1973 Fall (I).

9 17

1973 Fall (II).

9 18

1974 Fall (I).

9 19

1974 Fall (II).

10 1

1975 Fall.

10 2

1976 Fall (I).

10 3

1976 Fall (II).

10 4
Box Folder

History 600, two papers by Randolph Scully.

10 5

History 610, 1991 Fall.

10 6

History 610, 1992-1993.

10 7
History 667,.
Box Folder

Spring 1971 (I).

10 8

Spring 1971 (II).

10 9

1971 Fall (I).

10 10

1971 Fall (II).

10 11

1974 Spring.

10 12

1976 Spring.

10 13
History 700.
Box Folder

1982 Fall.

10 14

1983 Spring.

10 15

1986--1992.

10 16

1994 Spring (I).

10 17

1994 Spring (II).

10 18

1994 Spring (III).

10 19

1994 Spring (IV).

11 1

1994 Spring, letters of appraisal.

11 2
Box Folder

History 762, 1975 Spring.

11 3

History 800, 1976 Fall.

11 4

Independent studies, 1970-1977.

11 5
Miscellaneous.
Box Folder

1970-1977.

11 6

n.d. (I).

11 7

n.d. (II).

11 8

Social Science and History 10, 1974 Fall.

11 9

Social Science and History 201, 1975 Spring.

11 10

World Cultures (College of Thematic Studies), 1975 Spring.

11 11
Senior Honors Theses.
Box Folder

Alexander, Geoffrey J., "The Treason Trial of Aaron Burr and Transformation of Process in the Federal Government".

11 12

Appraisal and papers.

11 13

Bank, Steve, "The Dilemma of the NAACP".

11 14

Blanc, Diane E., "Public Hysteria and Political Repression in Twentieth Century America".

11 15

Brodkin, Kimberly A., "From the Jersey Homesteads to Roosevelt".

11 16

Burak, Donald S., "The Cold War as a Response to Domestic Political Considerations: the Truman-MacArthur Controversey as a Test Case".

11 17

Carpey, Stephen Leonard, "The Great Awakening in Virginia and Massachusetts".

11 18

Crossett, Jennifer A., "Student Activism at the University of Pennsylvania".

11 19

Davidoff, Steven, "An Unofficial Man".

11 20

Elfin, David, "Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Executive Reorganization".

11 21

Final letters of appraisal, 1986.

11 22

Gold, Steven, "Understanding the Storm: a Meteorology for the Weather Underground".

11 23

Goldern, Richard W., "Causes of the American Civil War".

11 24

Graham, Andrew James, "Crisis within a Church in Search of its Convictions".

11 25

Harris, Lisa M., "The Atlantic Monthly, 1865-1881".

11 26

Hellerman, Brett D., "The McNamara Strategy?".

11 27

Herman, Ileana C., "As Clay in the Hands of the Potter".

11 28

Hirsch, Brandon H., "A Summer of Opportunity".

11 29

Hogan, Wesley, "Transforming Political Motherhood: Three Women's Peace Groups in the Vietnam Era".

11 30

Kaplan, Arthur M., "Producing Folkways: or Race Relations in the post-Reconstruction South".

12 1

Kaplan, Julie, "Commentary Creates Consensus: 1960 to 1973, a Changing Perspective on Equality".

12 2

Kaufman, Joel M., "A Methodological Approach to the Revolutionary Era".

12 3

Kessler, Lee Philip, "Private Property and the Public Good".

12 4

Krieger, Ginny, "Operating a Lemonade Stand".

12 5

Lau, Richard Kwok-Yee, "Like a Bird Gazing Upon Heaven".

12 6

Meyer, Robert N., "WPCFS--Failure in a School".

12 7

Morris, Eric, "The Disintegration of a Dream".

12 8

Nemeth, Fred H., "This Tangled Web of Louisiana".

12 9

Notes, final letters of appraisal, prospectuses.

12 10

Perman, Barbara Z., "An Analysis of Children's Play".

12 11

Pitman, David P., "Northern Liberals and Southern Conservatives as Competing Political Forces in the 1948 Democratic Convention".

12 12

Pool, Russ, "The Marshall Plan" A Reinterpretation".

12 13

Proposals and correspondence, 1991-1992 (I).

12 14

Proposals and correspondence, 1991-1992 (II).

12 15

Reed, Elizabeth A., "Pride, Prestige and Profit: Early Collegiate Football in America," 1987.

12 16

Roos, Jonathan Scott, "The Twenty-Five Years' War: the Debate over Television Coverage of the Tet Offensive".

12 17

Sandick, Harry, "'A Piece of Cruelty': Reflections on the Bettering House and Poor Relief in the City of Brotherly Love".

12 18

Schultz, Carl E., "The Civil Service Reform Association of Philadelphia, 1881-1902".

12 19

Seiden, Richard F., "Postal Censorship in America, 1917-1946".

12 20

Susswein, Gary, "A Shade of Gray".

12 21

Vandever, Thomas S., "Philadelphia, The Press, and the Red Scare".

12 22

Weinstein, Gregory M., "The Impact of the Kennedy Assassination on the Intellectual and Social Growth of Dallas, Texas," 1987.

12 23
Dissertation projects.
Box Folder

Casterline, Gail Farr.

12 24

Dissertation projects, Chapters by John Hall (outside Penn), with Zuckerman's comments, 1986-1987.

12 25

Conn, Steven.

12 26

Ebbs, Tracy.

12 27

Faulk, Pat.

12 28

Kazal, Russell A.

12 29

Kunkelman, Gary.

12 30

Nechama.

12 31

Pallante, Martha.

12 32

Spooner, Denise.

12 33
Box Folder

Ph.D. examination material.

12 34
Ph.D. examination files.
Box Folder

Benoit, John.

13 1

Halpern, Rick.

13 2

Little, Ann M.

13 3

Winship, Marion.

13 4

Plotkin, Mindy E.

13 5

Pollack, John.

13 6
Box Folder

Proposals with correspondence.

13 7
Proposals.
Box Folder

1988-1990.

13 8

1991-1992.

13 9

1992-1993.

13 10

1993-1994.

13 11

Kennedy, Michael V.

13 12

Van Lonkhuyzen, H. W.

13 13

Prospectus and appraisal, 1970s.

13 14

Riordan, Liam.

13 15

Tiro, Karim Michel.

13 16
Book projects of former graduates.
Box Folder

Letters of appraisal to Bob, 1985-1993.

13 17

Letters of appraisal to Frank Fox, 1989-1994.

13 18

Letters of appraisal to John Brooke, 1986-1992.

13 19

Letters of appraisal to Sally Stephenson.

13 20

Letters of appraisal, mixed, 1982-1983.

13 21

Course teaching.

American History Honors Program.
Box Folder

2002 spring, applications.

20 45

Correspondence, 2001 July - 2002 June.

20 46
American History Honors Program, student papers.
Box Folder

Geheb, Phillip John Ferrara, 2002 Oct. - 2003 April.

21 1

Greene, Carrie P., 2004-2005 (I).

21 2

Greene, Carrie P., 2004-2005 (II).

21 3

Greene, Carrie P., 2004-2005 (III).

21 4

Johnson, Ashley, 2005-2007.

21 5

Jorgensen, Katherine A., 2002-2003.

21 6

Jorgensen, Katherine, 2002 Sept. - 2003 March.

21 7

Kardon, Maxwell, 2003 Jan. - April.

21 8

Kimberly, Thomas, 2002 Sept. - 2003 March.

21 9

Levine, Emily, 2002 Oct. - 2003 April.

21 10

Rosenfelt, Marjie, 2003 spring.

21 11

Rubin, Avshalom H., 2002 Aug. - 2003 March.

21 12
Box Folder

American history honors theses, 2003 spring.

21 13

History 202, talk, 1976 spring.

21 14

History 292, independent study, student papers -Gravatt, Christina M., 2005-2006 (I).

21 15

History 292, independent study, student papers -Gravatt, Christina M., 2005-2006 (II).

21 16

History 293, student papers - Lobb, Jonathan, 2004.

21 17

History 293, student papers -Yang, Grace, 2001.

21 18

History 299, student papers -Lapidus, Adam, 2004-2005.

21 19

History 355, student presentation material, n.d.

21 20

History 398, American Honors Seminar, 2002 spring, proposals, etc.

21 21

History 400, 2002 fall, correspondence, 2002 Oct. - 2003 Feb.

21 22

History 400, 2002 fall, thesis preliminary outlines.

21 23

History 400, thesis proposal from Liz McCuskey, 1998.

21 24

History 400-401, correspondence, 2002 August - December.

21 25

History 400-401, correspondence, 2003 Jan. - June.

21 26

History 441, 2006 fall, correspondence.

21 27

History 999, student papers -Merritt, Jen, 2001.

21 28
History course, student papers.
Box Folder

Anderssen, Axel, undated.

21 29

Fraser, Max, 2004.

21 30

Smith, Amanda, 2003.

21 31
History Honors, student papers.
Box Folder

Clark, Ross, 2004.

21 32

Feinstein, Diana, 2004.

22 1

LaVigne, Melissa, 2003-2004.

22 2

Miller, Andrea Gail, 2004-2005.

22 3

Voigt, Greg, 2004.

22 4
Box Folder

Independent study, 2001-2002, correspondence.

