WILEY, BELL IRVIN, 1906-1980.
Bell Irvin Wiley papers
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Subseries 5.2
Teaching at institutions other than Emory University, 1928-1977
Boxes 154-163

Harmsworth Professor in American History at Oxford University (Queen's College), 1965-1966
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154 1 Correspondence, January-May 1965
154 2 Correspondence, June 1965 - 1966, no date
154 3 Clippings announcing award, 1965
154 4 Lease of house in Atlanta, 1965
154 5 Contract for flat, 1965-1966
154 6 Travel information
154 7 Fulbright Scholars
154 8 Inaugural lecture: Correspondence, 1965-1966
154 9 Inaugural lecture: "Lincoln and Lee", January 19, 1966
154 10 Lecture: Slavery and secession, 1850-1862, syllabi
154 11 Lecture: Slavery and secession, 1850-1862, lecture notes: Compromise of 1850
154 12 Lecture: Slavery and secession, 1850-1862, lecture notes: Portent of war: The troubles in Kansas
154 13 Lecture: Slavery and secession, 1850-1862, lecture notes: John Brown's raid
154 14 Lecture: Slavery and secession, 1850-1862, lecture notes: Uncle Tom's Cabin
154 15 Lecture: Slavery and secession, 1850-1862, lecture notes: Miscellaneous notes
154 16 Lecture: Slavery and secession, 1850-1862, books needed
154 17 Return to United States, correspondence and receipts, August 4-9, 1966
154 18 Return to United States, travel and expense information, 1966
154 19 Other materials, miscellaneous collected notes and printed information
Agnes Scott College: Historian in Residence, 1975-1977
154 1 Correspondence, 1974-1977
154 2 History 324: The Civil War: exams, 1976
154 3 History 324: The Civil War: instructions for outside reading, no date
University of Alaska, 1965 Summer
155 4 Correspondence, 1964-1965
155 5 Summer sessions bulletin and campus maps
155 6 Summer Institute
155 7 Books mailed
155 8 Miscellaneous personal notes
155 9 History 435: Civil War and Reconstruction: Lesson 1, Aspects of Southern life, 1865-1880
155 10 History 435: Civil War and Reconstruction: Lesson 2, Reconstruction: The problem and proposed solutions
155 11 History 435: Civil War and Reconstruction, Lesson 3: Ascendancy of the Radicals
155 12 History 435: Civil War and Reconstruction, Lesson 4: The Radical program
155 13 History 435: Civil War and Reconstruction, Lecture notes: Lesson 5: The impeachment of Andrew Johnson
155 14 History 435: Civil War and Reconstruction, miscellaneous
155 15 History 435: Civil War and Reconstruction, list of attendees
155 16 History 692: Seminar in American History, exams
Asbury College: Assistant Professor of History and Debate, 1928-1931?
155 17 Lecture notes: Parliamentary Law
University of Colorado, 1964 Summer
155 18 Correspondence, 1964
155 19 Faculty seminars A-F, H-L: Faculty participant lists
155 20 Collected source material, 1962, 1964, no date
155 21 Miscellaneous personal notes
155 22 History 453: The Civil War, notes on course
155 23 History 453: The Civil War, reading list
155 24 History 453: The Civil War, exam
155 25 History 469: History of the South, reading list
155 26 History 469: History of the South, exams
University of Hawaii, 1967 Summer
155 27 Correspondence, 1965-1966
155 28 Correspondence, 1967
155 29 Book lists
155 30 Miscellaneous personal notes
University of Kentucky: Visiting Professor, 1977 Fall
155 31 Correspondence, 1976-1977
155 32 Clippings about Bell Wiley
155 33 History 567: The Civil War, otes
155 34 History 567: The Civil War, instructions for outside reading
155 35 History 567: The Civil War, handout: Army organization
155 36 History 700: The American South, 1800-1865, prospectus
Korea: Fulbright Appointee: Lecturer in American History, 1974 April 1-May 31
156 1 Syllabi
156 2 Lecture notes, Lesson 1: Slavery-legal and economic aspects
156 3 Lecture notes, Lesson 2: Slave life
156 4 Lecture notes, Lesson 3: Antebellum southern social system
156 5 Lecture notes, Lesson 4: Education in Antebellum South
156 6 Lecture notes, Lesson 5: Antebellum southern literature
156 7 Lecture notes, Lesson 6: Secession and the outbreak of hostilities (part 1)
156 8 Lecture notes, Lesson 6: A profile of the Civil War (part 2)
156 9 Lecture notes, Lesson 7: Confederate leaders and some of their problems
156 10 Lecture notes, Lesson 8: Southerners who fought the War: Confederate soldiers and their generals
156 11 Lecture notes, Lesson 9: Southern Negroes during the Civil War
156 12 Lecture notes, Lesson 10: Why the South lost the War
