Special Collections and Archives

Arthur E. DuBois papers (faculty-English)

Arthur E. DuBois papers 1929-1964

Finding Aid

Prepared by Cara Gilgenbach and Barbara Bass, 1997
8 record storage boxes; 7.5 cubic feet


This material is housed in an off-site storage facility and requires up to 5 business days for retrieval. Please call or email the department with requests for this material prior to your visit.

Biographical Note

Arthur E. DuBois was born in Jan. 7, 1904 in Bethel, New York. He graduated with a B.S. degree from Union College in Schenectady, N.Y. in 1924. In 1927 he received his M.A. degree from Syracuse University and received his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University. DuBois began his career as an English instructor at Syracuse in 1924 and left in 1928. From 1928 to 1930 he studied at the University of Chicago under a technological Fellowship. He was appointed assistant and associate professor of English in 1934 at Duquesne University. He was an assistant professor of English at the University of Louisiana in 1944 to 1946. He began teaching at Kent State University in 1946 until his retirement at the age of 61 in 1963.

DuBois was a member of several organizations including Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Tau Delta, Modern Humanities Research Association, N.Y. Genealogical and Biographical Society, the Holland Sy of N.Y. and the AAUP.

He wrote many articles and poems for professional publications. He was an authority on 19th century English literature.

Dr. DuBois died on December 25, 1965.


Scope and Content

Dr. DuBois' papers include the articles and poetry that he wrote over the years. For several years he made his own Christmas cards in which he wrote a poem. These are included in this collection. The scrapbooks that are in this collection contain photo clippings of his favorite authors.

The series include:

  • Series 1: Articles, Notes & Papers [published] - Box 1-2
  • Series 2: Articles, Notes & Papers [unpublished] - Box 3
  • Series 3: Publications - Box 4
  • Series 4: Poems and Christmas Cards - Box 5
  • Series 5: Research Materials - Box 6
  • Series 6: Short stories & Sketches - Box 7
  • Series 7: Miscellaneous - Box 8
  • Series 8: Scrapbooks - Box 9

Box 1

Folder--Contents

Series 1: Articles, Notes and Papers [published]
  1. "Against Greek and Moonlight in Verse"
  2. Anglo Saxon Language
  3. "The Bab Ballads"
  4. "The Baroque in Literature"
  5. "Beowulf"
  6. "Best-Dressed Professor"
  7. "Biblical Dragons"
  8. "Biographicalities"
  9. "Brain Trusting"
  10. "Chicago"
  11. "Comedy to a Quiddity" [1 of 6]
  12. "Comedy to a Quiddity" [2 of 6]
  13. "Comedy to a Quiddity" [3 of 6]
  14. "Comedy to a Quiddity" [4 of 6]
  15. "Comedy to a Quiddity" [5 of 6]
  16. "Comedy to a Quiddity" [6 of 6]
  17. "Comedy to a Quiddity" : original textscript
  18. "Comedy to a Quiddity" [1 of 3]
  19. "Comedy to a Quiddity" [1 of 3]
  20. "Comedy to a Quiddity" [1 of 3]
  21. "Concerning Parallels"
  22. "Concerning Satire"
  23. "Concering Sensibility"
  24. "Deanless"
  25. "Degree in Grammar"
  26. "18th Century Wit"
  27. English "Jazz Tendencies in Modern Poetry"
  28. "Erasmus' Doctrine of Foolishness"
  29. "The Falling-down Hills"
  30. "The Fate Image"
  31. "Fielding and Doctors" [1 of 2]
  32. "Fielding and Doctors" [2 of 2]
  33. "The Figleaf Instinct"
  34. "Four English-Language Oddities"
  35. "The Frill"
  36. "Froth of an Epic Ferment : A Study of Romanticism"
  37. "The Function of Criticism"

