Guide to the Franklin D. Scott (1901-1994) Papers

Collection Title: Franklin D. Scott (1901-1994) Papers
Dates: 1923-1988
Identification: 11/3/16/9
Creator: Scott, Franklin D. (Franklin Daniel), 1901-1994
Extent: 11 Boxes
Language of Materials: English
Abstract: Scott joined the faculty at Northwestern University in 1935, where he remained until his retirement in 1969. Scott's research interests included Sweden and Scandinavia. Upon retiring, Scott became the curator of Nordic Collections at the Honnold Library at Pomona College. Scott died in 1994. The Franklin D. Scott Papers, spanning the years from 1923 through 1982, comprise eight boxes and are arranged in six sub-series: biographical materials, correspondence, teaching materials, meetings materials, speeches, and writings.
Acquisition Information: Franklin D. Scott donated the bulk of this series to the University Archives in five accessions from 1975 through 1983 (Accession #75-8, #78-62, #81-188, #81-222, and #83-1). A sixth accession, #81-102, was donated to the University Archives by Wesley M. Westerberg in 1981.
Processing Information: William K. Beatty; February-April, 1983.
Separated Materials: None.
Conditions Governing Access: None.
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

Historian Franklin Daniel Scott was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on July 4, 1901, the second son of George Harvey and Mary (Cole) Scott. Scott joined the faculty at Northwestern University in 1935, where he remained until his retirement in 1969. Scott's research interests included Sweden and Scandinavia. Upon retiring, Scott became the curator of Nordic Collections at the Honnold Library at Pomona College. Scott died in 1994.

After attending several colleges, required by his father's faculty appointments, Scott took both a Ph.D. in social sciences (1923) and an M.A. in American history (1924) from the University of Chicago. He then taught history for two years at the Jacksonville (Illinois) High School and for three years at Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa. Between 1928 and 1932 Scott attended Harvard, taking an M.A. (1929) and a Ph.D. (1932) in European history. During 1930-1931 he was a traveling fellow of the American Scandinavian Foundation in Stockholm.

From 1932 to 1935 Scott taught history at Superior State Teachers' College, Superior, Wisconsin (now the University of Wisconsin-Superior). He joined the faculty of Northwestern University in 1935 as an assistant professor of history and from 1937 to 1938 held a joint appointment as assistant professor of correlation courses. Promoted to associate professor of history and correlation courses in 1938, Scott held this rank until 1943 when he was appointed professor of history. Scott retired from the Northwestern faculty and was appointed professor emeritus in 1969. After leaving Northwestern, Scott moved to Claremont, California, where he became curator of the Nordic Collections at the Honnold Library of Pomona College.

A specialist in the history of Sweden, Scott made over a dozen trips to that and other Scandinavian countries. He wrote widely on Scandinavian affairs, especially migration, for scholarly and popular journals as well as for encyclopedias. Scott also authored many books and monographs and scores of book reviews. His first book, Bernadotte and the Fall of Napoleon (Harvard, 1935) was translated into Swedish in 1937. Harvard also published his The United States and Scandinavia (1950) which appeared in a revised edition as Scandinavia (1975). Scott edited A Pictorial History of Northwestern University, 1851-1951 (1951). He also authored The American Experience of Swedish Students, Retrospect and Aftermath (University of Minnesota Press, 1956); Wertmuller–Artist and Immigrant Farmer (Swedish Pioneer Historical Society, 1963); and Sweden: the Nation's History (University of Minnesota Press, 1977). Prentice-Hall published his anthology, World Migration in Modern Times, in 1968. Scott translated and edited several Scandinavian texts and from 1967 to 1974 he edited the Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly.

On May 30, 1925, Scott married Helen Giddings. The couple had one child, Mary Karin, born August 9, 1937.

