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John B. McMaster papers

Ms. Coll. 1330

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
McMaster, John B.
Title:
John B. McMaster papers
Date [bulk]:
1880-1932
Date [inclusive]:
1869-1950
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 1330
Extent:
16.5 linear feet (40 boxes)
Language:
English
Abstract:
John Bach McMaster (1852-1932) was an American writer and professor best known for his landmark history of the United States, A History of the People of the United States, which appeared in eight volumes from 1883 to 1913. McMaster’s historical technique was notable in its use of newspaper material and his insistence on providing social context from all classes, not simply the political leaders of the time. This collection contains correspondence, writings by McMaster, material used by McMaster in his research, and personal material, such as newspaper clippings of his life and work, testimonials by colleagues, and memorabilia.
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John B. McMaster papers, 1869-1950 (bulk: 1880-1932), Ms. Coll. 1330, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

John Bach McMaster (1852-1932) was an American writer and professor best known for his landmark history of the United States, A History of the People of the United States, which appeared in eight volumes from 1883 to 1913. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he graduated from the Free Academy (now the College of the City of New York) in 1872, at which point he became a clerk in the United States Engineer Corps. Over the next ten years he wrote several pamphlets on engineering and began work on his landmark  History.

In 1877, he was appointed Instructor in Geodesy at Princeton University, and in 1878, led the Princton's anthropological expedition to the Wyoming Badlands to gather fossils. In 1883, McMaster moved to Philadelphia and accepted an appointment as Professor of American History at the University of Pennsylvania; the first volume of his History appeared that same year. In addition to his  History, McMaster produced a popular primary school textbook,  A Primary School History of the United States (1901),  The Life and Times of Stephen Girard (1918),  The United States in World War I (two volumes, 1918-1920), and  The History of the People of the United States During Lincoln’s Administration (1927), as well as numerous articles and newspaper editorials. McMaster’s historical technique was notable in its use of newspaper material—revolutionary at the time—to provide a portrait of American society, as well as his insistence on providing social context from all classes, not simply the political leaders of the time. McMaster taught American history at the University of Pennsylvania until 1920.

McMaster married Gertrude Stevenson in 1887 and they were the parents of three children. His son, Philip McMaster (1891-1973), graduated from Princeton University and the University of Pennsylvania Medical School and was a well-known physiologist and pathologist. John B. McMaster died on May 24, 1932.

Scope and Contents

This collection contains material related to McMaster’s work as a professor, scholar, and author. It is arranged in four series. Series I: Correspondence contains correspondence between McMaster and publishers, historical societies, fellow scholars, and admirers of his work, as well as a small amount of personal correspondence, including with prominent writers William Dean Howells, Upton Sinclair, and Howard Pyle. Series II: Writing includes partial manuscript drafts of most of his published books, as well as published articles and assorted notes. Series III: Research Material contains material which McMaster used during his research, including copies of letters, newspaper material, maps, and historical documents. Series IV: Personal Material includes newspaper clippings that referenced McMaster’s life and work, celebrations of his completion of A History of the People of the United States, memorabilia which McMaster collected, and testimonials given after his death, as well as financial material collected by him and his children. Series V: Scrapbooks contains scrapbooks of clippings and correspondence related to McMaster's books. Care has been taken to separate newspaper clippings which McMaster used for research and clippings which he collected to commemorate his own achievements, but in some cases (such as his work on World War I) there may be overlap. Additional information about contents can be found at the series level.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2018 February 23

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Sam Allingham

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Source of Acquisition

Gift of Philip D. McMaster, 1965.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • University of Pennsylvania.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Clippings (information artifacts)
  • Coins
  • Correspondence
  • Drafts (documents)
  • Memorabilia
  • Paper money
  • Postage stamps
  • Research notes
  • Writings (documents)
Geographic Name(s)
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)--History--19th century.
  • United States--History--1783-1865
  • United States--History--20th century
  • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
Subject(s)
  • Authors
  • Authors, American
  • Historians

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Collection Inventory

Series I: Correspondence, 1876-1932.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains correspondence between McMaster and various professional correspondents, with a smaller subset of personal correspondence, and is broken into the following subseries: Academic and scholarly organizations; Historical inquiries; Publishers; Universities; Requests for materials; Requests for autographs; Historical societies; and Personal. Correspondence with academic and scholarly organizations, as well as the requests for materials, historical information, and autographs, are arranged chronologically. Correspondence with universities, publishers, and historical societies, as well as personal correspondence, are arranged alphabetically by sender. The personal correspondence includes letters from prominent American writers William Dean Howells, Upton Sinclair, and Howard Pyle.

a. Academic and Scholarly Organizations, 1878-1932.