Box 2

Folder--Contents

  1. "Ganging on the Alien in America"
  2. Gilbert, Reviews of Goldberg's Books
  3. Bibliography of the Works of W.S. Gilbert
  4. Gilbert, Fun Poems
  5. "Gilbert and Fun" [MA thesis]
  6. Gilbertania
  7. Gilbertania - Fun Material
  8. Gilbertania - Journals
  9. Hilborn Thesis Material
  10. "Incomplete Oppositions"
  11. "Johnson's Life of Cowley"
  12. "Keeping Up With the Joneses"
  13. "Klaviluxury"
  14. "A Law of Cultural Change"
  15. "The Literary Critics Job"
  16. "Meaning by Modulatin"
  17. Miscellaneous
  18. Miscellaneous Poems
  19. "Murder Ha Ha"
  20. "19th Century Bric-a-brac Drama" [1 of 2]
  21. "19th Century Bric-a-brac Drama" [2 of 2]
  22. "19th Century Drama" [1 of 3], [n.d.]
  23. "19th Century Drama" [2 of 3], [n.d.]
  24. "19th Century Drama" [3 of 3], [n.d.]
  25. "Not Idle Tears"
  26. "A Note on the Hegel-Bradley Theory of Tragedy"
  27. "Old Coins Tell Stories"
  28. "On Top of the World"
  29. "The Other Thing"
  30. "Our Critics: Right or Wrong"
  31. "Placard"
  32. "-pathic Fallacies"
  33. "Perpetual Motion: Form and Energy"
  34. "Pre-historic Comedy"
  35. "Professions of an English Professor"
  36. "The Rambler, A Genius"
  37. "Readers Indigestion"
  38. "Restoration Drama and the Romantic Novel"
  39. "Reunion in Kirksville, Missouri"
  40. "Reynolds' Idlers, Nos. 76, 79, 82"
  41. "A Satire Against Wit"
  42. "Seeing Through the Back of the Head"
  43. "Some Notes on Eureka"
  44. "Specialized Reading"
  45. "A Speculation about Form in the Novel"
  46. "The Stars Shine"
  47. "This and That: Study of Principles in Literary History"
  48. "Traffic"
  49. "Tragedy: A Theory about It"
  50. "Translation of Beowulf"
  51. "Truth's Corset"
  52. "Used Up", Kikapoo"
  53. "Widsith"
  54. "Wordsworth's "Language of the Sense"
  55. "Wordsworth's "Language of the Sense" [shortened version]
  56. "What's Wrong With Us?"

Box 3

Folders--Contents--Date

Articles, Notes, and Papers [unpublished]
  1. "A.A. Milne"
  2. "The Ancients"
  3. "Ben Jonson's London"
  4. "Bewitched"
  5. "The Biography of an Ode: Beauty is Truth"
  6. "Byron's Intuition"
  7. "The Dicken's, You Say?"
  8. "Edgar Lee Masters"
  9. "The Epic via Longfellow"
  10. "Flying with Poe"
  11. "Gilbert Saxamined"
  12. "The Grotesquerists: Poe and Anderson"
  13. "Index to Fielding"
  14. "Jee Bee Essayed"
  15. "Keeping Whitman's Own Tally"
  16. "The Late Amy Lowell"
  17. "Lindsay Notes"
  18. "Lizette Woodworth Reese, 1856-1935"
  19. "Manderville the Orthodox"
  20. "Nobody Fears Him"
  21. "1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8=100"
  22. Sandburg
  23. "Sexamining Comedy"
  24. Shelley
  25. "Stranger Than Fiction: Epic poetry and John G. Neihardt"
  26. "Transcendentalism: A Definition"

