Guide to the George T. Romani (1917-1977) Papers

Collection Title: George T. Romani (1917-1977) Papers
Dates: 1935-1977
Identification: 11/3/16/5
Creator: Romani, George T. (George Thomas), 1917-1977
Extent: 11 Boxes
Language of Materials: English
Abstract: The George T. Romani Papers comprise 11 boxes of material generated during his career as a college student and teacher, 1935-1977. The papers are divided into five general categories: Biographical Materials, Student Materials: University of California-Berkeley, Correspondence, Academic Files and Writings and Research. The bulk of the collection consists of his Academic Files which span Romani's thirty year career at Northwestern University, 1947-1977. His research focused on European history, particularly Italian cultural and intellectual history.
Acquisition Information: The George T. Romani Papers were donated to the University Archives by Professor Roman's widow, Mrs. Margaret Romani, on July 22, 1977. Two folders of George Romani's correspondence, 1952-1976, with his graduate students was separated from the history department's graduate student files by Professor Richard W. Leopold and transferred to the University Archives on September 9, 1988 as Accession #85-190. This correspondence was interfiled in the appropriate folders of correspondence in boxes four and five of the George T. Romani Papers. Two letters from Herbert Andrews to George Romani were donated to the University Archives by Herbert Andrews on October 17, 1986 (through the courtesy of Professor Richard W. Leopold) as Accession #86-202. They were interfiled in Box five, Folder two. Andrews' (Northwestern University Ph.D. 1964) doctoral dissertation was directed by Romani.
Processing Information: Elisabeth Wittman, November 1977. Additions processed by Alex Strauss, March 1998.
Conditions Governing Access: Access to the Romani Papers is by permission of the University Archivist only.
Repository: Northwestern University Archives
Deering Library, Room 110
1970 Campus Dr.
Evanston, IL, 60208-2300
URL: http://www.library.northwestern.edu/archives
Email: archives@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847-491-3354

Biographical/Historical Information

George Thomas Romani was born in San Francisco, California on March 7, 1917. Romani joined the faculty of Northwestern University in 1947, remaining until his death in 1977. His research focused on European history, particularly Italian cultural and intellectual history.

Romani's parents were Rose A. (nee Depaoli) and George Charles Romani. In 1937 he received a Bachelor of Arts with a major in history from the University of California-Berkeley. He then entered the graduate program at Berkeley, further developing his interest in European history, particularly intellectual and cultural history and modern Italian history. He received a Master of Arts in 1939. His master's thesis was entitled “The Franco-Italian Alliance 1858-1859”.

In 1942 Romani married Margaret W. Lorenz, who also attended the University of California-Berkeley as an English major. The Romanis had no children.

Romani joined the armed services in 1942 and was assigned to the United States Naval Training School at the University of Colorado, for an intensive one year study of Japanese. He then spent three years in the Pacific as a prisoner of war interrogator in the United States Naval Reserve, first as an Ensign and eventually as Lieutenant (j.g.). In 1946 he returned to civilian life and his studies at Berkeley. In June 1947 he received a PhD. in history from Berkeley. His doctoral dissertation was entitled, “The Neapolitan Revolution, 1820-1821: A Study of the Factors Explaining Its Failure”.

Romani joined the Northwestern University faculty as Instructor of History in 1947. He became an Assistant Professor in 1950, Associate Professor in 1954 and Professor in 1966. Roman's teaching fields reflected his major interests, European cultural and intellectual history, especially as they related to Italian influences. He taught a broad range of courses including: Early Modern Europe, Intellectual History of Europe, Diplomatic History of Europe, Historians and Historiography and other related courses and seminars.

In 1950 Romani's thesis was published as the sixth volume of the Northwestern University Press Social Studies Series. During the 1952-1953 academic year after being awarded a Fulbright Fellowship he studied “The Italian Cultural Scene in the Eighteenth Century” in Italy until he was forced to return to the United States in April 1953, after suffering an attack of amoebic enteritis. He continued his research, receiving various grants from Northwestern's Graduate School. In 1959-1960 he again went to Italy to study “Italian Culture in the Eighteenth Century and Its Influence Abroad” on a Guggenheim Fellowship. He also became an active member in the Society for Italian Historical Studies.