In 1952 Sweden decorated Scott with the Order of the North Star. Finland awarded him the Order of the White Rose in 1967. In 1970 Uppsala University conferred on Scott the honorary degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

Scope and Content

The Franklin D. Scott Papers, spanning the years from 1923 through 1982, comprise eight boxes and are arranged in six sub-series: biographical materials, correspondence, teaching materials, meetings materials, speeches, and writings.

Biographical materials, arranged in seven folders, include curricula vitae, bibliographies, newspaper clippings, press releases, ephemera, and correspondence pertaining to a festschrift published in Scott's honor as well as a fifteen page typescript, “Some Reminiscences of the Northwestern History Department in the Years 1935-1942.”

Correspondence is arranged in both general and subject categories. General correspondence, arranged chronologically by date, spans the period 1927-1981 and pertains mainly to Scott's publications. Subject correspondence, arranged chronologically by date within topical folders, mainly concerns manuscripts read and critiqued by Scott for various publishers as well as some of Scott's own publications including World Migration in Modern Times. A few folders dealing with grant proposals and Scott's consulting work on educational audiovisuals also are located here.

The teaching materials, dating from 1934 to 1965 and filling about two boxes, pertain mainly to the major courses Scott taught at Northwestern: Europe in the twentieth century and the expansion of Europe from ancient to modern times. Much of the teaching materials are in the form of rough notes for lectures although occasional exam sheets, class schedules, reading lists, and student papers also are included. A few folders from Scott's courses at Superior State Teacher's College also may be found here and are located at the front of the sub-series. The Northwestern teaching materials are arranged in folders sequentially according to course number and chronologically within folders.

The meetings materials are devoted primarily to the meetings at which Scott served as moderator rather than speaker. These folders include correspondence with speakers and notes on their manuscripts. Scott served as program chairman for the annual meeting of the American Historical Association held in Chicago in 1959; correspondence, notes, and drafts of meeting schedules pertaining to the meeting are located here.

The speeches include notes and texts for Scott's addresses as well as correspondence relating to his speaking engagements. Scott presented most of these speeches before scholarly organizations although a few were delivered to lay and business groups.

The writings sub-series fills more than three boxes and consists mainly of drafts of articles for encyclopedias and journals, related correspondence and notes, reviews, the annotated typescript of Scandinavia, and correspondence concerning The American Experience of Swedish Students.

Addition 1, Box 9

This two-folder addition consists of correspondence of Franklin D. Scott concerning a festschrift for Leland Henry Carlson (1971-1976), and of correspondence with Gray Boyce (1954-1977).

Addition 2, Boxes 10-11

This addition to the Franklin D. Scott Papers fills two boxes. The addition consists of correspondence, class syllabi, a speech, publications, and material relating to organizations which Scott belonged.

The bulk of the addition is comprised of correspondence, divided into two categories: general correspondence, arranged chronologically by date, and subject correspondence, arranged alphabetically by folder title and chronologically by date within folders. The subject correspondence forms the majority of the correspondence and is mainly with Scott's colleagues.

One folder contains syllabi from classes that Scott taught at Northwestern.

Scott's speech, “Where is Sweden heading„ was delivered in 1984 at a conference sponsored by the Swedish Information Service.

Four folders contain Scott's publications concerning subjects such as Scandinavia and Scandinavian immigration to America. The Baltic Study Conference and the Advancement of Scandinavian Study were organizations for which Scott chaired panels at and gave keynote addresses at their meeting.

