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Curriculum and Lecture Notes Collection

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This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the University of Pennsylvania. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center
Title:
Curriculum and Lecture Notes Collection
Date [bulk]:
1860-1920
Date [inclusive]:
1759-1976
Call Number:
UPW
Extent:
23 Cubic feet
Language:
English
Mixed materials: [Box]
21
Container:
2
ABSTRACT:
The Curriculum and Lecture Notes Collection was created by the University Archives in the 1950s to assemble individual manuscripts and small groupings of archival material relating to courses taught at the University of Pennsylvania throughout its entire history. This collection documents the teaching methods used in the various schools of the University of Pennsylvania throughout its history.
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Biography/History

The Curriculum and Lecture Notes Collection was created by the University Archives in the 1950s to assemble individual manuscripts and small groupings of archival material relating to courses taught at the University of Pennsylvania throughout its entire history.

Scope and Contents

This collection documents the teaching methods used in the various schools of the University of Pennsylvania throughout its history. The collection is in many different formats such as letter and legal size documents, volumes, various sizes of index cards, and a handful of some oversized blueprints.

The bulk of the collection is in the Individual Students series. This series consists of lecture notes, syllabi, term papers and essays, exams, and other miscellaneous student-generated work. In instances where it was not possible to attribute the material to a specific student, the material was placed in the Unknown Students series. The series University Faculty consists of material similar to the student material, although as the name implies it was generated by various Penn faculty members. Published Course Material contains texts and other documents that were published for the purpose of use in University courses. The School and Departmental series contains syllabi, exams, and other unpublished material that was used by the various university schools and departments in the instruction of courses.

ARRANGEMENT

The collection is organized into six series: Individual Students, Unknown Students, University Faculty, Published Course Material, School and Departmental Material, and Miscellaneous. The materials within each series are arranged alphabetically with the exception of the oversize material which is housed in separate boxes.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center,  February 2012

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Timothy H. Horning

PROVENANCE

The Curriculum and Lecture Notes collection was accessioned as gifts to the University in 1957, 1960, 1962, 1967, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1994, 1995, and 2002.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • University of Pennsylvania. Graduate School of Fine Arts.
  • University of Pennsylvania. Law School.
  • University of Pennsylvania. School of Dental Medicine.
  • University of Pennsylvania. School of Medicine.
  • University of Pennsylvania. School of Veterinary Medicine.
  • University of Pennsylvania. Towne Scientific School.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Lecture notes.
Personal Name(s)
  • Alexander, Cyrus H., n.d.
  • Ashhurst, John, Jr., 1839-1900
  • Baker, Mary Arnold, d. 1935
  • Bauer, William Theodore, n.d.
  • Bell, Herbert Clifford Francis, 1881-1966
  • Brackbill, Joseph, 1846-1910
  • Brownlee, Rebecca J., 1911-1995
  • Carson, Hampton Lawrence, Jr., 1852-1929
  • Cocke, Cary Charles, 1814-1888
  • Coffman, Isaac Z., c. 1805-1896
  • Coriell, W. Wallace, n.d.
  • Deeter, Paxson, 1880-1933
  • Ettinger, Amos Aschbach, 1901-1969
  • Fairlamb, Mary Eleanor, n.d.
  • Frazer, John Fries, 1812-1872
  • Gilpin, John Robinson, 1827-1907
  • Godfrey, Andrew, 1874-1972
  • Greeson, James Omar, n.d.
  • Harris, John McArthur, 1867-1948
  • Hazlehurst, George T., 1858-1881
  • Hyde, Walter Woodburn, 1871-1966
  • Jones, William Rush, d. 1926
  • Kaplan, Ida E., n.d.
  • Kinnersley, William, 1743-1785
  • Klein, Louis Amos, 1871-1953
  • Laird, Warren Powers, 1861-1948
  • Lamb, William W., n.d.
  • Lambert, John, Jr., 1861-1908
  • Lester, Evan G., n.d.
  • Macfarlane, John Muirhead, 1855-1943
  • Marburg, Edgar, 1864-1918
  • Martin, Cyrena Van Syckel, 1890-1973
  • McHenry, Margaret, 1894-1973
  • Murphey, Samuel, n.d.
  • Patten, Simon Nelson, 1852-1922
  • Pearson, Leonard D., 1868-1909
  • Pellissier, Edward Arthur, 1910-1978
  • Pepper, William, III, 1874-1947
  • Perot, John, 1860-1940
  • Peterson, Elizabeth Darst, n.d.
  • Piersol, George Arthur, 1856-1924
  • Richards, Horace Clark, 1868-1945
  • Rodman, Jessie Abigail, 1887-1970
  • Shaaber, Matthias Adam, 1898-1977
  • Shantz, Tilgman Peter, 1823-1852
  • Smith, James Somers, 1866-1956
  • Smith, Thomas Leaming, 1844-1895
  • Smyth, Isaac S., Jr., 1859-1939
  • Snare, Jacob, Jr., 1854-1926
  • Spiller, Robert Ernest, 1896-1988
  • Starr, Isaac, 1895-1989
  • Steen, John Gill, 1839-1920
  • Stille, Alfred, 1813-1900
  • Taylor, George Bearmont, 1871-1952
  • Wallace, James Madison Power, 1847-1907
  • Welsh, Henry Hunter, d. 1921
  • Welsh, Herbert, 1851-1941
  • Welsh, Samuel, III, 1864-1907
  • Wilcox, Horace B., 1927-1982
  • Willson, David Burt, 1842-1919
  • Willson, Mary Grier, b. 1885
  • Yeates, Jasper, 1745-1817
  • Zuckerman, Michael, 1939-
Subject(s)
  • Anthropology.
  • Engineering--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • English Literature--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Geography--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • History--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Law--Study and teaching.
  • Medicine--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Nursing--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Veterinary medicine--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.

