Wednesday, November 01, 2006

OCTOBER DONATIONS

RECENT DONATIONS
October 2006

Stoeckel Archives of Local History


Roy Simmonds Papers, (9.0 cu. ft)

Administration Building items, (0.01 cu. ft)

Photos; Ball State Homecoming, 1978-1980, (0.01 cu. ft)

Steinbeck Studies, Volume 29, May 2006, (0.1 cu. ft)

Scan of The Progressive Grocer, July 1934, (0.01 cu. ft)

Additions to MSS 223 J. Wayne Storms collection, (1.0 cu. ft)

Additions to UAW Charlie Anderson collection, (0.1 cu. ft)

Rotary District 6560 Records, (3 cu. ft)

Altrusa District Six additions, (1 cu. ft)

History of Indiana Business College book, (0.1 cu. ft)

Wapehani Girl Scout Council, (12 cu. ft)

Book Donations

Thomas R. Graham, Getting Open: The Unknown Story of Bill Garrett and the Integration of College Basketball

Dr. Tetsumaro Hayashi, The Autobiographical Story of My Ball State University

Marge Zartman, Mr. Topaz Takes A Walk

Bruce Nixon, Collaboration/Making Artists Books: Books, prints and drawings

Robert Harmon, Short Essays on Books, Book Collecting and Things Literary from the Catalogues of Preston C. Beyer

John Steinbeck, The Wayward Bus

Orv Knarr, Middletown's Maverick Flyer


University Archives

ARCH 573 papers from Fall 2003/Fall 2005, (0.01 cu. ft)

John Beekman, research paper, addition, (0.01 cu. ft)


PROCESSED COLLECTIONS

William H. Willson Collection, 3 boxes; 1.7 cu. ft. (Special Collection)

William H. Willson (b. 1918) devoted many years to the study of Sir Norman Angell and his historical impact. Willson and his wife, Sybil, visited Ball State University during the 1980s to do research in the Sir Norman Angell Papers. The manuscript collection comprises Willson’s notebooks of materials related to his research, including correspondence with Angell, news clippings, program announcements, and Willson’s unpublished writings; scrapbooks of photographs and other illustrations for Willson’s planned publication of Sir Norman Angell and the Last Illusion; bibliographies of Angell’s writings, speeches, and interviews; several volumes of bound Angell pamphlets; and several books annotated by Willson. There is also a microfiche transcript of an interview with Sir Norman Angell and photograph negatives. Other works of Sir Norman Angell that are part of the Willson Collection have been cataloged and can be found in CardCat.

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