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Book reviews
Reviews which have appeared in the Wisconsin Magazine of History, English Historical Review, Mississippi Valley Historical Review, New England Quarterly, The Journal of Modern History, American Historical Review

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Book reviews
Reviews which have appeared in the Journal of Southern History, The New England Quarterly, Pennsylvania Magazine of History of Biography, Mississippi Historical Review, Annals of the American Academy, Journal of Economic History, William and Mary Quarterly, Political Science Quarterly, English Historical Review

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Book reviews
Reviews which have appeared in The Chicago Tribune and The Chicago Tribune Magazine of Books; Annals of the American Academy, Pennsylvania History, American Historical Review, Journal of Political Economy, Saturday Review Magazine, New York Times Book Review, New England Quarterly, New York History, The Historian, Presidential Studies Quarterly

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Various book reviews
Some of Professor Nettel's writings are reviewed, for example: The Money Supply of the American Colonies before 1720, The Roots of American Civilization, and George Washington and American Independence. The reviews were published in newspapers, magazines and professional journals across the United States, Canada and England

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Printed copies of historical writings by Professor Nettels
1924, 1947-1953, 1960, 1962, 1965

Two xerox copies and one typescript copy of the Ithaca Journal's 150 year Anniversary section, May 22, 1965. The newspaper includes the article "Pioneer Conditions Prevailed in 1815." Two printed copies of "The English Colonies in America, 1607-1763;" one typescript letter dated Sept. 19, 1947, and several published reviews

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Correspondence
Correspondence is of a poltical nature to and from senators, congressmen, and govenors. Some examples are: Robert Dole, Sam J. Ervin, Gerald R. Ford, William Loeb, George McGovern, Margaret Chase Smith, John Tunny

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Articles pertaining to political controversy and thought wirtten by Porfessor Nettels
Letters written to the New York Times, Manchester New Hampshire Union Leader, and the Ithaca Journal. Many of these newspaper clippings are related to letters in folder six

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Foreign Banks and Government Debts
Correspondence, letters to newspapers and printed reports re the issue of foreign ownership of portions of United States banks

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Correspondence, newspaper clippings, congressional voting lists re Panama Canal Treaties
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Articles and letters written to various newspapers around the country
The topics deal with United States isolationism, Kansas populism, foreign aid, the Marshall Plan, and the North Atlantic Pact

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Correspondence and articles re the Taiwan Treaty
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Letters to editors of various newspapers
Letters mainly to the New York Times and the Ithaca Journal, and also to professional journals re former and current United States presidents, presidential power, impeachment, Richard Nixon, the United States Constitution, and Ronald Reagan's candidcay and election

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Press conference of New York's Gov. Nelson Rockefeller on Mar. 4, 1969
Also, a bill to deal with college campus disorders, which was made into state law. Act of Apr. 21, 1969

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A - Correspondence with other historians (people actively involved in the field), colleagues, publishers
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B - Correspondence with historians, colleagues, publishers, and others
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C - Correspondence
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D - Correspondence
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E - Correspondence
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F - Correspondence
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G - Correspondence
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H - Correspondence
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I - Letter
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J - Correspondence
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K - Correspondence
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L - Correspondence
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Mc - Correspondence
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Me - Correspondence
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Mi - Correspondence
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N - Correspondence
Articles and letters which have appeared in The Nation, The New Republic, The New York Times

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O - Letters
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P - Correspondence, articles
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Q - Letters
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R - Correspondence
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Sa - Correspondence
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Sm - Correspondence
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T - Letters
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V - One copy of a letter and monograph: Benjamin Franklin by Alexander Vianu
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W - Correspondence, journal articles
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Z- Letter
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Three repreints of published articles:
1. "A Link in the Chain of Events Leading to American Independence," from the William and Mary Quarterly, Jan. 1946

2. "The American Doctrine of Containment." 1980 (2 copies)

3. The Origins of the Union and of the States. Separate from the Proceedings of the Massachusettes Historical Society. Vol. 72, (1957-1960)

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Twenty-six letters from Curtis Nettels to Van Wyck Brooks, the American author, critic, and translator
The letters deal mainly with American writers and American literature, some political issues and also discussion of Mr. Brook's books. Some examples of his well known books are: The Wine of the Puritans, 1909; America's Coming of Age, 1915; The Ordeal of Mark Twain, 1920; The Pilgrimage of Henry James, 1925; The Life of Emerson, 1932; The Flowering of New England, 1936; New England: Indian Summer, 1940; The World of Washington Irving, 1944; The Confident Years, 1952; The Writer in America, 1953; Helen Keller, Sketch for a Portrait, 1956; Days of the Phoenix, 1957

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Letters
This folder contains seven photocopies of letters from Van Wyck Brooks to Mr. Nettels. Also, one photocopy of a newspaper clipping written by Curtis Nettels re Van Wyck Brooks

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One seventy-two page typescript manuscript: "Boyhood Days in a Prarie Town, Memories of Life in Topeka, Kansas, 1905-1917," by Curtis Nettels (2 copies)
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Students of Curtis Nettels listed in Who's Who in America
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"A Bibliography of Works on American History Published before 1966" (598 works are listed). Presented by Curtis Nettels. Privately printed


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"The Doctrine of Containment," by Curtis P. Nettels. Introductory note and article. 9 pages
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Apr. 1941-Sept. 30, 1947
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Nov. 1947-Dec. 31, 1947
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Jan. 1948-Oct. 31, 1948
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Nov. 1948-Apr. 30, 1949
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May 1949-Dec. 31, 1949
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Jan. 1950-1973
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Jan. 1950-1973