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Collection Inventory

Individual Students.

Alexander, Cyrus, M.D. 1847.

Notes on a Course of Lectures Delivered by Dr. Jackson on the Institutes of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania, 1845.

Ashhurst, John Jr., A.B. 1857, A.M. 1860, M.D. 1860.
Box Folder

Anatomy Volume 1, 1857-1858.

1 1

Anatomy Volume 2, 1857-1858.

1 2

Anatomy Volume 3, 1857-1858.

1 3

Aristophanes Volume 2, 1856.

1 4

Chemistry Notes, 1854.

1 5

Geometry and Trigonometry, n.d.

1 6

Institutes of Medicine Volume 1, 1858-1859.

1 7

Institutes of Medicine Volume 2, 1858-1859.

1 8

Integral Calculus, 1856.

1 9

Latin-Horace, 1854.

1 10

Latin-Juvenal, Cicero, Petsius, 1855.

1 11

Latin-Plantus Notes, n.d.

1 12

Latin-Tusculan Disputation of Cicero, 1856.

1 13

Lectures on Practice Volume 1, 1858-1859.

1 14

Lectures on Practice Volume 2, 1858-1859.

1 15

Lectures on Practice Volume 3, 1858-1859.

1 16

Lectures on Practice Volume 4, 1858-1859.

1 17

Mathematics, 1855.

1 18

Mechanics, 1857.

1 19

Obstretrics Volume 1, 1858-1859.

1 20

Obstretrics Volume 2, 1858-1859.

1 21

Organic Chemistry, 1855.

1 22

Physical Science and Natural Philosophy, 1854.

1 23

Plato, 1856.

1 24

Plutarch's Life of Caesar, 1857.

1 25
Baker, Mary Arnold, Univ. Hosp. NTS Cert. of Proficiency 1907.
Box Folder

Penn Nursing School-Anatomy II, 1904.

1 26

Penn Nursing School-Baths and Bathing, 1905.

1 27

Penn Nursing School-Bed Sores, 1918.

1 28
Bauer, William Theodore, W. 1913 (n.g.).
Box Folder

History 363.

1 29
Bell, Herbert Clifford Francis, Ph.D. 1909.
Box Folder

The Colonial Expansion of England, 1903-1904.

1 30
Brackbill, Joseph, M. 1869.
Box Folder

Medical lecture notes, 1867-1869.

2 1
Brownlee, Rebecca J. B.S. in Ed. 1934, A.M. 1936.
Box Folder

English 30, 1933.

2 2

English 40, 1933-1934.

2 3

English 90, 1933.

2 4

History 17T, 1933.

2 5

History 28T, n.d.

2 6

History of Middle Ages, 1933.

2 7

U.S. History to Civil War, 1933-1934.

2 8
Carson, Hampton Lawrence Jr., A.B. 1871, A.M. 1874, LL.B. 1874, LL.D. 1906.
Box Folder

Rules of Syntax for the Latin Noun, Francis A. Jackson, 1868.

2 9
Cocke, Cary Charles, M.D. 1838.
Box Folder

Materia Medica, 1837.

2 10
Coffman, Isaac Z., M.D. 1827.
Box Folder

Physiognomy of Diseases, 1830.

2 11
Coriell, W. Wallace, M.D. 1857.
Box Folder

Synopsis for Courses on Materia Medica and Pharmacy, Joseph Carson, 1855.

2 12
Deeter, Paxson, B.S. 1903, LL.B. 1906.
Box Folder

Prize Essay on Compulsory Voting, 1902.

2 13
Ettinger, Amos A., A.M. 1923.
Box Folder

Report on the Repeal of the Navigations Acts of 1849, 1923.

2 14
Fairlamb, Mary Eleanor, A.M. 1933.
Box Folder

History 33G, 1933.

2 15
Frazer, John Fries, A.B. 1830, M.D. 1832, A.M. 1833, Professor of Natural Philosophy and Chemistry 1844-1872, Vice-Provost 1855-1868.
Box Folder

The Elements of Natural or Experimental Philosophy Volume I, Tiberius Cavallo, 1825.

2 16

The Elements of Natural or Experimental Philosophy Volume II, Tiberius Cavallo, 1825.

2 17
Gilpin, John Robinson, C. 1848 (n.g.).
Box Folder

Natural Philosophy; three books of Greek translations, 1848.

2 18
Glover, Francis Y., M.D. 1837.
Box Folder

Notes on Medical Lectures Session of 1836-1837.

16 58
Godfrey, Andrew, M.D. 1897.
Box Folder

Notes-diseases and their symptoms [attributed to Alfred Godfrey], n.d.

2 19
Greeson, James Omar, V.M.D. 1893.
Box Folder

Notebook-Veternary Classes, 1892-1893.

2 20
Harris, John McArthur, A.B. 1887.
Box Folder

History Paper, 1887.

2 21
Hazlehurst, George T., Certificate of Proficiency 1879.
Box Folder

Latin Syllabus for the Freshman Year, Francis A. Jackson, 1871.

2 22
Jones, William Rush, B.S. 1899, M.E. 1911.
Box Folder

Physics Notes, photogaph of Jones, 1894-1897.

2 23
Kaplan, Ida E., B.S. in Ed. 1930, M.S. 1947.
Box Folder

Various Exams and Class Notes, 1925-1928.

2 24

Various Exams and Class Notes, 1925-1928.

2 25

Various Exams and Class Notes, 1925-1928.

2 26
Kinnersley, William, A.B. 1761, A.M. 1795.
Box Folder

Notebook, 1759 (original in UPA 3, Mss no. 1647).

