Henry Davidson Sheldon papers, 1890-1948  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Sheldon, Henry Davidson
Title
Henry Davidson Sheldon papers
Dates
1890-1948 (inclusive)
Quantity
13.5 linear feet, (51 containers)
Collection Number
Coll 155
Summary
Collection comprises architectural drawings for two projects in Eugene, Oregon by Warren Heywood Williams, the Masonic Temple and the Oregon Electric Railway passenger station. Original full-size detail working drawings for the Masonic Temple and revisions for the Oregon Electric Railway Station, created by the firm of Doyle, Patterson and Beach, are also included.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

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


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Henry Davidson Sheldon, born October 3, 1874 en route to California, was the son of New York emigres who settled in San Luis Obispo, and later Santa Clara, California. He was educated at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California and received his BA (1896) and MA (1897) from Stanford. His doctoral work was done at Clark University. Sheldon married Florence Perry whom he met in Worcester, Massachusetts and, with her, raised a son and daughter.

Sheldon began his career at the University of Oregon in 1900 as a professor of education and history, bringing with him a progressive view of education. With the child-centered school as their focus, he and his colleagues, Joseph Schafer, O.F. Stafford and Herbert C. Howe, worked to professionalize teacher training, raise state certification requirements, broaden the curricula of the University, and extend its reach through correspondence courses, extension classes, and summer school. Sheldon also worked hard to increase financial support for the University.

From August, 1911 to June, 1912 Sheldon studies in England and Germany. He returned to the University of Oregon in 1913 as Dean of the School of Education, which graduated the greatest number of high school teachers in the states. He joined the presidential advisory council in 1917 and served that body until 1933. During the 1920's the School of Education grew both in size and prominence under Sheldon's guidance. In this period he published a bibliography on the history of Oregon, began documenting the history of the University of Oregon, pressed for higher base salaries at the University, and directed several theses on the history of education in Oregon.

The 1930's was a period of production and recovery for Sheldon. He began to write the history of the University of Oregon, postponing a history of political liberalism and its relation to education. In 1933 he fell victim to tuberculosis and remained in the state TB hospital at Salem through March, 1935.

In 1942 he retired to emeritus status, continuing to teach only American civilization and the history of education. Sheldon retired from all teaching in 1947 at age 73 and died in 1948, leaving unfinished the history of liberalism project and a history of education in Oregon.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Henry Davidson Sheldon left a rich collection of correspondence, manuscripts, and research materials with span the years 1890-1948 and document his long career as a progressive educator and his commitment to the University of Oregon. Several photographs are included.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

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If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Henry Davidson Sheldon Papers, Coll155, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Biographical MaterialReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
1 2
Penegyrik [eulogy]
1 3
Diary

