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Schurman, Jacob Gould, 1854-1942.
Papers, 1878-1986.
26.5 cubic ft.
NYCV84-A1133
William J. Alexander letters have transcripts.
Family letters have transcripts.
Jacob Gould Schurman was born May 22. 1854 on Prince Edward Island. He was
Professor of Philosophy at Acadia College and Dalhousie College; Cornell
University's Sage Professor of Philosophy, 1886-92, and President, 1892-1920;
President of the first U.S. Philippine Commission, 1899; U.S. Minister to
Greece and Montenegro during the Balkan Ware; and wae a diplomat involved with
foreign policy making in China, the Far Eaet, and Germany.
Summary: The Schurman papers consist-af correepondence, addresses,
photographs, testimonials, diplomas, certificatee, newepaper clippings, printed
material, and records of the New York Constitutional Convention (1915). The
material listed covers Schurman's career as a teacher, college president, and
diplomat; the majority of the papers involvkhis role in national and foreign
affairs. His viewe-on American imperialism are reflected in letters to
President McKinley, David Starr Jordan. David J. Hill, and John Hay.
Schurman'e later correspondence with Theodore Rooeevelt. Charles F. Adame, Carl
Schurz, 'Charles W. Eliot, -&nd Sergio Oemena ehow his interest in the Philippine
Islands and their eventual independence. Hie active intereet in politics, the
probleme of peace and the League of Nations, and hie diplomatic activities are
discussed in correspondence with William Howard Taft, Charles Evans Hughes,
Elihu Root, Henry Lane Wilson, Henry Cabot Lodge. Jamee Wadeworth, Joseph
Foraker, and Frank Kellogg, including commente on Guetav Stresemann, German
politics, and the German economy. Includes addreeeee and other material o n .
Germany, the Far East, and U.S. foreign policy after Schurman's retirement in
1930. Also personal and family correspondence including letters to Profeeeor
William John Alexander about hie thoughts on religion and his stay at
Heidelberg University; letters to his daughters. Helen end Barbara; and
transcriptions and photocopies of other letters.
Day (February 8, 1986) at the University of
Items about Jacbb Gould..~Schurman
Heidelberg include an typescript copy of an addrese by John R. Silber,
President of Boston University. Also, a caeeette copy of a recording of
Schurman's speech given when he departed as ambassador from Germany.
Finding aids: Unpublished guide.
Described in REPORT OF THE CURATOR AND ARCHIVIST, 1948-1950.
Cite as: Jacob Gould Schurman. Papers, #3\4\6.
Department of Manuscripts ane
University Archives, Cornell University Libraries.
Action note: Will reformat; microfilm, 1990/09/15. Collection may be
unavailable for use. Check with repository.
1. McKinley, William, 1843-1901. 2. Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931. 3. Hill,
David J. 4 . Hay, John. 5. Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919. 6. Adams, Charles
Francis, 1835-1915. 7. Schurz, Carl, 1829-1906. 8. Eliot, Charles William,
1834-1926. 9. Osme-na, Sergio, 1878-1961. 10. Taft, William H. (William
Howard), 1857-1930. 11. Hughes, Charles Evans, 1862-1948. 12. Root. Elihu,
1845-1937. 13. Wilson, Henry Lane. 14. Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924. 15.
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CONTENTS
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Acknowledgements
Biographical Note.
Biographical Appreciation
Schurman and H e i d e l b e r g
Provenance...
Conservation and Preservation....
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Collection Description
Series Titles
Series Descriptions
Related Collections
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Urangement
Letterbooks, Inclusive Dates.
Microfilm, Inclusive Dates
Box and Folder Listing, Microfilm Listing
Index to the Incoming Correspondence
.................. 1-57
...................... 5 8 - 6 8
Supplement
..................... supplement page i.
........supplement page 1
.....supplement page 7 3 3
Preface to the Supplement
Index to the Letterbooks (volumes 1 - 5 0 )
Abstract of Letterbooks (volumes 5 1 - 8 0 )
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The Cornell University Presidential Papers Project has been
made possible by the gifts of the late Robert W. Purcell and L.
William Kay 111. Dale R. Corson provided the initial impetus and
support while President of Cornell University (1969-19771, and has
continued to actively promote the project. Through their interest
and generosity, the preservation of these papers has been ensured,
and their access and use have been enhanced.
The preservation microfilming and the production of this guide
to the papers of Jacob Gould Schurman has particularly benefited
from a grant from National Endowment for the Humanities,
administered by the Research Libraries Group. This grant was part
of a multi-institutional archival preservation project.
The conservation, arrangement, reformatting, and description
of the Jacob Gould Schurman papers has been a project involving
several persons working on different aspects of the collection:
particular mention should be made of Anne Kenney and Barbara Berger
and additional staff of the Preservation and Microfilm Unit of the
Department of Preservation and Conservation. In the Division of
Rare and Manuscript Collections, this work has been conducted under
the general direction of Curator of Manuscripts Elaine D. Engst,
with the assistance of C. Herbert Finch, Gould P. Colman, Margaret
M. John, and Cheryl Rowland, and student assistants Lauren Brown,
However,
Catherine Tingey, Gina Haas, and Maura Jane Flood.
primary credit for the production of this guide and for the
continued success of the Presidential Papers Project should be
given to Phil McCray, the Division's Technical Services Archivist.
H. Thomas Hickerson
Division Director
March 1994
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BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
The Schurman family was of Dutch descent, and after
flourishing in America, was forced to leave New York for Canada
during the American Revolution due to its Loyalist sympathies.
Born on May 22, 1854 in Freetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada,
Jacob Gould Schurman early in his life demonstrated himself as a
talented student, and he earned a series of scholarships. After
attending the Prince of Wales College and Acadia College in Nova
Scotia, he graduated in 1877 from the University of London with
first class honors in mental and moral science, attending other
lectures at Manchester New College on mental and moral philosophy
and religion. He then studied philosophy for a year at Edinburgh
while simultaneously studying in London, earning there an M.A. and
D.Sc. with distinction, in 1878. Schurman then studied philosophy
in Berlin, at Gottingen, and at the University of Heidelberg.
While in Berlin he made the acquaintance of Andrew Dickson White,
ambassador to Germany and president of Cornell University.
In 1880, Schurman returned to North America to become a
professor of English literature at Acadia College. From 1882 to
1886 he was professor of English literature, rhetoric, and
metaphysics at Dalhousie University.
From Dalhousie, Schurman moved to Cornell University, where
he served as a professor of Christian ethics and moral philosophy.
His work at Cornell came under the close sponsorship of University
Trustee and benefactor Henry W. Sage. When in 1890 Sage endowed
the School of Philosophy, Schurman was appointed dean. Two years
later, in 1892, as Charles Kendall Adams ended his troubled
presidency of Cornell, Schurman became the third president of the
university, serving until 1920.
Schurman's stewardship of Cornell was characterized by the
extensive growth of the University's facilities, and its shift from
a privately endowed institution to its current coalition of state
and private funding.
Throughout the twenty eight years of his
presidency, Schurman was a proponent of academic freedom and an
advocate of a generally liberal intellectual atmosphere on campus.
During his presidency of Cornell, Schurman's scholastic pursuits
and writings gradually moved away from philosophy and toward public
and philanthropic endeavors. He became a presence in the national
and New York State Republican Parties, identifying himself with
Charles Evans Hughes, and it was thought that only his Canadian
birth prevented him from seriously pursuing the presidency
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
.
( cont )
of the United States. While still president of Cornell, Schurman
served as chairman of a commission examining social and political
life in the Philippines in 1899. In 1912 and 1913, he was minister
to Greece and Montegnegro during the Balkan Wars. In America, he
served as vice president of the New York State Constitutional
Convention in 1915, and was a member of the New York State Food
Commission in 191 7-1 91 8.
Upon leaving Cornell, Schurman went to Japan and the Far East,
and then served as minister to China from 1921 to 1925, a time of
war and great political upheaval. His pattern of finding himself
in tumultuous times continued when he served as the American
ambassador to Germany from 1925 to 1930. The honor that was due
him for his efforts to rebuild the University of Heidelberg
translated into popularity with the centrist forces in the Weimar
Republic.
After a lectureship in California and additional travels and
writing on internationdl subjects, Schurman died in New York in
1942.
BIOGRAPHICAL APPRECIATION
Schurman and H e i d e l b e r g
February 8, 1986 was celebrated as Schurman Day at the
University of Heidelberg. More than forty years after his death,
Jacob Gould Schurman's influence was still strong at the university
he had cherished as no other. Schurman arrived in Heidelberg 1878,
and it was there that his intellectual foundations found their
bearings. Philosophy in Germany in the late eighteenth century was
a cultural passion.
Innovation and intense activity
in
philosophical dialogue combined with the spectral setting at
Heidelberg influenced Schurman forever.
At the age of seventy
three, in 1928, Schurman undertook to acknowledge his appreciation
to the university by leading an effort to raise funds for its
growth.
In many of his speeches concerning the campaign, he
acknowledged that he had gone to Heidelberg, in part, because there
was no American university that could provide the kind of
passionate liberal learning and moral philosophy for which he
yearned.
Schurman first obtained from John D. Rockefeller
$200,000, and eventually raised almost $600,000. The monies were
used to erect a new lecture hall, called the "New University."
Schurman's passionate crusade of vigorous fundraising was a fervid
moment in a otherwise decorous and sober public life.
By an
abiding association of Heidelberg and his own intellectual
flourishing, sentiment combined with his usual practical skill to
result in the marshalling of forces and finances to noble effect.
PROVENANCE
The letterbooks and correspondence of the Jacob Gould Schurman
papers derive from the Office of the President of Cornell
University, and for many years were in the care of Cornell
University
Library.
Other
correspondence,
photographs,
testimonials and social correspondence, and personal and family
letters were transferred to the Department of Manuscripts and
University Archives at various times from Schurman family members,
notably including Judge Jacob G. Schurman, Lydia Schurman Godfrey,
Some Schurman letters have on several
and G. Michael McHugh.
occasions over the years been transferred from the Department of
Rare Books of Cornell University Library. Other contributors have
included John R. Silber, and the Dewitt Historical Society of
Ithaca, New York.
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CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION
A grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities made
possible the microfilming of a large measure of the collection,
excluding only some of the testimonials and ephemera.
The
letterpress copybooks (commonly referred to as letterbooks) were
highly acidic and were in an advanced state of deterioration prior
to the microfilming. Some pages were already illegible, or had
faded altogether; in some cases the ink of Schurman's signature had
caused perforation of the paper.
For the letterbooks and
clippings, the microfilm is the only extant form. Conventional
preservation has included acid-free foldering and boxing,
encapsulation, and the enveloping of photographs. The microfilm
project was carried out by the Micrographic Preservation Service
of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
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COLLECTION DESCRIPTION
The papers of Jacob Gould Schurman include a wide variety of
forms of material, and illustrate all aspects of a life that
embraced scholarship, moral philosophy, university administration,
family relations, politics, and diplomatic service.
Schurman's
presidency and ambassadorships are portrayed chiefly by his
correspondence, which ranges from routine letters of university
administration, to correspondence with several presidents of the
United States and political leaders in the Philippines, Greece,
China, and Germany. Family correspondence and photographs describe
Schurman's travels and international ventures.
An extensive
clipping file chronicles Schurman's public life.
Many of
Schurman's philosophic, scholastic, and political writings, as well
as his many speeches are included, both in draft and published
form. His philanthropic and diplomatic life resulted in numerous
testimonials, proclamations, and ephemera.
Major correspondents include United States Presidents William
McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Warren G.
Harding, Woodrow Wilson, Calvin Coolidge, and Franklin D.
Roosevelt; other correspondents include David Starr Jordan, Goldwin
Smith, Carl Schurz, Charles Evans Hughes, Liberty Hyde Bailey,
Elihu Root, Henry Cabot Lodge, Gustav Stresemann, William John
Alexander, Andrew Carnegie, and Andrew Seth Pringle-Pattison.
SERIES TITLES
Series I.
CORRESPONDENCE, 1877-1942
subseries A:
subseries B:
subseries C:
Incoming Correspondence, 1879-1942
Index to the Incoming Correspondence
Letterbooks (Outgoing Correspondence), 1889-1921
Index to the Letterbooks (Volumes 1-50)
Abstract of Letterbooks (Volumes 51-80)
Family Correspondence, 1877-1939
Series 11.
SCHURMAN ARTICLES, SPEECHES, AND BOOKS, 1875-1 941
Series 111.
SUBJECT FILES, 1881-1940, [I9861
Series IV.
CLIPPINGS, 1892-1 942
Series V.
PHOTOGRAPHS, 1867-1942
Series VI.
PROCLAMATIONS, PROTOCOL AND SOCIAL MATERIAL,
TESTIMONIALS, AND EPHEMERA, 1878-1939
SERIES DESCRIPTIONS
I.
CORRESPONDENCE, 1877-1942
subseries A:
Incoming Correspondence, 1879-1942
Letters received by Schurman range from the time of his
student days abroad to notes of condolence received by family
members upon his death in 1942. A few letters from Schurman to his
recipients were retained in this file. Schurman's correspondents
in this selection of letters include major philosophers, Presidents
of the United States, family members, mentors, colleagues,
students, admirers, and international diplomats and heads of state.
The entire breadth of Schurman's professional careers and aspects
of his family life are illuminated in these letters.
His
fundraising for the University of Heidelberg is clearly outlined,
as well as his strong advocacy of Philippine independence, his
close interest in German political affairs, and his personal
relationship with several international scholars and political
leaders.
Other topics include the Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace, and international anti-imperialist movements.
Philippine,
Chinese,
Japanese,
and German affairs figure
prominently in these letters.
The letters from his presidency
refer to Cornell University administration and relations with the
Trustees. Major correspondents include William McKinley, Theodore
Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Warren G. Harding, Woodrow Wilson,
Calvin Coolidge, David Starr Jordan, Sao-ke Alfred Sze, Gustav
Stresemann, Frank H. Hiscock, Mynderse Van Cleef, Johannes Hoops,
John D. Rockefeller, George Eastman, Sergio Osmeiia, Franklin D.
Roosevelt, and Andrew Seth Pringle-Pattison.
