Artemas Packard papers, 1873-1961 Rauner Manuscript MS-1353

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Title:

Artemas Packard papers

Call Number:

Rauner Manuscript MS-1353

Collection Dates:

1873-1961

Size of Collection:

10.5 linear ft., 9 boxes

Abstract:

Artemas Packard (1903-1960), professor of art at Dartmouth College. The collection contains personal and professional correspondence, teaching materials, administrative records, photographs, manuscripts and typescripts, as well as a scrapbook. The material documents his professional life at Dartmouth College, his involvement with the Museum of Modern Art and the Delphian Society.

Access to Collection:

Unrestricted.

Use & Access

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Conditions Governing Access

Unrestricted.

Conditions Governing Use

Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.

Introduction to the Collection

The papers of Artemas Packard contain personal and professional correspondence, teaching materials, administrative records, photographs, manuscripts and typescripts, as well as a scrapbook. The collection documents Packard's life as a Lieutenant in World War I, his teaching and professional life at Dartmouth College, his involvement with the Museum of Modern Art and the Delphian Society, a women's educational group. Correspondents include Lewis Mumford, Buckminster Fuller, Benton Mackaye, Thomas J. Watson, Adelbert Ames; Otis E. Randall, Nelson Rockefeller and Ernest M. Hopkins. Of note, are extensive personal letters with Lewis Mumford, materials related to Packard's efforts in bringing muralist Jose Clemente Orozco to campus and his role in authoring a major report for the Museum of Modern Art.

Biography

Artemas Packard (1894-1961), Professor of Art at Dartmouth College. Educated at Harvard (class of 1915), Packard also was awarded an honorary Master's from Dartmouth in 1934. Professor Packard served in the Signal Corps in World War I with the rank of 2nd Lt. stationed in France and Germany. While at Dartmouth Packard was a driving force behind the commissioning of muralist José Clemente Orozco as visiting artist and was deeply concerned with the Arts in education. Packard was commissioned to author a major study concerning the early direction of the Museum of Modern Art in New York and was a supporter of the museum and its programs.

Series, Box & Folder List

Series: 1, Personal , 1873-1961

Contains personal correspondence including letters home to Packard's family during World War I. Additional correspondents include Stearns Morse, Lewis Mumford, Nelson Rockefeller and Lucius G. Ross. Also contains WWII era correspondence related to Packard's attempt to secure an Army commission as well as genealogical information related to the Packard/Winchester/Lord family. Photographs and a bound scrapbook with additional letters round out the series.

Box: 1, 1903-1961

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, World War I records, 1918
  • Folder: 2, World War I records, 1918-1920
  • Folder: 3, World War I records, 1919-1920
  • Folder: 4, World War I records, 1918-1919
  • Folder: 5, Correspondence: Letters home (WWI), 1916-1917
  • Folder: 6, Correspondence: Letters home (WWI), 1918
  • Folder: 7, Correspondence: Letters home (WWI), 1919
  • Folder: 8, Correspondence: Letters home (WWI), 1920
  • Folder: 9, Notebook pages (WWI), undated
  • Folder: 10, Correspondence: Letters home, 1921
  • Folder: 11, Correspondence: Letters home , circa 1921-1925
  • Folder: 12, Correspondence: Allonzo John Gallishow, 1924-1925
  • Folder: 13, Correspondence: Walter Curt Behrendt, 1934-1940
  • Folder: 14, Correspondence: Frau Blume, 1923
  • Folder: 15, Correspondence: Sophie Mumford, 1934-1961
  • Folder: 16, Correspondence: Katharina Braubach, 1920-1928
  • Folder: 17, Correspondence: Stearns Morse, 1920-1921
  • Folder: 18, Correspondence: Letter from Lewis Mumford to Ernest Martin Hopkins, 1929
  • Folder: 19, Correspondence: Lewis Mumford, 1933-1939
  • Folder: 20, Correspondence: Lewis Mumford, 1943-1946
  • Folder: 21, Correspondence: Lewis Mumford, 1951-1958
  • Folder: 22, Correspondence: Lewis Mumford, undated
  • Folder: 23, Correspondence: Lucius G. Ross, 1919-1921
  • Folder: 24, Correspondence: Owen Lattimore, 1942
  • Folder: 25, Correspondence: Grace Ewing, 1919
  • Folder: 26, Correspondence: David and Jean Lambeth, circa 1924
  • Folder: 27, Correspondence: Benton Mackay, 1934-1944
  • Folder: 28, Correspondence: Oliver Gottschalk (and widow), 1924-1959
  • Folder: 29, Correspondence: Stanley Johnson, undated
  • Folder: 30, Correspondence: Letter of Recommendation by Ernest Martin Hopkins, 1941
  • Folder: 31, Correspondence: Official (WWII), 1942-1943
  • Folder: 32, Official documents (WWII), circa 1942
  • Folder: 33, Correspondence: Handwritten letters by Packard to military officials, circa 1942-1943
  • Folder: 34, Correspondence: Col. M.P. Barr (WWII), 1942-1943
  • Folder: 35, Correspondence: Nelson Rockefeller (WWII), circa 1943
  • Folder: 36, Correspondence: Christmas Cards, undated
  • Folder: 37, Genealogical Notes: Packard/Winchester, undated
  • Folder: 38, Genealogical Notes: Packard/Lord Charts, undated
  • Folder: 39, Estate of Mary (Winchester) Packard, 1950-1956
  • Folder: 40, Photographs: WWI, circa 1918-1920
  • Folder: 41, Photographs: Miscellaneous family and general, undated
  • Folder: 42, Miscellaneous: Childhood letter (1903); Class Course book with notes (1916), 1903-1916