3 1
Laird, Warren Powers, Sc.D. 1911, LL.D. 1932, Dean School of Fine Arts 1924-1932.
Box Folder

University Courses in Architecture and Other Fine Arts, 1932.

3 2
Lamb, William W., Med. 1870 (n.g.).
Box Folder

Practice of Medicine, 1835.

3 3
Lambert, John Jr., Certificate of Proficiency (Arts) 1883.
Box Folder

Dept. of Arts and Sciences Entrance Exam, 1877; Phila. Medical Assoc. Exam Notice, 1875-1876.

3 4

Phillips Evidence, 1843, 1844; Calculus, 1837-1838.

3 5
Lester, Evan G., M.D. 1830.
Box Folder

"Short Notes" Theory and Practice of Medicine, 1827-1828.

3 6

Practice and Clinical Practice, 1827-1828.

3 7

Theory and Practice of Medicine, 1827-1828.

3 8
Marburg, Edgar, Acting Professor 1832-1893, Professor 1893-1915 Town School [School of Engineering].
Box Folder

Railroad Engineering, n.d.

3 9

Steam Engines, 1885.

3 10
Martin, Cyrena Van Syckel, A.M. 1915.
Box Folder

Abnormal Psychology, 1913; Summer School Certificate, 1914.

3 11

Civil Gov't, 1912; Municipal Gov't, 1914; Current Social Problems, 1912-1913.

3 12

Genetic Psychology, 1914.

3 13

Hist. of Social Institutions, 1914-1915; Theory of Sociology, 1913.

3 14

Psychology I-Laboratory Work, 1914 Pyschology I--Laboratory Work.

3 15

Physiology, n.d.; John Spargo, "Socialism" (1909 ed.) notes 1912, Sociology, 1912-1913.

3 16

The Family, 1913.

3 17

Zoology II, 1911-1912; Notes on Locke, Machiavelli, Montesquie, n.d.

3 18
McHenry, Margaret, Ph.D. 1931.
Box Folder

Notes from English Lectures, 1925-1930.

4 1
Murphey, Samuel, M.D. 1829.
Box Folder

Notebook, Practice Volume I, 1829.

4 2

Notebook, Practice Volume II, 1829.

4 3
Patten, Simon N., Professor of Political Economy 1888-1917.
Box Folder

Economics Lecture Notes, 1915.

4 4
Pearson, Leonard, V.M.D. 1890, M.D. (honorary) 1907.
Box Folder

Anatomy notes, n.d.

4 5

Canine Pathology, n.d., Medicine, 1890.

4 6

Description et Structure de la Tunique Musculaire de L'Oesophage, 1872.

4 7

Experiments binder, 1910.

4 8

General Pathology, 1888.

4 9

Internal I, 1888-1889.

4 10

Internal II, 1888-1889.

4 11

Internal III, 1888-1889.

4 12

Internal Pathology, 1889.

4 13

Obstetrics, n.d.

4 14

Surgery I, 1888-1889.

4 15

Surgery II, 1888-1889.

4 16

Surgical Pathology, 1888-1890.

4 17

Test Animal lab binder, 1907.

4 18

Therapeutics, n.d.

4 19
Pellissier, Edward, B.S. 1933.
Box Folder

Business Geography, 1929.

4 20

Business Geography, 1933.

4 21
Pepper, William III, A.B. 1894, M.D. 1897.
Box Folder

Book I--Illustrations, Tables etc., Lectures on Medicine, 1899-1900.

4 22

Book II--Illustrations, Tables etc., Lectures on Medicine, 1900-1901.

4 23

Book III--Illustrations, Tables etc., Lectures on Medicine, 1905-1906.

4 24

Book IV--Revised and Enlarged, Illustrations, Tables, etc., Lectures on Medicine, 1900-1908.

4 25

Catalogue of illustrations for Lectures on Practice.

5 1

Dr. Wm. Pepper--Graduation Speech, n.d.; newspaper reprint of speech, n.d.

5 2

Student's notes from Dr. William Pepper's lectures, 1891.

5 3
Perot, John, A.B. 1880, A.M. 1883.
Box Folder

An Atlas of Ancient Geography, Samuel Butler, 1841.

5 4

Latin Syllabus for the Freshman Year, 1871.

5 5

Metres of Horace, 1866.

5 6
Peterson, Elizabeth Darst, A.B. 1951, A.M. 1953.
Box Folder

The Origins of American Democracy, 1952-1953.

5 7
Piersol, George Arthur, M.D. 18877.
Box Folder

Histological Abstracts-arranged topically, index in front, 1884.

5 8

Notes on the Lectures by Dr. Alfred Stille on the Theory and Practice of Medicine, 1874.

5 9

Notes on the Lectures by Dr. Alfred Stille on the Theory and Practice of Medicine, 1875.

5 10

Notes on the Lectures by Dr. Alfred Stille on the Theory and Practice of Medicine, 1876.

5 11

Notes on the Lectures by R.A.F. Penrose--Obstetrics of Diseases of Women, 1875.

5 12
Richards, Horace Clark, A.B. 1888, Ph.D. 1891, Physics Fellow 1890-1892, Instructor of Physics 1893-1903, Assistant Professor of Physics 1903-1909, Professor of Physics 1909-1938, Professor Emeritus 1938.
Box Folder

Constitution of Matter, n.d.; Atomic Mechanics, n.d.

5 13

Correspondence, 1919; Physics Laboratory notes, n.d.

5 14

D. Junii Juvenalis, "Satirarum", 1884.

5 15

Horace C. Richards, "Problems and Laboratory Notes on Analytic Dynamics, for Physics 20." (Stephenson-Brothers, 1938).

5 16

Lectures notes Volume I. n.d.