At Northwestern, Romani was involved in various departmental and university duties in addition to his regular teaching load. These included serving as Director of the M.A. Program and Fulbright Fellowships and College of Liberal Arts committees on Probation, the Humanities, the Social Sciences, Advising and Honors and faculty promotions. Additionally, he was a member of the selection committee for Region IX of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.

During the late 1960s and early 1970s Romani was plagued with numerous health problems that at times curtailed his teaching duties. On January 6, 1977 Romani suffered a massive heart attack in his home. He died later that day in Evanston Hospital and was buried in Inglewood, California.

Scope and Content

The George T. Romani Papers comprise 11 boxes of material generated during his career as a college student and teacher, 1935-1977. The papers are divided into five general categories: Biographical Materials, Student Materials: University of California-Berkeley, Correspondence, Academic Files and Writings and Research. The bulk of the collection consists of his Academic Files which span his thirty year career at Northwestern University, 1947-1977.

The Biographical Material, while not comprehensive, includes biographical data and some memorabilia. The General Correspondence reveals more detailed information of Romani's life. Included with the biographical material is a detailed account of an incident that occurred while Romani was in the Navy which was recorded at a later date for the Division of Naval History. The Guggenheim Fellowship material contains correspondence and miscellaneous items from his two applications for the grant and one receipt of the grant for the year 1959-1960.

The Student Materials: University of California-Berkeley comprise three boxes of Romani's class work, syllabi, notes, examinations and student papers from his undergraduate and graduate days at Berkeley, 1935-1946; with a gap 1942-1946 during his service in World War II. Also included are some materials from the courses for which Romani served as a Teaching Assistant, including B4, introductory European history.

The Correspondence is divided into two sections: General Correspondence and correspondence with Students. The General Correspondence consists primarily of letters between Romani and various friends and colleagues including a large amount of correspondence with his Northwestern colleagues Gray C. Boyce and Richard Brace. The correspondence with Boyce, Brace and other friends often includes long accounts concerned with their respective scholarly and academic circles as well as accounts of their personal experiences. The correspondence with Students reveals much about Romani's relations with his students, especially those graduate students with wharf he worked very closely. Some correspondence with students may also be found with the General Correspondence. Most letters of recommendations have been filed with his Academic Files.

The Academic Files are divided into five sections: Departmental Business, General Course Materials, Subject Files, Individual Course Materials and Student Materials. The Departmental Business files, arranged alphabetically by folder title, consist mainly of correspondence or memoranda. With the exception of one folder containing Romani's Teacher Evaluation for 1976, the titles refer to various committees or boards on which he served. The General Course materials are those that were used for several courses or for which a course title could not be determined. These have been arranged alphabetically by folder title. The Subject Files titles were established by Romani. These are not identified by course title.

The Individual Course materials include all materials that could be identified with a particular course. Some course numbers changed over the years, so both numbers are included with the title of the course. The Bachelor of Arts Program Lecture Notes are from an interdisciplinary course entitled “Bases of Social Life” for which Romani gave several class lectures. The balance of the course materials are arranged for each course in the following order: enrollment and statistics; book lists and bibliographies; syllabi, lecture notes and clippings; examinations, grades, correspondence and miscellaneous. The Summer Session and University College/ Evening Division course materials are arranged similarly, preceded by general correspondence. The last section, Student Materials includes Romani's Recommendations for students. Student Papers taken from materials relating to a particular course are also filed here.

The Writings and Research category is divided into two sections. Filed under Writings is material including publicity and reviews relating to the publication of Romani's book The Neapolitan Revolution of 1821-1821, published in 1950 as number six of the Northwestern University Press Social Studies Series. Book Reviews by Romani are filed with related correspondence, except for a detailed criticism of a book edited by Joseph S. Roucek prepared prior to the book's publication.