Subjects

Corporate Name

Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Department of History

Geographical Name

Europe--History--Study and teaching

Scandinavia

Personal Name

Scott, Franklin D. (Franklin Daniel), 1901-1994

Subjects

College teachers--Illinois--Evanston


Container List / Contents

  • Biographical
    • Personal Data, 1946-1981Box 1, Folder 1
    • “Some Reminiscences of the Northwestern History Department in the Years 1935-1942”, 1935-1942Box 1, Folder 2
    • Bibliographies, 1952-1981Box 1, Folder 3
    • Clippings, Oct. 31, 1939-Dec. 3, 1981Box 1, Folder 4
    • News Releases, Jul. 9, 1952-Dec. 17, 1962Box 1, Folder 5
    • Programs, Jan. 8, 1938-Oct. 31, 1981Box 1, Folder 6
    • Festschrift, Correspondence, July 17, 1972-Sept. 1, 1973Box 1, Folder 7
    • Family, 1934; 1968Box 1, Folder 8
  • Correspondence
    • General, Apr 30, 1927-Nov 12, 1971Box 1, Folder 9
    • Carnegie Endowment, 1955Box 1, Folder 10
    • Ethnic/Immigration Archive of Sonoma State College, Oct. 24, 1976-Oct. 7, 1978Box 1, Folder 11
    • Films, "Encyclopedia Britannica", June 3, 1948-June 16, 1950Box 1, Folder 12
    • Films, Singer, Nov. 7, 1973-Apr. 7, 1974Box 1, Folder 13
    • Grant Proposals, Feb. 15, 1940Box 1, Folder 14
    • Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups, July 8, 1977-Jan. 14, 1978Box 1, Folder 15
    • Princeton University Press, Sept. 7, 1949-Oct. 25, 1960Box 1, Folder 16
    • Rinehart and Company, Aug. 27-Sept. 4, 1956Box 1, Folder 17
    • Rutgers University Press, Jan. 19-July 9, 1960; Jan. 21-Oct. 14, 1964Box 1, Folder 18
    • Southern Illinois University Press, Sept. 23, 1980-Jan. 2, 1981Box 1, Folder 19
    • Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, May 22, 1972-Oct. 5, 1980Box 1, Folder 20
    • University of Minnesota Press, Sept. 8-26, 1963Box 1, Folder 21
    • Wadsworth Publishing Company, Dec. 4, 1968-Sept. 30, 1969Box 1, Folder 22
    • "World Migration in Modern Times", Sept. 2, 1962-Dec. 2, 1968Box 1, Folder 23
  • Teaching Materials
    • Superior State Teachers College, History, Reference Material, 1934-1935Box 1, Folder 24
    • Superior State Teachers College, History, Lecture Notes, 1934-1935Box 2, Folder 1
    • “College of the Air”, Summer, 1934Box 2, Folder 2
    • History C50, Schedules and Miscellaneous, 1951, 1956; 1959Box 2, Folder 3
    • History C50, Lecture Notes, Aftermath of War, 1949-50Box 2, Folder 4
    • History C50, Lecture Notes, Establishing Peace, 1963Box 2, Folder 5
    • History C50, Lecture Notes, Trends of Thought, 1938-1963Box 2, Folder 6
    • History C50, Lecture Notes, Mid-Twentieth Century, 1951-1963Box 2, Folder 7
    • History C50, Lecture Notes, Germany, 1952-1963Box 2, Folder 8
    • History C59, Lecture Notes, Integration of Europe, 1956-1963Box 2, Folder 9
    • History C59, Lecture Notes, European Economic Community, 1961-1962Box 2, Folder 10
    • History C50, Lecture Notes, Problems of Small Nations, 1950Box 2, Folder 11
    • History C50, Lecture Notes, Democracy, 1962-1963Box 2, Folder 12
    • History C50, Lecture Notes, North American Treaty Organization, 1950-1952Box 2, Folder 13
    • History C50, Lecture Notes, Nationalism, 1949; 1961Box 2, Folder 14
    • History C63, Bibliography, 1938-1963Box 2, Folder 15
