Series 1. Papers before the 1970s: Students' Notes and Papers

Box 22

Folder 6.
Miscellaneous (Aphorisms). Student Notes, 1940s.
Folder Contents: photocopy of a typescript of Miller?s aphorisms (from Philosophy 5-6) transcribed by Mr. William D. Brewer (Williams College ?44), as well as 1981 correspondence between Brewer and Mr. George P. Brockway (Williams College ?36) regarding these aphorisms. (Aphorisms [8].)

Folder 7.
History of Philosophy (Psychology). Student Notes, 1930-31. Published in: In Defense of the Psychological, 185-92.
Political Philosophy (State). Student Notes, 1931.
Aesthetics. Student Notes, 1933.
Logic. Student Notes, 1932?
Metaphysics. Student Notes, 1933.
Folder Contents: photocopies of Professor of Philosophy and Religion M. Holmes Hartshorne?s (Williams College ?33) notes from Philosophy 1-2 (Types of Philosophy), Philosophy 5 (Philosophy of the State), Philosophy 8 (Metaphysics), Philosophy 9 (Logic), and Philosophy 12 (Aesthetics). (J. Hartshorne?s Notes [8].)

Folder 8.
Political Philosophy (State). Student Notes, 1941-42.
Folder Contents: photocopy of class notes of Mr. M. A. Sheketoff (Williams College ?43) from Philosophy 5-6 (Philosophy of the State). (E. Sheketoff [8].)

Folder 9.
Political Philosophy (State). Student Notes, 1941-42.
Folder Contents: photocopy of class notes of Mr. M. A. Sheketoff (Williams College ?43) from Philosophy 5-6 (Philosophy of the State). (E. Sheketoff [8].)

Folder 10.
?On Human Greatness.? Student Paper, November 1941.
Folder Contents: typescript of essay by Professor of Philosophy Walter A. Kaufmann (Williams College ?41) and typescript correspondence from Kaufmann dated 17 November 1941. (Kaufmann 11/17/41 [8].)

Folder 11.
Epistemology (Plato?s Theateetus, Hegel). Student Notes, 1945-46.
Folder Contents: typescript copy of class notes of Professor of Philosophy Robert E. Gahringer (Williams College ?47). (C. Garhinger 1945-46.)

Folder 12.
Epistemology (Positivism, Empiricism, Mill, Hume, Comte, Language, Semiotics/Midworld). Student Notes, 1946-47.
Folder Contents: typescript copy of class notes of Professor of Philosophy Robert E. Gahringer (Williams College ?47). (G. Gahringer 1946-47.)

Folder 13.
History of Philosophy. Student Notes, 1946-47.
Folder Contents: typescript copy of Professor Philosophy Robert E. Gahringer?s (Williams College ?47) class notes for Philosophy 1-2 (Types of Philosophy). (L. Types 10/7/47a.)

Folder 14.
Education (Teaching). Letter, 26 June 1961.
Personal (Metaphysics, Philosophy). Letter, 8 November 1974.
Education (Method, Philosophy). Letter, 3 July 1961.
Personal (Metaphysics, Philosophy). Letter, October 1974?
Metaphysics (Education, Teaching). Letter, 27 June 1958.
Philosophy (Method). Letter, 30 November 1949.
Metaphysics (Actuality, Kant). Letter, 11 November 1963.
Political Philosophy (Democracy, Power). Letter, 1960s?
Metaphysics. Letter, 12 March 1962.
Metaphysics (Actuality, Property). Letter, 1975?
Metaphysics (Dialectic). 6 November 1963.
Education (Teaching). Letter, 29 April 1961.
History of Philosophy (C.I. Lewis, Pragmatism, Utilitarianism). Letter, 12 June 1952.
Miscellaneous. Letters, 1958-75?
Folder Contents: typescript copies of letters (often exerpts or edited versions) to Professor of Philosophy Robert E. Gahringer (Williams College ?47). (M. [6].)

Folder 15.
Education. Course Materials, 1930s.
Folder Contents: reading lists and copies of exams on topics including Epistemology, Marxism, Philosophy of History, Metaphysics, Types of Philosophy, Ancient Greek Philosophy. (W. Reading Lists a [9].)

Folder 16.
The Bully Tin. (A Paper for and by the Veterans of Base Hospital 44). Newsletter, 15 June 1973.
Folder Contents: typescript of informal newsletter circulated to veterans of Base Hospital 44 (World War I); the occasion reported is the 55th reunion of the veterans; Miller is reported as neither having attended the reunion nor having responded to a request for information. (Miscellaneous; X. 1973.)

Folder 17.
Miscellaneous. Correspondence and Student Papers.
Folder Contents: correspondence (1973) between Miller and Mr. Robert M. James (Town Manager, Williamstown) regarding traffic signage on Spring and Bank Streets; notice of tax assessment (1960) on the estate of Miller?s mother, Minnie, of Monroe County, New York; an unsigned pamphlet entitled ?The Law of Liberty: A Fourth of July Sermon?; correspondence from Mr. Byron Herrington (Williams College ?15) of 1971; correspondence from Professor J. Stefan Schultz dated 1940; a 1959 paper entitled ?The Concept of Philosophy? by Mr. Gilbert Leigh; an undated student paper entitled ?The Nature of God?s Presence in History? by Mr. Robert B. Reeves, Jr. (Williams College ?32); an undated student paper entitled ?The Meaning of the Fall of Man? by Richards Heuer, Jr. (Williams College ?50).