Papers of Harry Grant Plum
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Scope and Contents
These papers include Dr. Plum's manuscripts, course outlines, and student work.
Harry Grant Plum was born in Iowa City, Iowa, November 3, 1868. He earned his PhB in 1894, and MA in 1896, both at the State University of Iowa. He took his Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1906. At the State University of Iowa, he was an instructor in history 1896-1901, an assistant professor 1901-1902, a professor of history 1902-1949, and professor emeritus from 1949 until his death September 29, 1956.
Box Contents List
Restoration & Puritanism
"English Democracy in the 18th Century"
Other unidentified material
Copy of agreement between Plum and University of North Carolina Press; copy of the published work
"Puritanism in the Revolution of 1688"
"Toleration under William & Mary & Ann"
"Nationalism and Revolution"
"The English Election System"
"Development of the Sale of Office in France"
"An International Experiment"
Personal Letters from (among others)
Wren, M. C.
"The Stuart Revolution"
"Leopold von Rauke and His Interpretation of History"
"The Teacher and Americanization"
"Great Britain's Economic Crisis"
"A Historical Background of the War"
Reprints sent to Plum by former students
Bowman, Francis J.
Calsin, Homer L.
Cuttins, George P.
Giddens, Paul H.
Hansen, C. Frederick
Hovde, Brynjolf J.
Lond, Aubrey C.
Morgan, William T.
Mullin, Frances Anthony
Prange, Gordon W.
Russell, Nelson Vance
Thurber, John Newton
Turner, Ralph E.
Winter, William L.
Wren, M. C.
Proceedings to Investigate the University of Pittsburgh, 1935
Spiritual Issues of the War (British Information Service)
Robinson, James Harvey (History of the Western European Mind)
Williams, Hattie Plum
Robinson, James Harvey
History of the Western European Mind