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Robert Bechtold Heilman Papers, 1907-2004

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Heilman, Robert Bechtold, 1906-2004
Title
Robert Bechtold Heilman Papers
Dates
1907-2004 (inclusive)
1928-2004 (bulk)
Quantity
19.38 cubic ft. (21 boxes and 2 oversized vertical files)
Collection Number
1000
Summary
Papers of an author and University of Washington professor of English whose specialty was Shakespearean scholarship and criticism.
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

Open to all users, but access to portions of the papers is restricted. Contact the Special Collections division, University of Washington Libraries for details.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Robert Bechtold Heilman was born in Philadelphia on July 18, 1906, to Edgar James Heilman, a Lutheran minister, and Mary Alice Bechtold Heilman. He grew up in Elizabethville and Easton, Pennsylvania, and attended Easton High School and Lafayette University. Even at an early age, Heilman was a gifted scholar, writer, and lecturer, giving both the salutatory speech at his high school commencement and the valedictory speech upon reception of his bachelor's degree in English in 1927. From 1922 to 1926 he was a student reporter for the Easton Free Press and also wrote a regular column on student viewpoints titled "Lafayette, We Are Here." He served as a teaching fellow in 1927-1928 at Tufts University, where he met his future wife, Ruth Champlin. Heilman received his Ph.D. in English from Harvard in 1935 with his thesis The English Novel, 1760-1800, and the American Revolution.

Heilman taught at Ohio University from 1928 to 1930, and at the University of Maine from 1931 to 1935, but his first major appointment was at Louisiana State University, where he taught from 1935 to 1947. While at LSU he developed professional and personal relationships with a number of prominent southern writers and critics, many of whom were involved in the "New American Criticism" movement. He maintained these connections throughout his life. In 1948 Heilman joined the University of Washington faculty, as chair of the English department, with five other outside appointments, including the famed poet Theodore Roethke. Roethke initially distrusted Heilman, but in time they became close friends and Heilman became one of Roethke's staunchest defenders, vouching for his character and teaching on several occasions. Heilman's most notable defense of Roethke came in the form of a persuasive letter (found in box 4, folder 26) to UW Vice President Frederick Thieme at a time when state legislators were questioning the decision to give Roethke unpaid leave during his bouts of manic depression.

Under Heilman's leadership, the English department grew in national stature and many of its faculty, including Roethke, Andrew Hilen, Arnold Stein, James W. Hall, and David Wagoner, contributed prominently to the field. Heilman brought in new faculty from over 30 graduate schools and helped UW graduates find employment in at least that many other institutions. Heilman led the English department until 1971, when he turned 65, the mandatory retirement age for department chairs. He retired from teaching and became a professor emeritus at the UW in 1976 at age 70. In 1977 he spent a year as the Arnold Professor at Whitman College.

Heilman engaged in scholarly research and writing throughout his administrative career and after his retirement. He served on the editorial boards of numerous publications, including Poetry Northwest, Critical Quarterly, Shakespeare Studies, The Sewanee Review, College English, Studies in the Novel, and Mississippi Studies in English. Heilman was very involved with the latter, and corresponded frequently with the journal's editor, George Core. He was also a member of the executive councils of the Modern Language Association and the American Association of University Professors. Heilman received five honorary degrees, two Guggenheim fellowships, and one fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities, which he used to fund three years of study and writing in London. He took sabbatical leaves in the years 1957-1958, 1964-1965, and 1971-1972.

Heilman's academic interests included 18th- and 19th-century English and American literature and William Shakespeare. He was also a lifelong sports fan and occasionally wrote about football and baseball. Heilman produced ten volumes of critical works and essays on topics including Shakespeare, dramatic forms, fiction, and the American South. He edited 12 volumes and wrote or co-wrote four textbooks on fiction and drama. Heilman sometimes wrote poetry, most notably two light-verse retirement tributes: "The Charliad," for UW president Charles E. Odegaard, and "Sol-iloquy," for UW history professor and administrator Solomon Katz.

Heilman was an active member of Phi Beta Kappa, writing reviews for The Key Reporter from 1959 to 1990, and serving as a PBK senator (1967 to 1985) and a member of the PBK executive committee (1973 to 1982). In 1979 his book on comedy, The Ways of the World, received the PBK Christian Gauss Award for outstanding work of criticism. Heilman made a tour of several institutions as a Phi Beta Kappa visiting scholar from 1982 to 1983.

Robert Heilman continued to write reviews and essays and to give lectures and speeches after his retirement. He also maintained active correspondence with family and colleagues. A collection of his essays titled The Professor and the Profession was published by the University of Missouri Press in 1999. Robert Heilman died in 2004.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Consists of two accessions containing correspondence, speeches and writings, lecture notes, minutes, committee files, photographs, newsletters, books, posters, programs, reports, and awards, 1907-2004 (bulk 1928-2004). Consists chiefly of personal correspondence as well as letters from his years as chairman of the University of Washington Dept. of English. Also included are records relating to his activities in Phi Beta Kappa. Correspondents include Theodore Roethke, Sewannee Review editor George Core, Eric Voegelin, Cleanth Brooks, Norton Girault, Solomon Katz, Glenn Leggett, Robert Penn Warren, Kenneth Burke, John Sisk, Allen Tate, and William Carlos Williams. There is also a large amount of correspondence between Heilman and his family, especially his son Champlin B. "Pete" Heilman.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Some restrictions exist on copying, quotation, or publication. Contact the Special Collections division, University of Washington Libraries for further details.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Accession No. 1000-031: Papers, 1907-2001Return to Top

18.75 cubic ft. (19 boxes and 2 oversized vertical files)

Scope and Content: Accession 1000-031 of the Heilman papers is arranged by subgroup, beginning with his personal papers and followed by the records of organizations in which Heilman was a member or employee. These include: UW English Department; UW Press, Adminstrative Committee; Monday Club; Phi Beta Kappa; Seattle Repertory Theatre, Artistic Director Search Committee; and Seattle Repertory Theatre, Board of Trustees.

The majority of the Robert Heilman personal papers consists of his correspondence (1934-2001), both personal and as chairman of the University of Washington English department. This correspondence includes letters to and from writers, editors, and administrators of other English departments, as well as Heilman's friends and colleagues. The most notable or prolific correspondents include: Theodore Roethke, Sewannee Review editor George Core, Eric Voegelin, Cleanth Brooks, Norton Girault, Solomon Katz, Glenn Leggett, Robert Penn Warren, Kenneth Burke, John Sisk, Allen Tate, and William Carlos Williams. There is also a large amount of correspondence between Heilman and his family, especially his son Champlin B. "Pete" Heilman; his granddaughter, Elizabeth Ruth Heilman; and his sister, Grace Heilman Stimson.

