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Series XII: Harold Wechsler, 1963-1969

Series XII contains lecture notes taken by Harold Wechsler (Columbia College, A.B. 1964; GSAS, M.A.1969, Ph.D. 1974) when he was an undergraduate and graduate student in history. Classes were taken with such notable professors as James Shenton, Walter Metzger, Richard Morris, Robert K. Merton, Frank Tannenbaum, and Jacques Barzun. Multiple classes are often found in one notebook and sometimes class notes are continued in a subsequent notebook. If multiple class notes are found in a notebook, flags have been placed within the notebook to delineate where notes for a particular class begin.

Contemporary Civilization C1101x – C1102y: Development of Western Institutions and Social Ideas, 1963-1964

Box 8
Folder 1

(course taught by Robert Dullete)

Anthropology C1201y: Human and Cultural Evolution,1965 Spring
Box 8
Folder 1

(course taught by Robert Stegler)

Math C1001x – C1002y: Intro to the Basic Concepts of Math,1963-1964
Box 8
Folder 2

(course taught by Serge Lang)

Physics C1006y: General Physics I: Mechanics and Heat,1964 Spring
Box 8
Folder 3

(course taught by Jack Sternberger)

Government C1201x – C1202y: Democracy and Dictatorship in the 20th Century,1964-1965
Box 8
Folder 4

(course taught by Joseph Rothschild)

Humanities C1121x: Readings in European and American Literature and Philosophy of the 19th and 20th Centuries,1964 Fall
Box 8
Folder 5

(course taught by W. David Noakes)

Government C1201x – C1202y “Democracy and Dictatorship in the 20th Century,1965
Box 8
Folder 5

(notes continued; course taught by Joseph Rothschild)

Government 10 (Barnard): American State and Municipal Politics,1965
Box 8
Folder 6

(course taught by Demetrois Caraley)

History C3121x: The U.S. in the 19th Century: 1789 – 1900,1964 Fall
Box 8
Folder 7

(course taught by James Shenton)

History C3122y: The U.S. in the 19th Century: 1789 – 1900,1965 Spring
Box 8
Folder 8

(course taught by James Shenton)

History C3133x – C3134y: The United States in the 20th Century,1965-1966

Box 9
Folder 1

(notebook 1 of 3; course taught by Walter Metzger)

History G6661x – G6662y: Colonial America 1607 – 1763,1965 Fall
Box 9
Folder 2

(course taught by Richard Morris)

English C3007y: English Speech and Pronunciation,1966 Spring
Box 9
Folder 2

(course taught by Ronald Baken)

Science and Society 3001y: Philosophical and Social Implications of 20th Century Physics,1966 Spring
Box 9
Folder 2

(course taught by I.I. Rabi)

History C3134y: The United States in the 20th Century,1966 Spring
Box 9
Folder 2

(notebook 3 of 3; course taught by Walter Metzger)

History C3134y: The United States in the 20th Century,1966 Spring
Box 9
Folder 3

(notebook 2 of 3; course taught by Walter Metzger)

History C4882y: Russia through Foreign Eyes,1966 Spring
Box 9
Folder 4

(course taught by Alexander Dallin)

Sociology G4050y: History of Sociological Theory,1966 Spring
Box 9
Folder 4

(course taught by Robert K. Merton)

History C3204y: Europe, 1714 – 1870,1966 Spring
Box 9
Folder 5

(course taught by Jeffry J. Kaplow)

Economics G4311x – G4312y: American Economic History,1965-1966
Box 9
Folder 6

(course taught by Louis Hacker)

Government C3611x – C3612y: International Politics,1965-1966
Box 9
Folder 7

(course taught by Donald Puchala and Waynde A. Wilcox)

Sociology C3666x: Political Sociology,1965 Fall
Box 9
Folder 8

(course taught by Allen Silver; supplementary lectures: Sociology G6047x; Political Sociology: Structures and Processes, 1968 Fall)

Contemporary Civilization C1201x – C1202y: Development of Western Institutions and Social Ideas,1965-1966
Box 9
Folder 9

(course taught by Milton Hassol)

Sociology F1105x: Problems of Complex Societies,1966 Fall

Box 10
Folder 1

(course taught by Amitai Etzioni)