Box 4

Folder--Contents--Date

Series 3: Publications - in date order
  1. "W.S. Gilbert, Practical Classical" : Jan. 1929
  2. "The Cult of Beauty: A Study of John Masefield" : Dec. 1930
  3. "Gogmagog Agog" : Jan.-Mar., 1932
  4. [review of] Bibliography of Sir William Schwenk Gilbert : May 1932
  5. "Humanism and Folly" : Oct-Dec 1932
  6. "In the Desert" : [1932?]
  7. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 1 : Jan. 8, 1934
  8. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 2 : Jan. 22, 1934
  9. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 3 : Feb. 5, 1934
  10. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 4 : Feb. 19, 1934
  11. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 5 : Mar. 5, 1934
  12. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 6 : Mar. 19, 1934
  13. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 7 : Apr. 9, 1934
  14. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 8 : Apr. 23, 1934
  15. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 9 : May 7, 1934
  16. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 10 : May 21, 1934
  17. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 11 : Jun. 4, 1934
  18. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 12 : Jun. 18, 1934
  19. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 13 : Jul. 9, 1934
  20. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 14 : Jul. 23, 1934
  21. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 15 : Aug. 13, 1934
  22. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 16 : Aug. 27, 1934
  23. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 17: Sept. 17, 1934
  24. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 18 : Sept. 30, 1934
  25. Avenue, vol. 1, no. 19-24 : Apr., 1935
  26. "Out of Depth" : Jan. 1934
  27. "Encore" : Jan.-Feb. 1934
  28. "A Plea" : May 1934
  29. "Scodubbery" : May 1934
  30. "The Unity of Beowulf" : Jun. 1934
  31. "Decadence" : Summer 1934
  32. "Shakespeare and 19th-Century Drama" : Sept. 1934
  33. "Grasshopper Lyrics" : Autumn 1934
  34. "His Wife To His Biographer" : Nov. 1934
  35. "Man" : Nov. 1934
  36. "Scodub's Lament" : Nov. 1934
  37. "Unquipped" : Nov. 1934
  38. "On the Outside Edge" : Nov.-Dec. 1934
  39. "Two Poems" (Boom, Boom, Bom and The Professorial Bell-Ringer) : Nov.-Dec. 1934
  40. [review of John Galsworthy: le Romancier],] Dec. 1934
  41. "Rugs for the Ceiling" : Dec. 1934
  42. "Ivy Wall" : Winter 1934
  43. "Moth Wings" : Winter 1934
  44. [review of Sheridan Knowles and the Theatre of His Time] : Jan. 1935
  45. "Beowulf, 489-490" : Feb. 1935
  46. [review of ] The Nineteenth Century and After] : Feb. 1935
  47. "From Dejection" : Mar. 1935
  48. "Poe Goes to Limbo" : Mar. 1935
  49. "Mary Hunter Austin, 1868-1934" : April 1935
  50. "Clichete" : May 1935
  51. [Letter to the Editor of ] The Fleur delis: May 1935
  52. "Diddle-Diddle" : Apr. - Jun. 1935
  53. "At a Symphony" : Jun. 1935
  54. [review of] George Gissing and his Cricic, Frank Swinnerton : June 1935
  55. "Grasshopper Lyrics" : Jul. - Aug. 1935
  56. "Biograph" : Aug. 1935
  57. "Andante" : Summer 1935
  58. "Decadence" : Summer 1935
  59. "Himself He Cannot Save" : Summer 1935
  60. "Wednesday" : Summer 1935
  61. "Back to Eden" : Oct.-Dec. 1935
  62. "W.S. Gilbert and Puns" : Autumn 1935
  63. "Hoch" : Dec. 1935
  64. "Pittsburgh" : Winter 1935
  65. "To the Maryland State Penitentiary" : Winter 1935
  66. "Edna St. Vincent Millay" : 1935
  67. "No, No Geranium" : 1935
  68. "At the Gallery" : Mar. 1936
  69. [review of] The Eighteenth Century : Mar. 1936
  70. "Valedictum" : Mar. 1936
  71. "Trilet" : Apr. - May 1936
  72. "Intellectual Larking" : Apr.-June 1936
  73. "The Western Gate" : June 1936
  74. "Out of Histories" : Spring 1936