The names listed for each folder are selected, and it is
from these names that the index is derived; therefore, the letters
of additional correspondents may be found in the series.
subseries B:
Letterbooks (Outgoing Correspondence), 1889-1921
The letterbook copy impressions of letters written by
Schurman as President of Cornell University profile both his
personal character and formal manner in the execution of his
administrative duties.
A few letters of Charles Kendall Adams
commence the letterbooks, and Acting Presidents are the signatories
of several letters, notably T. F. Crane 1912 and 1913 when Schurman
was serving as Ambassador to Greece, and Acting President Albert
W. Smith in 1920 and 1921. Volumes 1-50 are letters signed by
President Schurman; volumes 51-80 are letters signed by President
Schurman's Secretary on behalf of the Office of the President.
SERIES DESCRIPTIONS
.
(cont )
In addition to the routine administrative subjects in the
correspondence that devolved typically from the Office of the
President of Cornell, topics include the 1903 typhoid epidemic in
Ithaca, the establishment of the Carnegie Fund, the Leo Frank case,
the Chi Psi fire, the construction of several new campus buildings,
co-education and women students, African-American students on
campus, and relations with Ithaca, New York.
Other topics and
concerns in the letterbooks include the president's relations with
faculty, college benefactors, and presidents of other universities;
also, fraternities and campus housing, foreign students, religious
education, and Sage Chapel preachers.
President Schurman made
several appearances before alumnigroups throughout the nation, and
correspondence to this effect is plentiful. Cornell's relations
with
other
universities,
other
associations
of
American
universities, and educational societies are mentioned frequently.
The element of publicity is suggested by Schurman's many letters
to newspapers, magazines, and publishers. The university's role
in World War I is shown as the president assists in the
mobilization of resources and facilitates the university's
preparation of its students to become soldiers; letters to the
United States War Department are numerous. The development of the
New York State College of Agriculture and the New York State
Veterinary College at Cornell is referred to in many letters, as
well as a proposed School of Forestry.
Schurman corresponded
frequently with Andrew Carnegie, and with officials of the Carnegie
Foundation and the Carnegie Corporation.
He also wrote many
letters to immediate family members of Ezra Cornell.
Principal recipients of letters include Lyman Abbott, Liberty
Hyde Bailey, Frank Barton, C. E. Bennett, Charles H. Blood, George
Boldt, G. P. Bristol, J. E. Creighton, L. M. Dennis, W. A. Hammond,
Frank H. Hiscock, Charles Evans Hughes, C. H. Hull, David Starr
Jordan, A. T. Kerr, D. S. Kimball, Albert R. Mann, Veranus A.
Moore, Jared T. Newman, Henry S. Pritchett, C. W. Pound, W. M.
Polk, Robert F. Plummer, Theodore Roosevelt, H. W. Sackett, M. W.
Sampson, A. W. Smith, Goldwin Smith, William Howard Taft, Frank
Thilly, Mynderse Van Cleef, Andrew Dickson White, J. DuPratt White,
In addition to these
W. F. Willcox, and C. V. P. "Tar" Young.
principal recipients, many additional names are listed in the
index, including such important Cornell personalities as Willard
Straight, E. B. Titchener, and Martha Van Rensselaer.
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SERIES DESCRIPTIONS
(cont. )
The index to letterbooks 1-50 is derived from the lists of
correspondents kept by the president's staff that precede each
volume.
Letterbooks 51-80 were signed by the President's
Secretary, and very often state matters of fact and perfunctory
announcement, such as those making reference to the unavailability
of the President and rejections of pleas, but several iterate the
standing policy of Cornell University on various issues.
An
abstract of several key issues and topics follows the index to the
letterbooks.
subseries C:
Family Correspondence, 1877-1939
The collection contains letters exchanged among several
members of the Schurman family, and includes handwritten
transcripts of nearly illegible handwriting.
As Schurman and
members of his family traveled throughout the world, letters home
provide a narrative account of both family and professional
developments.
11.
SCHURMAN ARTICLES, SPEECHES, AND BOOKS, 1875-1941
A collection of holographic, typescript, and printed
versions of speeches delivered or published by Schurman, concerning
the several themes of his career: religion and moral philosophy,
education, and political developments in the Philippines, Japan,
China, Greece, and Germany. The series includes many addresses and
speeches given on campus during his presidency.
111.
SuaTECT FILES, 1881-1940, [I9861
These files concern Germany, the Philippines, and China;
also Cornell University, United States political affairs,
international relations, and education. The series includes a few
of Schurman's personal papers, financial information, and
miscellaneous notes and drafts. Also, material relating to the
February 8, 1986 "Schurman Day" at the University of Heidelberg,
with articles about Schurman and his relationship with the
University of Heidelberg by John Silber, Frank H. T. Rhodes, and
Detlef Junker.
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SERIES DESCRIPTIONS
IV.
.
(cont )
CLIPPINGS, 1892-1942
A comprehensive project involved members of the staff of
the President's Office and others in chronicling Schurman's career.
In some cases, a newspaper printing of a speech delivered by
Schurman is the only copy of the speech to be found in the
collection.
Caricatures of Schurman as printed in newspaper
stories are in the clippings, as well as an account of his touting
of Charles Evans Hughes for the Presidency of the United States,
and his vigorous promotion of Philippine independence. Similarly,
affairs in other parts of the world, and Schurman's interest in or
involvement with these, can be traced in the clippings.
PHOTOGRAPHS, 1867-1942
V.
Four main topics are documented photographically:
the
Philippines, Germany, China, and Schurman personal and family life.
Formal and casual photographs are included, each style tracing
Schurman's path from university president to international
ambassador.
VI
.
PROCLABWTIONS, PROTOCOL AND SOCIAL MATERIAL,
TESTIMONIALS, AND EPHEMERA, 1878-1939
Many forms of material and documentation associated with
Schurman and his personal and profession activities appear in this
series, including many that document his fundraising for the
University of Heidelberg and the reverent esteem for him that
ensued.
Examples of chinoiserie are included, and a temperance
union scroll petition protesting Cornell student revelry and
drunkenness on campus; notably, the first signatory of several
hundred, is Liberty Hyde Bailey. Schurman family members' diplomas
and Schurman's honorary degree diplomas are included.
Other
proclamations
and
diplomas
acknowledge
Schurman's
many
accomplishments and ventures, as well as his penchant for
collecting art and other material representations of world culture.
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RELATED COLLECTIONS
The National Archives holds microfilm of Schurman's
diplomatic and ministerial correspondence from his ambassadorships
and activities as minister and commissioner.
In addition to the following list of collections in the main
or in large part concerned with Schurman, reference to and
discussion about him can be found in numerous papers of Cornell
University faculty members, administrators, trustees, students, and
Ithaca residents. Morris Bishop's A History of Cornell is perhaps
the most extensive account of Schurman's presidency and influence.
In the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections at Cornell
University Library:
#700-31
#700-85
"The Reluctant Expansionist" by Judy Feldman.
"An Intellectual's Religious Quest: Jacob Gould
Schurman, 1854-1942" by Lydia Godfrey Schurman.
#700-30
"Jacob Gould Schurman and the Cornell Tradition" by
Eugene Hotchkiss, 111.
#2612
United States Commission to the Philippine Islands,
State Department Records, 1899-1900 (microfilm)
#2770
James M. McHugh papers
#35/4/42
Typhoid Fever Epidemic records
#I900
Frank E. Gannett papers
#47/4/1290 Cornell University Presidential Inauguration Programs
#37/5/2534 Solomon Stanwood Menken Scrapbook
#3/4/122
Carnegie Foundation records (also on microfilm)
Other Books and Articles in Cornell University Library:
I,
Government of Dependencies; an essay" With an introduction by
Jacob Gould Schurman, by Sir George Cornewall Lewis.
"The History of Heidelberg University" by Gerhard Hinz.
"Jacob Gould Schurman and State Aid to Cornell University, 18921904" by Jeffrey Randolph Fleischmann.
"Memoirs of Victor Buencamino."
ARRANGEMENT
Series I.
CORRESPONDENCE, 1877-1942
subseries A:
Incoming Correspondence, 1879-1942
Boxes 1-6 (microfilmed on reels 2-7)
Selected Index to Incoming Correspondence,
page 58
subseries B:
Letterbooks, 1889-1921
Microfilm reels 8-47
Index to Volumes 1-50, Supplement page 1
Abstract of key topics (Volumes 51-80),
supplement page 773
subseries C:
Family Correspondence, 1877-1939
Box 16, 17 (microfilm reel 53)
Series 11.
SCHURMAN ARTICLES, SPEECHES, AND BOOKS, 1875-1941
Boxes 7-13 (microfilm reels 48-51)
Series 111.
SUBJECT FILES, 1881-1940, [I9861
Boxes 14-15 (microfilm reel 52)
Series IV.
CLIPPINGS, 1892-1942
Microfilm reels 55 and 56
Series V.
PHOMGRAPHS, 1867-1942
Boxes 18-29 (microfilm reel 54)
Series VI.
PROCLAMATIONS, PROTOCOL AND SOCIAL MATERIAL,
TESTIMONIALS, AND EPHEMERA, 1878-1939
Boxes 30-38 (microfilm reels 53, 55, 56)
Map cases N3, E5, Y18, KK6
tape recording tr5185a
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ARRANGEMENT
.
( cont )
Location of microfilm reels:
ESeL
Box (in
#3/4/6)
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LETTERBOOK INCLUSIVE DATES
Volume 1-50:
Volume 51-80:
President Schurman's outgoing letters
President Schurman's Secretary's outgoing letters
Dates
Volume
1
FEB
NOV
NOV
OCT
NOV
JAN
JAN
FEB
DEC
JUN
JUN
FEB
MAY
JAN
AUG
FEB
OCT
APR
DEC
MAY
DEC
APR
NOV
APR
DEC
APR
NOV
APR
OCT
MAR
NOV
APR
DEC
APR
OCT
FEB
OCT
JAN
MAY
11,
6,
20,
16,
21,
10,
6,
19,
3,
21,
2,
5,
28,
25,
11,
26,
27,
5,
18,
15,
19,
16,
30,
21,
13,
14,
22,
11,
23,
14,
11,
29,
8,
22,
21,
23,
4,
20,
18,
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1894
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1900
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1911
1911
1912
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1916
1916
to NOV 4,
to NOV 19,
to OCT 17,
to OCT 29,
to JAN 10,
to JAN 6
to FEB 14,
to NOV 28,
to JUN 19,
to MAY 26,
to FEB 3,
to MAY 28,
to JAN 23,
to AUG 9,
to FEB 23,
to OCT 26,
to APR 5,
to DEC 17,
to MAY 14,
to DEC 19,
to APR 15,
to NOV 30,
to APR 20,
to DEC 13,
to APR 12,
to NOV 21,
to APR 10,
to OCT 23,
to MAR 13,
to NOV 11,
to APR 28,
to DEC 6,
to APR 22,
to OCT 21,
to FEB 22,
to OCT 4,
to JAN 20,
to MAY 18,
to DEC 14,
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SEP
MAR
OCT
APR
JUL
OCT
5,
6,
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19,
28,
6,
11,
JUN 23,
FEB 23,
SEP 1 5 ,
NOV 1 8 ,
OCT 15,
SEP 2 ,
AUG 1 3 ,
APR 28,
APR 20,
MAY 24,
JUN 6,
JUL 2 6 ,
JUL 21,
AUG 20,
DEC 1 8 ,
APR 26,
SEP 2 8 ,
FEB1,
JUN 1 1 ,
OCT 1 5 ,
FEB 1 1 ,
MAY 1 9 ,
SEP 1 5 ,
DEC 26,
APR 1 6 ,
DEC 24,
JUN 25,
AUG 1 4 ,
DEC 6 ,
SEP 1 1 ,
1894
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
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1906
1907
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1908
1908
1909
1909
1910
1910
1910
1911
1911
1911
1911
1912
1912
1914
1915
1917
1919
7,
13,
30,
14,
21,
12,
19,
27,
5,
9,
19,
1917
1917
1918
1918
1919
1919
1920
1920
1921
1921
1921
to FEB 2 0 , 1 8 9 7
to SEP 13, 1 8 9 8
to NOV 1 9 , 1 8 9 9
to OCT 1 3 , 1 9 0 0
to AUG 31, 1901
to AUG 1 3 , 1 9 0 2
to APR 28, 1 9 0 3
to APR 1 6 , 1904
to MAY 23, 1905
to JUN 5 , 1 9 0 6
to JUL 2 5 , 1 9 0 7
to JUL 2 0 , 1 9 0 8
to APR xx 1 9 0 9
to DEC 1 8 , 1 9 0 8
to APR 2 4 , 1 9 0 9
to SEP 27, 1 9 0 9
to FEB 1 , 1 9 1 0
to JUN 1 1 , 1 9 1 0
to OCT 1 5 , 1 9 1 0
to F E B 9 , 1911
to MAY 1 9 , 1911
to SEP 1 4 , 1911
to DEC 2 6 , 1911
to APR 1 5 , 1 9 1 2
to DEC 23, 1 9 1 2
to JUN 23, 1914
to AUG 1 5 , 1915
to DEC 5 , 1917
to SEP 1 0 , 1 9 1 9
to OCT 2 1 , 1921
MICROFILM REEL INCLUSIVE DATES
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Guide to the collection
1879
1906
1920
1928
1929
1930
to
to
to
to
to
to
1905 (Incoming Correspondence)
1919
1927
1929
1930
1942
1889
1894
1896
1899
1900
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1894 (Letterbooks)
1896
1899
1900
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1894
1898
1900
1902
1904
1906
1908
1908
1909
to
to
to
to
to
to
1898 (Letterbooks, Secretary's)
1900
1902
1904
1906
1908
to 1909
to 1910
MICROFILM REEL INCLUSIVE DATES
.
(cont )
1910
1911
1911
1912
1914
1917
to 1911 (Letterbooks, Secretary's)
to
to
to
to
1912
1914
1917
1921
1875
1909
1892
1887
to
to
to
to
1909 (Articles, Speeches, Books)
1920
1929
1925
52
1881-1940 [I9861
(Subject Files)
53
1920 to 1939 (Proclamations, etc.)
54
1867 to 1942 (Photographs)
1892 to 1914 (Clippings and Protocol)
1915 to 1942
Box
1
Folder
1
Dates
1879-80
Seth Pringle-Pattison, Andrew; Zeller,
Edward.