Heilman's writings and lectures, both published and unpublished, make up the other large portion of his personal papers. Speeches and writings range from his high school salutatory and college valedictory speeches and early short stories, poetry, and schoolwork, to lecture notes, scholarly essays, and the manuscript for his book, Tragedy and Melodrama.

Heilman kept a careful record of his donations to the UW Archives and included annotated inventories with each donation. Heilman's lists (located in box 10, folders 25-27) include notes and brief biographical information about his correspondents.

The two most substantial subgroups document the UW English department under Heilman's chairmanship (1948-1971) and Heilman's involvement with the scholarly organization Phi Beta Kappa. The English Department subgroup includes minutes of executive committee meetings and departmental correspondence, as well as several subject series that document important events or controversies. The Phi Beta Kappa subgroup is primarily made up of scripts for lectures Heilman gave as a visiting scholar, correspondence, and his book reviews for The Key Reporter. Other subgroups document his service on the University of Washington Press administrative committees, the Seattle Repertory Theatre board of trustees and artistic director search committee, and his membership in the Monday Club.

Arrangement: Heilman filed all of his correspondence by the name of the letter's author. This practice applied to correspondence with publishers, editors, University of Washington administrators, and representatives of other organizations and associations. Heilman's filing practice is retained, for the most part, in the current arrangement. Files contain both incoming and outgoing correspondence. However, the correspondence from Heilman's sabbatical years consists only of outgoing letters and is filed accordingly.

Restrictions on Access: Personnel records in box 20 are restricted. Letter of Charles Hyneman (housed in Safe) is restricted until 2025.

Acquisition Info: Donated by Robert Heilman in 30 installments between 1968 and 2000. Additional materials were donated by Cheryl Mathisen and Annee Fisher of the UW English department in 2002.

Processing Info: The collection is a merger of 30 separate accessions made between 1968 and 2002. It was processed in 2002-2003.

Heilman portrait digitized for Web-accessible finding aid housed in Box 16/14. N. Netzel, 9/25/2003.

