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Samuel Whittemore Boggs papers, 1912-1954

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Professional File, 1927-1953 (continued)
General
Classed Catalog
Developments in Department of State, before 1930
Map Manual
Archives
BOX 11 General Correspondence, 1932-1945
Samuel Whittemore Boggs, Material
Loans, 1932-1945
Preface and Introduction
Definitions
Material to Be Used
Old Material
Map Projections, Appendix K
Map Scale
BOX 12 Subject Classification
Subject Index
Classification and Notation, Old Material
Manual
Copy Sent to Press, 1945
Carbons of Material Sent to Miss Cole, 1945
BOX 13 SLA Correspondence re Publishing, etc., 1944-1945
Errata and Revisions
Printed, Oct.-Nov. 1945 [?]
Mimeographed by Boggs and Dorothy C. Lewis
Revisions and Corrections to Manual
Abridged Area Classification
General Plans
New Subjects for Manual, Miscellaneous
Material for Attention in Improving Manual
Manual
Typed Copy, 28 Apr. 1931, Annotated, Jan. 1932
Mimeographed
Jan. 1932
BOX 14 Jan. 1932, with Proposed Changes Insert, 4 Jan. 1935
(2 folders)
Apr. 1938, with Note, 10 Apr. 1945
Date Not Shown
"Department of State. Divisions of Publication, Geographic Section. Rules for Map Cataloguing" (2 copies)
Map Cataloging, Department of State
1930-1931
1943, on Samples, etc., for Explaining Technique
BOX 15 Area Classification
(2 folders)
Eumorphic Equal-Area Map Projection Formulas & Computations, 1927-1953
General Drafting Co., Inc., 1928-1930
Geographic and Mapping Projects for Unesco, 1947
"Geographic and Other Scientific Techniques for Political Science"
"Geographic Encyclopedia of the World," in English
BOX 16 Geographic Film Strips, 1946
Geographic Projects for the American Council of Learned Societies, 1947-1949
Globes, 1953-1954
International Geographers' Union
"Inventory: The Earth and Its Tenants"
(4 folders)
Journey of John R. Mott
re Maps for His Book, 1946-1947
Source Material for Maps, 1946-1947
BOX 17 "National Atlas of the United States"
Advisory Committee
Association of American Geographers Committee and Others
(2 folders)
Canadian, British, and Other National Atlases
Executive Committee
Miscellany
Roger Smith Conference, 8 June 1949
Nystrom (A. J.) & Co., Contract, 1927-1928
BOX 18 Possible Papers for Publication, Correspondence
"Regional Proverbial Wisdom"
"Savoy Free Zones"
Traffic Problems, 1939-1941
Warsaw Conference, 1934
Washington, D.C., and Vicinity, Road Map
1929-1931
1934
(2 folders)
Water Boundaries Articles, Correspondence, 1951
BOX 19-23 Writings File, 1931-1954
Articles, books, and speeches.
Arranged alphabetically by title.
BOX 19 "Africa: Maps and Man"
"American Hemispheres"
"Apuntaciones Sobre los Aspectos Geograficos de un Plan Viable para el Arreglo de la Controversia Boliviano-Paraguaya de Limites"
Arts Club talk on maps, circa 1935, Notes
"Boundary Functions and the Principles of Boundary-Making"
"Centers: A Study in Social Unity"
"The Changing Significance of Geographic Locations"
"Comparative Distortion of Shape in Three Equal-Area Map Projections"
"Delimination of the Great Lakes Boundary"
"Geography and Its Relation to Political Science and Government"
"Geographic Aspects of European Emigration to the United States"
"The Geometry and Geography of Communications"
BOX 20 "Global Relations of the United States"
(2 folders)
"Globe Manual"
International Boundaries
(2 folders)
BOX 21 (6 folders)
BOX 22 (6 folders)
"Library Classification and Cataloging of Geographic Material"
"Mapping the Changing World"
"Notes on Map Making"
BOX 23 "Physiography of the Roof of Earth"
"A Plan for American Participation of Uninterrupted International Peace"
"Problems of Water-Boundary Definition"
"Seasonal Variations in Daylight, Twilight, and Darkness"
Speeches and Talks, 1945-1945, Notes
"Taking It for Granted," circa 1950, Notes
BOX 23-24 Lectures, 1938-1942
Course notes of lecture series given at Columbia University.
Arranged in numbered sequence as received from the donor, with a file of correspondence at the beginning and miscellany at the end.
Columbia University, 1939-1942
Boundaries
* Correspondence, 1938-1939
1. What They Are and How They Function
2. Classification and Terminology
3. U.S.-Interstate
(2 folders)
BOX 24 4. Latin America
5. European Boundary Functions
6. Europe
7. Asia
8. Africa
9. Water
* International
* Miscellany
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