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Dwight D. Miner papers on the history of Columbia University, 1938-1978

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Call No.: MS#2015
Bib ID 4079111 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Miner, Dwight Carroll, 1904-
Title Dwight D. Miner papers on the history of Columbia University, 1938-1978
Physical Description 19.6 Linear Feet (47 document boxes, 1 oversize folder)
Language(s) English .
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Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is arranged in 7 series: Series I: Correspondence; Series II: Biographical of Name Files; Series III: Subject Files; Series IV: Manuscripts; Series V: Photostats; Series VI: Note Card Files; Series VII: Printed Materials.

Description

Summary

Miner's correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts, manuscript and typescript notes, and printed materials relating to the history of Columbia University. Interfiled with Miner's papers are the correspondence, manuscripts, and notes of Columbia librarian Roger Howson (1882-1962) who had been writing a history of the University at the time of his retirement in 1948. Howson and Miner's correspondence is chiefly with Columbia University administrators, faculty, staff, and alumni and deals entirely with the history of the university. The two major Columbia correspondents are Provost Frank D. Fackenthal and Secretary Philip M. Hayden. There are manuscript and typescript drafts of chapters and parts of chapters by Howson and Miner, but neither's history was ever completed or published. These drafts along with the related correspondence, notes, and typescript copies of original manuscripts from Columbia's archives and manuscript collections are filed together under the appropriate headings in the Name and Subject Files. In addition there are two partially completed typescript drafts of each history.

Also included are two incomplete typescripts for the history of the College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Faculty of Pure Sciences written by various individuals. These histories were meant to be included in THE BICENTENNIAL HISTORY OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY (1954) which was edited by Miner. The collection contains over 120,000 note cards on the history of the University and approximately 750 photostatic copies of original manuscripts with references to Columbia in other repositories. Among these copies are selected photostats from the Francis Lieber Papers at the Henry Huntington Library

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Type of reproduction--Photostatic copies in part

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Cataloged Christina Hilton Fenn 08/--/89.

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2020-03-18 PDF replaced with full finding aid (JR)

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Fackenthal, Frank Diehl, 1883-1968 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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History / Biographical Note

Biographical Note

Historian. Miner began teaching history at Columbia in 1927 and held the rank of Moore Collegiate Professor of History Emeritus at his death. (Columbia University A.B., 1926; A.M., 1927; Ph.D., 1940).

Born in 1904, Miner grew up in Morningside Heights and as a child, saw the campus built in his own neighborhood. He received his BA in 1926, MA in 1927 and PhD in 1940. He joined the faculty as a member of the Contemporary Civilization Department in 1927, became full professor in 1940 and was named the Moore Collegiate Professor of History in 1967. He was associated with Columbia as a student and professor for a combined 56 years.

Miner wrote The fight for the Panama route : the story of the Spooner act and the Hay-Herrán treaty (1940) and served as editor of the volumes for the Bicentennial history of Columbia University (1954-1956). Miner was also a favorite among students for his course lectures and his story-telling at the annual Yule Log ceremony. Time Magazine once pictured him on its cover as one of the nation's ten great college teachers. Miner delivered a yearly lecture on the history of Columbia College during freshmen orientation. As the student newspapers, the Spectator, wrote in 1945: "We almost wish we were freshmen again so that we could again enjoy the riotous anecdotes from Columbia's past that Prof. Miner recounts with such skill. Hearing his is a rare experience." (1945 July 20, page 2) For over 40 years, Prof. Miner shared with the freshmen his own experiences and the history of Columbia College. He continued to teach Contemporary Civilization until his retirement in 1973 but even retired, he would return to campus for the famous orientation speech.

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Series I: Correspondence


Catalogued Correspondence



Box 1 Barzun, Jacques


Box 1 Bogert, Marston Taylor


Box 1 Butler, Nicholas Murray


Box 1 Campbell, Oscar James


Box 1 Coykendall, Frederick


Box 1 Crampton, Henry E.


Box 1 Edman, Irwin


Box 1 Egbert, James C.


Box 1 Finch, James Kip


Box 1 Fish, Stuyvesant


Box 1 Hadas, Moses


Box 1 Hayes, Carlton J.H.


Box 1 McCrea, Roswell C.


Box 1 Moore, Douglas


Box 1 Nevins, Allan


Box 1 Odell, George C.D.


Box 1 Pegram, George Braxton


Box 1 Russell, William Fletcher


Box 1 Simkhovitch, Vladimir Grigorievitch


Box 1 Stoughton, Charles William


Box 1 Streeter, Thomas Winthrop


Box 1 Thorndike, Lynn


Box 1 Trilling, Lionel


Box 1 Young, Clarence Hoffman

(Letters and "Recollections of Columbia at 49th Street")


Box 1 Zanetti, Joaquin Enrique


Uncatalogued Correspondence


Box 1 Howson, Roger, 1941-1945


Box 1 Miner, Dwight

Series II: Biographical or Name Files


Box 1 Adrian, Robert


Box 1 Anderson, Henry J.


Box 1 Anthon, Charles


Box 1 Bard, Samuel


Box 1 Barnard, Frederick A.P.


Box 1 Beard, Charles A.


Box 1 Bowden, John


Box 1 Boyesen, Hjalmar



Box 2 Burgess, John W.


Box 2 Butler, Nicholas Murray

(including Margaret Clapp Report)


Box 2 Carman, Harry


Box 2 Cattell, James McK.


Box 2 Chandler, Charles Frederick


Box 2 Chandler, T.B.

("Memorandums")


Box 2 Chrystie, Edward P.

(King's College Picture)


Box 2 Clinton, De Witt


Box 2 Clossy, Samuel


Box 2 Cooper, Myles


Box 2 Custis, John Parke


Box 2 Cutting, Leonard


Box 2 Da Ponte, Lorenzo


Box 2 Darrach, William


Box 2 Davies, Charles


Box 2 Dewey, John


Box 2 Dix, Morgan


Box 2 Drisler, [Henry]


Box 2 Duer, William Alexander


Box 2 Dunning, William A.


Box 2 Dwight, Theodore



Box 3 Edman, Irwin


Box 3 Egbert, James C.


Box 3 Egleston, Thomas


Box 3 Eisenhower, Dwight


Box 3 Erskine, John


Box 3 Evangeles, Christodoulos L.


Box 3 Fish, Hamilton


Box 3 Hackley, Charles W, Rev.


Box 3 Hamilton, Alexander


Box 3 Hamilton, Alexander - Troup & Mulligan Narrative


Box 3 Harpur, Robert


Box 3 Harris, William


Box 3 Hewitt, Abram S.


Box 3 Hobart, John Henry


Box 3 Holls, Frederick William


Box 3 Hone, Philip (with diary)


Box 3 Hosack, David


Box 3 Johnson, Samuel (1st president)


Box 3 Joy, Charles A.


Box 3 Keating


Box 3 Kent, James


Box 3 Keppel, Frederick


Box 3 King, Charles (9th president)


Box 3 King, Rufus


Box 3 Kirk, Grayson



Box 4 Kunze, Johann Christoff


Box 4 Lieber, Francis


Box 4 Lispenard, Leonard


Box 4 Livingston, Robert R.


Box 4 Livingston, William


Box 4 Livingston Family


Box 4 Low, Seth (11th president)


Box 4 McCulloch, Richard S.