22 5

Special Program in Historical Research, student papers -Brown, Katie, 2006-2007.

22 6

Student correspondence, miscellaneous, 1998-2006.

22 7

Correspondence.

Box Folder

Graduate independent study--American religion, 2002 spring.

22 8

History 104, 2001 fall.

22 9

History 104, 2005 spring.

22 10

History 104, 355, 610, 2000-2004, miscellaneous.

22 11

History 204, 2004 fall.

22 12

History 355, 2001 fall.

22 13

History 355, 2002 fall.

22 14

History 355, 2003 fall.

22 15

History 355, 2004 fall.

22 16

History 355, 2005 fall.

22 17

History 355, 2006 fall.

22 18

History 398, 2007 spring.

22 19

History 441, 2003 fall.

22 20

History 443, 2001 spring.

22 21

History 443, 2002 spring.

22 22

History 443, 2003 spring.

22 23

History 443, 2004 spring.

22 24

History 443, 2005 spring.

22 25

History 443, 2007 spring.

22 26

History 610, 2004 spring.

22 27

History 610, 2005 fall.

22 28

Independent study, 2003-2004.

22 29

Independent study, 2004-2006.

22 30

Student papers.

Box Folder

Hesford, Nancy, 1998.

32 11

History 100, 1997 Spring.

32 12

History 104, History and human nature, 2005 spring.

32 13

History 114, 1996 spring (1).

32 14

History 114, 1996 spring (2).

32 15

History 200 (?), "Doing History" 1995.

32 16

History 204, History of doing history, 2004 fall.

32 17

History 204, History of doing history, 2004 fall, president election paper.

32 18

History 294, independent study, 2004 spring.

32 19

History 355, 1995 fall.

32 20

History 355, 1996 fall.

32 21

History 355, 2001 fall.

32 22

History 355, 2002 fall, final paper.

32 23

History 355, 2003 fall, final paper (I).

32 24

History 355, 2003 fall, final paper (II).

32 25

History 355, 2003 fall, first paper.

32 26

History 355, 2004 fall, final paper (I).

32 27

History 355, 2004 fall, final paper (II).

32 28

History 355, 2004 fall, first paper.

33 1

History 441, 1996 fall.

33 2

History 441, 2003 fall (I).

33 3

History 441, 2003 fall (II).

33 4

History 443, 1994 fall.

33 5

History 443, 1995 spring (1).

33 6

History 443, 1995 spring (2).

33 7

History 443, 1996 spring, "Paper #2".

33 8

History 443, 1997 spring.

33 9

History 443, 2002 spring, (I).

33 10

History 443, 2002 spring, (II).

33 11

History 443, 2005 spring, final paper.

33 12

History 443, 2005 spring, first paper.

33 13

History 443, 2005 spring, second paper.

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History 443, American national character, 2002 spring, final paper.

33 15

History 443, American national character, 2002 spring, first paper.

33 16

History 443, American national character, 2003 spring, final paper (I).

33 17

History 443, American national character, 2003 spring, final paper (II).

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History 443, American national character, 2003 spring, first paper.

33 19

History 443, American national character, 2004 spring, final paper.

33 20

History 443, American national character, 2004 spring, first and second papers.

33 21

History 700, 2000 spring, (I).

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History 700, 2000 spring, (II).

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History 700, 2000 spring, (III).

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History 700, 2000 spring, (IV).

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History 700, 2000 fall, (I).

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History 700, 2000 fall, (II).

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History 700, 2000 fall, (III).

33 28

History 700, 2000 fall, (IV).

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History 700, 2000 fall, (V).

34 2

History 700, 2001-2002.

34 3

History 700, 2002.

34 4

History 999, 1997 spring.

34 5

Independent study, by Thomas Kimberly, 2002 December.

34 6

History course readings.

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"Maypole of Merry Mount," course taught at the Hebrew University.

25 23

History 100, American national character, 1990 fall.

25 24
History 373, Splitting: the 1960's in America.
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(I), extra copies.

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(II), extra copies.

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II.

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III.

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IV.

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V.

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History 441/564/443, colonial history.
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1996 fall, (I).

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1996 fall, (II).

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I.

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II.

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History 564, colonial history.
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26 3

From William and Mary Quarterly.

26 4
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History 610, Family, Community and Identity in Early America.

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History 610, Identity, Family and Community in Early America, 1607-1840.
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1991 Fall.

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1995 spring, (I).

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1995 spring, (II).

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History 610, Work, Community and Identity in Early America, 1800-1860.

26 9

History 667.

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History 700, Tradition and modernity (I).

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History 700, Tradition and modernity (II).

26 12

Preceptorial.

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Franklin and Penn, 2005.

31 9

Presidential election 2000, 2000 spring.

31 10

Presidential election 2000, 2000 fall.

31 11

Survivor, 2001 spring.

31 12

Other professional papers, 1960-1994.

Friends and Neighbors.
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Contributed manuscripts, 1981.

13 22

Contributed manuscripts, 1981-1982 (I).

13 23

Contributed manuscripts, 1981-1982 (II).

13 24

Galley proof.

13 25
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Lecture by others, Transcendentalism, by M. G. Murphey, 1960 March 1.

13 26
National Faculty-Smithsonian Program in Material Culture, 1993-1994.
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Evaluation, report and attachments.

14 1

Evaluations by participants, 1993.

14 2

Evaluations by participants, 1994 (I).

14 3

Evaluations by participants, 1994 (II).

14 4

Notebook.

14 5

Session of 1994.

14 6

Summer session, 1993.

14 7
Prospectuses and proposals by friends.
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I.

14 8

II.

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III.

14 10
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Research plans of colleagues.

14 11
Reviews of books and article manuscripts.
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1982-1993.

14 12

"Horatio Alger: the Art of Pederasty".

14 13

John L. Brooke on Mormonism.

14 14
Reviews of grant applications.
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Benjamin Franklin papers.

14 15

Georgia Tech Center for the History of Industry and Technology.

14 16

Miscellaneous.

14 17

Salem Witch Trials of 1692.

14 18
Transformation of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, 1750-1850.
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Application to the National Endowment for the Humanities, 1982.

14 19

Bibliography.

14 20

Budget and financial records, 1986-1991.

14 21

Feedbacks from the fellows to show outcomes from the participation in the project.

14 22

Fellowship applications, 1985-1986.

14 23

Grant application correspondence and application drafts,.

14 24

Grant application correspondence and application drafts,.

14 25

Grant proposal and correspondence, 1989-1990.

14 26

Grant proposal for 1987-1990.

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National Endowment for the Humanities grant, renewal application, 1986.

15 2

Peopling of Philadelphia, 1750-1850, reports and correspondence, 1983-1984.

15 3
Project, 1984-1987.
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Annual report, 1985-1986.

15 4

Correspondence.

15 5
Project, 1985.
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Annual report, 1986-1987.

15 6

Papers, (I).

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Papers, (II).

15 8

Papers, (III).

15 9

Papers, (IV).

15 10
Project, 1986-1991.
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Correspondence, 1984-1988.

15 11

Curriculum vitas, and notes for annual report of 1987-1988.

15 12

Papers, (I).

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Papers, (II).

15 14

Project, 1989-1990, annual report, 1987-1988.

15 15

Proposals for research fellowship from Billy G. Smith and Richard Northrup, 1984.

15 16

Supplemental Application to the National Endowment for the Humanities, 1986.

15 17

Students files.

Doctoral student files.

Graduate applications.

Senior Honors Thesis.

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Geheb, Phillip John Ferrara, "Power, curriculum, and instruction: a pedagogy of disengagement," 2003 spring, with Zuckerman's comments.

31 24

Greene, Carrie P., "Canadian liberalism and American foreign policy: a study of Canadian-U.S. relations during the Lyndon B. Johnson and George W. Bush administrations," 2005 spring, with Zuckerman's comments.

31 25

Jorgensen, Katherine A., "The new republic, the new womanhood: ambiguities of gender in Federalist Philadelphia," 2003 spring, with Zuckerman's comments.

31 26

Kardon, Maxwell Albert, "Of Harleys and history," 2003 spring, with Zuckerman's comments.

31 27

Kimberly, Thomas, "Cato's letters," 2003 spring, with Zuckerman's comments.

32 1

Levine, Emily, "Philadelphia's restaurant renaissance and the streets it changed," 2003 spring, with Zuckerman's comments.

32 2

Miller, Andrea Gail, "Liberty personified: the Liberty Bell as national icon," 2005 spring, with Zuckerman's comments.

32 3

Rosenfelt, Marjie, "Effective holocaust representations: digesting the indigestible," 2003 spring, with Zuckerman's comments.

32 4

Rubin, Avshalom H., "E. Digby Baltzell: an intellectual biography," 2003 spring, with Zuckerman's comments.

32 5

Student advising.

Referral/recommendation requests.

Writings.

Almost Chosen People.

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Book cover design and reviews in Australasian Journal of American Studies, etc., 1994-1995.

16 1

Correspondence with the publisher, 1992.

16 2

Responses from readers, 1993.

16 3

Beyond the century of the child: cultural history and developmental psychology.

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1999-2000.

16 4

2003-2005.

16 5

Barbara A. Hanawalt.

16 6

Breeuwsma, Gerrit, "The nephew of an experimentalist," 1999-2000.

16 7

Bronfenbrenner, Urie, "What comes after the 'end'? children in the 21st century," n.d.