Container(s) Description Dates
Personal Papers
Box/Folder Accession
1/1-3 1000-031
Biographical Features
Scope and Content: Includes bibliography.
1954-1997
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
1/4 1000-031
Adams, Hazard
1955-1995
1/5 1000-031
Adler, Mortimer J.
1942-1945
1/6 1000-031
Albertini, Virgil
1973-1983
1/7 1000-031
Albrecht, W. P.
1954-1958
1/8 1000-031
Alexander, Eddie
1971-1995
1/9 1000-031
Allen, Don C.
1947-1971
1/10 1000-031
Allen, Raymond B.
1947-1949
1/11 1000-031
Allen, Walter
1967-1995
1/12 1000-031
Allyn, Nathaniel C.
1966-1982
1/13 1000-031
Alvis, John
1979-1982
1/14 1000-031
Amis, Kingsley and Martin
1959, 1994
1/15 1000-031
Anderson, Charles R.
1947-1988
1/16 1000-031
Auden, W. H.
1950
1/17 1000-031
Baras-Burke, Edith
1966-1995
1/18 1000-031
Barnet, Sylvan
1962-1997
1/19 1000-031
Barroll, Leeds
1958-1980
1/20 1000-031
Barth, John
1966
1/21 1000-031
Barzun, Jacques
1949, 1981
1/22 1000-031
Beall, Chandler
1952-1972
1/23 1000-031
Beattie, Kurt
1991-1992
1/24 1000-031
Becker, George
1963-1986
1/25 1000-031
Beckman, George
1973-1987
1/26 1000-031
Bellow, Saul
1953
1/27 1000-031
Bennett, William J.
1979-1980
1/28 1000-031
Bentley, Eric
1954-1989
1/29 1000-031
Billman, Carl
1967-1973
1/30 1000-031
Birney, Earle
1954-1961
1/31 1000-031
Bishop, Elizabeth
1966-1975
1/32 1000-031
Bloom, Edward A.
1961-1965
1/33 1000-031
Blotner, Joseph
1957-1997
1/34 1000-031
Bly, Robert
1963
1/35 1000-031
Booth, Brad
1946-1965
1/36 1000-031
Bowers, Neal
1990-1997
1/37 1000-031
Bowie, Dorothee
1959-1993
1/38 1000-031
Brooks, Cleanth
1945-1993
1/39 1000-031
Brooks, Gwendolyn
1968
1/40 1000-031
Brown, Herbert
1944-1982
1/41 1000-031
Bryant, J. A., Jr. (Joe)
1973-1997
1/42 1000-031
Burke, Kenneth
1952-1975
1/43 1000-031
Burnshaw, Stanley
1949-1973
1/44 1000-031
Cady, Jack
1971-1973
1/45-46 1000-031
Calderwood, Jim
1960-1999
1/47 1000-031
Carpenter, Nan C.
1956-1959
1/48 1000-031
Carruth, Hayden
1951
1/49 1000-031
Cassill, R. V.
1958-1986
1/50 1000-031
Champlin, Ruth D.
1934-1935
1/51 1000-031
Chapman, Gerald C.
1963-1965
1/52 1000-031
Chihara, Paul
1961-1970
1/53 1000-031
Christofides, Constantine
1975-1983
1/54 1000-031
Clark, Marden
1973-1989
1/55 1000-031
Coe, C. Norton
1954-1957
1/56 1000-031
Cole, James
1975-1995
1/57 1000-031
Cook, Ann Jennalie
1978-1998
1/58-66, 2/1-6 1000-031
Core, George
1969-1999
2/7 1000-031
Corrigan, Robert W.
1962-1990
2/8 1000-031
Costa, Richard H.
1993-1997
2/9 1000-031
Cowley, Malcolm
1949-1980
2/10 1000-031
Current-Garcia, Eugene
1963-1991
2/11 1000-031
Curvin, Jonathan (Jack) and Helen
1955-1993
2/12 1000-031
Dalrymple, Margaret F.
1989-1992
2/13 1000-031
Daniel, Robert
1947-1983
2/14 1000-031
Daspit, Alex and Court
1977-1997
2/15 1000-031
DeLaura, David
1968-1991
2/16 1000-031
DeVore, Cameron
1986-1997
2/17 1000-031
Dean, Leonard (Pete) and Dorothy
1940s-1997
2/18 1000-031
Denbo, Bruce
1953-1968
2/19 1000-031
Dick, Hugh G.
1963-1971
2/20 1000-031
Doig, Ivan
1995
2/21 1000-031
Downes, David A.
1958-1980
2/22 1000-031
Drake, Ben
1970-1982
2/23 1000-031
Drazan, Joseph
1978-1993
2/24 1000-031
Duckett, Margaret
1956-1980
2/25 1000-031
Dunn, Richard (Dick)
1975-1997
2/26 1000-031
Dwyer, Melba (Mrs. Joseph D.)
1987-1996
2/27 1000-031
Dwyer, William
1990-1997
2/28 1000-031
East, Charles
1971-1987
2/29 1000-031
Easter, Deborah
1974-1996
2/30 1000-031
Eberhart, Richard
1953-1972
2/31 1000-031
Edens, Walter
1974-1983
2/32 1000-031
Elkins, Aaron
1993-1997
2/33 1000-031
Ellegood, Donald R.
1960-1996
2/34 1000-031
Elliot, Kenneth
1955-1956
2/35 1000-031
Engle, Paul
1948-1965
2/36 1000-031
Epstein, Joseph
1975-1996
2/37 1000-031
Erskine, Albert
1947-1970
2/38 1000-031
Estrich, Robert M.
1953-1958
2/39 1000-031
Falls, Gregory
1966-1990
2/40 1000-031
Family, Miscellaneous
1982-1995
2/41 1000-031
of Family, Miscellaneous
1945-1993, n.d.
2/42 1000-031
Farrell, David
1977-1981
2/43 1000-031
Fiedler, Leslie A.
1950-1976
2/44 1000-031
Fish, Stanley
1980-1981
2/45 1000-031
Fisher, John Hurt
1966-1971
2/46 1000-031
Fogle, French
1961-1962
2/47 1000-031
Fowler, David C.
1969-1993
2/48 1000-031
Fowles, John
1971-1972
2/49 1000-031
Franchere, Hoyt C.
1953-1959
2/50 1000-031
Franklin, John Hope
1975-1997
2/51 1000-031
Freer, Coburn
1970-1997
2/52 1000-031
French, Hanna Misch
1984-1997
2/53 1000-031
Friedman, Melvin J.
1980-1982
2/54 1000-031
Friedman, Norman
1956
2/55 1000-031
Frost, William
1948-1974
2/56 1000-031
Frye, Northrop
1951
2/57 1000-031
Gair, Sidney
1945-1952
2/58 1000-031
Gallagher, Tess
1986-1996
2/59 1000-031
Galligan, Edward
1996
2/60 1000-031
Gerberding, William P.
1987-1996
2/61 1000-031
Gernes, Sonia
1976-1992
2/62 1000-031
Gerstenberger, Donna
1964-1991
2/63 1000-031
Gettman, Royal A.
1946-1956
2/64-65 1000-031
Girault, Norton
1945-1997
2/66 1000-031
Golding, William
1974-1995
2/67 1000-031
Gosling, Veronica and Bob
1979-1996
2/68 1000-031
Graves, Robert
1960
2/69 1000-031
Greene, Kenneth
1975-1989
3/1 1000-031
Greenfield, Thelma
1980-1993
3/2 1000-031
Griffith, Malcolm
1970-1992
3/3 1000-031
Grohskopf, Bernice
1991-1997
3/4 1000-031
Guerard, Albert J.
1955-1964
3/5 1000-031
Haberman, Fred and Louise
1969-1995
3/6 1000-031
Haley, Frederick
1993
3/7 1000-031
Hall, James
1956-1970
3/8 1000-031
Hall, Jim W. and Carol
1950-1974
3/9 1000-031
Halperin, John
1971-1981
3/10 1000-031
Hamilton, A. C. (Bert)
1964-1997
3/11 1000-031
Handley, Stephen O.
1987-1993
3/12 1000-031
Harbage, Alfred
1961-1968
3/13 1000-031
Hardison, O. B.
1984-1988
3/14 1000-031
Hardy, Edward
1946-1961
3/15 1000-031
Hart, Edward L.
1957-1958
3/16 1000-031
Havard, William C.
1959-1984
3/17 1000-031
Havens, Raymond
1944-1953
3/18 1000-031
Hayden, Robert
1969
3/19 1000-031
Haydn, Hiram
1944-1973
3/20 1000-031
Heilman, Carl
1957-1997
3/21-40 1000-031
Heilman, Champlin B. (Pete)
1944-2001
3/41 1000-031
of Heilman, Champlin B. (Pete)
1988-1998, n.d. [1907-1909]
3/42-43 1000-031
Heilman, Elizabeth Ruth (Liz)
1986-2000, n.d.
4/1 1000-031
Heilman, John
1977-1999
4/2 1000-031
Heilman, Edgar James
1942-1944
4/3 1000-031
Heilman, Erich
1986-1997, n.d.
4/4 1000-031
Heilman-Costello, Elizabeth
1986-1999
4/5 1000-031
Henley, Ernest
1979-1987
4/6 1000-031
Hilen, Andrew and Fran
1949-1986
4/7 1000-031
Hill, W. Speed
1968
4/8 1000-031
Hoffman, Daniel G.
1956
4/9 1000-031
Hogness, John R.
1973-1982
4/10 1000-031
Holt, W. Stull
1948-1977
4/11 1000-031
Homan, Sidney