Box 4 MacDowell, Edward


Box 4 McVickar, Rev. John


Box 4 McVickar, John - Langstaff


Box 4 Mason, John W. (Provost)


Box 4 Matthews, Brander


Box 4 Merrill, Winifred Edgerton


Box 4 Mitchill, Samuel L.


Box 4 Moore, Benjamin (5th president)


Box 4 Moore, Nathaniel F. (8th president)


Box 4 Nairne, Charles Murray


Box 4 Newberry, John S.



Box 5 Odell, George C.D.


Box 5 Ogden, David B.


Box 5 Onderdonk, Bishop


Box 5 Peck, Harry T.


Box 5 Peck, William G.


Box 5 Pegram, George B.


Box 5 Pell, A.W.

(Composition on "Style" for Prof. Schmidt)


Box 5 Pine, John B.


Box 5 Provoost, Bishop Samuel


Box 5 Pupin, Michael


Box 5 R (Misc.)


Box 5 Renwick, James


Box 5 Rives, George L.


Box 5 Rood, Ogden N.


Box 5 Ruggles, Samuel B.


Box 5 S (Misc.)


Box 5 Seixas, Gershom Mendes


Box 5 Short, Charles


Box 5 Smith, Munroe


Box 5 Stone, Harlan Fiske


Box 5 Strong, George T.


Box 5 Tannenbaum, Frank


Box 5 Tompkins, Daniel B.


Box 5 Torrey, John


Box 5 Treadwell, Daniel


Box 5 Van Amringe, John Howard


Box 5 Vardill, John


Box 5 Ver Planck, Gulian


Box 5 Ward, Sam


Box 5 Weeks, S.R.


Box 5 Wharton, Charles H. (4th president)


Box 5 Wilson, E.B.


Box 5 Woodberry, George Edward


Box 5 Woodbridge, Frederick J.E.

Series III: Subject Files



Box 6 Academic Calendar


Box 6 Academic Freedom


Box 6 Academic Profession, The


Box 6 Acknowledgements


Box 6 Acknowledgements for Courtesies


Box 6 Acta Columbiana


Box 6 Administration of the University


Box 6 Administrative Boards


Box 6 Admissions - Rising Standards


Box 6 Admissions


Box 6 Advisory Committee on Educational Policy


Box 6 Age of Students - 18th Century to 20th Century


Box 6 Alumni - Activity


Box 6 Alumni - Attitudes toward Columbia


Box 6 Alumni - Distribution by Profession


Box 6 Alumni - Fund


Box 6 Alumni - Governors of New York


Box 6 Alumni - Lawyers


Box 6 Alumni - Mayors of N.Y.C., Brooklyn; Candidates for Mayoralty; Municipal Officers


Box 6 Alumni - Musicians


Box 6 Alumni - Physicians


Box 6 Alumni - Scientists (including Engineers) 1768-1954


Box 6 Alumni - Trustees



Box 7 Alumni - Blacks


Box 7 Alumni in Diplomacy


Box 7 Alumni in Education


Box 7 Alumni in Finance


Box 7 Alumni in Military Careers


Box 7 Alumni in Ministry


Box 7 Alumni in National Government (including Congress and the Executive Branch)


Box 7 Alumni in Painting, Drawing, Sculpture


Box 7 Alumni in Publishing


Box 7 Alumni in Sports


Box 7 Alumni in the Theater


Box 7 Alumni of Literary Attainment


Box 7 Alumni on the Bench


Box 7 Alumni Organizations


Box 7 American Education since WWII


Box 7 American Museum of Natural History


Box 7 American Negro - 20th Century


Box 7 American Quarterly Register


Box 7 American School at Athens


Box 7 American Students in European Universities: 1850-1900


Box 7 "And...by that Name"


Box 7 Appendices


Box 7 Arts Center


Box 7 Appendices - Presidents and Other Administrative Officers


Box 7 Association for University Teas


Box 7 Astronomy


Box 7 Athletic Fields


Box 7 Athletics at 49th Street


Box 7 Athletics - Morningside Heights


Box 7 Athletics - 49th street (except Crew)



Box 8 Barnard Administration


Box 8 Barnard College


Box 8 Barnard College


Box 8 Barnard Literary Society, 1877


Box 8 Bard College


Box 8 Benefactions: Butler Administration


Box 8 Benefactions under Barnard


Box 8 Benefactions under Low


Box 8 Bicentennial Committee


Box 8 Bicentennial History Project - Correspondence with Staff


Box 8 Book Stores


Box 8 Botanic Garden: also, Upper Estate


Box 8 Budget 1890-1920


Box 8 Buildings and Grounds: Morningside Heights


Box 8 Bursar


Box 8 "But None Has Said So Well"


Box 8 Casa Hispanica


Box 8 Casa Italiana


Box 8 Chapel


Box 8 Chapel and Religious Matters Prior to 1897



Box 9 Charter Volumes


Box 9 Charter of 1774 (Proposed)


Box 9 Chemical Engineering- Hixson


Box 9 Chemistry


Box 9 Chemistry - Nelson


Box 9 Classrooms


Box 9 Clubs - Schools and Departments


Box 9 Clubs and Associations at Columbia, 1776-1930


Box 9 Coatroom


Box 9 Coeducation: Collegiate Course; Mrs. Reed's School, etc., 1873-1886


Box 9 College and University Histories


Box 9 College of Pharmacy


Box 9 College of Physicians and Surgeons


Box 9 P & S: 1891-1921


Box 9 P & S: 1891-1928


Box 9 P & S: Dental and Oral Surgery


Box 9 P & S: Department of Cancer Research - Crocker Fund


Box 9 P & S: Dochez


Box 9 P & S: Extracts of Minutes



Box 10 P & S: Faculty of Medicine


Box 10 P & S: Independent Journey


Box 10 P & S: Library (Fleming)


Box 10 P & S: Medical Center


Box 10 P & S: Medical Center - University Files, 1927-1937


Box 10 P & S: Medical Center, 1928-1954


Box 10 P & S: The Medical Center Idea, 1910-1921


Box 10 P & S: Non-clinical Departments, 1921-1928; 1928-1952


Box 10 P & S: Palmer, W. W.


Box 10 P & S: Public Health


Box 10 P & S: Rappleye


Box 10 P & S: School of Nursing


Box 10 P & S: The Six Medical Departments


Box 10 P & S: Webster


Box 10 P & S: Woglom


Box 10 College of the City of New York


Box 10 Columbia College: 1787-1825


Box 10 C.C.: Colonial College Charters


Box 10 C.C.: 1825-1861


Box 10 C.C.: Administration


Box 10 C.C.: Athletics from 1920 on


Box 10 C.C.: Board of Columbia College, Proceedings of 1819-1891


Box 10 C.C.: Buildings and Grounds, 1783-1825


Box 10 C.C.: Catalogue, 1848-1893


Box 10 C.C.: The Civil War



Box 11 C.C.: College Papers 1754-1783


Box 11 C.C.: College Papers, 1784-1800


Box 11 C.C.: Curriculum, 1809-1850


Box 11 C.C.: Curriculum, 1809-1857


Box 11 C.C.: Curriculum (Arts), 1857-1889


Box 11 C.C.: Curriculum, 1890-WWII


Box 11 C.C.: Curriculum, 1920 to date


Box 11 C.C.: "The Chapel Record," 1847-1853


Box 11 C.C.: College Expenditures, 1804-July 1864 (from cash-books, checkbooks, C.P., etc.)