Box: 2, 1917-1939

Bound volume of tipped in letters home to parents during WWI and after.

Box: 7, 1917-1960

Family and personal correspondence

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, F.C. (Ted) Packard (brother) to Artemas Packard with photographs, 1917-1918
  • Folder: 2, F.C. (Ted) Packard to Artemas Packard (brother) with photographs , 1919
  • Folder: 3, F.C. (Ted) Packard (brother) and Alice Packard (sister-in law) to Artemas Packard, 1920
  • Folder: 4, F.C. (Ted) Packard (brother) and Alice Packard (sister-in law) to Artemas Packard, 1925
  • Folder: 5, F.C. (Ted) Packard (brother) and Alice Packard (sister-in law) to Artemas Packard, 1926-1929
  • Folder: 6, F.C. (Ted) Packard (brother) and Alice Packard (sister-in law) to Artemas Packard, 1934-1944
  • Folder: 7, F.C. (Ted) Packard (brother) and Alice Packard (sister-in law) to Artemas Packard, 1954-1959
  • Folder: 8, F.C. (Ted) Packard (brother) and Alice Packard (sister-in law) to Artemas and Marjory Packard, undated
  • Folder: 9, Artemas Packard to F.C. (Ted) Packard (brother) , 1926
  • Folder: 10, "Muss" (brother) to Artemas Packard, 1920-1921
  • Folder: 11, Mary (Winchester) Packard (mother) to Artemas Packard, 1918
  • Folder: 12, Mary (Winchester) Packard (mother) to Artemas Packard, 1919-01-1919-04
  • Folder: 13, Mary (Winchester) Packard (mother) to Artemas Packard, 1919-05-1919-07
  • Folder: 14, Mary (Winchester) Packard (mother) to Artemas Packard, 1919-08-1919-12
  • Folder: 15, Mary (Winchester) Packard (mother) to Artemas Packard, 1920-1921
  • Folder: 16, Mary (Winchester) Packard (mother) to Artemas Packard, 1924-1925
  • Folder: 17, Mary (Winchester) Packard (mother) to Artemas Packard, 1926
  • Folder: 18, Mary (Winchester) Packard (mother) to Artemas Packard, 1938-1944
  • Folder: 19, Mary (Winchester) Packard (mother) to Artemas Packard, undated
  • Folder: 20, Mary (Winchester) Packard (mother) to Artemas and Marjory Packard, 1920-1936
  • Folder: 21, Artemas Packard to Mary (Winchester) Packard (mother), 1918
  • Folder: 22, F.C. Packard (father) to Artemas and Ted Packard, 1924; 1926
  • Folder: 23, Artemas Packard to F.C. Packard (father) , 1919
  • Folder: 24, Letter informing Artemas Packard of his father's death , 1934
  • Folder: 25, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Smith College ephemera with correspondence from Kenneth B. Johnson , circa 1914-1917
  • Folder: 26, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Dance Card Winter Carneval , 1925
  • Folder: 27, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Correspondence miscellaneous family, 1914-1960
  • Folder: 28, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Wedding Announcement for Artemas and Marjory Packard with congratulatory telegrams, 1926
  • Folder: 29, Marjory (Lord) Packard to Artemas Packard, 1926-1934
  • Folder: 30, Artemas Packard to Marjory (Lord) Packard, undated
  • Folder: 31, Marjory (Lord) Packard to "Dear People" , 1928
  • Folder: 32, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Correspondence: Miscellaneous , 1945-1960
  • Folder: 33, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Correspondence: College friends, 1958-1960
  • Folder: 34, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Letters from and regarding French soldier Louis Chalet, 1918
  • Folder: 35, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Correspondence: Miscellaneous, 1951-1953
  • Folder: 36, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Correspondence: Miscellaneous friends, 1958-1959
  • Folder: 37, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Correspondence: Miscellaneous friends, 1960
  • Folder: 38, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Correspondence: Marguirite Sparrow (cousin), 1951-1959
  • Folder: 39, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Letter to the "Valley News" advertising for a housekeeper, undated
  • Folder: 40, Marjory (Lord) Packard: Letters from miscellaneous family members, 1954
  • Folder: 41, Christmas Card to Artemas Packard from grandparents, 1918
  • Folder: 42, Artemas Packard to miscellaneous family members, undated
  • Folder: 43, Correspondence, 1915
  • Folder: 44, Correspondence, 1917
  • Folder: 45, Correspondence, 1918
  • Folder: 46, Correspondence, 1919
  • Folder: 47, Correspondence, 1920
  • Folder: 48, Correspondence, 1921
  • Folder: 49, Correspondence, 1923
  • Folder: 50, Correspondence, 1924
  • Folder: 51, Correspondence, 1925
  • Folder: 52, Correspondence, 1926
  • Folder: 53, Correspondence, 1926-1929
  • Folder: 54, Correspondence, 1930-1933
  • Folder: 55, Correspondence, 1934
  • Folder: 56, Correspondence, 1935
  • Folder: 57, Correspondence, 1936-1939
  • Folder: 58, Correspondence, 1940-1949
  • Folder: 59, Correspondence, 1950-1959
  • Folder: 60, Correspondence, 1960
  • Folder: 61, Correspondence, undated

