Charles Horton Cooley papers 1872-1930

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Charles Horton Cooley papers, 1872-1930

Charles Horton Cooley papers 1872-1930

Professor of sociology at University of Michigan. Papers contain correspondence, including letters, 1881-1884, written to his family while traveling in Europe, and correspondence with his parents, Mary E. and Thomas M. Cooley, and his wife, Elsie Jones Cooley; addresses, notes, essays, book reviews, notes and material for sociology courses; student notebook, 1893-1894, on lectures given by John Dewey; diary of a trip through the Smokey Mountains in 1883; and journals detailing his personal thoughts and tracing the evolution of his ideas on sociology and democracy; and photographs.

7 linear feet (in 9 boxes), 1 oversize folder, and 2 framed portraits

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