Contents

Series III. Speeches and writings

A. Chronological file

Box Folder  
11 1 "Chinamen in Yankeedom: Anti-Unionism in Massachusetts in 1880" (essay), October 1947 American Historical Review
11 2 [Lecture/address to Williams College Gargoyle Society]
11 3 "The American Liberty League, 1934-1940" (essay), October 1950 American Historical Review
11 3a Faculty lecture, "Nature: from the sublime to the muscular", Feb. 16, 1956. [added Nov. 2007]
11 4 "The Changing Character of Our First National Holiday, 1776-1956" (address), 4 July 1956 Wyoming, PA
11 5 [Address to the Williams College Alumni on the Williams 'of the future'], 23 May 1956 Springfield, MA
11 6 "Self-Education and Self Knowledge" (address), 3 November 1956, Freshman Parents' Day (printed in Williams Alumni Review February 1957)
11 7 [Cum laude remarks at Deerfield Academy on 'thoughts and learning'], 21 May 1957
11 8 [Address to Johns Hopkins: Proposals for a History of Higher Education in the United States], 4 November 1957
11 9 "The First College Baseball Game" (essay/article), May 1959, Holiday Magazine
11 10 "Straddling the Log: Mark Hopkins and Slavery" (essay), Spring 1959, The New England Social Studies Bulletin
11 11 [Address to Williams College Alumni in Providence, RI], 12 May 1960
11 12 "Who Paid the Bills?" (essay), Spring 1961, Harvard Educational Review
11 13 Address for Harvard Career Conference, "The Academic Profession," 14 November 1961
11 14 [Reviews of Rudolph's The American College and University] 1962
11 15 "What's Become of the Campus Hero?" (essay/article), 9 October 1962 Mademoiselle Magazine
11 16 "Student Aid for Higher Education—Myths and Realities" (address), 13 May 1962, College Scholarship Services First Colloquium on Financial Aid, French Lick, Indiana
11 17 "1963 White House Library: American College and University"
11 18 [Address at Trenton State College: Curriculum], 16 March 1963
11 19 [Address to Williams College West Coast Alumni: "A Different Williams"], 23 April 1963
11 20 [Address at Central Washington State University (Ellensburg)—Symposium on American Values and the College], 24 April 1963
11 21 "What Does College Expect?" (article with Jean Louise Williams), March 1963, The Wyoming Seminary Opinator
11 22 "On the Education of Women" (essay/article), Winter 1964, Rosemary Hall Newsletter
11 23 "Historical Perspective of the Problems of Higher Education" (address), 3 March 1964 UCLA