Series II:  CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 4
1890, December - 1892, December
December 1890-December 1892
1 5
1893, January - September
January 1893-September 1893
1 6
1894, January - 1895, September
January 1894-September 1895
1 7
1 8
1896, April - June
April 1896-June 1896
1 9
1896, July - December
July 1896-December 1896
1 10
1897, January - May
January 1897-May 1897
2 1
1897, June-July
June 1897-July 1897
2 2
1897, August
August 1897
2 3
1897, September 1-14
September 1-14, 1897
2 4
1897, September 18-30
September 18-30, 1897
2 5
1897, October
October 1897
2 6
1897, November
November 1897
2 7
1897, December
December 1897
2 8
1898, January 1-16
January 1, 1898-January 16, 1898
2 9
1898, January 19-30
January 19, 1898-January 30, 1898
2 10
1898, February
February 1898
2 11
1898, March
March 1898
2 12
1898, April
April 1898
2 13
1898, May 1-12
May 1, 1898-May 12, 1898
2 14
1898, May 16-29
May 16, 1898-May 29, 1898
2 15
1898, June
June 1898
2 16
1898, July 3-18
July 3, 1898-July 18, 1898
3 1
1898, July 19-31
July 19, 1898-July 31, 1898
3 2
1898, August
August 1898
3 3
1898, September 2-17
September 2, 1898-September 17, 1898
3 4
1898, September 18-30
September 18, 1898-September 30, 1898
3 5
1898, October 1-15
October 1, 1898-October 15, 1898
3 6
1898, October 17-31
October 17, 1898-October 31, 1898
3 7
1898, November 5-19
November 5, 1898-November 19, 1898
3 8
1898, November 20-28
November 20, 1898-November 28, 1898
3 9
1898, December 1-14
December 1, 1898-December 14, 1898
3 10
1898, December 16-31
December 16, 1898-December 31, 1898
3 11
1899, January
January, 1899
3 12
1899, February
February 1899
3 13
1899, March 4-24
March 4, 1899-March 24, 1899
3 14
1899, March 25-29
March 25, 1899-March 29, 1899
3 15
1899, April 1-13
April 1, 1899-April 13, 1899
4 1
1899, April 16-30
April 16, 1899-April 30, 1899
4 2
1899, May
May 1899
4 3
1899, June 1-10
June 1, 1899-June 10, 1899
4 4
1899, June 12-28
June 12, 1899-June 28, 1899
4 5
1899, July 1-18
July 1, 1899-July 18, 1899
4 6
1899, July 19-31
July 19, 1899-July 31, 1899
4 7
1899, August 1-11
August 1, 1899-August 11, 1899
4 8
1899, August 12-22
August 12, 1899-August 22, 1899
4 9
1899, August 23-31
August 23, 1899-August 31, 1899
4 10
1899, September 4-14
September 4, 1899-September 14, 1899
4 11
1899, September 15-30
September 15, 1899-September 30, 1899
4 12
1899, October
October 1899
4 13
1899, November
November 1899
4 14
1899, December
December 1899
5 1
1900, January 1-19
January 1, 1900-January 19, 1900
5 2
1900, January 20-30
January 20, 1900-January 30, 1900
5 3
1900, February 1-11
February 1, 1900-February 11, 1900
5 4
1900, February 12-27
February 12, 1900-February 27, 1900
5 5
1900, March 1-16
March 1, 1900-March 16, 1900
5 6
1900, March 17-30
March 17, 1900-March 30, 1900
5 7
1900, April 1-16
April 1, 1900-April 16, 1900
5 8
1900, April 17-30
April 17, 1900-April 30, 1900
5 9
1900, May
May 1900
5 10
1900, June 1-13
June 1, 1900-June 13, 1900
5 11
1900, June 14-30
June 14, 1900-June 30, 1900
5 12
1900, July
July 1900
5 13
1900, August
August 1900
5 14
1900, September
September 1900
6 1
1900, October 1-21
October 1, 1900-October 21, 1900
6 2
1900, October 22-29
October 22, 1900-October 29, 1900
6 3
1900, November
November 1900
6 4
1900, December
December 1900
6 5
1901, January 1-14
January 1, 1901-January 14, 1901
6 6
1901, January 16-31
January 16, 1901-January 31, 1901
6 7
1901, February
February 1901
6 8
1901, March 3-14
March 3, 1901-March 14, 1901
6 9
1901, March 16-30
March 16, 1901-March 30, 1901
6 10
1901, April 1-15
April 1, 1901-April 15, 1901
6 11
1901, April 16-30
April 16, 1901-April 30, 1901
6 12
1901, May 1-19
May 1, 1901-May 19, 1901
6 13
1901, May 20-31
May 20, 1901-May 31, 1901
7 1
1901, June
June 1901
7 2
1901, July 1-19
July 1, 1901-July 19, 1901
7 3
1901, July 21-31
July 21, 1901-July 31, 1901
7 4
1901, August
August 1901
7 5
1901, September 1-15
September 1, 1901-September 15, 1901
7 6
1901, September 19-29
September 19, 1901-September 29, 1901
7 7
1901, October
October 1901
7 8
1901, November 2-12
November 2, 1901-November 12, 1901
7 9
1901, November 13-30
November 13, 1901-November 30
7 10
1901, December 1-15
December 1, 1901-December 15
7 11
1901, December 16-30
December 16, 1901-December 30, 1901
7 12
1902, January 1-18
January 1, 1902-January 18, 1902
7 13
1902, January 19-31
January 19, 1902-January 31, 1902
7 14
1902, February
February 1902
8 1
1902, March
March 1902
8 2
1902, April
April 1902
8 3
1902, May 1-18
May 1, 1902-May 18, 1902
8 4
1902, May 20-31
May 20, 1902-May 31, 1902
8 5
1902, June 1-17
June 1, 1902-June 17, 1902
8 6
1902, June 18-30
June 18, 1902-June 30, 1902
8 7
1902, July
July 1902
8 8
1902, August 1-11