Zeller, Edward; James, William;
Martineau, James.
Jordan, David Starr.
Inauguration of Jacob Gould Schurman as
President of Cornell University.
Smith, Goldwin; Carnegie, Andrew;
Huffcut, E. W.; Wilson, Woodrow; Wheeler,
Benjamin Ide; de Bordes, Andres Bezia;
Bradley, M. E.; Sibley, Hiram W.
Choate, Joseph H.; White, Horace.
Norton, C. E.; Tyler, Moses Coit; White,
Andrew Dickson.
Angell, James B.; Foraker, Joseph B.;
Smith, Goldwin; Dabney, Charles W.;
McKinley, William; Morrill, Justin S.
1898
McKinley, William; Smith, Goldwin.
1899
McKinley, William; Hay, John.
FEB 1899
China; Hong Kong; Japan; Formosa.
Letters from Schurman.
MAR 1899
Philippines; Hong Kong; United States
Commission to the Philippines.
Letter from Schurman.
APR 1899
Hill, David J.; Morrill, James S.;
Morrill, Justin S.
Philippines; United States Commission to
the Philippines.
MAY-AUG
Hay, John.
United States Commission to the
Philippines.
1899
Folder
1
14
Dates
1899
Dewey, George; McKinley, William; Hill,
David J.
Philippines.
OCT-DEC
Reid, Whitelaw; Root, Elihu; Anderson,
Thomas M.; Hill, David J.
AUG-SEP
1899
JAN-AUG
1900
OCT-DEC
1900
Buck, A. E. ; Roosevelt, Theodore; Taft,
William Howard; Moses, Bernard; Hay,
John; McKinley, William; Corson, Hiram.
Porto Rico.
Roberts, Isaac P.; Lopez, Sixto; White,
Horace.
Philippines.
White, Andrew Dickson; Foraker, Joseph
B.; Roosevelt, Theodore; Harrison,
Benjamin; White, Horace; Smith, Goldwin;
Corson, Eugene R.; Dennis, L. M.
JAN-FEB
1902
MAR-APR
1902
MAY-JUN
1902
JUL-DEC
1902
Mead, Edwin D.; Warren, Winslow; Howells,
William Dean; Parkhurst, C. H.; Lodge,
Henry Cabot.
Philippines.
Smith, Goldwin; Hill, David J.;
Milholland, J. E.; Carnegie, Andrew;
Holt, Hamilton.
Philippines.
Schurz, Carl; Smith, Goldwin; Adams,
Charles F.; Roosevelt, Theodore; Holt,
Hamilton; Eliot, Charles W.; Lopez,
Sixto; Schurz, Carl; Carus, Paul; Mead,
Edwin D.; Lodge, Henry Cabot.
Philippines; Religious Parliament
Extension.
Adams, Charles F.; Roosevelt, Theodore;
Milholland, J. E.; Hazard, Caroline;
Remsen, Ira; Morton, Levi Parsons.
Philippines.
Box
1
Folder
23
Dates
JAN-JUN
1903
JUL-DEC
1903
JAN-FEB
1904
MAR-APR
1904
Frankenheimer, John; Lowell, Josephine
Shaw; Finch, Francis M.; Huffcut, E. W.;
Hay, John; Barnes, Alfred C.; Smith,
Goldwin.
Philippines.
Roosevelt, Theodore; Winslow, Erving;
Burr, George Lincoln; Jones, George W.;
Titchener, E. M.; Comstock, John Henry;
Hull, Charles H.; Bristol, George P.;
Wait, Lucien Augustus; Bailey, Liberty
Hyde; Hay, John; James, William.
New England Anti-Imperialist League;
Philippines.
Blair, Charles H.; Hay, John; Sibley,
Hiram W.; Park, Roswell (photocopy).
Panama; Philippines.
Foraker, Joseph B.; Lowell, Josephine
Shaw; Ordway, E. W.; Taft, William
Howard.
Philippines; Philippine Independence
Committee.
MAY 1 9 0 4
Roosevelt, Theodore; Ordway, E. W.
Philippines.
JUN-JUL
Roosevelt, Theodore; Lowell, J. S.
1904
SEP-DEC
1904
JAN-MAR
1905
Smith, Goldwin; Bryce, James; Chambers,
Julius; Aso, Shozo.
New England Anti-Imperialist League.
Smith, Goldwin; Ordway, E. W.; Lowell, J.
S.; White, Horace; Shepard, Charles
Sidney; Fiske, Willard; McGraw-Fiske,
Jennie; Sage, William H.
Philippine Independence Committee;
Filipino Progress Association;
Philippines; Sage Memorial Chapel.
Box
1
Folder
31
Dates
APR-DEC
1905
1
JAN-FEB
1906
..
2
MAR-NOV
1906
3
JAN-MAR
1907
4
APR-DEC
1907
5
6
JAN-FEB
Bryan, William J.; Bennett, Philo
Sherman; Looz-Block, kdouard Albert
Benoit de (photocopy); Holmes, Oliver
Wendell; Choate, Joseph H.; Laurier,
Wilfred; Smith, Goldwin; Taft, William
Howard.
Butler, Nicholas Murray; Bristol, George
P.
Graduate Dept.
Winslow, Erving; Rice, James E.; Choate,
Joseph H.; Root, Elihu; Eccles, R. M.;
Smith, Goldwin; Roosevelt, Theodore;
Barraclough, S. Henry; Hughes, Charles
E.; Preuss, Else.
Anti-Imperialist League.
White, Horace; Eliot, Charles W.; Bryce,
James.
Philippines; St. John's College,
Shanghai.
Rhys, John; Cowie, William; Huffcut, E.
W.; Birdseye, Charles F. ; Bryce, James;
De Majumdar, Indu Bhushan; Hughes,
Charles E.
1908
Hughes, Charles E.; Foraker, Joseph B.;
Day, James R.
Anti-Imperialist League.
MAR-APR
Hughes, Charles E.; Foraker, Joseph B.
1908
7
JUN-NOV
1908
Smith, Goldwin; Nabuco, Joaquim; Taft,
William Howard; Smith, T. Guilford;
Foraker, Joseph B.; Bryce, James.
8
DEC 1908
Swain, Joseph; Tong-Shoap; Smith,
Goldwin.
9
JAN 1909
MacLean, George E.
Society for Ethical Culture.
Box Folder Dates
2
10
FEB-AUG
1909
11
SEP-DEC
1909
12
JAN-FEB
191 0
13
MAR-MAY
1910
14
MAY-JUL
Liu, Ting-Tsing; Ho, Yoh-Sze; Foraker,
Joseph B.; Van Dyke, Henry; Hughes,
Charles E.; Stanton, Theodore.
Smith, Goldwin; Fraser, A . Campbell;
Hill, Henry W.
Republican State Committee (New York).
Hiscock, Frank H.; Craig, John; Peary,
Robert Edwin; Smith, Goldwin; Van Cleef,
Mynderse .
Smith, Goldwin; Bryce, James; Cavanaugh,
John; Rowlee, W. W.; Boshart, C. Fred;
Hiscock, Frank H.
Committee on Student Affairs.
Smith, Goldwin; Van Cleef, Mynderse.
1910
15
OCT-NOV
191 0
Vikuchi, D.; Taft, William Howard;
Hiscock, Frank H.; Russell, Isaac;
Treman, Charles E.; White, Horace;
Wilson, Woodrow; Greeley, Horace;
Foraker, Joseph B.
Horace Greeley Memorial Committee.
16
DEC 1910
Foraker, Joseph B.; Taft, William Howard.
17
JAN-MAY
Schurman, Robert; Van Dyke, Henry;
Anderson, William F.; Foraker, Joseph B.;
Taft, William Howard; Bey, Haldoon.
1911
18
JUN-OCT
1911
Smith, Goldwin; Lee, Sidney; Schurman,
Robert.
19
NOV 1911
Barnes, William; Schurman, Robert;
Republican State Committee (NY).
20
DEC 1911
Foraker, Joseph B.; Schurman, Robert.
21
JAN-FEB
Schiff, Jacob H.; Schurman, Robert; Taft,
William Howard; Holt, Hamilton.
191 2
Folder
2
22
MAR 1 9 1 2
Grosvenor, Gilbert H.; Peary, Robert
Edwin; Hilles, Charles D.; Taft, William
Howard.
Rollins College.
23
APR 1 9 1 2
Barnes, William; Knox, Philander Chase;
Rackemann, Felix; Foraker, Joseph B.
24
MAY -JUN
Foraker, Joseph B.; Cuyler, Theodore L.;
Taft, William Howard.
1912
25
JUL-DEC
1912
26
JAN-SEP
1913
27
OCT-NOV
1913
Wilson, Woodrow; Taft, William Howard;
Adee, Alvey A.; Root, Elihu.
Taft, William Howard; Wilson, Woodrow;
Crane, F. F.; Van Cleef, Mynderse;
Williams, Roger B.; Hiscock, Frank H.
Farwell, J. D.; Hilles, Charles D.;
Hughes, Charles E.; Taft, William Howard;
Hiscock, Frank H.
28
DEC 1 9 1 3
JUL 1 9 1 4
Hiscock, Frank H.; Stimson, Henry L.;
Wilson, Woodrow; Bryce, James; Roosevelt,
Theodore; Taft, William Howard.
29
AUG-NOV
Hiscock, Frank H.; Parker, Horatio
Gilbert George; Addams, Jane; Gage, Simon
Henry; Schurman, Major; Adams, Charles F.
191 4
30
DEC 1 9 1 4
APR 1 9 1 5
Hiscock, Frank H.; Schurman, Major;
Mischef, Hadgi; Lima, Casimiro Eugenio
Amoroso; Willcox, Walter F.; Hammond,
William A . ; Seth, James; Taft, William
Howard; Blatch, Harriot Stanton.
31
MAY -JUN
Wilson, Henry Lane; Slaton, John M.;
Frank, Leo.
1915
32
JUL 1 9 1 5
Taft, William Howard; Pound, Cuthbert W.;
Treman, Charles E.; Bossange, E. Raymond.
33
AUG 1 9 1 5
Irish, W. M.; Simson, Louis A.; Nasmyth,
George W.
Cornell Day; World Peace Foundation.
Box
-
2
3
Folder
Dates
34
AUG 1915
Williams, E. L.; Saxe, Martin.
35
SEP 1915
Irish, W. M.; Wakeley, Arthur C.; Thilly,
Frank; Crist, Arthur H.; Wilson, Henry
Lane; Hughes, Charles E.; Fetter, Frank
A.
36
OCT-NOV
1915
Wilson, Henry Lane; Borah, William E.;
Scott, James Brown; Adamson, Ethel M.;
Hammond, William A.; Betts, Charles H.;
Elliott, John Lovejoy; Wilson, Henry
Lane.
Carnegie Endowment for International
Peace; New York State Woman Suffrage
Association.
37
DEC 1915
MAR 1916
Shiraishi, J.; Stanton, Theodore; Day,
James R.; Taft, William Howard; Schurman,
Major.
Tokyo Chamber of Commerce; Morse Hall.
1
APR- JUN
1916
Wilson, Henry Lane; Hilles, Charles D.;
Howells, William Dean; Hughes, Charles
E.; Taft, William Howard; Bois, Jules;
Whitman, Charles S.; Putnam, G. H.
Mexico.
2
JUL-OCT
1916
Hughes, Charles E.; Putnam, G. H.;
Wilson, Henry Lane; Holt, Hamilton.
3
NOV 1916
FEB 1917
Steinmetz, Charles P.; Adler, Felix.
4
MAR-MAY
1917
Hiscock, Frank H.; Schurman, Major;
Guanes, Luis.
Menocal, M. G.
American Field Service in France; Relief
Committee for Greeks of Asia Minor.
6
NOV-DEC
191 7
Bettens, Edward D.; House, E. M.;
Wanamaker, John.
Relief Committee for Greeks of Asia
Minor.
Folder
3
Dates
7
JAN-MAR
191 8
House, E. M.; Wilson, Woodrow; Schurman,
Major; Guerlac, 0. G.; Schwab, Charles
M.; Taft, William Howard; Schiff, Jacob
H.; Bliss, Cornelius N.; Lowell,
Lawrence.
American Red Cross.
8
MAR-SEP
1918
Branner, John C.; Hammond, William A.;
Foraker, Joseph B.; Schiff, Jacob H.;
Jusserand, Jean Jules; Yu, Chian Chang;
Kipling, Rudyard; Parkin, George A.;
Megata, Tanetari.
University of California; Jacob H. Schiff
Fund; Tsing Hua College, Peking; China.
9
OCT-DEC
191 8
Beaverbrook, William Maxwell; Jones,
Robert T.; Gazepis, George.
University of Athens.
10
JAN-APR
1919
Schiff, Jacob H.; Hughes, Charles E.;
Higgins, Bertha D.; ~limenceau,Georges;
Hays, William H.; Cornell, Caroline H.;
Young, Allyn A.
University of Basle.
11
JUN-DEC
191 9
Lodge, Henry Cabot; Van Dyke, Henry;
Knickerbacker, John; Betts, Charles H.
University of Paris.
12
JAN-FEB
1920
Bryan, William J.; Wadsworth, James W.
Hull, Charles H.; Adams, Joseph B.;
Sampson, Martin; White, J. DuPratt;
White, Horace; Trainor, John; Moody,
Harriet; Burdick, Charles K.
League of Nations.
13
FEB 1920
Smith, Alfred E.; Cornell, Charles Ezra;
Comstock, John Henry; Blood, Charles H.;
Titchener, E. M.; Treman, Robert H.
14
FEB 1920
Gannett, Frank E.; Peer, Sherman;
Westinghouse, H. H.; Strunk, William.
15
FEB 1920
Burns, James; Love, H. H.; Fennell,
Thomas F.; Scribner, Arthur H.
Box
3
Folder
Dates
16
FEB 1 9 2 0
Gannett, Frank E.; Newman, Jared T.;
Willcox, Bertram.
17
MAR 1 9 2 0
Hiscock, Frank H.; Jordan, David Starr;
Knickerbacker, John; Russell, Charles M.
18
MAR 1 9 2 0
Willcox, Walter F.