16 8

Calvert, Karin, "Patterns of childrearing in America," 1998-2001.

16 9

Correspondence with Eric Halpern, Willem Koops, etc. 1999-2002.

16 10

Correspondence, 2001-2002.

16 11

Dubas, Judith Semon, "The study of adolescence during the 20th century," 2000.

16 12

Gillis, John R., "Birth of the virtual child: a Victorian progeny,"1998-[2002].

16 13

Halpern, Eric, 2001.

16 14

Hanawalt, Barbara A., "The child in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance," 2000.

16 15

Kett, Joseph, "Reflections on the history of adolescence in America," 1999.

16 16

Kloek, Els, "The Dutch case," 2002.

16 17

Kojima, Hideo, article contribution, 1999.

16 18

Kojima, Hideo, "History of children and youth in Japan," 2001-2002.

16 19

Koops, Willem, "Imaging childhood".

16 20

Netherlands Institute of Advanced Studies, comments on several presentations, [1999].

16 21

Nylan, Michael, "Childhood, formal education, and ideology in China, then and now," 2001-2002.

16 22

Sakakibara, Yasuo, 2007.

16 23

Stearns, Peter, "Historical perspectives on 20th-century childhood," 1998-2002.

16 24

University of Pennsylvania Press, correspondence and contributor information, 2003.

16 25

Vinovskis, Maris A., "Historical perspectives on adolescent pregnancy and education in the United States," 1999.

16 26

White, Sheldon H., "Developmental psychology in a world of designed institutions," 2000-2001.

16 27

Winter, Micha de, "On infantilization and participation," 2001.

16 28

Zuckerman, Michael, "The millennium of childhood that stretches before us".

16 29

Book reviews.

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Revolution? what revolution? review of A Companion to the American Revolution, ed. by Jack Greene and J. R. Pole, 2001.

16 30

"Self, solitude, and the pursuit of unhappiness," 2003, review of Teach Me Dreams: the Search for Self in the Revolutionary Era, by Mechal Sobel.

16 31

Alger, Horatio, Jr., Silas Snobden's Office Boy, n.d.

16 32

Archdeacon, Thomas, New York City, 1664-1710: Conquest and Change, for Wisconsin Magazine of History, 1977.

16 33

Bellah, Robert, et al, Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life, for The Nation, 1985 December.

16 34

Benjamin Franklin, by Edmund S. Morgan, 2002.

16 35

Bercovitch, Sacvan, The Puritan Origins of the American Self, for Early American Literature, n.d.

16 36

Berthoff, Rowland, An Unsettled People: Social Order and Disorder in American History, for Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 1972 July.

16 37

Block, James, A Nation of Agents: the American Path to a Modern Self and Society, review for the Journal of American History, 2003 July.

16 38

Bridenbaugh, Carl, Fat Mutton and Liberty of Conscience: Society in Rhode Island, 1836-1690, for Journal of American History, undated.

16 39

Bushman, Richard, The Refinement of America: Persons, Houses, Cities, for American Historical Review, 1993.

16 40

Butler, Jon, Awash in a Sea of Faith, for Journal of the Early Republic, [after 1990].

16 41

Calvert, Karin, Children in the House, for Journal of Social History, 1992.

16 42

Clark, Charles E., The Eastern Frontier: The Settlement of Northern New England, 1610-1763, for Journal of American History, n.d.

16 43

Clippings, 1992.

16 44

Countryman, Edward, Indians, the Colonial Order, and the Social Significance of the American Revolution, comment revised for William and Mary Quarterly Forum, 1996 July.

16 45

Cremin, Lawrence A., American Education: the Colonial Experience, 1607-1783, for AAUP Bulletin, 1971 March.

16 46

Daniels, Bruce, Puritans at Play, for Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 1995.

16 47

Demos, John, A Little Commonwealth: Family Life in Plymouth Colony, and Philip Greven, Four Generations: Population, Land and Family in Colonial Andover, Massachusetts, for New York Historical Society Quarterly, 1971.

16 48

Demos, John, Entertaining Satan: Witchcraft and the Culture of Early New England, for American History Illustrated, 1982.

16 49

Demos, John, Past, Present, and Personal: the Family and the Life Course in American History, for Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 1987.

16 50

Flaherty, David H., Privacy in Colonial New England, [1972].

16 51

Glazer, Nathan, Remembering the Answers and Robert Nisbet, The Degradation of the Academic Dogma, for AAUP Bulletin, 1972 Sept.

16 52

Greene, Jack, Pursuits of Happiness, for Pennsylvania History, [after 1988].

16 53

Gutfeld, Arnon, American Exceptionalism: the Effects of Plenty on the American Experience, review for the Journal of Social History, 2003 June.

16 54

Lingeman, Richard, Small Town America, for The Nation, 1980.

17 1

Lockridge, Kenneth, The Diary, and Life, of William Byrd II of Virginia, 1674-1744, for Journal of Southern History, n.d.

17 2

MacLeod, David, The Age of the Child, for Journal of Social History, 1998.

17 3

Matusow, Allen, The Unraveling of America: a History of Liberalism in the 1960s, for The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1985 Jan.

17 4

McWilliams, Wilson Carey, Idea of Fraternity in America, for Commonweal, 1974.

17 5

Middlekauff, Robert, Benjamin Franklin and his Enemies, for New England Quarterly, n.d.

17 6

Mintz, Steven, Huck's Raft: a History of American Childhood, review for Journal of Social History, 2005 Sept.

17 7

Peoples of a Spacious Land, by Gloria Main, for Journal of American History, 2002.

17 8

Postan, M.M., Fact and Relevance, for Annals, 1971.

17 9

Reader's report for Oxford Press on a trade book proposal from the Library of Congress of Thomas Jefferson: Genius of Liberty, 1999 April.

17 10
Rothman, David, Conscience and Convenience, ("Convenient conscience: an American reform tradition").
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Drafts and notes, n.d.

17 11

Galley proof for New York University Law Review, 1981-1982.

17 12

Submission to Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 1983.

17 13
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Rothman, David, The Discovery of the Asylum, [1971].

17 14

Rundell, Walter, Jr., In Pursuit of American History, for Pennsylvania Magazine, 1970.

17 15

Slaughter, Thomas, The Whiskey Rebellion, for North Carolina Historical Review, 1987.

17 16

Smith, Daniel Blake, Inside the Great House: Planter Family Life in 18th-Century Chesapeake Society, for Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, [1982].

17 17

Stearns, Peter, Anxious parents: a history of modern childrearing in America, review for the Journal of Social History, 2004.

17 18

Stowe, Steven, Intimacy and Power in the Old South: Ritual in the Lives of the Planters, for South Carolina Historical Magazine, n.d.

17 19

The Invention of Comfort: Sensibilities and Design in Early Modern Britain and Early America, by John E. Crowley, 2001, for Winterthur Portfolio.

17 20

Vaughan, Alden, and George Billias, eds., Perspectives on Early American History, for William and Mary Quarterly, 1974.

17 21

Williams, William Appleman, America Confronts a Revolutionary World, 1776-1976, for The Nation, 1976.

17 22

Wolf, Stephanie, As Various as their Land, for Pennsylvania History, [1993].

17 23

Wolf, Stephanie, Urban Village: Population, Community, and Family Structure in Germantown, Pennsylvania, 1683-1800, for American Historical Review, 1977.

17 24

Encyclopedia of Community.

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2002 Jan. - May.

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2002 June - August.

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2002 Sept. - December.

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2003.

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2003-2004.

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Encyclopedia of the New American Nation.

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American character and identity, 2005 April.

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Correspondence, 2002 - 2003 May.

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Correspondence, 2003 July - Dec.

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Correspondence, 2004 Jan. - May.

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Correspondence, 2004 June - Dec.

24 1

Correspondence, 2005.

24 2

Pennsylvania: a History of the Commonwealth.

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1998-2002, correspondence.

31 4

2002, copy for proof-reading.

31 5

Contributions, I.

31 6

Contributions, II.

31 7

Contributions, III.

31 8

Schlessinger Media, Great Americans for Children.

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2001 Nov. - 2002 January.

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2002 Jan. - Feb.

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2002 April - June.

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Manuscripts.

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"A blueprint in invisible ink: the Middle Atlantic region and the American nation," for Interpreting American Culture: A Regional Approach, ed. by Melvin Hammarberg, 1991.

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"A different thermidor: the revolution beyond the American revolution".
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1985, submission to American Philosophical Society.

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1990, final revision.

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1991, submission to Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.

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For Transformation of Early American History, ed. by Henretta, Kammen, and Katz.

27 2
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"America's tradition of secret wars, 1948-1984" for Ed Johanningsmeier History Preceptoral.

27 3

"American history as a vehicle for cross-cultural understanding," for Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 1978 fall.

27 4

"An amusement in this silent country: the family life of William Byrd," original version, with notes, n.d.

27 5

"An amusement in this silent country: the family life of William Byrd," talk at Case Western Reserve University and aborted drafts for Historiographical Introduction, n.d.

27 6

"An historical developmental approach to adolescence," co-authored with Willem Koops, for History of the Family, special issue "History of Adolescence," 2003, with correspondence.

27 7

"Authority in early America: the decay of deference on the provincial periphery," 2002.

27 8

"Charles Beard and the constitution: the uses of enchantment," for the George Washington Law Review, with notes and draft, [1987].