    • History C53, Organization, 1956; 1963-1965Box 2, Folder 16
    • History C53, Lecture 1, 1941-1963Box 2, Folder 17
    • History C53, Lecture 2, 1947-1965Box 2, Folder 18
    • History C53, Lecture 4, 1946-1963Box 3, Folder 1
    • History C53, Lecture 5, 1963Box 3, Folder 2
    • History C53, Lecture 6, 1963Box 3, Folder 3
    • History C53, Lecture 7, 1963Box 3, Folder 4
    • History C53, Lecture 8, 1938-1963Box 3, Folder 5
    • History C53, Lecture 9, 1938-1959Box 3, Folder 6
    • History C53, Lecture 10, 1936-1963Box 3, Folder 7
    • History C53, Lecture 11, 1936-1951Box 3, Folder 8
    • History C53, Lecture 12, 1946Box 3, Folder 9
    • History C53, Lecture 13, 1949; 1963Box 3, Folder 10
    • History C53, Lecture 14, 1938-1949Box 3, Folder 11
    • History C53, Lecture 15, 1939-1964Box 3, Folder 12
    • History C53, Lecture 16, 1939-1964Box 3, Folder 13
    • History C53, Lecture 17, 1938-1963Box 3, Folder 14
    • History C53, Lecture 18, n.d.Box 3, Folder 15
    • History C53, Spring, 1959Box 3, Folder 16
    • History C53, Exams, 1939-1964Box 3, Folder 17
    • History D10, Reading List, n.d.Box 3, Folder 18
    • History E50, Notes and Student Papers, 1964Box 3, Folder 19
    • History UC 71, Notes, 1936-1960Box 3, Folder 20
    • Bachelor of Arts Program, Modern Society, 1938-1946Box 3, Folder 21
    • Modern Europe, Heritage of Europe in 1815, 1945-1963Box 3, Folder 22
    • Modern Europe, Program of Reaction, 1938-1945Box 3, Folder 23
    • Modern Europe, Concert of Europe, n.d.Box 3, Folder 24
    • Modern Europe, Romanticism, 1937-1944Box 3, Folder 25
    • Modern Europe, Industrial Revolution, 1937-1958Box 3, Folder 26
    • Modern Europe, Liberalism and Laissez Faire, 1939-1963Box 3, Folder 27
    • Modern Europe, Political Reform and Democracy, 1938-1946Box 3, Folder 28
    • Modern Europe, Humanitarianism, 1945Box 3, Folder 29
    • Modern Europe, Nationalism, 1937-1949Box 3, Folder 30
    • Modern Europe, Revolution, 1939-1940Box 3, Folder 31
    • Modern Europe, New Art, Science, and Philosophy, 1941-1944Box 3, Folder 32
    • Modern Europe, Europe Rebuilt, 1938-1963Box 3, Folder 33
    • Modern Europe, Growth of Industry, 1936-1954Box 3, Folder 34
    • Modern Europe, Tension Between Nations, 1938-1963Box 4, Folder 1
    • Modern Europe, Trends in Culture, 1939-1946Box 4, Folder 2
    • Modern Europe, War in Trenches and on Seas, 1939-1963Box 4, Folder 3
    • Modern Europe, Treaty Foundations for a New Order, n.d.Box 4, Folder 4
    • Modern Europe, Reparations and Disarmament, 1936-1939Box 4, Folder 5
    • Modern Europe, Post-War Disruption of World Economy, 1939-1963Box 4, Folder 6
    • Modern Europe, Nationalism Intensified, 1936-1946Box 4, Folder 7
    • Modern Europe, Democracy in Travail, 1936-1945Box 4, Folder 8
    • Modern Europe, Restlessness in the Far East, 1939Box 4, Folder 9
    • Modern Europe, Return to Arms, 1936-1939Box 4, Folder 10
    • Modern Europe, Where Are We?, n.d.Box 4, Folder 11
    • Modern Europe, Civil Affairs Training School, 1944Box 4, Folder 12
    • Modern Europe, Correlation A2, Outline, n.d.Box 4, Folder 13
    • Modern Europe, History of the 19th and 20th Centuries, 1938-1951Box 4, Folder 14
    • Interuniversity Seminar of Cultural Interchange, 1952Box 4, Folder 15
