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Box 1

 Container

Contains 21 Collections and/or Records:

William T. Parry papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 22/5F/767
Abstract Papers of William Tuthill Parry, University at Buffalo Professor of Philosophy.

"William Tuthill Parry"; Peter H. Hare and Edward H. Madden; "Memorial Service for William Tuthill Parry", 1979

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Scope and Contents Includes reminiscences from colleagues.

Early Papers, circa 1919-1928

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Scope and Contents Papers of William Tuthill Parry (1908 1988), Professor of Philosophy, State University of New York at Buffalo, concerning his teaching, study and writing on analytic implications, modal and symbolic logic, including correspondence with C.I. Lewis, and Edward Hacker; also included is correspondence, 1936-1937, concerning the founding of the journal, Science and Society; and Parry's directorship of the Progressive Labor School in Boston, Massachusetts, 1937-1938, and his dismissal from the...

Lecture Notes, circa 1930s

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Scope and Contents Papers of William Tuthill Parry (1908 1988), Professor of Philosophy, State University of New York at Buffalo, concerning his teaching, study and writing on analytic implications, modal and symbolic logic, including correspondence with C.I. Lewis, and Edward Hacker; also included is correspondence, 1936-1937, concerning the founding of the journal, Science and Society; and Parry's directorship of the Progressive Labor School in Boston, Massachusetts, 1937-1938, and his dismissal from the...

"Implication" [Parry's Harvard PhD dissertation], 1931

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Scope and Contents Papers of William Tuthill Parry (1908 1988), Professor of Philosophy, State University of New York at Buffalo, concerning his teaching, study and writing on analytic implications, modal and symbolic logic, including correspondence with C.I. Lewis, and Edward Hacker; also included is correspondence, 1936-1937, concerning the founding of the journal, Science and Society; and Parry's directorship of the Progressive Labor School in Boston, Massachusetts, 1937-1938, and his dismissal from the...

Progressive Labor School Exhibits Holmes Commission, 1938

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Scope and Contents Papers of William Tuthill Parry (1908 1988), Professor of Philosophy, State University of New York at Buffalo, concerning his teaching, study and writing on analytic implications, modal and symbolic logic, including correspondence with C.I. Lewis, and Edward Hacker; also included is correspondence, 1936-1937, concerning the founding of the journal, Science and Society; and Parry's directorship of the Progressive Labor School in Boston, Massachusetts, 1937-1938, and his dismissal from the...

Progressive Labor - School Catalogs, 1930s

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Scope and Contents Papers of William Tuthill Parry (1908 1988), Professor of Philosophy, State University of New York at Buffalo, concerning his teaching, study and writing on analytic implications, modal and symbolic logic, including correspondence with C.I. Lewis, and Edward Hacker; also included is correspondence, 1936-1937, concerning the founding of the journal, Science and Society; and Parry's directorship of the Progressive Labor School in Boston, Massachusetts, 1937-1938, and his dismissal from the...

Progressive Labor School - Outlines of Courses, 1930s

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Scope and Contents Papers of William Tuthill Parry (1908 1988), Professor of Philosophy, State University of New York at Buffalo, concerning his teaching, study and writing on analytic implications, modal and symbolic logic, including correspondence with C.I. Lewis, and Edward Hacker; also included is correspondence, 1936-1937, concerning the founding of the journal, Science and Society; and Parry's directorship of the Progressive Labor School in Boston, Massachusetts, 1937-1938, and his dismissal from the...

Progressive Labor School - Reading material, 1930s

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Scope and Contents Papers of William Tuthill Parry (1908 1988), Professor of Philosophy, State University of New York at Buffalo, concerning his teaching, study and writing on analytic implications, modal and symbolic logic, including correspondence with C.I. Lewis, and Edward Hacker; also included is correspondence, 1936-1937, concerning the founding of the journal, Science and Society; and Parry's directorship of the Progressive Labor School in Boston, Massachusetts, 1937-1938, and his dismissal from the...

Dialectical Materialism, 1930s

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Scope and Contents Papers of William Tuthill Parry (1908 1988), Professor of Philosophy, State University of New York at Buffalo, concerning his teaching, study and writing on analytic implications, modal and symbolic logic, including correspondence with C.I. Lewis, and Edward Hacker; also included is correspondence, 1936-1937, concerning the founding of the journal, Science and Society; and Parry's directorship of the Progressive Labor School in Boston, Massachusetts, 1937-1938, and his dismissal from the...