Arthur Ernest Morgan papers concerning Edward Bellamy


Arthur Ernest Morgan papers concerning Edward Bellamy


Papers, mainly correspondence, about American civil engineer, educator, and author Arthur Ernest Morgan's research on the life and thought of Edward Bellamy.

6 boxes (3 linear ft.)

eng, Latn


SNAC Resource ID: 6384067

Houghton Library

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In academic circles, John R. Commons is most remembered for his histories of the labor movement and as founder of what is commonly called the "Wisconsin School" of labor history. As an economist and student of government he was responsible for the design of reforms during the Progressive era and after, which drastically changed the role of government and paved the way for the New Deal. From the description of John Rogers Commons papers, 1859-1967, bulk 1887-1945. [microform]. (Unknow...

Charvat, William, 1905- (person)

Hamburger, Clare (Schindler) (person)

Clark, Abbott B (person)

Wang, Chi-chen, 1889- (person)

Ryan, Charles James (person)

McLevy, Jasper, 1878-1962 (person)

Solon DeLeon (person)

Cyrus Field Williard. (person)

Reeve, Sidney A. (Sidney Armor), 1866-1941 (person)

Edward Bellamy. (person)

Silliman, J Maude (person)

Massee, William Wellington (person)

Hale, Milford W (person)

MacNair, Everett W. (person)

Stanford university (corporateBody)

Stanford entered into a research project with the National Iranian Radio and Television agency in 1974 to study and recommend a satellite-based communication system for Iran and how to utilize it for Iran's educational radio and television. From the description of Stanford NIRT project records, 1974-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122510722 The Leland Stanford Junior University was established in 1885 in memory of Leland Stanford Jr., the only child of Senator and Mrs. ...

Paul Bellamy (person)

Betsy Bel (person)

Hale, Irene (Baumgras) (person)

National Bellamy association (corporateBody)

Dombrowski, James, 1897- . (person)

Emma (Sanderson) (person)

Widows' society, Boston. (corporateBody)

Yale university. Divinity school (corporateBody)

For more than a century, theological instruction was conducted by Yale's president or by the Professor of Divinity, a position established by Thomas Clap in 1746. During these years, however, Yale did not have a formally established Divinity School. The college began to feel the lack of a separately established department in the beginning of the nineteenth century as more New England colleges--such as Williams, Middlebury, Union, and Hamilton--began to draw students to their seminar...

Page, Arthur W. (Arthur Wilson), 1883-1960 (person)

Business consultant; editor. From the description of Reminiscences of Arthur Wilson Page : oral history, 1956. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309742563 ...

M. E. Hardie) Lansburgh (person)

Helbert, A. H. Heyer, Mrs. (person)

A. H. Morris (person)

Helen G. H. Estelle (person)

C. H. Danielson (person)