12 1 [Address to George Washington University's American Civilization Course on 'What is an American College'], March 1964
12 2 [Address to Johns Hopkins graduate seminar in education], 15 April 1964
12 3 [Thomas G. Rutledge Memorial Lecture at St. Louis Country Day School], 22 April 1964
12 4 [Address/lecture at International Fulbright-Hays American Studies Seminar, Wayne State University, Detroit], 23 April 1964
12 5 [Address to D.C. business teachers] 14 May 1964
12 6 "How Far Ahead of You Are Your Students" (address), 28 July 1964, 18th Institute of Higher Education, Nashville
12 7 "Major Changes in American Society in the Twentieth Century" (address), 16 November 1964, Marlboro College (VT)
12 8 [Address on Changing nature of American Society for the WCJA], 9 May 1965
12 9 "Neglect of Students as a Historical Tradition" (paper), 25 May 1965, American Council on Education
12 10 "Changing Patterns of Authority and Influence" (address), 12 July 1965, Berkley Institute
12 11 "University Purposes, Perspectives and Prospects" (address), 24 September 1965, Ball State, Muncie, IN
12 12 [Remarks re: Macdonald's "The Topmost Layer"; Canadian Association for American Studies meeting, Toronto], 5-6 November 1965
12 13 [Talk at Chicago Williams College Alumni Association Christmas Luncheon], 21 December 1965
12 14 [Address given at the Mount Hermon School on history and society], 1965-1966
12 15 [Reviews of Rudolph's "Essays on Education in the Early Republic"], 1966
12 16 "An Unauthorized Invitation" (address), 26 March 1966, NACURH Conference, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
12 17 "Toward an Ecology of Learning" (address), 10 April 1967, NASPA Conference, Cincinnati
12 18 "Student Power: Then and Now" (Founder's Day/Class and Charter Day address, Hamilton College), 15 May 1968, Clinton, NY
12 19 [Letter to the (New York Times) Editor re: Woodstock editorial], 25 August 1969
12 20 "Myth, History, and the Public School" (essay), 1970
12 21 "The Organized Alumnus" (remarks/address) 10 June 1972, Williamstown
13 1 [Convocation panel on "The Mission and Viability of Higher Education"], 13 September 1974, Jesup Hall
13 2 "What's New in Education at Williams" 24 October 1974, Williams Today Program
13 3 "Love Affairs" (remarks made at Williams College Convocation panel on "The Book"), 13 September 1975, Williamstown
13 4 "The American College Student" (address, NASPA Conference), 29 March 1976, Dallas
13 5 "Undergraduate Life in Revolutionary America" 22 April (Hartford) and 1 May (Kingston, PA) 1976
13 6 "Cornell: The First American University" (Excerpt from Curriculum) 1977, Cornell Alumni News
13 7 "The American College and Educational Purpose" (address), 22 February 1977, Williams College Colloquium
13 8 [A Minute…H. Richard Archer], 15 March 1978
13 9 "A Williams Education and Doing Good" (address), 10 April 1978, Williamstown (?)
13 10 "History of the Endurance and Durability of Liberal Arts Colleges and Their Graduates" [originally in folder "A Williams Education and Doing Good"], ~1978
13 11 [Reviews of Rudolph's book Curriculum], 1978
13 12 "The Harvard Curricular Reforms" (article), 22 July 1978, The Berkshire Eagle
13 13 [Remarks at a Round Table on General Education and the Core Curriculum, The College Board, New York City], 29 October 1978
13 14 [Remarks on Riles paper at CSAE Conference, USC], 17 November 1978 [photographs removed and filed in photo boxes]
13 15 ["On Eve of Retirement" talk for Williams College Alumni Association of Boston], 15 February 1979
13 16 [Burlington, VT, address on curriculum reform], 27 April 1979
13 17 "Some Thoughts on Public Higher Education in Massachusetts" (article), October 1979, The Mind's Eye (North Adams State College)
13 18 [Talk at Hampshire College (on its place in education)], 3 October 1979
13 19 "Dirty Words: Leadership and Liberal Learning" (talk/address), 8 November 1979, Colorado College
13 20 [Association of American Colleges Book Award for Curriculum], 1980
13 21 "The New Curricular Equation" (article), May-June 1980 Change Magazine
13 22 "Schooling in Colonial America" (talk), 18 September 1980, Boston
14 1 "Quality in Higher Education" (talk), 8 October 1980, San Francisco (ACE)
14 2 "Remembering Mark Hopkins" (talk), 6 November 1980, Hopkins House
14 3 "Some Remarks on Curricular Reform in the 1980s" (talk) 14 November 1980, University of Tennessee
14 4 [Letter to the Class of 1956], 13 February 1981
14 5 "Common Learning" (talk), 8 April 1981, University of Chicago
14 6 [Sloan Foundation Response—The New Liberal Arts], 15 April 1981
14 7 [Talk on The College's Entangling Alliance with Botswana], 5 November 1981, Driscoll Lounge
14 8 [Remarks to the Association of Colleges of New England], 11 November 1981
14 9 [History of Williams College] (faculty lecture), 18 February 1982 [see also Perspectives Box 21 Folder 2, 3, 5, 13, 15, 16 Box 22 Folder 18, 20)
14 10 "Higher Education and the National Agenda" (talk), 11 March 1982, Grinnell College
14 11 "Arthur Latham Perry" (talk), 15 April 1982, Perry House
14 12 "Dirty Words" (talk), 29 May 1982, Phi Beta Kappa
14 13 [Remarks, Sloan, Association of Colleges in New England, New York City], 23-24 June 1982
14 14 "Educational Excellence" (paper), 22 August 1982
14 15 "One Hundred Years Ago at Williams College" (talk), 15 September 1982, Whitman
14 16 [Curriculum Discussion, Brown University], 5 October 1982
14 17 "Some Remarks on Coherence in Curriculum" (talk) 16 November 1982, Racine, WI
14 18 [Berkley talk on undergraduate life in revolutionary America], 3 February 1983
15 1 "Curricular Reform in the 1980s" (talk), 10 March (Mills College) and 18 March (U.C. Santa Cruz) 1983
15 2 "Images of the College" (talk), 6 September 1983, Williamstown; 1972 Women's Faculty Club
15 3 [Poster for Brooklyn College talk, "Leadership and Liberal Learning"], 28 September 1983
15 4 "The Power of Professors" (talk), 12 January 1984, AAC-San Francisco; May-June 1984 Change Magazine
15 5 "Technology as a Liberal Art" (paper), 1 April 1984, Sloan Foundation
15 6 "Integrity in the College Curriculum" (Association of American Colleges report), 1985
15 7 "A New Partnership in Learning" (talk), 14 April 1985, Wilkes-Barre, PA
15 8 [Antioch talk, "An educated person is…"], 18 April 1985
15 9 "Curricular Reform as an Instrument for Improving Undergraduate Education" (talk), 30 September 1985, Racine, WI
15 10 [Symposium toward a cultural bill of rights], 5 February 1988
15 11 "The Year 2000" (statement), January/February 1989, Liberal Education
    Cassette recording of interview discussing W.C. faculty of the 1790s-1800s. (Acc. No. 89-006.3) in the AV Collection
15 12 [Remarks to Bennington Class of 1939 50th Reunion Panel], 9 June 1989
15 13 [Conversation with Chairman Lynne V. Chaney published by Humanities magazine], September/October 1989
15 14 "Questions and Hazards for the New President of an Old School" (address), 10 May 1991 Wyoming Seminary, PA
15 15 Essay: "Williams College 1942-1992 (Class of 42's 50th Reunion Book)
15 15a "Williams at Two Hundred" (article) 1992, Class of '42 Reunion Book; reprinted as "Williams College 1973-1993: Three Eras, Three Cultures" Bicentennial Faculty Lecture Series, 4 February 1993
    90 minute cassette and T60 video recording of the above lecture in AV Collection
15 16 Pictorial History Introduction, 1992
15a 1.1 "Three Eras, Three Cultures" 12/92
15a 1.2 AAC Seattle, 1/14/93
15a 1.3 Bicentennial Panel 10/1993
15a 1.4 "Griffin Hall: an Historical Note", 1997
15a 2 Wilkes University, Address (honorary degree), 1998
15a 3 "Samuel Chapman Armstrong…"in Carrie Mae Weems: The Hampton Project, 2001
15a 4 "Portrait of Amos Lawrence" in American Dreams, 2001. (Folders 1-4 Acc. # 2002-006)
15a 5 Essays/Addresses 2002-2003: "Near Misses: David Rockefeller's Rolodex and Me"; "College and Country in 2003".
15b 1 Seminar, Alumni-"College and Country in 2002: another era…"(Acc# 2004-123 add)
15b 2 Town and Gown, 250 Years-Panel Discussion: Williamstown College Town
15b 3 "College and Country in 2003" (revised from 2002)
15b. 4 Article & edited copy "Near Misses: David Rockefeller's….
15b. 5 Commentary for "Liberal Education" 11/2003
    Five cassette recordings of interviews conducted by John Walsh for the Oral History Project, August 2, 7, 13, 23, and 28, 1991. Transcript Available. (Acc. No. 91-007.3)

