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Waldo F. Mitchell Papers

Identifier: uac166
The Waldo F. Mitchell Papers consists of musical scores, maps, and thesis papers. The musical score series contains musical scores written by Waldo F. Mitchell The maps series contains hand drawn maps of native American settlements along the Illinois River by Waldo F. Mitchell. The thesis papers series contains a collection of thesis papers written by other students. The papers series contains scrap peieces of paper and a paper entitled "An Impossible Land Policy." This paper talks about the government's policy on dividing up land and how it should be handled in the future.


  • Created: 1912-1936


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Materials are open for research use with advance notice to the archivist.


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A graduate of the college course of the Normal School in the class of 1912, he received the A.M. degree in history from the University of Wisconsin in 1913 and the Ph.D. degree from Chicago University, with economics as his major in 1922. Between 1914 and 1931, he filled positions on the faculties of the Iowa State Teachers College, Evansville College, Lawrence College and DePauw University. Dr. Waldo F. Mitchell became the head of the department of social studies in 1931 and Indiana State Teachers College.

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