5 17

Lectures notes Volume II, n.d.

5 18

M. Tullius Cicero, "De Officiis, De Senectute", 1882.

5 19

Notes as student at Johns Hopkins and University of Pennsylvania, 1890-1903.

5 20

Paley, Frederick A., ed., "Euripides", 1861.

5 21

Physics Lab Studies, n.d.; Electricity and Magnetics, 1903.

5 22

Physics, n.d.

5 23

Project notes from the Bureau of Standards, 1918.

5 24

Q. Horatii Flacci, "Opera Omnia", 1880.

6 1

Radiation: Formulas, n.d.; Problems etc. on Harmonic Series I, n.d.

6 2

Theory of Sound, n.d.

6 3

Typescript and Manuscript notes, 1909.

6 4

Xenophontis, "Historia Graeca", 1840.

6 5
Rodman, Jessie Abigail, B.S. 1912, A.M. 1918, Ph.D. 1923.
Box Folder

17th Century Literature, 1910; Amer. And English Literature, 1911-1912.

6 6

America in the 19th Century, 1911-1912.

6 7

Astronomy, 1910; 19th Century Europe, 1911.

6 8

Logic, 1909-1910; Ethics, 1910.

6 9

The British Empire, 1910-1911.

6 10

The French Revolution, 1910.

6 11

The Powers in Asia, 1912; Expansion of the United States, n.d.

6 12
Shantz, Tilgman Peter., M.D. 1846.
Box Folder

Pathology Lecture Notes, 1847.

6 13
Smith, James Somers, A.B. 1887.
Box Folder

Euripides, "The Iphigenia in Tauris" 1910.

6 14

Xenophontis, "Historia Graeca", 1877.

6 15
Smith, Thomas Leaming, Col. 1862 (n.g.).
Box Folder

Q. Curtii Rufi, "Historia Alexandri Magni," 1790.

6 16
Smyth, Isaac S. Jr., A.B. 1878, A.M. 1881.
Box Folder

History of Roman or Civil Law, c. 1878.

6 17
Snare, Jacob Jr., A.B. 1874, A.M. 1877.
Box Folder

Rules for Translating Latin, George Allen, 1865.

6 18
Spiller, Robert Earnest, A.B. 1917, A.M. 1920, Ph.D. 1924.
Box Folder

American Drama, 1919.

6 19

American Literature, 1919-1920.

6 20

American Literature (con't), 1919-1920.

7 1

American Novel, 1919; Middle English Philology, 1920-1921.

7 2

Celtic-Renaissance, 18th Century Poetry, 1919-1920.

7 3

Elizabethan Drama, 1920-1921.

7 4

Elizabethan Lyric, 1919-1920.

7 5

Modern Drama, Histories in Shakespeare, 1919-1920.

7 6

Old English Philology, 1919-1920; Middle English Literature, 1920-1921.

7 7
Starr, Isaac, M.D. 1920.
Box Folder

Pharmacology I, 1917.

7 8
Steen, John Gill, A.B. 1860, A.M. 1863.

Lectures Delivered by Professor Frazer before the Senior Class 1859 on The Steam Engine.

Stille, Alfred, A.B. 1832, A.M. 1835, M.D. 1836, LL.D. 1889 (honorary), Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine 1864-1884.
Box Folder

Lecture Notes, 1867-1879.

7 9
Taylor, George Beaumont, Col. 1891 (n.g.).
Oversize

Plan of Proposed Park Thoroughfare, 1892.

OS 1

Civil Engineering Sketches, 1891.

OS 2

Civil Engineering Sketches, 1891.

OS 3

Civil Engineering Sketches, 1891.

OS 4

Civil Engineering Sketches, 1891.

OS 5
Wallace, James Madison Power, A.B. 1865, A.M. 1866, LL.B. 1868.
Box Folder

Physical Geography, Physical Astronomy, 1865.

7 10

Physical Science, 1862.

7 11
Welsh, Henry Hunter, A.B. 1896.
Box Folder

Greek Prose, 1896.

7 12
Welsh, Herbert, A.B. 1871, A.M. 1874.
Box Folder

A Syllabus of the Metres of Horace, 1866.

7 13
Welsh, Samuel, A.B. 1885.
Box Folder

Virgil: Poems and Six books of the Aneaid, n.d.

7 14

Satirarum, D. Junii Juvenalis, 1883.

7 15

De Officius, De Senectute, et Amicitia, M. Tullius Cicero, 1879.

7 16

Opera Omnia, Q. Horatii Flacci, 1880.

7 17
Willson, David Burt, A.B. 1860, A.M. 1863, D.D. (honorary) 1890.
Box Folder

Misc. Notes Junior Year, 1859; Mathematics, 1858; Misc. Notes Senior Year, 1860.

7 18

Misc. Notes Junior Year, 1859; Misc. Notes Junior Year, 1859; Misc. Notes Soph. Year, 1858.

7 19

Misc. Notes Senior Year, 1860 (4 notebooks);.

8 1

Physical Science and Natural Philosophy, 1857-1858; Notes on Steam Engine, Hippolytus, and Horace, 1859.

8 2

Translation of "Prometheus"; Philosophy notes, 1858; Misc. Class Notes, 1858-1859.

8 3
Willson, Mary Grier, A.M. 1904.
Box Folder

English Literature List of Topics, 1919.

8 4

English Literature, 1903-1904, 1905-1906.

8 5
Yeates, Jasper, A.M. 1761.
Box Folder

Notebook, 1759 (originals in UPA 3, Mss no. 1652).

8 6

Notebook, 1760 (originals in UPA 3, Mss no. 1653).

8 7

Notebook, 1760 (originals in UPA 3, Mss no. 1654).