Box 11 C.C.: Finances-Expenditures, 1761-1862


Box 11 C.C.: Medical School, 1784-1813


Box 11 C.C.: New York City, 1825-1861


Box 11 C.C.: Student Life: 1920s and 1930s


Box 11 C.C.: Under N.Y. Regents


Box 11 Columbia Grammar School (including King's College Grammar School)


Box 11 Columbia Maps


Box 11 Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA)



Box 12 Columbia University: Columbia Club


Box 12 C.U.: Columbiad (Yearbook)


Box 12 C.U.: Degrees


Box 12 C.U.: Formation


Box 12 C.U.: Histories


Box 12 C.U.: Honorary Degrees from 1865 on


Box 12 C.U.: Libraries


Box 12 C.U.: Libraries - Columbiana


Box 12 C.U.: Libraries - Correspondence


Box 12 C.U.: Libraries - History, 1858-1897


Box 12 C.U.: Libraries - "A Report on Certain Problems of the Libraries..." Wilson, Metcalf, Coney, 1947


Box 12 C.U.: Libraries - Special Collections, Columbia Material


Box 12 C.U.: Libraries - White, Carl M.


Box 12 C.U.: Morningside Heights Campus


Box 12 C.U.: 175th Anniversary


Box 12 C.U.: Sports


Box 12 C.U.: Sundial


Box 12 C.U.: World War One (first draft)


Box 12 C.U.: World War One


Box 12 C.U.: World War Two


Box 12 C.U.: Columbia University Quarterly



Box 13 The Combined Course


Box 13 Cornbury Period and Early l8th Century in New York


Box 13 Commencement of 1811


Box 13 Commencements


Box 13 Committee of Reference


Box 13 Committee on Education - 1892 March 2


Box 13 Committee on Instruction (of respective faculties)


Box 13 Committee on the Elevation of the Course


Box 13 Commons


Box 13 Consolidation and Growth, 1902-1915


Box 13 Council for Research in the Humanities


Box 13 Council for Research in the Social Sciences


Box 13 Debt


Box 13 Debt Figures


Box 13 Decade of Anxiety, 1931-1941


Box 13 The Democracy of Ideas


Box 13 Department of Agriculture


Box 13 Dept. of Anthropology


Box 13 Dept. of Astronomy


Box 13 Dept. of Biochemistry


Box 13 Dept. of Botany


Box 13 Dept. of Chemical Engineering


Box 13 Dept. of Chemistry



Box 14 Dept. of Chinese and Japanese


Box 14 Dept. of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics


Box 14 Dept. of Economics


Box 14 Dept. of Educational Research


Box 14 Dept. of Electrical Engineering


Box 14 Dept. of English: Campbell


Box 14 Dept. of English and Comparative Literature


Box 14 Dept. of Fine Arts and Archaeology


Box 14 Dept. of General and Comparative Linguistics


Box 14 Dept. of Geology


Box 14 Dept. of Germanic Languages


Box 14 Dept. of Greek and Latin


Box 14 Dept. of History


Box 14 Dept. of Mathematics


Box 14 Dept. of Mathematical Statistics


Box 14 Dept. of Mechanical Engineering



Box 15 Dept. of Microbiology


Box 15 Dept. of Mining, Metallurgy, and Mineral Engineering


Box 15 Dept. of Music


Box 15 Dept. of Near and Middle-Eastern Languages


Box 15 Dept. of Pathology


Box 15 Dept. of Pharmacology


Box 15 Dept. of Philosophy


Box 15 Dept. of Physics


Box 15 Dept. of Physiology


Box 15 Dept. of Psychology


Box 15 Dept. of Public Law and Government


Box 15 Dept. of Romance Languages


Box 15 Dept. of Slavic Languages


Box 15 Dept. of Sociology


Box 15 Dept. of Zoology


Box 15 Deutsches Haus


Box 15 Development Program



Box 16 Diary Entries (copies)


Box 16 Diplomas


Box 16 Discipline


Box 16 Discontents: l) Site; 2) Endowment


Box 16 Divinity, Dutch Professorship of


Box 16 Dormitories


Box 16 Dramatic Museum


Box 16 Dramatics - 49th Street


Box 16 Earl Hall


Box 16 Earle Diary


Box 16 Egleston Museum


Box 16 Electives


Box 16 Electric Lighting


Box 16 Employment


Box 16 Engineering


Box 16 Engineering Departments


Box 16 Enrollment: 1800-1900


Box 16 Enrollment: 1901 to Present


Box 16 Enrollment: Graphs


Box 16 Examinations


Box 16 Expositions


Box 16 The Faculty


Box 16 Faculty and Departmental Societies: 49th Street


Box 16 Faculty Clubs: Men's and Women's


Box 16 Faculty of Fine Arts


Box 16 Faculty of Philosophy


Box 16 Faculty of Political Science (1)


Box 16 Faculty of Political Science (2)



Box 17 Faculty of Pure Science


Box 17 Fellowship and Honors Awards


Box 17 Fellowships


Box 17 Finances


Box 17 Finances: Barnard Administration


Box 17 Football


Box 17 Foreign Students at Columbia


Box 17 Forestry Department (proposed)


Box 17 Forum


Box 17 49th Street Site - Botanic Garden


Box 17 49th Street Site - Madison Avenue


Box 17 Foucault Experiment


Box 17 General Reference Lists


Box 17 General Studies


Box 17 Geography


Box 17 Gibbs Affair


Box 17 Governors: 1754-1784


Box 17 Governor's Island


Box 17 Graduate Faculties



Box 18 Graduate School of Journalism


Box 18 Grammar School, 1829-1864


Box 18 Greenwood Cemetery


Box 18 Gymnasium


Box 18 Hankey Window


Box 18 Hazlett Property


Box 18 Health


Box 18 Higher Education: 18th Century America


Box 18 Higher Education: 20th Century America


Box 18 Higher Engineering


Box 18 Hispanic Society


Box 18 Historical Writing - Techniques


Box 18 Histories of American Universities


Box 18 History as Literature


Box 18 History in the Schools


Box 18 History of Columbia College


Box 18 History of C.U. Press



Box 19 Honor System


Box 19 Honorary Degrees


Box 19 Honorary Degrees and Visitors


Box 19 Honors Courses


Box 19 Illustrations: 49th St. - Portraits


Box 19 Illustrations: 49th St. - Scenes and Groups


Box 19 Illustrations: King's College


Box 19 Illustrations: Morningside Heights - Portraits


Box 19 Illustrations: Morningside Heights - Views and Groups


Box 19 Illustrations: Park Place - Scenes and Portraits 1784-1857


Box 19 Imaginary Lectures, 1900


Box 19 Imperial Years, 1920-1930


Box 19 ...in the City of New York


Box 19 In Token Whereof... (Butler Commencements)


Box 19 Institute for Urban Land-Use and Housing Studies


Box 19 Institute of Arts and Sciences


Box 19 Institute of Public Administration


Box 19 Institutes, Cultural


Box 19 Irish Elk


Box 19 Japanese Students at Columbia


Box 19 Jews


Box 19 Johnson, Samuel: Autobiography


Box 19 Joint Committee on Graduate instruction (1)