August 1, 1902-August 11, 1902
8 9
1902, August 13-31
August 13, 1902-August 31, 1902
8 10
1902, September
September 1902
8 11
1902, October-December
October 1902-December 1902
9 1
1903, January
January 1903
9 2
1903, February
February 1903
9 3
1903, March-April
March 1903-April 1903
9 4
1903, May-June
May 1903-June 1903
9 5
1903, July-September
July 1903-September 1903
9 6
1903, October-December
October 1903-December 1903
9 7
1904, January-February
January 1904-February 1904
9 8
1904, March-May
March 1904-May 1904
9 9
1904, June-July
June 1904-July 1904
9 10
1904, August-December
August 1904-December 1904
9 11
1905, January-February
January 1905-February 1905
9 12
1905, March-June
March 1905-June 1905
9 13
1905, July-September
July 1905-September 1905
9 14
1905, October-December
October 1905-December 1905
10 1
1906, January-February
January 1906-February 1906
10 2
1906, March-May
March 1906-May 1906
10 3
1906, June-July
June 1906-July 1906
10 4
1906, August-September
August 1906-September 1906
10 5
1906, October-December
October 1906-December 1906
10 6
1907, January-March
January 1907-March 1907
10 7
1907, April-September
April 1907-September 1907
10 8
1907, October-December
October 1907-December 1907
10 9
1908, January
January 1908
10 10
1908, February-April
February 1908-April 1908
10 11
1908, May-June
May 1908-June 1908
10 12
1908, August-December
August 1908-December 1908
11 1
1909, January-April
January 1909-April 1909
11 2
1909, May-June
May 1909-June 1909
11 3
1909, July-December
July 1909-December 1909
11 4
1910, January-February
January 1910-February 1910
11 5
1910, March-June
March 1910-June 1910
11 6
1910, July-September
July 1910-September 1910
11 7
1910, October-December
October 1910-December 1910
11 8
1911, January-April
January 1911-April 1911
11 9
1911, May
May 1911
11 10
1911, June-July
June 1911-July 1911
11 11
1911, August
August 1911
11 12
1911, September
September 1911
11 13
1911, October
October 1911
11 14
1911, November
November 1911
12 1
1911, December 1-15
December 1, 1911-December 15, 1911
12 2
1911, December 16-31
December 16, 1911-December 31, 1911
12 3
1912, January
January 1912
12 4
1912, February-March
February 1912-March 1912
12 5
1912, April
April 1912
12 6
1912, May
May 1912
12 7
1912, June
June 1912
12 8
1912, July-August
July 1912-August 1912
12 9
1912, September-December
September 1912-December 1912
12 10
1913, January
January 1913
12 11
1913, February 1-11
February 1, 1913-February 11, 1913
12 12
1913, February 12-28
February 12, 1913-February 28, 1913
12 13
1913, March 1-13
March 1, 1913-March 13, 1913
12 14
1913, March 14-28
March 14, 1913-March 28, 1913
13 1
1913, April 1-12
April 1, 1913-April 12, 1913
13 2
1913, April 15-27
April 15, 1913-April 27, 1913
13 3
1913, May 1-16
May 1, 1913-May 16, 1913
13 4
1913, May 18-31
May 18, 1913-May 31
13 5
1913, June 1-17
June 1, 1913-June 17, 1913
13 6
1913, June 20-30
June 20, 1913-June 30, 1913
13 7
1913, July 5-22
July 5, 1913-July 22, 1913
13 8
1913, July 23-31
July 23, 1913-July 31, 1913
13 9
1913, August 1-11
August 1, 1913-August 11, 1913
13 10
1913, August 12-30
August 12, 1913-August 30, 1913
13 11
1913, September 4-18
September 4, 1913-September 18, 1913
13 12
1913, September 22-30
September 22, 1913-September 30, 1913
13 13
1913, October 1-14
October 1, 1913-October 14 1913
13 14
1913, October 15-31
October 15, 1913-October 31, 1913
13 15
1913, November 1-10
November 1, 1913-November 10, 1913
13 16
1913, November 11-21
November 11, 1913-November 21, 1913
13 17
1913, November 22-30
November 22, 1913-November 30, 1913
14 1
1913, December 1-10
December 1, 1913-December 10, 1913
14 2
1913, December 11-19
December 11, 1913-December 19, 1913
14 3
1913, December 20-30
December 20, 1913-December 30, 1913
14 4
1914, January 1-19
January 1, 1914-January 19, 1914
14 5
1914, January 21-31
January 21, 1914-January 31, 1914
14 6
1914, February 3-16
February 3, 1914-February 16, 1914
14 7
1914, February 17-28
February 17, 1914-February 28, 1914
14 8
1914, March 1-10
March 1, 1914-March 10, 1914
14 9
1914, March 12-18
March 12, 1914-March 18, 1914
14 10
1914, March 19-31
March 19, 1914-March 31, 1914
14 11
1914, April 1-9
April 1, 1914-April 9, 1914
14 12
1914, April 12-18
April 12, 1914-April 18, 1914
14 13
1914, April 20-30
April 20, 1914-April 30, 1914
14 14
1914, May 1-13
May 1, 1914-May 13, 1914
14 15
1914, May 16-30
May 16, 1914-May 30, 1914
14 16
1914, June 1-16
June 1, 1914-June 16, 1914
14 17
1914, June 17-30
June 17, 1914-June 30, 1914
15 1
1914, July 1-16
July 1, 1914-July 16, 1914
15 2
1914, July 17-30
July 17, 1914-July 30, 1914
15 3
1914, August 2-12
August 2, 1914-August 12, 1914
15 4
1914, August 13-29
August 13, 1914-August 29, 1914
15 5
1914, September