The Research section includes correspondence and miscellaneous materials related to Roman's Research Abroad, including his year study in Italy on a Fulbright Fellowship. The folders entitled Northwestern Studies in History, General Pepe and Society of Italian Historical Studies contain correspondence and notes. The Miscellaneous Research Notes include materials that could not be specifically identified with courses Romani taught or with a specific research project.

Two folders of George Romani's correspondence, 1952-1976, with his graduate students was separated from the history department's graduate student files by Professor Richard W. Leopold and transferred to the University Archives on September 9, 1988 as Accession #85-190. This correspondence was interfiled in the appropriate folders of correspondence in boxes four and five of the George T. Romani Papers.

Two letters from Herbert Andrews to George Romani were donated to the University Archives by Herbert Andrews on October 17, 1986 (through the courtesy of Professor Richard W. Leopold) as Accession #86-202. They were interfiled in Box five, Folder two. Andrews' (Northwestern University Ph.D. 1964) doctoral dissertation was directed by Romani.

Arrangement of Materials

The papers are divided into five general categories: Biographical Materials, Student Materials: University of California-Berkeley, Correspondence, Academic Files and Writings and Research.

Subjects

Corporate Name

Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.)--History

Personal Name

Boyce, Gray Cowan, 1899-1981

Brace, Richard M. (Richard Munthe), 1915-1977

Subjects

College teachers--Illinois--Evanston


Container List / Contents

  • Biographical Materials
    • General Biographical Materials., 1941-1977Box 1, Folder 1
    • Awa Maru (Personal reminiscence for Naval History), 1945Box 1, Folder 2
    • Guggenheim Fellowship, 1951-1959Box 1, Folder 3
  • Student Materials: University of California-Berkeley
    • Notebook-Description of Berkeley courses. CoursesBox 1, Folder 4
    • Russian Reader by Alexander Kaun., January 1935Box 1, Folder 5
    • Class Work, Russian 1A-B, Mr. Kaun., Spring 1935Box 1, Folder 6
    • Class Notes, History 147B, History of Central Europe, Professor Kerner., Fall 1936Box 1, Folder 7
    • Class Notes, Economics 106, Contemporary Theories of Social Reform, Mr. Landauer., Fall 1936Box 1, Folder 8
    • Class Work, Russian 103A-B, Mr. (Posin)., Fall 1936-1937Box 1, Folder 9
    • History 147B, History of the Near East, Professor Kerner., Spring 1937Box 1, Folder 10
    • Test, History 4A, History of Western Europe, Professor Howard M. Smyth., Spring 1937Box 1, Folder 11
    • Class Notes, History 145, Professor Franklin C. Palm., Summer Session 1937Box 1, Folder 12
    • Class Notes, History 121B, (later Mediaeval history), Professor Paul B. Schaeffer., Spring 1938Box 1, Folder 13
    • Class Notes, History 111B, (Rome), Professor John J. Van Nostrand., Spring 1938Box 1, Folder 14
    • Student Paper, History 241A, “The Affair of the Belgian Railways 1868-1869”, October 25, 1939Box 1, Folder 15
    • Class Notes, History 149B, (later Russian history)., (Spring) 1940Box 2, Folder 1
    • Class Notes, History 125, Mediaeval Institutions, Professor Ernst H. Kantorowicz., Intersession 1940Box 2, Folder 2
    • Class Notes, Professor De Los Rios., (Summer) 1940Box 2, Folder 3
    • Class Notes, Historiography, Professor F.M. Thompson., (Summer) 1940Box 2, Folder 4