  75. "For Popular Drama" : Summer 1936
  76. "Grasshopper Lyrics" : Summer 1936
  77. "Lindsay and Especially Masters" : [review of Vachel Lindsay : A Poet in America] : Jul.-Sept. 1936
  78. "Wordling" : Autumn 1936
  79. "Portrait of a Professor" : Sep. 1936
  80. "Alastor : The Spirit of Solitude" : Oct. 1936
  81. "The White Lie" : Nov.-Dec. 1936
  82. "December" : Dec. 1936
  83. "The Last Pander" : Winter 1936
  84. "Hollo" : Winter 1936-37
  85. "Round and Round" : 1936
  86. "An Ancient Novelty" : Jan. 1937
  87. "Free-Hand" : Jan. 1937
  88. "Grasshopper Lyrics" : Jan. 1937
  89. "If Winter Comes, Can Summer?" : Jan. 1937
  90. "Oh, That We Two Were Maying" : Jan.-Feb. 1937
  91. "Among the Quarterlies" " Jan.-Mar. 1937
  92. [review of] Larger Rhetorical Patterns in Anglo-Saxon Poetry : Feb 1937
  93. "Grasshopper Lyric" : Mar.-May 1937
  94. "Epigram" : Spring 1937
  95. "Grasshopper Lyric" : Spring 1937
  96. "Green Things" : Spring 1937
  97. "Impressions from G.K.C." : Spring 1937
  98. "Joseph Henry" : Spring 1937
  99. "The Valley of Shadows" : Spring 1937
  100. "Shelley, Browning, and Masters" : Oct. 1937
  101. "Dolor" : Autumn 1937
  102. "Tomorrow Warmer" : Dec. 1937
  103. "From the Valley of Stillness" : 1937
  104. "Beyong Babel" : 1937
  105. "Break-Down: From the Beginning" : Jan. 1938
  106. "Essay" : Mar. 1938
  107. "The Cosmic Humorist" : Spring 1938
  108. "Barbarian" : 1938
  109. [review of] Whitman by Edgar Lee Masters : 1938
  110. "Ivy Wall" : Spring 1939
  111. "Words Wanting" : Fall 1939
  112. [review of] John Gould Fletcher's Selected Poems : 1939
  113. "Maestro" : 1939
  114. [review of] Walt Whitman and the Springs of Courage" : 1939
  115. "Before Laughter" : Apr. 1940
  116. "Travelogue" : Spring 1940
  117. "Travelogue" : Spring 1940
  118. "Essex Won't Age" [review of The Unhappy Favourite : Jul.-Sept., 1940
  119. "Comedy, An Experience" : Sept. 1940
  120. "The Jazz Bells of Poe" : Dec. 1940
  121. "Revitalizing History" [review of] Malinche (Dona Marino) : Dec. 1940
  122. "Budding Humorist" : Winter 1940
  123. "Budding Humorist" : Winter 1940
  124. "The Four Apes" : 1940
  125. "The Art of Fiction" : Apr. 1941
  126. "For Absolutists" : Spring 1941
  127. "All of a Topsy turvy" : Summer 1941
  128. "The Feel of Fall" : Summer 1941
  129. "Slipping the Label" : 1941
  130. "On Being Born, As Whitman Was" : Winter 1942
  131. [review of] The Language of Poetry : 1943
  132. "The Absolute in Grammar" : May 1, 1951
  133. "Keeping Whitman's Tally" : June 1952
  134. "Gifstol" " Dec. 1954
  135. "Stod on Stapole" : Dec. 1955
  136. "'Hafelan Hydan, ' Beowulf, 11, 446, 1372" : [1955?]
  137. "Repeated Particles" : Feb. 1957
  138. "The Dragon in Beowulf" : Dec. 1957
  139. "Poe and Lolita" : Mar. 1964
  140. "Time, Space, and Glands" : Summer 1964
  141. "The Literary Critic's Job" : Oct. 1964
  142. "In the Study" : Jan.-Feb. [n.y.]
  143. "All of a Topsyturvy" : [n.d.]
  144. "Among the Quarterlies" : [n.d.]
  145. "Among the Quarterlies" : [n.d.]
  146. "Among the Quarterlies" : [n.d.]
  147. "Among the Quarterlies" : [n.d.]
  148. "Another James is Born" : [reviews] : [n.d.]
  149. Beowulf, 1107 and 2577 : Hoards, Swords, and Shields" : [n.d.]
  150. "Budding Humorist" : [n.d.]
  151. "Budding Humorist" : [n.d.]
  152. "Erasmus Laughs," [review] : [n.d.]
  153. "Fossilized Shakespeare," [review] : [n.d.]
  154. "From June Campuses" : [n.d.]
  155. "Joseph Henry" : [n.d.]
  156. "Men in Armor" [review of Contributions of the Ideologues to French Revolutionary Thought : [n.d.]
  157. "No! No!" : [n.d.]
  158. "On Our Sheet" : [n.d.]
  159. "On Our Sheet" : [n.d.]
  160. "Robert Browning, Dramatist" : [n.d.]
  161. "Thistle World" : [n.d.]
  162. "What's Today" : [n.d.]
  163. Letters to editors, miscellaneous articles