27 9

"Charlotte: a tale of sentiment, seduction and subversion," for Philadelphia Center for Early American Studies, 1992 Sept. 11, and at College of William and Mary, 1993 March 18.

27 10

"Cities and the wilderness: derelicts of development," edited version for all National Park Service superintendents, 1995 September.

27 11

"Colonial and revolutionary America history: looking backward, looking forward," public lecture in Kyoto, Japan, 2004 July.

27 12

"Colonial education," for Encyclopedia of New England Culture, 1996 July.

27 13

"Colonial education," revisions, for Encyclopedia of New England Culture, 2000.

27 14

"Colonial heritage," for New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, 2005.

27 15

"Coming of age in the age of the American Revolution," submission to the European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2005 August.

27 16

"Coming of age in the American Revolution," presentation at the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, 2004 July.

27 17

"Conservatism in the age of founding fathers," presentation to the third international symposium of the Core research project: "Rethinking American studies in Japan in a global age," 2004 August.

27 18

"Democracy or deference, the old history or the new? A tale of two lives in early America," paper for the Moscow conference, 1999 September, to be published in the next Annual of American Studies.

27 19

"Doing good while doing well: benevolence and self-interest in Franklin's audiobiography," in Reappraising Benjamin Franklin: A Bicentennial Perspective, ed. by J. A. Leo Lemay, 1992.

27 20

"Dr. Spock misses his meeting with Dale Carnegie: kidrearing and its contradictions in the era of post-war permissiveness," presentation at the Society for History of Kids and Youth, 2005 Aug. 4-7.

27 21
"Dr. Spock: the confidence man".
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Drafts and galley proof copy, n.d.

27 22

Presented at the American Orthopsychiatric Association, 1977 April 14.

27 23
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"Dreams that men dare to dream: the role of ideas in Western modernization," Social Science History, correspondence, 1977-1979.

27 24

"Dreams that you dare to dream: the role of ideas in social change," for the Social Science History Association, 1st annual meeting, 1976 October.

27 25
"Endangered deference, imperiled patriarchy: tales from the Marchlands".
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2005, with an old draft.

27 26

Presentation at the conference on "Class and class struggles in North America and the Atlantic World, 1500-1820," 2003 Sept.

27 27
"Faith, hope, not much charity: the optimistic epistemology of Lewis Mumford".
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For Lewis Mumford: Public Intellectual, ed. by Thomas and Agatha Hughes, 1990.

27 28

Notes, draft, with talk at Lewis Mumford symposium, 1987 Nov.

27 29
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"Family values: revelations from the diaries of William Byrd," presentation at the Cliveden Winter Institute, 1995 March 15.

27 30
"Fate, flux, and good fellowship: an early Virginia design for the dilemma of American business".
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"Fate, flux, and good fellowship: an early Virginia design for the dilemma of American business," [1979[.

27 31
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"Fate, flux, and good fellowship: an early Virginia design for the dilemma of American business," published in Harold Sharlin, ed., The Freedoms of Enterprise: Business and its Environment, with correspondence, 1977-1983.

27 32

"Fiction and fission: 20th-century writing on the founding fathers," 1984.

27 33

"History and developmental psychology: a dangerous liaison," comment for Children in Time and Place, ed. by Glen Elder, John Modell and Ross Parke, with correspondence, 1988-1992.

27 34
"Holy wars, civil wars: religion and economics in 19th-century America".
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1989 Aug. 21-26, for Sapporo Seminar in American Studies.

28 1

Condensed version for Sapporo publication in Japanese.

28 2

For Prospects, 1991.

28 3
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"Introduction to Thomas Jefferson, Autobiography 1743-1790," presentation for a seminar sponsored by Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies, 2004.

28 4

"Life and Times of the 18th-century Philadelphia," presentation at Benstitute, etc., 2005 May - September.

28 5

"Listening to children, speaking to power: the place of history in mixed methods," contribution to the book on mixed methods in pathways to middle childhood, ed. by Thomas Weisner, 2001-2002.

28 6

"My country, 'tis of whom? The limits of loyalty in the early republic," revised version for the Journal of the Early Republic, 1998 winter.

28 7

"Myth and method: the current crisis in American historical writing," drafts.

28 8

"Myth and method: the current crisis in American historical writing," for The History Teacher, with correspondence, 1983-1984.

28 9

"Once more unto the breach: middle-class democracy in Massachusetts," submitted to the William and Mary Quarterly, 1968.

28 10

"Penmanship exercises for saucy sons: thoughts on the colonial Southern family," for South Carolina Historical Magazine, 1981 Oct., two drafts, with correspondence, 1982-1983.

28 11

"Penmanship exercises for saucy sons: thoughts on the colonial Southern family," talks at Canadian Historical Association, 1981 June 5 and at History of Education Society, 1981 Oct. 3.

28 12
"Pilgrims in the wilderness: community, modernity, and the maypole at Merry Mount".
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"Pilgrims inDrafts, with correspondence with New England Quarterly, 1974-1975.

28 13

New England Quarterly, 1977, Vol. 50: 255-277, with correspondence, 1977-1979.

28 14
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"Plus ça change: the high-tech child in historical perspective," 1986 March, revised, for Irving Sigel and Jeanette Gallagher.

28 15

"Point of view," Chronicle of Higher Education, 1974 October.

28 16

"Prolegomenon to the paradoxes of American exceptionalism," paper for the Commonwealth Fund Conference, 1995 Feb. 17-18,.

28 17

"Proprietor and pariah: liberty and deference in Penn's woods," Historical Society of Pennsylvania symposium "Liberty on the Anvil," 2001 Oct. 22.

28 18

"Puritans, Quakers, and modern America: the high-tech child in historical perspective," contribution to Digby Baltzell festschrift, 1986.

28 19

"Reflections on revolution," ERA, 1967-1968.

28 20

"Regionalism," contribution to A Companion to Colonial America, ed. by Danny Vickers, 1999-2003.

28 21

"Regionalism," for McNeil Center for Early American Studies summer seminar, 2001 June 7.

28 22

"Reply to David Grayson Allen," 1972, for William and Mary Quarterly, with Allen's article "The Zuckerman thesis...".

28 23
"Rhetoric, reality, and the revolution: the genteel radicalism of Gordon Wood".
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for William and Mary Quarterly, 1994 Oct. , notes.

28 24

for William and Mary Quarterly, 1994, typescript.

28 25
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"Should women be learned and wise?" for Mount Holyoke College symposium Women and education in America: the last 150 years," 1982 April 23.

28 26

"Southern colonial cultural heritage," a thematic essay for Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, ed. by William Ferris and Charles Wilson, 1986.

28 27

"Suburban play," catalog for the Please Touch Museum, 1983-1985.

28 28

"Teaching outside the box," article for the Journal of American History, 2001-2002.

28 29

"The Collection," essay for H magazine, 2005.

28 30

"The color of counterrevolution: Thomas Jefferson and the rebellion in San Domingo," submission to William and Mary Quarterly, 1988.

28 31
"The coming crisis of American historiography".
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For American Historical Review, 1982, with notes and drafts.

28 32

With correspondence with Journal of American History, 1982-1983.

28 33
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"The confidence man," final version, for.

28 34

"The confidence man," n.d.

28 35

"The confidence man," original notes and revisions, n.d.

28 36

"The contest for public culture in America since the 60s," presentation at AHA annual meeting, 1988 Dec. 30.

29 1

"The decline and fall of the Pennsylvanian empire," n.d.

29 2

"The eighteenth century: discussion on American colonial society," transcript of tape recording with David Rothman, 1973.

29 3
"The fabrication of identity in early America".
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1974 summer, talk at Simon Fraser University.

29 4

Early versions with notes, 1974-1975 (I).

29 5

Early versions with notes, 1974-1975 (II).

29 6

Galley for William and Mary Quarterly, 1977, Vol. 34: 183-214, with correspondence, 1977-1979.

29 7

Presented at OAH convention, 1974 April 19.

29 8

Two revised versions, 1975-1976.

29 9
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"The family life of William Byrd," presented at American Studies Association meeting, 1979 Sept.

29 10

"The formation of identity in British America," for Colonial Identity in the Atlantic World, by Nicholas Canny and Anthony Pagden, [1986].

29 11

"The going of the revolution in the South," presentation at University of Alabama, 1976 May and published in The South in the American Revolution edited by Warner Moore, et al, with drafts and notes.

29 12

"The irrelevance of the American Revolution," Meridian House, 1985 Jan. 10.

29 13
"The irrelevant revolution, 1776 and since".
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at Southwestern College at Memphis, 1976 March and Indiana University, 1976 July.

29 14

Revised, American Quarterly, 1978.

29 15

Talk on Modernization and the American Revolution, Boston Latin School, 1976 April.

29 16
"The making and unmaking of the Pennsylvanian empire".
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Epilogue chapter to the book ed. by Randall Miller and William Pencak, 2002-2003.

29 17

Epilogue chapter to the book ed. by Randall Miller and William Pencak, first version and working notes, 2002.

29 18

Presentation for the meeting "Pennsylvania: a glimpse of its history and culture," 2003 Nov. 1.

29 19
"The manners: the British colonies".
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for Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies, by Charles Scribner, with correspondence, 1991-1992.

29 20

for Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies, by Charles Scribner, notes.

