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Charles Dewey Tenney Papers

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Adminstrative Information

Detailed Description

Subject Files

Biographical

Teaching

Writings

The Centennial Period

Correspondence


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Collection Overview

Title: Charles Dewey Tenney Papers, 1906-1993Add to your cart.

Predominant Dates:1923-1973

ID: 3/RG 4/FP 17-19-F12

Primary Creator: Tenney, Charles D. (Charles Dewey) (1906-1983)

Extent: 29.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Arranged into 6 series: (1) Subject Files; (2) Biographical; (3) Teaching; (4) Writings; (5) The Centennial Period; (6) Correspondence.

Date Acquired: 09/01/1990. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Education - Philosophy, Foundation for Philosophy of Creativity, Philosophy - Study and teaching, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale - Administration, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale - Faculty, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. School of Journalism, Whitehead, Alfred North, 1861-1947

Languages: English, Russian

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Charles Dewey Tenney Papers consist of correspondence to and from Dr. Tenney, biographical information and personal photographs and art collections, materials relating to his teaching career and the organization of the department of philosophy including the Collected Works of John Dewey and The Library of Living Philosophers, documents concerning his administrative roles in the university, writings authored by Tenney as well as other scholars, and documents relating to the Centennial Period and the project Resources for Tomorrow.

Correspondence concerns both professional and personal matters; notable and frequent corresponders include Paul Schilpp, Burnett Shryock (first Dean of the School of Fine Arts, son of University President Henry William Shryock), William S. Minor (Director of the Foundation for the Philosophy of Creativity), and University President Roscoe Pulliam. Biographical materials include transcripts, appointment contracts and descriptions, and letters of recommendation. Teaching materials include student writings, exam questions and answers, as well as personnel files and other departmental documents; included in the same series are files concerning the Library of Living Philosophers, for which Tenney wrote one articles, as well as files concerning the Collected Works of John Dewey. Writings include materials by Tenney, both published and unpublished, as well as writings by others. The subject files span the length of Tenney’s administrative career, and deal primarily with university organization and matters concerning the Illinois Board of Higher Education. Materials concerning The Centennial Period cover event planning and publication stipulations, as well as Tenney’s directing of the Resources for Tomorrow, a project primarily focused on the writing, compiling, and editing of his manuscript, The Discovery of Discovery.

Collection Historical Note

Born September 19th, 1906, Charles Dewey Tenney came to Southern Illinois University Carbondale, then known as Southern Illinois Teachers College, in 1931. During the next 42 years, Tenney served his institution in an almost countless number of capacities, spanning from coach to professor to administrator. He was not only instrumental in the organization of the university as it expanded rapidly in the 1950s and 1960s, but was also a prolific writer, publishing works in English and philosophy. In 1969, he was named University Professor, becoming but the fourth person to garner the title; in 1979, he received the University's Distinguished Service Award. Tenney retired in 1973, and died in April of 1983 in Carbondale after suffering a stroke.

Tenney began his life in Helena, Montana; he moved to Idaho in 1923 to earn his undergraduate degree from Gooding College, where his father served as president. There he studied English and Philosophy, participated in the debate team, and met his wife, Maude. The research interests he cultivated there, mostly concerning aesthetics and creativity, followed him throughout the rest of his life; some of his writings from this time period were later featured in his work The Discovery of Discovery. After completing his undergraduate studies in 1927, Tenney gained his Master’s at University of Oregon in 1927; he continued his doctoral studies there, also spending a year at Harvard University so as to study under the great Alfred North Whitehead. By the time he completed his student career in 1931, Tenney was already a noted scholar, publishing materials in chemistry, philosophy, and English, specializing in the thought of George Meredith and Whitehead’s cosmology.