Box 19 Joint Committee on Graduate Instruction (2)


Box 19 King's College: Alumni


Box 19 King's College: Benefactors


Box 19 King's College: Board of Governors: Minutes 1770-1781


Box 19 King's College: Buildings and Grounds



Box 20 King's College: Charters (draft and final copy)


Box 20 King's College: Commencements


Box 20 King's College: Discipline


Box 20 King's College: During the Revolution


Box 20 King's College: Finances


Box 20 King's College: Founding


Box 20 King's College Governor's Minutes: Abstracts, Howson Files 1755-1781


Box 20 King's College: Grammar School


Box 20 King's College: Instruction


Box 20 King's College: Law


Box 20 King's College: Library


Box 20 King's College: Medicine


Box 20 King's College: Nova Scotia


Box 20 King's College: Students


Box 20 King's College: Student Activities


Box 20 King's College: Theology



Box 21 Landscape Architecture


Box 21 Law School, 1858-1891


Box 21 Legislative Drafting Research Fund


Box 21 Library, 1784-1889


Box 21 Library, 1890-1954


Box 21 Library of Congress


Box 21 Literary and Scientific Course, 1830-1843


Box 21 Long-Range Financial Policy: 1890-


Box 21 Loss of Touch, 1800-1880


Box 21 Lotteries


Box 21 Loubat, Duke de


Box 21 Lucke, Charles E.


Box 21 McKim, Mead and White


Box 21 Maison Francais


Box 21 Marks


Box 21 The M.A. Degree


Box 21 Mathematics


Box 21 Medical Faculty


Box 21 Meteorology


Box 21 Metropolitan Museum



Box 22 The Miner (Yearbook)


Box 22 Miner - Misc. Notes


Box 22 Modern Languages and Literatures


Box 22 The Morningside Community


Box 22 Morningside Heights Site (1)


Box 22 Morningside Heights Site (2)


Box 22 Morningside Heights Site (3)


Box 22 Museum


Box 22 Museum of the City of New York


Box 22 Natural Sciences - U.S. 1800-1865


Box 22 Nevis Estate


Box 22 New College


Box 22 New Hampshire Grants


Box 22 The New Site


Box 22 New York Academy of Science


Box 22 New York Historical Society


Box 22 New York Public Library


Box 22 New York State Library


Box 22 New York University


Box 22 Optometry


Box 22 Origin of Name of Columbia College


Box 22 Other Doctorates in Course


Box 22 Outlines for a History of Columbia University



Box 23 Park Place Site, 1755-1783


Box 23 Park Place Site, 1784-1857


Box 23 Patents


Box 23 Peithologian Society, 1806


Box 23 Pensions


Box 23 Personalia


Box 23 Personalities in King's College History


Box 23 The Ph.D. Degree


Box 23 Phi Beta Kappa


Box 23 Philolexian Society, 1802


Box 23 Pine Papers


Box 23 Pine Papers - Reference List and Howson-Handen Correspondence


Box 23 Post-graduate Hospital


Box 23 Post-war


Box 23 The Presidency of Columbia University


Box 23 Presbyterian Hospital


Box 23 Princeton University


Box 23 Printing


Box 23 Prizes



Box 24 Professors and Professorships


Box 24 Professors A-Z (not filed separately)


Box 24 Provost


Box 24 Psychological Examinations


Box 24 Psychology - Woodworth


Box 24 Public Health, School of


Box 24 Public Lectures


Box 24 Pulitzer Prizes


Box 24 Queen's Farm, 1702-


Box 24 Reform Club


Box 24 Regents - since 1787


Box 24 Registrar


Box 24 Religious Life at Columbia


Box 24 Religious Activities - Chapel; Dept.; Voluntary


Box 24 Reminiscences


Box 24 Removal from 49th Street


Box 24 Report of 1858


Box 24 Republic of Scholarship


Box 24 Roosevelt and Kaiser Wilhelm Exchange Professorship


Box 24 Roxbury Mine



Box 25 Sachems


Box 25 Scholarships


Box 25 School of Architecture


Box 25 School of Business


Box 25 School of Dental and Oral Surgery


Box 25 School of Engineering


Box 25 School of International Affairs


Box 25 School of Journalism


Box 25 School of Law


Box 25 School of Library Service


Box 25 School of Mines


Box 25 School of Mines - Degrees Granted


Box 25 School of Mines, 1864-1901


Box 25 School of Social Work


Box 25 Science as a Liberal Art


Box 25 Science in Early American Colleges


Box 25 Scientific Societies at Columbia


Box 25 Secretary's Office


Box 25 Secretarial Studies


Box 25 Semi-Centennial: 1837


Box 25 Service to the Community



Box 26 Sloane Hospital


Box 26 Society for Promoting Religion and Learning


Box 26 Smoking


Box 26 South America


Box 26 South Field


Box 26 Speech Education at Columbia College, 1754-1940


Box 26 Special Students


Box 26 Spectator, 1877-1882


Box 26 Statistics


Box 26 Statutes


Box 26 Stevens Institute


Box 26 Struggle for Higher Education for Women - Vol. 1


Box 26 Student Aid


Box 26 Student Life - 49th Street


Box 26 Student Societies and Publications - 49th Street (notes used by Eckman)


Box 26 Student Life, 1830-1864


Box 26 Student Loans


Box 26 Summer Session


Box 26 Surveying


Box 26 Surveys



Box 27 Taxation of University Property


Box 27 Teachers College (1) (Miner)


Box 27 Teachers College (2) (Howson)


Box 27 Ticonderoga


Box 27 Time Schedule


Box 27 Townsend Library


Box 27 Trade School


Box 27 Treasurer


Box 27 Trinity Church: Correspondence


Box 27 Trinity Church: 18th Century


Box 27 Trinity Church: Charter Provisions, 19th Century


Box 27 Trinity Church: Charter Provisions, 20th Century


Box 27 Trinity Church: Official Support of Anglican Interests, Late 17th-Early 18th Century


Box 27 Tropical Medicine


Box 27 Trustees: 1787-1810


Box 27 Trustees: 49th Street


Box 27 Trustees: 1902


Box 27 Trustees: Committees


Box 27 Trustees: Minutes, 1784-1800


Box 27 Tuition, 1784-1954


Box 27 The Turn of the Century, 1898-1901


Box 27 The Undergraduate Student


Box 27 The Undergraduate Student, 1897-1917 (Stern)



Box 28 Union Theological Seminary


Box 28 University Council


Box 28 University Hall


Box 28 University Seminars


Box 28 The University Student


Box 28 The University Takes Form, Low: 1890-1896


Box 28 Vice-Presidents


Box 28 Washington College on Staten Island


Box 28 Wheelock Property


Box 28 William and Mary College


Box 28 Women and the University Courses,1890-1953 - Vol. II


Box 28 Women Students in the University: Growing Academic Opportunities (1890- )


Box 28 Worship and Religious Study,1890-I954 (Vol. II) (Fritz Stern)


Box 28 Yale-Columbia Course in Preparation for Foreign Service


Box 28 Yale University Library


Box 28 Y.M.C.A.


