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Papers, 1907-1965.

Author: Norman Foerster
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Letters and manuscript pertaining to Foerster's education, his participation in the New Humanism movement of the 1920's, his establishment of a creative arts doctoral program at the University of Iowa, the University of Iowa curriculum reform controversy (1943-1944), and his writings. Collection includes manuscript, typescript, letters, tearsheets, periodicals, photographs, and documents.
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Named Person: R P Adams; Francis H Allen; Joseph E Baker; John Ball; Joseph Warren Beach; Earl Gordon Bill; Lawrence Bowling; Gamaliel Bradford; Cleanth Brooks; Van Wyck Brooks; Margaret Brown; Douglas Bush; Oscar James Campbell; Henry Seidel Canby; Willa Cather; C P Chadsey; Gordon K Chalmers; Warren Chapman; Harry Woodburn Chase; Hubert Stanley Coffey; John Conrath; William Coyle; Ronald Salmon Crane; Graham R Davies; T S Eliot; William Foster Elliot; George Roy Elliot; Oliver Elton; Robert Falk; Donald Foerster; Norman Foerster; Christian Gauss; Clarence Gohdes; Maxwell Henry Goldberg; Charles E Goodell, Mrs.; Theodore M Greene; Albert Léon Guérard; Allen Guttman; James D Hart; Raymond Dexter Havens; Philip M Hicks; Herbert Howarth; W D Howe; Jay B Hubbell; Wernes Wilhelm Jaeger; Walter Albert Jessup; Harry Stuart Veddes Jones; Robert Kelly; William Heard Kilpatrick; Thomas A Kirby; John S Lambert; Richard Winn Livingstone, Sir; Percy Waldron Long; H Lüdeke; Earl James Mc Grath; Louise McNeill; Alexander Meiklejohn; C A Moore; Paul Elmer More; John Middleton Murry; Francis Parkman; Arhtur Hobson Quinn; Harold R Rafton; Robert L Ramsay; Robert James Reilly; Frederick Robinson; Richard Rulard; Alfred S Ryan; Ernest Emanual Sandeen; W B Schneider; Gilbert Vivian Seldes; Karl Shapiro; Bernice Slote; D Michel Smith; Robert Ernest Spilles; Samuel Spring; David H Stevens; Wallace Stevens; Lindley Joseph Stiles; Evangeline Stokowska; J B Stroud; Arthur N Stung; Wei-Hsiung Su; Carl Van Doren; René Wellek
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Norman Foerster
OCLC Number: 122500140
Description: 3 linear ft.
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Letters and manuscript pertaining to Foerster's education, his participation in the New Humanism movement of the 1920's, his establishment of a creative arts doctoral program at the University of Iowa, the University of Iowa curriculum reform controversy (1943-1944), and his writings. Collection includes manuscript, typescript, letters, tearsheets, periodicals, photographs, and documents.

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