Tenney immediately began his teaching career as Professor of English at Southern Illinois in 1931. He soon began organizing philosophy courses, eventually developing the Philosophy Department and serving as the Acting Chairman for several years; he also served as Acting Head for the Art Department for a time, possibly helping out his close friend, Burnett Shryock (son of University President Henry Shryock). During this time, he also served as tennis coach, debate coach, and adviser for student publications.

In 1945, following the death of President Roscoe Pulliam, Tenney considered leaving his post for other openings in philosophy or administration, unsure of a future for himself at Southern. However, Tenney decided to stay, and became Administrative Assistant to the new president, Delyte Morris, in addition to teaching. In 1952, he was designated Vice-President for Instruction. During these administrative years, Tenney was heavily involved in university organization and planning.

After 25 years of administrative work, Tenney stepped down to begin his work as Project Director for Resources for Tomorrow, a division of the University’s Centennial Celebration proceedings and publications. This allowed him to work on the next aspect of his legacy, a mammoth manuscript on the processes of creativity and insight: The Discovery of Discovery, which was to be published as part of the Centennial Celebration. Part of this work involved the assistance of other scholars, collecting quotes elucidating discovery in virtually every branch of knowledge; these quote became interspersed throughout the series of essays authored by Tenney.

Throughout his life, Tenney was a prolific writer, composing many short stories, poems, speeches and articles, many of which were published. Most notable of these works is “Aesthetics in the Philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre,” which became part of Volume XVI of the Library of Living Philosophers. He also kept detailed journals of life events and musings on readings.

Unfortunately, Tenney’s failing health prevented the completion of his project before the end of the Centennial Period. However, Harold M. Kaplan, Ralph E. McCoy, and Lewis E. Hahn, all previously involved in the project, completed editing the manuscript, and published it in 1991. In the Editor’s Preface, they wrote: “This work is presented as a memorial to Charles D. Tenney, in recognition of his distinguish career as university administrator, scholar, teaching, and writer… He had the all too rare ability to present complex and abstract ideas with simple eloquence.” Such ‘simple eloquence’ can be found in his statement of University Objectives, emblazoned in stone within Morris Library’s Hall of Presidents and Chancellors.

Biographical Note

Born September 19th, 1906, Charles Dewey Tenney came to Southern Illinois University Carbondale, then known as Southern Illinois Teachers College, in 1931. During the next 42 years, Tenney served his institution in an almost countless number of capacities, spanning from coach to professor to administrator. He was not only instrumental in the organization of the university as it expanded rapidly in the 1950s and 1960s, but was also a prolific writer, publishing works in English and philosophy. In 1969, he was named University Professor, becoming but the fourth person to garner the title; in 1979, he received the University's Distinguished Service Award. Tenney retired in 1973, and died in April of 1983 in Carbondale after suffering a stroke.

Tenney began his life in Helena, Montana; he moved to Idaho in 1923 to earn his undergraduate degree from Gooding College, where his father served as president. There he studied English and Philosophy, participated in the debate team, and met his wife, Maude. The research interests he cultivated there, mostly concerning aesthetics and creativity, followed him throughout the rest of his life; some of his writings from this time period were later featured in his work The Discovery of Discovery. After completing his undergraduate studies in 1927, Tenney gained his Master’s at University of Oregon in 1927; he continued his doctoral studies there, also spending a year at Harvard University so as to study under the great Alfred North Whitehead. By the time he completed his student career in 1931, Tenney was already a noted scholar, publishing materials in chemistry, philosophy, and English, specializing in the thought of George Meredith and Whitehead’s cosmology.

Tenney immediately began his teaching career as Professor of English at Southern Illinois in 1931. He soon began organizing philosophy courses, eventually developing the Philosophy Department and serving as the Acting Chairman for several years; he also served as Acting Head for the Art Department for a time, possibly helping out his close friend, Burnett Shryock (son of University President Henry Shryock). During this time, he also served as tennis coach, debate coach, and adviser for student publications.

