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Awards & Organizations

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            AWARDS/CERTIFICATES SERIES, 1935-2000

14   01     1935 Jun 24, Master of Science Degree from the University of  Wisconsin
     02     1943, Friends of American Writer Award for In The Forests Of The Night
     03     1960 May 27, Thormod Monsen Award for The Hero, Charles A. Lindbergh And
               The American Dream
     04     1963 Mar 11, William Bevan, Dean, School of Arts and Sciences,  Kansas State
               University, Manhattan, KS - letter informing  Davis that he has been selected to
               received the Centennial Award
            1963 Apr 02, William Bevan - letter informing Davis the Centennial Award is for
               Distinguished Service
            1963 Apr 29, "Two Will Receive Centennial Honors," Kansas State Collegian
               1963 May 23, William Bevan - thank you letter
            * The plaque Davis received for this award is in the Artifact Series
     05     Honorary Doctorate, Assumption College, Worcester, Massachusetts
            1968 Jun 07, Invitation to Ceremony of installation of the  College's first Lay-Cleric
               Board of Trustees
            1968 Jun 08, Invitation to Commencement Exercises, 4 copies
            1968 Jun 09, Invitation to Cocktails honoring Kenneth S. Davis
     06     1968 Jun 08, Commencement Programs, Assumption College, 7 Copies
     07     1968 Jun 08, Doctor of Letters from Assumption College Diploma Presentation, 2
               copies
     08-09  Correspondence 
               1968 Feb 16, Louis F. Dion, President, Assumption College 
               1968 Mar 06, Louis. F. Dion 
               1968 May 17, Kenneth C. Parker, Associate Coordinator of  Public Affairs,
                 Assumption College 
               1968 May 20, Louis F. Dion to Lois O'Connor 
               1968 May 21, Rev. P. Yesu Rathnam 
               1968 May 22, Kenneth C. Parker 
               1968 May 31, Raymond J. Marion, Chairman, Department of History,
                 Assumption College
                 Commencement Weekend Calendar
               1968 May 31, Very Rev. Father President, Assumption College from Shelby Edw.
                 Southash
               1968 Jun 04, Raymond J. Marion from Davis
               1970 Aug 03, Fr. Georges L. Bissonnette, President,  Assumption College
               Congratulations, notes and cards, n.d.
     10     1968 May 17, "Assumption to Honor Seven," The Evening Gazette, Worcester,
               Massachusetts
            1968 Jun 09, "Assumption Citations," Worcester Sunday Telegram
            1968 Jul 10, "Davis is awarded honorary degree," Spencer Leader, Princeton
               Massachusetts
            1968 May 19, Assumption College Flyer for "in Christ the Rebel: Memoirs of a
               Christian Anarchist"
            Sketches by Ken Davis, n.d.
            Assumption College map, n.d.
            Notes, n.d.
     11     1973, Francis Parkman Prize for FDR: The Beckoning of Destiny
            * Note - The information about the Parkman Prize located under Organizations/Club,
               Society of American Historians 
     12     Correspondence reference Phi Beta Kappa Certificate
               1975 Mar 10, R. F. Kruh, letter inviting Davis to become Alumnus member of Phi
                 Beta Kappa
               1975 Mar 17, R. F. Kruh from Davis
               1975 Mar 18, Carol Oukrop, Secretary, Phi Beta Kappa        
               1975 Apr 01, Membership Certificate into the Phi Beta Kappa at Kansas State
                 University
               1975 Apr 02, Fred (?) from [Davis]
               1975 Apr 02, Deming and Dot from Davis
            "Kenneth S. Davis," a biography of Davis that was probably read at the banquet, n.d.
            Phi Beta Kappa Handbook, n.d.
            "The Phi Bete," Harvard Magazine, April 1975, p. 27.
            Place card, "Professor Davis," [1975]
     13     Correspondence
               1967 Nov 19, Jackson Martindell, Publisher,  Who's Who the East
               1985 Apr 29, Adele Hast, Editor-in-Chief, Marquis Who's Who, Inc.
               1985 Jul 15, Adele Hast from Davis
               [1990], John Daniels, Managing Editor, Biographical Publications, Marquis
                 Who's Who in America
               1997, Sandra S. Barnes, Publisher, Who's Who in America
            1997, Davis biographical information for 51st Edition of Who's Who in America, 5
               copies
            1997, Davis biographical information for 52nd Edition of Who's Who in America
            1999, Davis biographical information for 53rd Edition of Who's  Who in America
            2000, Davis biographical information for 54th Edition of Who's Who in America, 4
               copies
            Who's Who in America announcement for compilation of the 44th Edition A. N.
               Marquis Company. Who's Who Monthly Supplement: The Current Biographical
               Reference Service. Chicago: A. N. Marquis Company. June 1942, Series III, no. 6,
               2 copies    
     14     1979 Dec 04, Certificate of Training, Princeton Fire Department,  Princeton,
               Massachusetts, honorary member
     15     1986 Apr 26, Certificate of Recognition from the State of Kansas
     16     1994 Sep 29, History Department, Kansas State University, named Davis adjunct
               professor in the department by vote of the departmental faculty and with the
               concurrence and approval of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
               
