Guide to the Papers of Frank Hartman, 1943 - 1991Manuscript MS-1162

Full Finding Aid

Title:

Guide to the Papers of Frank Hartman, 1943 - 1991

Call Number:

Manuscript MS-1162

Collection Dates:

1943 - 1991

Size of Collection:

1 box (1.5 linear ft.)

Abstract:

Frank Hartman (1920-1999). Dartmouth College Class of 1943 (1947). Consists of materials related to his interest in Eugene Rosenstock Huessy.

Access to Collection:

Unrestricted.

Use & Access

The materials represented in this guide may be accessed through the Rauner Special Collections Library at Dartmouth College. Rauner Library is located in Webster Hall. The materials must be used on-site and may not leave Rauner Library.

Rauner Special Collections Library is open to the public and in most cases no appointment is necessary. The exception is in the case of materials stored off site for which there may be a delay of up to 48 hours in retrieval. Please consult the Access to Collection statement below or contact Rauner Reference.

Access to Collection

Unrestricted.

Publication & Use

These materials may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.).

Introduction to the Collection

The papers of Frank Hartman document his involvement with and interest in Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy and his thoughts, which he first encountered when he was a student of Rosenstock-Huessy's at Dartmouth College. They include, correspondence, clippings, essays, class notes and materials for "Respondo Etsi Mutabor - A Conference Marking the Hundredth Anniversary of Eugene Rosenstock-Huessy's Birth" at Dartmouth College in August 1988.

Biography

Frank Hartman was born August 2, 1920, in New York City. He attended Dartmouth College with the Class of 1943, but graduated with the Class of 1947, after his service in WWII. He died December 3, 1999.

Box & Folder List

Box: 1, Dates: 1943-1991

Contains Rosenstock-Huessy materials including both notes from Philosophy classes taken at Dartmouth College and the Hoover Institute; letters to Frank Hartman on the subject of the Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy Society and Fund; two 1991 transcripts from the Mac Neil/Lehrer News Hour; newspaper clippings; philosophical essays (including a 1965 essay by Harold Stahmer on the role of language in the writings of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy); essays (including "Respondo Etsi Mutabor") and programs/schedules from an August 1988 conference at Dartmouth College marking the 100th Birthday of Eugen Rosenstock/Huessy.

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted

Box Contents

  • There is no folder listing for this box.

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