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William Harry Jellema Collection

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Biographical Material

Preparatory Years, University of Michigan

Early Calvin College Period

Indiana University Period

The Harvard University Semester

Late Calvin College Period

Hope College, 1944; Fuller Seminary, 1954-1958

Haverford College Experience

Grand Valley State College Period

Philosophy Department, Calvin College

Philosophy Department, Calvin College

Philosophy Department, Indiana University

Bibliographies

Correspondence

Notes re: Various Subjects

Papers

Published Articles

Speaking Engagements

Special Reports

Calvin Foundation Activities; Junior College Studies

Grand Rapids Christian High Board; Christian Labor Association (CLA) Contacts

Resource Material: Abstracts and Articles Reprinted

Resource Material: Educational Bulletins, Curriculum

Resource Material: Brochures

Publications

Publications, Bound Copies

Books with Notations

Resource Material, Brochures, Reprints

Books, Brochures, Reprints:  A - E

Books, Brochures:  E - W

Published Articles; Resource Material

Grand Valley State College, Philosophy Department Material

Grand Valley State College, Philosophy 101

Grand Valley State College, Preliminary Drafts of the Blue Book

Grand Valley State College Blue Books

Grand Valley State College, Lectures on Ethics

Artifacts

Family Correspondence and Genealogy



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Collection Overview

Title: William Harry Jellema Collection, 1868-1982

ID: COLL/135

Primary Creator: William Harry Jellema (1893-1982)

Extent: 63.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Folder level description

Abstract

Philosophy professor at Calvin College and at Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. This extensive collection includes lectures; articles; pamphlets; reports; correspondence; a study entitled “The Curriculum in a Liberal Arts College”; an interview detailing  memories of the Christian Reformed Church, its ministers, and the Dutch community; gown, cap, and two hoods; family correspondence and genealogy materials; compact discs; and sound recordings. [See also the Campus Titles Database.]

Biographical Note

William Harry Jellema was born in Chicago, Illinois on March 10, 1893. Jellema attended Calvin College and graduated in 1914. He went on to earn his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. In 1920, Jellema returned to Calvin, not as a student, but as a professor of philosophy. Jellema served Calvin until 1936 when he accepted a faculty position at Indiana University. While at Indiana University, Jellema served as head of the university’s philosophy department until 1947. Jellema returned once again to Calvin College to teach philosophy, and did so until his “first” retirement in 1963.

A former student of Jellema, Alvin Plantinga once said, “By far, he was the greatest teacher of philosophy I’ve ever encountered and probably the greatest teacher of anything I’ve ever encountered.” Inspired by Jellema, Plantinga also became a philosophy professor at Calvin.

Although “retired,” Jellema accepted an offer from Grand Valley State Colleges to set up the new state school’s philosophy department. Jellema served GVSC until his official retirement in 1975. At the age of 89, the philosophy professor of fifty-five years, William Harry Jellema, passed away at Butterworth Hospital on May 16, 1982. His wife, Frances, preceded him in death, but five of his children survived him: Dirk, Jon, Gay, Mary, and Trudy.


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[Series 1: Biographical Material, 1910-1980],
[Series 2: Preparatory Years, University of Michigan, 1914-1922],
[Series 3: Early Calvin College Period, 1920-1948],
[Series 4: Indiana University Period, 1937-1953],
[Series 5: The Harvard University Semester, 1938-1939],
[Series 6: Late Calvin College Period, 1948-1963],
[Series 7: Hope College, 1944; Fuller Seminary, 1954-1958],
[Series 8: Haverford College Experience, 1960-1962],
[Series 9: Grand Valley State College Period, 1963-1974],
[Series 10: Philosophy Department, Calvin College, 1928-1959],
[Series 11: Philosophy Department, Calvin College, 1928-1959],
[Series 12: Philosophy Department, Indiana University, 1936-1966],
[Series 13: Bibliographies, 1938-1949],
[Series 14: Correspondence, 1920-1975],
[Series 15: Notes re: Various Subjects, 1923-1974],
[Series 16: Papers, 1917-1962],
[Series 17: Published Articles, 1921-1967],
[Series 18: Speaking Engagements, 1920-1965],
[Series 19: Special Reports, 1926-1969],
[Series 20: Calvin Foundation Activities; Junior College Studies, 1949-1959],
[Series 21: Grand Rapids Christian High Board; Christian Labor Association (CLA) Contacts, 1932-1963],
[Series 22: Resource Material: Abstracts and Articles Reprinted],
[Series 23: Resource Material: Educational Bulletins, Curriculum],
[Series 24: Resource Material: Brochures],
[Series 25: Publications],
[Series 26: Publications, Bound Copies],
[Series 27: Books with Notations],
[Series 28: Resource Material, Brochures, Reprints],
[Series 29: Books, Brochures, Reprints:  A - E],
[Series 30: Books, Brochures:  E - W],
[Series 31: Published Articles; Resource Material],
[Series 32: Grand Valley State College, Philosophy Department Material, 1967-1969],
[Series 33: Grand Valley State College, Philosophy 101, 1963-1977],
[Series 34: Grand Valley State College, Preliminary Drafts of the Blue Book, 1970-1977],
[Series 35: Grand Valley State College Blue Books, 1967-1973],
[Series 36: Grand Valley State College, Lectures on Ethics],
[Series 37: Artifacts],
[Series 38: Family Correspondence and Genealogy, 1868-1982],
[All]