Box 5

Folder--Contents--Date

Series 4 : Poems - Christmas Cards
  1. List of Poems by Arthur E. DuBois
  2. Poem : "Ancestral Voices"
  3. Poem : "Count My Sheep"
  4. Poem : "Grasshopper Lyrics"
  5. Poem : "Limericks"
  6. Poem : "The Love Songs of Euclid, Jr."
  7. Poem : Pepequanehan
  8. Poem : Rose Poems
  9. Poems : Rough Drafts
  10. Poem : "Scodubbery"
  11. Poem : "Songs of Adeline's Men"
  12. Poem : "Talisman"
  13. Poem : Triolets
  14. Poem : Verbal Oddities
  15. Poems : A
  16. Poems : B
  17. Poems : C
  18. Poems : D-E
  19. Poems : F
  20. Poems : G
  21. Poems : H
  22. Poems : I-K
  23. Poems : L
  24. Poems : M
  25. Poems : N-Q
  26. Poems : R
  27. Poems : S
  28. Poems : T-V
  29. Poems : W-Z
  30. Christmas Card : [1931]
  31. Christmas Card : 1932]
  32. Christmas Card : [1933]
  33. Christmas Card : [1934]
  34. Christmas Card : [1935]
  35. Christmas Card : [1936]
  36. Christmas Card : [1937?]
  37. Christmas Card : [1937]
  38. Christmas Card : [1938]
  39. Christmas Card : [1939]
  40. Christmas Card : [1940?]
  41. Christmas Card : [1947]
  42. Christmas Card : [1948]
  43. Christmas Card : 1949
  44. Christmas Card : [1950]
  45. Christmas Card : 1951
  46. Christmas Card : 1952
  47. Christmas Card : [1954]
  48. Christmas Card : [1955]
  49. Christmas Card : 1956
  50. Christmas Card : 1957
  51. Christmas Card : 1958
  52. Christmas Card : 1964

