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Guide to the Redpath Chautauqua Bureau Records - Series 10: Theses/Essays

Collection Overview

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Creator: Redpath Chautauqua Bureau
Extent: 648.00 linear feet.
Collection Number: MsC0150J
Repository: University of Iowa Special Collections
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Preferred Citation: [Name of collection], The University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Repository: University of Iowa Special Collections
Address: Special Collections Department
University of Iowa Libraries
Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 319-335-5921
Curator: Greg Prickman
Email: lib-spec@uiowa.edu
Website: http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/sc

Browse by Series:
Series 1: THESES, ESSAYS, ARTICLES

  • Series 1: THESES, ESSAYS, ARTICLES
  • On shelf:
  • Bartholow, John. “The American Lyceum, 1826-1839.” Paper for class; State University of Iowa.
  • Canning, Charlotte. “The Platform Versus the Stage: The Circuit Chautauqua’s Antitheatrical Theatre.” Theatre Journal, vol. 50 (October 1998) 303-318
  • Darling, Glenn H. The Chautauqua in Black Hawk County, Iowa. Thesis, Master of Arts, Department of History, State University of Iowa, July - 1936
  • Darling, Glenn H. “The Chautauqua Movement.” Paper written under direction of Dr. Thornton, State University of Iowa, n.d.
  • Dobrovolny, George. “Chautauqua in the South”. Submitted as a seminar paper, American Social and Economic History, State University of Iowa, n.d.
  • Eddy, Margaret M. The History of the Chautauqua in Cherokee, Iowa. Thesis, Master of Arts, Department of History, State University of Iowa, August - 1938
  • Flanagan, Robert. Jupus Redeye, a Play in Two Acts. Typescript, which was eventually published
  • Graham, Donald L. “Aspects of the Chautauqua Movement in the Mid-west.” Submitted as a seminar paper, American Social and Economic History, State University of Iowa, May - 1952
  • Graham, Donald L. "Aspects of the Circuit Chautauqua Movement." Presented as a paper in American Civilization seminar, State University of Iowa, July - 1952
  • Jones, Carol M. History of the Fairfield ( Iowa) Chautauqua. Thesis, Master of Arts, Department of History, State University of Iowa (2 copies). August - 1935
  • Kee, J. Francis. History of the Clear Lake, Iowa, Chautauqua. Thesis, Master of Arts, Department of Education, State University of Iowa, August - 1938
  • Kee, J. Francis. “The National Chautauqua Movement.” A brief study paper. State University of Iowa, Summer session - 1938
  • Kiser, Pearl Renner. History of Iowa City Chautauqua. Thesis, Master of Arts, Department of History, State University of Iowa, August - 1935
  • Lile, V. Deacon. History of the Lincoln Chautauqua Association of Lincoln, Illinois. Thesis, Master of Arts, Department of Education, State University of Iowa, August - 1938
  • Lile, V. Deacon. “ Readings in the History of Chautauqua.” Paper for History 271S, State University of Iowa, undated.
  • Meyer, Duane G. The Rise of the Circuit Chautauqua in Terms of Leadership. [Paper for class?]
  • Nau, Helen Gladstone. The Chautauqua in Des Moines County, Iowa. Thesis, Master of Arts, Department of History, State University of Iowa, August - 1937
  • Riechmann, Fred. Public or Folk Response to the Circuit Chautauqua. Seminar: American Social and Economic History, in the Department of History in the Graduate College of the State University of Iowa, January - 1951
  • Smith, Esther. “The Chautauqua.” [Paper for class?] State University of Iowa, July 28 - 1938
  • Thornton, Harrison John. "Chautauqua in Iowa," Iowa Journal of History. Vol.50:No.2 (April 1952), pp. 97-122.
  • Thornton, Dr. Harrison and William Bock. “Music and Drama in Circuit Chautauqua.” Undated
  • Unterkircher, Margaret. “The Chautauqua of the South.” History S. 184, State University of Iowa, March 11 - 1939
  • Waterman, Bertha. A History of the Chautauqua at Clarinda, Iowa. Thesis, Master of Arts, Department of History, State University of Iowa, August - 1937
  • Wheelock, Lewis F. “The Quest for a Balanced Judgment. An analysis of the attitude toward American labor developed in “The Chautauquan” magazine, 1880-1900.” Paper for American Social and Economic History class, State University of Iowa, undated
  • Whiteford, Florence L. “Emerson’s Lyceum.” Paper for 212s seminar. State University of Iowa, undated
  • Wick, Iverne. The Circuit Chautauqua: 1904 to 1915. Thesis, Master of Arts, Department of History, State University of Iowa (2 copies). August - 1938
  • Williams, Harold S. “The Rise and Decline of the Chautauqua.” [Paper for class?]
  • Wurster, Austie K. Women in Chautauqua. Paper submitted for a seminar: Social and Economic History, State University of Iowa - 1951

This collection is indexed under the following subject terms.