In 1945, following the death of President Roscoe Pulliam, Tenney considered leaving his post for other openings in philosophy or administration, unsure of a future for himself at Southern. However, Tenney decided to stay, and became Administrative Assistant to the new president, Delyte Morris, in addition to teaching. In 1952, he was designated Vice-President for Instruction. During these administrative years, Tenney was heavily involved in university organization and planning.

After 25 years of administrative work, Tenney stepped down to begin his work as Project Director for Resources for Tomorrow, a division of the University’s Centennial Celebration proceedings and publications. This allowed him to work on the next aspect of his legacy, a mammoth manuscript on the processes of creativity and insight: The Discovery of Discovery, which was to be published as part of the Centennial Celebration. Part of this work involved the assistance of other scholars, collecting quotes elucidating discovery in virtually every branch of knowledge; these quote became interspersed throughout the series of essays authored by Tenney.

Throughout his life, Tenney was a prolific writer, composing many short stories, poems, speeches and articles, many of which were published. Most notable of these works is “Aesthetics in the Philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre,” which became part of Volume XVI of the Library of Living Philosophers. He also kept detailed journals of life events and musings on readings.

Unfortunately, Tenney’s failing health prevented the completion of his project before the end of the Centennial Period. However, Harold M. Kaplan, Ralph E. McCoy, and Lewis E. Hahn, all previously involved in the project, completed editing the manuscript, and published it in 1991. In the Editor’s Preface, they wrote: “This work is presented as a memorial to Charles D. Tenney, in recognition of his distinguish career as university administrator, scholar, teaching, and writer… He had the all too rare ability to present complex and abstract ideas with simple eloquence.” Such ‘simple eloquence’ can be found in his statement of University Objectives, emblazoned in stone within Morris Library’s Hall of Presidents and Chancellors.

Subject/Index Terms

Education - Philosophy
Foundation for Philosophy of Creativity
Philosophy - Study and teaching
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale - Administration
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale - Faculty
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. School of Journalism
Whitehead, Alfred North, 1861-1947

Administrative Information

Repository: Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center

Accruals: 8 accessions added in Summer 2014: #1248 (7/1/1991, donated by Maude Tenney); #1481 (1/7/1992, donated by Ralph McCoy); #1671 (6/14/2000, no donor identified); #1703 (11/2/2000, donated by Maude Tenney); #1984 (3/10/2006, no donor identified); #1987 (no date or donor identified); #818 (2/24/2006, no donor identified); #1697 (10/29/2000, donated by William S. Minor)

Access Restrictions: Unrestricted access.

Use Restrictions: To quote in print, or otherwise reproduce in whole or in part in any publication, including on the World Wide Web, any material from this collection, the researcher must obtain permission from (1) the owner of the physical property and (2) the holder of the copyright. Persons wishing to quote from this collection should consult Special Collections Research Center to determine copyright holders for information in this collection. Reproduction of any item must contain the complete citation to the original.

Acquisition Source: Accession #1205

Preferred Citation: [Item], Charles Dewey Tenney Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

Processing Information: Processed by Elizabeth C. Hartman from April to June of 2014.