Series 1: Biographical Material --- 1910-1980
Box 1
Folder 1: Biographical items
Folder 2: Diploma of the Theologische School van de Hollandsche Christelijke Gereformeerde Kerk --- 1910
Folder 3: Negatives of photographs from early years, small photo album --- 1935
Folder 4: Pocket class book, 7th grade --- 1912
Folder 5: Notations on student papers --- 1914
Folder 6: Notes on "Fine Arts" paper --- 1915
Folder 7: Interview by D. Jellema and H. Brinks, transcript (see AV Collection Jellema, William H.)
Folder 8
Item 1: Reminiscences --- 1980
Item 2: Diary --- 1918
Folder 9: "William Harry Jellema: Mr. Liberal Arts," Joan Huyser-Honig. The Banner --- June 22, 1981
Folder 10: Program of a memorial philosophy conference at Calvin College --- November 1982
Folder 11: Funeral messages on the passing of Frances Jellema --- May 5, 1961
Folder 12: Memorabilia: travel items, etc.
Folder 13: Calvin Distinguished Alumni Award, wall plaque --- May 27, 1967
Folder 14: Calvin Distinguished Alumni Award, , special citation --- May 27, 1967
Folder 15: Phi Beta Kappa member, Indiana University --- 1944
Folder 16: Photo of three contemporary philosophers, given by the president of Indiana University
Folder 17: William Harry Jellema Library
Series 2: Preparatory Years, University of Michigan --- 1914-1922
Box 2
Folder 1: Contemporary French Philosophy (11), 2d semester, class notes --- 1914-1915
Folder 2: History of Ancient Philosophy (4) class notes
Folder 3: Metaphysics (4), 2d semester, Parker, class notes --- 1915
Folder 4: Philosophy 2 notes
Folder 5: Philosophy of Religion, W. Wenley, typed notes
Folder 6: Philosophy of Religion class notes --- 1917
Folder 7: Philosophy of Religion, handwritten and typed class notes --- October 4, 1917 - January 17, 1918
Folder 8: Philosophy of Religion, class notes --- summer 1921
Folder 9: "What is idealism?" class notes
Folder 10: Psychology class notes
Folder 11: Class registers, teaching Philosophy 1 at the University of Michigan --- 1922
Folder 12: "Philosophy of Josiah Royce," dissertation, University of Michigan --- 1922
Series 3: Early Calvin College Period --- 1920-1948
Box 3
Folder 1: Debating class notes and papers --- 1931-1932
Folder 2: Girls Philosophy Club membership and notes --- 1926
Folder 3: Kant Club membership and notes
Folder 4: Plato Club membership and notes
Folder 5: Philosophy Department, courses offered --- 1921-1936
Folder 6: Psychology (Phil. 1) lecture notes --- 1923-1924
Folder 7: Psychology lecture notes --- 1924
Folder 8: Psychology lecture notes --- 1925-1926
Folder 9: Psychology lecture notes --- 1926-1927
Folder 10: Psychology lecture notes, outline of McDougall's Introduction to Psychology --- 1927-1928
Folder 11: Psychology lecture notes, abstract of McDougall's Introduction to Psychology --- 1928-1929
Folder 12: History of Psychology lecture notes --- undated
Folder 13: Logic lecture notes --- 1920-1921
Folder 14: Introduction to Method and History of Philosophy lecture notes --- 1920-1921
Folder 15: Introduction to Philosophy notes, typed --- 1921-1922
Folder 16: Introduction to Philosophy (3) --- 1924
Folder 17: Introduction to Philosophy (3) lecture notes --- 1928-1929
Folder 18: Introduction to Philosophy (203) outline, additional notes --- 1930-1931
Folder 19: Introduction to Philosophy (203) lecture notes --- 1932
Box 4
Folder 1: Ancient Philosophy lecture notes --- 1922
Folder 2: Ancient Philosophy (4) lecture notes --- 1923
Folder 3: Ancient Philosophy lecture notes --- 1923-1924
Folder 4: Ancient Philosophy (4) lecture notes --- 1927
Folder 5: Ancient Philosophy to St. Augustine lecture notes --- 1928
Folder 6: Ancient Philosophy (4) lecture notes --- 1928-1929
Folder 7: Ancient Philosophy (4) lecture notes --- 1929
Folder 8: Ancient Philosophy to St. Augustine lecture notes --- 1930-1931
Folder 9: History of Philosophy to St. Augustine (204) lecture notes --- 1932
Folder 10: History of Philosophy (5) lecture notes --- 1924-1925
Folder 11: History of Philosophy (5), text: F. Thilly, lecture notes --- 1925-1926
Folder 12: History of Philosophy from Augustine to Kant (5) lecture notes --- 1927-1928
Folder 13: History of Philosophy (5) lecture notes --- 1929
Folder 14: History of Philosophy (6) lecture notes --- 1924-1925
Folder 15: History of Medieval Philosophy (301) lecture notes --- 1932
Box 5
Folder 1: History of Modern Philosophy lecture notes --- 1921-1922
Folder 2: History of Modern Philosophy (6) lecture notes --- 1922
Folder 3: History of Modern Philosophy (5) lecture notes --- 1921, 1923, 1924
Folder 4: History of Modern Philosophy lecture notes --- 1923-1924
Folder 5: History of Philosophy, Philosophy of the 19th century (6) lecture notes --- 1923-1924
Folder 6: History of Philosophy, Kant and after (6/302) notes --- 1927
Folder 7: Modern Philosophy, lecture notes of W. H. Jellema written by H. Stob
Folder 8: Modern Philosophy, outlined notes of H. Stob --- 1949
Folder 9: Modern Philosophy, Kant and Hegel notes --- 1920
Folder 10: Modern Philosophy (302?) notes on Richard Kroner's Kant's Weltanschauung
Folder 11: Modern Philosophy, Kant's Critique of Pure Reason notes --- 1926
Folder 12: Modern Philosophers: Fichte, Hegel, Locke, Schelling: life, works, general positions, --- undated
Box 6
Folder 1: Ethics (7) lecture notes --- 1923
Folder 2: Ethics (7) notes and additional material --- 1925
Folder 3: Ethics (7) lecture notes --- 1928-1929
Folder 4: Ethics (7/303) lecture notes of previous years inserted --- 1930-1931
Folder 5: Ethics (303) lecture notes --- 1932-1933
Folder 6: Metaphysics (8) lecture and additional notes --- 1923
Folder 7: Metaphysics (7/8) lecture notes --- 1926-1931
Folder 8: Metaphysics (7/8) lecture notes --- 1926-1928
Folder 9: Metaphysics (8/306) lecture notes --- 1928-1930
Folder 10: Metaphysics (306) lecture notes --- 1929-1930
Folder 11: Metaphysics (306) lecture notes --- 1930-1931
Folder 12: Metaphysics (306) lecture notes --- 1930-1933
Folder 13: Metaphysics (306) lecture notes --- 1932-1933
Box 7
Folder 1: Philosophy courses --- 1939-1941
Folder 2: Philosophy examination questions --- 1940-1948
Folder 3: Perspectives, lecture material --- 1939
Folder 4: Introduction to Philosophy (100) lecture notes
Folder 5: Introduction to Philosophy (100a) correspondence course
Folder 6: Introduction to Philosophy (100a) correspondence material --- 1943
Folder 7: Logic (120) lecture notes and exams --- 1938
Folder 8: Logic (120) lecture material --- 1939-1941
Folder 9: Logic (120) lecture notes and class material --- 1942
