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University Archives and Records Center [Contact Us]
1915-1956
Creator:
Aubrey, Edwin E., 1896-1956,
Extent: 6.5 cubic feet
A nationally known theologian, Edwin Ewart Aubrey established the Department of Religious Thought at the University of Pennsylvania. He finished out his career at the University as professor and chairman of the department until his death in 1956. The collection reflects Edwin E. Aubrey's fruitful career of research, teaching, and publication in the field of theology.
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Edwin E. Aubrey Papers
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Aubrey, Edwin E., 1896-1956,
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PU-Ar.UPT 50 A895
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University of Pennsylvania University Archives and Records Center
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6.5 cubic feet
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1915-1956
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A nationally known theologian, Edwin Ewart Aubrey established the Department of Religious Thought at the University of Pennsylvania. He finished out his career at the University as professor and chairman of the department until his death in 1956. The collection reflects Edwin E. Aubrey's fruitful career of research, teaching, and publication in the field of theology.
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1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s
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Aubrey, Edwin E., 1896-1956 American Association of Theological Schools. American Theological Society. Bucknell University. Carleton College. (Northfield, Minn.) Chicago Ecumenical Discussion Group. Crozer Theological Seminary. Federal Council of Churches (U.S.). Department of International Justice and Good Will. Miami University (Oxford, Ohio). University of Chicago Settlement. University of Chicago. University of Pennsylvania. Vassar College.
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Author indexes. Book reviews. Card indexes. Clippings. Correspondence. Curriculum. Pamphlets. Publications. Reprints. Subject indexes. Syllabi.
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1949-1969
Creator:
Cochran, Thomas C., (Thomas Childs), 1902-1999,
Extent: 10 cubic feet
Thomas Childs Cochran was an economic historian, educator and author who was on the faculty of New York University (1927-1950) and the University of Pennsylvania (1950-1972); who is notable for his contributions to the development of numerous professional organizations with which he was associated during his career. The Cochran Papers consist of Professor Cochran's general, correspondence relating to the organizations with which he was affiliated, and his teachings and writings
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Thomas Childs Cochran Papers
creator
Cochran, Thomas C., (Thomas Childs), 1902-1999,
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PU-Ar.UPT 50 C663
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University of Pennsylvania University Archives and Records Center
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10 cubic feet
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1949-1969
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Thomas Childs Cochran was an economic historian, educator and author who was on the faculty of New York University (1927-1950) and the University of Pennsylvania (1950-1972); who is notable for his contributions to the development of numerous professional organizations with which he was associated during his career. The Cochran Papers consist of Professor Cochran's general, correspondence relating to the organizations with which he was affiliated, and his teachings and writings
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1940s 1950s 1960s
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Cochran, Thomas C., (Thomas Childs), 1902-1999 American Historical Association. Committee on Research in Economic History. Economic History Association (U.S.). National Bureau of Economic Research. National Records Management Council. New York Commission on Business Records. New York University. -- General subdivision--Faculty.; Organization of American Historians. Social Science Research Council. Historiography Committee. Society for American Studies. University of Pennsylvania. Dept. of History. -- General subdivision--Curricula.;
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Articles. Correspondence. Lecture notes. Manuscripts (for publication). Memorabilia. Outlines. Reviews (Criticism). Speeches. Syllabi.