            ORGANIZATIONS/CLUBS SERIES, 1952-1999

            The Society of American Historians
15   01     Annual Dinner, 1966 Mar 31
               *Davis was a guest in 1966 but did not become a Fellow until 1973
     02     Annual Dinner Program, 1966 Mar 31
               Washington Post Newspaper clippings, n.d.
     03     Annual Dinner Program and Table List, 1983 Apr 13
     04     Annual Dinner Table List, 1986 Apr 09
     05     Annual Dinner Table List, 1987 Apr 28
     06     Annual Dinner Program, 1994 May 21
            Correspondence
               1994 Oct 21, David McCullough
     07     Annual Dinner Table List, 1996 Apr 29
            Annual Dinner Program, 1996
     08     Annual Dinner Program, 1998 May 04
     09     Annual Dinner Award Invitations, 1983, 1986, 1991
     10     Ballot, 1985
     11     Ballot, 1991 Dec
     12     Ballot, 1996
     13     Ballot, n.d.
     14     Fellows List, 1977 Jan 01
     15     Fellows List, 1978
     16     Fellows List, 1982
     17     Fellows List, 1986
               Correspondence pertaining to list, 1986 Sep 26
     18     Fellows List, 1988
     19     Fellows List, 1991
     20     Fellows List, 1993
     21     Fellows List, 1995
     22     Executive Board Member List, 1977-1979
     23     Membership Renewal Form, 1996
               The Society of American Historian, list of members, fellows and winners, 1996
     24     New Members, 1992
     25     Suggested candidates as Fellows of the Society, n.d.
     26     Winners, Allan Nevins Prize, 1960-1981
     27     Winners, Francis Parkman Prize, 1956-1983
               * Davis won this Prize in 1973
     28     Correspondence 
               1973 May 10, Kenneth T. Jackson, Secretary-Treasurer of Society of American
                 Historians, announcing that Davis won the Parkman Prize and indicates he
                 had been elected to membership in the Society     
     29        1974 Nov 25, Kenneth T. Jackson
     30        1975 Mar 24, James Thomas Flexner, President of Society of  American
                 Historians
               1975 Apr 14, James Thomas Flexner
     31        1976 Feb 24 and 1976 Dec 15, James Thomas Flexner
     32        1978 Nov 01, William E. Leuchtenburg, President of Society of  American
                 Historians
     33        1985 Mar 10, Kenneth T. Jackson
     34        1988 Sep, John Brooks, President of Society of American Historians
               1988 Oct, The Allan Nevins Prize for 1988 announcement for accepting entries
               1961-1988 Winners of the Allan Nevins Prize
     35        1991 Jan, Kenneth T. Jackson, Executive Secretary, Society of  American
                 Historians
               1991 Oct, The Allan Nevins Prize for 1992 announcement for  accepting entries
               1991 Dec, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., President of Society of American Historians
     36        1994 Mar 05, David McCullough, President of Society of American Historians
     37        1996 Jan 20, The Atlantic Monthly to Society of American Historians Members,
                 reference possible discussion topic of  how to keep historical notes on a
                 computer
               1996 Feb, David McCullough, President of Society of American Historians