Folder 10: Logic (120) lecture outlines --- 1943-1944
Folder 11: Logic (120) lecture material --- 1946-1947
Folder 12: Logic (120) mimeographed material and notes --- 1947-1948
Series 4: Indiana University Period --- 1937-1953
Box 8
Folder 1: Ethics (C203) extension division, correspondence study assignments
Folder 2: Ethics (203) notes --- Summer 1937
Folder 3: Ethics (203) outline for February, typed material --- 1938
Folder 4: Ethics (203) handwritten notes --- 1939
Folder 5: Ethics (203) typed and handwritten notes --- 1939-1940
Folder 6: Ethics (203) additional notes --- 1939-1940
Folder 7: Ethics (203) lecture notes including notes from previous lectures --- 1942
Folder 8: Ethics (203) lecture notes including notes from previous lectures --- 1942
Folder 9: Ethics (203) lecture notes including notes from previous lectures --- 1942
Folder 10: Ethics (203) lecture notes, typed material --- 1942-1943
Box 9
Folder 1: History of Philosophy (206) syllabus outline and questions --- 1939
Folder 2: History of Philosophy (206) lecture outlines and exams --- 1940-1941
Folder 3: History of Philosophy (206) typed notes --- 1942-1943
Folder 4: History of Philosophy (206) lecture notes including notes from previous lectures --- 1944
Folder 5: History of Philosophy (206) lecture notes including notes from previous lectures --- 1947
Folder 6: History of Philosophy (206) lecture notes --- 1947-1948
Folder 7: History of Philosophy lecture notes --- undated
Folder 8: Modern Philosophy (207) notes on philosophers --- 1937
Folder 9: Modern Philosophy (207) class notes, questions on Weber --- 1937-1938
Folder 10: Modern Philosophy (207) lecture notes --- 1947
Folder 11: Place of Religion in Modern Society, Business Ad, students orientation course --- 1938-1939
Folder 12: Representative thinkers, extension course, notes and note book --- 1938-1939
Folder 13: Representative thinkers, student notes on lectures
Folder 14: Philosophy 225, text: Elements of Constructive Philosophy by J. S. MacKensie, lecture notes and discussion material --- 1936
Folder 15: Moral theory on the common sense level, conservativism and radicalism, (327) typed and handwritten notes
Box 10
Folder 1: Introduction to Philosophy (227 and 227S) typed notes --- 1937, 1942
Folder 2: Philosophy of Religion (228) outline of the course notes
Folder 3: Philosophy of Religion (228) the self-definition of religion, typed materials
Folder 4: Philosophy of Religion (228) lecture notes --- 1938-1939
Folder 5: Philosophy of Religion (228) lecture notes --- 1939-1940
Folder 6: Philosophy of Religion (228) handwritten notes --- 1944-1945
Folder 7: Philosophy of Religion (228) including notes of previous lectures
Folder 8: Philosophy of Religion (228) typed notes --- 1946-1947
Folder 9: Philosophy of Religion (228) student questions and lecture notes --- 1947
Folder 10: Philosophy of Religion (228a) lecture notes, questions --- 1936-1937
Folder 11: Philosophy of Religion (228b) notes on W. K. Wright --- 1936
Folder 12: Philosophy of Religion (228b) typed notes
Folder 13: Philosophy of Religion (228b) handwritten notes --- 1946-1947
Folder 14: Philosophy of Religion (C228a) correspondence course assignments --- 1937
Folder 15: Philosophy of Religion (C228b) correspondence course assignments, lecture notes
Folder 16: Philosophy of Religion (C228) correspondence course assignments and material --- 1947
Box 11
Folder 1: American Thought (231) subjects for reports, outline of Townsend's argument, notes --- 1937
Folder 2: Seminar in Francis Herbert Bradley, general assignments, bibliography, notes --- 1940-1941
Folder 3: Seminar in Plato (232) schematic outline of Kant's doctrine in the Critique of Pure Reason, notes --- 1936-1937
Folder 4: Kant (232), critique, notes --- 1938-1939
Folder 5: Kant seminar notes --- 1939-1940
Folder 6: Post-Kantian Idealism, Hegel's logic (232), typed and handwritten notes --- 1938
Folder 7: Kant (232) lecture notes --- 1952-1953
Folder 8: Metaphysics, reworked notes, notes from previous lectures included --- 1942-1943
Folder 9: Metaphysics, handwritten notes --- 1950-1951
Folder 10: Metaphysics, typed notes --- 1951-1952
Folder 11: Religion and democracy, lecture notes --- 1941
Folder 12: Modern mind, Calvin and democracy, notes, corrections
Folder 13: Modern mind, Calvin and democracy, notebook notes and additional notes
Series 5: The Harvard University Semester --- 1938-1939
Box 12
Folder 1: Systematic Ethics (203) lecture notes including notes from previous years
Folder 2: History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (206), notes from lectures of previous years
Folder 3: Post-Kantian idealism, handwritten notes --- February 17, 1939 - March 23, 1939
Folder 4: Post-Kantian Idealism, handwritten notes --- March 24, 1939 - May 3, 1939
Folder 5: Philosophy of Religion (228) notes used at Harvard
Folder 6: Harvard University Catalogue, list of professors and courses offered --- Nov-38
Series 6: Late Calvin College Period --- 1948-1963
Box 13
Folder 1: Philosophy Department courses offered --- 1948-1963
Folder 2: Perspectives (203) lecture notes --- 1949-1950
Folder 3: Perspectives (202) lecture notes --- 1951-1952
Folder 4: Perspectives (202) lecture notes --- 1952-1953
Folder 5: Perspectives (202) outline --- 1953-1954
Folder 6: Perspectives (202) handwritten and typed notes --- 1954-1955
Folder 7: Perspectives (202) handwritten and typed notes --- 1955-1956
Folder 8: Perspectives (202) typed outline --- 1958
Folder 9: Perspectives (202S) typed notes of lectures by M. O. --- Summer 1959
Folder 10: Perspectives (201, 202, 203) exams --- 1949
Folder 11: History of Philosophy, Ancient (204) early Greek philosophers, notes
Folder 12: History of Philosophy (204) typed notes --- 1948-1949?
Folder 13: History of Philosophy (204) transcribed notes from tape of lecture two of summer course, by R. Verhulst --- undated
Folder 14: Curriculum in a Liberal Arts College correspondence
Box 14
Folder 1: History of Philosophy, Medieval (301) lecture notes --- 1951
Folder 2: History of Philosophy, Medieval (301) mimeographed material and handwritten notes --- 1952-1954
Folder 3: History of Philosophy, Medieval (301b) requirements
Folder 4: History of Philosophy, Medieval (301) lecture notes --- 1954-1955
Folder 5: History of Philosophy, Medieval (301) lecture notes including material from previous lectures --- 1956-1957
Folder 6: History of Philosophy, Medieval, mimeographed material and additional notes --- 1958
Folder 7: History of Philosophy, Modern, notes on Locke --- undated