B. Book Reviews

Box Folder  
16 1 Buckley's God and Man at Yale, March 1952
16 2 Dillon's Wendell Willkie, 1892-1944, 1952
16 3 Wayman's David I. Walsh, Citizen-Patriot, 1952
16 4 Hyderis' Snow of Kansas, 1953
16 5 Cole's America First, 1953
16 6 Sellers's [a history of the University of Alabama], April 1954
16 7 Sayre's Glad Adventure, June 1957
16 8 Smith's Professors and Public Ethics, July 1957
16 9 Schmidt's The Liberal Arts College, March 1958
16 10 Hamilton's ('32) White House Images and Realities, 1958
16 11 Vanderbilt's (Biography of) Charles Eliot Norton, April 1960
16 12 Tharp's Adventurous Alliance, April 1960
16 13 Cremin's Transformation of the School, 1961
16 14 Nietz's Old Textbooks, October 1961
16 15 Hofstadter and Smith's (eds.) American Higher Education, June 1962
16 16 Bishop's A History of Cornell, February 1963
16 17 McReynolds's Missouri, July 1963
16 18 Sack's History of Higher Education in Pennsylvania, 1963
16 19 Cary's The University of Massachusetts, October 1963
16 20 Porter's Trinity and Duke, 1892-1924, August 1965
16 21 Peterson's The New England College in the Age of the University, October 1965
16 22 Nash and Curti's Philanthropy in the Shaping of American Higher Education, July 1966
16 23 Braziller's The Artist in American Society, 1966
16 24 Harris's The Artist in American Society, 1966
16 25 Veysey's The Emergence of the American University, December 1966
16 26 Peckham's The Making of the University of Michigan, 1817-1967 and Bordin's The University of Michigan, 1967
16 27 Parson's The Cornell Campus, December 1969
16 28 Taylor's Students Without Teachers, June 1969
16 29 Barzun's The American University, September 1969
16 30 Solomon's (ed.) Timothy Dwight's Travels in New England and New York, March 1970
16 31 Notestein's Wooster of the Middle West, March 197
16 32 Magrader's An American Life, September 1974
16 33 Lipset and Riesman's Education and Politics at Harvard, December 1975
16 34 Bledstein's The Culture of Professionalism, October 1976
16 35 Humphrey's From Kings College to Columbia, 1977
16 36 Novak's The Rights of Youth, March 1978
16 37 Gruber's Mars and Minerva, 1978
16 38 Cowley's Presidents, Professors and Trustees, May/June 1981
16 39 Tobias's Old Dartmouth on Trial, 1982
16 40 Robson's Educating Republicans, 1985
16 41 Goodchild and Huk's The American College History (manuscript for review), 1990
16 42 Smith's Kinning the Spirit: Higher Education in America, 1990