Box Folder

1878-1899.

1 1

1900-1909.

1 2

1910-1932, undated.

1 3

b. Historical inquiries, 1884-1929.

Box Folder

1884-1899.

1 4

1900-1909.

1 5

1910-1929, undated.

1 6

c. Publishers, 1882-1930.

Box Folder

American Book Company, 1894-1897.

1 7

American Book Company-American Review of Reviews, 1895-1923.

2 1

Appleton Crofts, 1882-1900.

2 2

Appleton Crofts-Atlantic Monthly, 1886-1923.

2 3

A.S. Barnes and Co.-Cambridge University Press, 1901-1904.

2 4

Century Magazine-Curtis Publishing Co., 1886-1909.

2 5

Seymour Eaton-J.B. Lyon, 1891-1926.

2 6

MacMillan-North American, 1898-1930.

2 7

R.S. Peale-Twentieth Century Co., 1884-1913.

3 1

United Editors Association-Youth's Companion, unsigned, 1896-1909.

3 2

d. Universities, 1876-1932.

Box Folder

University of Pennsylvania, 1884-1930, undated.

3 3

Other universities, 1876-1905.

3 4

Other universities, 1906-1932, undated.

3 5

e. Requests for materials, 1883-1932.

Box Folder

1883-1905.

3 6

1906-1932, undated.

3 7

f. Requests for autographs, 1888-1932.

Box Folder

1888-1932.

4 1

g. Historical societies, 1880-1932.

Box Folder

American Historical Association-New York Historical Society, 1883-1931.

4 2

Oregon Historical Society-Yale History Department, 1880-1932.

4 3

h. Concerning McMaster's Primary History of the United States, 1897-1916.

Box Folder

1894-1899.

33 18

1900-1926, undated.

33 19

i. Personal, 1882-1932.

Box Folder

Adams-Long, 1883-1923.

4 4

MacLeod-Sulzberger, 1882-1932.

4 5

Thayer-Young, unknown, 1886-1931.

4 6

Letters from E.M. Bach to sister, 1835-1844.

26 5

Letters with well-known authors, including William Dean Howells, Upton Sinclair, and Howard Pyle, 1875-1898.

33 20

Series II: Writings.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains partial manuscript drafts of most of McMaster’s published works: A History of the People of the United States (1883-1913);  Benjamin Franklin as a Man of Letters (1887),  The Life and Times of Stephen Girard (1918);  The United States in World War I (1918-1920); and   A History of the People of the United States During the Lincoln Administration, here in manuscript form as  A History of the People of the United States under Lincoln’s Administration (1927) . In the case of  A History of the People of the United States, the dating of each chapter is approximated by the date of the published volume to which it corresponds. All other manuscripts are presented with the date of final publication. In addition to the full drafts, there is a significant partial manuscript entitled  Two Republics or One, which may be an early draft of  the Lincoln Administration, as well as “The Colonial Period,” which appears to be a chapter written by McMaster for a larger publication concerning U.S. history. In addition to the manuscripts, this series contains published versions of short articles by McMaster, alongside pamphlets containing his work and clippings of editorials and newspaper articles. It also contains handwritten notes on his book concerning World War I, as well as general notes concerning U.S. history.

a. Manuscripts.

i. A History of the People of the United States, 1883-1913.
Box Folder

Chapter 14-15, circa 1883.

5 1

Chapter 16, circa 1883.

5 2

Chapter 17, circa 1883.

5 3

Chapter 18, circa 1883.

5 4

Chapter 20, circa 1883.

5 5-6

Chapter 21, 1883.

