Shambaugh Family Papers:
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Box Contents List
Printed in October No. of Current Encyclopedia
Applied History, 1912 (2 copies)
Citizenship and Citizen Training
"Commission Government in Iowa: the Des Moines Plan." Publication no. 650 American Academy of Political and Social Science. Reprinted from The Annals (November 1911)
"Constitutional Disfranchisement of the Negro." Printed in Current Encyclopedia (November 1901) (original)
"Constitutional Law." Published in Process, V:11 (original)
The Constitutions of Iowa: an Historical Essay, 1901
Material for use in writing Cyclopedia of American Government
Title page and preface to Debates of Iowa Constitutional Conventions, 1844 -- 1846. Dated 1900 (original)
"Des Moines Plan of City Government," paper on. Published in the Proceedings of the Political Science Association (original)
Horace Emerson Deemer
Documentary Material Relating to the History of Iowa -- copy of cover page, 1895
The Case of Scott vs. Sandford, the Dred Scott Case
"The Founding of Iowa City." The Palimpsest, XX:5 (May 1939)
Historical Introduction (to the constitution of Iowa), a pocket edition (original)
"History of Iowa City." Original notes and manuscript, written as Master’s Thesis, University of Iowa, 1893 (3 folders)
"History of Iowa City." Original notes and manuscripts, written as Master’s Thesis, University of Iowa, 1893, cont.
The History of the Constitutions of Iowa.
The History of the Constitutions of Iowa. Chapter XIV (original)
The Influence of Climate on Civilization. Prepared for Dr. Patten’s Seminary, University of Pennsylvania, January 1894
"An Introduction to the Study of Government on Iowa." Original manuscript Doctor’s Thesis (2 folders)
"Iowa’s Century of History." Published in The Iowa Clubwoman, XiV:4 (March -- April 1932), page 2
"The Living Philosophy of Benjamin Franklin." Published in The Executive’s Club News, 16:16 (January 26, 1940)
Messages and Proclamations of the Governors of Iowa, a fragment from printer’s copy
"The New Constitution of Alabama." Printed in Current Encyclopedia (December 1901) (2 copies)
"Old Capitol in Iowa City," notes regarding the construction of it. From the personal recollections of George H. Yewell, December 26, 1922
Data to use in The Old Stone Capitol Remembers (2 copies)
The Old Stone Capitol Remembers, dedicated to Bertha M.H. Shambaugh
The Old Stone Capitol Remembers. Chapter 1
Original government and charter outlines, compiled by Benjamin F. Shambaugh
Political Geography. (2 copies)
"A Preliminary Report on the Public Archives of Iowa." Published in Reports of the American Historical Association (November 1900) (original)
A Report on the Public Archives. Printed by the Historical Department, September 1906 (original)
Some memoranda in the university lecturers and introducing speakers including a list of speakers
Some unpublished books
"State and local historical societies west of the Mississippi River" (copy of a report on)
The Teaching of Civics in the Secondary Schools (2 copies)
Training for Public Service
Trends in American Civilization: a Civic Interpretation