19
MAR 1 9 2 0
Jones, Robert T.; Brown, Elon R.; Holme,
E. H.
20
APR-MAY
Associate Alumni of Cornell University.
1920
21
JUN 1 9 2 0
Harding, Warren G.; Pound, Cuthbert W.;
Kwei, Chi-ting.
University of the Philippines.
22
JUL 1 9 2 0
White, H. S.; Putnam, Henry Sibley;
Harding, Warren G.; Pound, Roscoe.
23
AUG- SEP
Harding, Warren G.
Republican National Committee; League of
Nations.
1920
24
OCT-DEC
1920
25
JAN-MAY
1921
Harding, Warren G.; Hoover, Herbert;
Wadsworth, James W.
Harding, Warren G.; Dominick, D. C.;
Brown, Arthur J.; Hughes, Charles E.;
Moody, Harriet; Sze, Sao-Ke Alfred.
China.
26
MAY 1 9 2 1
Sze, Sao-Ke Alfred; Walker, Guy M.;
Brown, Arthur J.; Wadsworth, James W.;
Holt, Hamilton; Thilly, Frank.
China.
27
JUN-SEP
Harding, Warren G.; Hughes, Charles E.
China.
1921
28
OCT 1 9 2 1
Harding, Warren G.; Lodge, Henry Cabot;
Wadsworth, James W.
Folder
3
Dates
29
NOV 1921
SEP 1922
Feng, U. H.; Hughes, Charles E.; Harding,
Warren G.; Chang, Tso-lin; Wood, Leonard;
Buffington, Joseph.
Philippines.
30
SEP-NOV
1922
Fish, Hamilton; Buffington, Joseph; Wood,
Leonard.
China.
31
FEB-DEC
19 23
Wu, C. C.; Meiklejohn, Alexander;
Washington, Thomas; Wood, Leonard;
Wilhelm, Richard.
32
FEB-APR
1924
Yao, Tang Chi; Coolidge, Calvin; Wood,
Leonard; Denton, Mary Florence.
China.
33
MAY-DEC
1924
Wood, Leonard; Coolidge, Calvin; Jenkins,
Douglas; Straight, Dorothy; Straight,
Willard; McVay, Charles B.; de Fleuriau,
A.
34
JAN-FEB
1924
Hoffman, lice; Coolidge, Calvin;
Sokolsky, George E.
China.
35
MAR 1925
Coolidge, Calvin.
China.
36
MAR 1925
McVay, Charles B.; Washington, Thomas;
Coolidge, Calvin.
37
APR 1925
Huston, J. C.; Feng, Yu-hsiang;
Washington, Thomas; Webber, Leroy;
Liebert, Arthur.
38
APR-JUN
1925
Washington, Thomas; Heinemann, Leopold;
Schurman, George W.; Robbins, Warren D.;
Hoetzsch, Otto; Connor, Elsa.
Box
3
4
Folder
Dates
39
JUL 1925
Thilly, Frank; Schurman, George W.;
Hindenburg, Paul von; Liebert, Arthur;
Connor, William D.; Bartholdy, A.
Mendelssohn; Shotwell, James T.;
Heinemann, Leopold.
China; Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace; Germany.
40
AUG-SEP
1925
Duisberg, Carl; BOY&, A.; Schiff,
Mortimer L.; Kellogg, Frank B.;
Marcosson, Isaac F.; Ostroumoff, Boris
V.; Cunningham, Edwin S.
Germany; China.
41
SEP 1925
Maltzan, Baron von; Marcosson, Isaac F.;
Bueb, Julius; Duisberg, Carl; White,
Horatio S.; Thilly, Frank; Connor,
William D.; Ostroumoff, Boris V.; Bosch,
C.
Germany; China.
1
OCT 1925
Schurman, George W.; Ostroumoff, Boris
V.; Kellogg, Frank B.; Lee, Frederic E.;
Hoover, Herbert.
2
OCT-NOV
1925
Sokobin, Samuel; Muirhead, Lewis A.;
Schurman, Anna Maria s; Ostroumoff, Boris
v.
China; American Committee on the Rights
of Religious Minorities.
3
NOV-DEC
1925
Washburn, Albert H.; Castle, William R.;
Hanson, G. C.; Ostroumoff, Boris V.;
Stresemann, Gustav; Pao, Kwei-Ching.
Locarno Treaty; Germany.
4
JAN-FEB
1926
Morrow, Dwight W.; Muirhead, Lewis A.;
Seth Pringle-Pattison, Andrew; Liebert,
Arthur; Thilly, Frank; Castle, William
R.; Schurman, George W.
Germany; Garantie und Kredit Bank fur den
Osten.
Folder Dates
4
5
FEB-APR
1926
6
APR-JUN
1926
7
JUL-SEP
1926
8
SEP-DEC
1926
9
JAN-MAR
1927
10
APR-JUN
1927
11
JUN-SEP
1927
12
OCT-DEC
1927
Thilly, Frank; Stresemann, Gustav;
Liebert, Arthur; Smith, A. St. Clair;
Seth Pringle-Pattison, Andrew; Kellogg,
Frank B.
Germany.
Thilly, Frank; Liebert, Arthur; Kellogg,
Frank B.; Thiersch, H.; Alexander,
William J.; Klemperer, Herbert von;
Schurman, Anna Maria &; Hilles, Charles
D.
Germany; Republican National Committee.
Weyer, S. Dunbar; Kellogg, Frank B.;
Stoddard, Henry L.; Liebert, Arthur;
Jones, Robert T.; Poole, H. C.; Medofsky,
M. ; Castle, William R.
Koch-Weser, Erich; Davis, J. K.; Deetjen,
Werner; Butler, Nicholas Murray; Liebert,
Arthur; Coolidge, Calvin.
China; Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace.
Liebert, Arthur.
Philippines; Germany.
Kellogg, Frank B:; Hoops, Johannes.
University of Heldelberg; Dawes Plan;
Germany.
Kellogg, Frank B.; MacMurray, J. A.;
Stresemann, Gustav; Hilles, Charles D.;
Castle, William R.
University of Heidelberg; Germany;
Republican National Committee.
Hindenburg, Paul von; Koch-Weser, Erich;
Schurman, Barbara Munro; Kellogg, Frank
B.; Rockefeller, John D.; Stresemann,
Gustav; Speyer, James; Stoehr, Max W.;
Taft, Charles P.; Schiff, Mortimer L.
University of Gottingen; University of
Heidelberg.
Box
4
Folder
13
Dates
JAN 1 9 2 8
Gradenwitz, Otto; Speyer, James; Hoops,
Johannes; Dibelius, Martin.
University of Heidelberg.
JAN 1928
Hoops, Johannes; Dietrich, Herman; Taft,
Charles P.; Stresemann, Gustav;
Rosenwald, Julius; Stoehr, Max W.
University of Heidelberg.
FEB 1 9 2 8
Warburg, Paul M.; Scott, W. B.; Dibelius,
Martin; Speyer, James; Preuss, Else;
Hoops, Johannes; Biermann, Georg.
University of Heidelberg.
MAR 1 9 2 8
Biermann, Georg; Nernst, W.; Eastman,
George; Salin, Edgar; Willcox, Walter F.;
Rosenhaim, Herman; Hoops, Johannes.
University of Heidelberg; China.
MAR-APR
Eastman, George; Hoops, Johannes;
Dibelius, Martin.
University of Heidelberg.
1928
APR 1 9 2 8
Adickes, Erich; Willcox, Walter F.;
Schirmer, H.; Eastman, George; Stoehr,
Max W.
MAY 1 9 2 8
Konig, Edm. von; Eastman, George; Vogel,
Friedrich; Hoops, Johannes.
MAY 1 9 2 8
Hoops, Johannes; Hammond, William A . ;
Andreas, W.; Perkins, Janet; Vogel,
Friedrich; Hoops, Johannes; Winters,
Carl; Stoehr, Max W.; Norton, W. J.
University of Heidelberg.
JUN 1 9 2 8
Hammond, William A.; Winters, Carl;
Konig, Edm. von; Dibelius, Martin;
Andreas, W.; Hoops, Johannes; Hoetzsch,
Otto.
University of Heidelberg.
JUN 1 9 2 8
Hoetzsch, Otto; Norton, W. J.; Stoehr,
Max W.
University of Heidelberg.
Box
4
Folder
Dates
23
JUN 1928
Winters, Carl; Rockefeller, John D.;
Hughes, Charles E.; Hoover, Herbert;
Hoops, Johannes; Speyer, James; Curtis,
Charles.
University of Heidelberg.
24
JUN 1928
Rosenwald, Julius; Dibelius, Martin;
Rockefeller, John D.; Stoehr, Max W.;
Hoops, Johannes.
25
JUL 1928
Warburg, Paul M.; Dibelius, Martin;
White, Edward A.; Baker, George F.;
Rockefeller, John D.
University of Heidelberg.
26
AUG 1928
Konig, Edm. von; Hoops, Johannes; Hoover,
Herbert; Coolidge, Calvin; Nernst, W.;
Atherton, Ray.
27
SEP 1928
Kellogg, Frank B.; Warburg, Paul M.;
Weber, Wilhelm.
28
OCT 1928
Sachs, Samuel; Schniewind, Henry; Salin,
Edgar; Brown, James; Woodin, William H.
University of Heidelberg.
29
OCT 1928
Smith, Lloyd H.; Oberlaender, Gustav;
Forstmann, Julius; Bache, Jules S.
University of Heidelberg.
30
OCT 1928
Gramm, Hanns; Thun, Ferdinand; Janssen,
Henry; Oberlaender, Gustav; Speyer,
James.
University of Heidelberg.
31
OCT 1928
Woodin, William H.
University of Heidelberg.
32
OCT 1928
Rosenwald, Julius; Goldman, Henry;
Stoehr, Max W. ; Walker, Elisha.
University of Heidelberg.
33
NOV 1928
Taft, Charles P.; Schuster, Richard;
Oberlaender, Gustav; Baker, George F.;
Coolidge, Calvin.
University of Heidelberg.
Box
4
Folder
Dates
34
NOV 1928
Rosenwald, Julius; Rockefeller, John D.
University of Heidelberg.
35
NOV 1928
Schniewind, Henry; Oberlaender, Gustav;
Hoops, Johannes.
36
DEC 1928
Stoehr, Max W.; Braman, S.; Heinsheimer,
Karl; Reinhold, Peter.
University of Heidelberg.
37
DEC 1928
Eckener, Hugo; Heinsheimer, Karl.
Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation;
University of Heidelberg.
38
DEC 1928
Hoops, Johannes.
University of Heidelberg.
39
JAN 1929
Heinsheimer, Karl.
University of Heidelberg.
40
FEB 1929
Rosenwald, Julius; Heinsheimer, Karl;
Coolidge, Grace; Coolidge, Calvin.
University of Heidelberg.
1
MAR 1929
Heinsheimer, Karl; Merkenschlager, F.;
Dibelius, Wilhelm; Thun, Ferdinand.
Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation;
University of Heidelberg.
2
APR 1929
Salomon-Calvi, Wilhelm; Loew, Oscar;
Paulli, Eugen; Dibelius, Wilhelm;
Stresemann, Gustav; Neuhaus, Fritz
Berthold.
University of Heidelberg.
3
MAY 1929
McHugh, James M.; Stresemann, Gustav;
Case, Harry L.; Schurman, John; Dibelius,
Martin; Thomsen, Hans; Hoops, Johannes.
China; University of Heidelberg.
4-8
MAY 1929
Birthday greeting telegrams and letters.
9
JUN 1929
Dibelius, Martin.
Box Folder Dates
Correspondents/Subiects
JUL 1 9 2 9
Koch-Weser, Erich; Bright, Edward;
Hammond, William A.; Thilly, Frank;
Walter, Ellery.
AUG 1929
Linthicum, J. Charles; Koch-Weser, Erich;
Liebert, Arthur; McHugh, James M.
SEP 1 9 2 9
Gannett, Frank E.; Case, Harry L.;
Schurman, George W.; Walter, Ellery;
Gruhl, Max.
OCT 1 9 2 9
Stresemann, Gustav; Walter, Ellery;
Ebert, Louise; Bismarck, Princess;
Dibelius, Martin; Case, Harry L.;
Schurman, Robert; Haeberle, A. T.
NOV 1 9 2 9
Oncken, Herman; McHugh, James M.; van
Loon, Hendrik Willem; Gruhl, Max;
Bernhard, Henry; Bauer, Heinrich.
DEC 1 9 2 9
Hoops, Johannes; Gutbier, L. W.;
Furstenberg, Hans.
DEC 1 9 2 9
Gutbier, L. W.; Curtius, Julius; Hoops,
Johannes; Kuh, Frederick; Heineken, Ph.
American Chamber of Commerce in Germany.
DEC 1 9 2 9
Gabler, Fritz; Kuhenemann, Eugen; Petri,
Walther; Hoetzsch, Otto; Heye, Wilhelm;
Marx, Wilhelm.
DEC 1 9 2 9
JAN 1 9 3 0
Heye, Wilhelm.
JAN 1 9 3 0
Nernst, W.; Elster, Ernst; Emerson,
Alfred; Hoops, Johannes; Erler, Fritz;
Huddle, J. Klahr; Liebert, Arthur;
Reimold, Emil.
JAN 1 9 3 0
Liebert, Arthur; Patton, K. S.
JAN 1 9 3 0
Leonard, Walter F.; Luther, Hans; Oncken,
Herman; Koch-Weser, Erich.
JAN 1 9 3 0
Stock, Robert; Muller, Paul; Honold, F.;
Centoz, Louis; Hindenburg, Paul von.
Box
5
Folder
23
Dates
JAN 1930
Kardorff, S. von; Goldschmidt, Jakob;
Hoops, Johannes; Hindenburg, Paul von;
Tschirch, Emil
.
FEB 1930
Lawrence, Richard W.; Hilles, Charles D.;
Kehl, W. ; Hughes, Charles E.
National Republican Club; Republican
National Committee.
MAR 1930
Adenauer, ~ o n r a d ;Pound, Cuthbert W.;
Roosevelt, Franklin D.; Newman, Jared T.;
Faust, A. B.
APR-JUL
1930
Langdon, Jervis; Strong, William
Gillespie; Boochever, Louis C.; Flack,
Harold; Stresemann, Gustav; Osmefia,
Sergio.