1967-1972
4/12 1000-031
Hornstein, Lillian H.
1950-1973
4/13 1000-031
Howe, Irving
1948-1991
4/14 1000-031
Hughes, Chip (Glenn)
1994-1997
4/15 1000-031
Hugo, Richard
1963-1973
4/16 1000-031
Humphries, Rolfe
1948-1969
4/17 1000-031
Hyneman, Charles
1943-1985
Safe 1000-031
Hyneman, Charles
Restrictions on Access:Restricted.
1980
4/18 1000-031
Ingman, Diana (Dinny)
1988-1997
4/19 1000-031
Irmsher, William (Bill)
1961-1962
4/20 1000-031
Irving, John
1996
4/21 1000-031
Jacob, W. F.
1954-1959
4/22 1000-031
Jarrell, Randall
n.d.
4/23 1000-031
Johnson, Chuck
1977-1997
4/24 1000-031
Jones, Frank
1942-1976
4/25 1000-031
Jones, Susan Curvin
1982-1999
4/26-27 1000-031
Katz, Solomon
1955-1989
4/28 1000-031
Kenner, Hugh
1959
4/29 1000-031
Kessler, Milton
1962-1971
4/30 1000-031
King, Elizabeth
1992
4/31-32 1000-031
King, Robert W. and Betty
1975-1997, n.d.
4/33 1000-031
King, Sara
1983-1989
4/34 1000-031
Kirby, Tom
1945-1991
4/35 1000-031
Kirschbaum, Leo
1946-1965
4/36 1000-031
Kizer, Carolyn
1963-1985
4/37 1000-031
Knights, Lionel C.
1956-1987
4/38 1000-031
Kolb, Gwin
1968-1974, n.d.
4/39 1000-031
Korg, Jack
1961-1996
4/40 1000-031
Krook, Dorothea (Doris)
1963-1989
4/41 1000-031
Kunitz, Stanley
1957
4/42 1000-031
Laird, Charlton G.
1953-1982
4/43 1000-031
Lancaster, Olive
1948-1990
4/44 1000-031
Langland, Joseph
1960
4/45 1000-031
Leary, William
1978-1990
4/46 1000-031
Leavis, F. R.
1953
4/47-48 1000-031
Leggett, Glenn
1957-1997
4/49 1000-031
Lindberg, Stanley W.
1984-1997
4/50 1000-031
Llorens, David
1970-1971
4/51 1000-031
Locke, Hubert G.
1974-1996
4/52 1000-031
Lockwood, Tom
1974-1997
4/53 1000-031
Logan, George M.
1984-1988
4/54 1000-031
Lowry, Malcolm
1947
4/55 1000-031
Lude, Milo R. (Mike)
1980-1988
4/56 1000-031
Lueders, Edward
1971
4/57 1000-031
Lumiansky, R. M. (Bob)
1953-1987
4/58 1000-031
Lushington, Stephen
1971-1997
4/59 1000-031
Lytle, Andrew
1943-1993
4/60 1000-031
Macey, Sam
1974-1982
4/61 1000-031
Mack, Maynard
1948-1996
4/62 1000-031
MacLeod, Alex
1988-1997
4/63 1000-031
Madden, David
1968-1988
4/64 1000-031
Major, Russell
1982
4/65 1000-031
Malamud, Bernard
1960-1961
4/66 1000-031
Marder, Louis
1952
4/67 1000-031
Matchett, William H
1965-1988
4/68 1000-031
Mathews, Jackson and Marthiel
1949-1989
4/69 1000-031
McCallum, J. H.
1947-1969
4/70 1000-031
McLuhan, Marshall
1953
4/71 1000-031
McManaway, James
1962-1971
4/72 1000-031
McQuiston, Raymer
1942-1980
4/73 1000-031
McRae, Don
1950-1962
4/74 1000-031
Medlicott, Alex (Joe)
1967-1997
4/75 1000-031
Meldrum, Ronald and Barbara
1965-1988
4/76 1000-031
Meserve, Robert W.
1968-1990
4/77 1000-031
Meyers, Jeffrey
1985
4/78 1000-031
Miller, James E.
1961-1966
4/79 1000-031
Mills, William
1990-1992
4/80 1000-031
Monk, Samuel H.
1953-1980
4/81 1000-031
Monroe, Robert D.
1959-1980
4/82 1000-031
Moore, Carlisle and Barbara
1973-1996
4/83 1000-031
Moore, Harry T.
1954-1969
4/84 1000-031
Morgan, Frederick
1959-1962
4/85 1000-031
Morgan, Murray
1982-1992
4/86 1000-031
Muir, Kenneth
1956-1965, n.d.
4/87 1000-031
Navascues, Kathy
1981-1983
4/88 1000-031
Nemerov, Howard
1987
4/89 1000-031
Nevius, Blake R.
1948-1970
4/90 1000-031
Norman Joe G., Jr.
1987-1994
4/91 1000-031
O'Connor, William V.
1942-1966
4/92 1000-031
Odegaard, Charles E.
1972-1992
4/93 1000-031
Olmsted, J. W. (Jack)
1952-1960
4/94 1000-031
Olson, Lyle
1983-1986
4/95 1000-031
Olney, James
1985-1995
4/96 1000-031
Oyama, Toshikazu and Toshiko
1965-1987
4/97 1000-031
Palmer, John
1946-1960
4/98 1000-031
Parini, Jay
1975-1996
4/99 1000-031
Partlow, Theodore V.
1973-1988
4/100 1000-031
Pascal, Paul and Naomi
1970-1997
4/101 1000-031
Paterson, John
1962-1965
4/102 1000-031
Patterson, Bennett (Carolyn)
1981-1993
5/1 1000-031
Payne, Ancil H.
1979-1992
5/2 1000-031
Pearce, Donald
1958
5/3 1000-031
Pellegrini, Angelo
1949-1950
5/4 1000-031
Pelly, Thomas M.
1961-1971
5/5 1000-031
Phillips, Marguerite
1975-1987
5/6 1000-031
Pinsker, Sanford
1970-1997
5/7 1000-031
Porter, M. Gilbert
1975-1990
5/8 1000-031
Prenshaw, Peggy
1975-1983
5/9 1000-031
Rabkin, Norman
1974-1984
5/10 1000-031
Rahv, Philip
1960-1961
5/11 1000-031
Ramsey, Jerry
1965-1973
5/12 1000-031
Randlett, Mary
1966-1975
5/13 1000-031
Ransom, John Crowe
1943-1959
5/14 1000-031
Raval, Suresh
1973-1997
5/15 1000-031
Ray, Gordon
1963-1985
5/16 1000-031
Reed, Henry
1964-1967
5/17 1000-031
Reed, Ishmael
1969
5/18 1000-031
Reinert, Otto
1967-1996
5/19 1000-031
Reesing, John P.
1976-1980
5/20 1000-031
Rexroth, Mrs. Kenneth
1954
5/21 1000-031
Rideout, Walter B.
1967-1970
5/22 1000-031
Rinehart, Keith
1959-1971
5/23 1000-031
Robb, Frances
1962-1984
5/24 1000-031
Robinson, James K.
1966
5/25 1000-031
Roethke, Beatrice
1967-1997
5/26 1000-031
Roethke, Theodore
1949-1960
5/27 1000-031
Rubin, Louis D., Jr.
1951-1996
5/28 1000-031
Rupp, John N.
1972-1990
5/29 1000-031
Russell, John (Jack)
1965-1991
5/30 1000-031
Sale, Roger
1968-1997
5/31 1000-031
Saling, Ann
1967-1989
5/32 1000-031
Savage, George and Gladys
1948-1993
5/33 1000-031
Schlicke, Paul
1980-1997
5/34 1000-031
Schneider, Franz K.
1967-1990
5/35 1000-031
Schoenbaum, Sam
1968-1984
5/36 1000-031
Schorer, Mark
1950-1963
5/37 1000-031
Schorr, Miriam (Mimi)
1988-1997
5/38 1000-031
Schwartz, Gerard
1992
5/39 1000-031
Schweizer, Harold
1986
5/40 1000-031
Schweppe, Alfred J.
1955
5/41 1000-031
Schwilck, Gene L.
1979-1985
5/42 1000-031
Scouten, Arthur H.
1987
5/43 1000-031
Seager, Allan
1967
5/44 1000-031
Searle, John R.
1993
5/45 1000-031
Sedgewick, Andrea
1985
5/46 1000-031
Selig, Richard
1952-1957
5/47 1000-031
Shanks, Rosalind
1977
5/48 1000-031
Simpson, Lewis P.
1968-1997
5/49-50 1000-031
Sisk, John
1967-1997
5/51 1000-031
Skotheim, Nadine
1978-1988
5/52 1000-031
Skotheim, Robert A.
1975-1996
5/53 1000-031
Smith, Ann
1977-1978
5/54 1000-031
Smith, Henry Ladd (Hank)
1955, 1958, 1978-1996
5/55 1000-031
Smith, Henry Nash
1944-1969
5/56 1000-031
Sparks, Marilyn
1980-1994
5/57 1000-031
Spears, Monroe K.
1952-1994
5/58 1000-031
Stafford, William
1974-1981
5/59 1000-031
Stallman, Robert
1948-1960
5/60 1000-031
Stanford, Donald E.
1963-1994
5/61 1000-031
Stegner, Wallace
1948-1961
5/62 1000-031
Stein, Arnold
1948-1989
5/63 1000-031
Stern, Cynthia Katz
1975-1994
5/64 1000-031
Stevens, A. Wilbur
1955-1994
5/65 1000-031
Stevick, Robert D.
1971-1979
5/66 1000-031
Stewart, Randall
1949-1957
5/67-72 1000-031
Stimson, Grace
1955-1995, n.d.
5/73 1000-031
Stipicevic, Jean
