Core Curriculum records, 1937-2020, bulk 1937-1995 13.86 linear feet
Diana Trilling papers, 1921-1996 29.75 linear feet
Eric L. McKitrick Papers, 1934-2001 21.42 linear feet
F. W. (Frederick Wilcox) Dupee papers, 1778-2003, bulk 1933-1979 9.43 linear feet
Hector Berlioz papers, 1825-1994 27 linear feet
Correspondence, manuscripts, papers, essays, etc. relating to Berlioz, and 19th century arts and literature. The correspondence includes original Berlioz letters and over 200 copies of letters relating to Berlioz and the romantic era, written by musicians, critics, historians, and literateurs of the past century. There are many photostats of letters and manuscripts obtained from the principal libraries of the world which hold original Berlioz material. The collection includes much printed material in the form of music scores, published letters, essays, clippings, biographies, music and book catalogues, program notes, and playbills.
Letters written to Jacobson from Jacques Barzun, William Phillips, Mario Praz, David Stacton, Diana Trilling, and Lionel Trilling, concerning a variety of personal, literary, and academic matters. Also, a Stacton typescript, and one miscellaneous letter.
Jacques Barzun papers, 1900-1999 225 linear feet
John Howard Griffin papers, 1920-1980 27 linear feet
Correspondence, manuscripts, documents, photographs, and printed materials by and about John Howard Griffin. The correspondence is extensive and includes letter from Jacques Maritain; Thomas Merton; Maxwell Geismar; Eldridge Cleaver; Robert Casadeus; Abraham Rattner; P.D. East; Joseph Noonan; Sarah Patton Boyle; Lillian Smith; Father August Thompson; Nell Dorr; and Brother Patrick Hart. All of his major works are represented in manuscript form (usually typescript, carbon). In addition there are many original photographs by Griffin, which he pasted throughout his extensive journal, 1950-1980. This journal is a remarkable account of his life and thoughts, extending to over 3,000 pages.
Joseph Dorfman papers, 1890-1983 40.5 linear feet
Correspondence, manuscripts, notes, documents, book typescripts, photographs, and printed materials covering the time from Dorfman's early interest, as a graduate student, in the economic thought of Thorstein Veblen until his retirement. There is correspondence with his academic colleagues, students, publishers, and the family and students of Thorstein Veblen, as well as manuscripts, typescripts, drafts, revisions, notes, photographs, pamphlets, and related materials for his articles and books which include: THORSTEIN VEBLEN AND HIS AMERICA, 1934; THE ECONOMIC MIND IN AMERICAN CIVILIZATION, 1946-1959; EARLY AMERICAN POLICY, 1960; INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS, 1963; TYPES OF ECONOMIC THEORY, 1967; and NEW LIGHT ON VEBLEN, 1973