Box 28 Yule Log Ceremony: Clement C. Moore, "A Visit from St. Nicholas"


Box 28 Zoology

Series IV: Manuscripts



Box 29 Howson, Roger "History of Columbia University, 1849-1913" (chronologically)


Howson, Roger "History of Columbia University"



Box 30 Columbia at 49th Street


Box 30 Index


Box 30 Miscellaneous Topics


Miner, Dwight C. "History of Columbia University" (through the Civil War)



Box 31 Beginning - Drafts


Box 31 Notes for Volume Two


Box 31 Chapter 1- Original


Box 31 Chapter 1- Draft


Box 31 Columbia under William Samuel Johnson- Part II, Chapters 2-3


Box 31 The Revolutionary Generation - Part I, Chapters 4-5


Box 31 Class of 1926


Box 31 Chapter 5 - Strength through Division


Box 31 Chapter 6 - Failure and Success


Box 31 Chapter 6 - The Regency


Box 31 Chapter 7 - The Civil War


Box 31 Chapter 14 - manuscript with related notes


Miner, Dwight C., ed. The Bicentennial History of Columbia University



Box 32 Sales Records


Box 32 Book Reviews


Box 32 Correspondence with Authors


Box 32 Medical Science at Columbia


Box 32 The Key to Medical Progress (Statement of Purpose by the Bicentennial Fund for the Medical Sciences)


Box 32 Webster, Jerome P., M.D. "History of the College of Physicians and Surgeons..." (Chapters 1 and 2)


Box 32 The College of Physicians and Surgeons (Part II, Chapters 1 and 2)


Box 32 Dochez, A. Raymond, M.D. "The Growth of the Science of Clinical Medicine"


Box 32 Lee, Eleanor "History of the Department of Nursing"


Box 32 Stout, Arthur Purdy, M.D. "Progression of Medical Education at Columbia toward a True University Basis"


Box 32 Woglum, William H., M.D. "The College of Physicians and Surgeons 1813-1891"


Box 32 Stout, Arthur Purdy, M.D. "Conception and Realization of the University Hospital


Box 32 The Medical Sciences at Columbia University: Section I- The Background


Box 32 The Medical Sciences at Columbia University ("The Background'; "College of P & S"; "'Dental"; "Public Health"; "Nursing"; "Library and Auditorium"; "Program and Finances")


Box 32 Mustard, Harry S., M.D. "The School of Public Health, etc."


Box 32 Schwartz, L. Laszlo "History of the School of Dental and Oral Surgery, etc."


Box 32 Schwartz, L. Laszlo "History of the School of Dental and Oral Surgery, etc." (revised)


Box 32 Stout, Arthur Purdy, M.D. "College of Physicians and Surgeons" (draft)


Box 32 Dentistry and Columbia University



Box 33 History of the Faculty of Pure Science


Box 33 General: Editorial and Publishing


Box 33 Department of Anatomy


Box 33 Dept. of Astronomy (Profs. Jan Schilt and Walter J. Eckert)


Box 33 Dept. of Biochemistry (Profs. Hans T. Clark and Edgar G. Miller, Jr.)


Box 33 Botany (Prof. Edwin B. Matzke; draft)


Box 33 Botany (revised draft)


Box 33 Dept. of Biochemistry (copy)


Box 33 Dept. of Chemistry (drafts and notes)


Box 33 Dept. of Chemistry (draft)


Box 33 Dept. of Chemical Engineering (Arthur Warren Hixson)


Box 33 Dept. of Chemical Engineering (copy with editorial comments; revision)


Box 33 Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics (Prof. William J. Krefeld)


Box 33 Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics (copy)


Box 33 Dept. of Electrical Engineering (final corrected copy; correspondence)


Box 33 Dept. of Electrical Engineering (draft)


Box 33 Engineering Depts. ("Introduction")


Box 33 Dept. of Geology (Charles P. Berkey)


Box 33 Graduate Study in Engineering and the Faculty of Pure Science


Box 33 Mathematics


Box 33 Mechanical Engineering


Box 33 Medical Depts. ("Introduction") (1)


Box 33 Medical Depts. ("Introduction") (2)


Box 33 Microbiology (original)


Box 33 Microbiology (carbon)


Box 33 Mining, Metallurgical, and Mineral Engineering


Box 33 Pathology (1)


Box 33 Pathology (2)


Box 33 Pharmacology (1)


Box 33 Pharmacology (2)


Box 33 Dept. of Physiology


Box 33 Psychology


Box 33 Zoology

Series V: Photostats



Box 34 Misc. Manuscripts and Notes


Box 34 Memorabilia


Box 34 A-H



Box 35 J


Box 35 AA


Box 35 Uncategorized


Box 35 De Lancey, James



Box 36 Francis Lieber Papers



Flatbox 336 Oversize photostats

Series VI: Note Card Files



Box 37 Academic Costume: Barnard


Box 37 Academic Costume: Low & Subsequent Presidents


Box 37 Administration of Harris (Post-Mason) 1816-1829


Box 37 Administration of W.S. Johnson Legislative Aid


Box 37 Administration of W.S. Johnson Retrenchment & Decline


Box 37 Administration of W.S. Johnson Slow Progress, 1788 April-1792 January


Box 37 Administration of Mason 1811-1816


Box 37 Administration of Wharton & Moore 1801-1811


Box 37 Admission of Women to Graduate Work


Box 37 Albany Frontier


Box 37 Alexander, James


Box 37 Alexander, William (Stirling)


Box 37 Alumni Activity 1825-1849


Box 37 Alumni Activity 1849-1864


Box 37 Alumni Activity 1864-1889


Box 37 Alumni Activity 1902


Box 37 Andrew & Davenport


Box 37 Anglican Church in America: Bishop of London


Box 37 Anglican Church in America: 18th Century


Box 37 Anglican Church in Connecticut: 18th Century


Box 37 Anglican Church: New York 17th-18th Century


Box 37 Anglican Church: New York 18th Century


Box 37 Anglican Episcopacy Movement 18th Century


Box 37 Antill, Edward


Box 37 Apthorp, Charles Ward


Box 37 Apthorp, East (Johnson choice for successor)