Box: 8, 1873-1959

Correspondence personal and World War I documents training material

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Correspondence: A. Dewey, 1920
  • Folder: 2, Correspondence: J.A. Edgarton, 1925
  • Folder: 3, Correspondence: Nina Fraubach (in German), 1948-1950
  • Folder: 4, Correspondence: Faith French, undated
  • Folder: 5, Correspondence: Homer Hulbert, 1949
  • Folder: 6, Correspondence: Mary Morse Mackaye, 1926
  • Folder: 7, Correspondence: Mary-Lee, 1919-1925
  • Folder: 8, Correspondence: Mary Lou, 1925
  • Folder: 9, Correspondence: Takanobu Mitsui, 1945
  • Folder: 10, Correspondence: Lockwood Myrick, 1919-1925
  • Folder: 11, Correspondence: Elizabeth Myrick , 1924
  • Folder: 12, Correspondence: Elizabeth Myrick , 1925-1926; 1942
  • Folder: 13, Correspondence: F.N. Newell, 1954
  • Folder: 14, Correspondence: Postcards, circa 1948-1959
  • Folder: 15, Correspondence: Bertina T. Savage, 1925
  • Folder: 16, Correspondence: Harry Stanley, 1923-1924
  • Folder: 17, Correspondence: Byrle Jacob Osborne, 1920
  • Folder: 18, Correspondence: Walter Pach, 1933
  • Folder: 19, Correspondence: Carl E. Pckhardt, 1933
  • Folder: 20, Correspondence: Otis Randall, undated
  • Folder: 21, Correspondence: Barten H. Smith , 1932-1933
  • Folder: 22, Correspondence: Vilhjalmur Stefansson, 1944
  • Folder: 23, Correspondence: Don Stone, 1926; 1941
  • Folder: 24, Correspondence: Tom, 1925
  • Folder: 25, Correspondence: Mahonri S. Young, 1951
  • Folder: 26, Correspondence: George B. Zug, 1925-1932
  • Folder: 27, Correspondence: Letters from Army friends, 1918-1919
  • Folder: 28, Correspondence: Letters from classmates, 1924-1925
  • Folder: 29, Correspondence: Letters from Germany (in German), 1919
  • Folder: 30, Correspondence: Letters from former students, 1926-1961
  • Folder: 31, Correspondence: Unidentified letters in French, 1923-1925
  • Folder: 32, Correspondence: Letter from Artemas Packard to William R. Hearst expressing his support for going to war with Germany, 1915
  • Folder: 33, Correspondence: Regarding Modern Museum of Art, 1943
  • Folder: 34, Correspondence: Letters announcing Artemas Packard's election as a Saint Gaudens trustee, 1945
  • Folder: 35, Correspondence: "Spoof" letter from "Andrew Packard", 1946
  • Folder: 36, Correspondence: Letters to Senators Toby and Bridges re. views on national issues, 1947
  • Folder: 37, Correspondence , undated
  • Folder: 38, Financials: Packard family budges and financial documents, 1924; 1936; 1960
  • Folder: 39, Biographical material (photocopies), undated
  • Folder: 40, Ephemera, circa 1918-1919
  • Folder: 41, Ephemera, circa 1924-1933
  • Folder: 42, Ephemera: Calling Cards, undated