8 8
Zuckerman, Michael, B.A. 1961, Associate Professor of History.
Box Folder

American Civilization 300, Virginia 17th Century, 1960-1961.

8 9

American Civilization I (#1), 1959-1960.

8 10

American Civilization I (#2), 1959-1960.

8 11

Art and Civilzation I, 1960; Art and Civilization II, 1961.

8 12

Economics 2--General Economics, 1959-1960.

8 13

Economics 4, 1961; English 130, 1958; English 142, 1959.

8 14

English 183--Amer. Lit to Civil War, 1959-1960.

8 15

English 685--Amer. Lit. since 1915, 1960-1961; English 267, 1959-1960 or 1960-1961.

8 16

General Literature 404, 1960-1961.

8 17

History 167--Politics in Amer. Society, 1960.

8 18

History 173, 1959.

8 19

History 178, 1959-1960.

8 20

History 45, 1957-1958.

8 21

History 60--Amer. History 1783-1865, 1958.

8 22

Philosophy 15, 1961.

9 1

Philosophy 26, 1959; Political Science II, 1957-1958; Psychology I, 1958-1959.

9 2

Philosophy 3--History of Ancient Philosophy, 1960.

9 3

Philosophy 4, 1959.

9 4
Uknown Students.
Box Folder

Anatomical Note Book, 1866-1867.

9 5

English 23: Parliamentary Procedure, 1954.

9 6

Geometrical Problems, n.d.

9 7

History and Theories of Public Finance, 1892.

9 8

Law Dept.-Family Law lecture notes, 1876-1877.

9 9

Law Dept.-Real Estate Law, 1876-1877.

9 10

Lecture Notes-Practice, Pleading, and Evidence, n.d.

9 11

Lectures on Surgery by Dr. Harris L Mutter--for Index see page 60, 1843.

9 12

Materia Medica, 1827-1828.

9 13

Notes, Documents on the American Revolution, n.d.

9 14

Practice of Medicine, 1886-1888; Hygiene and Bacteriology, n.d.

9 15

Theory and Practice of Medicine, 1851.

9 16

University Faculty.

Klein, Louis Amos, V.M.D. 1897, Professor of Veterinary Pharmacology.
Box Folder

Course notes, 1944.

9 17
Hyde, Walter Woodburn, Instructor of Greek 1910-1914, Assistant Professor of Greek 1914-1924, Professor of Greek 1924-1930, Professor of Greek and Ancient History 1930-1940, Professor of Greek (Graduate School) 1929-1940, Professor Emeritus Greek and Ancient History 1940, LL.D. (honorary) 1948.
Box Folder

Lecture Notes--"Greek Religion and its Survival in Greece"--Chp. I, 1922.

9 18

Lecture Notes--"Greek Religion and its Survival in Greece"--Chp. II, 1922.

9 19

Lecture Notes--"Greek Religion and its Survival in Greece"--Chp. III, 1922.

9 20

Lecture Notes--"Greek Religion and its Survival in Greece"--Chp. IV, 1922.

9 21

Lecture Notes--"Greek Religion and its Survival in Greece"--Chp. V, 1922.

9 22

Lecture Notes--"Greek Religion and its Survival in Greece"--Chp. VI, 1922.

9 23

Lecture Notes--"Greek Religion and its Survival in Greece"--Chp. VII, 1922.

9 24
Macfarlane, John Muirhead, Professor of Biology and Botany 1892-1920.
Box Folder

Botany I, n.d.

9 25

Plant Growth, 1915.

9 26
Shaaber, Matthias Adam, A.B. 1918, A.B. 1924, Ph.D. 1929, Instructor of English 1919-1935, Assistant Professor of English 1935-1940, Associate Professor of English 1940-1942, Professor of English 1942-1968, Professor Emeritus 1968.
Box Folder

Comedies of Shakespeare, (2 copies), Incomplete-Intro. and Glossary only, 1932 1935.

9 27

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-[Elizabethan Education], n.d.

9 28

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-[Elizabethan Science], n.d.

9 29

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-[Elizabethan Society], n.d.

9 30

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-[Historical Survey of Elizabethan Era], n.d.

9 31

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-[practice of history], n.d.

9 32

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-bibliography, assignments, 1940-1955.

9 33

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-bibliography, n.d.

9 34

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-Courtly Love, n.d.

9 35

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-Criticism, n.d.

9 36

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-Humanism, n.d.

10 1

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-Narrative Poerty, n.d.

10 2

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-Pastoral, n.d.

10 3

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-Political Science, n.d.

10 4

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-Renaissance, n.d.

10 5

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-The Mirror, n.d.

10 6

English 631--Elizabethan Literature-Translations, n.d.

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English 631--Elizabethan Literature-Wyatt and Surrey, n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (01), n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (02), 1964-1972, n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (03), 1963-1967,n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (04), 1961, n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (05), n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (06), 1963-1971, n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (07), 1964-1972, n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (08), n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (09), 1968-1969, n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (10), 1967, n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (11), 1963-1974, n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (12), 1962-1968, n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (13), 1963-1967, n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (14), 1964-1967, n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (15), n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (16), n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (17), 1963-1966, n.d.

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English 999--Bibliographic Survey of Eng. Renaissance Lit. (18), n.d.

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English 999--related newspaper clippings, 1964-1972.

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History of English Literature (01), n.d.

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History of English Literature (02), n.d.

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History of English Literature (03), n.d.

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History of English Literature (04), n.d.

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History of English Literature (05), n.d.

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History of English Literature (06), n.d.

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History of English Literature (07), n.d.

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History of English Literature (08), n.d.

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History of English Literature (09), n.d.

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History of English Literature (10), n.d.

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History of English Literature (11), n.d.

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History of English Literature (12), n.d.

