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Finding Aids to Records of Professional Societies in the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Accession 99-004

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. United States Studies Program

Records, 1987-1994

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. United States Studies Program
Title: Records
Dates: 1987-1994
Quantity: 2 cu. ft. (2 record storage boxes)
Collection: Accession 99-004
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

These records consist of program and seminar files. Programs include: "The State and Social Investigation in Britain and the United States," "Collections and Culture: Museums and the Development of American Life and Thought," "Knowledge and Belief in America," and "Financing the American State."

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This accession consists of program and seminar files. Programs include: "The State and Social Investigation in Britain and the United States," "Collections and Culture: Museums and the Development of American Life and Thought," "Knowledge and Belief in America," and "Financing the American State."

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Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 99-004, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. United States Studies Program, Records

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Container List

Box 1

The State and Social Investigation in Britain and the United States

Folder 1 Table of Contents

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Folder 2 "War Mobilization, Social Learning and State Building in the United States, 1917-1941" [1992?]

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Folder 3 Barry Supple, "The State and Social Investigation in Britain Between the World Wars"

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Folder 4 W. Elliott Brownlee, "Social Investigation and Political Learning in the Financing of World War I"

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Folder 5 Donald Critchlow, "Think Tanks, Antistatism and Democracy: The Nonpartisan Ideal and Policy Research in the U.S., 1913-1987"

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Folder 6 Donald Winch, "The Science of the Legislator: The Enlightenment Heritage"

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Folder 7 Lawrence Goldman, "Experts, Investigators, and the State in 1860: British Social Scientists through American Eyes"

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Folder 8 Michael J. Lacey, "The World of the Bureaus: Government and the Positivist Project in the Late Nineteenth Century"

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Folder 9 Roger Davidson, "The State and Social Investigation in Britain, 1880-1914"

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Collections and Culture: Museums and the Development of American Life and Thought, 1987

Folder 10 Museums: Collections and Culture, correspondence, 1987-1993

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Folder 11 David Tatham, "Museums and the 'Art of the Common Man:' A Brief History of the Construct 'American Folk Art''

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Folder 12 Helen Seering, "From the Bauhaus to the Beaux-Arts: Architectural Exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art"

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Folder 13 Arthur P. Molella, "The Smithsonian's National Museum of Engineering and Industry: The Museum that Never Was (But Could Have Been)"

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Folder 14 James G. Mann, "Theater of American Capitalism: Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry, 1940-1968"

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Folder 15 Sally G. Kohlstedt, "A School of Useful Knowledge: The Educational Impulse in Nineteenth-Century Museums"

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Folder 16 Neil Harris, "The Strains of Popularity: Refurbishing American Art Museums in the Twenties"

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Folder 17 Richard Handler, " 'We Just Talk as We Please, More or Less': Individual Experience and Institutional Control at Outdoor Museums and Historic Sites"

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Folder 18 Sherry Ellington, "Artifacts into Art"

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Knowledge and Belief in America., 1990

Folders 19-21 Correspondence, Travel, 1988-1991 (Folders 1-3 of 4)

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Folder 1 Correspondence, Travel, 1988-1991 (Folder 4 of 4)

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Folder 2 Permissions to Publish, 1994

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Folder 3 Reader Reports

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Folder 4 Bernstein, Richard - Commentator's Remarks, Correspondence, Receipts

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Folder 5 Carey, Patrick W. - "American Catholicism and the Enlightenment Ethos"; correspondence

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Folder 6 Cavell, Stanley - "Emerson's Constitutional Amending: Reading 'Fate' "; correspondence

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Folder 7 Delbanco, Andrew - "Lincoln's Theodicy"

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Folder 8 Donoghue, Denis - "Aesthetics and Belief: T. S. Eliot and Wallace Stevens"; correspondence

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Folder 9 Gunn, Giles - "Enamored Against Thee by These Strange Minds: Recovering the Relations Between Religion and the Enlightenment in Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century American Literary Culture"

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Folder 10 Kloppenberg, James T. - "From Confidence to Contingency: Knowledge and Belief in American Public Life"; correspondence

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Folder 11 McDermott, J. J. - "The Emptiness of Deism"

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Folder 12 Noll, Mark, - "The Rise and Long Life of the Protestant Enlightenment in America"

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Folder 13 Smith, John E. - "Puritanism and Enlightenment: Edwards and Franklin"

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Folder 14 Tracy, David - "Knowledge and Belief: Modernity, Anti-Modernity, Post-Modernity in the American Setting"

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Folder 15 West, Cornel - "The Ethical Significance of the Future: Royce and Dewey", correspondence

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Financing the American State

Folder 16 Agenda, Workshop on "Financing the American State"

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Folder 17 "Financing the State," correspondence, 1991-1994

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Folder 18 Berkowitz, Edward, "Social Security and the Financing of the American State"; correspondence

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Folder 19 Brownlee, Elliott, "Appropriation and Standardization: The Establishment of Mass Federal Income Tax, 1940-1952"; correspondence

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Folder 20 Jones, Carolyn, "The Federal Government and the 'Selling' of Taxes, 1941-1962"; correspondence

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Folder 21 Martin, Cathie, "American Business and the Taxing State [:] Alliances for Growth in the Postwar Period"; correspondence

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Folder 22 Steuerle, Eugene, "Financing the State at the Turn of the Century"; correspondence

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Folder 23 Zelizer, Julian, "The Third House of Congress: Wilbur Mills and the Revenue Acts of 1962 and 1964"; correspondence

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