29 21
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"The nursery tales of Horatio Alger," for American Quarterly, 1972.

29 22

"The passion of Gary Hart and the plight of American politics," presentation at Anzasa (Australia and New Zealand American Studies Association) Conference, 13th biennial, 1988 Aug. 31.

29 23

"The place of religion in urban and community studies," contribution to Religion and American Culture: a Journal of Interpretation, 1995-1996.

29 24
"The power of blackness: Thomas Jefferson and the revolution in St. Domingue".
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for Davis Center seminar, 1990 Oct. 5.

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for Colloque International of the Bicentennial of the French Revolution, Haiti, 1989, drafts, notes, correspondence, I.

29 26

for Colloque International of the Bicentennial of the French Revolution, Haiti, 1989, drafts, notes, correspondence, II.

29 27
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"The problems of slavery in the early American republic," comments on three presentations at the Society for Historians of Early American Republic, 2004 July, with correspondence.

29 28

"The puritan concept of local history: an exercise in anachronism," AASLH (American Association for State and Local History) convention, [1968], with Rutman commentary.

29 29
"The selling of the self: from Franklin to Barnum".
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For Benjamin Franklin, Jonathan Edwards, and The Representation Of American Culture,ed. by Barbara Oberg and Harry Stout, [1993].

30 1

For the National Conference on Benjamin Franklin and Jonathan Edwards 1990 Feb., with correspondence.

30 2

Revised version, for Almost Chosen People, n.d.

30 3
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"The Turnerian frontier: a new approach to the study of American character," drafts, notes and a postscript, 1993-1998.

30 4

"The Turnerian frontier: a new approach to the study of American character," abridged version for OAH Newsletter, 1995.

30 5

"Thermidor in America: the aftermath of independence in the South," with correspondence, 1977-1984.

30 6

"Tocqueville, Turner, and Turds: four stories of manners in early America," Journal of American History, 1998, with notes.

30 7

"Tracing the migration of cultural practices," for the Philadelphia-Pittsburgh Teachers Partnership summer institute "Discovering America: the peopling of Pennsylvania, 1993 July 13.

30 8
"Unease in Eden: the forging of identities in English America" contribution to the book Colonial Identity in the Atlantic World, 1500-1800, ed. by Nicholas Canny and Anthony Pagden.
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1985, Final version.

30 9

With correspondence, 1984-1985.

30 10
Box Folder

"William Byrd's family," for Perspectives in American History, drafts with notes and correspondence, 1979-1980.

30 11

Afterword to Frank Fox's Sweet Land of Liberty: The Ordeal of the American Revolution in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania State University Press, 2000.

30 12

Atlantic World Conference, "Creating identity and empire in the Atlantic World, 1492-1888," comments on papers, 2004 Sept. 17-18, with correspondence.

30 13

Autobiographical statement on history, for Handbook of U of P Majors (ed. by Arnie Eisen).

30 14

Children's rights: the failure of 'Reform'," talk at Southwestern College at Memphis, 1976 March.

30 15

Encyclopedia of the History of Childhood, "Benjamin Spock," 2003.

30 16

Essay for Daily Pennsylvanian, faculty column, 1986 April 23.

30 17

Essay for Penn Reading Project on Franklin's autobiography, 2005.

30 18

Essay for the roundtable "Nationalism, loyalties, and identities in the era of the early republic," Journal of the Early Republic, 1997.

30 19

Essay on Philippe Aries, for The Chicago Companion to the Child, 2005 August, with correspondence.

30 20

Foreword to Past, Present, and Personal: Teaching Writing in U.S. History, by William Kashatus, 2002.

30 21

Franklin Tercentenary paper, 2004.

30 22
Introduction to Almost Chosen People.
Box Folder

1991.

30 23

Notes and rough draft, with correspondence, 1984-1988.

30 24
Box Folder

Introduction to Colonial America: an Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural and Economic History, 2005.

30 25

Introduction to Pennsylvania anthology, drafts and notes, n.d.

30 26

Introduction to Pennsylvania anthology, drafts, 1981-1982.

30 27

Introduction to Thomas Jefferson's autobiography published by University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004.

30 28

Last bits of editing for Almost Chosen People, 1992 June.

30 29

National Constitution Center, an exhibition review for the Journal of American History, 2004.

30 30

Notes and drafts on Alger, n.d.

30 31

Panel talk at the annual meeting of Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail Foundation, 2003 August 9-13.

30 32

Pennsylvania Gazette, article re the sixties, n.d.

30 33

Philadelphia article for the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, 2005.

30 34

Philadelphia essay, for OAH newsletter, [1982].

30 35

Please Touch Museum symposium, "Plus ça change: the high-tech child in historical perspective," 1985 Oct.

30 36

Submissions rejected, 2000-2001.

30 37

Submitted article on Horatio Alger, 1971.

31 1

"Thorstein Veblen: a portrait of the artist as revolutionist," 1963.

31 2

Work ethic essay, 2005 Jan. for Encyclopedia of the New American Nation.

31 3

Manuscripts, papers, and notes, [1957]-1985.

Manuscripts.
After the Revolution: Life in America.
Box Folder

Book proposal from the National Museum of American History.

2 13

Correspondence, 1983-1985.

2 14

Fellowship application, correspondence, and report, 1985.

2 15

Interpretive chapter, 1985 April.

2 16

Interpretive chapter, 1985 May.

2 17

Manuscripts and comments by Barbara Clark Smith.

2 18

Notes and drafts.

2 19

Thematic statement and script for the National.

2 20

Typescript (incomplete), done with Barbara Clark.

2 21
Peaceable kingdoms, New England towns in the eighteenth.
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Chapter One and Chapter Two.

3 1

Chapter three to Chapter Seven.

3 2

Chapter outlines, title of the monograph unknown.

3 3
Edited text.
Box Folder

Front material and Chapter One.

3 4

Chapter Two.

3 5

Chapter Three.

3 6

Chapter Four.

3 7

Chapter Five.

3 8

Chapter Six.

3 9

Chapter Seven.

3 10

Appendices.

3 11
Final edited manuscript.
Box Folder

Chapter One.

3 12

Chapter Two.

3 13

Chapter Three.

3 14

Chapter Four.

3 15

loose pages.

3 16
Box Folder

Galley proofs, clean copy.

3 17

Galley proofs, index.

3 18

Galley proofs, with editing notes.

3 19

Introduction.

4 1

Notes and bibliography.

4 2
Papers.
Box Folder

English 276.

4 3

Government 230.

4 4

History 170.

4 5

Philosophy 186.

4 6
Study notes.
Box Folder

Anthropology 153.

4 7

Economics 101.

4 8

English 270.

4 9

English 274, 275.

4 10

Government 135.

4 11

Government 230.

4 12

History 134a.

4 13

History 134b.

4 14

History 160a (I).

4 15

History 160a (II).

4 16

History 160a (III).

4 17

History 161a.

4 18

History 163.

4 19

History 167.

4 20

History 170a, 1961 Fall.

4 21

History 170a, 1962 Spring.

4 22

History 260.

4 23

Philosophy 186.

4 24

Philosophy S-180.

4 25
Ring-binder notebook.
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(I) (A).

4 26

(I) (B).

4 27

(II).

4 28

(III) (A).

4 29

(III) (B).

5 1

(IV) (A).

5 2

(IV) (B).

5 3

(IV) C.

5 4

Social Relations 130.

5 5

Social Relations 147.

5 6

Social Relations 153.

5 7

Social Relations 239.

5 8

Social Relations 278.

5 9

Social Sciences 134.

5 10

Social Sciences 136.

5 11

Social Sciences 139.

5 12

The New England Town, 1962.

5 13

Clippings.

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"60s - Good stuff, some orig[inal]s," I, 1972-1985.

17 25

"60s - Good stuff," II, 1961-1988.

17 26

"60s - Good stuff," III, 1960-1981.

17 27

"The sixties return," etc., 1985.

17 28

Articles, 1966-1970.

17 29

Atlantic, 1980, 1982, 1994.

17 30

College houses, 1991-1995.

17 31

Foundation Bulletin, 1967.

17 32

Fox News, reports by Spencer Witte, 2006 July.

17 33

John Turner, et al, The Ku Klux Klan: a History of Racism and Violence, 1982.

17 34

LawandDisorder, The Chicago Convention and its aftermath, 1968.

17 35

Magazines, miscellaneous, 1965-1983.

17 36

Magazines, miscellaneous, 1988-1992.

17 37
Oversize Folder

New York Times Magazine, 1975 Feb. 16 and 1987 Aug. 30.

OS 37 11
Box Folder

Newspaper clippings, 1967-1984.

17 38

Pamphlets and newsletters, miscellaneous, 1975-1983.

17 39

Pangolin, 1970 April.

17 40

Papers, two, "teaching as a conservative activity" and "Kennedy assassination," 1979 and 1985.

17 41

Playboy, 1967 October.

17 42
Oversize Folder

Post, 1967 Dec. 2, "Six seconds in Dallas".

OS 37 12
Box Folder

Spruce Hill Community Association, Community Renewal Plan, 1995 June 13.

17 43

Today, 1982 Dec. 12, "The Levittown generation turns 30".

17 44

Washington Watch, newsletter, 1975-1977.

17 45

Conferences.

Box Folder

"Class and class struggles in North America and the Atlantic World, 1500-1820" conference, 2003 Sept. 21.