September 1914
15 6
1914, October
October 1914
15 7
1914, November
November 1914
15 8
1914, December
December 1914
15 9
1915, January-February
January 1915- February 1915
15 10
1915, March - April
March 1915-April 1915
15 11
1915, May-June
May 1915-June 1915
15 12
1915, July - August
July 1915-August 1915
15 13
1915, September-October
September 1915-October 1915
15 14
1915, November-December
November 1915-December 1915
15 15
1916, January-March
January 1916-March 1916
15 16
1916, April-September
April 1916-September 1916
15 17
1916, October-December
October 1916-December 1916
16 1
1917, January - November
January 1917- November 1917
16 2
1918, January-July
January 1918-July 1918
16 3
1918, August-December
August 1918-December 1918
16 4
1919, January-May
January 1919-May 1919
16 5
1919, June-December
June 1919-December 1919
16 6
1920, January-April
January 1920-April 1920
16 7
1920, May
May 1920
16 8
1920, June-August
June 1920-August 1920
16 9
1920, September-December
September 1920-December 1920
16 10
1921, January
January 1921
16 11
1921, February-March
February 1921-March 1921
16 12
1921, April-July
April 1921-July 1921
16 13
1921, August-December
August 1921-December 1921
16 14
1922, January-March
January 1922-March 1922
16 15
1922, April-May
April 1922-May 1922
16 16
1922, June
June 1922
17 1
1922, July-August
July 1922-August 1922
17 2
1922, September
September 1922
17 3
1922, October-December
October 1922-December 1922
17 4
1923, January-February
January 1923-February 1923
17 5
1923, March-June
March 1923-June 1923
17 6
1923, July
July 1923
17 7
1923, August-September
August 1923-September 1923
17 8
1923, October
October 1923
17 9
1923, November-December
November 1923-December 1923
17 10
1924, January-February
January 1924-February 1924
17 11
1924, March-May
March 1924-May 1924
17 12
1924, June-July
June 1924-July 1924
17 13
1924, August-September
August 1924-September 1924
17 14
1924, October-November
October 1924-November 1924
17 15
1925, January-May
January 1925-May 1925
17 16
1925, June-August
June 1925-August 1925
17 17
1925, September-November
September 1925-November 1925
17 18
1925, December
December 1925
18 1
1926, January-February
January 1926-February 1926
18 2
1926, March-May
March 1926-May 1926
18 3
1926, June 7-15
June 7, 1926-June 15, 1926
18 4
1926, June 16-29
June 16, 1926, June 29, 1926
18 5
1926, July 1-14
July 1, 1926-July 14, 1926
18 6
1926, July 15-28
July 15, 1926-July 28, 1926
18 7
1926, August
August 1926
18 8
1926, September-October
September 1926-October 1926
18 9
1926, November-December
November 1926-December 1926
18 10
1927, January-March
January 1927-March 1927
18 11
1927, April-May
April 1927-May 1927
18 12
1927, June-August
June 1927-August 1927
18 13
1927, September-October
September 1927-October 1927
18 14
1927, November-December
November 1927-December 1927
18 15
1928, January-February
January 1928-February 1928
18 16
1928, March
March 1928
18 17
1928, April-May
April 1928-May 1928
18 18
1928, June-July
June 1928-July 1928
18 19
1928, August-September
August 1928-September 1928
18 20
1928, October-November
October 1928-November 1928
18 21
1928, December
December 1928
19 1
1929, January-February
January 1929-February 1929
19 2
1929, March-April
March 1929-April 1929
19 3
1929, May-June
May 1929-June 1929
19 4
1929, July-December
July 1929-December 1929
19 5
1930, January-April
January 1930-April 1930
19 6
1930, May-July
May 1930-July 1930
19 7
1930, August-December
August 1930-December 1930
19 8
1931, January-June
January 1931-June 1931
19 9
1931, July-September
July 1931-September 1931
19 10
1931, October-December
October 1931-December 1931
19 11
1932, January-April
January 1932-April 1932
19 12
1932, May-June
May 1932-June 1932
19 13
1932, July
July 1932
19 14
1932, August-September
August 1932-September 1932
19 15
1932, October-November
October 1932-November 1932
19 16
1932, December
December 1932
19 17
1933, January
January 1933
19 18
1933, March-April
March 1933-April 1933
19 19
1933, May-June
May 1933-June 1933
20 1
1933, July-August
July 1933-August 1933
20 2
1933, September-October
September 1933-October 1933
20 3
1933, November-December
November 1933-December 1933
20 4
1934, January 5-13
January 5, 1934-January 13, 1934
20 5
1934, January 14-22
January 14, 1934-January 22, 1934
20 6
1934, January 23-31
January 23, 1934-January 31, 1934
20 7
1934, February 1-12
February 1, 1934-February 12, 1934
20 8
1934, February 13-22
February 13, 1934-February 22, 1934
20 9
1934, February 23-27
February 23, 1934-February 27, 1934
20 10
1934, March 1-8
March 1, 1934-March 8, 1934
20 11
1934, March 9-18
March 9, 1934-March 18, 1934
20 12
1934, March 19-31
March 19, 1934-March 31, 1934
20 13
1934, April 1-15