156 13 Lecture notes, Lesson 11: The recent South: The country and its people
156 14 Lecture notes, Lesson 12: The recent South: Economic trends
156 15 Lecture notes, Lesson 13: The recent South: Political and cultural trends
156 16 Lecture notes, Lesson 14: The recent South: Social and racial trends
156 17 Lecture notes, notes on additions to lectures
Kyoto Summer Seminar in American Studies, 1970 Summer
157 1 Correspondence, 1970
157 2 Fulbright-Hays Grant: Terms and conditions
157 3 Grant authorization and vouchers
157 4 Itineraries
157 5 Brochures and programs
157 6 Seminar roster
157 7 Outlines for lectures
157 8 Lecture notes
157 9 Book list: Selected books on slavery
157 10 Forum participants, July 22,1970: Photograph
157 11 Certificate of appreciation, July 31,1970
157 12 Press release, August 6,1970
157 13 Memorabilia: business card, stationery
157 14 Scrapbook [photocopied]
Louisiana State University: Professor and Head of the History Department, 1946-1949
157 15 History 55: The United States from the Colonial Period to 1860, syllabi
157 16 History 56: History of the United States from 1860-Present, syllabi
157 17 History 63: [?], bibliography
157 18 History 131: History of the South, syllabi
157 19 History 131: History of the South, outlines
157 20 History 131: History of the South, reading lists
157 21 History 132: History of the South, outlines
157 22 History 135: [Civil War], lecture notes
157 23 History 135: [Civil War], [lecture notes ?]
157 24 History 135: [Civil War], book list
157 25 History 135: [Civil War], exams
157 26 History 222:
157 27 Masters and Doctoral candidates, preliminary and qualifying examinations
157 28 Clippings, Bell Wiley's appointment
University of Mississippi, 1933-1946 (on military leave from March 1943 – August 1946)
158 1 History 2b: [Civil War?], lecture notes
158 2 History 17d: [American History?], lecture notes
158 3 History 20d:
158 4 History 20d:
Mississippi Southern University: Professor of History and Head of the History Department, 1934-1938
158 5 History 27: [Reformation?], lecture notes
158 6 History 27: [Reformation?], lecture notes
158 7 History 27: [Reformation?], lecture notes
158 8 History 27: [Reformation?], quizzes
158 9 History 28: [European History?]
158 10 History 28: [European History?], lecture notes
158 11 History 28: [European History?], lecture notes
158 12 History 28: [European History?], lecture notes
158 13 History 28: [European History?], quizzes
158 14 History 28: [European History?], report topics
158 15 History 125: [Teaching History?], lecture notes
158 16 History 125: [Teaching History?], reading lists
158 17 History 125: [Teaching History?], exams
158 18 History 125: [Teaching History?], report and project topics
Mississippi Southern University
159 1 History 142: [American History], lecture notes
159 2 History 142: [American History], lecture notes
159 3 History 142: [American History], reading lists and reserve books
159 4 History 142: [American History], report topics
159 5 History 144: [New Deal?], lecture notes
159 6 History 144: [New Deal?], quizzes
159 7 History 144: [New Deal?], report topics
159 8 History 174: [English History?], lecture notes
159 9 History 174: [English History?], lecture notes
159 10 History 174: [English History?], lecture notes
159 11 History 174: [English History?], quizzes
159 12 History 174: [English History?], report topics
159 13 History 175: [English History?], lecture notes
159 14 History 175: [English History?], quizzes
159 15 History 176: [Reformation?], lecture notes
159 16 History 176: [Reformation?], quizzes
159 17 History 176: [Reformation?], report topics
159 18 History 177: [European History?], lecture notes
159 19 History 177: [European History?], lecture notes
159 20 History 177: [European History?], quizzes
159 21 History 177: [European History?], report topics
159 22 History 177: [European History?], collected source material
Peabody College: 1935-1938 Summers
160 1 History 251: English History, 1525-1820, lecture notes
160 2 History 251: English History, 1525-1820, reading lists
160 3 History 251: English History, 1525-1820, quizzes
160 4 History 251: English History, 1525-1820, report topics and accompanying bibliographies
160 5 History 252: [English History?], lecture notes
160 6 History 252: [English History?], quizzes
160 7 History 252: [English History?], report topics and accompanying bibliographies