Box and Folder Listing


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[Series 1: Subject Files, 1927-1980],
[Series 2: Biographical, 1906-1993],
[Series 3: Teaching, 1930-1976],
[Series 4: Writings, 1921-1977],
[Series 5: The Centennial Period, 1967-1974],
[Series 6: Correspondence, 1930-1977],
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Series 5: The Centennial Period, 1967-1974Add to your cart.
Series 5 includes any documents related to the Centennial Period; committee materials, publication documents, etc. During this time, many publications were in process to mark the 100-year anniversary of the university: one of these was Tenney's The Discovery of Discovery. Also included in Sub-Series 2 are materials concerning the Centennial Period project Resources for Tomorrow, a division of the university focused on future studies and creating The Discovery of Discovery; Sub-Series 3 includes any research materials directly related to the book.
Sub-Series 1: Centennial Period preparations, 1968-1974Add to your cart.
Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Centennial Period preparations, 1968-1974Add to your cart.
Centennial Period Calendar Committee materials; Centennial Period Theme Committee materials; promotional materials
Folder 2: Centennial Publications Committee, 1968-1974Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Centennial Period publications - publishing contracts, 1971-1972Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Dial (Centennial Publication), 1967-1968Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Foundation for Creative Philosophy, circa 1969Add to your cart.
The Centennial Period saw the emergence of a relationship between the Foundation for Creative Philosophy and the SIU Foundation. The National Conference on Creative Interchange in Carbondale, a Foundation event, was approved as a Centennial Period Event. William S. Minor was the Director of the Foundation for Creative Philosophy at the time, and much of the correspondence here involves him. Please also see the series containing Writings By Others for some of Minor's writings.
Box 24Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Centennial Period Bookshelf planning, 1971-1974Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Centennial Period committees; minutes, correspondence, 1969-1974Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 2: Resources for TomorrowAdd to your cart.
Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Correspondence and publicity, 1971Add to your cart.
Press release concerning Resources for Tomorrow and related coursework; office concerns (moving, hiring); manuscript publication
Folder 7: Office memos and guidelines, 1971Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Staff, 1971-1972Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Budgetary concerns, 1971-1974Add to your cart.
Includes also the "Annual Report of the Treasurer" for the Southern Illinois University Foundation, 1973 March 31.
Folder 10: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 70-71 - Commodities, 1970-1971Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 70-71 - Contractual Services, 1970-1971Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 70-71 - Equipment, 1970-1971Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 70-71 - Operation of Automotive Equipment, 1970-1971Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 70-71 - Payroll, salaries, wages, 1970-1971Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 70-71 - Telecommunications, 1970-1971Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 70-71 - Travel, 1970-1971Add to your cart.
Folder 17: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 71-72 - Account decentralization and transfer, 1971-1972Add to your cart.
Folder 18: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 71-72 - Budget requests, 1971-1972Add to your cart.
Both internal (university budget cuts and hiring/spending freezes) and external (Illinois Board of Education)
Folder 19: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 71-72 - Commodities, 1971-1972Add to your cart.
Folder 20: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 71-72 and 72-73 - Budget reappraisal, 1971-1973Add to your cart.
Folder 21: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 72-73 - Ladonna Mitchell defense, 1973Add to your cart.
Folder 22: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 73-74 - Commodities, 1973-1974Add to your cart.
Folder 23: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 73-74 - Contractual Services, 1973-1974Add to your cart.
Folder 24: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 73-74 - Operation of Automotive Equipment, 1973-1974Add to your cart.
Folder 25: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 73-74 - Payroll, salaries, wages, 1973-1974Add to your cart.
Folder 26: Resources for Tomorrow - Fiscal Year 73-74 - Telecommunications, 1973-1974Add to your cart.
Folder 27: Resources for the Future, Inc., Washington, D.C., 1971-1973Add to your cart.
Resources for Tomorrow was originally names Resource for the Future.
Box 20Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Expenditure Codes and Policies, 1966-1971Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Resources for Tomorrow - Wages, Travel, Telecommunications, Salaries, Operation of Automotive Equipment, Equipment, Contractual Services, 1971-1972Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Resources for Tomorrow - Budget, 1972-1973Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Resources for Tomorrow - Commodities (1/2), 1972-1973Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Resources for Tomorrow - Commodities (2/2), 1972-1973Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Resources for Tomorrow - Operation of Automotive Eqipment, Equipment, Contractual Services, 1972-1973Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Resources for Tomorrow - Travel, Telecommunications, Salaries, 1972-1973Add to your cart.
Folder 17: Resources for Tomorrow - Wages (student workers), 1972-1973Add to your cart.
Box 24Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Personnel files, general, 1972-1973Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Personnel records, A-L, 1971-1973Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Personnel records, Ma-Me, 1971-1973Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Personnel records, Mi-W, 1971-1973Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 3: The Discovery of DiscoveryAdd to your cart.