Philippines.
AUG-SEP
1930
Bullock, Charles J.; Stresemann, Gustav;
Tschirch, Emil.
OCT-NOV
1930
Scheidely, Joseph; Schurman, Barbara
Munro; Curtius, A.; Washington, Thomas;
Burr, George Lincoln; Bancroft, Wilder;
Hughes, Charles E.; Farrand, Livingston;
Cornell, Caroline H.
NOV 1930
Schurman, Barbara Munro; Stresemann,
Kaete; Jones, Robert T.; Hammond, William
A.; Simon, H. F.; Kuh, Frederick; Mann,
A. R.
NOV 1930
Schurman, Barbara Munro; Schurman,
Minnie; Cornell, Mary E.; Hoops,
Johannes; Hindenburg, Paul von.
NOV 1930
Dibelius, Martin; Burdick, Charles K.;
Brown, Arthur J.; Heineken, Ph.; Carman,
Alice B.; Elster, Erich; Willcox,
Bertram; Hoy, David F.
NOV 1930
Connor, William D.; Walker, James J.;
Flack, Harold; Hindenburg, Paul von.
BOX
5
Folder
33
Dates
NOV 1 9 3 0
Ferguson, John C.; Seth Pringle-Pattison,
Andrew; Patterson, Woodford; Stresemann,
Gustav
.
34
NOV 1 9 3 0
Bruening, Heinrich; Hilles, Charles D.
1
DEC 1 9 3 0
Taylor, Myron C.; Rutherford, Daisy;
White, Horatio S.; Andreas, W.
Curtius, Julius.
3
JAN-JUN
1931
4
5
1931
Rutherford, Daisy; Hadaway, William S.;
~ G o n ,Maurice.
Schurman family genealogy.
NOV-DEC
Hadaway, William S.; Leon, Maurice.
Schurman family genealogy.
AUG-OCT
1931
6
JAN-MAR
1932
7
JUN-OCT
1932
8
Kirk, Clara; Seth Pringle-Pattison,
Andrew; Brown, Arthur J.; Fuentes, Ismail
G.; Koch-Weser, Irma; Schurman, M. F.
NOV-DEC
1932
Stimson, Henry L.; McHugh, James M.;
Pound, Cuthbert W.
Speyer, James; Osmeiia, Sergio.
Philippines.
~smeiia,Sergio; Capper, J. B.; Schurman,
M. F.
Philippines.
1933
Osmeiia, Sergio; Sotto, Vincente; Quezon,
Manuel L.; Roosevelt, Franklin D.
Philippines; Philippine Civic Union.
MAR-MAY
1934
Hull, Cordell; Wallace, Tom.
Birthday felicitations.
11
MAY 1 9 3 4
White, J. DuPratt.
12
JUL 1 9 3 4
SEP 1 9 3 5
Thomas, Wilbur K.; Dodd, William E.;
petro, W.; Alexander, William J.
13
AUG 1 9 3 6
SEP 1 9 3 7
Rockefeller, John D.; Burke, Edward R.;
~ u l l ,Cordell.
9
10
JAN-NOV
Folder
6
Dates
14
JAN-NOV
1938
Gannett, Frank E.; Hammond, William A.;
Ridder, Victor F.; Alexander, William J
15
MAY-AUG
1939
Tydings, Millard E.; Osmeiia, Sergio.
16
FEB-OCT
1940
Robinson, Thomas L.; Thomas, Wilbur K.;
Thun, Ferdinand; Burke, Edward R.;
Gannett, Frank E.
Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation.
17
APR 1941
Letter from Schurman.
18
AUG 1942
Kinne, Birge W.
Letters of condolence on the death of
Jacob Gould Schurman to Jacob Gould
Schurman , Jr
.
19
AUG 1942
Schurman, M. F.; Lefkowitz, Louis J.
Letters of condolence on the death of
Jacob Gould Schurman to Jacob Gould
Schurman, Jr
.
20
AUG 1942
Farley, James A.
Letters of condolence on the death of
Jacob Gould Schurman to Jacob Gould
Schurman, Jr
.
21
AUG 1942
Schurman, M. F.
Letters of condolence on the death of
Jacob Gould Schurman to Jacob Gould
Schurman, Jr
.
22
AUG 1942
Rockefeller, John D.; LeBoeuf, Randall J.
Letters of condolence on the death of
Jacob Gould Schurman to Jacob Gould
Schurman, Jr.
23-24
AUG 1942
Letters of condolence on the death of
Jacob Gould Schurman to Jacob Gould
Schurman, Jr.
Box
6
Folder
Dates
25
AUG 1942
Lehman, Herbert H.; Hughes, Charles E.;
La Guardia, F. H.; Gannett, Frank E.
Telegrams of condolence on the death of
Jacob Gould Schurman to Jacob Gould
Schurman, Jr.
26
AUG 1942
Taylor, Myron C.; Wagner, Robert F.;
Shih, Hu.
Telegrams of condolence on the death of
Jacob Gould Schurman to Jacob Gould
Schurman, Jr.
Speyer, James; Wilson, Tom; Garland,
Hamlin; James, William; Stanton,
Elizabeth Cady; Stresemann, Kaete;
Stresemann, Gustav; Smith, Goldwin;
Mitchell, P. Chalmers.
Clsment, M.; Chatfield-Taylor, H. C.;
Bigelow, Poultney; Rhys, John; Robbins,
Reginald C.L Nixon, S. F.; Stresemann,
Kaete; Osmena, Sergio; Hoffman, Alice.
Miscellaneous Correspondence.
Box
7
Folder
Dates
The Acadia Athenaeum.
1
19 JUN
1889
The Centenary Movement of Thought.
"The Fourth of July"
29 SEP
1892
"Address to Students"
11 NOV
1892
Grounds of an Appeal to the State for Aid
to Cornell University.
28 SEP
1893
" ~ d d r e s sto Students"
Moral Obligation.
27 JAN
1894
"Religion a Part of Liberal Culture" in
The Cornell Era.
27 FEB
1894
Phi Beta Kappa talk.
1895
"Some Unsolved Problems of Secondary
Education" in The Schoolmasters '
Association of New York And Vicinity.
JAN 1896
"The Problem of the Book of Job" in The
Bulletin.
1 8 FEB
1896
"The Vocation of the Teacher" at the
National Education Association,
Jacksonville, Florida.
24 SEP
1896
Notes for address (Welcome to Students).
MAR 1897
"Cornell's Action Regarding the A. B.
Degree" and "A Notable Debate" (with M.
Stryker) in Journal of Pedagogy.
"Kidd's thesis is the importance of
religion
..."
2 3 SEP
1897
"Address to Students"
Box Folder Dates
7
Titles/Subiects
17
23 SEP
1897
"president's ~ddress"
18
24 NOV
1897
"Address" in publication of the American
Society of Civil Engineers.
19
22 SEP
1898
"Notes for Address to Students"
20
OCT 1898
"A Young p an's First Year in College" in
The Intercollegian.
"Socrates in the Symposium..
."
22
4 APR
1899
Draft Manuscript: "Proclamation:
People of the Philippine Islands"
To the
23
4 APR
1899
Draft Typescript: "Proclamation:
People of the Philippine Islands"
To the
24
C. 1
JUN
1899
"Following my personal view of present
(Philippines).
situation
..."
3 JUN
1899
"Secret and Confidential. Following my
personal views of the present
situation
(Philippines).
5 JUN
1899
"The President suggests that you submit
views. .
27
SEP 1899
"~ddressto Students"
28
28 SEP
1900
"Address to Students"
29
22 FEB
1900
"ExpansionN in publication of the Union
League Club, Chicago.
25
26
..."
..
I,
"Address" in the University Records,
Cornell University Medical College
publication.
"Address" at the Thirty-third
Commencement.
"The Work of Cornell University for
Agriculture. "
Box
7
Folder
Dates
33
1902
"The Elective System and its ~ i m i t s "in
Regents Bulletin.
34
1 9 JUN
1902
"Fellow Graduates"
35
NOV 1 9 0 2
"Oration" in the University of Colorado
Bulletin.
36
1 3 DEC
1902
"State Education:
Standing"
37
2 5 MAY
1903
"~merson'sInfluence on the Higher
Thought of America"
38
27 MAY
1903
"Speech Delivered by Jacob Gould Schurman
at the Kishineff Indignation Meeting,
Carnegie Hall"
39
1 7 JUN
1903
Speech at the Alumni Banquet.
1
1 8 JUN
1903
Address to the graduating classes.
Its Rise and Present
..."
in
"My own attitude on the subject
the Proceedings of the 17th Annual
Convention of the Associa tion of Colleges
and Preparatory Schools of the Middle
States and Maryland.
Notes of a talk to students on:
Study"
"How to
Talk on Benjamin Franklin.
5
DEC 1 9 0 3
"The Future of American Colleges"
6
2 4 JAN
1904
"Business and ~overnment"
7
9 FEB
1904
"Address" in the publication of the Joint
Educational Committee of the Legislature.
8
11 FEB
1904
"Changes in Our Higher
ducat ion"
Folder D&SS
8
9
1904
he Function in Education of
Mathematics, Languages, and Sciences" in
the publication of the Connecticut
Association of Classical High School
Teachers.
Statement of Schurman before the
Committee on Agriculture.
"Speech" at the Banquet Given in Honor of
the Board of Filipino Commissioners.
"The last phenomenon to which I invite
your attention.. ."
12-13
1 2 FEB
1904
"Abraham Lincoln - The Statesman"
14
3 0 JAN
1904
Lotos Club Dinner: "The distinguished
guest [Sir Mortimer Durandl whom you
honor. . "
15
1 6 FEB
1904
"The Bearing of a College
16
1 3 JAN
1904
"The True Elements of National Greatness"
17
1 0 MAY
1904
Talk on Herbert Spencer:
in 1 8 7 0
18
25 MAY
1904
"when a government has for a long time
demonstrated its incapacity to maintain
peace. . "
.
..."
ducat ion"
"Darwin wrote
.
"At the close of the academic year. ..
I,
19
22 JUN
1904
20
1 0 NOV
1904
"I congratulate the people of Watertown
on securing such a beautiful library
building. I'
21
1 9 DEC
1904
"Some Unsettled Problems of Public
Policy"
22
1905
" ~ u tit is in the building..
..
.
"
Box
8
Dates
~itles/Subiects
23
5 FEB
1905
"The Christian Faith of ~ o d a y "
24
22 JUN
1905
Address to the graduating classes.
25
6 FEB
1906
"Government Regulation of Railway Rates"
26
6 FEB
1906
"Peace and Economy"
27
10 FEB
1906
"Liberal Culture:
28
24 FEB
1906
Address to the Cornell alumni of Buffalo.
29
8 FEB
1906
Remarks at reception of Imperial Chinese
Commission.
Folder
Athenian and American"
"Reaction of Graduate Work on the Other
Work of the University"
31
19 JUN
1906
"Opening Remarks" in the pamphlet of the
Dedication of Goldwin Smith Hall.
32
21 JUN
1906
Address at Commencement: "A life like
Ezra Cornell's is a sane and
stimulating..
33
19 NOV
1906
"Conscience in Business"
34
5 DEC
1906
"Speaking at a Cornell crew celebration
tonight President Schurman said that he
believed
35
28 DEC
1906
"National Greatness"
36
28 DEC
1906
"The physical training of our youth
."
..."
..."
Box Folder
8
he Reaction of Graduate Work on the
Other Work of the university" from the
Journal o f Proceedings and A d d r e s s e s o f
t h e Conference o f t h e A s s o c i a t i o n of
American U n i v e r s i t i e s .
37
20 JAN
1907
Debate transcript:
Socialism"
"Individualism vs.
22, 25
FEB 1907
"Some Present Day Problems"
14 MAY
1907
"The Civic Club have asked me to speak on
the Public Utilities Bill
20 JUN
1907
Address at Commencement.
10 OCT
1907
Address on New York Day, Jamestown
Exposition: "To Virginia, the oldest of
,I
our states
NOV 1907
Manuscript for Cooper Union talk:
of this movement of reform
7 DEC
1907
Address at the Tennessee Society of New
York.
1907
"Some Present Day Problems"
26 DEC
1907
It
24 JAN
1908
"Memoranda for the Use of Gov. H."
1908
Speech on the anti-racetrack gambling
bill.
10 JUN
1908
Remarks at Commencement of the Cornell
University Medical College.
2 OCT
1908
Notes: "Announcements; Besides Religion
there is Politics
21 NOV
1908
"Our National Outlook"
..."
...
..."
"Out
Governor Hughes" from The Independent
..."
.
Dates
~itles/~ubiects
52
16 DEC
1908
"The Problem of Great Fortunes"
53
20 DEC
1908
"The Development of Religious Thought" at
Salt Lake City Tabernacle.
54
6 FEB
1909
Address to Alumni in Syracuse.
55
5 FEB
1909
"Direct Primary Nominations"
56
15 MAR
1909
"The Adaption of University Work to the
Common Life of the People" in the
Education Department Bulletin, University
of the State of New York.
57
12 APR
1909
"Reducing the Cost of Living"
58
OCT 1909
"Address" on the Anti-vivisection bills.
59
24 APR
1909
Greeting to His Excellency Joaquim
Nabuco, the Brazilian Ambassador, on
behalf of the Latin-American students of
Cornell University.
1
2 MAY
1909
Address before the National Peace
Congress.
2
3 JUN
1909
Speech at Independence Day Banquet,
American Chamber of Commerce in Paris.
3
8-9 OCT
1909
Address at the National Association of
State Universities.
4
OCT 1909
"Address" in the publication of the
National Association of State
Universities.
Folder
8
9
Notes: "Goodbye to Crane; Welcome to
Students
..."
6
11 NOV
1909
"A School for Sanitarians"
Folder Dates
9
28 DEC
1909
Address to the Modern Language
Association: "Cornell University has
from the very beginning
8
31 DEC
1909
Talk at American Economic Association.
9
15 JAN
1910
"The Relation of the University to the
Medical School" in the American Medical
Association Bulletin.
10
19 JAN
1910
Address before the New York State
Agricultural Society: "There has been an
immense awakening of interest in
It
agriculture
7
..."
...
11
27 JAN
1910
Address at the banquet of the Cornell
University Club of New York City.