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History of English Literature (13), n.d.

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History of English Literature (14), n.d.

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History of English Literature (15), n.d.

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History of English Literature (16), n.d.

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History of English Literature (17), n.d.

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History of English Literature (18), n.d.

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History of English Literature (19), n.d.

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History of English Literature (20), n.d.

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History of English Literature (21), n.d.

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History of English Literature (22), n.d.

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History of English Literature (23), n.d. [bibliography?].

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History of English Literature (24), n.d.

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History of English Literature (25), n.d.

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History of English Literature (26), n.d.

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History of English Literature (27), n.d.

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History of English Literature (28), n.d.

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History of English Literature (29), n.d.

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History of English Literature (30), n.d.

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History of English Literature (31), n.d.

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History of English Literature (32), n.d.

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Misc. English Courses-syllabi, assignments, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Antony (1), n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Antony (2), n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--As You Like it, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Caesar, Coriolanus, Cymbeline, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Canon, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Characters, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Chronology, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Comedies, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Criticism, Histories, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Integrity, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Life, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Midsummer Night's Dream (incl. 2 incompl. copies of play), n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Opinions, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Parts of unknown volumes-glossaries, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Personality, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Prosody, Punctuation, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--roll, bibliography, misc. lecture notes; n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Sources, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Stage History, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Style, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--syllabi, exams, 1936-1968.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Technique, n.d.

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Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Tragedies, n.d.

12 3

Shakespeare Grad. Courses--Transmission, n.d.

12 4
Willcox, Horace B., A.M. 1955.
Box Folder

Ancient India paper, 1950.

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Anthropology 10c, 1949.

12 6

Anthropology 501, 1948.

12 7

Anthropology 502 and 602, 1950-1952.

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Anthropology 504, 1955.

12 9

Anthropology 505S, 1950.

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Anthropology 514, 1950-1951.

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Anthropology 523, 1949.

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Anthropology 532, 1952-1956.

12 13

Anthropology 537, 1948.

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Anthropology 603, 1943-1955.

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Anthropology 604, 1951-1952.

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Anthropology 607, 1955.

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Anthropology 616, 1948-1949.

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Anthropology 617, 1948-1949.

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Anthropology 617 Term Papers, 1949.

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Anthropology 618, 1951.

12 21

Anthropology Thesis (1),1955.

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Anthropology Thesis (2), 1955.

12 23

Dept. of S.E. Asia 536, n.d.

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Dept. of S.E. Asia 540, 1950.

12 25

Early Life Formation, 1955.

12 26

Early Man Western Hemisphere, 1955.

12 27

Epic of Man-Life magazine articles, 1955-1956.

12 28

Ethnology-General Readings, 1948-1955.

12 29

Great Religions-Life magazine articles, 1955.

12 30

Human Paleontology (1), 1955.

12 31

Human Paleontology (2), 1955.

12 32

Middle America, 1951-1952.

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Miscellaneous items re: Hist. of Medicine, n.d.

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Miscellaneous notes and clippings on American archeaology, 1954 and n.d.

13 3

Miscellaneous notes and clippings on Asia, c. 1956.

13 4

Miscellaneous notes and clippings on Meso-America, 1951-1956.

13 5

Peoples and Cultures of the Near East, 1948.

13 6

Peoples of the Pacific, 1950.

13 7

Pre and Early Man, 1952-1955.

13 8

Psychology and Culture, 1949-1952.

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Rise of English Literary Prose, n.d.

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Social Organization, 1955.

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World We Live In-misc. Life magazine articles (1), 1952-1953.

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World We Live In-misc. Life magazine articles (2), 1954.

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Writing Good English Prose, n.d.

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4x6 cards-History of Medicine, n.d.

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3x5 cards-Biblio. Of Subjects Taught, n.d.

18 2

3x5 cards-History of Medicine, n.d.

19 1

4x6 cards, misc., arranged topically, n.d.

19 2

4x6 cards Geography and History and Cultural Change, n.d.

20 1

Published Course Material.

Box Folder

American Hymnal For Church Service, 1922.

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Church Hymnary: A Collection of Hymns and Tunes for Public Worship, Edwin A. Bedell, 1903.

13 16

Directions for Work in Mechanical Laboratories, n.d.

13 17

Elements of Logick, John Andrews, 1807.

13 18

Grammar of the Latin Language, Andrews, E.A.; Stoddard, S, 1845.

13 19

Pinnock's Improved Edition of Dr. Goldsmiths History of Greece, William C. Taylor, 1848.

13 20

Principle of Human Physiology, William B. Carpenter, 1853.

13 21

Syllabus of American Colonial History, Winfred T. Root, Herman V. Ames, 912.

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Syntax of Brant's Narrenschiff, Henry D. Learned, 1917.

14 2

System of Punctuation, John G.R. McElroy, 1878.

14 3

Third Reader of the School and Family Series, Marcus Wilson, 1860.

14 4
College of Arts and Sciences.
Box Folder
Latin Syllabus for the Freshman Year, Francis A. Jackson, 1871.
14 6
Box Folder

Arguments of Several of the Satires of Juvenal, 1858 (2 Copies).

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Latin Syllabus for the Freshman Year, Francis A. Jackson, 1871.

14 7

Latin Syllabus for the Freshman Year, Francis A. Jackson, 1871.

14 8

Syllabus of European History in the Nineteenth Century, n.d.

14 9

Syllabus of Medieval History: 395-1300, Dana C. Munro, 1905.

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School of Medicine.
Oversize

Institutes and Practice of Medicine, Benjamin Rush, 1811.

OS 6

Diseases of the Skin, Louis A. Duhring, 1883.

OS 6
Box Folder

Cell Doctrine: Its History and Present State, James Tyson, 1878.

