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Collection Statement Academic files and correspondence of Barbara J. Steinson, DePauw University History department.
Collection Statement Contains student-sumitted papers from a 1982 history class.
Collection Statement Collection consists of student papers from History 105C American Experience: The Environment, Sem I 1992-93 taught by Dr. Daniel Mandell, a visiting professor.
Collection Statement The collection is arranged chronologically. Within each year the papers are organized alphabetically.
Collection Statement Collection consists of the class syllabus, bibliographies, and the final project papers for History 300Q/371Q Family and Community in America." The final project was to investigate some aspect of family or community in Greencastle or Putnam County during the 19th or early 20th centuries.
Collection Statement This collection consists of History Seminar papers (1978) and records of items dealt with by History Department, including comprehensive evaluation, correspondence, graduate studies, study abroad certification, and syllabi. There are advanced placement records, Beveridge Fellowship Awards, History Chair nominations, Departmental announcements, minutes, and a number of addresses. Another portion of the collection includes papers written by advanced students.
Collection Statement Honors Theses submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Honors Degree of Bachelor of Arts (History)
Collection Statement Papers written for a history seminar at DePauw in 1929 on the history of Greencastle including the topics of business, church, government, industry, labor, utilities and school.
Collection Statement Collection contains both teaching files and professional files of John T. Schlotterbeck, professor of history at DePauw University from 1978 to 2016.