    • American Historical Association, 1955 Meeting, Oct. 15, 1955-Jan. 27, 1956Box 4, Folder 16
  • Meetings
    • American Historical Association, Program Committee for 1959 Meeting, 1958- Feb. 1, 1960Box 4, Folder 17
    • American Historical Association, Cttee to Search for Records of Modern European History Section of AHA, Jan. 19- Dec.1938Box 4, Folder 18
    • American Historical Association, Pacific Coast Branch, Mar. 4, 1963-Aug. 22, 1974Box 4, Folder 19
    • Midwest Conf in West European and Atlantic Studies, Dec. 16, 1965-Jan. 31, 1966Box 4, Folder 20
    • Conference on Migration in Africa (African Research Committee), Oct. 20, 1965-Feb. 7, 1967Box 4, Folder 21
    • Social Science Research Council, Seminar on Cultural Interchange, June-July, 1952Box 4, Folder 22
    • Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study, Mar. 5, 1971-May 14, 1979Box 4, Folder 23
    • “Sweden Week,” Seattle, Jan. 12-May 28, 1976Box 4, Folder 24
    • Swedish Heritage in the Upper Midwest, Duluth, 1975-1976Box 4, Folder 25
    • Swedish Migration, Evanston and Chicago, Jan. 27-Feb. 1, 1962Box 5, Folder 1
    • University Teachers in Scandinavian Studies, 1974-1978Box 5, Folder 2
  • Addresses
    • “Boyce, Gray”, May 13, 1967Box 5, Folder 3
    • “Cultural Impact of the U.S. on Foreign Countries Realized through the Graduate Training of Foreign Students in the U.S.”, March 29, 1960Box 5, Folder 4
    • “The Cultured North”, March 19, 1934Box 5, Folder 5
    • “An Epitome of Northwestern University”, 1956; 1959Box 5, Folder 6
    • “Fact, Threat and Effect of Emigration on Sweden”, 1954-1956Box 5, Folder 7
    • “The Heritage of Two Continents”, May 4, 1962Box 5, Folder 8
    • “Interdependence and American Policy”, n.d.Box 5, Folder 9
    • “Literature in Periodicals of Protest of Swedish America”, July 31, 1964-June 21, 1965Box 5, Folder 10
    • “The Meaning of the American Civil War”, Nov. 21, 1957Box 5, Folder 11
    • “Migration in the Dynamics of History”, March 20, 1965Box 5, Folder 12
    • “On the Mobility of the North and the Building of the Middle West”, April 3, 1965Box 5, Folder 13
    • “The Nordic Collections at the Honnold Library”, May 7, 1977Box 5, Folder 14
    • “The Nordic Common Front”, May 3, 1969Box 5, Folder 15
    • “The Role of the University in the African Revolution”, March 18, 1969Box 5, Folder 16
    • “Scandinavia Revisited”, Oct., 1967Box 5, Folder 17
    • “Scandinavian Repatriates”, April 26, 1958Box 5, Folder 18
    • “Study of the Effects of Emigration”, n.d.Box 5, Folder 19
    • “The Treatment of the Immigration Theme Within the Framework of the National Groups”, Jan. 1960Box 5, Folder 20
    • “What Does It Mean?”, June 2, 1964Box 5, Folder 21
    • Radio Broadcasts, Oct. 25, 1942-Dec. 15, 1943; March-April, 1967Box 5, Folder 22
  • Writings: Books
    • "The United States and Scandinavia", Miscellaneous Notes, Pages of Text, and Corrections, 1955Box 5, Folder 23
    • "Scandinavia", 1975 (revised edition of "The United States and Scandinavia", 1950), Typescript Marked by Publisher, pp. 1-150, 1975Box 5, Folder 24
    • "Scandinavia", 1975, pp. 151-300, 1975Box 6, Folder 1
    • "Scandinavia", 1975 pp. 301-443, 1975Box 6, Folder 2