April 1, 1934-April 15, 1934
20 14
1934, April 16-23
April 16, 1934-April 23, 1934
20 15
1934, April 24-31
April 24, 1934-April 31, 1934
20 16
1934, May 1-18
May 1, 1934-May 18, 1934
20 17
1934, May 20-31
May 20, 1934-May 31, 1934
21 1
1934, June 1-13
June 1, 1934-June 13, 1934
21 2
1934, June 14-29
June 14, 1934-June 29, 1934
21 3
1934, July 1-15
July 1, 1934-July 15, 1934
21 4
1934, July 16-31
July 16, 1934-July 31, 1934
21 5
1934, August 2-14
August 2, 1934-August 14, 1934
21 6
1934, August 16-30
August 16, 1934-August 30, 1934
21 7
1934, September
September 1934
21 8
1934, October 1-16
October 1, 1934-October 16, 1934
21 9
1934, October 17-30
October 17, 1934-October 30, 1934
21 10
1934, November
November 1934
21 11
1934, December
December 1934
21 12
1935, January
January 1935
21 13
1935, February
February 1935
21 14
1935, March-April
March 1935-April 1935
21 15
1935, May-August
May 1935-August 1935
21 16
1935, September-October
September 1935-October 1935
21 17
1935, November-December
November 1935-December 1935
21 18
1936, January
January 1936
21 19
1936, February-April
February 1936-April 1936
21 20
1936, May-June
May 1936-June 1936
22 1
1936, July-August
July 1936-August 1936
22 2
1936, September-October
September 1936-October 1936
22 3
1936, November-December
November 1936-December 1936
22 4
1937, January-February
January 1937-February 1937
22 5
1937, March
March 1937
22 6
1937, April
April 1937
22 7
1937, May-June
May 1937-June 1937
22 8
1937, July-October
July 1937-October 1937
22 9
1937, November-December
November 1937-December 1937
22 10
1938, January
January 1938
22 11
1938, February
February 1938
22 12
1938, March-May
March 1938-May 1938
22 13
1938, June-August
June 1938-August 1938
22 14
1938, September
September 1938
22 15
1938, October
October 1938
22 16
1938, November
November 1938
22 17
1938, December
December 1938
22 18
1939, January
January 1939
22 19
1939, February
February 1939
22 20
1939, March
March 1939
22 21
1939, April
April 1939
23 1
1939, May-June
May 1939-June 1939
23 2
1939, July-August
July 1939-August 1939
23 3
1939, September 6-18
September 6, 1939-September 18, 1939
23 4
1939, September 19-28
September 19, 1939-September 28, 1939
23 5
1939, October-December
October 1939-December 1939
23 6
1940, January-February
January 1940-February 1940
23 7
1940, March-April
March 1940-April 1940
23 8
1940, May-June
May 1940-June 1940
23 9
1940, July-August
July 1940-August 1940
23 10
1940, September
September 1940
23 11
1940, October
October 1940
23 12
1940, November-December
November 1940-December 1940
23 13
1941, January-March
January 1941-March 1941
23 14
1941, April-June
April 1941-June 1941
23 15
1941, July
July 1941
23 16
1941, August-September
August 1941-September 1941
23 17
1941, October
October 1941
23 18
1941, November-December
November 1941-December 1941
23 19
1942, January-March
January 1942-March 1942
23 20
1942, April
April 1942
23 21
1942, May-July
May 1942-July 1942
24 1
1942, August-October
August 1942-October 1942
24 2
1942, November-December
November 1942-December 1942
24 3
1943, January-March
January 1943-March 1943
24 4
1943, April-May
April 1943-May 1943
24 5
1943, June-August
June 1943-August 1943
24 6
1943, September
September 1943
24 7
1943, October
October 1943
24 8
1943, November
November 1943
24 9
1943, December
December 1943
24 10
1944, January
January 1944
24 11
1944, February
February 1944
24 12
1944, March 3-15
March 3, 1944-March 15, 1944
24 13
1944, March 17-31
March 17, 1944-March 31, 1944
24 14
1944, April
April 1944
24 15
1944, May
May 1944
24 16
1944, June-July
June 1944-July 1944
24 17
1944, August
August 1944
24 18
1944, September-October
September 1944-October 1944
24 19
1944, November-December
November 1944-December 1944
24 20
1945, January-April
January 1945-April 1945
24 21
1945, May-August
May 1945-August 1945
24 22
1945, September-October
September 1945-October 1945
24 23
1945, November-December
November 1945-December 1945
25 1
1946, January-February
January 1946-February 1946
25 2
1946, March
March 1946
25 3
1946, April
April 1946
25 4
1946, May
May 1946
25 5
1946, June
June 1946
25 6
1946, July-September
July 1946-September 1946
25 7
1946, October
October 1946
25 8
1946, November-December
November 1946-December 1946
25 9
1947, January-February
January 1947-February 1947
25 10
1947, March-April
March 1947-April 1947
25 11
1947, May-June
May 1947-June 1947
25 12
1947, July-1948
July 1947-1948
25 13
Undated and fragmentary correspondence
25 14
Undated and fragmentary correspondence
25 15
Undated and fragmentary correspondence
25 16
Undated and fragmentary correspondence
25 17
Undated and fragmentary correspondence
25 18
Undated and fragmentary correspondence

