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Personal papers - Upsala College (East Orange, New Jersey)

I/O:58
Series X

Boxes 1-2, folders 1-16

This series contain material that most likely was located in the Upsala College Archives.

Walter W. Gustafson papers, Professor of English, folders 1-15
Axel Reynold Wallin, Professor of Classical Languages, folder 16

Box

Folder

Folder Title

1

1

1907 & 1912, Upsala Gazette, His Freshman & Senior Years; His

Valedictory Speech in 1912

1

2

1913, Masters Thesis, Scandinavian Influence in English Literature to

1820

1

2a

1916-1931, Autographs, Pictures, Upsala Graduates Who Majored in

English

1

3

1928, or later. No Title Page, Possibly PhD Thesis for New York

University. Swedish Affect on Swedish American Speech

1

4

1932-1952, Printed Articles

1

4A

1935-1973, Letters (typescript copies) from Pär Lagerkvist & Selma Lagerlöf;

Also Miscellaneous Letters

1

5

1937, News clippings, Catalogs, Information Reference Adult Education

1

6

1952-1954, Printed Articles

2

7

1955, Published Articles

2

8

1955, Selma Lagerlöf in the United States

2

9

1956-1958, Published Articles

2

10

1957, Pär Lagerkvist and Archaic Art, et. al.

2

11

1962, March, Autobiography – includes his meeting with President Beck

2

12

1970-1973, Reference Notes, College Leaders, Class of 1930

2

13

1971-1972, Letters, Notes, References on Upsala’s Presidents Lawson

and Beck

2

14

1971-1972, Full Bibliography of Writings of Doctor Evald Lawson

2

15

1972, Studies in Upsala History [Last Gustafson folder]

2

16

1895-1965, Personal Papers, Professor Axel R. Wallin, Classics

Professor, Acting President of Upsala, 1910-1912 [only folder]

3

17

Swedish Tercentenary 1938, Walter W. Gustafson

3

18

Adult Education 1935-1937, Walter W. Gustafson

3

19

Alumni Notes 1950s, Walter W. Gustafson

3

20

Wallin, A.R. – Personal papers

3

21

Faculty Wives’ Club 1929-1937

3

22

Christian Love: Critique of traditional interpretations and search for a new ontology of love, dissertation by Herta Pauly (copyrighted 1953)