17 46

"Lois Green Carr: the Chesapeake and beyond - a celebration," 1992 May 22-23, comment for the session on "The reality of race".

17 47

"Success Seminar: carrying Franklin's vision forward," 2005-2006.

17 48

"The many legalities of early America," a conference on law and early America, 1500-1775, 1996 Nov. 22-24, meeting material.

17 49

AHA annual meeting, 1992 Dec. 29, comment on Ronald Formisano's "The invention of the 'ethno-cultural interpretation'".

17 50

American Academy of Religion, 1993 Nov. 22, comment at the session, "Religion and the marketplace".

17 51
American Historical Association.
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1969 August, commentary on the expansion of Northern New England.

18 1

1970 Dec., commentary on session "Early New England politics".

18 2

1983 Dec. 27-30, Session on "TransAtlantic faiths: the European challenge to the history of popular religion in America".

18 3

1990 Dec. 29, comment on David Hackett Fischer, Albion's Seed.

18 4
Box Folder

American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS), 2000 April 14, "'Some Asiatic Prince': pride, patriarchy, and the problem of generational succession in the early South," with comment by Robert Weir.

18 5
American Studies Association.
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1975 fall, comment on Bailis/Calhoun[.

18 6

1985 Nov. 1, comment on the session "Early American autobiographies".

18 7

1987 Nov. 24, "Celebrating American culture," comment on papers by Barbara Babcock, Michael Cowan, and Brooke Barr.

18 8

1988 Oct. 29, "The cancer of margin in an age of pluralism".

18 9

1989 Nov. 4, comment for panel "Praxis and the pragmatic approach to interpreting American culture".

18 10

1993 Nov. 5, comment for the panel of "The double dialectic: holism and eclectic pluralism in American studies theory and practice".

18 11

1994 Oct. 28, comment for the session "Studies in biography and identity construction: four American men's lives".

18 12

1995 Nov. 11, "Conversation: comprehending common ground - a discussion of Murray G. Murphey's Philosophical Foundations of Historical Knowledge".

18 13

1999 Oct., comment on three papers by Hal Barron, Beverly Gordon and Chris Fay.

18 14
Box Folder

Bay Area seminar in Early American History, presentation "Endangered deference, imperiled patriarchy: tales from the Marchlands," 2005 April 3, correspondence.

18 15

Benjamin Franklin and Technology conference, 2006 Nov. 3-4, proposal.

18 16

Berkshire conference on the history of women, 1978 August, comment on Rima Apple and William Graebner.

18 17

Colloque International "Memoire privée, memoire collective dans l'Amerique pre-industrielle: études comparatives," 1992 Feb. 5-7, Paris.

18 18

Commonwealth Fund Conference, University College, London, oral presentation on "American exceptionalism" 1995 Feb. 17.

18 19

Conference "Public history - public policy: what happens to historians in the real world?" 1990 April 27, comment at the session of "The historian as policy maker" on David Rosenberg and David Courtwright.

18 20

Conference on "Operative communities? the Jewish questions in France from Durkheim to Levinas," 1999 May 5, introduction for Zeev Sternhell's keynote address.

18 21

Conference on "Public Policy and the Asian Community of Greater Philadelphia," 1976 Nov. 20, comment on Anthony Kahn, "Asian-American citizenship rights and cultural conflicts".

18 22

Conference on class and class conflict, deference panel, 2004.

18 23

Conference on Education and the Family, 1988 June 17-18, comment on N. Ray Hiner's "Look into families".

18 24

Darcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian, second Impact Conference, 1985 Oct. 2, comment on Neal Salisbury, "Indians in colonial history".

18 25

Deerfield Academy, "Shays' rebellion and the constitution" bicentennial conference, 1986 Nov. 13-15, summary comment.

18 26

Georgetown University History Department, faculty seminar "The Columbian Quincentennial," 1992-1993 winter.

18 27

Hall of Records conference on Maryland history, 1984 May 20, summary comment at "Maryland, a product of two worlds" session.

18 28

Hispanic conference "Common people of Philadelphia," 1985 Oct., "Introduction for Dennis Clark and Susan Klepp".

18 29
Institute of Early American History and Culture (IEAHC) conference.
Box Folder

1995 June 4, comment on Edward Countryman's "Indians, the colonial order, and the social significance of the American revolution,".

18 30

1996 Nov. 22-24, comment for the session of "The legalities of settlement".

18 31

1997 June 6-8, third annual conference, comment for the session of "Communalism and corporatism: revisiting the New England paradigm".

18 32
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Israel Association for American Studies, 1st annual meeting, comment on Mechal Sobel's paper "The American slaves' journey to an Afro-Baptist faith," 1978 June 19.

18 33

Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail Foundation, annual meeting, 2003 August 9-13.

18 34

MacArthur Foundation research network on successful pathways through middle childhood, 2001 Jan. 25-27, session on "Historicizing children's development: a heroic and vexing project," comments.

18 35

McNeil Center for Early American Studies, brown bag lunch meeting, 1998 fall, "The questions of regionalism".

18 36

Mellon Seminar in Technology and Culture, 1989 March 15, comment on John Staudenmaier, "The politics of successful technologies".

18 37

Milan Group in Early United States History, fourth biennial symposium, 1988 June 22-25, presentation "Race and revolution: American responses to the revolution in San Domingo and the new world's second republic".

18 38

Modell Conference on Social history and developmental psychology, 1987 Oct., summary comment, notes, drafts, tape, transcript, etc.

18 39

Monsignor Bonner History Workshop, 1988 March 18, "America's longest war ... and still not over".

18 40

Murray Murphey forum, "Ideology and utopia: philosophical foundations and fantasies of historical knowledge" for American Studies, 1996 fall.

18 41

National conference on Community service and university-assisted community schools, , 1995 Nov. 2-3, panel talk "Current state of community service at institutions of higher education".

18 42

NEH Humanities projects in media, 1992 Oct. 22-23, panel evaluation.

18 43

NEH seminar series on Philadelphia history, 2000 March 28, Summary and next steps.

18 44

Northeastern Anthropological Association, 1982 March 20, comment on "History and anthropology in the colonial Chesapeake".

18 45
Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture (OIEAHC).
Box Folder

Conference on Micro history, session on "Shocking news, family crisis," comments on papers by Christopher Doyle and Sarah Pearsall, 1999 Oct.

18 46

Roundtable on "The future of New England history," 2004 June 11-13, comments.

18 47
Organization of American Historians.
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1972 spring, comments on the presentation by Boyer, Paul S., and Stephen Nissenbaum on Salem witchcraft and William Tillmane on Northampton,.

18 48

1983 April, comment on papers by Richard Pointer and Patricia Bonomi.

18 49

1985 April, comment on John Cumbler, Carol Karlsen, and John Sharpless.

18 50

1987 April 3, "Republican Motherhood revisited," comment on Ruth Bloch and Jan Lewis.

18 51

1988 March 24, "Politics and the young in the 1960s" comment on David Burner (on JFK) and William Rorabaugh (on Berkeley).

19 1

1992 April 4, comment for the session on "The middle colonies in comparative perspective: toward a definition of regional distinctiveness".

19 2

1993 April 17, comment on The Radicalism of the American Revolution, by Gordon Wood.

19 3

1994 Spring, session "On republican motherhood," comment on papers by Edith Gelles, Elaine Crane, and Leslie Horowitz.

19 4

1995 March 31, comment for the session on "Ideologies of failure and success in America, 1700-1900".

19 5

1996 March 29, comment for the session of "The lamentable condition of liberty in America after the American Revolution".

19 6
Box Folder

Penn History Department, faculty lunch seminar, 1993 Nov. 3, "Out of my league, or, taking history and stuff to the schools".

19 7

Penn Interfaith Commemoration, 1999 Spring, comment on Charles Marsh, God's Long Summer.

19 8
Penn PARSS (Program for Assessing and Revitalizing the Social. Sciences).
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Seminar on technology and culture, 1987 spring, "The Pentagon of power" discussion, with a tape.

19 9

Seminar on technology and culture, 1988 April 20, comment on Donald Miller's "Lewis Mumford, master of many arts: the forming years".

19 10

Seminar on technology and culture, 1988 October, comment on essays by Anthony Wallace and Tom Cochran intended for Technology and Culture.

19 11
Box Folder

Penn's 250th anniversary, panel "In search of Benjamin Franklin," 1990 May 18.

19 12

Philadelphia Drama Guild, 1994 March 13, Sunday seminar discussion of August Wilson's "Two trains running," "On track in 1969".

19 13

Please Touch Museum exhibit "Red, white, and blue: childhood and citizenship in the American republic" (ed. by Morris Vogel), 1986, "Childhood and citizenship in the American republic: pre-civil war" section.

19 14

Richard Dunn Conference, 1996 May 16-18, "Tocqueville, Turner, and Turds: four stories of manners in early America".

19 15

Roundtable on Roy Rosenzweig and David Thelen, The Presence of the Past, 1999, version for Public History, 2000 spring.

19 16

Roundtable presentation on Benjamin Franklin, 2002 April 26.

19 17

Seminar at the Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation, comments on "The transition in Pennsylvania, 1760-1840," 1980 June 20.

19 18

Seminar on American Culture (University of Santa Catarina, Brazil), 1986 July 17, "Fiction and fission: 20th-century writing on the founding fathers".