1984-1996
5/74 1000-031
Stirling, Brents
1952-1969
5/75 1000-031
Stitt, Peter
1987-1997
5/76 1000-031
Stoke, Harold W. and Persis
1947-1972
5/77 1000-031
Stoppard, Tom
1976
5/78 1000-031
Stump, Reva
1956-1970
5/79 1000-031
Suderberg, Robert
1974-1979
5/80 1000-031
Svendsen, Kester
1958-1967
5/81 1000-031
Sypher, Wylie
1942-1974, n.d.
5/82 1000-031
Tate, Allen
1944-1974
5/83 1000-031
Taylor, George E.
n.d. (ca.1950s)
5/84 1000-031
Taylor, Priscilla
1985-1997
5/85 1000-031
Tillyard, E. M. W.
1948-1957
5/86 1000-031
Tinsman, Robert E.
1947-1997
5/87 1000-031
Transue, Pamela
1974-1996
5/88 1000-031
Treadgold, Donald W. and Alva
1966-1997
5/89 1000-031
Triem, Eve
1965-1967
5/90 1000-031
Trilling, Lionel
1947-1955
5/91 1000-031
Tsutakawa, George
1984
5/92 1000-031
Van Doren, Mark
1944
5/93 1000-031
Vivas, Eliseo
1947-1969
6/1-5 1000-031
Voegelin, Eric
1944-1984
6/6 1000-031
Voegelin, Lissy
1956-1989
6/7 1000-031
Wagoner, David
1956-1991, n.d.
6/8 1000-031
Walcutt, C. C. (Bill)
1943-1961
6/9 1000-031
Walkinshaw, Walter
1991-1997
6/10 1000-031
Wang, Lena
1985-1995
6/11 1000-031
Warren, Robert Penn
1942-1986
6/12 1000-031
Wasserman, Earl R.
1952-1955
6/13 1000-031
Watkins, Vernon
1964-1967
6/14 1000-031
Watt, Eloise
1992-1997
6/15 1000-031
Wattman, Charles A.
1986-1990
6/16 1000-031
Weatherhead, Kingsley
1975-1993
6/17 1000-031
Weaver, Richard
1948-1952
6/18 1000-031
Weber, Brom
1968-1969
6/19-21 1000-031
Wehr, Wesley
1978-1997
6/22 1000-031
Weinbrot, Howard D.
1969-1975
6/23 1000-031
Weismiller, Edward
1954
6/24 1000-031
Weiss, T. (Ted)
1944-1949
6/25 1000-031
West, Ray B.
1947-1956
6/26 1000-031
Westinghouse, Mariquita (Qui Qui)
1975-1997
6/27 1000-031
Wickes, George
1983-1994
6/28 1000-031
Wilbur, Richard (Dick)
1955-1992
6/29 1000-031
Williams, Aubrey
1944-1994
6/30 1000-031
Williams, William Carlos
1950-1962
6/31 1000-031
Williams, Wirt
1953-1988
6/32-33 1000-031
Willson, Lawrence (Larry)
1969-1996
6/34 1000-031
Wilson, Edmund
1944
6/35 1000-031
Winters, Yvor
1950-1955
6/36 1000-031
Winton, Calhoun
1971, 1980
6/37 1000-031
Withington, Robert
1952-1953
6/38 1000-031
Wong, Shawn
1997
6/39 1000-031
Woodcock, George
1956-1995
6/40 1000-031
Woolf, H. B. (Bosley)
1948-1991
6/41 1000-031
Work, James A.
1952-1959
6/42 1000-031
Wright, Celeste T.
1974
6/43 1000-031
Wright, James A.
1957-1965
6/44 1000-031
Yahraes, Herb
1947-1985
6/45 1000-031
Zabel, Morton D.
1948-1950
6/46 1000-031
American Association of University Professors
1943-1964
6/47 1000-031
Association of Departments of English
1967-1981
6/48 1000-031
University of California Press
1957-1988
6/49 1000-031
Clio
1972-1975
6/50 1000-031
Houghton Mifflin
1961-1962
6/51 1000-031
Kenyon College
1972-1975
6/52-55 1000-031
University of Missouri Press
1991-199
6/56 1000-031
Modern Language Association of America
1949-1992
6/57 1000-031
National Council of Teachers of English
1954-1968
6/58 1000-031
Random House
1966-1968
6/59 1000-031
Seattle Art Museum
1986-1993
6/60 1000-031
Seattle City Council
1983
6/61 1000-031
Time, Inc.
1945
6/62 1000-031
UW
1966-1995
6/63 1000-031
UW English Department
1984-1985
6/64 1000-031
UW Libraries
1948-1997
6/65 1000-031
UW President
1956-1975
6/66 1000-031
UW Press
1964-1993
6/67-71 1000-031
Miscellaneous Aa-Ay
1940s-1990s
7/1-33 1000-031
Miscellaneous Bac-Gwy
1940s-1990s
8/1-34 1000-031
Miscellaneous Haa-Nye
1940s-1990s
9/1-35 1000-031
Miscellaneous O-Won
1940s-1990s
10/1-3 1000-031
Miscellaneous Woz-Z
1940s-1990s
10/4 1000-031
Unidentified
1947-1987, n.d.
Correspondence Regarding:
Box/Folder Accession
10/5 1000-031
Book and Magazine Editors
1956-1991
10/6 1000-031
Gifts and Donations
2000-2001
10/7 1000-031
Harvard Medical School Newsletter
1984-1985
10/8 1000-031
Heilman's Employment History
n.d.
10/9 1000-031
The Iceman, the Arsonist and the Troubled Agent
1972
10/10 1000-031
The Mayor of Casterbridge - Editing of
1950-1961
10/11 1000-031
NEH Grant
1970-1976
10/12 1000-031
Heilman's Retirement
1975-1984
10/13 1000-031
Roosevelt, Edith Kermit - Column
1961
10/14 1000-031
The Southern Connection
1989-1991
10/15 1000-031
Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles
1968-1970
10/16 1000-031
The Workings of Fiction
1988-1991
Outgoing Letters
Box/Folder Accession
10/17-18 1000-031
Sabbatical Year, to Champlin B. Heilman
1957-1958
10/19-20 1000-031
Sabbatical Year, to Mary Bechtold Heilman
1957-1958
10/21 1000-031
Sabbatical Year, to Olive and Leo Hirschorne
1964-1965
10/22 1000-031
Sabbatical Year (of Ruth Heilman)
1965
10/23 1000-031
Sabbatical Year
1964-1965
10/24 1000-031
Sabbatical Year
1971-1972
Lists
Box/Folder Accession
10/25-27 1000-031
Donations Inventories and Correspondents' Names
1970s-1990s
10/28 1000-031
Miscellaneous
1977-1979, n.d.
Minutes
Box/Folder Accession
10/29 1000-031
Louisiana State University College of Arts and Sciences
1948
10/30 1000-031
World Center for Shakespeare Studies
1974
Speeches and Writings
Prose and Poetry
Box/Folder Accession
10/31 1000-031
"Baseball: Some Quasi-Memberships"
n.d.
10/32 1000-031
"Byatt's Possession Observed"
n.d.
10/33 1000-031
"Carlo Goldoni: The Servant of Two Masters"
n.d.
10/34-35 1000-031
"The Charliad" in honor of Charles Odegaard
1973
10/36 1000-031
"The Concept of Tragedy"
n.d.
10/37 1000-031
"Escape Literature"
1974
10/38 1000-031
"FAMA: Sports Record Inflations"
ca. 1985
10/39 1000-031
"From Parsonage to Podium"
n.d.
10/40 1000-031
"George Woodcock: Recollections"
n.d.
10/41 1000-031
Gulliver's Travels: typescript of Heilman's introduction to revised Modern Library edition
1968
10/42 1000-031
"Lafayette, We Are Here" newspaper column
1922-1926
11/1 1000-031
"Losing Battles" and "Winning the War"
n.d.
11/2 1000-031
"Malcolm Cowley as University Professor: Episodes in Societal Neurosis"
n.d.
11/3 1000-031
"Parrington and Others"
1981
11/4 1000-031
Review of "John Davidson, First of the Moderns" by John Sloan
1996
11/5 1000-031
Review of " The Beginning of the Journey" by Diana Trilling
1993
11/6 1000-031
Review of "We Scholars" by David Damrosh
1995
11/7 1000-031
"Scene, Tradition and the Unresolved in (William) Carrington's Short Stories"
n.d
11/8 1000-031
Sewanee Review, "The State of Letters"
1989
11/8 1000-031
Sewanee Review, "A Tribute to George Woodcock"
1995
11/9 1000-031
"'Shakespeare and Politics' Comments on Dr. Jaffa's Paper"
1980
11/10 1000-031
"Shakespearianism: Similitudes and Inquiries"