    • "Scandinavia", 1975 pp. 444-end, 1975Box 6, Folder 3
    • "Experiences of Swedish Students in America", 1954, 1954-1956Box 6, Folder 4
    • Unpublished, "Europe Since 1815", Table of Contents and Drafts of Two Chapters, 1946Box 6, Folder 5
    • "Dictionary of American Biography", “William Kalls Morrison,” Text and Correspondence, June 9, 1923-Jan. 23, 1926Box 6, Folder 6
    • "Dictionary of Scandinavian History", Jean B.J. Bernadotte, 1960; 1981Box 6, Folder 7
    • "Encyclopedia Americana", 1967; 1969Box 6, Folder 8
    • "Encyclopedia Britannica", General, ca. 1940Box 6, Folder 9
    • "Encyclopedia Britannica", “Denmark”, 1945-1947Box 6, Folder 10
    • "Encyclopedia Britannica", “Finland”, 1945-1946; 1948; 1950Box 6, Folder 11
    • "Encyclopedia Britannica", “Greenland”, 1945-1950Box 6, Folder 12
    • "Encyclopedia Britannica", “Iceland”, 1945-1951Box 6, Folder 13
    • "Encyclopedia Britannica", “Norway”, 1945-1950Box 7, Folder 1
    • "Encyclopedia Britannica", “Sweden”, n.d.Box 7, Folder 2
    • "World Book", 1960Box 7, Folder 3
  • Writings: Articles
    • “Cultural Interchange in Scandinavia”, 1948Box 7, Folder 4
    • “On the Dual Heritage of Scandinavian-Americans”, 1969Box 7, Folder 5
    • “Emigration and Immigration”, 1961-1962Box 7, Folder 6
    • “Estonia Today”, 1981Box 7, Folder 7
    • “Glimpses from the Travel Letters of Baron Axel Adelsward, 1855-1856”, 1956-1969Box 7, Folder 8
    • “Gosselman”, 1956Box 7, Folder 9
    • “Gustav V Audience”, n.d.Box 7, Folder 10
    • Foreword to “From Isolationism to Involvement”, n.d.Box 7, Folder 11
    • “Soren Jaabaek, the Man, His Paper, and His Ideas”, 1951Box 7, Folder 12
    • “Letterstedt”, n.d.Box 7, Folder 13
    • “NATO Study Guide”, 1951-1952Box 7, Folder 14
    • “The Peopling of America”, 1970-1972Box 7, Folder 15
    • “Research on Students from Abroad”, 1956Box 7, Folder 16
    • “Scandinavia and the War”, 1939Box 7, Folder 17
    • “The Study of the Effects of Emigration”, Jan. 26-Oct. 30, 1961Box 7, Folder 18
    • “Sweden's Constructive Opposition to Emigration”, 1964Box 7, Folder 19
    • “Sweden's Political Crisis, 1957”, 1957Box 7, Folder 20
    • “The Swedish Students' Image of the United States,” Correspondence, May 4, 1954-July 5, 1955Box 7, Folder 21
    • “Three Days in Visby”, n.d.Box 7, Folder 22
    • “U.S. Influence on Norwegian Law”, n.d.Box 7, Folder 23
    • “The Westergaard Program and the Nordic Collections in Claremont”, 1980Box 7, Folder 24
    • “Howard Wilson Memorial Service,” UCLA, Oct. 2, 1966Box 7, Folder 25
  • Other Writings
    • Miscellaneous, 1937-1960Box 8, Folder 1
    • Poetry, Miscellaneous, n.d.Box 8, Folder 2
    • Book Reviews By, Manuscripts and Printed Material, 1931-1949Box 8, Folder 3
    • Book Reviews By, Manuscripts and Printed Material, 1950-1959Box 8, Folder 4
    • Book Reviews By, Manuscripts and Printed Material, 1960-1969Box 8, Folder 5
    • Book Reviews By, Manuscripts and Printed Material, 1970-1979Box 8, Folder 6
    • Reviews of Books By, 1951-1977Box 8, Folder 7
    • Catalogs, Announcements, and Flyers, n.d.Box 8, Folder 8
    • Reprints, 1939-1949Box 8, Folder 9
    • Reprints, 1950-1959Box 8, Folder 10
    • Reprints, 1960-1968Box 8, Folder 11
    • Reprints, 1974-1982Box 8, Folder 12