  • Folder: 43, Addresses, undated
  • Folder: 44, Miscellaneous flyers, booklets and brochures in French, circa 1918-1919
  • Folder: 45, Photographs with Stereoscopic View Cards of Hanover, NH, circa 1873-1919
  • Folder: 46, Obituary of Mary (Winchester) Packard from "Hanover Gazette", undated
  • Folder: 47, World War I: Miscellaneous documents, 1917
  • Folder: 48, World War I:"Ueber die Messung des Ueber und Unterdruckes (Zuges) und der Geschwindigkeit von Gasen un Gasgemischen," by Paul Verbeek, 1913
  • Folder: 49, World War I: Advance Sheet, Fort Monroe, Virginia, Special Maps, undated
  • Folder: 50, World War I: School of Aerial Gunnery textbook with notes, undated
  • Folder: 51, World War I: Coast Artillery Corps Information Bulletin No. 3, 1920
  • Folder: 52, World War I: Coast Artillery Corps Information Bulletin No. 5, 1920
  • Folder: 53, World War I: Coast Artillery Training Camp, 1917
  • Folder: 54, World War I: Notepad with notes on ballistics, circa 1917
  • Folder: 55, World War I: Gunnery and Ammunition," reference notes, 1917
  • Folder: 56, World War I: "Coast Guard War Game," manual, 1916
  • Folder: 57, World War I: "Notes on Ballistics," manual, 1917
  • Folder: 58, World War I: "Gunner's Instruction," manual, 1917-1918
  • Folder: 59, World War I: "The War of Italy," book, undated
  • Folder: 60, World War II: "Handbook on Japanese Military Forces", 1944

Box: 9, circa 1915-1947

Writings and printed material on Lewis Mumford

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Writings: About "Slum Dwellers", circa 1915
  • Folder: 2, Writings: "The Motor-Boat," by Buxton Busby with rejection letter, 1915
  • Folder: 3, Writings: "Mr. Harding's English," buy Artemus Packard with correspondence with "The New Republic", 1923-1924
  • Folder: 4, Writings: "Buxton Busby Visits a Painless Dentist" , undated
  • Folder: 5, Writings: "The Master Touch," by Artemus Packard, undated
  • Folder: 6, Writings: "The Mechanical Extension of Man," by Buckminster Fuller , draft, 1947-09-08
  • Folder: 7, Writings: Notes on acting with three page play, undated
  • Folder: 8, Writings: Miscellaneous fragments and drafts, undated
  • Folder: 9, Writings: Miscellaneous notes, undated
  • Folder: 10, Printed Material on Lewis Mumford, undated
  • Folder: 11, Writings: "Kansas City, Kansas: Plans for its future," typescript, bound, circa 1944
  • Folder: 12, Writings: Speech at Columbus, Ohio on Museums and Democracy, with correspondence, 1941

Series: Professional Correspondence, 1928-1960

Contains professional correspondence related to his academic life at Dartmouth College. Of note are letters detailing his role as an organizer of a conference on Modern Art which was held at Dartmouth.