Folder 8: History of Philosophy, Modern, typed notes using Fuller as the text --- undated
Folder 9: History of Philosophy, Modern, mimeographed material and notes from previous years --- 1949
Folder 10: Elementary Ethics (205) transcribed notes of lectures --- Summer of 1959
Box 15
Folder 1: Philosophy of Science (303) mimeographed material for the course --- 1951-1952
Folder 2: Ethics (305) class notes and additional material --- 1947-1948
Folder 3: Ethics (305) notes --- 1949-1950
Folder 4: Ethics (305) lecture notes --- 1951-1952
Folder 5: Ethics (305) lecture notes --- 1953-1954
Folder 6: Ethics (305) lecture notes --- 1954-1955
Folder 7: Ethics (305) lecture notes --- 1955-1956, 1956-1957
Folder 8: Ethics, marriage course: The Ethics of Marriage, handwritten notes
Folder 9: Thomas Aquinas (306) notes --- 1949
Folder 10: Kant (351) Critique of Pure Reason, notes
Folder 11: Thomism (352) assignment and notes --- 1953-1954
Folder 12: Hegel (366) student papers, blue books, notes --- 1962-1963
Folder 13: Contemporary Philosophy (362) sketch of more important points, notes --- 1949-1950
Folder 14: Metaphysics (364) handwritten and typed notes
Folder 15: Kant (365) class notes --- May-59
Folder 16: Philosophy Department, examinations --- 1948-1963
Box 16
Folder 1: Lectures --- September 24 - October 15, 1962
Folder 2: Lectures --- October 15-31, 1962
Folder 3: Lectures --- November 5-26, 1962
Folder 4: Lectures --- November 28 - December 17, 1962
Folder 5: Lectures --- December 19, 1962 - February 22, 1963
Folder 6: Lectures --- February 27 - March 15, 1963
Folder 7: Lectures --- March 20 - April 15, 1963
Folder 8: Lectures --- April 17-26, 1963
Folder 9: Lectures --- May 1-13, 1963
Series 7: Hope College, 1944; Fuller Seminary, 1954-1958
Box 17
Folder 1: Christian Philosophy of Life, description and notes on a course given at Hope College --- 1944
Folder 2: Payton Lectures, correspondence on lectures given at Fuller Theological Seminary
Folder 3: Payton Lectures, notes written and other material used in preparation for lectures --- 1954-1958
Folder 4: Payton Lectures, notes written and other material used in preparation for lectures --- 1954-1958
Folder 5: Payton Lectures, notes written and other material used in preparation for lectures --- 1954-1958
Folder 6: Payton Lectures, essays of Regis Jolivet used in preparation for lectures
Folder 7: Payton Lectures, notes on the nature and meaning of mind, used in preparation for lectures
Folder 8: Payton Lectures, faith and reason in philosophy, five lectures, typed transcripts of taped lectures --- 1958
Series 8: Haverford College Experience --- 1960-1962
Box 18
Folder 1: Philosophy Department, schedule of courses and examinations --- 1961-1962
Folder 2: Philosophy Department, notes on books and articles used
Folder 3: Plato's Republic (11) notes for lectures --- 1960-1961
Folder 4: Ethics (12) notes for lectures
Folder 5: History of Philosophy, Ancient and Medieval (21) notes and additional material --- 1960-1961
Folder 6: History of Philosophy (22) supplementary reading, notes, and exams
Folder 7: Hegel's Phenomenology (33) notes for lectures --- 1961-1962
Folder 8: Hegel's Phenomenology (33) notes for lectures --- 1961-1962
Folder 9: Epistemology and Theological Problems (63) resume of course --- 1961-1962
Folder 10: Philosophy Seminar (64) student papers, topics on Descartes, Locke, Hume, Spinoza, and Nietzsche --- 1962
Folder 11: Haverford Philosophy Club, paper by D. Berggren --- 1961
Series 9: Grand Valley State College Period --- 1963-1974
Box 19
Folder 1: Curriculum Study Committee report and evaluation
Folder 2: Proposal for development of Grand Valley State College, correspondence item
Folder 3: Philosophy Department courses offered
Folder 4: Introduction to Philosophy (101) notes for lectures --- 1963-1964
Folder 5: Introduction to Philosophy (101) examinations --- 1965-1967
Folder 6: Introduction to Philosophy (101) notes for lectures --- 1966-1968
Folder 7: Introduction to Philosophy (101) aids for study of Plato's Republic --- 1969
Folder 8: Introduction to Philosophy (101) aids in reviewing Plato's Euthyphro, mimeographed material
Folder 9: Introduction to Philosophy (101) notes for lectures --- 1973
Folder 10: Introduction to Philosophy (101) outline of lectures in Philosophy 101 --- 1973
Folder 11: Perspectives (202) notes and examination, mimeographed material
Folder 12: Elementary Ethics (205) notes on text used
Folder 13: History of Philosophy, Ancient (301) notes --- 1947-1948
Folder 14: History of Philosophy, Medieval (301) notes for lectures
Folder 15: History of Philosophy, Medieval (303) notes for lectures, mimeographed material from previous years
Folder 16: History of Philosophy, Medieval (303) typed copy of "Aids for Study of the History of Medieval Philosophy" --- 1972
Folder 17: History of Philosophy, Medieval (303) mimeographed notes --- 1972-1973
Box 20
Folder 1: History of Philosophy, Medieval (203), text: Copleston, mimeographed and handwritten notes for lectures --- 1972
Folder 2: History of Philosophy, Modern (304) notes for lectures --- 1962
Folder 3: Ethics (305) sketch of Critique of Pure Reason --- 1962
Folder 4: Ethics (305) notes on Henry and Rand
Folder 5: St. Augustine's Ascent to Wisdom, typed notes --- 1970
Folder 6: Plato's Meno: an analysis of the dialogue, notes on Plato's Crito
Folder 7: Plato's Republic, aids, initial copy of aids for the study of Plato's Republic
Folder 8: Aids for the study of Plato's Republic, revised, mimeographed copy
Folder 9: Aids for the study of Plato's Republic, typed copy --- 1972
Folder 10: Aids for the study of Plato's Republic, mimeographed copy --- 1973
Folder 11: Plato's Euthyphro and outline of the Republic, mimeographed copy
Folder 12: RMCTA  (Rocky Mountain Christian Teachers Association) convention materials --- 1964
Box 21
Folder 1: Metaphysics notes for lectures --- 1963
Folder 2: Kant notes for lectures, includes notes --- 1967 and 1957
Folder 3: Kant (490) advanced study, class notes --- 1973-1974
Folder 4: Kant (499) notes and outlines for lectures --- 1973
Folder 5: Hegel's Phenomenology notes for lectures --- 1974
Folder 6: Comments on paper by D. J. Hoitenga "Fideism: Augustinian and Reformed"
Folder 7: Liberal education articles, notes, Philosophy Department --- 1965-1968
Folder 8: The state college and religion, notes and correspondence --- 1966-1967
Folder 9: Varia typed notes on various subjects: tradition and mores, the Janssen controversy, etc.
Folder 10
Item 1: Honorary degree, Doctor --- 14-Jun-70