            The Bohemians, Inc.
     38     By-Laws
               "5 'In' Groups to Belong To," n.d.
     39     Executive Committee Meeting, 1981
     40     Executive Committee Meeting, 1987
     41     Presidential Report, 1982
            Correspondence
     42        1961, Nov 03, Arthur J. Neslon, Secretary, The Bohemians    
     43        1972 Feb 03, Gus [?] 
               1972, Gus [?] from Davis
     44        1973 Jan 03, Clarence Daigneau
     45        1980 Mar 24, Robert C. McKee, Secretary, The Bohemians
               1980 Jul 14, Art Schrader of Singing History
               1980 Aug 02, Roy Anderson from Davis
               1980 Aug 02, Anthony A. Borgatti, Jr. from Davis
               1980 Aug 02, Halstead Taylor from Davis
               1980 Aug 05, Henry C. Borger
               1980 Aug 20, Dave Dean
               1980 Sep 05, Halstead Taylor, Police Chief of City of Worcester,  Massachusetts
                 Brief Bio of Halstead Taylor, n.d.
               1980 Oct 06, Arthur F. Schrader
               1980 Oct 12, Arthur F. Schrader from Davis
               1980 Oct 20, Arthur F. Schrader
                 Brochure, "Singing History Programs for Student" by  Arthur F. Scrhrader,
                    n.d.
                 Brochure, "Arthur F. Schrader presents Songs under The  Liberty Tree," n.d.
               1980, Singing History, New Concerts 
               1980 Dec 03, Roy Anderson
     46        1981 Jun 05, Robert C. McKee, Secretary, The Bohemians
               1981 Jun 15, Kenneth S. Davis, President, The Bohemians
               1981 Aug 10, Robert C. McKee, Secretary, The Bohemians
               1981 Sep 25, Bob Nemeth, Worcester Telegram
               1981 Sep 29, Robert C. McKee, Secretary, The Bohemians
               1981 Dec 27, Dr. Mahlon Hoagland from Davis
     47        1982 Jun 01, Robert C. McKee, Secretary, The Bohemians
                 Davis speech for "Ladies Nite" 
     48        1987 Aug 21, Thom Hammond
                 Davis Speech, "Bohemia of Worcester: Some Rambling Thoughts  About Our
                    Club As It Enters It's 90th Year"  
     49        1990 Sep 10, Daniel McCann, The Bohemians Membership  Campaign
     50        Berg [?] from Davis, n.d.
               Harold Cabot, Jr., n.d.
               Davis to Berg [?], n.d.
               Charles R. Fay to Bob [?], n.d.
     51     Newspaper Clippings
               1952 Oct 12, "The Bohemians: Carry On the Disappearing Art of  Relaxation,
                 Fellowship," Worcester Gazette
                 "In" Groups to Belong to
     52     Membership List, 1965 & 1984
     53     Programs
               1965 Feb 18, "What's Wrong With The Press," by Kenneth Davis
                 Davis notes
     54        1971 Dec 16, 73rd Christmas Revels
               1975 Feb 01, "The Problem of A Biographer" by Kenneth Davis
               1976 Mar 11, "Puritan Kansas: New England Influence" by Kenneth Davis
     55        1980-1981 Fall, Winter and Spring Program list
               1980 Sep 25, "New England: 150 Years Ago" by Henry C. (Hank) Borger
               1980 Oct 16, "polls, Pollsters, and the Campaign of 1980" by John Blydenburg
               1980 Nov 20, "Policing Worcester: The Problems And Techniques  Of
                 Law-Enforcement In Our Town" by Halstead Taylor, Chief of  Police
               1980 Dec 11, the 82nd Annual Christmas Revels, "This Is Worcester?" by Sid
                 McKeen and Bob Nemeth
               1980, A flyer asking for help on this production
     56        1981 Jan 11, Ladies Nite, "Spring Is Coming - Are You Ready For It?" by Paul E.
                 Rogers
               1981 Jan 22, "The Origins of Life" by Roy Anderson
               1981 Feb 26, "Psychological Depression And Steroid Chemistry" by Edward L.
                 Klaiber, M.D.
               1981 Mar 26, "Some Things I Want To Say" by Anthony A. ("Spag") Borgatti, Jr.
               1981 Apr 23, "'Massachusetts Wildlife' And 'Eagles In Alaska'" by John E.
                 Swedberg
               1981 May 17, "An Art Exhibit, With Talk Of Art" by Leon Hovespian
               1981 May 28, Annual Meeting, "Bohemian Past and Future"
               1981 Jun 11, Bohemia's Annual Picnic
               1981 Oct 04, Ladies Nite, Champagne Party
               1981 Dec 10, 83rd Annual Christmas Revels, "Bohemia Goes West" by Bob
                 Achorn
               1981 Dec 10, "Bohemia Goes West" Menu and play information, 2  copies
               [ca. 1981], Letter from Kenneth Davis to Robert C. Achorn thanking him for the
                 production
     57        1982 Jan 21, "Evolution: Science And Religion Go Another Round" by Mahlon
                 Hoagland, M.D.
               1982 Mar 25, "The Roasting of Bob Achorn"
               1982 Apr 22, "Health Care - Ancillary Costs" by Dr. George R. Dunlop
               1982 May 09, Ladies Nite, Higgins Armory Museum
               1982 May 27, Annual Meeting, "We Remember Clarence  Daigneau"
                 Davis Speech, "Remembering Clarence Daigneau" 
     58        1987 Sep 17, "Bohemia - 1897/1987" by Kenneth S. Davis