    • Class Notes, Professor Franklin C. Palm., (Summer) 1940Box 2, Folder 5
    • Syllabus, History 4A, History of Western Europe, Professor Franklin C. Palm., Fall 1940Box 2, Folder 6
    • Syllabus, History 4B, History of Western Europe, Professor Howard M. Smyth., Fall 1940Box 2, Folder 7
    • Class Notes, History 4A-B, History of Western Europe, Professor Howard M. Smyth.., Spring 1941Box 2, Folder 8
    • Class Notes, History 142B, Professor Howard M. Smyth, Spring 1941Box 2, Folder 9
    • Class Notes, History 4A, History of Western Europe, Professor Franklin C. Palm., Fall 1941Box 2, Folder 10
    • Class Notes and Test, History 143A, (Germany), Professor Sontag., (Fall) 1941Box 2, Folder 11
    • Class Notes, History 144, (Diplomatic history), Professor Sontag., (Fall) 1941Box 2, Folder 12
    • Class Notes and Student Paper, History 242A (Seminar), “Italian Foreign Policy, December 1917-January 1919” Professor Howard M. Smyth., (Fall) 1941Box 2, Folder 13
    • Syllabus, History 145, The Revolutionary Era in Europe, Fall 1941Box 3, Folder 1
    • Class Notes, History 144B, (Diplomatic history), Professor Sontag., 1942Box 3, Folder 2
    • Syllabus, History 141, France 1789-1815: The Revolution and Napoleonic Era, Professor Franklin C. Palm., Summer 1946Box 3, Folder 3
    • Syllabus, History 19A, Development of Asiatic Civilizations, to the 16th Century, Professor Bingham., Fall 1946Box 3, Folder 4
    • Book Report, History 4B, History of Western Europe, Professor Paul B. Schaeffer., Fall 1946Box 3, Folder 5
    • Syllabus, History 101, Professor Howard M. Smyth., Fall 1946Box 3, Folder 6
    • Charts and Outlines for United States History Part II, From 1865 by Lawrence A. Harper. Reprinted, April 1947Box 3, Folder 7
    • Class Notes, History 129, (Later Middle Ages), Professor Kantor., n.d.Box 3, Folder 8
    • Class Notes, History 146, Europe Since 1870: Spread of the Bourgeois System, Professor Franklin C. Palm., n.d.Box 3, Folder 9
    • Class Notes, History 4B, History of Western Europe, Professor Paul B. Schaeffer., n.d.Box 3, Folder 10
    • Reading Notes, History 122, Mediaeval Culture, Professor Paul B. Schaeffer., n.d.Box 3, Folder 11
    • Class Notes, History 122, Mediaeval Culture, Professor Paul B. Schaeffer., n.d.Box 3, Folder 12
    • Reading Notes, Representative Movements in the 14th and 15th Centuries, Professor Paul b. Schaeffer., n.d.Box 3, Folder 13
    • Class Notes, History 113, Colonization, Professor John J. Van Nostrand., n.dBox 3, Folder 14
    • Class Notes, Ancient and Mediaeval Culture, Professors John J. Van Nostrand and Paul B. Schaeffer., n.d.Box 3, Folder 15
    • Bibliography, Professor John J. Van Nostrand., n.d.Box 3, Folder 16
    • French 109A, Survey of French Literature and Civilization., n.d.Box 3, Folder 17
    • Reading Lists, History 17B, (United States history)., n.d.Box 4, Folder 1
    • Class Notes, History 121, (Early Middle Ages)., n.d.Box 4, Folder 2
    • Test., n.d.Box 4, Folder 3
  • Correspondence
    • General Correspondence, 1946-1947Box 4, Folder 4
    • General Correspondence, 1948-1950Box 4, Folder 5
    • General Correspondence, 1951-1952Box 4, Folder 6
    • General Correspondence, 1953-1954Box 4, Folder 7
    • General Correspondence, 1955Box 4, Folder 8
    • General Correspondence, 1956-1957Box 4, Folder 9
    • General Correspondence, 1958-1960Box 5, Folder 1
    • General Correspondence, 1961-1976Box 5, Folder 2
    • Correspondence with Students
      • Joel Berlatsky, 1966-1969Box 5, Folder 3