Item 2: Certificate of Emeritation --- 8-Jun-74
Series 10: Philosophy Department, Calvin College --- 1928-1959
Box 22
Folder 1: College presidency reports --- 1930, 1951
Folder 2
Item 1: College president reports --- 1928, 1932, 1933
Item 2: enrollment statistics --- 1934
Folder 3: Concerning graduate degrees in theology; committee minutes and reports --- 1954-1959
Folder 4: Divisional organization of Calvin; reports and notes --- 1932
Folder 5: Dorm Board notes --- 15-Oct-29
Folder 6: Education Policy Committee minutes, reports --- 1946, 1956
Folder 7: Education policy papers, resource material
Folder 8: Liberal arts education notes
Folder 9: Long-range plan, committee reports and minutes --- 1949-1957
Folder 10: Philosophy Department: departmental notes, courses offered, minutes --- 1935-1959
Series 11: Philosophy Department, Calvin College --- 1928-1959
Box 22
Folder 11: Philosophy Department: committee recommendations of pre-seminary students --- 1955
Folder 12: Philosophy Department: educational notes, clippings, philosophy majors, newsletters
Folder 13: Public relations person, notes on meeting of some faculty members --- 2-Jun-33
Folder 14: Public relations program proposal
Series 12: Philosophy Department, Indiana University --- 1936-1966
Box 23
Folder 1: "The Classics at Indiana University," newsletter --- 1945
Folder 2: Classics Committee reports on curriculum --- 1944
Folder 3: Classics Committee report to Curriculum Committee --- 1946
Folder 4: Correspondence, Philosophy Department --- 1943
Folder 5: Correspondence on Deanship at Indiana University --- 1942
Folder 6: Definitions for dictionary of Education --- 1940
Folder 7: General pattern of the method of exposition of each philosopher or system, outline
Folder 8: Indiana University Foundation proposal for a study of the feasibility of a Christian student foundation --- 1966
Folder 9: Language Committee report to Policy Committee --- 1945
Folder 10: Liberal Arts program, articles, memos, reports --- 1940-1948
Folder 11: "On Liberal Education and the Restoration of the Classics," notes, revisions --- 1943
Folder 12: Liberal education, notes, revisions --- 1944-1945
Folder 13: Definition of Liberal Education, additional revisions
Box 24
Folder 1: Magisterial comprehensives, report --- undated
Folder 2: "Mind" courses, notes, diagrams --- 1954
Folder 3: Minnesota Reading Test scores --- 1952
Folder 4: Numbering system for philosophy courses, diagrams
Folder 5: Personnel records, Philosophy Department --- 1947
Folder 6: Participation in Ph.D. examination for M. W. Deputy, correspondence, reports, outline of thesis --- 1944
Folder 7: Philosophy courses, correspondence and charts --- 1938-1940
Folder 8: Philosophy Department: College of Arts and Science reports and papers --- 1943-1947
Folder 9: Place of religion in a State University, committee correspondence and questionnaires --- 1936-1938
Folder 10: Remodeling of Mitchell Hall, Philosophy Department, correspondence and plans --- 1937
Folder 11: Statement of some objectives in philosophy
Folder 12: Tentative plan for humanities survey course, notes and additional material
Folder 13: Veatch Seminar notes --- 1943
Series 13: Bibliographies --- 1938-1949
Box 25
Folder 1: American philosophers (early Calvin College period)
Folder 2: Apologetics (late Calvin College period)
Folder 3: Aristotle
Folder 4: Augustine (Indiana University period)
Folder 5: Bible (Indiana University period)
Folder 6: Book listings, Philosophy Department (early Calvin College period)
Folder 7: Books catalogued since January 1949
Folder 8: Calvin and Calvinism (late Calvin College period)
Folder 9: Conference of Allied Minister of Education, books and periodicals since 1939
Folder 10: Correspondence on book lists --- 1938-1948
Folder 11: Ethics (Indiana University period)
Folder 12: German (early Calvin College period)
Folder 13: Gilson, Etienne
Folder 14: Hegel (Indiana University period)
Folder 15: History of the Christian Church (Indiana University period)
Folder 16: History of religion (early Calvin College period)
Folder 17: Jewish religion (Indiana University period)
Folder 18: Liberal education (Indiana University period)
Folder 19: Logic (Indiana University period)
Folder 20: Philosophy Department, general listings
Folder 21: Plato (Indiana University period) 323, religion (early Calvin College period)
Folder 22: Religious books list --- 1946
Folder 23: Student lists for philosophy classes
Folder 24: Theology (Indiana University period)
Folder 25: Thought of the 19th century, general bibliography
Box 26
Folder 1: Book analyses, notes on books, bound notebook --- 1927
Folder 2: Calvin, Jean.  Some presuppositions of Calvin's Institutes
Folder 3: Communism, brief notes on books on communism
Folder 4: Cooley.  Life and the student, book notes --- 1927
Folder 5: Du Nouy, Pierre Lecomte.  Wij en onze bestemming, reprint of book review in Geloof en Wetenschap and other books
Folder 6: Drake, Durant.  Invitation to Philosophy, notes --- 1953
Folder 7: Drews, Arthur C. H.  Die deutsche Spekulation seit Kant, book notes --- 1929
Folder 8: Fuller.  History of Philosophy, outlined --- 1949
Folder 9: Hibben, John Grier. Problems of Philosophy, outlined --- 1921
Folder 10: Hocking, E.  Thoughts on death and life, reflections --- 1937
Folder 11: Hoeksema, T.  Geschiedenis der Philosophie, book review on religion and culture --- 1927
Folder 12: Kromminga, D.  Pagan preparation for the Gospel, book evaluation
Folder 13: Kroner, Richard.  Kant's Weltanschauung? various notes
Folder 14: Kuijper, F., Geloof en Wereldbeeld een Cultuur, extensive notes --- 1957
Folder 15: Lassoon, Georg. George Wilhelm, Friedrich Hegel, notes --- 1920
Folder 16: Magoun, H. W.  Some Minor Biblical Problems Scientifically Considered, summary of theses of the book
Folder 17: Niehbuhr, Richard.  Christ and Culture, outlined
Folder 18: Quotes from books and articles
Folder 19: Randall, J. K.  Making of the Modern Mind, outlined
Folder 20: Swets, W.  Fifty years of music at Calvin College, evaluation of manuscript
Folder 21: Ueberweg, Friedrich.  Die Deutsche Philosophie des XIX Jahrhunderts und der gegenwart, notes
Folder 22: Urban, W. M.  The Intelligible World, critical analysis --- 1936
Folder 23: Wild, John.  Plato's theory of man, book review by J. De Boer
Folder 24: Word study: Baconian method to problem, definitions
Folder 25: Word study: problematic to Zwingli, definitions
Series 14: Correspondence --- 1920-1975
Box 27
Folder 1: Ann to W. H. J. --- (undated)