  • Addition
      Scope and Contents: This two-folder addition consists of correspondence of Franklin D. Scott concerning a festschrift for Leland Henry Carlson (1971-1976), and of correspondence with Gray Boyce (1954-1977).
    • Files on Leland Henry Carlson Festschrift, 1971-1976Box 9, Folder 1
    • Correspondence with Gray Boyce, 1954-1976Box 9, Folder 2
  • Addition
      Separated Material:  Approximately twenty-four linear inches of material was donated to the Swedish-American Society. One inch of duplicates and extraneous materials was discarded. Scope and Contents: This addition to the Franklin D. Scott Papers fills two boxes. The addition consists of correspondence, class syllabi, a speech, publications, and material relating to organizations which Scott belonged. The bulk of the addition is comprised of correspondence, divided into two categories: general correspondence, arranged chronologically by date, and subject correspondence, arranged alphabetically by folder title and chronologically by date within folders. The subject correspondence forms the majority of the correspondence and is mainly with Scott's colleagues. One folder contains syllabi from classes that Scott taught at Northwestern. Scott's speech, “Where is Sweden heading„ was delivered in 1984 at a conference sponsored by the Swedish Information Service. Four folders contain Scott's publications concerning subjects such as Scandinavia and Scandinavian immigration to America. The Baltic Study Conference and the Advancement of Scandinavian Study were organizations for which Scott chaired panels at and gave keynote addresses at their meeting.
    • Correspondence, General, 1940-1966Box 10, Folder 1
    • Correspondence, General, 1967-1988, n.d.Box 10, Folder 2
    • Correspondence, Anderson, Arlow, 1970-1986Box 10, Folder 3
    • Correspondence, Andrews, Herbert, 1960-1964Box 10, Folder 4
    • Correspondence, Andrews, Herbert, 1965-1986Box 10, Folder 5
    • Correspondence, Elem, Paul, 1972-1975Box 10, Folder 6
    • Correspondence, Hassing, Arne, 1969-1985Box 10, Folder 7
    • Correspondence, Koblik, Steven, 1967-1974Box 10, Folder 8
    • Correspondence, Koblik, Steven, 1975-1987Box 10, Folder 9
    • Correspondence, Piazza, Richard, 1971-1974Box 10, Folder 10
    • Correspondence, Scandinavians in America Essay Contest, 1972Box 10, Folder 11
    • Correspondence, Schrier, Arnold, 1953-1956Box 11, Folder 1
    • Correspondence, Schrier, Arnold, 1957-1973Box 11, Folder 2
    • Correspondence, World Publishing Company and Encyclopedia Entry, 1969-1970Box 11, Folder 3
    • Class Syllabi, 1950-1962Box 11, Folder 4
    • Speech, “Where Sweden is Heading”, 1984Box 11, Folder 5
    • Publication, “Images of America and Immigrants in Swedish Society”, 1983Box 11, Folder 6
    • Publication, “Nordic Cultures: Similarities and Differences”, n.d.Box 11, Folder 7
    • Publication, “The Peopling of America: Perspectives on Immigration”, n.d.Box 11, Folder 8
    • Publication, “Saga of Nels M. Hokanson”, 1978Box 11, Folder 9
    • Notes, Graphs, Maps, for/on Various Publications, n.d.Box 11, Folder 10
    • Eighth Conference on Baltic Studies, 1981-1982Box 11, Folder 11
    • Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study, 1988Box 11, Folder 12