Research materials, correspondence, and publication preparations.

In essence, Discovery of Discovery is an anthology of insight - meaning the majority of its pages are quotes concerning discovery and creativity. Hence, much of the research focuses heavily on the accumulation of quotes and appropriate themes, including the involvement of scholars in disciplines other than english and philosophy (Tenney's specialties) in order to round out the text.  Box 10 contains what is possibly the final manuscript, and boxes 19-20 have a manuscript in some stage of the editorial process, presumably before it was edited by Harold M. Kaplan and Lewis E. Hahn, circa 1986.

Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 28: Discovery of Discovery - synopsis and outlines, circa 1972Add to your cart.
Folder 29: Discovery of Discovery - publisher's agreement, 1970Add to your cart.
Folder 30: Discovery of Discovery - correspondence concerning editing, 1973Add to your cart.
Much of the correspondence involves either Harold Kaplan (physiology professor) or I. Clark Davis (Office of VP)
Box 9Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Amoros, J.L. (technology and science), circa 1971Add to your cart.
Includes course proposal for "Creativity in Science and Technology"; correspondence with Tenney; and themes for The Discovery of Discovery proposed by Amoros
Folder 2: Author file materialAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Benson, Doug. Synergetics Magazine, 1971Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Book lists and information, 1970sAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Course proposal - "Values, Systems, and Society", circa 1975Add to your cart.
Herman J. Haas
Folder 6: Cummens, John (Resources for Tomorrow researcher)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Future studies, 1970-1972Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Insight studies, 1970sAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Jacobson, Nolan Pliny. "Creativity in Buddhism", 1976Add to your cart.
Presented at the Society for the Philosophy of Creativity, Western Division, 1976 April 29
Folder 10: Kaiser Aluminum News, Vol. 25, No. 3: "You and Creativity", 1968Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Kaplan, Harold (physiology) - notes and edits of manuscript chapters, 1973Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Klingberg, Frank L. (history), 1969-1971Add to your cart.
"Historical periods, trends, and cycles in international relations"; "Human Dignity and Modern War'
Folder 13: Lee, Richard V. (medical), 1971Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Marshall, Herbert (Russian studies), 1971Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Minor, William S. "Philosophy of Creativity as an Experimental Model for Criticism and Reconstruction of Education", 1969Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Poetry selections and quotes, circa 1970Add to your cart.
Folder 17: Psychological tests, 1942-1959Add to your cart.
"Closure Test"; "Object Completion Test" (Aviation Psychological Program); "Gestalt Completion Test"; "Descriptive Adjective Inventory"; "Word Construction"; "Synonyms Test"; "Word Knowledge";
Folder 18: Quotes and notes, circa 1970Add to your cart.
Animals; mortification; lack of ancient texts concerning insight and discovery
Folder 19: Semantic research, circa 1971Add to your cart.
Folder 20: "Testing Creativity", 1970Add to your cart.
Educational psychology tests for creativity, furnished to Tenney by Jeff Lindsey and Thomas Turner.
Folder 21: Themes, circa 1971Add to your cart.
Folder 22: Themes research, circa 1971Add to your cart.
Folder 23: Papers on Wieman and Creativity, 1976Add to your cart.

Presented at a Bicentennial Conference Honoring Henry Nelson Wieman.

