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RG-F:  Faculty and Staff Subseries
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Bradley Bateman's course materials for the class From Herron to Hopkins: the role of the Social Gospel at Grinnell College

Located in range 11 at offsite storage. The purpose of the course From Herron to Hopkins was to study the role that the Social Gospel movement played in the shaping of Grinnell College and both its self-image and the image of the college from an outside perspective. The student papers and journals from the social gospel course document the students' reactions to the required course readings and their understanding of the principles in a culminating final paper.

Committee on Departmental Equipment Fund

1 folder (included in Series 3.2 box). Includes monthly expenditures of each academic department for equipment; some memos, correspondence, reports.  In one separate pamphlet folder. Provenance:  Treasurer's Office papers left in Burling Library when that office moved out of Burling in the early 1970s.

David Jordan Office Files

Papers have been transferred to acid-free folders and given Mr. Jordan's labels.  Contents have not been sorted or arranged chronologically.  Obvious duplicate copies were discarded, as were faculty meeting minutes, which are available in the Archives, RG-F, series 1. Boxes 1.4 contain office files, arranged alphabetically by subject.  Boxes 5 and 6 contain papers relating to Grinnell or Iowa history.  Other student projects which Mr. Jordan supervised relating to college history are in RG-S, series 2.1.

Department of Anthropology

4 boxes donated to the Grinnell College Archives by John Wittaker. This collection contains basic information about the department, resources for majors, syllabi and course listings, and annual budget files.

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