George Perrigo Conger papers, 1903-1960.

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Conger, George Perrigo, 1884-1960. George Perrigo Conger papers, 1903-1960.

George Perrigo Conger papers, 1903-1960.

Documentation from George Conger's student days at Cornell (1903-1907); Union Theological Seminary; Columbia University; Paris, France; and Berlin, Jena, and Marburg, Germany includes scrapbooks; letters from George L. Burr, Lane Cooper, Charles Ezra Cornell, Mary E. Cornell, Ralph Catterall, Charles E. Courtney, James Crafts, Edward E. Hale, Jane L. Hardy, W. T. Hewett, Nathaniel Schmidt, Albert W. Smith, Goldwin Smith, Charles M. Tyler, Glenn Warner, Andrew D. White, and Burt G. Wilder, primarily concerning Conger's editorship of the Cornell ERA; and notes from courses given by Karl F. Budde, Wing-Tsit Chan, Henri J. Delacroix, Emile Durkheim, Adolph von Harnack, Adolph Jüliche, George W. Knox, Gerhard Lehman, Eugene W. Lyman, Gaston S. Milhaud, William P. Montague, Edward B. Titchener, and Ernest Troeltsch. Professional papers include notes and outlines for philosophy and theology courses that he taught at the University of Minnesota (1920-1952) and Ohio Wesleyan (1952-1958); unpublished essays and notes, outlines, rough drafts, and galley proofs of THEORIES OF MACROCOSMS AND MICROCOSMS IN THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY, TOWARDS A UNIFICATION OF THE FAITHS, IDEOLOGIES OF RELIGION, A COURSE IN PHILOSOPHY, HORIZONS OF THOUGHT, WORLD OF EPITOMIZATIONS, and NEW VIEWS OF EVOLUTION; sermons, reviews, articles, and contributions to collective works; advertisements for philosophical publications in many countries; And a letter from Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and a photograph taken with him during Conger's visit to India in the 1930's.

52.3 cubic ft.

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