      • John F. Binder, 1971Box 5, Folder 4
      • Geoffrey Brace, 1963-1968Box 5, Folder 5
      • Robert C. Braddock, 1968-1969Box 5, Folder 6
      • Daniel A. Britz, 1960-1961Box 5, Folder 7
      • Peter Celms, 1962-1966Box 5, Folder 8
      • Thomas E. Dubin, 1963-1969Box 5, Folder 9
      • John L. Eicklor, 1963-1966Box 5, Folder 10
      • G. Hewett Joiner, 1966-1971Box 5, Folder 11
      • William Kirchner, 1962-1972Box 5, Folder 12
      • Paul A. Klevgard, 1969Box 5, Folder 13
      • Helen Liebel-Weickovicz, 1961-1971Box 5, Folder 14
      • Douglass McNeally, 1952-1965Box 5, Folder 15
      • Pennie Marx, 1961-1963Box 5, Folder 16
      • Terence R. Murphy and Alan E. O'Day, 1967-1969Box 5, Folder 17
      • Irvin E. Oesterreich, 1965-1966Box 5, Folder 18
      • Jonathan Pearl, 1967Box 5, Folder 19
      • Richard M. D. Piazza, 1962-1964Box 5, Folder 20
      • Janes D. Qualben, 1967Box 5, Folder 21
      • Peter Reill, 1962-1971Box 5, Folder 22
      • Joel Samaha, 1968-1970Box 5, Folder 23
      • Kay Shevlin-Pierce, 1967-1968Box 5, Folder 24
      • Ellen Taylor, 1958-1963Box 5, Folder 25
      • Ellen Templeton-Bauder, 1961-1963Box 5, Folder 26
      • John T. Vander Heide, 1958-1968Box 6, Folder 1
      • Michael Weisser, 1970Box 6, Folder 2
  • Academic Files
    • Departmental Business
      • General Correspondence and Memoranda, 1954-1976Box 6, Folder 3
      • Advanced Placement, 1957-1958Box 6, Folder 4
      • Fellowships and Scholarships, 1957-1975Box 6, Folder 5
      • Graduate Examinations, Correspondence, 1948-1976Box 6, Folder 6
      • Graduate Examinations and Notes, 1948-1967Box 6, Folder 7
      • Committee on Honors, 1949-1959Box 6, Folder 8
      • NDEA (National Defense Education Act) Fund, 1967Box 6, Folder 9
      • Sylvie Romanowski, Committee on Promotion, 1971-1975Box 6, Folder 10
      • Teacher Evaluation, George T. Romani, 1976Box 6, Folder 11
      • Undergraduate Program, Organizing, 1972-1973Box 6, Folder 12
      • Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, 1964-1967Box 6, Folder 13
    • Course Materials
      • General
        • Bibliographies, c.1947-1977Box 6, Folder 14
        • ClippingsBox 6, Folder 15
        • Grade Sheets, 1948-1972Box 7, Folder 1
        • Grade Book, 1950-1957Box 7, Folder 2
        • MapsBox 7, Folder 3
        • Miscellaneous Notes, c.1947-1977Box 7, Folder 4
      • Subject Files
        • Alberti, c.1947-1977Box 7, Folder 5
        • Cavour-Napoleon, c.1947-1977Box 7, Folder 6
        • Richard Dalton, c.1947-1977Box 7, Folder 7
        • Massimo d'Azeglio, 1966Box 7, Folder 8
        • Italy Lecture, c.1947-1977Box 7, Folder 9
        • Reformation, c.1947-1977Box 7, Folder 10
        • Arnold Toynbee, 1954-1957Box 7, Folder 11
      • Individual Courses
        • Lecture Notes, Bachelor of Arts Program, c. 1947-1949Box 7, Folder 12
        • AlO, Western Civilization
          • Enrollments and Statistics, 1957-1958Box 7, Folder 13
          • Syllabi, 1955-1969Box 7, Folder 14
          • Lecture Notes, Organization, 1955-1956Box 7, Folder 15
          • Lecture Notes, c.1955-1969Box 7, Folder 16
          • Lecture Notes, c.1955-1969Box 7, Folder 17
          • Lecture Notes, c.1955-1969Box 7, Folder 18
          • Lecture Notes, c.1955-1969Box 7, Folder 19
          • Lecture Notes, c.1955-1969Box 8, Folder 1
          • Examinations, 1955-1968Box 8, Folder 2
          • Grades, 1953-1967Box 8, Folder 3