Folder 2: To Dirk and Mary Jellema --- 1962
Folder 3: Bade, Herman on teaching philosophy at Calvin College
Folder 4: Bahm, Archie on dissertation submitted to W. H. J.
Folder 5: Bajema, J. on information in textbooks --- 1928
Folder 6: Beversluis, N. H. on philosophy of education, response
Folder 7: Book publishers --- 1922-1953
Folder 8: Calvin College period correspondence --- 1920-1936
Folder 9: Calvin College period correspondence --- 1948-1963
Folder 10: Christianity Today correspondence from Carl Henry on anticipated article --- 1956-1958
Folder 11: Costen, Johannes A. --- 1922
Folder 12: De Vries, Peter on critical observations --- 1932
Folder 13: Grand Valley State College period --- 1963-1975
Folder 14: Henry, Carl F. H. on scanning manuscript for publication --- Jan-46
Folder 15: Hoogstra, J.; invitation to join Christian Action Committee --- 1947
Folder 16: Keegstra, Neal; patient at Pine Rest, response --- 1934
Folder 17: Kort, Henry; response, on Christian education --- 1959-1960
Folder 18: Indiana University correspondence --- 1936-1948
Folder 19: Men's Forum, Third CRC of Kalamazoo --- Sep-48
Folder 20: Mission matters, letters from Bosscher, Bouma, etc.
Folder 21: National Union of Christian Schools, correspondence on Christian philosophy of education --- 1951
Folder 22: Postma, Richard on desire for reading list --- 1950
Folder 23: Publication Committee of The Banner from Calvin College, to editor on reference to Calvin College, --- September 23, 1950
Folder 24: Roelofs, Gerrit E. on political and personal news --- 1933
Folder 25: Rooks, Wendell H. on problems of faith and reason, response --- 1933
Folder 26: Ryskamp, H. on "History of Calvin College" --- 1966
Folder 27: Schipper, Gerrit; letter of appreciation --- 1933
Folder 28: Student recommendations --- 1926-1935
Folder 29: Van Andel, H. G. to J. Hoostra on Jellema's speech --- Aug-43
Folder 30: Van Til, H.; from W. H. J. concerning Grundy College --- 1925
Folder 31: Who's Who in America --- 1948
Folder 32: Letters from relatives (Rotterdam) written after World War II
Series 15: Notes re: Various Subjects --- 1923-1974
Box 28
Folder 1: Academic freedom in a confessional church, notes (late Calvin period)
Folder 2: Analysis of propositions, notes for lectures
Folder 3: Ancient philosophy (late Calvin period)
Folder 4: Antimony of Pure Reason, notes on Kant
Folder 5: Antithesis, handwritten notes, undated
Folder 6: Approach to religion through philosophy
Folder 7: Augustine (Indiana University period)
Folder 8: Augustine (late Calvin period)
Folder 9: Augustine and the Christian reason, undated
Folder 10: Augustine and medieval perspectives generally --- Feb-46
Folder 11: Augustine and paganism --- 1959-1960
Folder 12: Berkeley's principles (Indiana University period) --- 1944
Folder 13: Building a Christian philosophy of life, outline (Indiana University period)
Folder 14: Calvinism and its critics, sundry notes (late Calvin period)
Folder 15: Challenge of modern world and Calvinism (Indiana University period)
Folder 16: Challenge and handicaps presented by modern mind (late Calvin period)
Folder 17: Christian academics (late Calvin period)
Folder 18: Christian education: distinctive role, outline
Folder 19: Christian philosophy of education, notes --- 1935
Folder 20: Christian scholarship and modern rationalism (late Calvin period)
Folder 21: Christian social action (late Calvin period)
Folder 22: Christian view: God exists (Indiana University period)
Folder 23: Comments on Van Liere thesis --- 1941
Folder 24: Common grace --- 1941
Folder 25: Conviction and certainty --- 1935
Folder 26: Crisis of our time --- undated
Folder 27: A critique of rationality --- 1944
Folder 28: "Culture and Christianity," thesis (Indiana University period)
Box 29
Folder 1: Dangers of education, outline
Folder 2: Definition of liberal education --- 1944
Folder 3: The difference in being a Christian in relation to other men (late Calvin period)
Folder 4: John Dewey, notes --- 1944-1945
Folder 5: Dooyeweerd: De Wijsbegeer der Wetsidee --- 1935
Folder 6: Education and value (late Calvin period)
Folder 7: Ethical ideal --- 1923
Folder 8: Faith and reason, brief notes and additional material
Folder 9: Faith seeks understanding, Anselm, notes and additional material
Folder 10: Fallacy, undated
Folder 11: Free will and notes on article in ERE
Folder 12: Form and matter in knowledge --- 1950
Folder 13: Fundamentalism and liberalism, extensive notes --- 1956-1957
Folder 14: General foundation of Christian thinking (late Calvin period)
Folder 15: Golden rule (late Calvin period)
Folder 16: Gorgias Plato (early Calvin period)
Folder 17: Hebrews, notes --- 1941
Folder 18: Hegel and tradition, additional notes (late Calvin period)
Folder 19: Hegelianism (Indiana University period)
Folder 20: History of philosophy: what is it?
Folder 21: Hypothese --- undated
Folder 22: Ideal philosophy for a state institution
Folder 23: Idealism in education, culture, education, and we Calvinists
Folder 24: Idea and abstract, handwritten notes --- undated
Box 30
Folder 1: Individualism as a pattern of modernity --- undated
Folder 2: Intuition and reason --- 1933
Folder 3: Is sin real? --- 1948 August 10
Folder 4: Kantian ethics, basic concepts --- 1938-1939
Folder 5: Kuyper, Abraham
Folder 6: Kuyper, Abraham and our heritage (Calvin period)
Folder 7: Liberal education, thesis (Indiana University period)
Folder 8: Meaning of Reformation, outlined (Indiana University period)
Folder 9: Meaning of a University, extensive and intensive definitions
Folder 10: Metaphysics of St. Augustine --- 1927, 1933, 1944
Folder 11: Method of exposition of each philosopher or system
Folder 12: Metaphysical status of the known in Christianity and in modern philosophy, typed and handwritten notes (late Calvin period)
Folder 13: Modern cultural pattern, scientific method
Folder 14: Modern philosophy, an approach
Folder 15: Moral Law, comments and response to P. Berkhout's letter
Folder 16: Moral state and the individual --- 1964
Folder 17: Nature of mind, notes for History of Philosophy, introduction metaphysics, ethics
Folder 18: New horizons in history --- 1953
Folder 19: Notebooks with various jottings (2 notebooks)
Folder 20: Observations on abdication of King Edward of England
Folder 21: Oriental mind --- 1961
Folder 22: Plato, handwritten notes
Box 31
Folder 1: Philosophical fundamentals of Christian education (late Calvin period)
Folder 2: Philosophical life in the Netherlands, typed (late Calvin period)
