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Papers, 1919-1974.

Author: Floyd Nelson House
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence (1921-1974), relating to House's career as sociologist and faculty member of Dept. of Sociology, University of Virginia, and concerning professional meetings, publications, editorial advising for publishers, students and their work, university lecture series, and hiring of professors; drafts of books, articles, and addresses on such topics as race and culture (including the "Negro question"), social  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bibliographies
Biographies
Correspondence
Named Person: David F Aberle; Edward L Bernays; Robert B Eleazar; Clyde Kluckhohn; Mark Arthur May; John Lloyd Newcomb; Howard Washington Odum; Robert Ezra Park; Talcott Parsons; Ben L Reitman; Edward Alsworth Ross; Albion W Small; William Royall Smithey; William Isaac Thomas; Leopold von Wiese; Eric R Wolf; Monroe Nathan Work
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Floyd Nelson House
OCLC Number: 28415206
Notes: The material described in this catalog record is located in the collections of the University of Virginia Library (Charlottesville).
Description: 3 ft. (approximately 5000 items)

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Correspondence (1921-1974), relating to House's career as sociologist and faculty member of Dept. of Sociology, University of Virginia, and concerning professional meetings, publications, editorial advising for publishers, students and their work, university lecture series, and hiring of professors; drafts of books, articles, and addresses on such topics as race and culture (including the "Negro question"), social psychology, industrialization, and Unitarianism, and including drafts of House's books, Essays in General Sociological Theory and The Sociological Method; research materials and articles by colleagues and students on methodology, value theory, war and political movements and other topics; teaching materials, course outlines, and lecture notes for courses in criminology, property theory, ethics, and introductory sociology; together with biographies and bibliographies of other sociologists, as well as legal and financial papers. Correspondents include David Friend Aberle, Edward L. Bernays, Robert B. Eleazar, Clyde Kluckhohn, Mark Arthur May, John Lloyd Newcomb, Howard Washington Odum, Robert Ezra Park, Talcott Parsons, Ben L. Reitman, Edward Allsworth Ross, Albion Woodbury Small, William Royall Smithey, William Isaac Thomas, Leopold von Wiese, Eric Robert Wolf, and Monroe Nathan Work.

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