1974
11/11 1000-031
"Sol-iloquy (the Katziad)" in honor of Solomon Katz
1979
11/12 1000-031
"Some Victorian Letter Writers and the Renaissance"
n.d.
11/13-14 1000-031
Tragedy and Melodrama: original manuscript
1958-1965
11/15 1000-031
Tragedy and Melodrama: Notre Dame lectures from chapters 1-5
1958
11/16 1000-031
Tragedy and Melodrama: intermediate typed version of chapters 1-5
1959-1965
11/17 1000-031
Tragedy and Melodrama: final amateur typed version of chapters 1-4
1965
11/18 1000-031
Tragedy and Melodrama: final amateur typed version of chapters 5-7
1965
11/19 1000-031
Tragedy and Melodrama: carbon of typescript, chapters 1-4, with marginalia
1965
11/20 1000-031
Tragedy and Melodrama: carbon of typescript, chapters 5-6, with marginalia
1965
11/21 1000-031
Tragedy and Melodrama: carbon of typescript, chapters 7-8, index, with marginalia
1965
11/22 1000-031
"UW Department of English, 1948-ff.: Jottings for a Historian"
1989
11/23 1000-031
"Writer and Critic"
1987
11/24 1000-031
Unpublished Articles
1930-1969
11/25 1000-031
Unpublished Essays
1928-1935
11/26 1000-031
Unpublished Manuscripts
1942-1958
12/1 1000-031
Unpublished Prose
Scope and Content: Introductories, tributes, memorials, etc.
1979-1993
12/2 1000-031
Unpublished Short Story, "Fraternity"
1928-1930
12/3 1000-031
Unpublished Short Story, "Love: Old Styles"
1928-1930
12/4 1000-031
Unpublished Short Story, "Table C"
n.d.
12/5 1000-031
Unpublished Short Story, "The Gift"
1928-1930
12/6 1000-031
Unpublished Short Story, "Transfusion of an Idea"
1928-1930
12/7-8 1000-031
Unpublished Verse
1928-1990s
12/9 1000-031
Miscellaneous Articles
1981, 1988, n.d.
12/10 1000-031
Miscellaneous Publications
1985-1988
Notes, Summaries, and Analyses
Box/Folder Accession
12/11 1000-031
Analyses
n.d.
12/12 1000-031
Fiction Summaries
n.d.
12/13 1000-031
Notes on Issues of Sewanee Review
1994-1995
12/14 1000-031
Notes for Book on Farce
1976, n.d.
12/15 1000-031
Notes on Plays
n.d.
12/16 1000-031
Outline - "Generic Relationships: A Possible Pattern"
n.d.
12/17 1000-031
Play Summaries
1957, 1964, n.d.
12/18 1000-031
Travelogues
1938-1936
Lectures and Speeches
Box/Folder Accession
12/19 1000-031
"Aging Away"
1994
12/20 1000-031
Alumni Lectures - "Shakespeare"
1980
12/21 1000-031
"Browsing in Retirees' Retrospections"
1985
12/22 1000-031
"Eric Voegelin: Reminiscences"
n.d.
12/23 1000-031
"Humanism, Cliches and Best-Sellers"
1977
12/24 1000-031
"Language for Fun"
1983
12/25 1000-031
"Libraries I Have Known"
1986
12/26 1000-031
"Macbeth: Villain as Hero"
n.d.
12/27 1000-031
Notre Dame lectures
n.d.
12/28 1000-031
Occasions in Seattle and Elsewhere in Washington
1972-1986
12/29 1000-031
"The Professor in Three Exposures"
1974
12/30 1000-031
"Random Goodbyes from Chipsville"
1976
12/31 1000-031
"The Renaissance: the Ancient World as the Door to Modernity"
1975
12/32 1000-031
Introductory Speeches
1950-1991
12/33 1000-031
Salutatory, Easton High School Commencement
1923
12/34 1000-031
Shakespeare 400th, Leeds Introduction
n.d.
12/35 1000-031
Shakespeare Seminars, Birmingham, Alabama
n.d.
12/36 1000-031
"Structure: The Warden and Pride and Prejudice"
1982
12/37 1000-031
"Style in Fiction: the Charlotte Brontë Version"
1982
12/38 1000-031
Sol Katz Gala, Emcee's Script
1975
12/39 1000-031
"Theodore Roethke," Introduction
1983
12/40 1000-031
Universities and Associations Meetings
1974-1985
12/41 1000-031
Valedictory, Lafayette
1927
12/42 1000-031
University of Washington Events
1975-1987
12/43 1000-031
"Ways of the World"
n.d.
12/44 1000-031
"What Does Hamlet Know about Himself"
n.d.
12/45, 13/1 1000-031
Miscellaneous Lectures
1959-2000
Course Lecture Notes
Box/Folder Accession
13/2-4 1000-031
"327"
n.d.
13/5 1000-031
English 264: Criticism 1600-1900 (LSU)
1936
13/6-8 1000-031
English 411: Comedy
n.d.
13/9-12 1000-031
English 412: Tragedy
n.d.
13/13 1000-031
English 417
n.d.
13/14 1000-031
English 418
n.d.
13/15 1000-031
English 419
n.d.
13/16-17 1000-031
Honors Post-Realist Drama
1967
13/18-19 1000-031
Novel, 1800-1855
n.d.
13/20-21 1000-031
Novel, 1855-1915
n.d.
13/22 1000-031
Theory of Fiction Seminar, University of California, Berkeley
1950
Schoolwork
Box/Folder Accession
13/23 1000-031
"Benvenuto Cellini"
1928
13/24 1000-031
"Early American Literature"
1927-1928
14 1000-031
The English Novel 1760-1800 and the American Revolution - Harvard Ph.D Thesis
1935
13/25 1000-031
"Francis Rabelais"
1928
13/26-27 1000-031
Harvard
1930-1931
14/1 1000-031
"What a Student Thinks of It"
ca. 1927
14/2 1000-031
"Whitman"
1928
Speeches and Writings of Others
Articles, Essays, Lectures, and Poetry
Box/Folder Accession
14/3 1000-031
Erskine, Albert, "Marxian Literary Criticism"
c. 1939
14/4 1000-031
Hilen, Andrew
1950s-1990s, n.d.
14/5 1000-031
Introductory Remarks for Robert Heilman
1977-1980
14/6 1000-031
Meyers, Jeffrey, "The Background of Roethke's 'Elegy for Jane'"
n.d.
14/7-8 1000-031
Reviews of Books Written by Robert B. Heilman
1984-1991
14/9 1000-031
Unidentified
n.d.
14/10 1000-031
Miscellaneous
1948-1994, n.d.
14/11 1000-031
Miscellaneous Poetry
1978-1979, n.d.
Books Annotated for Teaching
Box Accession
14 1000-031
Roethke, Collected Poems
1966
15 1000-031
Aeschylus, Orestia, tr. Lattimore
15 1000-031
Anonymous, Shorter Elizabethan Novels
15 1000-031
Austen, Jane, Pride and Prejudice
15 1000-031
Brontë, Charlotte, Villette
15 1000-031
Brontë, Emily, Wuthering Heights
15 1000-031
Bunyan, John, Pilgrim's Progress
15 1000-031
Conrad, Joseph, Victory
15 1000-031
Defoe, Daniel, Moll Flanders
15 1000-031
Dickens, Charles, Great Expectations
General Notes: Two copies.
15 1000-031
Dunn, Esther C. ed., Eight Famous Elizabethan Plays
15 1000-031
Duerrenmatt, Friedrich, The Visit
15 1000-031
Eliot, George, Adam Bede
15 1000-031
Eliot, George, Middlemarch
15 1000-031
Eliot, T. S., The Cocktail Party
15 1000-031
Eliot, T. S., The Confidential Clerk
15 1000-031
Eliot, T. S., The Family Reunion
15 1000-031
Eliot, T. S., Murder in the Cathedral
15 1000-031
Fielding, Henry, Joseph Andrews
15 1000-031
Fielding, Henry, Joseph Andrews and Shamela
15 1000-031
Fielding, Henry, Tom Jones
15 1000-031
Fry, Christopher, A Sleep of Prisoners
15 1000-031
Gissing, George, The New Grub Street
15 1000-031
Goethe, J. W., Faust Part I, tr. Raphael
15 1000-031
Meredith, George, The Ordeal of Richard Feverel
15 1000-031
