Dwight Sanderson Papers,1894-1960

Collection Number: 21-33-73

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
Dwight Sanderson papers, 1894-1960, 1894-1943 (bulk)
Collection Number:
21-33-73
Creator:
Dwight (Ezra Dwight), Sanderson 1878-1944.
Quantity:
7.8 cubic ft.
Forms of Material:
Diaries, bibliographies, manuscripts, student papers, correspondence, publications, a scrapbook, photograph albums, and class materials.
Repository:
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Includes 43 annual diaries of appointments; bibliographies; student papers; correspondence; papers on the family, marriage, and other topics; lecture outlines for classes on rural sociology, social psychology, and sociology; publications by Sanderson; scrapbook of articles following his retirement; post retirement letters; a photocopied excerpt from A Brief History of Entomology at the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas concerning Sanderson and Glenn W. Herrick (1960); five albums of photographs and postcards from European travels, 1925/1926 and 1935; and other materials pertaining to Sanderson's work in rural sociology and related fields. Also, letter from Pearl Buck, written from Nanking, China, July 6, 1930.
Language:
Collection material in English


BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Professor of rural sociology, New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University.

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

Includes 43 annual diaries of appointments; bibliographies; student papers; correspondence; papers on the family, marriage, and other topics; lecture outlines for classes on rural sociology, social psychology, and sociology; publications by Sanderson; scrapbook of articles following his retirement; post retirement letters; a photocopied excerpt from A Brief History of Entomology at the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas concerning Sanderson and Glenn W. Herrick (1960); five albums of photographs and postcards from European travels, 1925/1926 and 1935; and other materials pertaining to Sanderson's work in rural sociology and related fields. Also, letter from Pearl Buck, written from Nanking, China, July 6, 1930.
SUBJECTS

Names:
Sanderson, Dwight1878-1944.
Buck, Pearl S.(Pearl Sydenstricker), 1892-1973.
Herrick, Glenn W.
Cornell University--Faculty.
New York State College of Agriculture.Dept. of Rural Sociology.

Subjects:
Family.
Sociology.
Sociology, Rural.
Social psychology.
College teachers.
Sociologists.

Places:
Europe--Description and travel.

Form and Genre Terms:
Bibliographies.
Diaries.
Scrapbooks.


INFORMATION FOR USERS

Cite As:
Dwight Sanderson papers, #21-33-73. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.

CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
Date
Box 1
Four Years of County Planning & Development (mimeographed copy)
Sept. 1938
Box 1
A Demonstration in County Development (3 bound copies)
1935
Box 1
Tompkins County Schools (3 folders)
1922-1939
Box 2
The Family
(All of the following are from Chapters I, VIII, XI, XII, XIII, XIV; Chapters XV, XVI, XVII, XXI were noted in collection as missing)
Box 2
Physiology and Psychology of Petting, Legal Aspects of Betrothal
1932
Box 2
The Prediction of Adjustment in Marriage
1932
Box 2
Husband-Wife Relations in Marriage
1932
Box 2
Family Bibliography
1932
Box 2
Extracts from Thomas-Tusser's Book on Huswifery" (edition of 1580).
1932
Box 2
Federal Extension Service (Boy's and Girl's Club Work)
1918
Box 2
FERA (Federal Emergency Relief Admin. )
1934
Box 2
Group I & II
1937-1943
Box 3
Rural Organization 16 Lecture Outlines, Notes
1918-1921
Box 3
Rural Organization Miscellanea
Box 3
Rural Secondary Schools, Social Studies
1915-
Box 3
Rural Sociology I-IV
1939-1943
Box 3
Social Psychology
Box 3
Sociology 15 (Introductory)
1915
Box 3
"State Departments of Agriculture " by Dwight Sanderson. Written at University of Chicago in 1916.
1916
Box 4
Annual Cornell School for Missionaries
1930-1940
Box 4
"Moral Education in the Public Schools"
Box 4
Philosophy 31 (Paper presented at University of Chicago)
Dec. 16, 1916
Box 4
Psychology (Abnormal) Paper,, and Sociology Paper prepared by D. Sanders on at University of Chicago
1915
Box 4
"A Psychological Account of the Program of Religion" - Paper given at University of Chicago
Nov. 2, 1917
Box 4
Rural Community I -VI I I
1917-1941
Box 5
Rural Community, No. VIII-XI
1925-1944
Box 5
"Rural Community Organization for Religious Education" -Rural Church Seminar
1917
Box 5
Problems of Rural Democracy
1940
Box 5
Rural Organization, No. l-III
1917-1924
Box 6
Memorandum concerning Proposed objects of the American Farm Bureau Federation (Prepared and circulated privately at the time of the first meeting of the American Farm Bureau Federation in Chicago. )
1920
Box 6
Rural Organization - IV-IX
1917-1922
Box 7
Association Press (National Council of the YMCA)
1939-1941
Box 7
County Agents Course
Mainly 1931
Box 7
Depression Problems, I-II (much correspondence in preparation of Sanderson's manuscript on "New Problems of Rural Youth )
1936-1937
Box 7
The Family. Chapters I through VIII. Chapters 14, 15, 16, 17 & 21 are missing.
Box 7
Factual Material for the Discussion of "Trends in American Standards of Living" by L.S. Cottrell
1937
Box 8
The Group III
1928-1934
Box 8
Leadership I-IV (Farm Bureau, Scrapbook, Leadership, Letters & Bibliographies, student papers . Includes a mimeo copy of "Rural Leadership" by D. Sanderson
1917-1941
Box 9
Miscellaneous correspondence re E.D. Sanderson. Also, various awards and articles.
1901-1943
Box 10
Miscellaneous Pictures (mostly negatives) and Postcards.
ca.1925
Box 11
Diaries; correspondence concerning publication of Sanderson's works, such as "The Farmer and his Community," "Elementary Entomology", "Insect Pests of Farm, Garden and Orchard", and job opportunities around the country.
1899-1950
Box 12
All illustrations and photographs used in books by D. Sanderson
n.d.
Box 13
Entomological Publications
1898-1903
Box 13
New Hampshire Entomology
1904-1914
Box 13
"Report of the West Virginia Agricultural Experiment station"
1913-1914
Box 13
The Rural Community
1932
Box 13
Rural Sociology and Rural Social Organization
1942
Box 13
All the above are by D. Sanderson
Box 14
Texas Entomology
1902-1906
Box 14
"Report of the West Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station"
1911-1912
Box 14
"Report of the State Board of Regents, West Virginia"
1911-1912
Box 14
First Biennial Report, State Crop Pest Commission, West Virginia
1913-
Box 14
Report of the New York State Food Supply Commission
1918
Box 14
The American Journal of Sociology, pp. 117-260
Nov. 1944
Box 14
Rural Sociology, Vol. II, No. 1
Mar. 1946
Box 14
Volume Report: "The Contribution of Extension Methods, and Techniques Toward the Rehabilitation of War Torn Countries"
1945
Box 14
Scrapbook of early works
1894-1902
Box 14
Scrapbook of early themes and copies of the Hesperian Star from the Agricultural College in Michigan.
1893-1896
Box 14
NYS Food Supply Commission. Preliminary Report of the Census of the Agricultural Resources of New York State. Bulletin No. 2
1917
Box 14
Bulletin of the NYS Food Supply Commission. Report of the Conference.
1917
Box 15
Articles, letters re retirement, and letters of condolence to the Sanderson Family, including a black binder of newspaper obituaries. Also two reprints: A Biography of Ezra Dwight Sanderson by W.A. Anderson, and a bibliography of Sanderson up to Sept. 25, 1943.