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Introductory Lectures and Addresses on Medical Subjects, George B. Wood, 1859.

14 12

Laboratory Directions for Bacteriological Laboratory Course, 1912.

14 13

Manual of Physical Diagnosis, James Tyson, 1891.

14 14

Materia Medica and Pharmacy, George B. Wood, 1838.

14 15

Materia Medica and Pharmacy, Joseph Carson, 1851.

14 16

Notes of the Chemical Lectures for First-Year Students, John Marshall, 1894.

14 17

Notes of the Chemical Lectures for Second Year Students, John Marshall, 1894.

14 18

Printed Notes on General Chemistry for First Year Students, 1885.

14 19

Syllabus of Laboratory Work in Toxicology, 1916.

14 20

Syllabus of Lectures on the Vertebrata, Edward D. Cope, 1898.

14 21

School and Departmental Material.

Oversize

Medical School Catalogue of Models-George Bacon Wood, 1853-1854, Alfred Stille, 1864-1865, 1867-1868.

OS 6
Box Folder

Amer. Pol. And Inst. Hist--Lectures by Herman Vandenburg Ames, 1898.

15 1

College of Engineering and Applied Science-Freshman Seminar Program, 1972-1973.

15 2

Department of Geology-M.A. and Ph.D. Preliminary Examination, 1973.

15 3

Department of History-Course Syllabi, n.d.

15 4

Examinations on Physics, Mechanics, etc. 1873-1875. Volume I.

15 5

Examinations on Physics, Mechanics, etc. 1873-1875. Volume II.

15 6

Germanic Languages and Literatures-German 1R, 1960.

15 7

Junior Class Prize-"Analysis of Cicero's Oration for Cluentus," University of Pennsylvania, 1862.

15 8

Misc Exams collected by Steven Eisenberg, 1921-1975.

15 9

Practice and Pleading at Law--Lectures by Prof. Bispham, c. 1884.

15 10

School of Allied Medical Professions-Occupational Therapy-Physical Dysfuntion, 1975.

15 11

School of Dental Medicine-Department of Pediatric Dentistry-Curriculum (2 copies), 1974.

15 12

School of Medicine-Competitive Examinations, 1926.

15 13
Classics Department.
Box Folder

W.B. McDaniel Selections-Classics Files, Volume 1, n.d.

15 14

W.B. McDaniel Selections-Classics Files, Volume 2, n.d.

15 15

W.B. McDaniel Selections-Classics Files, Volume 3, n.d.

15 16

W.B. McDaniel Selections-Classics Files, Volume 4, n.d.

15 17

W.B. McDaniel Selections-Classics Files, Volume 5, n.d.

15 18
College of General Studies.
Box Folder

Art 140b-TV, 1961-1962.

15 19

Classical Studies 15-Fm, 1961-1962.

15 20

Descriptive Astronomy 2-TV, 1959-1960.

15 21

English 105-FM, 1960-1961.

15 22

English 126-TV, Fall, 1960-1961.

15 23

English 155-TV, Spring, 1962.

15 24

English 174-TV, 1961-1962.

15 25

English 252-TV, Spring, 1961.

15 26

General Anthropology 2-TV, Spring 1959.

15 27

General Anthropology 2-TV,Summer 1960.

15 28

History 192b-TV, Spring 1962.

15 29

History 40b-FM,1961-1962.

15 30

History 45b-TV, 1960-1961.

15 31

History 60b-FM,1960-1961.

15 31

Philosophy 2-FM, 1961.

16 1

Political Science 50a-TV, 1960-1961.

16 2

Russian 32-FM, 1962.

16 3

Sociology 6-FM,1961-1962.

16 4
Fine Arts Curriculum.
Box Folder

Changes in Architecture Course, 1922-1923.

16 5

Land Programs, 1932.

16 6

Landscape Architecture Keys and Lists, 1938-1939.

16 7

Landscape Architecture Keys and Lists, 1939.

16 8

Notes by Prof. Albert C. Schweizer, 1943.

16 9

Notes from City and Regional Planning, 1943.

16 10

Notes on City and Regional Planning, 1943.

16 11

Outlines, Sketches, Assignments, n.d.

16 12

Reading Assignments, 1931-1932, 1936-1937.

16 13

Student sketches, 1907-1908.

16 14

Syllabus City and Regional Planning, 1943.

16 15

Tentative course outlines and speeches, 1943.

16 16
School of Medicine.
Box Folder

Apoplexy, 1862.

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Asthma, 1862.

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Bronchitis, 1860.

16 19

Cancer, 1861.

16 20

Cancer of the Stomach, 1861.

16 21

Cholera, 1861.

16 22

Cholera Infantum, n.d.

16 23

Chorea, 1861.

16 24

Civil War Medicine, 1864.

16 25

Colic, n.d.; Lead Colic, n.d.

16 26

Congestion, n.d.

16 27

Croup, 1861.

16 28

Delerium, 1861.

16 29

Diabetes, n.d.

16 30

Diagnosis and Prognosis, 1860.

16 31

Diarrhea, n.d.; Dysntery, n.d.

16 32

Diseases of Solids Irritation, 1860.

16 33

Diseases of the Esophagus, n.d.

16 34

Diseases of the Heart, 1862.

16 35

Diseases of the Kidneys, 1862.

16 36

Diseases of the Liver I, 1862, Spleen, 1862, Inflammation of Pancreas, n.d.

16 37

Diseases of the Liver II, 1862.

16 38

Diseases of the Skin (1), 1862.

16 39

Diseases of the Skin (2), 1862.

16 40

Diseases of the Spinal Marrow, n.d.; Neuralgia, n.d.

16 41

Diseases of the Stomach I, n.d.; Diseases of the Stomach II, 1860.