Box 6

Folder--Contents

Series 5 : Research Materials
  1. Research material : List of Articles and Source Material
  2. Research material : Akenside
  3. Research material : Alastor
  4. Research material : Albright, Character
  5. Research material : Arbuthnot
  6. Research material : William Arthur, Real Conversations
  7. Research material : Mathew Arnold, Merope, a tragedy
  8. Research material : Francis Bacon
  9. Research material : Bacon and Johnson
  10. Research material : Ernest Bernbaum, Drama of Sensibility
  11. Research material : Edith Birkhead, "Sentiment and Sensibiltiy in the 18th century novel"
  12. Research material : Clifford H. Bissell, French Drama
  13. Research material : Bits of 18th Century Virtuosity
  14. Research material : Dion Boucecault, The Long Strike
  15. Research material : Robert Boyle
  16. Research material : William Brough
  17. Research material : John Brougham
  18. Research material : Sir Thomas Browne
  19. Research material : Sir Thomas Browne
  20. Research material : William Browne
  21. Research material : Bunyan, Mr. Ignorance
  22. Research material : Burnand, Artful Cards, etc.
  23. Research material : Fanny Burney
  24. Research material : Burton
  25. Research material : Samuel Butler
  26. Research material : Byron, H.J., Summaries by Archer
  27. Research material : Louis Cazamiar : History of English Literature
  28. Research material : Thomas Campbell, Mrs. Siddons
  29. Research material : Thomas Carlyle
  30. Research material : John Homer Caskey, Life and Work of Edward Moore
  31. Research material : Chesterfield
  32. Research material : Classic Conception of Liberature
  33. Research material : Martha Pike Conant, Oriental Tale in 18th Century
  34. Research material : Wilkie Collins, the New Magdalen
  35. Research material : Lane Cooper, George Meredith on comedy
  36. Research material : Cowley (au Johnson)
  37. Research material : Wilbur L. Cross, Development of the English Novel
  38. Research material : Charles Dibden
  39. Research material : Dekker
  40. Research material : Development of History of Literary Criticism
  41. Research material : Charles Dickens
  42. Research material : Walpole, The Doctors, etc.
  43. Research material : Donne
  44. Research material : Dryden Bibliography
  45. Research material : Early 17th Century Criticism
  46. Research material : Elizabethan Poetry
  47. Research material : Oliver Elton, Survey of English Literature
  48. Research material : Emerson
  49. Research material : English Fiction, 1770-1830
  50. Research material : English Language
  51. Research material : English Romantic Prose Fiction
  52. Research material : Italian Epic
  53. Research material : Erasmus
  54. Research material : Erasmus, Doctrine of Follishness
  55. Research material : Lord Ernle, Light Reading of Our Ancestors
  56. Research material : Exam, 18th Century Literature
  57. Research material : Exams
  58. Research material : Exams, 17th Century
  59. Research material : Phineas Fletcher
  60. Research material : Giles Fletcher
  61. Research material : James R. Foster, "The Abbe Prevost and the English novel"
  62. Research material : Function of Poetry
  63. Research material : Gardens
  64. Research material : Samuel Garth
  65. Research material : John Gay
  66. Research material : William Gifford, The Works of Ben Johnson
  67. Research material : Goldsmith
  68. Research material : Allene Gregory, French Revolution & the English Novel
  69. Research material : Hawes Theory of Poetry
  70. Research material : Henry VI
  71. Research material : George Herbert
  72. Research material : History of English Language
  73. Research material : History of Literature : Reading Lists
  74. Research material : History of Political Theories, 16th & 17th Century
  75. Research material : Hogarth
  76. Research material : Bronson Howard
  77. Research material : Johnson's Idler, Rambler
  78. Research material : Henry James, Browning as Dramatic Poet
  79. Research material : Ben Johnson's London
  80. Research material : Herman C. Merivale
  81. Research material : Eugene Jolas, Robert Sage, Transition Stories
  82. Research material : Frances Anne Kemble
  83. Research material : William King, Essay on the Origin of Evil
  84. Research material : Mark Lemon
  85. Research material : Lovejoy
  86. Research material : Machiavelli, Niccolo
  87. Research material : Manderville
  88. Research material : Charles James Mathews
  89. Research material : Clara F. McIntyre, Were the Gothic Novels Gothic
  90. Research material : Milton
  91. Research material : The Mystic Experience
  92. Research material : John Howard Payne
  93. Research material : Planche
  94. Research material : Pope's Conception of the Passions and It's Historical Significance
  95. Research material : Prior
  96. Research material : Eino Railo, The Haunted Castle
  97. Research material : Walter Raliegh, The English Novel
  98. Research material : The Rambler on Genius
  99. Research material : Charles Reade
  100. Research material : R. Reece, Brown and the Brahmins
  101. Research material : Richelieu, The Conspiracy
  102. Research material : T. W. Robertson, Society
  103. Research material : Le Rouchefoucauld
  104. Research material : Lord Rochester, a poem
  105. Research material : Royal Society
  106. Research material : Michael Sadlei, "The Northranger Novels"
  107. Research material : George Saintsbury,The English Novel
  108. Research material : Dorothy Scarborough, The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction
  109. Research material : W.H. Scholfield, English Literature from Norman Conquest to Chaucer
  110. Research material : 17th Century Criticism
  111. Research material : Shaftsbury, Freedom of Wit and Humor
  112. Research material : Shakespeare
  113. Research material : Shakespeare - used
  114. Research material : Shelly, the Cenci
  115. Research material : Sidney
  116. Research material : John Skelton
  117. Research material : Southy, Wat Taylor
  118. Research material : Spectator, on Passions
  119. Research material : Spring (and maidens)
  120. Research material : Smollett
  121. Research material : Edward Spencer
  122. Research material : Swift, Madness and Wit
  123. Research material : Francis Talfourd
  124. Research material : Tom Taylor, Sense and Sensation
  125. Research material : Tennyson, Plays
  126. Research material : Alfred Thompson
  127. Research material : Henry Vaughn
  128. Research material : W.G. Wills, Hinco
  129. Research material : H.B. Yound, The Plays of Thomas Love Peacock
  130. Research material : Chronological list of London Theatres
  131. Research material : Miscellaneous
  132. Research material : Miscellaneous
  133. Research material : Play Summaries, No. 1
  134. Research material : Play Summaries, No. 2
  135. Research material : Play Summaries, No. 3
  136. Research material : Play Summaries, No. 4
  137. Research material : Play Summaries, No. 5
  138. Research material : Play Summaries, No. 6