Box 15
Brief biographical sketches of Sanderson and Glenn W. Herrick, publ. 1960, 8 pp. photocopy.
Box 15
Letter from Pearl S. Buck.
July 6, 1930
Box 16
"The Family in the Life of Today", Handbook for leaders of discussion groups.
n.d.
Box 16
"With Love and Affection, Respectfully Yours, Graduate Students". (A bound collection of laudatory letters from graduate students to D. Sanderson upon his retirement.
1943
Box 16
One bound volume of early work (including high school themes) by D. Sanderson.
1893-1897
Box 16
One scrapbook of school material and grades through college; including various souvenir programs and invitations.
1885-1901
Box 16
One student notebook on Entomology with hand drawn insect examples.
1930-1933
Box 16
One scrapbook of insect photographs and newspaper clippings.
ca. 1910
Box 16
One scrapbook of newspaper clippings re: the Tompkins County Development Association.
1934-1935
Box 16
Two folders: Contents of a scrapbook of clippings and printed items.
1903-1907
Box 17 Volume 1
Album containing postcards and photographs
1925-1926
Locations include France and one in Germany, including Amance, Amiens, Avignon, Bar-le-Duc, Bazancourt, Bellefosse, Bormes, Buire-sur-L'Ancre, Chalons-sur-Marne, Chanteheux, Courtisols, Einville, Fouday, Fressin, Le Treport, Giens, Ribaud, Givry-en-Argonne, Hangest-en-Santerre, Hyeres, La Ferte-Chevresis, Laon, Le Havre, Lyon, Metz, Motteville, Nancy, Paris, Reims, Ribemont, Rilly-la-Montagne, Rouen, Rouffach, Salins-des-Pesquiers, Seichamps, Sezanne, Solbach, Strasbourg, Tronville-en-Barrois, Vertus, Vitry-le-Francois, Witry-les-Reims, and Schwarzwald.
Box 17 Volume 2
Album containing postcards and photographs
1925-1926
Locations include France, including Aix-en-Provence, Alps, Arles, Auray, Barjoles, Bordeaux, Camaret, Carnac, Chateaulin, Cite de Carcassone, Correns, Crozon, Damazan, Draguignan, Gardanne, Grimaldi, Guillaumes, L’Aveyron, La Feuillee, La Haute-Garrone, La Rochelle, Landivisiau, Marseille, Menton, Merville, Monaco, Monte-Carlo, Montmeyan, Montpellier, Morlaix, Nerac, Nice, Nimes, Puch, Quimper, Quinson, Rennes, Roscoff, Saint-Malo, Saint-Pol-de-Leon, Sanremo, Sospel, Tonneins, Toulouse, Vianne, and Villefranche.
Box 18 Volume 3
Album containing postcards and photographs
1925-1926
Locations include France and Italy, including Amboise, Bernay, Blois, Chambord, Chemonceaux, Courtonne-la-Meurdrac, Grand-Champs, La Bretagne, Laval, Le Mans, Lisieux, Loches, Locmariaquer, Marolles, Sologne, Thiberville, Tours, Vannes, and Florence, Genoa, Milan, Rome, and Venice.
Box 18 Volume 4
Album containing postcards and photographs
1925-1926
Locations include Switzerland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, including Bern, Lucerne, Romanshorn, Zurich, Berlin, Dresden, Leipzig, Munich, Potsdam, Cesky Brod, Olomouc, Warsaw, Liskow, Aaskov, Copenhagen, Frederiksborg, Haraldsborg, Kronborg, Odense, Roskilde, Svogerslev, Vejen, Amsterdam, Groningen, Volendam, Wageningen, Winschoten, Brussels, and Leuven.
Box 19 Volume 5
Album containing postcards and photographs
1925-1926
Locations include Belgium, England, Scotland, France, Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands, including Diksmuide, Ypres, Bruges, Brussels, London, Warwik, Oxford, Grasmere, Durham, Lincoln, Ely, Cambridge, Alloway, Trossachs, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Paris, Tours, Rome, Milan, Berlin, and Amsterdam.
Box 20 Volume 6
Album containing postcards and photographs
1935
Locations include Italy, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, including Trieste, Gradiste, Mraclin, Nova Gradiska, Tomasica, Zagreb, Kovacevac, Orasje, Veria,Lovech, Cismigiu, and Bucharest.
Box 20 Volume 7
Album containing postcards and photograph
1935
Locations include Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England, France, Luxembourg, the former Yugoslavia, Monaco, Switzerland, Germany, and Belgium, including Cashel, Connemara, Foxford, Galway, Kilkenny, Killarney, Larne, Limerick, Londonderry, Sligo, Tipperary, Abbottsford, Aberfeldy, Alloway, Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Fortingall, Glen Coe, Inverness, Loch Lomond, Aberystwyth, Carnarvon, Canterbury, Kenilworth, Aubenas, Blois, Briancon, Eze, Nimes, Paris, Puget-Théniers, Rueil-Malmaison, Sion, Versailles, Diekirch, Brig, Gletsch, Lucerne, Bingen, Heidelberg, Herrenalb, Murg, Offenburg, Worms, and Brussels.
Mapcase Folder 1
Diplomas from the University of Michigan, BS 1897; Cornell University, BS 1898; University of Chicago, Ph.D 1921; and certificates from Phi Kappa Phi, the Department of State for the 12th Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, Ministry of Agriculture of Belgium, and the Country of Luxembourg
1898-1935