Series III:  Letters to Florence SheldonReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
25 19
1926, March-December
March 1926-December 1926
25 20
1927, January-August
January 1927-August 1927
25 21
1928, February-May
February 1928-May 1928
26 1
1928, June-December
June 1928-December 1928
26 2
1929
1929
26 3
1930, February-December
February 1930-December 1930
26 4
1931
1931
26 5
1932-1933
1932-1933
26 6
1934, November-December
November 1934-December 1934
26 7
1935, January-February
January 1935-February 1935
26 8
1935, March-December
March 1935-December 1935
26 9
1936-1937
1936-1937
26 10
1938
1938
26 11
1939
1939
26 12
Undated
26 13
Undated

Series IV:  ManuscriptsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
26 14
American Indian Policy-First Draft
26 15
American Indian Policy-First Draft
26 16
American Indian Policy-First Draft
26 17
American Indian Policy-First Draft
27 1
American Indian Policy- Final version
27 2
[Autobiography]
27 3
[Autobiography]
27 4
[Autobiography]
27 5
[Autobiography]
27 6
[Autobiography]
27 7
Biography of Granville Stanley Hall
27 8
Characteristics of Colonial Cultures
27 9
Education in American State Constitutions (Master's Thesis)
28 1
Educational Associations in England
28 2
High School and College Societies and Morality - Draft
28 3
High School and College Societies and Morality - Final copy
28 4
History of American Education
28 5
History of American Education
28 6
History of American Education
28 7
History of American Education
28 8
History of American Education
28 9
History of American Education
28 10
History of American Education
28 11
History of Education in Oregon; Pioneer period, drafts
28 12
History of Education in Oregon; Pioneer period, drafts
28 13
History of Education in Oregon; Pioneer period, drafts
28 14
History of Education in Oregon; Pioneer period, drafts
29 1
History of Education in Oregon; Early state system, draft
29 2
History of Education in Oregon; Early state system, draft
29 3
History of Education in Oregon; Early Oregon colleges, draft
29 4
History of Education in Oregon; Early Oregon colleges, draft
29 5
History of Education in Oregon; Early education in Eastern Oregon, draft
29 6
History of University of Oregon; Draft
29 7
History of University of Oregon; Draft
29 8
History of University of Oregon; Draft
29 9
History of University of Oregon; Revised draft
30 1
History of University of Oregon; Revised draft
30 2
History of University of Oregon; Revised draft
30 3
History of University of Oregon; Revised draft
30 4
History of University of Oregon; Final version
30 5
History of University of Oregon; Final version
30 6
History of University of Oregon; Final version
30 7
History of University of Oregon; Final version
30 8
History of University of Oregon; Final version
30 9
History of University of Oregon Library
30 10
Studies in Comparative Education