Axel, Larry E. "A new turn in religious inquiry: Henry Nelson Wieman, 'Creative Interchange,' and the 'Social Theologians'"

Bahm, Archie J. "Creative impersonality"

Carter, Robert Edgar. "The source of value in the religious philosophy of Henry Nelson Wieman"

Cobb, Larry. "The processes of creativity, freedom, and justice"

Davis, John W. "Scientific ethics"

Fitz, Erle W. "Wieman at Grinnell"

Gerber, William. "Liberalism and the philosophy of creative interchange"

Grover, Norman L. "Contracts, covenants and creative interchange"

Hahn, Lewis E. "Wieman's Empiricism"

Hanford, Jack Tyrus. "Henry Nelson Wieman's contribution of creative interchange to medical ethics"

Hartshorne, Charles. "Creative interchange and neoclassical metaphysics"

Henderson, Jim. "Wieman's contribution to aesthetics and literary criticism"

Hepler, Cedric Lambeth. "Creative naturalism and creative interchange"

Hesla, David. "Creative interchange and the uniersity"

Hirschbein, Ron. "Eros and Creative Interchange"

Howe, Charles A. "Creative interchange: a sermon in tribute to Henry Nelson Wieman"

Howie, John. "Wieman's 'Creative Event:' metaphysical inadequacies"

Kucheman, Clark A. "Creative interchange and moral obligation"

Kessler, Gary E. "Mysticism and creative interchange"

Lazarin, Michael. "Creative interchange and Socratic midwifery"

Mason, Leonard. "Living rightly with dark realities"

Meland, Bernard E. "Stages in the development of Henry Nelson Wieman's philosophy of religion relating to his concept of 'Creative Interchange'"

Miller, David Le.. "Buddhist Themes in Henry Nelson Wieman's view of creative interchange"

Miller, David Louis. "When Wieman came to Chicago"

Minella, Mary J. "The eschatological dimension of creative interchange"

Minor, William S. "Range and depth of creative interchange"

Moore, Willis. "Wieman's ten years in Carbondale"

Murray, Michael F. "Dimension of the whole person and the process for growth"

Palmgren, Charles L. "A quantum theory of the expanding valuing consciousness in the thought of Henry Nelson Wieman"

Peden, Creighton. "Creative interchange and social reconstruction"

Pflum, Patty. "Creative interchange and education"

Schneider, Herbert W. "The evolution of evolutionism"

Shaw, Marvin C. "Two phases in Wieman's thought"

Venable, Mary E. "Adventures in creative interchange"

Walter, Otis M. "Creative interchange and classical rhetoric"