          • Correspondence and Miscellaneous, 1955-1966Box 8, Folder 4
        • B4/40, Early Modern Europe
          • Syllabi, 1947-1962Box 8, Folder 5
          • Lecture Notes, c.1947-1977Box 8, Folder 6
          • Lecture Notes, c.1947-1977Box 8, Folder 7
          • Lecture Notes, c.1947-1977Box 8, Folder 8
          • Lecture Notes, c.1947-1977Box 8, Folder 9
          • ClippingsBox 8, Folder 10
          • Examinations, 1947-1958Box 8, Folder 11
          • Grades, 1947-1959Box 8, Folder 12
        • C30, Intellectual History of Europe
          • Syllabi, 1948-1974Box 8, Folder 13
          • Lecture Notes, c.1948-1977Box 8, Folder 14
          • Lecture Notes, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 1
          • Lecture Notes,, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 2
          • Lecture Notes, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 3
          • Lecture Notes, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 4
          • Lecture Notes, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 5
          • Lecture Notes, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 6
          • Lecture Notes, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 7
          • Lecture Notes, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 8
          • Lecture Notes, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 9
          • Lecture Notes, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 10
          • Lecture Notes, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 11
          • Lecture Notes, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 12
          • Clippings.Box 9, Folder 13
          • Examinations, 1948-1974Box 9, Folder 14
          • Grades, 1947-1973Box 9, Folder 15
          • Miscellaneous Materials, c.1948-1977Box 9, Folder 16
        • C38/48, Diplomatic History of Europe In the 19th Century
          • Syllabi, 1950-1954Box 9, Folder 17
          • Book Lists, 1948Box 9, Folder 18
          • Lecture Notes, c.1947-1977Box 9, Folder 19
          • ClippingsBox 10, Folder 1
          • Examinations, 1948-1954Box 10, Folder 2
          • Grades, 1948-1950Box 10, Folder 3
        • C42,Europe in the 18th Century
          • Syllabi, 1963-1964Box 10, Folder 4
          • Grades, 1962-1963Box 10, Folder 5
        • C50, Recent Europe and the World
          • Lecture Notes, c.1947-1977Box 10, Folder 6
          • Clippings.Box 10, Folder 7
        • C62, Hanovarian England (1714-1830)
          • Syllabi, 1976-1977Box 10, Folder 8
          • Lecture Notes, c.1976-1977Box 10, Folder 9
        • C90, Historians and Historiography
          • Syllabi, 1948-1963Box 10, Folder 10
          • Lecture Notes, c.1947-1977Box 10, Folder 11
          • Lecture Notes, c.1947-1977Box 10, Folder 12
          • Clippings.Box 10, Folder 13
          • Examinations, 1948-1962Box 10, Folder 14
          • Grades, 1948-1963Box 10, Folder 15
        • C92, Topics in History
          • Syllabi, 1970-1974,Box 10, Folder 16
          • Grades, 1971-1973Box 10, Folder 17
        • C98/100, Undergraduate Seminar
          • Miscellaneous Materials, 1949-1950Box 10, Folder 18
          • Grades, 1948-1965Box 10, Folder 19
        • Dl/10, Introduction to Historical Research
          • Bibliographies, 1956Box 10, Folder 20
          • Bibliographies and Miscellaneous, 1950-1955Box 10, Folder 21
          • Clippings.Box 10, Folder 22
          • Grade, n.d.Box 10, Folder 23