            The Century Club
     59     Correspondence 
               1960 May 22, Adlai E. Stevenson from Davis
               1960 May 31, Adlai E. Stevenson
               1960 Jun 23, Henry Steele Commager from Davis
               1960 Jul 10, Henry Steele Commager
     60        1962 Nov 01, Charles G. Proffitt
               1962 Nov 01, The Century Association Statement
                 *Note - In 1960 Adlai E. Stevenson proposed Davis as a member of the
                    Century Club in New York City.  William Shirer was also instrumental in
                    Davis' becoming a member.  November 1, 1962 letter informed him of his
                    election as a non-resident member.  
                 The Club Album, requesting a photograph, ca. 1962
                 Memorandum from The Century Club, ca. 1962
     61        1969 May 22, Walter Muir Whitehill
               1969 Jun 21, Walter Muir Whitehill from Davis
     62        1972 Mar 02, Henry Allen Moe
               1972 Mar 12, Committee on Admissions from Davis
               1972 Apr 14, Henry Allen Moe from Davis
               1972 Apr 26, Henry Allen Moe
     63        1977 Jul 11, Gerald George
               1977 Jul 20, Andrew Zaremba
     64        1992 Oct 06, Gerald D. Levy
               1992 Oct 09, Gerald D. Levy from Davis 
     65        1999 Jun 25, Haliburton Fales 2d

            Dickens Fellowship
            *Davis and his wife, Flo, were active in the Dickens Society in Worcester,
               Massachusetts.  
     66     1971 Dec 15, Dickens Fellowship Christmas Dinner
            1971 Dec 14, "Local 'Cratchit Family' Prepares the Christmas Dinner," The Evening
               Gazette, Worcester, MA
            1971 Dec 19, "Christmas With the Dickens Fellowship," Worcester Sunday Telegram
            1972 Dec 24, "A 'Dickensian Merrie Christmas.'" Worcester Sunday Telegram
            1975 Dec 13, "A Festive Tribute to Charles Dickens," Worcester Telegram
            "Dickens Fellowship Has Annual Yuletide Dinner," n.d.
            "The Grand Scale of Dickens," by George F. Will, n.d.

             FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS SERIES, 1953-1982

            Guggenheim Fellowships
16   01     Correspondence                  
               1953 Mar 06, Mrs. Josephine Leighton, Administrative Assistant for John Simon
                 Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
                 "Plans For Use Of The Fellowship If One Is Awarded Me"
               1953 Apr 20 James F. Mathias, Associate Secretary, fellowship not granted
     02        1961 Sep 15, Henry Allen Moe from LeBaron R. Barker, Jr. 
               1961 Sep 19, LeBaron R. Barker, Jr. from J. Kellum Smith, Jr.
               1961 Sep 26, Robert Cowley, American Heritage Magazine
               1961 Oct 15, Ray Billington, Dept. of History, Northwest University, Evanston, IL
               1961 Oct 15, Daniel Boorstin, Dept. of History, University of Chicago from Davis
               1961 Oct 15, Henry Allen Moe from Davis, 2 copies
               1961 Oct 15, Stanley Pargellis , The Newberry Library from Davis
               1961 Oct 15, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. from Davis
               1961 Oct 17, Lewis Gannett from Davis
               1961 Oct 17, William L. Shirer
               1961 Oct 18, James F. Mathias, Secretary, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial
                 Foundation
               1961 Oct 18, Stanley Pargellis
               1961 Oct 16, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
               1961 Oct 20, Ray A. Billington
               1961 Oct 26, Daniel J. Boorstin
               1961 Oct 27, Lee Barker
               1961 Oct 28, Lee Barker from Davis
               [1961 Oct], Dan (?), Dept. of English, Smith College
               1961 Nov 03, Henry Allen Moe from LeBaron R. Barker, Jr.
               1961 Nov 06, LeBaron R. Barker, Jr. from Henry Allen Moe Application For
                 Fellowship
                 * Fellowship was not granted
     03        1962 Jan 22, Henry Allen Moe from Davis, 2 different copies
                 "Excerpts From The Work In Progress"
     04          "Excerpts From The Work In Progress"
     05        1962 Mar 22, Gordon N. Ray to Applicants for Guggenheim Fellowships
               1962 Mar 23, Lee Barker from Davis
               1963 Mar 23, Ray A. Billington from Davis
               1962 Mar 26, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
               1962 Apr 04, Ray [Billington] 
               1962, Apr 10, Daniel J. Boorstin from Davis
     06        1971 Apr 09, James F. Mathias
               1971 Dec 20, Gordon Ray, President, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial
                 Foundation from Davis
               1971 Dec 23, Gordon N. Ray 
     07        1973 Sep 09, Gordon N. Ray from Davis, 2 copies
               1973 Sep 10, Gordon N. Ray from Davis
               1973 Dec 01, William L. Shirer from Davis
               1973 Dec 05, Harvey Ginsberg, Editor, G. P. Putnam's Sons from Davis
               1973 Dec 05, Bill [William L. Shirer] from Davis
               1973 Dec 10, Harvey Ginsberg from Davis
               1973 Dec 11, Harvey Ginsberg
               1973 Dec 20, Gordon N. Ray from Harvey Ginsberg
               1973 Dec 24, Stephen L. Schlesinger, Secretary
               1973, Application for Fellowship
     08        1974 Feb 21, Gordon N. Ray
               1974 Feb 24, Gordon N. Ray from Davis
                 Application for Fellowship, n .d.
                 "List of Publications," n.d.
                 "Explanatory Notes," n.d.
                 Handwritten Notes, n.d.
                 "Information For Fellows - 1974"
                 "Memorandum Concerning Payment of Fellowship Grant"
                 "Memorandum on United States Federal Income Tax"
                 "Memorandum to Recipients of Guggenheim Fellowships"
                 "Regulations Promulgated by the Internal Revenue Service in respect to
                    Section 117 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954"
     09        1974 Mar 22, Stephen L. Schlesinger
               1974 Mar 29, Stephen L. Schlesinger
                 "Note," n.d.
                 "Statement of Plans," n.d.
                 "The Proposal for an Historical Biographical Study of Franklin D. Roosevelt,"
                    n.d.
     10        1974 Mar 29, Stephen L. Schlesinger
               1974 Apr 01, Stephen L. Schlesinger from Davis
               1974 Apr 05, Stephen L. Schlesinger 
               1974 May 17, James F. Mathias
               1974 May 22, James F. Mathias from Davis
               1974 May 24, James F. Mathias
               1974 Jun 17, Gerald George from Davis
               1974 Jun 17, Gordon N. Ray from Davis
               1974 Jun 18, James F. Mathias
               1974 Jun 30, James F. Mathias from Davis
               1974 Jul 10, James F. Mathias
                 * Davis received a $12,000 grant
     11        1975 Mar 04, Marian (?)
               1975 Jun 02, Gordon N. Ray
               1975 Jun 11, Stephen L. Schlesinger
               1975 Aug 08, Gordon N. Ray from Davis
               1975 Aug 11, Stephen L. Schlesinger
               1975 Aug 30, Stephen L. Schlesinger from Davis
               1975 Sep 02, Stephen L. Schlesinger, 2 different letters
     12        1976 Apr 01, Gordon N. Ray
               1976 Apr 10, Gordon N. Ray from Florence O. Davis
               1976 May 02, Gordon N. Ray from Davis
               1976 May 04, Gordon N. Ray
                 Handwritten Accounting of Use of Guggenheim Fellowship Grant, n.d.
                 "General Accounting Of Use Of Guggenheim Fellowship Grant," n.d.
                 "Statement Of Use of Grant Moneys, Required In The Tax Reform Act of
                    1969"
                 "Itemized Budget For Kenneth S. Davis To research and write historical
                    biography of Franklin D. Roosevelt," n.d.
                 "A Brief Narrative Account of My Career" by Davis, n.d.
                 "List of Publications," n.d.
                 Acknowledgment of confidential statement, n.d.
     13        1977 Jul 11, Gerald George, Managing Editor, Bicentennial State Histories
               1977 Aug 07, Gordon N. Ray from Davis
               1977 Aug 09, Gordon N. Ray
     14     "Forward to the Work in Progress," n.d.
     15     "Account of Student and Creative Career," n.d.
     16     "Point of View II," n.d.
     17     "Work Plan for WWII Project," n.d.
     18     Notes, n.d.
     19     Vita, Kenneth S. Davis, n.d.
     20     1962, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation,  Fellowships, United States of
               America, 3 copies
     21     1974, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Fellowships, United States of
               America and Canada, 2 copies
     22     1975, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Fellowships, United States of
               America and Canada, 2 copies
     23     1981, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 
               Fellowships, United States of America and Canada
     24     1974, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Reports of The President and
               the Treasurer

