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Papers, 1932-1975

 File — Box: 6

Scope and Contents

  1. Kinesics, etc.: articles, chapters from books
  2. Edmund Glenn (State Report): articles, letters, notes
  3. English teaching - pamphlets, journals, letters, articles (unlabeled)
  4. Mr. Smith: Mimeographed articles, exercises on English grammar, reading
  5. Group of articles, journals, children's books, pertaining to learning to read methods (not in folders)
  6. Articles by various scholars pertaining to Linguistics, Philosophy, culture studies (unlabeled)
  7. Row Peterson -Reading- Publishing Co., correspondence
  8. Row, Peterson and Co, correspondence
  9. Group of articles (not in folder)
  10. Teaching of Reading - teacher's manuals, correspondence, handwritten notes
  11. Maryland State Department of Education- correspondence with H.L. Smith when he was Dean of School of Languages of the Foreign Language Institute 1951-1955; reports, minutes of meetings concerning teaching of foreign languages
  12. Brockport Spelling Project: kindergarten teacher's manuals 1959 and correspondence
  13. Linguistics and Teaching, 1957-1961: correspondence, newspaper articles, book review by H.L.S. on The Study of Language by J.B. Carroll, articles
  14. Donald J. Lloyd, correspondence, articles, visual instruction magazines, one copy of the Saturday Review
  15. Programming - Linguistic Transfer Project - National Science Foundation: correspondence, proposals, reports, articles
  16. Programming - National Science Foundation - proposals for research project: "Linguistics Transformation Project" by Z.S. Harris, 1964
  17. Spring Faculty Conference, 1961, reports
  18. "D" correspondence to and from person whose name begins with "D", 1964-1972
  19. "E" correspondence, 1963, 1969
  20. Letter to family from Smith April 8, 1942 from Brown University (no folder)
  21. George P. Faust, correspondence, 1963-1971
  22. "F, G, H, I, J" correspondence, articles
  23. East-West Center (Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West: University of Hawaii), correspondence
  24. Ford Foundation, correspondence
  25. Niagara Falls - Structural Linguistics for Teaching English: mimeographed articles, handwritten notes, journals, exams


  • 1932-1975


Terms of Access

The Henry Lee Smith papers are open for research.
Please note: This collection is stored off-site. Access to collection requires 3 business days’ notice. Contact University Archives at (716) 645-2916 or to schedule an appointment.


From the Collection: 22.5 Linear Feet (15 cartons)

Language of Materials


Repository Details

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