Folder 24: Wills, Walter J. (agriculture), 1971Add to your cart.
Box 12Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Quotes, miscellaneousAdd to your cart.
Keywords: heredity; freedom; owls; Adam and Eve; execution; ignorance; adversity; change; snakes
Folder 2: Quotes, "Crime and punishment"Add to your cart.
Keywords: theft; avarice; murder; death; traitors; prison
Folder 3: Quotes, "Death"Add to your cart.
Keywords: funeral; prayer; death of the young; execution; death and courage; graveyard; cities in the sea (of death); immortality and annihilation
Folder 4: Quotes, "History"Add to your cart.
Keywords: historians; greatness; past and present; modernity, newness, administration, government; orators; kings; court; Lincoln; patronage (suit at court); Cromwell; Elizabeth; politicians, statesmen
Folder 5: Quotes, "Life"Add to your cart.
Keywords: children; animals; boys; carpe diem; youth; retirement; mirror; growing old; old age; youth and age; the descent
Folder 6: Quotes, "Literary forms"Add to your cart.
Keywords: poetry; bards; lyrics; poets; didatic; novel; hostility to and problems of the novel; epigram; actors; poets and critics; comedy and tragedy; epitaphs; letters; plays; romanticism
Folder 7: Quotes, "Magic and myth"Add to your cart.
Keywords: superstition; miracle; prodigy; marvel; wonder; witchcraft; faeries; fear; demons; daemons; ghosts; syrinx; Aphrodite; Paris; Artemis; gods and goddesses; sirens; Leida; Cadmus; Harmonia; Tithonis
Folder 8: Quotes, "Places"Add to your cart.
Keywords: London, Venice, San Francisco; Athens; England; Italy; New England; New York; California; prarie; country; villages; city
Folder 9: Quotes, ReligionAdd to your cart.
Keywords: Gods; anthropomorphism; the creation; Adam and Eve; commandments; Noah; the deluge (flood); King David; John the Baptist; Joseph; the Nativity; King Solomon; Christmas; disciples; Mary Magdalen; crucifixion and resurrection; end of the world; damnation; hell; peace; resisting and yielding; saint; prayer; pantheism; secular reliion; deism; neo-paganism; Sunday; atheism; humanism
Folder 10: Quotes, "Search"Add to your cart.
Keywords: travel; Columbus; Heart of Darkness; the Tempest
Folder 11: Quotes, "Society"Add to your cart.
Keywords: society; interdepdence; neighbors; manners; coutiers; aristocracy; lords; conformity; power; politics; party; patriotism; nationalities; freedom; the inidividual; slaves; the state; oppressed and oppresors; money; poets and patrons; borrowing; rich and poor; poverty
Folder 12: Quotes, "Writers"Add to your cart.
Keywords: speech; writers, Homer; Sidney; Chaucer; Sappho; Dryden; Milton; Vaughan; Marlowe; Bacon; the Muses; Samuel Johnson; Swift; Voltaire; Pope; Keats; Lamb; Landor; Coleridge; Wordsworth; Goethe; Blake; Emerson; Longfellow; Poe; Bishop; Yeats; Pound; Melville; Browning
Box 27Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Newsclippings concerning Southern Illinois University, 1930s, 1970s, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Travel brochures, 1950s, 1960sAdd to your cart.
Rome, Italy; Muckross House Killarney, Canterybury Cathedral; The Hermitage; Hever Castle and Gardens; Royal Tunbridge Wells; Boyne Valley
Folder 3: The Universal and International Exhibition of 1967Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Playbills, various datesAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Book orders and library lists, various datesAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Education; newsclippings, publications, 1940s, 1950s, 1960sAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Communism, correspondence, publications, 1949, 1951Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Word Study, 1940s, 1950sAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Creativity; newsclippings, publications, 1950s, 1960sAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Miscellaneous clippingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Christopher Columbus, notesAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: Systems theory, 1970sAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: Clippings; art, politics, science, education, various datesAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: Newspapers; local, politics, various datesAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Educational videotape, Southern Poverty Law CenterAdd to your cart.
Box 23Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Posthumous publication and reception, 1991Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Proposed publication stipulations, 1971-1974Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Ch. 15 edits, Kaplan and HahnAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Notes, invention and creationAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Notes, observations, reasoning, imagination, figures and formsAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Notes, artistry, methodology, implements, environsAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: Notes, exemplarsAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: Notes, aberrations, destructiveness, art, thought, natureAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: Notes, the past, diffusion, the futureAdd to your cart.
Folder 15: Draft introductions, invention/creation, roots of discovery, environs, actions/agentsAdd to your cart.
Folder 16: Draft materials, observation, reverieAdd to your cart.
Folder 17: Draft materialsAdd to your cart.
Folder 18: Draft statements and notesAdd to your cart.
Folder 19: Notes/draftsAdd to your cart.
Folder 20: Edits and comments, Kaplan, 1972 JulyAdd to your cart.
Folder 21: Copy requests, 1973-1974Add to your cart.
Box 10Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Discovery of Discovery manuscript (1/2), 1990Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Discovery of Discovery manuscript (2/2), 1990Add to your cart.
Box 18Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 1, uneditedAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 2, uneditedAdd to your cart.
This chapter does include some notations.
Folder 3: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 3, uneditedAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 4, uneditedAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 5, uneditedAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 6, uneditedAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 9, uneditedAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 10, uneditedAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 11, uneditedAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 12, uneditedAdd to your cart.
Box 19Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 1, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 2, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 3, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 4, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 5, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 6, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 7, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 8, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 9, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 10, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 11, editedAdd to your cart.
Box 20Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 12, part 1/2, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 12, part 2/2, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 13, editedAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Discovery of Discovery manuscript, Chapter 14, editedAdd to your cart.

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