Box 37 Athletics: Early Days to 1864


Box 37 Athletics: 1864-1889


Box 37 Athletics: 1890


Box 37 Athletics: 1897


Box 37 Auchmuty, Samuel


Box 37 Bache, Theophylact


Box 37 Bangs


Box 37 Banyar, Goldbrow


Box 37 Barclay, Henry


Box 37 Barnard Administration


Box 37 Barnard Annual Reports


Box 37 Barnard College 1889


Box 37 Barnard College Founding


Box 37 Barnard Election


Box 37 Barnard and the Elective System


Box 37 Barnard Religious Views: also Evidences of Rev. Religion, 1864-1889


Box 37 Barnard Scientific Views



Box 38 Barnard and the Trustees


Box 38 Barnard and the University Idea


Box 38 Beekman, Henry


Box 38 Bibliography


Box 38 Bibliography-Title Pages


Box 38 Botantic Garden: 1814-1849


Box 38 Botantic Garden and Removal of College: 1850-1857


Box 38 Budget Making Procedures


Box 38 Building and Grounds


Box 38 Building and Grounds: 1784 November


Box 38 Building and Grounds: 1864-1889


Box 38 Building and Grounds: Janitor; Stevens House; 1829-1857


Box 38 Building Project and Repairs: 1801-1811


Box 38 Butler Academic Freedom


Box 38 Butler Administration Finances


Box 38 Butler Administrative Boards


Box 38 Butler Administrator


Box 38 Butler


Box 38 Butler and the Ancient Classics


Box 38 Butler Annual Reports


Box 38 Butler Career of Teacher


Box 38 Butler Close Associates


Box 38 Butler the Departments


Box 38 Butler Educational Activities: Prior to 1902


Box 38 Butler Election and Installation


Box 38 Butler First Report: 1902


Box 38 Butler Fund Raiser


Box 38 Butler as International Figure


Box 38 Butler Last Years


Box 38 Butler and Modern Languages


Box 38 Butler Most Important


Box 38 Butler and National Politics


Box 38 Butler and the New Deal


Box 38 Butler on Powers and Functions of the Faculties


Box 38 Butler Role of the Liberal Arts College


Box 38 Butler Sizes up Columbia's Problem (at end of 4th period) 1921


Box 38 Butler and the Sciences


Box 38 Butler on Specialization


Box 38 Butler Seeks Leading Scholars


Box 38 Butler and Theodore Roosevelt


Box 38 Butler Views on Fundamentals of Education


Box 38 Butler Views on Role of Columbia in Nation & World


Box 38 Cattell Dismissal: 1917


Box 38 Cadwallader, Colden


Box 38 Cadwallader, Colden and the College


Box 38 Campus and Students Life


Box 38 Catholics in New York 17th Century-Early 19th Century


Box 38 Chambers, John


Box 38 Change of Name to "University": 1896


Box 38 Chapel, 1864-1889


Box 38 Chapel Services, 1855


Box 38 Charter Controversy


Box 38 Charter Controversy: 1753 March-December


Box 38 Charter Controversy: 1754 March-October


Box 38 Charter Revision, 1802-1810


Box 38 City College New York


Box 38 Clarkson, David


Box 38 Classics in Barnard Administration, 1864-1889


Box 38 Classics in Columbia College, 1897-1954


Box 38 Clossy, Samuel


Box 38 Coeducation Issue, 1882-1889



Box 39 College


Box 39 College Curricula: 18th Century


Box 39 College: 1868-1871


Box 39 College Founding's: Pennsylvania


Box 39 College Libraries


Box 39 College Literary Societies: 1860-1901


Box 39 Collegiate Course for Women: 1883-1889


Box 39 Colonial College Foundings: Summary


Box 39 Colonial Mind Mid-Century


Box 39 Colonial Money l8th Century


Box 39 Columbia Alumni in the Community: 1820s-1850s


Box 39 Columbia Relations with Civic Societies: 1817-1842


Box 39 Columbia College: 1907-1917


Box 39 Columbia College: 1911-1914


Box 39 Columbia College: World War I


Box 39 Columbia College: 1919-1953


Box 39 Columbia College: 1873-1876 (Richard T. Ely), 1878-1882 (N.M. Butler)


Box 39 Columbia College: Admissions Requirement 1897


Box 39 Columbia College: Arts 1880s


Box 39 Columbia College: Enrollment 1864-1888


Box 39 Columbia College : First Decade on Morningside 1897-1907


Box 39 Columbia College Organized 1787 May


Box 39 Columbia and the Outbreak of the Civil War


Box 39 Columbia School of Arts Curriculum 1864-1889


Box 39 Columbia University Bulletin


Box 39 Columbia University Registration 1840s-1950s


Box 39 Commencement of 1787


Box 39 Commencement 1811


Box 39 Commencement under Barnard


Box 39 Commerce and Industry 1760


Box 39 Committee of Seven: To consider Abolition of fees; Univ. professorships etc


Box 39 Committee on Conference (of the University Council) 1917


Box 39 Completion of a Decade on Morningside 1907


Box 39 Cooper: Attempt to seize Cooper; his flight 1775


Box 39 Cooper: Background; election to presidency


Box 39 Cooper in England after War 1775


Box 39 Cooper, Myles - president


Box 39 Cooper: trip to England 1771-1772


Box 39 Cooper Union


Box 39 Crommelin, Robert


Box 39 Cruger, Henry


Box 39 Cruger, John


Box 39 Cultural Life of New York City 1864-1889


Box 39 Cruger, John Harris


Box 39 Curricular Reform 1820s: Ticknor; Aucherst


Box 39 Curriculum 1794


Box 39 Custis, Jack


Box 39 Cuylers


Box 39 Dana, H.W.L.


Box 39 Deans and the Central Administration


Box 39 Dean of the Graduate Faculties


Box 39 Dean Reactions to the War Experience: Reports of 1919


Box 39 Delancey, James



Box 40 Delancey, James Jr.


Box 40 Delancey, Oliver


Box 40 Dental School: Integration with medical faculty


Box 40 Dental School: to 1945


Box 40 De Peyster, Abraham


Box 40 Discipline: 1864-1889


Box 40 Drisler Administration


Box 40 Drisler Administration Departments


Box 40 Duer's Administration I (1830-1831)


Box 40 Duer's Administration II (1832-1835)


Box 40 Duer's Administration III (1836-1842)


Box 40 Duer's Administration Finances


Box 40 Dutch School New York City


Box 40 East Field Acquisition


Box 40 Economic & Political Conditions 1762-1763


Box 40 Educational Plans of 1784 December


Box 40 Education Reform-Clash of Faculty & Trustees 1809


Box 40 Education Reforms 1801-1811


Box 40 18th Century College Curriculum


Box 40 1837 Semi-Centennial Celebration


Box 40 Eisenhower Administration


Box 40 Election of Duer


Box 40 Election of Harris: 1811


Box 40 Elocution: 1784-1830


Box 40 Elocution: 1830-1857


Box 40 Elocution: 1858-1864


Box 40 Elocution: 1864-1889


Box 40 English Language & Literature: 1881


Box 40 English Schools-N.Y. Early 18th Century


Box 40 Enlightenment and the Great Awakening


Box 40 Establishment of Law School: 1858


Box 40 European Influences on American Higher Education (Cowley)


Box 40 Expansion of American Education: 1855-1881 (Thursfield, Henry Barnard)


