WUA/03. University Faculty and Administrators
This collection includes biographical information on Herbert Spiegelberg, correspondence, publications by Spiegelberg, research notes, and material documenting Phenomenological Workshops and Schweitzer Centennial events at Washington University. The material is arranged alphabetically by subject.
The collection consists of a number of bound volumes which describe Thias' life, teaching activities at Washington University, and architectural career. The collection also includes several folders of Thias' sketches and watercolors. These drawings depict buildings on the Washington University campus, St. Louis scenes, and Missouri scenes.
The Carl Tolman Personal Papers includes correspondence related to Tolman’s work developing sources for mineral supplies during World War II; personal materials including biographical information, clippings, identification cards, notebooks, notes, passports, and photographs; and a large section of objects including pins, rulers, letter openers, scissors, and more.
This collection contains some manuscripts and publications by R.G. Usher as well as newclippings, reviews, and correspondence relating to his writings.
The scrapbook documents the initial reception of his book A Critical Study of the Historical Method of Samuel Rawson Gardiner, 1915. The material is arranged alphabetically by subject.
Harry Brookings Wallace had a long history with Washington University. It started with his uncle, Robert S. Brookings, and continued with Wallace becoming a board member, a president and acting chancellor of the university. The collection documents Harry Brookings Wallace's work with the university, and his roles in St. Louis business history. The materials in the collection include correspondence, publications, personal materials, photographs, and scrap books.
The Murray L. and Rosalie H. Wax Papers consist of correspondence, publications by Murray and Rosalie, and materials toward the Indian Education Research Project and the Voluntary Interdistrict Coordinating Council.