12
7 JAN
1910
"Agriculture and Education"
13
1 FEB
191 0
"Agricultural Type of Civilization"
14
12 FEB
1910
Address at Phi Beta Kappa Club of
Buffa10
15
12 FEB
1910
"Justice in Taxation"
.
"Numbers of Students: The growth of
Cornell University has been little short
of phenomenal. "
..
17
17 MAR
1910
Address to New York Unitarian Club.
18
22 APR
191 0
"Alluding to the death of Mark Twain
19
22 APR
191 0
"The Rockefeller Foundation Bill"
20
2 4 APR
1910
Remarks by Schurman at Memorial Service
for Ross Gilmore Marvin.
..."
Box
9
Folder
21
Dates
16 APR
1910
"The Relation of the University to the
Medical School"
JUN 1910
"Jottings on the Tobacco Case"
4 JUN
1910
indication or
Partial typescript: I,
proof of a combination in restraint of
trade. . "
15 JUN
1910
"Progress in Medical Education"
23 APR
1910
Address to the graduating class:
"Nationalism and Humanity" pertaining
mainly to Goldwin Smith.
23 JUN
1910
"Goldwin Smith's Service to Humanity"
from The Westminster.
15 JUN
1910
"Progress in Medical Education"
18 AUG
1910
"The American System of Representative
Government"
SEP 1910
Notes for a talk to students: "The
Loneliness of Freshmen; Fraternities and
Clubs"
SEP 1910
Resolution prepared by Schurman at the
State Convention: "We especially commend
his reverence for the constitution
...
.
..."
28 SEP
191 0
Address to students.
8 OCT
191 0
"The Growth and Prosperity of Rochester"
NOV 1910
"Some Elements of Religious Progress" in
the publication of the Dedication of the
New Buildings of the Union Theological
Seminary.
4 NOV
1910
"The New Nationalism"
Box
9
Folder
35
Dates
Titles/Subiects
28 NOV
"Religious progress"
1910
36
2 DEC
"progressive Policies"
1910
37
6 DEC
1911
Address by Schurman to protest against
~ussia's treatment of United States
passports.
38
22 DEC
"Puritan Ideals :
Progress and ~ eorm"
f
191 0
39
22 DEC
191 0
40
DEC 1 9 1 0
"~ddress"in the publication of the New
England Society of Pennsylvania.
"we especially commend his reverence for
the constitution
..."
"Agriculture and Education" in the
publication of the New York State Fruit
Growers' Association.
42
11 JAN
191 1
Address given on Founder's Day about
Goldwin Smith (mostly taken from smith's
own Reminiscences)
43
1 3 APR
1911
"Jefferson and Public Policies of To-day"
44
1 3 APR
1911
"Jefferson and Public Policies of To-day"
45
23 APR
"Man Moral and Man Brutal"
1911
46
47
1911
Speech at the banquet in honor of
Governor Dix.
22 JUN
"Our '~arbarous'Civilization"
2 MAY
1911
48
JUL 1 9 1 1
Remarks at Seattle Commercial Club: "The
decisions of the Supreme Court in the
Standard Oil and Tobacco cases
..."
Box
9
Folder
49
Dates
~itles/~ubiects
21 AUG
1911
Speech to the Canadian Club, Winnipeg.
28 SEP
1911
Address to Students:
for.. .?"
7 NOV
1911
"President Taft's Peace Treaties:
Forward Step in Civilization"
21-25 NOV
1911
"Public Opinion and the National Reserve
Association Plan"
28 NOV
1911
Quotes from ~churman's speeches on a
southern tour.
6 DEC
1911
Address by Schurman to protest against
Russia's treatment of United States
passports.
17 DEC
1911
"Current Unrest and Proposed Remedies"
14 JAN
191 2
Address to the Cornell Socialist Club:
"Socialism appeals successfully to two
classes of the community
25 FEB
1912
"Socialism" in the New York Tribune.
1 1 APR
1912
Address before Citizens' Mass Meeting in
Support of President Taft, Philadelphia.
1 1 MAY
1912
Speech on the occasion of the
inauguration of Dr. Hibben as President
of Princeton University.
13 JUN
1912
Address to graduating class.
"What are you here
A
..."
a an king Reform and Party ~olitics"
"Faculty Participation in University
Government" from the resident's Report.
25 SEP
1913
Notes: "Delighted to be back in
America. I,
..
Box Folder
9
64
21 OCT
1913
Address at the laying of the cornerstone,
Young Men's Christian Association,
Watertown, NY .
10-11 NOV
1913
Address at the New York State Conference
on Religion.
1913
"Speech" from the publication of the
Republican State Convention.
12 NOV
1913
Remarks introducing Ludwig Fulda.
13 NOV
1913
"The Situation in the Balkans from
October 19 1 2 to October 19 1 3" from the
Cornell Alumni News.
5 FEB
191 4
"The University's Life and Problems" from
the Cornell Alumni News.
4 JUN
1914
"~eformsin State Govermbent"
17 JUN
1914
"Commencement Address" from the Official
Publications of Cornell Universf ty.
25 JUN
1914
"Commencement Address" from the Cornell
Alumni News.
24 SEP
191 4
Address to Students.
1 OCT
191 4
"Annual Address" in the Cornell Alumni
News
13 NOV
1914
"Some Issues of the Day"
.
"President Schurman Believes Every
College Should Introduce Military
Training"
DEC 1914
"Our Colleges and Universities and the
National Defense"
21 DEC
1914
"The Prospects of the United States"
Box
10
Folder
Dates
11
21 DEC
191 4
"The Outlook for the United States"
(A speech also titled "Business and
Government")
12
13 MAR
191 5
"Chemistry in America and Our National
Needs"
13
1 0 APR
191 5
"Some Problems of the Constitutional
Convention" including "Woman suffrage"
14
1 0 APR
1915
"~ddress"in the publication of the
Delegates of the New York State
Constitutional Convention.
15
1 0 APR
1915
Address at the Lawyers' Club of Buffalo
in Honor of the Delegates of the New York
State Constitutional Convention"
16
28 APR
191 5
Address at the Annual Grant dinner of the
Unconditional Republican Club in Albany.
17
1 7 MAY
1915
"The Cornell of Today" in Cornell
Reunion, 1895.
Commencement address.
19
SEP 1915
"The Cornellian Council is the organized
agency.. I I
20
7 OCT
191 5
"Annual Address" in the Cornell Alumni
News.
21
9 OCT
1915
1 0 NOV
1915
Schoellkopf Field dedication.
22
11 JAN
191 6
Remarks at Founder's Day Exercises.
23
JAN 1916
Remarks on Morse Hall fire
24
1 2 FEB
1916
"Speech" in the publication of the
Lincoln Dinner.
25
14 APR
1916
Speech at the Civic Club of Brooklyn:
"International Relations"
.
"To All Members of the Instructing Staff"
Box
10
Folder
26
Dates
Titles/Subiects
17 APR
1916
Statements regarding the nomination of a
presidential candidate by the Republican
party.
APR 1916
"Hughes and the presidency"
29 MAY
1916
"Hughes - why?" in The Independent.
"Cornell and Military Service"
12 OCT
1916
Address in Stadium: "we open two weeks
later than usual: why? Infantile
Paralysis.. "
29 NOV
191 6
Address at the inauguration of John
Balcom Shaw as President of Elmira
College.
.
"~ilson's Mexican Failure"
JAN 1917
"The Outlook for College Women" from the
Elmira College Bulletin.
3 FEB
191 7
Interview transcript: "Severance of
diplomatic relations does not mean
war. ,I
22 FEB
1917
"Washington:
22 FEB
1917
"Oration" in Proceedings of 'University
Day,' University of Pennsylvania.
5 MAR
191 7
Remarks at Convocation Hour.
MAR 1917
"washington: Then and Now" in the Alumni
Register - University of Pennsylvania.
6 APR
191 7
"Agricultural Preparedness"
23 APR
1917
"The Present Crisis"
..
Then and Now"
Box
10
Dates
~itles/Subiects
41
APR 191 7
"Professor Creighton as Teacher"
42
30 MAY
1917
Address delivered at the Officers'
Training Camp, Madison Barracks.
30 MAY
191 7
"Why America is in the War"
10 JUN
191 7
Notes regarding Germany.
10 JUN
191 7
Address at the Baptist Church: "I think
this war, as has been said, was
inevitable. "
27 JUN
1917
Commencement Address
AUG 1917
"To the Students Actual and Prospective,
of Cornell University and the Parents and
Guardians of Students"
191 7
"~xecutiveResponsibility for State
Government in the Proposed Constitution
for New York"
30 AUG
191 7
Address before the New York State Woman
Suffrage Party Mass Meeting of the
Conference at Saratoga Springs: "We live
amid the most momentous events that have
ever taken place on this planet
Folder
..
..."
4 OCT
1917
Remarks in C o r n e l l A l u m n i N e w s .
1 1 OCT
191 7
"It is not for outsiders to interfere
with the domestic problems of Columbia
I,
University
1917
"President Schurman of Cornell Believes
Every College Should Introduce Military
Training"
31 DEC
1917
"Some Notes on Balkan Problems"
...
Box
10
Folder
Dates
54
28 JAN
1918
Memorandum supplementary to "Some Notes
on Balkan Problems"
55
23 JAN
1918
Address before the New York State
Wholesale Bakers' Association: "The
great world-war in which a sufficiency of
bread may be the determining factor...
I,
Memorandum concerning a conference held
with President Wilson by Lawrence Lowell
and William H. Taft.
57
28 MAR
1918
Memorandum of conference with President
Wilson.
58
191 8
"The Food Crisis and the Farmer"
59
MAR 1918
"The Bakers and Food Control"
60
4 JUL
1918
Address delivered on the Steamer
"Lapland" in Mid-Ocean
61
23 MAY
191 8
Commencement Address; Notes on Germany.
62
23 May
191 8
Portion of address at Milk and Dairy Farm
Exposition: "At the present time ships
are the limiting factor in winning the
war. . I,
.
.
Partial typescript: "With violent
fluctuations in demand for different
agricultural products
..."
64
8 JUN
1918
"The Time Has Arrived When -
65
12 JUN
1918
Notes:
Schif f
66
JUN 1918
Remarks in C o r n e l l A l u m n i N e w s .
67
OCT 1918
Talk at the Auburn Theological Seminary.
68
1 6 JAN
1919
Address at the dinner of the Holland
Society; Address at Cosmopolitan Club ( 2 1
FEB 1 9 1 9 ) on League of Nations.
"
"~unchedtoday with Mr. Jacob H.
...
"
Box
10
Folder
Address at the Semi-centennial
Celebration of Cornell University.
69
20 JUN
1919
Speech at the Semi-centennial Celebration
dinner.
22 JUN
191 9
Speech at the unveiling of the statue of
Ezra Cornell.
23 JUN
191 9
Manuscript draft:
2 OCT
1919
Address to students:
a new world. . "
20 JAN
1920
s om or row"
"Ezra Cornell"
.
"we have come into
h he American University:
To-Day and
27 JAN
1920
Address at the Pan American Society
12 FEB
1920
Address at ~armers'Week, New York State
College of Agriculture.
"AS Reflected by..
Eyes o f .
..
." in
Japan Through t h e
JAN-FEB
1920
h he American University:
Tomorrow"
12 FEB
1920
Letter to the Board of Trustees of
Cornell University; Schurman's
resignation: "I have long been of the
opinion. "
To-day and
..
19 APR
1920
"The American University:
Tomorrow"
To-day and
28 APR
1920
Address at Imperial University (Japan).
23 JUN
1920
Commencement Address.
27 JUN
1920
"Liberty in the Present World Crisis"
Folder
Dates
~itles/Subiects
NOV 1920
An "interview" with President-Elect
Warren Harding.
13 OCT
1921
Address before the American Chamber of
Commerce at Tientsin: "Business
Situation in the United States"
"Vast Changes in China"
22 FEB
1922
Address before the American Association
of North China on Washington's Birthday.
22 FEB
1922
"What the Washington Conference has done
for China"
28 MAR
1922
"Foreign Help and Self-help for china"
MAR 1922
"The United States and the philippinest':
"It is now twenty three years since I
came to Manila. . "
.
"It is a great pleasure to me to meet in
the capital of China so many of my
countrymen..
."
22 FEB
1923
Speech before the American Association,
Peking.
6 SEP
1923
Speech in Harbin China.
Speech at dinner of Governor, Yunnan.
22 FEB
1924
Speech to the American Association of
North China: "George Washington was not
born great. . ."
25 APR
1924
Speech in presenting Dr. Tagore to the
Anglo-American Association at the tiffin.
14 MAY
1924
"The Immigration Problem in the United
States"
5 SEP
1924
Speech at the Luncheon of the Chamber of
Commerce of San Francisco.
Dates
~itles/Subiects
22
17 DEC
1924
Speech before the Union Club of Shanghai.
23
20 JAN
1925
"~xtraterritorialityand its Gradual
Relinquishment"
24
23 FEB
1925
Speech at the dinner of the American
Association in Celebration of
Washington's Birthday.
25
4 JUL
1926
Speech in Berlin: "In these hours
Americans everywhere, whether at home or
abroad, are coming together to
celebrate ..."
Folder
11
"Kant: The Champion of American
~ndependence"
27
4 MAR
1927
"Ansprachen Tischreden und
Telegrammwechsel bei der ~roffnungder
Direkten Kabellinie Emden-Azoren New
York"
28
4 MAR
1927
Speech on the occasion of the dedication
of the Emden-Azores Cable.
29
30 APR
1927
Speech at the Centennial Celebration of
the Foundation of Bremerhaven.
Incomplete typescript: "I said something
this morning regarding the earliest
navigation and commerce
..."
..."
31
MAY 1927
"I am deeply sensible of the honor
32
1927
"Heute morgen habe ich ueber die Anfaenge
der Schiffahrt.. ."
"Es ist mire eine besondere Freude
"Ich bin, wie Sie sehen, auf der
Reise. "
..
"We are assembled to celebrate the
foundation of Bremerhaven
..."
..."
Box
11
Folder
36
Dates
1927
"It gives me particular pleasure to be
able to be with you
..."
I,
I am, as you will recognize, a
traveller, but I am happy to accept
38
7 JUN
1927
..."