19 19

Silvers Visiting Scholar Program Workshops, 2002 Feb. 2, "Contemporary American Judaism as heresy," comments on Silvers lecture by Allan Madler.

19 20

Smithsonian's Museum of History and Technology, conference re the Hall of Everyday Life, 1980 Aug. 7.

19 21
Society for Historians of the Early American Republic (SHEAR).
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1993 July 23, comment on "Thomas Jefferson and his families" by Douglas Egerton and Ron Hatzenbuehler.

19 22

1999 July 17, comment for the session on William Bartran's Travels.

19 23

2001.

19 24

2001 (?), "The joy of food: a gourmet guide" [to West Philadelphia].

19 25

2002 July, session on ethnic politics in Philadelphia and New York, comments on papers by William Pencak, Heather S. Nathans, and Margaret H. McAleer.

19 26
Box Folder

Society for the History of Children and Youth, biennial conference, 2003 June, roundtable on collaborations between historians and developmental psychologists, "Beyond the century of the child".

19 27
Southern Historical Association.
Box Folder

1984, "Before the pedestal: the battle of the sexes in the early South".

19 28

1986 Nov. 13, comment on Allan Kulikoff's Tobacco and slaves.

19 29

2001 Nov. 18, "Masculinity, race, and education in the 19th-century South," comments on papers.

19 30
Box Folder

Symposium on "Reappraising Benjamin Franklin: a bicentennial perspective," 1990 April 17-19, "Benevolence and self-interest, and doing good while doing well in Franklin's audiobiography".

19 31

Symposium sponsored by Annenberg/CPB and Graduate School of Education, 2001 Oct. 19, comment on Tom Paine's Common Sense,.

19 32

Technology and Culture seminar, 1984 Sept. 13, comment on Thomas Hughes, "American technology and German culture, 1900-1930".

19 33

The world of William Penn conference, comment on papers by Nicholas Canny and Ned Landsman, 1981 March 21.

19 34

US Capitol Historical Society, 1986 March, comment on "Consuming interests".

19 35

Winterthur conference "Shaping a national culture: the Philadelphia experience, 1750-1800," 1987 Nov., comment "Can words speak things? An inconclusive conclusion".

19 36

Year of the Pennsylvania Writer conference, "The landscape that wasn't there: a Pennsylvanian in New England," a presentation for the session "Backyard history," 1985 Nov. 9.

19 37

General file.

Box Folder

2000's presidential poll, 2006.

24 3
American Antiquarian Society.
Box Folder

Fellowship application review, 2005.

24 4

Mellon Post-Dissertation Fellowship application review, 2003 Francis Fox annuity gift,.

24 5

Site visit report to the National Endowment for the Humanities, 1986 Feb. 14.

24 6
Box Folder

American Heritage, response to the question of the "one scene or incident in American history you would like to have witnessed," 1984 June.

24 7

American History Project, 1992-1999.

24 8

Atwater Kent Museum, 1999.

24 9

Balch Institute, 1999-2000.

24 10

Bellagio Study and Conference Center, residency application, 1997-2000.

24 11

Benjamin Franklin Tercentenary, Committee, 2001-2005.

24 12

Benjamin Franklin the diplomat, 2006.

24 13

Benjamin Franklin, PBS series, correspondence and reviews, 2002-2003.

24 14

Benstitute, 2005-2006.

24 15

Book proposals, two, n.d.

24 16

Brotherly Love Historic Trail, 2002.

24 17
Cliveden of the National Trust.
Box Folder

1993-1994.

24 18

1995.

24 19

The Chew Mansion in Germantown, 1995.

24 20
Box Folder

College at Penn, Committee on Individualized Study, individual major proposals review, 2002-2003.

24 21

Constitutional walking tour of Philadelphia, 2004.

24 22

Contentville, 2000.

24 23

Curriculum Committee, 2004-2005.

24 24

Democracy's First Drafts, 2001.

24 25

Department of History, description for external evaluation, 1975 summer.

24 26

Dilworth House, 2005-2006.

24 27

Drexel University, issues, 2005.

24 28

Francis Fox annuity gift to an Undergraduate Internship Fund, 2002-2006,.

24 29

Franklin House in London, 2004.

24 30

French Institute, 2005.

24 31

Gardens Collaborative Project, 1993-1994.

24 32

Graduate admissions, 2005.

24 33

Heritage tourism in Philadelphia, 2001.

24 34

Historic guided tours, Clippings, n.d.

24 35

History Department dinner in memory of Thomas Cochran, 2000 May.

24 36

Inquirer, op-ed, correspondence, 2002 Nov. - 2003 Jan.

24 37

Lazaretto on the Delaware River, 2006.

24 38

Leaders Forum, 2006.

24 39

Lights of Liberty, Inc., Franklin project, 2004.

24 40
McNeil Center for Early American Studies.
Box Folder

Conference payment 1998.

24 41

Postdoctoral fellowship evaluation, 2003.

24 42

Postdoctoral fellowship selection committee, 2006-2007.

24 43
Box Folder

National Constitution Center, 2003.

24 44

National Humanities Center, fellowship application, 1987 Sept. 25.

24 45

National Museum of American Jewish History, Board Exhibitions Committee, 1995-1998.

24 46

NEH Collaborative Research panel, 2006-2007.

24 47

NEH summer institute on the constitution at Jackson State University, external evaluation, 1988 Aug. 15.

24 48

Neil Fitzgerald trial, 2003.

24 49

Nina Dayton vs. Joyce Chaplin, undated.

24 50

Norman Rockwell posters, 2004-2005.

24 51

Old St. Joseph's Church, application for designation as a national historical landmark, 2004.

24 52

Open Expression, 1997-2005.

24 53
Penn Reading Project.
Box Folder

2001.

24 54

2006.

24 55

Discussion on "Graham Greene, the quiet American," 2003 August 31.

24 56

Presentation by Malcolm Gladwell, "The Tipping point: how little things can make a big difference," 2004 Sept.

24 57
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Veale Symposium.
Box Folder

1999 Sept. - Dec.

24 58

2000 Jan. - Sept.

24 59

2000 Sept. - Nov.

24 60

2001 Jan. - Oct.

24 61
Box Folder

Pennsylvania Cable Network, Ben Franklin programs, 2006.

24 62

Pennsylvania Gazette, interview transcript, 2002 March.

24 63

Pennsylvania Gazette, responses to the article on teaching the 60s, 1986.

24 64

Ph.D. examination for Michael Kennedy (Lehigh University), 1992 March.

24 65

Regional Humanities Center, 2000-2001.

24 66

Restaurants, 1989.

25 1

Saga, 1968, order note from Zuckerman and clippings.

25 2

Salonistes, etc., 1991-1998.

25 3

SEA (Society of Early Americanists)/ ASECS (American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies), essay prize competition, 2003.

25 4

Smithsonian National Faculty program, Advisory Council, summary evaluation report, 1995 Feb. 15.

25 5

Syng of Philadelphia, 2003.

25 6

Testimony on Dilworth House to the Philadelphia Historical Commission, 2005 July - August.

25 7

Undergraduate history prizes, 2005.

25 8

University of Heidelberg, visit, 2000.

25 9
University of Pennsylvania.
Box Folder

College, Committee on Individualized Study, individualed major proposals review, 2003-2004.

25 10

Faculty Senate, "Youth in American Culture" panel, 2005.

25 11

Global Initiatives Fund, proposals evaluation, 2006.

25 12

Global Initiatives Fund, proposals evaluation, 2007.

25 13

Press, book by Harkavy et al, 2002.

25 14
Box Folder

University of Toronto, Center for the Study of the United States, visiting scholar initiative, 2002.

25 15

USIA (United States Information Agency), report on trip to Brazil, 1986.

25 16

Valley Forge Museum of the American Revolution, 1999.

25 17

Library Video Company.

American Revolution series.
Box Folder

2002, agreement, etc.

26 13

2003, Jan. - March.

26 14

2003, April - August.

26 15
Colonial Life for Children.
Box Folder

1998 August.

26 16

1998 September.

26 17

1998 October.

26 18

1998 November.

26 19

1998 December.

26 20

1999 January.

26 21

1999 February.

26 22

1999 March.

26 23

1999 April.

26 24

Talks and lectures.

Box Folder

" 'In a new and improved edition': examining the mythic life of Benjamin Franklin," talk, 1992-1993, at Cliveden Winter Institute, 1992 Jan 21, last lecture at Phi Alpha Theta, Penn, 1992 April 13, etc.

34 7

"17th-Century America," lecture for the Winterthur Winter Institute, 1984 Jan. 11.

34 8

"18th-century Philadelphia: the city that made the revolution," at the USIA summer institute, 1991 July 8-12 and 1992 July 6-10.

34 9

"A tale of two citizens: rich and poor in early America," presentation at the David Library of American Revolution, 2002 Dec. 8.

34 10

"Academics and the community: teaching history through service learning," roundtable proposal for the Organization of American Historians annual meeting, 2001 April 26-29.

34 11

"America's first plural society," luncheon address at Pennsylvania Federation of Historical Societies, 1986 May 2.

34 12

"American character and community service," at the International Visitors Council of Philadelphia, 1994 July.

34 13

"American identity since 9/11," presentation at the Philomathean Society, 2002 Feb. 28 (repeated 2002 Sept. 10 at Harrison College House).