Box: 3, 1928-1960

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, American Council of Learned Society, 1936
  • Folder: 2, Art Education Today, 1936
  • Folder: 3, Art Student League of New York Address, 1934
  • Folder: 4, Association of American Colleges, 1941
  • Folder: 5, Adelbert Ames, 1938
  • Folder: 6, The Arts (Forbes Watson), 1928
  • Folder: 7, Beaumont Newhall, 1947
  • Folder: 8, Bancroft Brown, re. Ray Nash, undated
  • Folder: 9, Emily Browne, 1934
  • Folder: 10, Paul H. Burroughs, 1935
  • Folder: 11, Edmund Booth/John Ames re. Japanese Art, 1952
  • Folder: 12, Chinese Project, 1942-1943
  • Folder: 13, Civil Works Administration, 1934-1938
  • Folder: 14, Lawrence W. Collins (Littleton, NH), 1934-1935
  • Folder: 15, Columbia University Press, 1936
  • Folder: 16, Victor M. Cutter, 1942-1943
  • Folder: 17, Dartmouth College, 1928-1960
  • Folder: 18, Dartmouth College, 1928-1947
  • Folder: 19, Walter A. de Sagers, 1942
  • Folder: 20, Exhibitions, 1935
  • Folder: 21, Buckminster Fuller, 1947
  • Folder: 22, Issues of Modern Art Symposium Guernsey Center Moore Lectures, 1935
  • Folder: 23, Stanley A. Ketcher, 1942
  • Folder: 24, Philip McConnell, 1947
  • Folder: 25, Benton MacKaye, 1940
  • Folder: 26, H.S. Morrison, 1942
  • Folder: 27, New Hampshire Planning Board, 1934-1947
  • Folder: 28, Professional, 1941-1945
  • Folder: 29, Professional, 1932-1945
  • Folder: 30, Professional, 1919-1944
  • Folder: 31, Edward F. Rothchild, undated
  • Folder: 32, Harold G. Rundlett (Exeter), 1934
  • Folder: 33, Harold Stark, 1933
  • Folder: 34, George L. Stout, 1942
  • Folder: 35, Thomas J. Watson (IBM), 1941
  • Folder: 36, Works Progress Administration, 1934-1941

Series: 3, Dartmouth College, 1928-1960

Contains lecture notes, student papers, reading lists and other teaching materials. A symposium report and a speech given at Ohio are also included.

Box: 4,

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Letters and papers re. Packard's hiring and tenure at Dartmouth College, 1924-1931
  • Folder: 2, "Meetings of the Symposium on Modern Art at Dartmouth College," report, 1935
  • Folder: 3, Teaching: Art 3 lecture notes and schedule of classes, undated
  • Folder: 4, Teaching: Art 4, class readings, circa 1928
  • Folder: 5, Teaching: Art 19, reading lists and schedule, circa 1929-1937
  • Folder: 6, Teaching: Lecture notes with letter to Benedetto Croce, undated
  • Folder: 7, Teaching: "Why and How? typescript, undated
  • Folder: 8, Teaching: Miscellaneous class notes, undated
  • Folder: 9, Teaching: Student Paper: "The New Creation," by Robert Lawrence Hill, circa 1960
  • Folder: 10, Teaching: Miscellaneous class notes , with ephemera and correspondence (from binder), circa 1928
  • Folder: 11, Teaching: Art 2, student papers, circa 1958-1960
  • Folder: 12, Art Department: Early planning for art department in Carpenter Hall, 1927-1928
  • Folder: 13, Art Department: Correspondence with Ernest M. Hopkins and Hugh Morrison , 1930-1940
  • Folder: 14, Art Department: Business, 1933-1949
  • Folder: 15, Art Department: Recruitment of architect Alvar Alto, 1940
  • Folder: 16, Art Department: Correspondence with Henry Longfellow Dana, 1941-1942
  • Folder: 17, Art Department: Building at Dartmouth, 1946
  • Folder: 18, Art Department: Notes and thoughts on organization and status of members of the art department, undated
  • Folder: 19, Art Department: "Proposed Architectural Engineering Program," by Artemus Packard, 1946
  • Folder: 20, Orozco: On the murals, student notes, circa 1951
  • Folder: 21, Orozco: On Orozco, circa 1934
  • Folder: 22, Orozco: Paper on Orozco with copy of letter from Packard to Hopkins, undated
  • Folder: 23, Orozco: Letter from Orozco to Artemus Packard, 1932
  • Folder: 24, Orozco: Regarding the Murals, 1933
  • Folder: 25, Orozco: Clippings and interview transcript (incomplete) with Ernest Martin Hopkins, 1938; 2014
  • Folder: 26, Orozco: Correspondence incl. Nelson Rockefeller and Margarite Orozco, 1931-1962
  • Folder: 27, Orozco: "Orozco at Dartmouth," typescript carbon, undated
  • Folder: 28, Orozco: Original notes for Baker Library re. mural and brochure, undated
  • Folder: 29, Orozco: "Fresco Paintings by Gardner Hale," by William E. Rudge with foreword by Jose Clemente Orozco, book, 1933
  • Folder: 30, Orozco: Informal note to Artemas Packard re. ongoing murals and President Hopkins' support of it, undated

Series: Series 4, Museum of Modern Art, 1935-1943

Contains "A Report on the Development of the Museum of Modern Art," by Artemas Packard, with chapter drafts, edits and correspondence, as well as some records related to the Museum of Modern Art in the 1930s.

