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Records, 1892-1995.

Author: Johns Hopkins University. Department of Political Economy.
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Series 1 contains the minutes of the Economic Seminary, which include the names of people present at the seminar and the titles of the papers presented. Also included in this series are a set of gradebooks from 1892-1901, and the minutes of the Economics Reading Class from 1913-1918.

Series 2 consists of the alphabetical correspondence files of George E. Barnett, a member of the faculty from 1901 to 1938.

Series 3, subseries 1 contains the correspondence of Professor William Weyforth concerning the administration of the Evening Courses in Business Economics. The bulk of this correspondence dates from after 1925.

Series 3, subseries 2 consists of a set of files containing the correspondence of various department members relating to the administration of the Evening Courses in Business Economics. The bulk of this correspondence dates from before 1925.

Series4, subseries 1 contains the alphabetical correspondence filesof Theo Jacobs, Director of the Courses in Social Economics from 1919 to 1929.

Series 4, subseries 2 consists primarily of reports on the state of the Courses in Social Economics and positions held by the schools graduates, but also includes some curricular materials and correspondence with the American Association of Social Workers.

Series 5 contains the department's subject files. These files consist primarily of the correspondence of departmental chairmen concerning the administration of the department, the management of the department's publications, and the relations of the department with the University administration.

Series 6 contains a collection of curricular materials. The series consists mostly of various types of exams, but course outlines, departmental requirements, and schedules are also included.

Series 7, subseries 1 and 2 consists of grant proposals, correspondence, and reports conserning departmental research projects and fellowships sponsored by both public and private sources outside the University.

Series 8 contains the personnel files of former faculty members in the department. These files consist primarily of correspondence, and in many cases contain a curriculum vitae.

Series 9 consists primarily of correspondence regarding graduate student admissions and financial assistance. Also included are lists of graduate students in the department for the years 1931-1968 and of students who received the Ph.D. between 1913 and 1960.

Series 10, subseries 1 contains admissions cards for graduate students who applied for admission to the department but did not attend. These cards contain information about undergraduate work, Graduate Records Examination scores, letters of recommendation, and remarks of members of the department on the candidates.

Series 10, subseries 2 contains the individual files of those students who received the M.A. but did not receive the Ph.D. These files contain records pertaining to admissions, course and progress of study, financial aid, etc.

Series 10, subseries 3 consists of the files of those students who did not receive a degree. These files contain the same sort of material as those in series 10, subseries 2.

Series 10, subseries 4 contains records of graduate students who received the M.A. Though these documents are identical in nature to those found in subseries 2, they have not been interfiled for logistical reasons.

Series 10, subseries 5 contains the records of students who did not complete the Ph.D. with the same types of materials as those in the previous subseries.

Series 10, subseries 6 contains the records of students who were candidates for the Ph.D. but were terminated before completion of their studies, either for financial, academic, or personal reasons.

Series 11 contains correspondence of the departmental chairmen with various University committees and the Academic Council and General Assembly on matters relating to University administration.

Series 12 consists primarily of correspondence of the department and the American Economic Review, including annual lists of Ph.D. candidates which were sent to the journal, as well as information to be included in the "Notes" section.

Series 13 contains reprints of economic tracts, by such authors as Malthus, North, Ricardo, and Mill, which were edited by Professor Jacob H. Hollander and published by the department.  Read more...

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Named Person: George Ernest Barnett; Jacob H Hollander; William O Weyforth; Theo Jacobs
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Johns Hopkins University. Department of Political Economy.
OCLC Number: 122420332
Description: 24.833 cu.ft. (12 records center boxes)
Other Titles: Records of the Johns Hopkins University Department of Economics.

Abstract:

Series 1 contains the minutes of the Economic Seminary, which include the names of people present at the seminar and the titles of the papers presented. Also included in this series are a set of gradebooks from 1892-1901, and the minutes of the Economics Reading Class from 1913-1918.

Series 2 consists of the alphabetical correspondence files of George E. Barnett, a member of the faculty from 1901 to 1938.

Series 3, subseries 1 contains the correspondence of Professor William Weyforth concerning the administration of the Evening Courses in Business Economics. The bulk of this correspondence dates from after 1925.

Series 3, subseries 2 consists of a set of files containing the correspondence of various department members relating to the administration of the Evening Courses in Business Economics. The bulk of this correspondence dates from before 1925.

Series4, subseries 1 contains the alphabetical correspondence filesof Theo Jacobs, Director of the Courses in Social Economics from 1919 to 1929.

Series 4, subseries 2 consists primarily of reports on the state of the Courses in Social Economics and positions held by the schools graduates, but also includes some curricular materials and correspondence with the American Association of Social Workers.

Series 5 contains the department's subject files. These files consist primarily of the correspondence of departmental chairmen concerning the administration of the department, the management of the department's publications, and the relations of the department with the University administration.

Series 6 contains a collection of curricular materials. The series consists mostly of various types of exams, but course outlines, departmental requirements, and schedules are also included.

Series 7, subseries 1 and 2 consists of grant proposals, correspondence, and reports conserning departmental research projects and fellowships sponsored by both public and private sources outside the University.

Series 8 contains the personnel files of former faculty members in the department. These files consist primarily of correspondence, and in many cases contain a curriculum vitae.

Series 9 consists primarily of correspondence regarding graduate student admissions and financial assistance. Also included are lists of graduate students in the department for the years 1931-1968 and of students who received the Ph.D. between 1913 and 1960.

Series 10, subseries 1 contains admissions cards for graduate students who applied for admission to the department but did not attend. These cards contain information about undergraduate work, Graduate Records Examination scores, letters of recommendation, and remarks of members of the department on the candidates.

Series 10, subseries 2 contains the individual files of those students who received the M.A. but did not receive the Ph.D. These files contain records pertaining to admissions, course and progress of study, financial aid, etc.

Series 10, subseries 3 consists of the files of those students who did not receive a degree. These files contain the same sort of material as those in series 10, subseries 2.

Series 10, subseries 4 contains records of graduate students who received the M.A. Though these documents are identical in nature to those found in subseries 2, they have not been interfiled for logistical reasons.

Series 10, subseries 5 contains the records of students who did not complete the Ph.D. with the same types of materials as those in the previous subseries.

Series 10, subseries 6 contains the records of students who were candidates for the Ph.D. but were terminated before completion of their studies, either for financial, academic, or personal reasons.

Series 11 contains correspondence of the departmental chairmen with various University committees and the Academic Council and General Assembly on matters relating to University administration.

Series 12 consists primarily of correspondence of the department and the American Economic Review, including annual lists of Ph.D. candidates which were sent to the journal, as well as information to be included in the "Notes" section.

Series 13 contains reprints of economic tracts, by such authors as Malthus, North, Ricardo, and Mill, which were edited by Professor Jacob H. Hollander and published by the department.

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