160 8 History 370: [Renaissance and Reformation?], lecture notes
160 9 History 370: [Renaissance and Reformation?], lecture notes
160 10 History 370: [Renaissance and Reformation?], quiz
160 11 History 370: [Renaissance and Reformation?], report topics
160 12 History 538: [French Revolution and Napolean?], lecture notes
160 13 History 538: [French Revolution and Napolean?], lecture notes
160 14 History 538: [French Revolution and Napolean?], lecture notes
160 15 History 538: [French Revolution and Napolean?], quizzes
160 16 History 538: [French Revolution and Napolean?], report topics
160 17 History 590:
160 18 [No course designation?], lecture notes
University of South Carolina: Visiting Professor of History, 1974 Fall
161 1 Faculty roster
161 2 History 613-1: [The Civil War?], exams
Tulane University: Mellon Visiting Professor in the Humanities, 1975 Fall
161 3 Correspondence, 1975
161 4 History 693: The American Civil War, course description and leaflet
161 5 History 693: The American Civil War, lecture notes
161 6 History 693: The American Civil War, exams and quizzes
161 7 History 693: The American Civil War, handouts
161 8 History 693: The American Civil War, special assignment
161 9 History 693: The American Civil War, photograph of class
161 10 History 693: The American Civil War, personal notes
161 11 History 693: The American Civil War, collected source material
No Institution or Course Designation
162 1 Night class outline, 1957
162 2 Lecture notes: The Civil War, The younger colonies
162 3 Lecture notes: The Civil War, History of the Old South
162 4 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Compromise of 1850
162 5 Lecture notes: The Civil War, The great compromise
162 6 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Portent of war-the troubles in Kansas
162 7 Lecture notes: The Civil War, The irrepressible conflict
162 8 Lecture notes: The Civil War, John Brown's raid
162 9 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Uncle Tom's Cabin
162 10 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Young American, 1854-1858
162 11 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Inauguration of Lincoln and the outbreak of war
162 12 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Secession
162 13 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Secession and the outbreak of hostilites
162 14 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Early campaigns
162 15 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Lincoln and the appeal to arms
162 16 Lecture notes: The Civil War, The Confederate government and some of its problems
162 17 Lecture notes: The Civil War, The plight of the upper South
162 18 Lecture notes: The Civil War, The campaigns-earlier phases
162 19 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Pennisula, Second Manassas, Antietam, Virginia front, Great Border, Fredericksburg
162 20 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Changing cabinet
162 21 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Vicksburg
162 22 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Gettysburg
162 23 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Aspects of northern life during the war
162 24 Lecture notes: The Civil War, The American question abroad
162 25 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Sherman's march through Georgia and the Carolinas, 1864- 1865
162 26 Lecture notes: The Civil War, The Union soldier
162 27 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Army administration
162 28 Lecture notes: The Civil War, The Confederate soldier
162 29 Lecture notes: The Civil War, Miscellaneous
163 1 Instructional aids, selected bibliography on the Civil War
163 2 Instructional aids, partial bibliography for proposed special topic
163 3 Instructional aids, lists of primary and secondary sources
163 4 Handouts, slavery
163 5 Handouts, distribution of slaves
163 6 Handouts, map: Slave coast-West Africa
163 7 Handouts, United States census, 1960, 1970 showing white and Negro populations in southern states
163 8 Handouts, state governors listing, 1857-1864
163 9 Handouts, Confederate cabinet membership, Civil War Congressional sessions
163 10 Handouts, maps: Sherman's march to the sea
163 11 Handouts, Compilation of service deaths in American wars
163 12 Collected source material, clippings and printed material, 1951, 1953, 1959, 1962, 1965, 1967, no date
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