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Papers, 1911-1972.

Author: Scott BuchananMortimer Jerome AdlerStringfellow BarrDouglas BuchananMiriam BuchananAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Consists of correspondence (including carbon copies of outgoing letters), writings of Buchanan and others, legal and financial documents, photographs, and printed material. Much of the correspondence concerns Buchanan's work with Mortimer J. Adler, Robert M. Hutchins, and Stringfellow Barr in curricular development at the University of Chicago and St. John's College. Also includes correspondence files, 1946-1949,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Financial records
Legal documents
Manuscripts for publication
Poems
Photographs
Reviews
Named Person: Scott Buchanan
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Scott Buchanan; Mortimer Jerome Adler; Stringfellow Barr; Douglas Buchanan; Miriam Buchanan; Robert Maynard Hutchins; Mark Van Doren
OCLC Number: 122297600
Description: 74 boxes (24.7 linear ft.)

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Consists of correspondence (including carbon copies of outgoing letters), writings of Buchanan and others, legal and financial documents, photographs, and printed material. Much of the correspondence concerns Buchanan's work with Mortimer J. Adler, Robert M. Hutchins, and Stringfellow Barr in curricular development at the University of Chicago and St. John's College. Also includes correspondence files, 1946-1949, for the Old Dominion Foundation and Liberal Arts, Inc. Writings of Scott Buchanan include student papers and early articles on philosophical subjects; writings on education, especially classics and the liberal arts; writings on political theory; and book reviews. Also includes letters to Miriam Buchanan on the death of Scott Buchanan, letters to Douglas Buchanan, and poems and correspondence of Mark Van Doren.

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