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Mary Lago Collection.

Box 1. Series I. Clippings re: Mary Lago.

  • 1 ca. 1945
  • 2 1960-1969
  • 3 1970-1979
  • 4 1980-1989

Box 1. Series II. Contracts.

Arranged as found.

  • 5 Gladwyn Lago contracts. John Wiley Book, 1973-1995
  • 6 Gladwyn Lago contracts. Circuit Theory book, 1956-1977
  • 7 Gladwyn Lago contracts. Royalty statements, 1967-1985
  • 8 Contracts, correspondence re: Imperfect Encounter
  • 9 Contracts, correspondence re: Men and Memories
  • 10 Contracts, correspondence re: Max and Will; Lago-Beckson agreement; Tagore-Rothenstein permissions
  • 11 Contracts: Tagore collected essays
  • 12 Contracts: American Scholar, Olson, Sargent biography, Dissertation copyright
  • 13 Contracts, Burne-Jones Talking
  • 14 Contracts, various
  • 15 Contracts, various
  • 16 Contracts, Forster projects
  • 17 Contracts, various
  • 18 Contracts, various

Box 1. Series III. Course Material (Mary Lago as student and instructor).

[see also: Diaries and Notebooks: Course Notebooks and Subject Files]

As Student:

  • 19 English 318, 1963 [Introduction to Criticism (W.B. Clarke)]. Incl. ML paper: “An Aristotelian Analysis of Othello”
  • 20 English 362, 1965 [English Novel] Incl. ML paper: “Conrad’s Fucntional Uses of Time Sequence”
  • 21 English 363, 1965
  • 22 English 375, 1967
  • 23 English 377, 1964
  • 24 English 393, 1966
  • 25 English 404 seminar paper (on Tagore)
  • 26 English 404 seminar paper rewritten for Literature East and West
  • 27 English 451, 1964
  • 28 English 451, 1965
  • 29 English 455, 1965
  • 30 English 464, 1980
  • 31 English 474, 1966
  • 32 English 493, 1966
  • 33 English 499, 1968
  • 34 Polsci 373, 1966 [Political Cultures of Southeast Asia (Wallace)]
  • 35 Hist 103, 1974 [Making of Modern England]
  • 36 Hist 103, 1979 [Making of Modern England]
  • 37 Hist 160, 1964 [History of India]
  • 38 Hist 162, 1965 [History of India in Modern Period]
  • 39 Hist 326, 1993 [Modern Britain, 1688-1875 (Ted Koditeschek)]
  • 40 Hist 403, 1966 [Bengali History (Kopf)]
  • 41 Art 250, 1993 [Italian Renaissance Art (Norman Land)]
  • 42 Art 270, 1994 [Venetian Painting (Norman Land)]
  • 43 Art 353, 1994 [Nineteenth-Century European Art (Pat Crown)]

As Instructor:

  • 44 English 3, 1986 [Introduction to Fiction]
  • 45 English 3, 1990 [Introduction to Fiction]
  • 46 English 30, 1966
  • 47 English 30, 1968
  • 48 English 40, 1967
  • 49 English 65GH, 1965 [Honors Exposition]
  • 50 English 202, 1989 [British Tradition in Literature]
  • 51 English 367, n.d. [Age of Victoria]
  • 52 English 367, 1979 [Age of Victoria]
  • 53 English 367, 1981 [Age of Victoria]
  • 54 English 368, 1986, 1988 [Nineteenth-century English Novel]
  • 55 English 397, 1971 [proposed course on Empire in British Fiction]
  • 56 English 427, 1994 [incl. class rosters] [Victorian/Edwardian Fiction]
  • 57 English 466, 1980
  • 58 English 466, 1980 [incl. class roster and student work]
  • 59 English 468, 1981
  • 60 Victorian Studies survey
  • 61 Virginia Woolf Symposium, MU, 1979
  • 62 Irish Symposium, MU, 1981 [incl. correspondence with Richard Ellmann]
  • 63 India Notes
  • 64 Certificates [Phi Mu (Beta Kappa), 1937; Sigma Tau Delta (Professional English fraternity), 1937; Theta Alpha Phi (National Honorary Dramatic Fraternity), 1938; The Christian Association of Buckness University, 1940; University of Missouri, M.A., 1965; University of Missouri, PhD, 1969; Phi Beta Kappa, 1971; Bucknell Univeristy, Doctor of Literature (honorary), 1981; Catherine P. Middlebush Chair, 1988-1991; University of Missouri, Professor Emeritus, 1990; Bucknell University, Emeritus Club, 1990; Universtity of Missouri, Curator’s Award for Scholarly Excellence, 1995; MU Libraries, Women’s History Month, 1996]
  • 65 Commencement Programs
  • 66 University of Missouri, Transcripts