            National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
      25    Correspondence
               1972 Feb 10, William McCormick Blair, Jr. from Davis
               1972 Feb 22, Modena C. Frey, Secretary to William Blair, Jr.
               1972 Feb 22, Simone Reagor, Applications Officer
               1972 Mar 02, William Blair, Jr.
     26        1979, National Endowment for the Humanities form letter
               [1979], Davis Curriculum Vitae
     27        1980 Feb 05, Gerald George, Director, American Association for State and Local
                 History from Davis
               1980 Feb 07, James Blessing, Director, Division of Fellowships  from  Davis, 2
                 copies
               1980 Feb 19, James H. Blessing
               1980 Mar 11, Anne W. Woodard, Public Affairs Officer
               1980 Apr 19, James H. Blessing from Davis
               1980 May 02, a letter to support Davis' NEH application, no signature
               1980 May 23, Gerald George from Davis
               1980 May 23, William E. Leuchtenburg from Davis, 2 copies
               1980 May 23, Bill [Shirer] from Davis
               1980 Jun 02, Gerald George
               1980 Jun 02, Gerald George, a letter to support Davis' NEH application
               1980 Jun 06, William "Bill" Shirer
               1980 Jun 24, William "Bill" Leuchtenburg
               1980 Jun 30, William "Bill" Leuchtenburg from Davis
                 "Notes For Reply To Leuchtenburg," 2 copies
               1980 Jul 03, William "Bill" Leuchtenburg
               1980 Nov 21, Joseph D. Duffey, Chariman, letter telling Davis that he did not get
                 the NEH grant
               1980 Nov 25, William Emerson from Davis
               1980 Nov 25, Gerald George from Davis
               1980 Nov 25, William "Bill" Leuchtenburg from Davis
               1980 Nov 25, Bill [Shirer] from Davis
               1980 Dec 01, Joseph D. Duffey from Davis
               1980 Dec 01, William E. Leuchtenburg
               1980 Dec 02, William "Bill" R. Emerson
               1980 Dec 10, Gerald George
            Address, William Blair, Jr., n.d.
            Address, William E. Leuchtenburg, n.d.
            NEH 1981-1982 Fellowships for College Teachers/Fellowships for Independent
               Study and Research Folder
            Fellowships For College Teachers, application deadline: June 2, 1980

            Stern Family Fund, 1972
     28     Correspondence
               1972 Feb 10, Philip Stern from Davis
               1972 Mar 20, Philip Stern

            Woodrow Wilson Scholar
     29     Correspondence
               1974 Feb 06, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars from Davis
               1974 Feb 06, John A. Garraty, Department of History, Columbia  University, from
                 Davis 2 copies
               1974 Feb 13, John "Jack" Garraty
               1974 Feb 22, Michael J. Lacey
               1974 May 17, James H. Billington
               1974 May 23, John "Jack" Garraty from Davis
               1973 Feb 01, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars booklet




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