Box 7

Folder--Contents

Series 6 : Short Stories & Sketches
  1. Short Stories : List
  2. Short Stories : "And the Winds Blew"
  3. Short Stories : "Bewitched"
  4. Short Stories : "Boo!"
  5. Short Stories : "'Dear,' With Costs"
  6. Short Stories : Girdler Experiment Station Near Collapse"
  7. Short Stories : "Hooded"
  8. Short Stories : "The Mixer"
  9. Short Stories : "Murder Ha Ha"
  10. Short Stories : "The Murdered Man's Bouquet"
  11. Short Stories : "Not Total War"
  12. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : The Ancestress"
  13. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : The Anxious Brides"
  14. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : The Aristocrat"
  15. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : The Captive"
  16. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : The Deserted Wife"
  17. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : Fortune and Fame"
  18. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : The Late Heyltje Decker"
  19. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : Out in the Wash"
  20. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : Out in the Wash"
  21. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : Paul's Faith"
  22. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : "Post-Destined"
  23. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : "The Sale"
  24. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : "Without Benefit of Police"
  25. Short Stories : "Old New Yorkers : "X 0+0"
  26. Short Stories : "The Man Who Took What Nobody Wanted : The Betrothal "
  27. Short Stories : "The Man Who Took What Nobody Wanted : First Course in True Love"
  28. Short Stories : "The Man Who Took What Nobody Wanted : Foreseen, Death"
  29. Short Stories : "The Man Who Took What Nobody Wanted : The Gost of Professor Jameson"
  30. Short Stories : "The Man Who Took What Nobody Wanted : His Marriage"
  31. Short Stories : "The Man Who Took What Nobody Wanted : Motive, Means, and Opportunity"
  32. Short Stories : "The Man Who Took What Nobody Wanted : Professors of Murder"
  33. Short Stories : "The Man Who Took What Nobody Wanted : The Schlicht Foundation"
  34. Short Stories : "WWII : The Bastard"
  35. Short Stories : "WWII : Behind the Lines"
  36. Short Stories : "WWII : Be-Medaled"
  37. Short Stories : "WWII : The Bullet"
  38. Short Stories : "WWII : Come, Eight"
  39. Short Stories : "WWII : D-day for Terry"
  40. Short Stories : "WWII : From Cemetery to Guardhouse"
  41. Short Stories : "WWII : No Place Like It"
  42. Short Stories : "WWII : Peppered"
  43. Short Stories : "WWII : The Powder Cush"
  44. Short Stories : "WWII : Ready to Fight"
  45. Short Stories : "Seconds"
  46. Sketches : "Clouds of Smoke"
  47. Sketches : "Fowl? or Chicken?"
  48. Sketches : "Hellarious"
  49. Sketches : "Housekeepers?"
  50. Sketches : "It's Cold, No?"
  51. Sketches : "Mayor Mike O'Momus' Reminiscences"
  52. Sketches : ["A Pun"]
  53. Sketches : "NOIBN"
  54. Sketches : "Perpetual Commotion"
  55. Sketches : "Refrigerator"
  56. Sketches : "Smoke Screen"

Box 8

Folder--Contents--Date

Series 7 : Miscellaneous
  1. Genealogy
  2. Correspondence - Genealogy
  3. Correspondence : Brennan, Madeline to DuBois, A.E. : Oct. 12, 1944
  4. Correspondence : Center, Robert I. to Philip J. Garrigan : July 29, 1935
  5. Correspondence : Doughty, LeGarde S. to DuBois, A.W. : Nov. 1, 1941
  6. Correspondence : DuBois, Arthur to Raymond Manchester : Jan. 7, 1951
  7. Correspondence : George to "Art" : Jan. 23, 1943
  8. Correspondence : Hooker, Elizabeth Gorden to DuBois, A.E. : [n.d.]
  9. Correspondence : Leiper, Maria to DuBois, A.E. : July 10, 1935
  10. Correspondence : Leiper, Maria to DuBois, A.E. : July 16, 1942
  11. Correspondence : Miller, Frances to DuBois, A.E. : [n.d.]
  12. Correspondence : Sherman, Elizabeth to [A.E.] DuBois : [n.d.]
  13. Correspondence : Toklas, Elizabeth to DuBois, A.E. : [n.d.]
  14. Correspondence : "A Christmas Letter from the Kirby's" (Josie, Thomas, Albert, David) " : 1944
  15. Obituary
  16. Vita
  17. AAUP : Faculty Salaries, 1952
  18. AAUP : List of Papers presented at Meetings of Kent Research Group, 1946-1957
  19. AAUP : Minutes, 1951-52
  20. AAUP : Notes, [1951-52?]
  21. AAUP : Reports, n.d. (Duquesne), 1951-52 (Kent State)
  22. Misc. : Clippings, etc.
  23. Misc. : Publications

Box 9

Series 8 : Scrapbooks
  1. Clippings of Authors
  2. Clippings of Authors
  3. Clippings of Authors
  4. Song Hits - 19th Century Drama: slips of paper with artist, title and place of recording