Welcome by Ambassador Schurman at
Tempelhofer Feld: "Welcome to the
aviator who has made the first non-stop
flight from New York to Germany
..."
39
9 JUN
1927
Speech at the banquet given by the
Reichsverkehrsminister: "I desire to
thank you for your splendid tribute to
the two young Americans..
."
40
1 0 JUN
1927
Speech at the Rathaus: "The people of
Berlin, and indeed of all Germany
41
1 0 JUN
1927
Speech at Dinner Given by American Club
in Honor of Mssrs. Chamberlin and Levine:
"The German people have extended to
Chamberlin and Levine such a hearty
English and German texts.
..."
..."
42
1 0 JUN
1927
"Wir Amerikaner freuen uns in
Deutschland
"Es ist mir eine besondere Freude
"It affords me an especial pleasure to be
allowed to take part at this memorable
celebration, and I would like to express
my appreciation to the German Shakespeare
Society
..."
..."
..."
43
4 JUL
1927
Article for the "Paris Herald" Special
Edition: "On this day in 1 7 7 6 the
American nation was born . . . I 1
44
2 5 JUL
1927
"personal and Strictly Confidential for
the Secretary": "I returned to Berlin
Saturday morning
45
1 3 AUG
1927
"I am delighted to see you again
46
SEP 1 9 2 7
An Appreciation of Baron Maltzan.
..."
...
I,
Box Folder
-
Dates
~itles/Subiects
c. 1927
"When the American aviator, Chamberlin,
and his companion, Levine... I,
3 NOV
1927
"We are met today to commemorate the
arrival in America of Baron Wilhelm von
"
Steuben
29 NOV
1927
Press dispatch: "The American Ambassador
in Berlin expressed himself.
c. 1927
"Wahrend des Krieges und in der ersten
Nachkriegszeit
"
c. 1927
Translation by Schurman:
dear city..
1928
"Address" at the Ceremony Conferring
Honorary Degrees upon the Foreign
Minister Dr. Stresemann and the
Ambassador of the United States in the
Convocation Hall of Heidelberg
University.
2 MAY
1928
Address at the banquet of the American
Club of Berlin in honor of the TransAtlantic flyers.
5 MAY
1928
Remarks on the occasion of receiving the
honorary degree of Doctor of Philosophy
from the University of Heidelberg.
MAY 1928
"Ich bin mir der Ehre voll bewusst
31 MAY
1928
Speech at the dinner in honor of the
Arctic flyers, Captain Wilkins and
Lieutenant Eielson.
10 AUG
1928
Address at the Hochschule fur Politik,
Berlin.
15 AUG
1928
Address on the occasion of the
christening of the North German Lloyd's
Steamship EUROPA.
AUG 1928
Remarks on the Subject of the Prevention
of War.
...
.."
. ..
."
"Old Heidelberg
..."
Box
11
Folder
Dates
60
1 NOV
1928
Speech before the New York Chamber of
Commerce.
61
1 7 DEC
1928
"Speech delivered in snow-storm from
Balcony of Stadt Halle
aI
"Es freut mich diesen langen
DEC 1 9 2 8
"YOU have announced that the City of
Heidelberg has conferred upon me honorary
citizenship..
62
..."
...
."
63
c. DEC
1928
" ~ tis a delight once more to be in
Heidelberg
..."
64
DEC 1 9 2 8
"~avingjust returned from Heidelberg to
Berlin. . ."
65
22 FEB
1929
Speech at the Washington's Birthday
Dinner of the American Club in Berlin.
66
27 FEB
1929
"On the occasion of the celebration of
Washington's Birthday
67
3 MAR
1929
... des hundertsten Geburtstages von
Carl Schurz
"
3 MAY
"American Universities"
68
..."
I,
...
1929
69
7 MAY
1929
Address at the Dedication of the Harnack
House of the Kaiser Wilhelm Gesellschaft
for the Advancement of Science.
English and German texts.
70
7 MAY
1929
"Ansprachen bei der Einweihung des
~arnak-Hauses"
71
22 MAY
1929
Speech on the occasion of the Celebration
of the 25th anniversary of the KantGesellschaft at Halle.
72
22 MAY
1929
Speech on the occasion of the Celebration
of the 25th anniversary of the KantGesellschaft at Halle. German text.
Box
11
Folder
73
4 JUN
1929
Speech on the occasion of the 100th
Anniversary of the Opening of the
American Consulate in Frankfort.
8 JUN
1929
"China's Financial Status and its
Relation to the Present Political
Situation"
Address at the German Ministry of
Transportation.
18 JUN
1929
Tacna-Arica Celebration: "I join you in
the expression of supreme satisfaction
that it has been possible for Chile and
Peru. I *
..
12 AUG
1929
Speech at the International Banquet of
World Advertising Convention.
5 SEP
1929
Address at Friedrichshafen on the
occasion of the return of the "Graf
Zeppelin" from its flight around the
world.
1 OCT
1929
"I felicitate the 'New York Herald' on
the laying of the corner-stone of its new
building
3 OCT
1929
"Dr. Stresemann's death comes as a great
shock, for in spite of grave illness our
hopes painted for him an active and
fruitful future..
..."
."
OCT 1929
"Enlarging Campus and Locating Buildings"
10 DEC
1929
Address at the Annual Banquet of the
American Chamber of Commerce in Germany.
10 DEC
1929
"For a Chamber of Commerce I consider the
proceedings have assumed an
extraordinarily personal character
4 JAN
1930
"Gramophone record text of remarks made
by the Ambassador for record to preserve
his voice": "As I am laying down the
office of Ambassador of the United States
to Germany. "
..."
..
ox
12
Folder
Dates
2
JAN 1 9 3 0
"Beim Verlassen der deutschen Gewasser
ist es mir ein..."
3
1 2 FEB
1930
Speech at the Lincoln Dinner of the
National Republican Club.
4
1 7 FEB
1930
Speech at the Dinner of the Board of
Trade for German-American Commerce.
5
1 7 FEB
1930
"Address" at the Banquet at the Hotel
Astor, from the German A m e r i c a n C o m m e r c e
Bulletin.
6
6 MAR
1930
Speech at the Dinner of the Economic Club
of New York.
7
1 7 MAR
1930
Notes of speech to the German-American
Organization, New York City.
8
1 APR
1930
"Fellow Cornellians:
roll tonight. .
9
APR-JUL
"In the United States we continue to hear
the parrot-like refrain..."
1930
We are calling the
."
10
1930
"In the 'New York Times' of last Sunday,
October 19th, Governor Roosevelt
11
3 OCT
1930
Notes for Address:
12
1 0 NOV
1930
Address at World Alliance for
International Friendship: "The highest
expression of goodwill
13
2 8 OCT
1931
"A World Out of Joint"
14
11 JAN
1932
"The Old and New Education"
15
1 5 JAN
1932
"Balch dinner in my honor at Cal Tech."
16
1 8 JAN
1932
Notes for Pasadena lecture course:
"Washington Bicentennial; Farewell
Address"
..."
"Stresemann"
..."
Box
12
Folder
17
Dates
~itles/Subiect~
20 JAN
1932
Notes for lecture, California Institute
of Technology, Pasadena: "Germany and
her Problems"
25 JAN
1932
Notes for Associates dinner talk, Cal
Tech.
JAN 1932
"Foreign Affairs - Why the Philippines
Expect Independence"
FEB 1932
"Among the remarkable things which the
older generations witnessed is the rapid
growth of American cities
..."
12 FEB
1932
Address to Dinner of Lincoln Club.
FEB 1932
"Napoleon to Metternich"
15 FEB
1932
"The Growth of Municipal Activities"
17 FEB
1932
"Great Britain and her Imperial Problems"
27 FEB
1932
"~evelopmentsin the Sino-Japanese
Situation"
24 FEB
1932
he U. S. and the Philippines"
20 JUN
1932
Last half of Address at the 64th
Commencement of Cornell University.
4 AUG
1932
"I spent the summer in England and
Scotland, and last winter in Southern
California
16 NOV
1932
Radio address:
16 NOV
1932
"Philippine Independence"
7 NOV
1932
"Germany: Its International Relations
and Political Conditions"
..."
"Philippine ~ndependence"
Box
12
Dates
~itles/~ubiects
32
1 2 DEC
1932
"Philippine Independence"
33
9 MAR
1933
Speech for the American Club, Cairo:
"The German Election of March 5 , 1 9 3 3 "
34
27 MAR
1933
"The Manchurian Question"
35
2 8 SEP
1933
Speech to the Rotary Club, Shanghai:
"The United States and the ~hilippines"
36
JUL 1934
"Cultural Inspiration from Germany"
37
1 6 OCT
1934
"Rise of Hitlerism"
38
1 7 JAN
1938
"The Reign of Force in the world"
39
1 7 JAN
1938
"The Reign of Force in the world"
40
1 OCT
1938
"Czechoslovakia Etc"
Folder
"This is a memorable day in the history
of the Memorial Hospital
..."
"No Third Term for Any President"
"The defenders of the Third Term declare
that an emergency now exists
..."
44
9 SEP
1940
"Statement" before the Sub-committee of
the Senate Judiciary Committee on the
Subject of Limitation of Tenure of Office
of the President of the United States.
"Statement" in US News.
46
24 JUL
1941
Statement: "Retention of Reserve
Components and Selectees in Military
Service Beyond Twelve Months"
Box
12
Folder
47
Dates
21 NOV
1941
"Statement" in US News.
"Two Views of the State"
"Self-Activity in Education"
"Crossing and the Submarine Peril"
"I never miss an opportunity to come to
this beautiful and romantic city
..."
"Free Inquiry and Free Speech in Our
universities"
"Gustav Stresemann"
"The Problem of Territorial Expansion"
"The Constitution"
30 APR
n. y.
Speeches at the Centennial Celebration of
the Foundation of Bremerhaven.
"Lassen Sie uns mit der naheliegenden
Frage beginnen. . "
.
"Although the question of class
organization is entirely in the hands of
the students..
."
"Wir leben in einer Zeit der so rasch auf
einander . "
..
"Military Education in School and
College"
"The Ethics of War"
"I never miss an opportunity to come to
this beautiful and romantic city
..."
Heute morgen habe ich einige Worte uber
die Anfange
...
"I said something this morning
regarding. "
..
Box
12
Folder
65
Dates
n.d.
"This is a meeting of citizens
I,
irrespective of party
...
"Es ist mir eine Freude.
.."
"Every age has its own problems to
solve. . ."
" ~ tgives me particular pleasure to be
able. .I,
.
Several fragments, single pages, partial
manuscripts and typescripts without date.
~niversitatHeidelberg.
he he Reaction of Graduate Work on the
Other Work of the University"
Inaugural Address.
h he Future of Liberal Religion in
America"
BOX 13
Books bv Jacob Gould Schurman:
The Ethical Import of Darwinism, 1 8 8 7
Belief in God, 1 8 9 0
The Balkan Wars 1912-1913 1914 (two editions) 1916 (third
edi tion)
Agnosticism and Religion, 1 8 9 6
Philippine Affairs - A Retrospect and Outlook, 1 9 0 2
Inauguration of President Schurman, 11 NOV 1 8 9 2
Peking Leader Reprints, "Extraterritoriality and its Gradual
Relinquishment" 1 9 2 5
United States Political Reprints, Speech in honor of the Board of
Filipino Commissioners, 1904
United States Political Pamphlets "~merica'sDuty to the
Philippines," n.d.; "Philippine Fundamentals," n.d.
A Generation of Cornell 1868-1898, 1 8 9 8
The Lakeside Magazine "The Student ' s ' Ward," n .d
Bulletin of the dmerican Geographical Society; "The Philippine
Islands and Their People" 1900
Report of the Philippine Commission to the President, 1 9 0 0
volumes 1-4
The Philippine Commission Report
.
Biosraphical Articles on Jacob Gould Schurman:
Jacob Gould Schurman in The Bookbuyer 1 8 9 3
Jacob Gould Schurman: Scholar, Political Activist, and
Ambassador of Good Will, 1892-1942 by Maynard Moser, 1 9 8 2
Jacob Gould Schurman and the Formation of dmerican Philippine
Policy, 1899-1900 by Kenneth P. Davis (partial)
William Schurman, Loyalist by Dorothy Schurman McHugh
1386- 1961: 575 Jahre Ruprecht-Karl-Universitat Heidelberg
Box
Folder
Dates
14
1-34
n. d.
Germany Subject File.
35-40
n.d.
Philippines Subject File.
41-49
n.d.
China Subject File
1-9
n. d.
Jacob Gould Schurman Personal Miscellany:
holographic notes, financial information,
personal notes.
15
Cornell University Miscellany.
United States Political Miscellany.
International Affairs Miscellany.
Education Miscellany
"The Cornell-Heidelberg Connection: Jacob
Gould Schurman as Cornell President"
by Frank H. T. Rhodes.
"Jacob Gould Schurman, Heidelberg
University and German-American Relations"
by Detlef Junker.
"Jacob Gould Schurman: Emissary of
German Philosophy to America" by John R.
Silber
.
"Democracy and Culture" by Richard R.
Burt.
Remarks by General Glenn K. Otis on
Schurman Memorial Day.
"In Jacob Gould Schurman's Footsteps:
Building Educational Bridges" by T.
Benjamin Massey.
BOX 1 6
Folder
1-3
Letters to William John Alexander (originals), 1877-91
4-1 2
JGS Letters to his children (originals), 1929-41
13-1 4
Miscellaneous correspondence (originals)
15
Will, poems, memorial service program (Mrs. Jacob Gould
Schurman )
Transcripts of the Alexander letters (folders 1-3,
above )
Transcripts and photocopies of folder 4
Transcripts and photocopies of folder 5
Transcripts and photocopies of folder 6
Transcripts and photocopies of folder 7 (transcript
only, letter of 8 MAR 1 9 3 3 )
Transcripts and photocopies of folder 8 (transcript
only, letter of 1 5 JAN 1 9 3 4 )
Transcripts and photocopies of folder 9
Transcripts and photocopies of folder 1 0
Transcripts and photocopies of folder 11
Transcripts and photocopies of folder 1 2
Photocopies. "Letters from Joe. Originals in
possession of Joseph R. Schurman."
191 7-1 9 2 3
"Kuebrich xeroxes"
synopses.