Folder 3: Problems of ethics (late Calvin period)
Folder 4: Rationality: Calvin and Kant (late Calvin period)
Folder 5: Rationality: meaning --- 1974
Folder 6: Status of knowing in Modern philosophy (late Calvin period)
Folder 7: Socrates (early Calvin period)
Folder 8: Sundry observations
Folder 9: Theistic philosophy (early Calvin period)
Folder 10: Theses, brief statements --- 1950s
Folder 11: Thinking: creative, conceptual, reflective
Folder 12: Thoughts on the meaning of being --- December 1942
Folder 13: Toward a definition of liberal education at Calvin College, Castle Park --- September 1957
Folder 14: Transcendental problems of philosophic thought
Folder 15: University: aim and meaning
Folder 16: Varia obiter --- 1973
Folder 17: The virtue of seeing differences, outline --- 1941
Folder 18: War: justified?
Folder 19: What is characteristically modern in the philosophy of the last five centuries? (Indiana University period)
Folder 20: What is Christian education? Resource material
Folder 21: What is Christian education? Brochure: Our public schools under fire; J. Vanderbroek --- 1948
Folder 22: Why Christian schools? (late Calvin period)
Series 16: Papers --- 1917-1962
Box 32
Folder 1: Argumenta: e consensu, ontological argument --- 1939
Folder 2: Argument of Plato's Protagoras (Indiana University period)
Folder 3: Basic philosophy curriculum
Folder 4: Bavinck's philosophy of revelation, for Kant Club
Folder 5: Being and self-knowledge, philosophy notes
Folder 6: Being in Christ, A. Banning
Folder 7: Biblical word "soul" (late Calvin period)
Folder 8: Calvin College: history and objectives, outline
Folder 9: Calvinism and higher education (chapter in book of CAC)
Folder 10: Calvinism and philosophy (early Calvin period)
Folder 11: Calvinism and science, typed paper --- 1956-1957
Folder 12: Calvinism and science (late Calvin period)
Folder 13: Case for monism --- 10-Jul-17
Folder 14: "Christian philosophy of education applicable to elementary and secondary education," paper reviewed by WHJ
Folder 15: Christianity as a practical philosophy, outline (late Calvin period)
Folder 16: Christianity and presuppositions of modern philosophy (Indiana University period)
Folder 17: Concerning graduate degrees in theology
Folder 18: Condition of a just war (Grand Valley period)
Folder 19: Conspectus of late 19th century German philosophy, outline
Folder 20: Contribution of the philosophy of society to law --- 1936
Folder 21: Culture
Folder 22: Datum and demonstration in philosophy, nature of the datum, Philosophic Association --- 1935
Folder 23: Definition of religion, (Indiana University period)
Folder 24: Definition of philosophy and pagan perspectives (late Calvin period)
Folder 25: Democracy and religion, A. E. Avey, notes
Folder 26: Essence of modernity (Indiana University period)
Folder 27: Evolution --- 21-Jul-37
Box 33
Folder 1: Faith of our fathers (Indiana University period)
Folder 2: Finding ourselves with reference to God and related subjects
Folder 3: Freedom and determinism in Christianity, handwritten paper --- 1940
Folder 4: General trend in metaphysics in the later 19th century
Folder 5: German philosophy, 19th century (Indiana University period)
Folder 6: Genius of Calvin College as seen in its historical roots, outline
Folder 7: God as a principle of intelligibility --- 1940
Folder 8: Grand Rapids should aid financially Calvin College (early Calvin period)
Folder 9: High School as a unit in our education ladder --- Jun-48
Folder 10: Ideals of scholarship in medicine
Folder 11: Jews in the world
Folder 12: Law and philosophy --- 1936
Folder 13: Meaning of education
Folder 14: Meaning of rationality (Indiana University period)
Folder 15: Meaning of reason --- 11-May-62
Folder 16: Medievalist
Folder 17: Metaphysics --- 14-Jul-17
Folder 18: Metaphysical status of the moral order --- 1942
Folder 19: Method in philosophy of religion (Indiana University period)
Folder 20: Mind with which one thinks, common grace (Calvin period)
Folder 21: Modern skepticism of religion (2 drafts)
Folder 22: Moral theory on the common sense level, Plato (Indiana University period)
Folder 23: My people: the Dutch Calvinists of Michigan, paper, notes (early Calvin period)
Folder 24: Nature and significance of cultural activity (Indiana University period)
Folder 25: Nature of a university (late Calvin period)
Folder 26: Objectives of a university (Indiana University period)
Folder 27: Perspectives of philosophy
Folder 28: Philosophy of education, handwritten and typed, revised
Box 34
Folder 1: Philosophical position, brief statement
Folder 2: Platonic idealism and Christian theism --- c. 1934
Folder 3: Plato's Meno, outlined
Folder 4: "Politics and Eschatology," by M. Westphal of Yale
Folder 5: Pre-Socratic philosophy, an outline of the "record," pp. 33-54
Folder 6: Reality and personality of God (early Calvin period)
Folder 7: Reason for independent system of education, mimeographed
Folder 8: Relation between philosophy and theology (late Calvin period)
Folder 9: Religion and democracy
Folder 10: St. Augustine: the philosophy of life of a millenium of Western civilization
Folder 11: Some philosophical implications of Calvin's Institutes
Folder 12: Some preliminary considerations for a plan of expansion of Calvin College
Folder 13: Symposium on law and the social sciences --- 1933
Folder 14: Stone lecture of A. Kuyper by A. Plantinga, comments
Folder 15: Taking inventory of ourselves as Calvinists, handwritten
Folder 16: Tentative outline for a survey course in the humanities - literature and philosophy
Folder 17: Three meanings of rationality --- 1941
Folder 18: Towards a Calvinistic university
Folder 19: Towards a social philosophy, notes and paper (late Calvin period)
Folder 20: Transcendental phenomenology of man, diagram --- 1941
Folder 21: Two definitions of Christian education
Folder 22: Two definitions of rationality
Folder 23: Types of existentialistic ethics, handwritten
Folder 24: What difference, Calvin College? A statement of its history and objectives --- 1961
Folder 25: The university issue --- 1962
Folder 26: Verifiability, mimeographed, chapter 7
Folder 27: What difference does Christianity make? --- 1950
Folder 28: What is history of philosophy? (Indiana University period)
Folder 29: Youth and modernity, outlined (Indiana University period)
Series 17: Published Articles --- 1921-1967
(Incomplete)
Box 35
Folder 1: "After Calvin's own heart," editorial on death of C. De Boer, Chimes --- December 2, 1955
Folder 2: "The Antithesis," Banner --- 1954