5 7

Chapter 22-23, circa 1883.

6 1

Chapter 24, circa 1883.

6 2

Chapter 26, circa 1883.

6 3

Chapter 27, circa 1883.

6 4

Chapter 28, circa 1883.

6 5

Chapter 29, circa 1883.

6

Chapter 30 and 32, circa 1883.

7 1

Chapter 33, circa 1883.

7 2

Chapter 34, circa 1883.

7 3

Chapter 35, circa 1883.

7 4

Chapter 36, circa 1883.

7 5

Chapter 37, circa 1883.

7 6

Chapter 39, circa 1883.

7 7

Chapter 42, circa 1883.

7 8

Chapter 43, circa 1883.

8 1

Chapter 44, circa 1883.

8 2

Chapter 44-45, circa 1883.

8 3

Chapter 47, circa 1883.

8 4

Chapter 48, circa 1883.

8 5

Chapter 49-50, circa 1883.

8 6

Chapter 51, circa 1886.

9 1

Chapter 52, circa 1886.

9 2

Chapter 54, circa 1886.

9 3

Chapter 55, circa 1886.

9 4-5

Chapter 56-57, circa 1886.

9 6

Chapter 58, 60, circa 1886.

9 7

Chapter 61-62, circa 1886.

10 1

Chapter 63-65, circa 1886.

10 2

Chapter 66, circa 1886.

10 3

Chapter 67-68, circa 1886.

10 4

Chapter 69, circa 1886.

10 5

Chapter 70, circa 1886.

10 6

Chapter 71, circa 1900.

11 1

Chapter 72, circa 1900.

11 2

Chapter 73, circa 1900.

11 3-4

Chapter 75, circa 1900.

11 5

Chapter 76, circa 1900.

11 6

Chapter 77, circa 1900.

11 7

Chapter 78, circa 1900.

12 1

Chapter 79, circa 1900.

12 2

Chapter 80, circa 1900.

12 3

Chapter 82-83, circa 1900.

12 4

Chapter 84, circa 1900.

12 5

Chapter 86, circa 1913.

12 6

Chapter 87, circa 1913.

13 1

Chapter 88, circa 1913.

13 2

Chapter 90, circa 1913.

13 3

Chapter 91, circa 1913.

13 4

Chapter 92-93, circa 1913.

13 5

Chapter 94-95, circa 1913.

14 1

Chapter 96, circa 1913.

14 2

Chapter 97, circa 1913.

14 3

Page proofs, circa 1883.

35 5

Handwritten insertions to the galleys, circa 1913.

14 4-5

Various manuscript pages of uncertain provenance, probably from A History of the People of the United States, circa 1881-1913.

23 1-6
ii. Benjamin Franklin as a Man of Letters, 1887.
Box Folder

Chapter 1, proofs and notes, circa 1887.

15 1

Chapter 1, proofs, circa 1887.

15 2

Chapter 1-3, handwritten manuscript, circa 1887.

15 3

Chapter 4-7, handwritten manuscript, circa 1887.

15 4

Chapter 8-9, handwritten manuscript, circa 1887.

15 5
iii. Political History of the United States (compilation of lecture notes), 1890.
Box Folder

Political History of the United States, 1890.

15 6
iii. The Life and Times of Stephen Girard, 1918.
Box Folder

Partial manuscript of Volume 2, 1811, circa 1918.

15 7

Partial manuscript of Volume 2, 1812, circa 1918.

15 8

Partial manuscript of Volume 2, 1813, circa 1918.

16 1

Partial manuscript of Volume 2, 1814, circa 1918.

16 2

Partial manuscript of Volume 2, 1815-1817, circa 1918.

16 3

Partial manuscript of Volume 2, 1818-1821, circa 1918.

16 4

Partial manuscript of Volume 2, 1822-1829, circa 1918.

16 5

Partial manuscript of Volume 2, 1830-1831, circa 1918.

16 6
iv. The United States in World War I, 1918-1920.
Box Folder

Volume I, Chapter 1, circa 1918.

16 7

Volume I, Chapter 2 (incomplete), circa 1918.

17 1

Volume I, Chapter 3, circa 1918.

