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1. Archer mss., 1838-1940 0.2 linear feet (1 box)

Archer, Calvin Beza Kell
The Archer mss., 1838-1940, consists of notes on lectures and papers written by Calvin Beza Kell Archer, 1822-1947, while he was a student at Princeton Seminary (now Hanover College) and Indiana University, 1838-1844.

2. Art mss., 1740-1993 19.3 Linear Feet (5 boxes, 31 volumes, 81 folios)

The Art mss., 1740-1993, consists of drawings, sketches, etchings, illustrations, and other works of art acquired individually from various artists.

5. Bartholomew mss., 1838-1886 0.6 linear feet (2 boxes, 1 folio)

The Bartholomew mss., 1838-1886, consists of the papers of American businessman, pioneer, and judicial officer Jacob Bartholomew, 1818-1863, and his wife, Emily Ebersole Bartholomew, 1825-1913.
Bensman, David, 1949-
The Bensman, David mss., 1976-1997, consists of the research materials of David Bensman, a professor in the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University, which he amassed in the process of writing Central Park East and Its Graduates: "Learning by Heart."

7. Bicknell mss., 1828-1881 1.5 linear feet (2 boxes)

Bicknell, George A. (George Augustus), 1815-1891
The Bicknell mss., 1828-1881, consist of the papers of George Augustus Bicknell, 1815-1891, of New Albany, Indiana, professor of law at Indiana University, 1861-1870, and a member of Congress from Indiana, 1877-1881.

8. Boxer mss., 1923-1999 8 Linear Feet (8 boxes)

Boxer, C. R. (Charles Ralph), 1904-
The Boxer mss., 1923-1999, consists of the book and article drafts, reviews, lecture notes, teaching materials, and biographical materials of colonial historian Charles Ralph Boxer, 1904-2000.
Brigance, William Norwood, 1896-
Consists of lectures and speeches, correspondence, writings and notes used for research, published and unpublished articles, manuscripts and audiovisual materials of Wabash College professor William Norwood Brigance, teacher, scholar and leader in the Speech Association of America.

12. Buley mss., 1951-1964 69 items (2 boxes; 1 folder; 1 oversize folder)

The Buley mss., 1951–1964, consist of correspondence, awards, photographs, and clippings relating to Roscoe Carlyle Buley, 1893–1968, professor of history at Indiana University.

16. Dillon mss., 1912-1931 0.4 linear feet (1 box)

Dillon, Alice Christie, 1876-
The Dillon mss., 1912-1931, consists of the correspondence, drawings and writings of Alice Julia (Christie) Dillon, 1876-, primary teacher in the New York City public schools and author.

18. Eigenmann mss., 1851-1971 1767 items (4 boxes; 2 volumes; 2 folders; 2 folios)

​The Eigenmann mss., 1851-1971, consists of the papers of Carl H. Eigenmann, 1863-1927, ichthyologist, and his wife, Rosa Smith Eigenmann, 1858-1947, ichthyologist.

19. Elliott, J.B. mss., 1851-1853 11 items (1 folder)

The Elliott, J.B. mss., 1851-1853, are letters written by and to John Bennett Elliott, 1836-1904, student at Indiana University, 1852-1853, and later farmer and fruit grower of Harmony Township, Posey County, Indiana.

21. Fuchs mss., 1920-1979 46000 items

Ralph Follen Fuchs
The Fuchs mss., 1920-1979, consist of the correspondence, professional and teaching files, and writings of Ralph Follen Fuchs, 1899-1985, Indiana University Professor Emeritus of Law.

24. Gwatkin mss., 1773-1780 0.1 Linear Feet (1 folio)

More, Martha, 1747-1819
The Gwatkin mss., 1773-1780, consists of letters from educators Sarah More, 1743-1817, and Martha More, 1750-1819, to their patron, heiress Ann Lovell Gwatkin, 1729-1809.

25. Hadley, J. mss., 1823-1891 0.1 Linear Feet (1 folio)

Hadley, Joshua B.
The Hadley, J. mss., 1823-1891, consists of notes written by farmer Joshua B. Hadley, 1808-1831, and items related to the work of teacher Bertha Wiley Hadley, 1866-1944.