McMillan and Jones, eds., Plays of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century
15 1000-031
Nathan, George Jean, intro., World's Great Plays
15 1000-031
O'Neill, Eugene, Long Day's Journey Into Night
15 1000-031
Richardson, Samuel, Pamela
15 1000-031
Scott, Walter, Rob Roy
General Notes: Two copies.
15 1000-031
Smollet, Tobias, The Expedition of Humphry Clinker
15 1000-031
Sterne, Lawrence, Tristam Shandy
15 1000-031
Swift, Jonathan, Gulliver's Travels
15 1000-031
Thackeray, William M., Vanity Fair
15 1000-031
Trollope, Anthony, The Warden
15 1000-031
Walpole, Horace, The Castle of Otranto
15 1000-031
Wells, H. G., Tono Bungay
General Notes: Two copies.
15 1000-031
Whitman, C. H., ed., Seven Contemporary Plays
Reports
Box/Folder Accession
16/1 1000-031
Vanderbilt University English Department
1963-1964
16/2 1000-031
York University Ph.D. Program
1969
16/3 1000-031
Miscellaneous
1973-1984
Box/Folder Accession
16/4 1000-031
Awards
1956-1987
16/5-7 1000-031
Programs
1923-1990, n.d.
16/8-9 1000-031
Announcements
1948-1990
16/10-11 1000-031
Bulletins and Newsletters
1944-1989
box:oversize
Miscellaneous Oversize Box 2 1000-031
Posters
n.d.
Box/Folder
16/12 1000-031
News Releases
1947-1991
Photographs
Box/Folder Accession
16/13-15 1000-031
Photographs
1910-ca. 1990
box:oversize
Miscellaneous Oversize Box 2 1000-031
Photographs
Notebook
Box/Folder Accession
16/16 1000-031
"The Sayings of Chairman Heilman"
1971
Audiocassette
Box/Folder Accession
16/17 1000-031
"Novelists and Dramatists on Journalists"
1983
Computer Disks
Box/Folder Accession
16/18 1000-031
Letters from Champlin B. Heilman
1997-2001
Box/Folder Accession
16/19 1000-031
Notes
n.d.
16/20 1000-031
Scrapbook re: Heilman Retirement
1971
box:oversize
Miscellaneous Oversize Box 2 1000-031
Resolutions
1941,1963
Ephemera
Box/Folder Accession
16/21 1000-031
High School and College Years
1923-1936
16/22 1000-031
Humor
1950-1990, n.d.
16/23 1000-031
Travel
1974-1976
16/24 1000-031
Miscellaneous
1941-1999
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
16/25 1000-031
Course Evaluations
1959-1976
16/26 1000-031
"Freedom from Speech" article
1961
16/27-28 1000-031
Heilman's Retirement Dinner
1971
16/29 1000-031
King, Elizabeth, Divorce and Adoption of Robert W. Heilman
1934-1948
16/30 1000-031
Voegelin, Eric
1966
Clippings
Box/Folder Accession
16/31, 17/1 1000-031
Newspapers
1927-1991
17/2 1000-031
Separated from Champlin B. Heilman letters
1990s
17/3-4 1000-031
Miscellaneous
1942-1991
University of Washington English Department
Interdepartmental Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
17/5 1000-031
UW Dean of Academic Personel (E.R. Guthrie), Deans of Graduate School (H.W. Stoke, E.R. Guthrie)
1947-1951
17/6-10 1000-031
UW Dean of Arts and Sciences (L.S. Woodbourne)
1950-1959
17/11 1000-031
UW President's Office (V.P. Everett)
1957
17/12 1000-031
UW President's Office (Odegaard)
1959-1971
17/13 1000-031
Miscellaneous
1963-1976
Box/Folder Accession
17/14-19 1000-031
Intradepartmental Correspondence
1949-1996
Minutes
Box/Folder Accession
17/20-27 1000-031
Committees (including Executive Committee)
1948-1960
17/28-39 1000-031
Executive Committee
1960-1971
17/40 1000-031
Library Committee
1964-1970
Box/Folder Accession
17/41 1000-031
Financial Records
1969
Reports
Box/Folder Accession
17/42-44,18/1-5 1000-031
Annual Reports and Bibliographies
1947-1971
18/6 1000-031
Long Range Planning Reports
1955
Box/Folder Accession
18/7 1000-031
Newsletters
1975-1986
Bulletins
Box/Folder Accession
18/8 1000-031
UW President's Office (Allen), Emergency Mobilization Bulletins
1950-1951
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
18/9 1000-031
Academy of American Poets and Subsidiary Organizations
1960-1966
18/10-11 1000-031
American Association of University Professors (National Office)
1959-1958
18/12 1000-031
American Association of University Professors, UW Chapter
1951-1962
18/13 1000-031
Association of Departments of English
1963-1967
18/14-15 1000-031
Black Affairs and UW Black Studies Committee
1968-1970
18/16-17 1000-031
Kenneth Burke Controversy
1952
18/18-19 1000-031
Malcolm Cowley Controversy
1948-1949
18/20 1000-031
Freshman English Assignments
1951-1963
18/21 1000-031
Modern Language Quarterly
1961-1970
18/22 1000-031
J. Robert Oppenheimer Controversy
1955
18/23 1000-031
Pacific Northwest Writers Conference
1948-1950
18/24 1000-031
Poetry Northwest
1960-1966
18/25 1000-031
Summer School Records
1955-1969
Box/Folder Accession
18/26 1000-031
Miscellany
1948-1971
University of Washington Press, Adminstrative Committee
Box/Folder Accession
18/27 1000-031
General Correspondence
1952-1963
18/28 1000-031
Minutes
1952-1954
18/29-33 1000-031
Reports
1952-1954
Monday Club
Box/Folder Accession
18/34 1000-031
Minutes
1974-1991
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder Accession
18/35 1000-031
"Lexicographic Schizophrenia"
1988
18/36 1000-031
"Words, Words, Words"
1979-1980
18/37 1000-031
Miscellaneous
1972-2000
Speeches and Writings of Others
Box/Folder Accession
18/38 1000-031
Baillargeon, Joseph C., "Moby-Bob: Why the Excellence of Robert B. Heilman's Literary Criticism Is Not Just a Fluke"
1986
Box/Folder Accession
18/39 1000-031
Miscellany
1983, n.d.
Phi Beta Kappa
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
18/40 1000-031
Franklin, John Hope
1974-1982
18/41 1000-031
Miscellaneous
1957-1989
Minutes
Box/Folder Accession
18/42 1000-031
Committee on Publications
1973
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder Accession
18/43-44 1000-031
Book Reviews for The Key Reporter
1967-1973
18/45 1000-031
Christian Gauss Award, Acceptance Speech
1979
18/46-47,19/1 1000-031
Miscellaneous Lectures
1979-1983, n.d.
19/2 1000-031
"Doors In and Doors Out"
1977
19/3 1000-031
Dinner Remarks
1979
Box/Folder Accession
19/4 1000-031
Speeches and Writings of Others
1985, n.d.
Publications
Box/Folder Accession
19/5-9 1000-031
The Key Reporter
1959-1990
Box/Folder Accession
19/10 1000-031
Programs
1979-1984
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
19/11 1000-031
Christian Gauss Award
1979
19/12 1000-031
Visiting Scholar
1981-1983
Seattle Repertory Theatre Artistic Director Search Committee
Box Accession
20 1000-031
Candidate Files
Restrictions on Access:Restricted.
1978-1979
Seattle Repertory Theatre Board of Trustees
Box/Folder Accession
19/13 1000-031
General Correspondence
1979-1980