Sociology C2208y: The Logic of Social Inquiry,1967 Spring
Box 10
Folder 1

(course taught by William Martin)

Philosophy G4060y: Society and its Institutions: A Pluralistic Institutional Social Theory,1967 Spring
Box 10
Folder 2

(course co-taught by John H. Randall, Horace L. Friess, James Gutman, Frank Tannenbaum and Robert P. Wolff)

Oriental Studies V3355x: Oriental Civilizations: Introduction to the History and Culture of Oriental Societies,1966 Fall
Box 10
Folder 3

(course co-taught by Myron Cohen and Ellen M. Gumpertz)

Oriental Studies V3356y: Intro to the History and Culture of Oriental Studies,1967 Spring
Box 10
Folder 4

(course co-taught by Ainslee T. Embree and Morton Klass)

Government G4471x: Political Institutions of China,1966 Fall
Box 10
Folder 5

(course taught by A. Doak Barnett)

Government G6868y: Communism in Asia,1967 Spring
Box 10
Folder 5

(course taught by Donald Zagoria)

History 12 (Barnard): England from the Norman Conquest to the 20th Century,1967 Spring
Box 10
Folder 6

(course taught by Stephen E. Koss)

Sociology G8015y – G8016y: Analysis of Social Structures,1967-1968
Box 10
Folder 7

(course taught by Robert Merton)

NYU Summer Class: Philosophy of Education,1968 Summer
Box 10
Folder 7
Mathematical Statistics – Sociology G4181x – G4182y: Statistical Methods in the Social Sciences,1968-1969
Box 10
Folder 7
History G6693x – 6694y: American Economic History, 1607 – 1960,1967-1968
Box 10
Folder 8

(course taught by Stuart W. Bruchey)

History G6697x – G6698y “History of the Foreign Relations of the U.S.,1967-1968
Box 10
Folder 9

(course taught by Henry F. Graff)

History TW3162: History of American Social Thought,1967 Fall

Box 11
Folder 1

(course taught by Frederick D. Kershner)

History G6000x: Nature and Types of History and Historiography,1967 Fall
Box 11
Folder 1

(course taught by Jacob W. Smit)

History G8707x – G8708yy “American Social History,1967-1968
Box 11
Folder 2

(course taught by David J. Rothman)

History G4166y: The Passage from the 19th to the 20th Century,1969 Spring
Box 11
Folder 2

(course taught by Jacques Barzun)

History G4670y: Political Parties and Issues,1968 Spring
Box 11
Folder 3

(course taught by Richard Hofstadter)

Sociology G4043x: The Social Structure of the United States,1967 Fall
Box 11
Folder 3

(course taught by Daniel Bell)

History W3501x “History of Education in the U.S,1968 Spring
Box 11
Folder 3

(course taught by Jonathan C. Messerli)

History C3123x – C3124y: American Urban History,1967-1968
Box 11
Folder 4

(course taught by Robert Fogelson)

History W3051x “History of Education in the U.S.,1968 Spring
Box 11
Folder 4

(continuation of notes; course taught by Jonathan C. Messerli)

Teachers College TP3000S: Psychological Foundations of Education,1968 Summer
Box 11
Folder 5

(course taught by Samuel Ball)

History G4667x – G4668y: Political and Social History of the U.S., 1828 – 1860,1968-1969
Box 11
Folder 5

(course taught by Eric L. McKitrick)

Government G4411x: Political Systems of Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary Societies,1968 Fall
Box 11
Folder 6

(course taught by Michel Oksenberg)

Sociology G4051y: Social Change: Modernization,1969 Spring
Box 11
Folder 6

(course taught by Immanuel Wallerstein)

History G8701x – G8702y: American Economic History,1968-1969
Box 11
Folder 7

(course taught by Stuart Bruchey)

History C3135y: Afro-American History,1969 Spring
Box 11
Folder 8

(course taught by Eric Foner; first pages may be Gary Becker lectures on urban economics.)

Sociology G6098y: Historical Method and Documentary Analysis,1969 Spring
Box 11
Folder 9

(course taught by Sigmund Diamond; first pages are lecture by Arno Mayer.)

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