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1912-1960
(Bulk: 1939-1956)
Creator:
Cope, Thomas Darlington, 1880-1964,
Extent: 2 cubic feet
Thomas Darlington Cope received his Ph.D. in Physics in 1915 at the University of Pennsylvania and spent his entire professional career at Penn. His prominence as a historian of science arose from his study of Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, the English surveyors who were brought to America to help settle the border dispute between Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania that resulted in the famous Mason-Dixon Line. The Thomas Darlington Cope Papers contains Cope's personal correspondence from 1912-1956, and his Mason and Dixon Line research.
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Thomas Darlington Cope Papers
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Cope, Thomas Darlington, 1880-1964,
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PU-Ar.UPT 50 C782
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University of Pennsylvania University Archives and Records Center
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2 cubic feet
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1912-1960
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1939-1956
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Thomas Darlington Cope received his Ph.D. in Physics in 1915 at the University of Pennsylvania and spent his entire professional career at Penn. His prominence as a historian of science arose from his study of Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, the English surveyors who were brought to America to help settle the border dispute between Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania that resulted in the famous Mason-Dixon Line. The Thomas Darlington Cope Papers contains Cope's personal correspondence from 1912-1956, and his Mason and Dixon Line research.
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Cope, Thomas Darlington, 1880-1964 American Association of Physics Teachers. American Institute of Physics. American Philosophical Society. Dixon, Jeremiah, 1733-1779 Mason, Charles, 1728-1768 Pennsylvania Academy of Science. University of Pennsylvania Fund. University of Pennsylvania. Dept. of Physics.
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Articles. Correspondence. Diaries. Drafts (preliminary versions). Manuscripts (for publication).
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1896-1963
(Bulk: 1930-1952)
Creator:
Scholtz, Karl W.H., (Karl William Henry), 1886-1962,
Extent: 1 cubic feet
Karl William Henry Scholz was a professor of economics at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and one of Philadelphia's leading economists. This Karl William Henry Scholz Papers documents his active public and professional life. The bulk of the collection consists of Scholz's writings from 1930 until his death in 1962.
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Karl William Henry Scholz Papers
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Scholtz, Karl W.H., (Karl William Henry), 1886-1962,
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UPT 50 S368
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University of Pennsylvania University Archives and Records Center
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1 cubic feet
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1896-1963
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1930-1952
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Karl William Henry Scholz was a professor of economics at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and one of Philadelphia's leading economists. This Karl William Henry Scholz Papers documents his active public and professional life. The bulk of the collection consists of Scholz's writings from 1930 until his death in 1962.
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Scholtz, Karl W.H., (Karl William Henry), 1886-1962 Wharton School.
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Articles. Lectures. Manuscripts (for publication).
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ca. 1895 - ca. 1960
Creator:
Dilley, Edgar Meck, 1874-1960,
Extent: 0.5 cubic feet
Edgar Meck Dilley attended the University of Pennsylvania from 1893 to 1895. While at Penn, Dilley studied architecture and was an active member of the Glee Club. As a sophomore, he composed the lyrics to the University's alma mater "Hail, Pennsylvania" and encouraged William J. Goeckel and Harry E. Westervelt to write "The Red and Blue," the alma mater more commonly sung today. This small collection consists primarily of printed and published works by Edgar Meck Dilley, including poetry, short stories, novels, the script of an operetta, and the lyrics of "The Red and Blue".
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Edgar Meck Dilley Papers
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Dilley, Edgar Meck, 1874-1960,
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UPT 50 D578
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University of Pennsylvania University Archives and Records Center
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0.5 cubic feet
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ca. 1895 - ca. 1960
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Edgar Meck Dilley attended the University of Pennsylvania from 1893 to 1895. While at Penn, Dilley studied architecture and was an active member of the Glee Club. As a sophomore, he composed the lyrics to the University's alma mater "Hail, Pennsylvania" and encouraged William J. Goeckel and Harry E. Westervelt to write "The Red and Blue," the alma mater more commonly sung today. This small collection consists primarily of printed and published works by Edgar Meck Dilley, including poetry, short stories, novels, the script of an operetta, and the lyrics of "The Red and Blue".
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Dilley, Edgar Meck, 1874-1960 University of Pennsylvania. -- General subdivision--Songs and music.;
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Manuscripts (for publication).
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1846-1994
Creator:
Baltzell, E. Digby, (Edward Digby), 1915-,
Extent: 10.5 cubic feet
Edward Digby Baltzell served on the faculty of sociology at Penn from 1947 to 1986. The E. Digby Baltzell Papers consist of manuscripts and research sources pertaining to two of Baltzell's books, Puritan Boston and Quaker Philadelphia (1979) and Sporting Gentlemen (1995).
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E. Digby Baltzell Papers
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Baltzell, E. Digby, (Edward Digby), 1915-,
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PU-Ar.UPT 50 B197
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University of Pennsylvania University Archives and Records Center
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10.5 cubic feet
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1846-1994
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Edward Digby Baltzell served on the faculty of sociology at Penn from 1947 to 1986. The E. Digby Baltzell Papers consist of manuscripts and research sources pertaining to two of Baltzell's books, Puritan Boston and Quaker Philadelphia (1979) and Sporting Gentlemen (1995).
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Baltzell, E. Digby, (Edward Digby), 1915- Baltzell, E. Digby, 1915-, Title of a work--Puritan Boston and Quaker Philadelphia. 1979.;
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Manuscripts (for publication).
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1925-1963
Creator:
Drabkin, David Lion,, 1899-1981.,
Extent: 3 cubic feet
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David Lion Drabkin Papers
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Drabkin, David Lion,, 1899-1981.,
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UPT 50 D756
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University of Pennsylvania University Archives and Records Center
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3 cubic feet
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1925-1963
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Drabkin, David Lion,, 1899-1981. University of Pennsylvania.. Graduate School of Medicine.. University of Pennsylvania.. School of Dental Medicine.. Walter Reed Medical Center..
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Correspondence. Lecture notes. Manuscripts (for publication).
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