Series V:  Research MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
31
History of Education in Oregon
32
History of Education in Oregon
33
History of Education in Oregon
34
History of Education in Oregon
35
History of Education in Oregon
36
History of Education in Oregon
37
History of Education in Oregon
38
History of Education in Oregon
39
History of Education in Oregon
40
History of Education in Oregon
41
History of Education in Oregon
42
History of Education in Oregon
Folder
43 1
History of Education in Oregon
43 2
History of Education in Oregon
43 3
History of Education in Oregon
43 4
History of Education in Oregon
43 5
[History of] Liberalism
44
[History of] Liberalism
45
[History of] Liberalism
46
[History of] Liberalism
47
[History of] Liberalism
Folder
48 1
[History of] Liberalism
48 2
[History of] Liberalism
48 3
[History of] Liberalism
48 4
[History of] Liberalism
48 5
[History of] Liberalism
48 6
Miscellaneous notes
48 7
Miscellaneous notes
48 8
Miscellaneous notes
48 9
Miscellaneous notes
48 10
Miscellaneous notes
48 11
Newspaper clippings, 1933 (re Oregon higher education)
1933
48 12
Early school notes and essays
49 1
Early school notes and essays
49 2
Early school notes and essays
49 3
Early school notes and essays
49 4
Early school notes and essays
49 5
Early school notes and essays
49 6
Early school notes and essays
49 7
Student papers
50 1
Student papers
50 2
Student papers
50 3
Student papers
50 4
Student papers
50 5
Scrapbook