27. Indiana History mss., 1725-1973 108.9 Linear Feet (14 boxes, 57 volumes, 40 oversize)

Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848.
The Indiana History mss., 1725-1973, consists of individual items related to the history of the state of Indiana, acquired separately either as a gift, purchase, transfer, or removal from a variety of sources.

28. Johnson, J. mss., ca. 1740-1759 .7 linear feet (1 box, 5 custom)

Johnson, Jane, 1706-1759
The Johnson, J. mss., ca. 1740-1759, consists of materials devised by Jane (Russell) Johnson primarily for the instruction of her son, George William Johnson. The materials consist of 438 items and are arranged in 24 groups. Included are alphabet cards, religious and secular lesson cards, all hand-made. Some contain colored illustrations and are decorated with multi-colored Dutch paper.

31. Kopp mss., 1955-1958 0.5 linear feet

Plath, Sylvia
The Kopp mss., 1955-1958, consists of correspondence and memorabilia relating to author Sylvia Plath's time at Cambridge, collected by her friend Jane Kopp.

32. Leavitt mss., 1846-1849 9 items (1 folder)

Leavitt, George C., 1824-1854
The Leavitt mss., 1846-1849, consist of six letters from George C. Leavitt, 1824-1854, teacher and surveyor, to his parents in New Hampshire, and one letter from his wife Elizabeth to his parents.

33. Lincoln mss., 1798-1959 490 items

The Lincoln mss., ca. 1798-1959, consist of letters, documents, and facsimile copies of documents by and about Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1865, his ancestors, immediate family, members of his cabinet, and other persons closely connected with him.

35. McClure mss., 1865-1949 36.25 items (21 boxes, 5 oversize)

McClure, S. S. (Samuel Sidney), 1857-1949
The McClure mss., 1865-1949, consists of the correspondence and papers of editor S. S. (Samuel Sidney) McClure, 1857-1949.

36. Meier mss., 1927-2010 32 boxes

Meier, Deborah
The Meier mss., 1927-2010, consists of the correspondence and papers of education reformer Deborah W. Meier (1931-), who is frequently credited with founding the modern small schools movement in the United States.

37. Muller, Herbert mss., 1913-1976 9.75 Linear Feet (9 boxes)

Muller, Herbert J. (Herbert Joseph), 1905-1980
The Muller, Herbert, mss., 1913-1976, consist of the correspondence, writings and lecture notes of Herbert Joseph Muller, 1905-1980, distinguished professor literature and government at Indiana University, Bloomington.

38. Muller mss., 1910-1967 75050 items

Muller, H. J. (Hermann Joseph), 1890-1967
The Muller mss., 1910-1967, consists of the papers of Hermann Joseph Muller, 1890-1967, geneticist and Nobel prize laureate, including correspondence; writings and reprints; research and data from his work as well as from his students and colleagues; materials related to conferences; and work with various professional organizations.

41. Ralston, B.M.K. mss., 1873-1943 10.35 linear feet (4 boxes; 1 folio; 21 volumes.)

Ralston, Boyd Mercer Kerr, 1860-1944
The Ralston, B.M.K. mss., 1873-1943, are the letters and papers of realtor of Indianapolis, Indiana and brother of Governor Samuel Moffett Ralston, Boyd Mercer Kerr Ralston, 1860-1944.

42. Rumely mss., 1838-1965 89 Boxes

Rumely, Edward Aloysius, 1882-1964
The Rumely mss., 1838-1965, are the papers of Edward Aloysius Rumely, 1882-1964, physician, educator, and public relations man, and papers relating to his ancestors. The papers consist of correspondence with prominent people both in Europe and the United States; an autobiography; documents dealing with his arrest for perjury in July, 1918, and the pardon by President Calvin Coolidge on January 19, 1925; material on his many fields of interest; pictures, and printed matter.

46. Spears mss., 1955-1967 28.75 linear feet (7 boxes, 10 oversize)

Spears, Harold, 1902-1980
The Spears mss., 1955-1967, consist of the files of educator Harold Spears, 1902-1980, relating to the twelve years he was superintendent of schools for the San Francisco Unified School District.

47. Stevens mss., 1749-1916 11.26 linear feet (9 boxes, 1 folio)

Stevens, William Arnold, 1839-1910
The Stevens mss., 1749-1916, consist of papers of William Arnold Stevens, 1839-1910, his wife, Mrs. Caroline (Clarke) Stevens, 1834-1916, and members of their respective families.