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Thu Oct 16 17:49:27 2014 UTClccn-n500775510.10Schevill, Prof. Ferdinand : 5520 S. Shore Drive, Chicago, Ill0.501.00Papers,100906110Ferdinand_Schevilln 50077551111230Schwill, Ferdinand 1868-1954シユウエール,viaf-305068417Medici, House oflccn-n81052570Friedrich WilhelmElector of Brandenburg1620-1688lccn-n85243546Thatcher, Oliver J.(Oliver Joseph)1857-1937lccn-no2004009151Gewehr, Wesley M.(Wesley Marsh)1888-lccn-n50019341Sarton, George1884-1956lccn-nr90020227Rowley, Georgelccn-n79106105Thompson, James Westfall1869-1941lccn-n50063475National Sculpture Society (U.S.)lccn-n85031594Bitter, Karl Theodore Francis1867-1915lccn-n87808721Keniston, Hayward1883-edtSchevill, Ferdinand1868-1954HistorySourcesOutlines, syllabi, etcBibliographyBiographyItaly--FlorenceRenaissanceItalyEuropeMedici, House ofEastern question (Balkan)Balkan PeninsulaFriedrich Wilhelm,--Elector of Brandenburg,Italy--SienaArt, RenaissanceHistoriansHumanismIntellectual lifeCommunal livingLatin literatureGermanyLatin literature, Medieval and modernHumanistsMiddle AgesBitter, Karl Theodore Francis,HumanitiesWorld War (1914-1918)Political scienceInternational relationsDiplomatic relationsCivilizationSchevill, Ferdinand,MontenegroEurope, EasternAlbaniaBulgariaGreeceTurkeySerbiaByzantine EmpireHistory--Study and teachingSocial historyHistory, ModernYugoslaviaThatcher, Oliver J.--(Oliver Joseph),Terry, Benjamin,Sparks, Edwin Erle,GermanistsMoody, William Vaughn,United StatesEducation--CurriculaOhio--CincinnatiStedman, Edmund Clarence,Reynolds, George F.--(George Fullmer),Wilder, Thornton,1868195418921896189718981899190019011902190319041905190719081909191019111912191419151916191719191921192219231925192619281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194519461947194819491950195119541956195919601961196319641965196619671968196919711976198019851987199119921995200020101266682458945.5DG736ocn004728629ocn003928172ocn005243387ocn003901531ocn002969508ocn612987619ocn015744553ocn005243244ocn012785918ocn612987570ocn866590556179936ocn000405573book19490.37Schevill, FerdinandThe MediciHistory172739ocn000395371book19220.37Schevill, FerdinandThe history of the Balkan Peninsula, from the earliest times to the present dayHistory143246ocn001346326book19250.37Schevill, FerdinandA history of Europe from the Reformation to the present dayHistoryFor other editions, see Author Catalog136230ocn000405592book19360.50Schevill, FerdinandHistory of Florence, from the founding of the city through the RenaissanceHistory114917ocn000406419book19470.53Schevill, FerdinandThe Great Elector97534ocn000405633book19090.59Schevill, FerdinandSiena : the history of a mediaeval communeHistory+-+K68799589672513ocn000392545book19560.56Schevill, FerdinandSix historians65017ocn009436583book19610.53Schevill, FerdinandMedieval and Renaissance FlorenceHistory60715ocn000945774book19280.66Schevill, FerdinandThe first century of Italian humanismSources34225ocn002626719book18960.63Thatcher, Oliver JEurope in the middle ageHistory28812ocn001282161book19070.63Schevill, FerdinandA political history of modern Europe from the reformation to the present dayHistory2613ocn001961588book19160.74Schevill, FerdinandThe making of modern Germany; six public lectures delivered in Chicago in 1915History2555ocn000545669book19290.53Thompson, James WestfallThe Civilization of the Renaissance19522ocn000392253book18980.79Schevill, FerdinandHistory of modern EuropeHistory1897ocn000630529book19170.70Schevill, FerdinandKarl Bitter; a biographyBiography1522ocn000339475book19070.70Schevill, FerdinandA political history of modern Europe from the reformation to the present day : With sixteen genealogical tables and twenty-two mapsHistory14217ocn004728629book19310.92University of ChicagoIntroductory general course in the humanities: syllabusHistoryBibliographyOutlines, syllabi, etc9813ocn004409184book19000.70Thatcher, Oliver JA general history of Europe (350-1900)History768ocn003879655book19220.66Schevill, FerdinandThe Balkan Peninsula and the Near East : a history from the earliest times to the present dayHistory729ocn002612856book19140.86Schevill, FerdinandGermany and the peace of Europe81ocn015744553book19320.92University of ChicagoIntroductory general course in the humanities: syllabusHistoryBibliographyOutlines, syllabi, etc11ocn052246915mix1.00Schütze, MartinPapersContains correspondence, manuscripts, journals, notes, lectures, plays, book reviews, offprints, copies of Deutsches Dichten in Amerika which Schütze edited, excerpts of Eva Watson Schütze's letters, and photographs. Correspondents include Ferdinand Schevill, Robert Hutchins, Thornton Wilder, W.F. Twaddell, and others. Papers reflect Schütze's views on philosophy, art, literature, education, as well as his specialty, German literature and culture. Subjects include the Goethe Centennial and the Woodstock Historical Society11ocn166141835art19320.10Cattell, James McKeenSchevill, Prof. Ferdinand : 5520 S. Shore Drive, Chicago, Ill11ocn052248317mix1.00Moody, William VaughnPapersContains correspondence, manuscripts of poems and plays, notebooks, themes written while a student at Harvard, biographical material, reprints, newspaper clippings, reviews of Moody's plays, playbills and programs. Correspondents include Jane Addams, Norman Hapgood, Edwin Markham, Harriet Monroe, Charles Eliot Norton, Edmund C. Stedman, and publishers. Also includes a diary of European trip with Ferdinand Schevill (1897)11ocn052248395mix1.00Schevill, FerdinandPapersContains correspondence, notes, typed manuscript of Six Historians with corrections, and corrected copy of the first edition of History of Florence11ocn888088300mix1.00Schevill, William ValentineWilliam Valentine Schevill papersPhotographsPortraitsCorrespondence; art work, consisting of sketches (including a pencil sketch of Ferdinand Schevill), sketchbooks, drawings, and oil sketches on board; lists of works kept by his wife, Elizabeth Meier Schevill; exhibition announcements; clippings; photographs of Schevill, his family, his work, and his studio/living quarters in Munich, Germany; reference photographs; and printed material. Included in the correspondence is a note from President Taft and a telegram from Princess Irene of Prussia11ocn052247405mix1.00Loeb, HedwigPapersConsists of class notes and themes for courses taken at the University of Chicago in English, history, political science, and sociology. Faculty whose classes she attended include James Weber Linn, George F. Reynolds, James Westfall Thompson, Edwin E. Sparks, Oliver J. Thatcher, Ferdinand Schwill, Benjamin Terry, Edward Bourne, Francis Shepardson, Harry Pratt Judson, and Charles E. Merriam11ocn023802485book19080.63Thatcher, Oliver JEurope in the middle ageHistory+-+K687995896+-+K687995896Thu Oct 16 16:06:10 EDT 2014batch21942