Series 1
Personal and family papers, 1865-1942
Box 1, OP1

Scope and Content Note

This series contains certificates, documents and printed material concerning Harvey Warren Cox and his family. The earliest materials are papers relating to Christopher Columbus Cox's Civil War service and to the family of Daisy Esther Frisbie Cox. Other materials tell something of Cox's life prior to his coming to Emory and of his private life outside of his duties as president and chancellor of the University. Such items include an article by Cox (1902), his Harvard Ph.D. thesis (1911), and various certificates. Materials in this series are arranged in chronological order.

Box Folder Content
1 1 Cox family papers, 1865-1906, 1955
1 2 Article: "The Crowd Mind," 1902
1 3 Ph.D. thesis: "The Rise of the Motor Theory of Consciousness," Harvard University, 1911
1 4 Press release, 1910; correspondence 1918
1 5 Deacon's certificate, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1925
1 6 Ecumenical Methodist Conference program, 1931
1 7 Kiwanis certificate, 1934; Freemason's certificate, 1939
1 8 Legal agreement for water service, 1942
OP1 1 Degrees and educational certificates (12), 1896-1930