Series VI:  Photographs (PH164), 1890-1948Return to Top

Abstract: The series comrpises 7 photographs of four different people. All were included in a letter dated May 11, 1936, HDS, Jr. Birmingham Ala.

0.25 linear feet
Sheldon, Henry Davidson, 1874-1948
Container(s) Description Dates
Box
1
PH164_1: untitled
1.0 photographic print
3.5 x 2.5 inches
Two men and a woman standing in front of window of brick building
circa May 11, 1936
PH164_2: untitled
1.0 photographic print
3.5 x 2.5 inches
Man sitting on wood and rope swing hanging from tree, woman in checkered dress standing beside him, brick building in the background
circa May 11, 1936
PH164_3: untitled
1.0 photographic print
3.5 x 2.5 inches
Man in light colored suit standing in front of bush with hand folded across his front
circa May 11, 1936
PH164_4: untitled
1.0 photographic print
3.5 x 2.5 inches
Two men and woman standing in arched doorway
circa May 11, 1936
PH164_5: untitled
1.0 photographic print
3.5 x 2.5 inches
Two women and man standing in front of window of brick building
circa May 11, 1936
PH164_6: untitled
1.0 photographic print
3.5 x 2.5 inches
Man in light colored suit standing in open doorway, glass paneled door
circa May 11, 1936
PH164_7: untitled
1.0 photographic print
3.5 x 2.5 inches
Man and woman standing behind small tree, brick building wall behind them, woman is holding a flower
circa May 11, 1936

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Education: Oregon: History
  • Liberalism: History
  • Personal Names :
  • Sheldon, Henry Davidson
  • Corporate Names :
  • Clark University (Worcester, Mass.): History
  • Stanford University--History
  • University of Oregon: Faculty
  • University of Oregon: History
  • Geographical Names :
  • Oregon
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Architectural drawings
  • Photographs