Box 40 Extension Teaching: 1921


Box 40 Fackenthal Interregnum


Box 40 Faculty; By-laws; Commencement


Box 40 Faculty of Fine Arts 1905-1913


Box 40 Faculty; Increase in Powers 1885


Box 40 Faculty of Philosophy


Box 40 Faculty of Philosophy 1902


Box 40 Faculty of Political Science 1890


Box 40 Faculty of Political Science 1902


Box 40 Faculty of Pure Science 1902


Box 40 Faculty Rank, Salaries, Leaves, Etc. 1864-1889


Box 40 Faculty Rank, Salaries, Leaves, Etc. 1890-1901


Box 40 Faculty Salary, Schedule, Rank, Leaves, Pensions


Box 40 Faculty of Science 1896


Box 40 Faculty of Science 1902


Box 40 Finances: 1801-1811


Box 40 Finances: 1864-1889


Box 40 Finances: 1887 October-1889


Box 40 Finances: 1890-


Box 40 Finances: King Administration 1849-1864


Box 40 Finances: Petitions to Legislature 1811-1816


Box 40 Finances: Petitions to Legislature 1816-1829


Box 40 First Proposals for a College in New York


Box 40 49th Street Building 1857


Box 40 Franklin's Ideas on Education


Box 40 Fish Papers 1880 May 20


Box 40 French Church


Box 40 Getting Started Under Request, 1784 May-November


Box 40 Gibbs Affair 1854-1855


Box 40 Giles, Samuel


Box 40 Government & Liberty


Box 40 Grammar School: Early Proposals 1813-1828; School 1828-1850


Box 40 Grammar School: Last Years 1850-1864


Box 40 Great Awakening and Education



Box 41 Harpur, Robert


Box 41 Haynes, Joseph


Box 41 High Tide of Romanticism


Box 41 Higher Education in U.S.: 1830-1850


Box 41 History Scholarship: 1876-1901


Box 41 History, Philosophy and Belles-Lettres


Box 41 Holland, Edward


Box 41 Horsmanden, Daniel


Box 41 Houseal, Benard


Box 41 Inglis, Charles


Box 41 Institutes


Box 41 Institute of Public Administration


Box 41 Institute for Urban Land Use: 1947


Box 41 Intellectual Currents - Early 19th Century


Box 41 Johnson, John Jay


Box 41 Johnson, Samuel


Box 41 Johnson, Saul-Stratford


Box 41 Johnson, S., Dr.