        • D32, The Literature of European History of the 18th Century
          • Syllabi, 1966-1974Box 10, Folder 24
          • Grades, 1964-1973Box 10, Folder 25
        • D92, Topics in History
          • Syllabi, 1971-1973Box 10, Folder 26
          • Grades, 1970-1973Box 10, Folder 27
        • E1/10, Seminar in Historiography
          • Syllabi, 1949-1967Box 10, Folder 28
          • Lecture Notes and Miscellaneous, c.1947-1977Box 10, Folder 29
          • Grades, 1957-1968Box 10, Folder 30
      • Sumner Session
        • Correspondence, 1951-1956Box 10, Folder 31
        • B4/40, Early Modern Europe, Examinations, 1948Box 10, Folder 32
        • B4/40, Early Modern Europe, Grades, 1948Box 10, Folder 33
        • C30, Intellectual History of Europe, Syllabi, 1948-1961Box 10, Folder 34
        • C30, Intellectual History of Europe, Examinations, 1948-1961Box 10, Folder 35
        • C30, Intellectual History of Europe, Grades, 1948-1957Box 10, Folder 36
        • C42, Europe in the 18th Century, Syllabi, 1964Box 10, Folder 37
        • C50, Recent Europe and the World, Syllabi, 1956Box 10, Folder 38
      • University College/Evening Division
        • Correspondence, 1948-1957Box 10, Folder 39
        • Non-Credit Lecture Course: American Foreign Policy in a Changing World, 1950Box 11, Folder 1
        • Al/10, Western Civilization, Syllabi, 1954-1957Box 11, Folder 2
        • Al/10, Western Civilization, Examinations, 1954-1956Box 11, Folder 3
        • Al/10, Western Civilization, Grades, 1954-1956Box 11, Folder 4
        • C30, Intellectual History of Europe, Syllabi, 1955-1958Box 11, Folder 5
        • C30, Intellectual History of Europe, Examinations, 1948-1956Box 11, Folder 6
        • C30, Intellectual History of Europe, Grades, 1947-1954Box 11, Folder 7
        • C38, Diplomatic History of Europe in the 19th Century, Syllabi, 1949-1950Box 11, Folder 8
        • C38, Diplomatic History of Europe in the 19th Century, Grades, 1949-1950Box 11, Folder 9
        • C50, Recent Europe and the World, Examinations, 1948-1954Box 11, Folder 10
        • C50, Recent Europe and the World, Grades, 1948-1954Box 11, Folder 11
      • Student Materials
        • Recommendations, 1948-1959Box 11, Folder 12
        • Recommendations, 1960-1975Box 11, Folder 13
        • C30, Intellectual History of Europe, Student Papers, 1951Box 11, Folder 14
        • C90, Historians and Historiography, Student Papers, 1960Box 11, Folder 15
        • El/10, Seminar in Historiography, Student Papers, 1948-1949Box 11, Folder 16
  • Writings and Research
    • Writings
      • Book Publication, Correspondence and Miscellaneous, 1948-1968Box 11, Folder 17
      • Book Reviews of The Neapolitan. Revolution of 1820-1821, 1950-1951Box 11, Folder 18
      • Book Reviews by George T. Romani, with related Correspondence, 1948-1974Box 11, Folder 19
      • Report on History of Historiography edited by Joseph S. Roucek for the Dryden Press, 1950Box 11, Folder 20
      • Speech to Graduate Club, December 4, 1953Box 11, Folder 21
    • Research
      • Research Abroad, Correspondence and Miscellaneous, 1951-1955Box 11, Folder 22
      • Northwestern Studies in History, 1957-1962Box 11, Folder 23
      • General Pepe, 1955Box 11, Folder 24
      • Society for Italian Historical Studies, 1955-1957Box 11, Folder 25
      • Miscellaneous, Research Notes, 1957Box 11, Folder 26
      • Miscellaneous Research. Notes, n.d.Box 11, Folder 27
      • Miscellaneous Research Notes, n.d.Box 11, Folder 28