University of Kansas. Department of English
Found in 9 Records:
This collection of Elizabeth A. Schultz's personal papers includes two series established by Schultz herself: Personal Documents and Albums. Her personal documents relate largely to professional projects and teaching at KU, as well as to post-retirement publications and philanthropic activities. The Albums series includes photograph albums and scrapbooks from Schultz's childhood through post-retirement travels around the world.
Bryant taught in the Department of English at the University of Kansas from 1902-1909, after receiving his bachelors and masters degrees from the University of Michigan. This collection consists of scrapbooks of letters, publications, and obituaries.
Raymond taught English at the University of Kansas from 1901-1944. This collection consists of correpondence from 1905-1906 and scrapbooks and photographs from the early 1900s.
Harold Orel was a Professor of English specializing in Victorian and Edwardian literature at the University of Kansas. His papers include professional correspondence, teaching and research materials, conference materials and speaking notes, materials related to publications by Orel and other scholars, and personal ephemera.
Gagen taught English at the University of Kansas from 1966-1990. This collection consists of class notes, exams, and a manuscript about the writings of John Milton.
Nelson taught English at the University of Kansas from 1925-1967. This collection consists of correspondence when Nelson retired as Dean of the Graduate School in 1963 and when he retired from the KU faculty in 1967, as well as when he received his Distinguished Service Award in 1972. It also contains awards, citations, and news clippings.
Burnham taught English at the University of Kansas from 1915-1945. This collection consists of talks she gave, publications, diaries, photographs, and miscellaneous writings.
Albrecht taught in the Department of English at the University of Kansas from 1957-1977. This collection contains manuscripts, research materials, notes, and committee papers.