C. Mark Hopkins and the Log

Box Folder  
16 43 Lawrence Papers 1950 (attempts to locate correspondence between Amos A. Lawrence and Mark Hopkins)
16 44 Search letters and replies to newspapers 1950
16 45 Search letters and replies to individual solicitation 1950 (university libraries, institutions, people connected with Mark Hopkins)
16 46 Search letters and replies 1951
16 47 Copies of correspondence (Hopkins; Armstrong)
16 48 Miscellaneous correspondence with other researchers (letters re: Williams history forwarded to/from college librarian; dissertation prospectus to Ralph Gabriel [advisor])
16 49 Miscellaneous historical materials
17 1 Attempts at publication 1950-1955
17 2 David Horne [editor at Yale University Press] 1955-1958 (literary and business matters related to MHAL: from interest in MS, through acceptance, corrections, number to print/cost, sales)
17 3 Promotion (correspondence with Mark Carroll; flyers; news clippings)
17 4 Praise for Mark Hopkins 1956 (some from after 1956) [see also Box 6 Folder 4]
17 5 Reviews 1956-57
17 Vol. Mark Hopkins and the log: an educational ideal in the making, Williams College 1836-1872. Ph.D. Dissertation, Yale Univ., 1953 (bound)
17 6 Mark Hopkins and the Log, 2nd ed. pbk. (notes, foreword) (Acc.# 2002-006)
18   Research notes "Cited" and "Not Cited": Chapters 1-6
19   Research notes "Cited" and "Not Cited": Chapters 7-14
20   Research notes "Not Used": Admissions; Alumni (also Loyalty, Spirit); Amherst; Athletics; Curriculum (also Enrollment, Purposes, Standards); Discipline; Extracurriculum; Faculty (also Faculty, Salaries); Finances (also Benefactors, Fundraising, General, Student costs); Fitch; Fraternities; General College; Griffin; Honorary degrees; Mark Hopkins; Miscellaneous; Music; Plant (also Grounds, Library); Political views; Recreation (also Holidays, Vacation); Religion (also Clergy); Science; Students; Town; Trustees; Bibliography/sources

D. The American College and University: A History

Box Folder  
20   Research notes: Collegiate Way; Discipline (Misdemeanors, Pranks, Rebellions, Punishment, Lenient school, Strict school); Extracurriculum; Fraternities; Health; Senior Honor Societies; Student Freedom; Student Government

E. Perspectives: A Williams Anthology

Box Folder  
21 1 Perspectives: General Business (drafts, History 319 syllabus [see also Box 22 Folder 6], copyright info, printing prices, praise, suggestions, thanks)
21 2 The Will of Ephriam Williams 22 July 1755 [#1]
21 3 From the Students of Williams College to John Adams 1798 [#2]
21 4 A Report from the Anti-Slavery Society of Williams College to the American Convention… [#3]
21 5 A Flagrant Example: The Disciplinary Record of William Lowndes Yancey [#4]
21 6 Alexander M. Strong 'An Oration…1865 [#5]
21 7 Mark Hopkins 'Inaugural Discourse' 1836 [#6]
21 8 Albert Hopkins 'Revivals of Religion in Williams College' [#7]
21 9 James J. Ingalls 'A Brace of College Characters' 1856 [#8]
21 10 'The Florida Expedition' Williams Quarterly IV 1857 [#9]
21 11 'A Game of Ball' Williams-Amherst Baseball 1859 [#10] (see also "The First College Baseball Game," May 1959, Box 11 Folder 9)
21 12 Students Among the Freedmen 1862-1863 [#11]
21 13 John Bascom 'Secret Societies in College' 1868 [#12]
21 14 Majority and Minority Reports on Admitting Women [#13]
21 15 Andrew Carnegie at the Centennial Commemoration 1893 [#14]
21 16 The Award of the Williams Medal October 17, 1919 [#15]
22 1 The Institute of Politics [#16]
22 2 'They've Kidnapped Shakespeare' The Chapin Library in the Annals of Crime [#17]
22 3 Frederick Rudolph 'Who is Watching the Reformers?' 1961 [#18]
22 4 "Dan Pinello 'Coming Out at Williams' 1971" [#19]
22 5 "Sterling Brown Reminiscences on Returning to Williams 1973" [#20]