34 14

"Before the pedestal: the battle of the sexes in the early South," 1984, talk at History Department lunch (March), Columbia University seminar (April) and Montana State University lecture (May).

34 15

"Benjamin Franklin and success," 2005 October - 2006 March.

34 16

"Benjamin Franklin," a special presentation of the History Channel, in nine Acts, for Cosgrove/Meurer Productions, 2004-2005.

34 17

"Campuses and politics: where have all the activists gone?" on panel for the Penn parents' weekend "From the 60s to the late 80s: transitions on campuses," 1988 Nov. 11.

34 18

"Children's rights: the failure of 'Reform'," talk at the University of Texas Law School, 1975 April, and published at Policy Analysis, 1976, Vol. 2.

34 19

"Cities and the wilderness: derelicts of development," keynote address at the National Park Service Northeast field conference, 1995 Aug. 3.

34 20

"Doing history on the eve of destruction," lecture for Phi Alpha Theta and the Undergraduate History Club of the University of Pennsylvania, 1997 April 17.

34 21

"Dr. Spock: the confidence man," talk to Israel Association of American Studies, 1977 December.

34 22

"Dreams that men dare to dream," talk at Bar-Ilan University history seminar, 1978 Feb. 21.

34 23

"Endangered deference, imperiled patriarchy: a tale of two lives in early America," talk proposal for "Sometimes an Art," a symposium in honor of Bernard Bailyn's 50 years of teaching at Harvard University, 2000 May 12-14.

34 24

"Myth and method: the current crisis in American historical writing," lecture at UCLA, 1983 March 11 and at University of Wisconsin, 1983 April 11.

34 25

"New directions in American history writing," dialog with Shan Holt at Central European University (Budapest), 1998 May 12.

34 26

"Parameters of American culture and identity," lecture at Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, 1986 July 24.

34 27

"Philadelphia and the American revolution," at Historic Philadelphia Inc., "Liberty Tale training course," 1995 March 7.

34 28

"Politics in contemporary American society," lecture for Business and society in America program, 1987 July 22.

34 29

"Puritans, cavaliers, and the motley middle: rethinking region in early American history," lecture at Colby College, 1980 April 21; at University of California at Davis, May 12; at Dickinson College, Nov. 12; and at AHA, Dec. 20.

34 30

"Reflection in the classroom," to the Faith-Justice Institute, St. Joseph's University, 1996 Aug. 27.

34 31

"Terrorism, Islam, and the USA: historical perspectives," talk at the Department of History, 2001 Nov. 19.

34 32

"The 1960s in 1994," to Penn alumni club at Fort Lauderdale, 1994 May 25.

34 33

"The 1996 elections: a historian's perspective," at a seminar on the elections, at the Goldberg House, 1996 Nov. 12.

34 34

"The collapse of the work ethic and the rise of the consumption ethic," second lecture for the Sapporo seminar in American studies, 1989 Aug. 24.

34 35

"The coming crisis of American historiography," lecture at Penn State University, 1982 May 24.

34 36

"The future agenda for child study and the implications for the study of children's folklore: history," at American Folklore Society, 1989 Oct. 21.

34 37

"The origins of American egalitarianism," I: the common man's view, Paley Lecture, at Hebrew University, 1998 April 20.

34 38

"The origins of American egalitarianism," II: A poor woman's view, Paley Lecture, at Hebrew University, 1998 April 27.

34 39

"The role of the social critic in America," lecture for USICA, etc., 1981 August.

34 40

"The selling of the self: from Franklin to Barnum," talks at Atwater-Kent (1990 Oct. 25), Penn State Schuylkill (1990 Nov. 26), Oberlin (1991 Oct. 7), and Saint Mary's University (1991 Oct. 28).

34 41

"The sixties are alive and well and living in Reagan's eighties," 1986, lecture at University of British Columbia (March 3) and Simon Fraser University (March 4).

34 42

"Thomas Jefferson" for Community College of Philadelphia faculty seminar on cultural traditions, 1994 June 2.

34 43

Annual address to Phi Alpha Theta, Temple University, 1987 April 27.

34 44

Benjamin Franklin's vision of the University of Pennsylvania, Preceptorial, 2005 Oct. 19 and 26.

34 45

Clipper Cruise Line, Lecturer, 1994.

34 46

Columbian Quincentennial, roundtable at Georgetown University, 1992-1993 winter, readings.

34 47

Comment on David Thelen and the presence of the past, American Association of Museum, 1999 April 27.

34 48

Comments at session on Federal America, Conference on Faces and Places in early America, 2005 Dec.

34 49

Freshman Reading Project, Franklin autobiography, 2005 Sept. 4.

34 50

Institute of Contemporary Art, gallery talk, 2000 Sept. 14, with Cornelia Parker.

34 51

Introduction for American Philosophical Society conference on early American technology, 1989 May 13.

34 52

Introduction for Frances Fitzgerald, "Writing across cultures," at Pen at Penn, 1988 Sept. 13.

34 53

Introduction for Sean Wilentz in relation to Series on Religion and the constitution, 1988 April 11.

34 54

Introduction to H.W. Brands Lecture on Benjamin Franklin, Van Pelt Library, 2001 Oct. 10.

34 55

Jewish identity (mine) at Penn, at the Hillel faculty group, 1997 April 16.

34 56

Lecture on violence and aggression in American history, for Willem Koops inaugural at the University of Utrecht, 2001 May 18.

34 57

Narrative summary for the USIA summer institute, 1991 Sept. 6.

34 58

New School talk, n.d.

34 59

Panel talk on the new history of Pennsylvania, at the Pennsylvania Historical Association, 2002 Oct. 19.

34 60

Penn freshman reading project, "Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast," 1996 Sept. 1.

34 61

Remarks at the opening of Marvin Weiner Collection of American Revolution of Van Pelt Library, 2003 April 27.

34 62

Talk at Brandeis conference on early Northeast history, 1970 winter.

34 63

Talk points on orthodox Judaism in American politics, St. Martin's Church (Chestnut Hill), 2000 October.

34 64

Talk to new citizens, U.S. District Court, 1987 July 15.

34 65

Transition from Bush to Clinton, talk to Penn alumni clubs, 1993, at West Palm Beach, FL, Feb, 18, and Washington, D.C. at Feb. 25.

34 66

University Scholars lunch talk, 1997 Feb. 26.

34 67

Vietnam talk, at Thomas Jefferson University, 1985 March 27.

34 68

Transformation of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, 1750-1850, project.

Box Folder

Annual report, 1985-1986, to the National Endowment for the Humanities and Glenmede.

34 69

Annual report, 1985-1986, to the National Endowment for the Humanities and Pew Charitable Trusts, 1989 Dec. 1.

34 70

Annual report, 1986-1987, to Pew Charitable Trusts and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

34 71

Annual report, 1987-1988, to the National Endowment for the Humanities and Pew Charitable Trusts, 1988 August 22.

34 72

Annual report, 1989-1990, to the National Endowment for the Humanities, 1991 Aug. 6.

34 73

University Scholars program.

Annual report.
Box Folder

2001-2003.

34 74

2004.

34 75

2005-2007.

34 76
Correspondence.
Box Folder

1996-1997.

35 1

1998.

35 2

1998 Jan.-March, e-mail messages.

35 3

1998-1999.

35 4

1999.

35 5

2000 Jan. - June.

35 6

2000 July - Nov.

35 7

2000-2001.

35 8

2001 July - December, with some applications.

35 9

2002 Jan. - August.

35 10

2002 Aug. - December.

35 11

2003 Jan - June.

35 12

2003 July - December.

35 13

2004 Jan. - May.

35 14

2004 May - December.

35 15

2005 Jan. - March.

35 16

2005 April - June.

35 17

2005 July - December.

35 18

2006 Jan. - February.

35 19

2006 March - June.

35 20

2006 June - December.

35 21

2007 Jan. - March.

35 22

2007 April - June.

35 23
Freshman advising.
Box Folder

1996.

35 24

1998-2000.

35 25

Recruitment, 1996.

35 26

Recruitment, 1999.

35 27
Student applications.

Van Pelt College House.

Box Folder

College House Staff History by House, 1971-1990, listing.

36 18

Yearbook, 1989-1991.

36 19

1989-1990.

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1988 Nov. - 1989 June.

36 20

Correspondence, 1989 July - August.

36 21

Correspondence, 1989 Nov. - Dec.

36 22

Correspondence, 1989 Sept. - Oct.

36 23

Correspondence, 1990 Jan. - Feb.

36 24

Correspondence, 1990 March - June.

36 25

Staff and program evaluation (I).

36 26

Staff and program evaluation (II).

36 27

1990-1991.

Correspondence.
Box Folder

1990 July - August.

36 28

1990 Nov. - Dec.

36 29

1990 October.

36 30

1990 September.

37 1

1991 Jan. - Feb.

37 2

1991 March - April.

37 3
Box Folder

Graduate Resident application, for 1991-1992.

37 4

Staff and program evaluation.

37 5

The Van Peltian, newsletter.

37 6

1991-1992.

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1991 May - December.

37 7

Correspondence, 1992.

37 8

Faculty Resident applications, 1991-1992.

37 9

Graduate Resident application, for 1992-1993.

37 10

Faculty Master file, 1991-1992.