16 42

Dothieneterie [Typhoid], 1861.

16 43

Dropsy-General Pathology, n.d.

16 44

Dysfunction, n.d.; Melanus, n.d.; Cyst, n.d.; Parasitic Animal, 1860.

16 45

Dyspepsia [Indegestion], n.d.

16 46

Edema of the Lungs, 1862; Gangrene of the Lungs, n.d.

16 47

Enteritis--Addittional Notes, n.d.

16 48

Epilepsy, 1861.

16 49

Epistaxia [Nosebleeds], n.d.; Hemophysics, n.d.; Hemorrages, n.d.

16 50

Erysipelas [Cellulitis], 1861.

16 51

Fever--Phenomena, Course, Varieties, Cause and Theories, 1861.

16 52

General Doctrine of Fever and Intermittent Fever, 1861.

16 53

Gout, 1861.

16 54

Helminitus, 1862.

16 55

Hemmorrhoids-Constipation, n.d.; Obstruction of Bowels, 1862.

16 56

Hysteria, 1862.

16 57

Idiopathic Fever, n.d.

17 1

Inflammation and its Varieties, 1847 1862.

17 2

Inflammation of the Brain and Its Membranes, 1861.

17 3

Inflammation of the Mouth, 1861.

17 4

Inflammation of the Throat, n.d.

17 5

Laryngitis, 1861.

17 6

Measles--Rubeola, Morbilli, 1861.

17 7

Medical Advancement, n.d. Medical Advancement.

17 8

Nephritic Colic, 1862.

17 9

Neuralgia, n.d.

17 10

Peritontitus, 1860.

17 11

Phlebitis, 1862.

17 12

Phthisis, 1861.

17 13

Pleuritis, n.d.

17 14

Pneumonia, 1862.

17 15

Pneumothorase, 1862.

17 16

Remittent Fever, 1861.

17 17

Rheumatism, 1861.

17 18

Rough Notes Upon Injurious Effects of Tobacco, 1851.

17 19

Scarlitina [Scarlet Fever], 1861.

17 20

Scrofula, n.d.; Malaria, 1861.

17 21

Scurvy, 1862.

17 22

Secondary Combination of Elements of Disease, 1847.

17 23

Semiology, 1861.

17 24

Spinal Marrow, 1862.

17 25

Tetanus, 1861.

17 26

Tubercula, n.d.

17 27

Tuberculosis, 1861.

17 28

Typhus Fever, 1860.

17 29

Vaccination [for Smallpox], 1860; Varicella [Chickenpox], n.d.

17 30

Vareola [Smallpox], 1861.

17 31

Williams Priciples of Pathology, 1847.

17 32

Yellow Fever, 1861.

17 33
Wharton School.
Geography 14.
Box Folder

Atoms-The Alphabet of Creation, n.d.

17 34

Biological Inheritance Versus Culture, n.d.

17 35

Case Method, n.d.

17 36

Cell Reproduction and Division, n.d.

17 37

Cellular Basis of Heredity, n.d.

17 38

Cellular Basis of Life, n.d.

17 39

Chemist as "Creator", n.d.

17 40

Combinations of Atoms, n.d.

17 41

Conquest of Some Historic Enemies, n.d.

17 42

Control of Space, n.d.

17 43

Culture and Race, n.d.

17 44

Culture Area, n.d.

17 45

Culture Growth, n.d.

17 46

Culture Origins, n.d.

17 47

Destruction of the Earth's Surface, n.d.

17 48

Development of Surgery and Anesthesia, n.d.

17 49

Difficulties in Devel. of Scientific Soc. Problems, n.d.

17 50

Drifting Continents and Earth Revolutions, n.d.

17 51

Evidence of Evolution, n.d.

17 52

Evolution of Man, n.d.

17 53

Evolution of Plants and Animals, n.d.

17 54

Folly of Intolerance, n.d.

17 55

Foundations of the Universe, n.d.

17 56

Fundamental Factors in Evolution, n.d.

17 57

Gases, Liquids, and Crystals.

17 58

Geologic Time, n.d.

17 59

Germinal and Acquired Characteristics, n.d.

17 60

Habit and the Learning Process, n.d.

17 61

Infinity of Space and Time, n.d.

17 62

Intelligence and its Measurement.

17 63

Is Civilization Self-Destructive?.

17 64

Man's Increasing Productivity, n.d.

17 65

Meaning of the Industrial Revolution, n.d.

17 66

Means of Social Control, n.d.

17 67

Mendelian Priciples of Heredity, n.d.

17 68

Mental Hygiene, n.d.

17 69

Natural Resources: Uses and Conservation, n.d.

17 70

Neurological Basis of Mind, n.d.

17 71

Orderly Universe, n.d.

17 72

Origin and Development of the Earth, n.d.

17 73

Original Human Nature, n.d.

17 74

Our Invisible Foes and Friends, n.d.

17 75

Population and Food Supply, n.d.

17 76

Population and Social Problems, n.d.

17 77

Psychology in Business, n.d.

17 78

Public Health Movement, n.d.

17 79

Rejuvanation of the Earth, n.d.

17 80

Research and Research Agencies, n.d.

17 81

Science and Food Conservation, n.d.

17 82

Science in the Laboratory, n.d.

17 83

Science Increasing the Food Supply, n.d.

17 84

Scientific Revival and Culture Lag, n.d.

17 85

Social Problems, n.d.

17 86

Social Science and Problems in Development, n.d.

17 87

Some Statistical Concerns and Problems, n.d.

17 88

Some Unconquered Enemies, n.d.

17 89

Use and Abuse of Statistics, n.d.

17 90

Miscellaneous.

Box Folder

National Humanistic Education Center--list of programs and publications, 1976.

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