17 2

Volume I, Chapter 4-5, circa 1918.

17 3

Volume I, Chapter 6-7, circa 1918.

17 4

Volume I, Chapter 9-10, circa 1918.

17 5

Volume I, Chapter 10-12, circa 1918.

17 6

Volume I, Chapter 13-14, circa 1918.

17 7

Volume I, Chapter 13-14, circa 1918.

18 1

Volume I, Chapter 14-16, circa 1918.

18 2

Volume I, Chapter 17, circa 1918.

18 3

Volume II, Chapter 1 (incomplete), circa 1920.

18 4

Volume II, Chapter 2, circa 1920.

18 5

Volume II, Chapter 3, circa 1920.

18 6

Volume II, Chapter 4, circa 1920.

18 7

Volume II, Chapter 5 (incomplete), circa 1920.

18 8

Volume II, Chapter 6, circa 1920.

18 9

Volume II, Chapter 8, circa 1920.

18 10

Volume II, Chapter 8, circa 1920.

19 1

Volume II, Chapter 9, circa 1920.

19 2

corrections for Volume I, circa 1918.

19 3
v. A History of the People of the United States Under Lincoln's Administration, 1927.
Box Folder

Handwritten manuscript, Chapters 13-14, circa 1927.

19 4

Handwritten manuscript, Chapters 15-16, circa 1927.

19 5

Handwritten manuscript, Chapters 17-18, circa 1927.

19 6

Handwritten manuscript, Chapters 19, circa 1927.

19 7

Handwritten manuscript, Chapter 20 (incomplete), circa 1927.

19 8

Handwritten manuscript, Chapter 23-24, circa 1927.

20 1

Handwritten manuscript, Chapter 25-26 (incomplete), circa 1927.

20 2

Handwritten manuscript, Chapter 27-28 (incomplete), circa 1927.

20 3
vi. Two Republics or One (History of the U.S. Civil War), undated.
Box Folder

Chapter 1, circa 1918.

21 1

Chapter 2, circa 1918.

21 2

Chapter 3, circa 1918.

21 3

Chapter 5-6, circa 1918.

21 4

Chapter 7, circa 1918.

21 5

Chapter 10, circa 1918.

21 6

Chapter 11-12, circa 1918.

21 7

Chapter 24, circa 1918.

21 8

Various manuscript pages, circa 1918.

21 9
vii. The Colonial Period, 1931.
Box Folder

Handwritten draft, circa 1931.

20 4
viii. Short articles and excerpts, 1869-1901, undated.
Box Folder

Essays from McMaster's student days, 1869-1871.

22 1

Extract from McMaster's article on the Columbia centennial, 1892.

22 2

"A Century of Struggle for the Rights of Man", circa 1901.

22 3

"A Short History of American Politics", undated.

22 4

"A Short History of the University of Pennsylvania", undated.

34 1

Excerpt from a book on Flood Relief Commission, Chapters I-IV, undated.

22 6

Chapters from an unknown U.S. history, undated.

22 7
ix. Various manuscript pages, undated.
Box Folder

Various handwritten pages on U.S. history, 19th century, undated.

22 8-9

Various printed pages on U.S. history, 19th century, undated.

22 10

Various typewritten pages on U.S. history, 19th century, undated.

22 11

Journal of a trip to Wyoming, circa 1890.

22 12

Journal of a scientific expedition near Princeton, 1878.

20 5

Journal of the Mahogany Tree Dining Club, 1891.

20 6

b. Published material.

Box Folder

"Annexation and Universal Suffrage" - "Bridge and Tunnel Centers", 1875-1898.

24 1

"A Century of Constitutional Interpretation" - "The Dread of Expansion", 1889-1901.

24 2

"The Election of the President" - "Montgomery College Teachers Institute Lecture", 1886-1896.

24 3

"Old Standards of Public Morals" - "Political History of the United States", 1890-1906.

24 4

"The Present State of Historical Writing in America" - "Primary History of the United States", 1910-1916.

24 5

"Profiles of High Masonry Dams" - "Young John Bach McMaster", 1876-1927.

24 6

"A Short History of the University of Pennsylvania", undated.

