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Series VI. Lewis S. Bigelow, 1899-1903

Series VI consists of notes taken while Lewis S. Bigelow was enrolled in the Department of Comparative Literature from 1899 to 1903

The notes found here come from lectures given by several of the professors of the Department of Comparative Literature, including George E. Woodberry, J. E. Spingarn, and Frank Chandler. George E. Woodberry (1855-1930) studied at Harvard University and was appointed professor of literature at Columbia in 1891, moving in 1900 to the Department of Comparative Literature. He was known as both a poet and critic.

Found with this collection were a series of notes from lectures in the Department of Comparative Literature, the author of which is unknown. The notebooks have been kept and can be found with this series.

Tuition Receipts, 1899-1903

Box 5
Folder 1
George E. Woodberry lectures
English II course book,
1899
Box 5
Folder 2
English Literature from
1789
to the Death of Tennyson,
1899
Box 5
Folder 3
Studies in Literature,
1900
Box 5
Folder 4
English Literature from the Birth of Shakespeare to
1660,
1900
Box 5
Folder 5
Theory, History and Practice of Criticism,
1900
Box 5
Folder 6
Literature II,
1901
Box 5
Folder 7
Shakespeare,
1901
Box 5
Folder 8
Comparative Literature II,
1901
(2 Folders)
Box 5
Folder 9 to 10
Comparative Literature IV,
1901
(2 Folders)
Box 5
Folder 11 to 12
Comparative Literature V,
1901
Box 5
Folder 13
Comparative Literature V, Criticism, 1901-1902
Box 5
Folder 19
Comparative Literature VI, 1901-1902
Box 5
Folder 20
Comparative Literature II,
1902
(2 Folders)
Box 5
Folder 22 to 23
Notes on Scott, Dickens, and Tennyson, 1902-1903
Box 5
Folder 28
Lectures given before Seminar A,
1903
Box 5
Folder 29
“The Roamer,”
1903
Box 5
Folder 30
Literature, English 13, 1899-1900
Box 5
Folder 34
Comparative Literature, English Literature from
1798
to the Death of Tennyson, circa 1900-1902

Box 6
Folder 1
Comparative Literature, History of the Epic, circa 1900-1902
Box 6
Folder 3

(course co-taught with J.E. Spingarn)

Comparative Literature VIII- frank W. Chandler,
1901

Box 5
Folder 15
Comparative Literature X, J.E. Spingarn,
1901
(2 Folders)
Box 5
Folder 16 to 17
History II,
1901
Box 5
Folder 18
Comparative Literature VII, J.E. Spingarn,
1902
Box 5
Folder 24
Comparative Literature VIII, Frank W. Chandler, 1902
Box 5
Folder 25
Comparative Literature X, J.E. Spingarn, 1902
Box 5
Folder 26
History XI, James Harvey Robinson,
1902
Box 5
Folder 27
Notes on Thackeray,
1903
Box 5
Folder 31
Reading lists for Comparative Literature courses, circa 1900-1903
Box 5
Folder 32
Miscellaneous, circa 1900-1903
Box 5
Folder 33
Comparative Literature, The Renaissance, Dr. J.E. Spingarn, 1901-1902
Box 5
Folder 35
Comparative Literature, J.E. Spingarn, circa 1900-1902
Box 5
Folder 36
Comparative Literature, Mediaeval Lyric Poetry, J.E. Spingarn, circa 1900-1902
Box 5
Folder 37
Comparative Literature, History of Criticism, circa 1900-1902

Box 6
Folder 2

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