1929-1 9 3 4
Transcripts and photocopies; "Aunt Doty's Letters"
BOX 16, Dates
Folder
1-3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
1877-1891
24 MAR 1 9 2 9 , 8 JUN 1929
4 JUL 1 9 2 9 , 1 6 JUL 1929, 6 OCT 1929
1 9 JAN 1 9 3 0 , 1 6 APR 1 9 3 0 , 8 DEC 1 9 3 1 , 1 2 JAN 1 9 3 2
1 2 JAN 1 9 3 2 , 1 7 JAN 1932, 7 JUN 1 9 3 2 , 8 MAR 1 9 3 3
1 5 JAN 1934
8 DEC 1936
2 JAN 1 9 3 7 , 1 2 FEE 1 9 3 7 , 20 MAR 1 9 3 7 , 29 MAR 1 9 3 7
1 9 APR 1 9 3 7 , 30 OCT 1937, 8 NOV 1 9 3 7 , 1 6 NOV 1 9 3 7
1 6 NOV 1 9 3 7 , 7 DEC 1937, n.d. 1 9 3 7 , 7 APR 1 9 3 8 , 27 MAY 1941
1 9 MAR 1933, 1 DEC 1933, 2 JAN 1934, 1 8 FEB 1 9 3 4 , 21 APR
1934
14
2 A P R 1 9 3 4 , 3MAY 1934, 1 3 N O V 1 9 3 5 . 24 JUL 1 9 3 9 , 1 5 OCT
n.d.
15
Items
16-18 = 1-3
19-27 = 4-12
as above (p. 5 1 )
28-34
BOX 17
Folder
1-8
Transcripts and photocopies; "Aunt Doty's Letters"
Dates:
4 FEB 1 9 3 4 , 5 FEB 1934
11 MAR 1 9 3 4 , 6 MAY 1934
6 MAY 1934
23 MAY 1 9 3 4
1 9 JUN 1934
26 JUN 1934
8 AUG 1 9 3 4
20 NOV 1934
SERIES IV.
CLIPPINGS
Microfilm reel 5 5 :
Newspaper Clippings, 1892-1914
Microfilm reel 5 6 :
Newspaper Clippings, 1 9 1 5 - 1 9 4 2
Philippines, 1 8 9 6 - 1 8 9 2
China, 1 9 0 4 - 1 9 3 2
Germany, 1925-1938
SERIES V.
PHOTOGRAPHS
BOX 1 8
Philippines, 1 8 9 9
BOX 1 9
China, 1899-1 933
BOX 20
Sculptures (China), July 13-1 6 , 1 9 2 3
BOX 21
Saxon National Library, 1 9 2 9
BOX 2 2
Germany, 1926-1 928
BOX 23
Germany, 1927-1 9 2 8
BOX 24
Germany, c. 1 9 2 8
BOX 25
Family Photographs, 1867-1928
BOX 2 6
Schurman Portraits, c. 1 8 9 0 - c. 1 9 3 9
BOX 2 7 - 2 8
BOX 2 9
(University of Heidelberg).
Miscellaneous Photographic Portraits of Jacob Gould
Schurman; with President Taft, and Andrew Carnegie.
Schurman in Japan, at home, and at Cornell
University
Manchurian Railroad Photograph Album
SERIES VI.
BOX 3 0
PROCLAMATIONS, PROTOCOL AND SOCIAL
MATERIAL, TESTIMONIALS, AND EPHEMERA
Social cards, invitations, placecards, menus, and other
protocol items
Folder
Cornell University
United States, 1896-1939
Germany, 1925-1 9 3 6
China, 1 9 2 1 - 1 9 2 4
BOX 31
Memorabilia
Folder
Liste Diplomatigue, R6publigue de Chine, 1 Apr 1 9 2 5
"Fuhrer durch die Riistkammer der Stadt Emden" 1 9 2 7
Address Book, Barbara Schurman, 1 9 2 4
Champagne and wine annotated booklet, n.d.
Medallion: "Fur Ehrenvolle Verdienste Die Stadt
Berlin"
"Stained glass from Verdun Cathedral, given me there
Sept, 1918"
BOX 3 2
Rosenthale plate, 5 0 Jahre
BOX 3 3
Petition from the Clara M. Selkreg Woman's Christian
Temperance Union, June 1 8 , 1 9 0 8 , from Mary B. Wood,
protesting student drunkenness. First signatory is
Liberty Hyde Bailey.
BOX 34
Folder
1
2
3
4
5
6
BOX 35
Memorabilia, ephemera, articles
Photocopy of WCTU petition in BOX 33.
"Plan showing the Location of Car Parks for the Ball
at Belvedere, Calcutta, 1 934"
"Programm Zum Treffen Ehemaliger Heidelberger
Studenten a Anlasslich der 575-Jahrfeir der RuprechtKarl-Universitat Heidelberg im Mai 1961"
Photocopy of Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung 2 Juni 1961
Photocopy: "Oriental Art Collected by the Late Jacob
Gould Schurman"
Typescript: Calendar of Dalhousie College and
University, Halifax 1883-1884, listing courses taught
by Jacob Gould Schurman
Memorabilia, certificates, photographs
Folder
1-2
3
4
5
6
Photographs of Angkor Vat
Certificate: Universitati Ruperto-Carolae
Book of signatures: "The Faculty of Cornell University
to Jacob Gould Schurman, 1920"
Book of signatures: "Resolutions of the Board of
Trustees of Cornell University accepting the
resignation of President Jacob Gould Schurman, February
28.
1920"
-.,
.-.
Book of Signatures to Mrs. Schurman from the Campus
Club, signed by Anna Botsford Comstock
BOX 36
University of Heidelberg Certificates and Diplomas
BOX 37
Germany.
Seating chart: "Tischordnung fur Montag, den 25.
November 1 929"
Ticket: Olympischen 16 August 1936
Seating chart: "Tischordnung bei dem Festmahle
4 Marz 1927"
"Address of Jacob Gould Schurman at the ceremonious
act of presenting the Foundation in the Town Hall
at Heidelberg on the 17th of December 1928"
"Aus der Matrikel der Universitat Heidelberg
Winter Semester 1878/79"
Book of signatures: "To His Excellency the American
Ambassador Dr. Jacob Gould Schurman from Americans
in Germany"
BOX 38
China
List: Members of the Welcome Association
Schedule: Royal Mail Steamship Line
Chinese writings, book of cartoon drawings with Chinese
text.
MAP CASE ITEMS:
Map case
N3
Folder 1 :
New York Times Illustrated Magazine Supplement Oct. 2,
1898, with Jacob Gould Schurman on the cover.
Sheet music: "Alt Heidelberg, du Feine"
Y18
Folder 1 :
Seating chart (encapsulated): 12 Aug 36, Olympic dinner
Broadside: Philippine Proclamation
Broadside: Filipino Proclamation (Tagalog)
Folder 2-3:
Tissue rubbings: "These are prints made from stones on
which have been carved pictures of these various
vessels, the originals of which are in the exhibition
at the Wu Men. This lot consists of sacrificial wine
vessels used in ceremonial [sic] in the Chou Dynasty.
PRJ Aug 211 924"
"Rubbings from four Nestorian tablets near Sianfu
PRJ"
"The writer believes that these are rubbings from the
Dynasty, T'ang T'aitomb of an emperor of the ~ ' a n g
tsung. The names are the names of the horses.
PRJ"
Folder 4 :
Chinese text and drawings.
KK6
Chinese painted scroll presented to Jacob Gould
Schurman celebrating his eightieth birthday, by
Chevalier S. K. Chen, Shanghai
Map case
E5
Folders 1-4:
Numerous diplomas, testimonials, and proclamations
for Jacob Gould Schurman and Schurman family members,
including honorary degrees and social acknowledgements.
TaDe recordinq
tr5185a, Schurman Day, University of Heidelberg.
INDEX
Page numbers refer
to the numbers on the
bottom of this index.
Selected Index to the Incoming Correspondence
(Boxes 1.6.
microfilm reels 2-7)
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Adams. Charles F
2. 6
Adams. Joseph B
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Adamson. Ethel M
7
Addams. Jane
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Adee. Alvey A
6
Adenauer. Konrad
17
Adickes. Erich
13
Adler. Felix
7
Alexander. William J
12. 18. 19
16
American Chamber of Commerce in Germany
11
American Committee on the Rights of Religious Minorities
American Field Service in France
7
AmericanRedCross
8
Anderson. Thomas M
2
Anderson. William F
5
Andreas. W
13. 18
Angell. James B
1
Anti-Imperialist League
3. 4
3
Aso. Shozo
Atherton. Ray
14
Bache. J u l e s S
14
3
Bailey. Liberty Hyde
Baker. George F
14
Bancroft. Wilder
17
Barnes.AlfredC
3
Barnes. William
5. 6
Barraclough. S . Henry
4
Bartholdy. A Mendelssohn
11
Bauer.Heinrich
16
Beaverbrook. William Maxwell
8
Bennett. Philo Sherman
4
Bernhard.Henry
16
Bettens. Edward D
7
Betts. Charles H
7. 8
Bey. Haldoon
5
Biermann.Georg
13
Bigelow. Poultney
20
Birdseye. Charles F
4
Bismarck. Princess
16
Blair. CharlesH
3
Blatch. Harriot Stanton
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Bliss. Cornelius N
Blood. C h a r l e s H
Bois. Jules
Boochever. L o u i s C
Borah.WilliamE
Bosch. C
Boshart.C.Fred
B o s s a n g e . E Raymond
Boy&. A
~ r a d l e y .M E
Braman. S
Branner.JohnC
B r i g h t . Edward
Brist01. George P
Brown.ArthurJ
Brown. E l o n R
Brown. J a m e s
Bruening. Heinrich
Bryan. William J
B r y c e . James
Buck. A E
Bueb. J u l i u s
B u f f i n g t o n . Joseph
Bullock.CharlesJ
Burdick. Charles K
Burke.EdwardR
Burns. James
Burr. GeorgeLincoln
B u t l e r . N i c h o l a s Murray
Capper. J B
C a r l Schurz M e m o r i a l Foundation
Carman.AliceB
C a r n e g i e Endowment for International P e a c e
C a r n e g i e . Andrew
Carus. Paul
Case. H a r r y L
Castle.WilliamR
C a v a n a u g h . John
Centoz. Louis
Chambers. J u l i u s
Chang. T s o - l i n
C h a t f i e l d - T a y l o r . H. C
China
Choate. J o s e p h H
C16menceau. G e o r g e s
Clsment. M
C o m s t o c k . John H e n r y
Connor. E l s a
Connor.WilliamD
Coolidge. Calvin
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Cornell University
Associate ~ l u m n iof Cornell University
Committee on Student Affairs
CornellDay
Graduate Dept
Morse Hall
Sage Memorial Chapel
Cornell. Caroline H
Cornell. Charles Ezra
Cornell. Mary E
Corson. Eugene R
Corson. Hiram
Cowie. William
Craig. John
Crane. F F
Crist. Arthur H
Cunningham. Edwin S
Curtis. Charles
Curtius. A
Curtius. Julius
Cuyler. Theodore L
Dabney. Charles W
Davis. J K
Dawes Plan
Day. James R
De Bordes. Andres Bezia
DeF1euriau.A
De Majumdar. Indu Bhushan
Deetjen. Werner
Dennis. L M
Denton. Mary Florence
Dewey. George
Dibelius. Martin
Dibelius. Wilhelm
Dietrich. Herman
Dodd. William E
D0minick.D.C
Duisberg. Carl
Eastman. George
Ebert. Louise
Eccles. R M
Eckener. Hugo
Eliot. Charles W
Elliott. John Lovejoy
Elster. Erich
Elster. Ernst
Emerson. Alfred
Erler. Fritz
Farley. James A
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Farrand.Livingston
Farwell. J D
Faust. A B
Feng. u H
Feng.Yu-hsiang
F e n n e l l . Thomas F
Ferguson.JohnC
Fetter.FrankA
F i l i p i n o Progress Association
Finch.FrancisM
F i s h . Hamilton
Fiske. Willard
Flack. Harold
Foraker.JosephB
Formosa
~orstmann.Julius
Frank. L e o
Frankenheimer. John
F r a s e r . A Campbell
Fuentes. I s m a i l G
Furstenberg.Hans
Gabler. F r i t z
Gage. SimonHenry
Gannett. F r a n k E
G a r a n t i e und K r e d i t Bank f u r den Osten
Garland. Hamlin
Gazepis. George
Germany
Goldman. Henry
Goldschmidt. Jakob
Gradenwitz. O t t o
Gramm. Hanns
G r e e l e y . Horace
Grosvenor. G i l b e r t H
Gruhl. Max
Guanes. L u i s
Guerlac. 0 . G
Gutbier.L.W.
Hadaway.William.5
Haeber1e.A.T
Hammond. William A
Hanson. G C
Harding.WarrenG . . . . . . . . . . .
H a r r i s o n . Benjamin
Hay. John
Hays.WilliamH
Hazard. C a r o l i n e
Heineken.Ph
Heinemann. Leopold
Heinsheimer. K a r l
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Heye. Wilhelm
Higgins. Bertha D
Hill.DavidJ
Hill. Henry W
Hilles. Charles D
Hindenburg. Paul von
Hiscock. Frank H
Ho. Yoh-Sze
Hoetzsch. Otto
Hoffman. Alice
Holme. E H
Holmes. Oliver Wendell
Holt. Hamilton
Hong Kong
Honold. F
Hoops. Johannes
Hoover. Herbert
Horace Greeley Memorial Committee
House. E M
Howells. William Dean
Hoy. David F
Huddle. J Klahr
Huffcut. E W
Hughes. Charles E
Hull. Charles H
Hull. Cordell
Huston. J C
Irish. W . M
Jacob H Schiff Fund
James. William
Janssen. Henry
Japan
Jenkins. Douglas
Jones.GeorgeW
Jones. Robert T
Jordan.DavidStarr
Jusserand. Jean Jules
Kardorff. S . v o n
Kehl. W
Kellogg. Frank B
Kinne. B i r g e W
Kipling. Rudyard
Kirk. Clara
Klemperer. Herbertvon
Knickerbacker. John
Knox. Philander Chase
Koch-Weser. Erich
Koch-Weser. Irma
Konig. E d m . v o n .
Kuh. Frederick
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