35 1

Pamphlets containing writing by McMaster, 1884-1909.

25 1

Editorial for New York Herald Tribune on the U.S. Senate, including letter from the editor to McMaster, 1930.

25 2

Various newspaper articles by McMaster, circa 1898.

25 3

c. Notes.

Box Folder

Notes for book on World War I, circa 1918.

25 4

Notes on the United States around 1820, undated.

25 5

Miscellaneous notes, undated.

25 6-8

Series III: Research Material.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains material McMaster used for research purposes. It includes handwritten copies of letters, many of them from the Library of Congress collection concerning the presidency of Andrew Jackson. It also includes a wide variety of print material, most of it related to McMaster’s book on World War I: propaganda material, both pro and anti-war, newspaper clippings detailing the progress of the war; and maps featured in various U.S. newspapers. Non World War I material includes various bound scholarly publications on American history written by others and newspaper clippings on the American Civil War.

a. Letters.

Box Folder

Handwritten copies of letters between William Drayton, J.R. Poinsett, and C.C. Cambreleng, 1832.

26 1

Handwritten copies of letters between William Drayton, J.R. Poinsett, C.C. Cambreleng, and President Andrew Jackson, 1833.

26 2

Handwritten copies of letters from President Andrew Jackson, 1831-1833.

26 3

Typescript copies of letters to President Andrew Jackson, 1833.

26 4

b. Print Material.

Box Folder

World War I propaganda material, undated.

26 6

World War I maps from newspapers, 1914-1918.

26 7

Illustrated London News, 1914 August 8.

26 8

Issues of The Fatherland (pro-German U.S. magazine), 1914-1918.

26 9

Publications debating causes of World War I, circa 1914.

26 10

"Selection from the Papers of Captain Von Papen, Late German Attache at Washington", 1916.

27 1

Red Cross Magazine, 1917 August.

27 2

Account of the Meusse-Argonne offensive, 1918.

27 3

Pages from The World's Work, circa 1918.

27 4

Bound material on the armistice of World War I, circa 1918.

27 5

Clippings on the armistice of World War I, circa 1919.

27 6

Clippings on World War I and post-war treaties, 1914-1922.

27 7

Clippings on World War I, 1914-1918.

28 1-3

Full editions of Philadelphia newspapers for research on the beginning of World War I, 1913.

28 4

Full editions of U.S. newspapers for research on the beginning of World War I, 1913.

28 5

Miscellaneous bound historical publications, 1910-1930.

28 6

Cable-making for Suspension Bridges by Wilhelm Hildenbrand, C.E., 1877.

28 7

Clippings on the U.S. Civil War, 1862-1865.

28 8

Series IV: Personal Material.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains material related to McMaster’s career and personal life, and is broken into the following subseries: Newspaper clippings referencing McMaster's life and work; Material concerning the celebration for the completion of McMaster's A History of the People of the United States; Correspondence from McMaster's colleagues and family about his life and death; Financial material for McMaster and family; Testimonials from colleagues on McMaster's death; Pamphlets and programs; Personal information; Stamps, coins, and currency; and Miscellaneous. The newspaper clippings referencing McMaster include discussions of his books, especially  A People’s History and  A Primary History; references to his work; references to his son’s athletic accomplishments; references to his death; and promotional advertisements for his books. The pamphlets and programs are from the College of the City of New York, Princeton, and the Franklin Inn. Personal information includes CV, membership cards, and McMaster’s passport. The collection of stamps, coins, and currency spans the Colonial, Civil War, and early 20th century eras, and the miscellaneous material consists of memorabilia from actors and writers, miscellaneous maps, memos, and assorted newspaper clippings.

a. Newspaper clippings referencing McMaster's life and work.

Box Folder

Articles mentioning McMaster, 1883-1928.

29 1-3

Artiles mentioning McMaster, oversize, circa 1906.

34 2

Articles mentioning McMaster's talks and op-ed pieces, 1896-1912.

29 4

Articles on McMaster's books, 1887-1925.

29 5-6

Articles on McMaster's books, 1887-1925.

30 1

Articles on McMaster's A People's History of the United States, 1913-1914.