Box: 5, 1935-1943

Museum of Modern Art

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, "Art Week," newspaper, 1941
  • Folder: 2, Museum of Modern Art Competition for National Defense Posters, flyer, undated
  • Folder: 3, List of trustees, officers and committees, circa 1935
  • Folder: 4, Memorandum of a Special Meeting of the Board of Trustess, re. exchange of properties, with letter from Conger Goodyear, 1935-1936
  • Folder: 5, "A Report on the Development of the Museum of Modern Art," by Artemus Packard, typescript, bound, undated
  • Folder: 6, Report: Part 2 with edits, circa 1935
  • Folder: 7, Report: Part 4 with edits, circa 1935
  • Folder: 8, Report: Part 5 with edits, clippings and correspondence, 1935
  • Folder: 9, Report: Part 7 with edits, circa 1935
  • Folder: 10, Report: Part 8 with edits, circa 1935
  • Folder: 11, Report: Excerpts with notes, undated
  • Folder: 12, Report: Notes on Public Relations, undated
  • Folder: 13, Report: Notes on Spirit and Culture, undated
  • Folder: 14, Report: Notes on Education, with Constitution , undated
  • Folder: 15, Report: Notes re. new building, with correspondence, 1936
  • Folder: 16, Report: Notes re. Foundation, circa 1935
  • Folder: 17, Report: Correspondence re. Foundation, 1935
  • Folder: 18, Report: Correspondence re. Foundation, 1936
  • Folder: 19, Report: Excerpts with correspondence, 1936
  • Folder: 20, Report: National Membership Chapters, undated
  • Folder: 21, Film Library List with correspondence, 1935-1940
  • Folder: 22, Correspondence, 1935-1943

Series: 5, Delphian Society, 1934-1952

Contains correspondence, records, and manuscript drafts related to Packards role with the Delphian Society. Correspondents include Otis E. Randall, Jerry Russell Brown, F. Abbot Brown, and C.C. Furnas.

Box: 6, 1934-1942

Delphian Society

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Contracts with correspondence, 1937
  • Folder: 2, Correspondence: Jerry Russell Brown, 1935-1938
  • Folder: 3, Correspondence: Jerry Russell Brown, 1940-1942
  • Folder: 4, Correspondence: Otis E. Randall, 1935-1937
  • Folder: 5, Correspondence: Otis E. Randall, 1938-1940
  • Folder: 6, Correspondence: F. Abbott Brown, 1936-1937
  • Folder: 7, Correspondence: F. Abbott Brown, 1940-1941
  • Folder: 8, Correspondence: C.C. Furnas, 1940
  • Folder: 9, Correspondence, 1935-1942
  • Folder: 10, Miscellaneous writings and notes, undated
  • Folder: 11, "Year III-The Arts" Part 1: The Meaning of Art, manuscript with edits, undated
  • Folder: 12, "Year III-The Arts" Part 1: The Meaning of Art: What is Art? And Who is the Artist? typescript, undated
  • Folder: 13, "Year III-The Arts" Part 1: The Meaning of Art, Introduction, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 14, "Year III-The Arts" The Meaning of Style: Architecture, typescript, circa 1937
  • Folder: 15, "Year III-The Arts" The Esthetic Value in Everyday Living, manuscript and typescript, undated
  • Folder: 16, "Year III-The Arts" The Arts in the Democratic Culture, manuscript and typescript, undated
  • Folder: 17, "Year III-The Arts" Dress and Social Trends, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 18, "Year III-The Arts" Miscellaneous chapters, undated
  • Folder: 19, "On Being Human," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 20, Instruction to Authors Preparing Delphian Programs, undated
  • Folder: 21, Organization Letter, 1935
  • Folder: 22, Contemporary Comments of Delphian Programs, undated
  • Folder: 23, "The Biological Foundation of Creative Expression," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 24, "Music as a Social Act," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 25, "Music and the Individual," typescript with correspondence, 1940
  • Folder: 26, "The Individual and the World - A Course in Three Divisions," book, undated

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