Accession No. 1000-032: Papers, 1927-2004 (bulk 1996-2004)Return to Top

0.63 cubic ft. (2 boxes)

Scope and Content: Correspondence, awards and honors; 1927-2004 (bulk 1996-2004).

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Received from Champlin B. "Pete" Heilman, May 12, 2005.

Processing Info: Processing Level 1.

Container(s) Description Dates
Correspondence
Box Accession
1 1000-032
Letters to Pete Heilman
1966-1996
1 1000-032
Letters to Pete Heilman
1997
1 1000-032
Robert
1962-2000
1 1000-032
Dick Costa Letters
1993-2002
1 1000-032
LSU Press
1989-2000
1 1000-032
Post-Mortem Correspondence
1992-2004
1 1000-032
Correspondence
1998-2001
Awards and Honors
Box Accession
1 1000-032
Award Certificates: Phi Beta Kappa Fellowship of Associates; Lafayette College Alumni Association, George Washington Kidd Class of 1836 Award for Distinction in Dual Careers of Teaching and Writing
1983
1 1000-032
Lafayette College Semi-Centennial Certificate: 50th Anniversary of Graduation
1977
2 1000-032
Certificates - Diploma: Doctor of Literature (Lafayette College); Citizen of the Day (KOL Radio)
1927-1967
2 1000-032
Ruth Delavan Champlin: Transcript and Certificate of Graduation (Smith College)
1927-1929
2 1000-032
Honorary Degree Diploma: Doctor of Laws (Grinnell College); Citation Reading
1971
2 1000-032
Doctor of Humanities Diploma: Whitman College
1977