30 2

Articles on McMaster's Primary History of the United States, 1896-1898.

30 3

Journal of press clippings on McMaster's early work, 1883.

30 4

Articles on McMaster's son's athletic teams, 1910-1920.

30 5

Articles on McMaster's death, 1932.

30 6

Promotional material for McMaster's books, 1886-1913.

30 7-8

b. Material concerning the celebration for the completion of McMaster's A History of the People of the United States.

Box Folder

Promotional material, 1913.

31 1

Plans and notes, 1913.

31 2

Speeches given by colleagues, 1913.

31 3

Scrapbooks of testimonials given by colleagues, 1913.

35-36

c. Correspondence from McMaster's colleagues and family about his life and death.

Box Folder

From Eric Goldman to the University of Illinois re: possible offer to McMaster to become President of the University, 1938.

31 4

From Philip McMaster regarding his father's death and memoirs, 1936.

31 5

Concerning celebration at the Franklin Inn Club for A History of the People of the United States, 1913.

31 6

d. Financial material for McMaster and family.

Box Folder

Royalty statements from Appelton Company, 1883-1902.

31 7

Royalty statements from Houghton Mifflin, 1886-1941.

31 8

Royalty statements from American Book Company, 1897-1930.

31 9

Financial reports from Appleton and Company, circa 1900.

31 10

Newspaper article on Appeleton and Company bankruptcy, 1900 March 23.

31 11

Royalty statements from the Century Company, 1903-1919.

31 12

Royalty Statements from Appleton and Company, 1904-1930.

31 13

Clippings of stock reports from the New York Herald Tribune, 1941-1950.

32 1

Financial notes by McMaster's family, circa 1950.

32 2

e. Testimonials from colleagues on McMaster's death.

Box Folder

Memorial by Ellis Paxton Oberholtzer, 1933.

32 3

f. Pamphlets and programs.

Box Folder

Event programs from the College of the City of New York, 1870-1872.

32 4

Pamphlets on U.S. History by others, Colonial and Civil War era, 1876-1918.

32 5

Programs from Princeton theatrical productions featuring McMaster's son Philip, 1911-1912.

32 6

Pamphlets from the Franklin Inn Club, 1914-1929.

32 7

g. Personal information.

Box Folder

CV material, 1913-1932.

32 8

Membership cards and invitations, 1890-1930.

32 9

McMaster passport, 1909.

34 3

h. Stamps, coins, and currency.

Box Folder

Confederate paper money, circa 1863.

33 1

Continental money, circa 1776.

33 2

United States fractional currency, 1863-1879.

33 3

Bank notes, circa 1817.

33 4

Paper money, circa 1837.

33 5

French bank notes, 1874.

33 6

Greenbacks, circa 1878.

33 7

Lottery tickets, circa 1858.

33 8

Confederate postage, circa 1862.

33 9

Cancelled stamps, undated.

33 10

Uncancelled stamps, undated.

33 11-12

Cancelled U.S. postage, 1886-1904, undated.

33 13-17

i. Miscellaneous.

Box Folder

Memorabilia from writers/actors, including signed photo of Weir Mitchell, undated.

32 10

Assorted maps of U.S., mostly New York City area, circa 1873.

34 4

Miscellaneous newspaper clippings, circa 1889.

32 11

University memos, 1883-1902.

32 12

Diplomas from University of Glasgow (not awarded to McMaster), 1789.

32 13

Miscellaneous, undated.

32 14

Series V: Scrapbooks, 1883-1930.

Scope and Contents note

This series contains scrapbooks put together by McMaster, which contain clippings and correspondence related to McMaster's published work, particularly A History of the People of the United States. The scrapbooks are organized in chronological order.

Box Folder

1883.

36 1

1883-1884.

36 2

1884-1885.

36 3

1885-1886.

39 1

1887-1888.

36 4

1889-1892.

36 5

1892.

40 1

1893-1894.

36 6

1895-1896.

37 1

1895-1899.

37 2

1896-1904.

37 3

1906-1910.

37 4

1913-1914.

37 5

1918-1919.

37 6

1925-1930.

34 6