Box 41 Johnson, Samuel


Box 41 Johnson, William Samuel


Box 41 Johnson Educator Prior to 1754


Box 41 Johnson up to 1770s


Box 41 Johnson, Samuel: Berkeley and Yale


Box 41 Joint Committee on Instruction


Box 41 Jones, History of New York


Box 41 Jones, Thomas


Box 41 Kempe, John Tabor


Box 41 Kempe, William


Box 41 Kempe, William


Box 41 Kennedy, Archibald


Box 41 Kent's Second Professorship of Law: 1823-1826


Box 41 King Administration I 1849-1853


Box 41 King Administration II 1854-1857 May


Box 41 King Administration III 1857-1864 May


Box 41 K.C. as Compared to Other Colleges: Costs, Enrollment, Reasons for Choice


Box 41 King, Charles Benefactions; Sources of Support


Box 41 King, Charles Character


Box 41 King, Charles Curriculum


Box 41 King, Charles Description by Outsiders


Box 41 King, Charles During Revolution


Box 41 King, Charles Election and Inauguration: 1849


Box 41 King, Charles Elocution


Box 41 King, Charles Faculty


Box 41 King, Charles Finances


Box 41 King, Charles Founding


Box 41 King, Charles Governors


Box 41 King, Charles Grammar School


Box 41 King's College Art Collection


Box 41 King's College Building: 1755-1776


Box 41 King's College Library



Box 42 King's College Literary and Debating Society


Box 42 King's College Locality


Box 42 King's College Lotteries 1746-1755


Box 42 Lands at Lake George, Ticonderoga, etc. 1802


Box 42 Law Grants


Box 42 Law Professorship 1793-1798; James Kent


Box 42 Law School 1890


Box 42 Law School 1902


Box 42 Library 1811-1829


Box 42 Library 1830-1842


Box 42 Library 1842-1849


Box 42 Library 1864-1889


Box 42 Library 1901


Box 42 Lieber, Francis


Box 42 Lispenard, Leonard


Box 42 Literary and Scientific Course 1830-1843


Box 42 Literary Societies 1784-1795


Box 42 Literary Societies 1802-1829


Box 42 Literary Societies and Fraternities 1830-1849


Box 42 Literary Societies and Fraternities 1849-1864


Box 42 Livingston, James


Box 42 Livingston, John


Box 42 Livingston, John Henry


Box 42 Livingston, William


Box 42 Lodge, Abraham


Box 42 Low Administration Department


Box 42 Low Election


Box 42 Low and Melvil Dewey


Box 42 Ludlow, Gabriel


Box 42 Lottery


Box 42 M.A. Degree 1878


Box 42 MacDowell Resignation 1904


Box 42 Mathematics; Astronomy; Natural Philosophy: 1830-1842


Box 42 Mathematics: Astronomy; Natural Philosophy: 1842-1849


Box 42 Mathematics; Astronomy; Natural Philosophy: 1849-1864


Box 42 Mathematics and Natural Philosophy: 1816-1829 Adrian Anderson Renwick


Box 42 Matthews, David


Box 42 Maunsell, John


Box 42 Medical School Rappeleye


Box 42 Medical School Reorganization of, Spring of 1782


Box 42 Merchants in Politics 1750s and 1760s


Box 42 Military Background: 1753 Summer-1756 Spring


Box 42 Modern Languages: Barnard Administration 1864-1889


Box 42 Moore's Land Grant to King's College


Box 42 Moore, Lambert


Box 42 Moore, N.F. Administration I 1842-1843


Box 42 Moore, N.F. Administration II 1844-1849


Box 42 Moore, N.F. Finances


Box 42 Morris, Richard


Box 42 Morris, Roger


Box 42 Move to Abolish School of Arts: 1888-1889


Box 42 Moutressor, John


Box 42 Murray, Joseph



Box 43 Natural Sciences Mid-18th Century


Box 43 Natural Sciences in Columbia College 1897


Box 43 New Construction; Repairs Grounds: 1812-1829


Box 43 New York Around 1746


Box 43 New York Chamber of Commerce


Box 43 New York Commerce


Box 43 New York Corporate Organization


Box 43 New York Countries


Box 43 New York Courts: 1753-1754


Box 43 New York Cultural and Intellectual Life: 1740-1755


Box 43 New York in 1811


Box 43 New York in 1816


Box 43 New York 18th Century Proprietaries


Box 43 New York 18th Century School


Box 43 New York Lottery Laws: 1746-1755


Box 43 New York Mid-18th Century Business Conditions


Box 43 New York Mid-18th Century Commerce


Box 43 New York Mid-18th Century Dutch Reformed Church


Box 43 New York Mid-18th Century Lawyers and Landed Families


Box 43 New York Mid-18th Century Markets


Box 43 New York Mid-18th Century Newspapers


Box 43 New York Mid-18th Century Shipping


Box 43 New York Mid-18th Century Toleration


Box 43 New York the Political Scene: 1788-1790


Box 43 New York Politics: 1720-1740


Box 43 New York Politics: 1740-1750s


Box 43 New York Politics: 1750s


Box 43 New York Politics: 1768-1770


Box 43 New York Politics: 1775-1776


Box 43 New York State Politics: 1818-1830


Box 43 New York Politics: 18th Century Background


Box 43 New York Politics: 18th Century Independence


Box 43 New York Politics: Stamp Act Period


Box 43 New York Population: 1770s


Box 43 Rise of New York as Commerce and City Centers: 1820-1830


Box 43 New York: 1750-1770


Box 43 New York: 1700s Albany


Box 43 New York: 1750s Commerce


Box 43 New York: 1750s Labor


Box 43 New York: 1750s Landed Estates


Box 43 New York: 1750s Manufacture


Box 43 New York Social Classic: 1740s-1750s


Box 43 New York Strategic Center of Defense vs. French Late 17th-18th Century


Box 43 New York Supreme Court: 1760s


Box 43 New York Town Life


Box 43 New York University Founding and Impact on Columbia: 1832


Box 43 New York City Baptists


Box 43 New York City beginning of 18th Century


Box 43 New York City College and Trinity at End of the Revolution: 1783-1784


Box 43 New York City Culture: 1750s and 1760s


Box 43 New York City de Crevecoeur Descriptions: 1772


Box 43 New York City 1800 Appearance


Box 43 New York City 1830


Box 43 New York City 1840s


Box 43 New York City 1850s


Box 43 New York City Government: 1740s-1750s


Box 43 New York City and Other Northern Cities: 1740s-1760


Box 43 Nicoll, Benjamin


Box 43 Non-Athletic Student Activities: 1897



Box 44 Office of Provost: Carpenter 1912


Box 44 Ogilvie, John: 1770-1774


Box 44 150th Anniversary: 1904


Box 44 Oriental Languages: 1864-1889


Box 44 Organization by Divisions: 1903-1946


Box 44 Organizing College under W.S. Johnson: 1787 November-1788 April


Box 44 Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law


Box 44 Parson


Box 44 Peck, Harry


Box 44 Period of "Let-Down" Mid-30s


Box 44 Pharmacy


Box 44 Philipse, Frederick


Box 44 Philosophy, Ethics and Psychology: 1881


Box 44 Physicians and Surgeons, Faculty of 1800-1805


Box 44 Physicians and Surgeons, Faculty of 1806-1813


Box 44 Physicians and Surgeons: 1860-1891


Box 44 Physicians and Surgeons: 1891-1901


Box 44 Physicians and Surgeons: 1902-1919


Box 44 Physicians and Surgeons: Affiliation in Columbia 1858-1860


Box 44 Physicians and Surgeons: Darrach Administration


Box 44 Physicians and Surgeons: Relations with Presbyterian Hospital


Box 44 Pine


Box 44 Pine, John B.: King's College now Columbia University


Box 44 Plan to Educate Indians in King's College 1756-1771


Box 44 Plans for Removal to a New site: 1864-1889


Box 44 Political Science


Box 44 Political Tension


Box 44 Pop


Box 44 Pratt, Benjamin


Box 44 Preparations by Request to obtain new charter 1787


Box 44 Presbyterian Church 18th Century


Box 44 Pressures on Park Place Site: 1850-1853


Box 44 Prize Fellowships, etc. 1864-1889


Box 44 Problems of Advanced Instruction


Box 44 Professional Option Programs


Box 44 Proposals to Ally, or Incorporate, other Institutions with Columbia


Box 44 Proposals for College; charter controversy


Box 44 Proposals for Founding a College in New York


Box 44 Proposals to Revise Curriculum: 1853-1858


Box 44 Proposals to Revive Law, Medicine and Theology: 1826


Box 44 Provisions for Doctoral Degrees: 1875-1889


Box 44 Provoost, John


Box 44 Public Lectures: 1864-1889


Box 44 Public Lectures:.1883-1913


Box 44 Public School Support in New York City 1820s-1830s


Box 44 Pure Sciences: 1864-1889


Box 44 Queen's Prerogahue


Box 44 Randolph, John at Columbia 1788 May-1790 Summer


Box 44 Reade, Joseph


Box 44 Relations with Civic and Scientific Societies: 1857-1864


Box 44 Relations of College with Episcopal Church: 1849-1864


Box 44 Relations of Columbia and Episcopal Church: 1864-1914


Box 44 Relations with Episcopal Church: 1830-1849


Box 44 Relations with other Educational and Scientific Bodies


Box 44 Relations with Scientific and Educational Institutions: I864-I889


Box 44 Relations with other Educational and Scientific Organizations: 1890-1901


Box 44 Religion in 18th Century


Box 44 Religious Conditions in New York: l664-18th Century


Box 44 Removal to 49th Street: 1857 May


Box 44 Reflector


Box 44 Richard, Paul


Box 44 Rives


Box 44 Robinson, Beverley



Box 45 Schermerhorn


Box 45 School of Architecture: 1881-1901


Box 45 School of Architecture: 1902


Box 45 School of Business


Box 45 School of Engineering: 1896


Box 45 School of Journalism


Box 45 School of Law: 1858-1889


Box 45 School of Library Economy-Melvil Dewey


Box 45 School of Library Service


Box 45 School of Mines: 1890


Box 45 School of Mines: 1864-1888 (then see "Drisler Administration")


Box 45 School of Political Science


Box 45 School of Political Science: 1880-1889


Box 45 School of Political Science: Founding-1880


Box 45 School of Social Work


Box 45 Schools and Colleges: 1830s


Box 45 Science in America 1800-1850


Box 45 Scott, John Morin


Box 45 Search for First-Rate Faculty


Box 45 Seth Low Junior College


Box 45 Silver Bowl showing the Original Trinity schoolhouse


Box 45 Smith, Rev. Dr. William


Box 45 Smith, William, Senior


Box 45 Smith, William, Jr.


Box 45 Society (The)


Box 45 Spanish War


Box 45 Special Ceremonies


Box 45 Spectator


Box 45 Spencer, Darwin and Columbia


Box 45 Spingarn Dismissal: 1910-1911


Box 45 St. Stephen's College


Box 45 Stamp Act


Box 45 State of College: 1787 November


Box 45 State of College: 1830s-1840s


Box 45 Statutes of 1821


Box 45 Statutes of 1905


Box 45 Statutes of 1763


Box 45 Statutes of 1755


Box 45 Student 1897


Box 45 Student Aid: Scholarships, Fellowships, Prize Lectureships


Box 45 Students: Discipline and Awards: 1811-1829


Box 45 Students: Discipline, Fines and Gowns


Box 45 Students: Discipline, Personalities, etc. 1830-1849


Box 45 Students: Impression 1818-1831 - Stevens, Fish, Ward


Box 45 Students Life, Discipline, Lodging


Box 45 Students Life, Sports, Discipline, Personalities 1849-1864


Box 45 Students Publications 1864-1889


Box 45 Students Reminiscences under Low: 1890-1897


Box 45 Teachers College 1889-1898


Box 45 Teachers College 1898


Box 45 Tuition, Reduced Tuition, Prizes 1864-1889


Box 45 University Alumni Activity: 1890


Box 45 University Council 1902


Box 45 University Council Proposed 1889, Organized 1890 May


Box 45 University Course 1858-1861


Box 45 University and the Depression


Box 45 University Extension 1921


Box 45 University as a Federation: 1898


Box 45 University Objectives: Mass vs. Quality; Early 20th Century


Box 45 University Purchases of Dwelling Houses on Height


Box 45 University and World War I


Box 45 Upper Estate: After 1857


Box 45 Upper Estate: 20th Century Including Radio City Lease of 1928


Box 45 Vardill, John


Box 45 Vermout Lands after Rev. 1786


Box 45 Ver Planck, Philip


Box 45 Verplanck, Samuel


Box 45 William Livingston


Box 45 Water Lots 1770


Box 45 Watts, Jolen


Box 45 Watts, Robert


Box 45 Walton, Jacob


Box 45 Walton, William


Box 45 White, Henry


Box 45 Woodberry Resignation 1904



Box 46 Other Universities Card Files


Box 46 Bibliographical Card Files

Series VII: Printed Materials



Box 47 Printed Materials

(Writings by Miner and some of his books, including a volume of Eisenhower speeches and a Contemporary Civilization textbook.)