Folder 3: "Art in Our Circles and the Rendition of Handel's Messiah," Banner --- April 28, 1921
Folder 4: "By the Stars or by an Errant Compass?" Calvin Education Journal --- September 1961
Folder 5: "Calvinism and Higher Education," article and notes, Reformed Journal
Folder 6: "Calvinistic Philosophy of Education," Reformed Journal
Folder 7: "The Christ of the College," The Evangelical Student --- April 1930
Folder 8: "The Christian Textbook and the Protestant Mind," Reformed Journal --- September 1951
Folder 9
Item 1: Curriculum in a Liberal Arts College --- 1956
Item 2: Review --- 1957
Folder 10: Curriculum in a Liberal Arts College --- 1958 [HERH LB2361.J4]
Folder 11: "Education and Value," Onze Toekomst --- November 19, 1930
Folder 12: "Education Philosophy of Calvin College," Banner
Folder 13: "In Memorium, Johannes Broene 1875-1967" Banner --- May 26, 1967
Folder 14: "Is There Room for Philosophy?" Banner, notes
Folder 15: "Modern Culture and the Christian Teacher," Christian Home and School --- 1938
Folder 16: "On Christian Reformed Denomination," first draft of article
Folder 17: "On the Definition of Man," Torch --- December 1962
Folder 18: "Philosophy: Help or Hindrance to Religion?" Reformed Journal
Folder 19: "Religion and Democracy," Reformed Journal
Folder 20: "Revolution and the Gospel," Calvin Forum, paper and notes
Folder 21: "Self-examination in the Christian College," parts one and two, Calvin Forum
Folder 22: "Thinking it Over," Young Calvinist --- April - June, 1935; May - June 1937
Folder 23: "Toward a Calvin University," Reformed Journal --- 1956
Folder 24: "Toward a Christian Philosophy of Education and a Curriculum Based On It," Christian Home and School
Folder 25: "Why We Have No University," Reformed Journal --- September 1955; January 1956
Series 18: Speaking Engagements --- 1920-1965
Box 36
Folder 1: Academic freedom in a confessional church, Christian Reformed Ministers' Institute --- June 5-7, 1962
Folder 2: American culture and Christian education, Detroit Alumni --- 1963
Folder 3: Antithesis --- 1954
Folder 4: Art of questioning, questioning generation --- 1925
Folder 5: Bavink's philosophy of revelation --- c. 1920
Folder 6: Being academic, Junior-Senior Banquet --- May-28
Folder 7: Brazen mean (early Calvin period)
Folder 8: Building a philosophy of life, Baptist Youth --- 23-Sep-39
Folder 9: Calvin College and Calvin, Muskegon Alumni --- 1960
Folder 10: Calvinistic and rival perspectives, First Presbyterian Church of Bloomington, outlines --- Indiana; September - December 1945
Folder 11: Calvinist in a changing world, outline and notes --- Apr-39
Folder 12: Calvinism and Democracy and the modern mind, notes of lectures at Calvinistic Congress, Amsterdam --- 1948-1949
Folder 13: Challenge of the modern world and Calvinism, Synod of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, notes --- Jun-45
Folder 14: Challenge of modern world and Calvinism, Ministers' conference
Folder 15: Chapel, club, and commencement talks --- 1924-1930
Folder 16: Chapel, club, and commencement talks --- 1930
Box 37
Folder 1: Christianity and socialism, Chicago Inter Nos --- January 8, 1950
Folder 2: Christianity and socialism, Inter Nos, notes of lecture taken by secretary --- January 1951
Folder 3: Commencement address as reported in the Banner --- June 11, 1948
Folder 4: Common grace, science and education; Ontario Ministers' conference; notes and outline --- 1957
Folder 5: Crisis of our time, additional notes --- 1945
Folder 6: Cultural impact of Calvin College and Seminary --- undated
Folder 7: Different world, youth --- September 1946
Folder 8: Dutch Calvinists, La Grave CRC --- November 1948
Folder 9: Dozen don'ts for wives, radio talk
Folder 10: Dust is all?  Memorial Day address --- undated
Folder 11: Duty and opportunity of our teachers to help students develop a distinctive world and life view (early Calvin period)
Folder 12: Ethos and ethics, Knickerbocker Society --- November 20, 1929
Folder 13: Faith and reason, Plato Club Banquet --- 1929
Folder 14: Freedom --- June 16, 1928
Folder 15: Further cause of Christian education outside of our own circles, outline, Men's Alliance
Folder 16: Higher provincialism
Folder 17: Introductory speech (Indiana University period)
Folder 18: Inventory of addresses --- 1923-1934
Folder 19: Is war wrong? chapel, Armistice Day --- 1929
Folder 20: Man John Calvin, Englewood --- January 1926
Folder 21: A man's job, Hull Academy --- June 1928
Folder 22: Modern Christianity and modern philosophy, notes for address
Folder 23: Modern Man --- 1931
Folder 24: Modern man and the faith of the fathers, Whitinsville --- February 1939
Folder 25: Modern secular mind, notes on address in Pasadena
Folder 26: Modern theology and faith of our fathers, outline
Folder 27: More stately mansions --- undated
Folder 28: My Christian beliefs, First Presbyterian Church
Folder 29: New religious education, outline
Folder 30: On I Corinthians, a response --- 1953
Folder 31: Our Christian schools, outline
Folder 32: Our distinctive world and life view and education, National Union of Christian Schools --- Aug-24
Folder 33: Our questioning generation, outline and notes --- November 1926
Box 38
Folder 1: Participating in kingdom activity, Pine Rest Annual --- September 25, 1941
Folder 2: Personal defense of teaching --- January 28, 1928
Folder 3
Item 1: Philosophy of Christian Education, Princeton Club --- 1948
Item 2: Christian Teachers Club --- 1957
Folder 4: The possibilities of idealism as a method for Christian philosophy, Wheaton --- November 22, 1957
Folder 5: Principles governing modern education, outline; Oakdale Parent Teacher Association --- Jun-24
Folder 6: Quest from certainty, outline of commencement address given at Holland, Michigan; Hull, North Dakota; and Corsica, South Dakota Christian high schools --- 1930
Folder 7: Reality and personality of God, Eastern Ministers Conference, typed --- April 1939
Folder 8: Reason for rationality, copy of typed address (late Calvin period)
Folder 9: Reformation and the modern mind, outline --- 1961
Folder 10: Reformed view in a communistic era, conference CAC --- 1954
Folder 11: Religion and the moderns, Open Forum, notes, brochures, etc. --- 1945-1946
Folder 12: Roots of democracy, Wabash College --- March 25, 1943
Folder 13: Separate schools (early Calvin period)
Folder 14: Sermon on the Mount, Methodist Church, notes --- June 1965
Folder 15: Some problems fundamental in modern philosophy, Interdenominational Conference, outline --- 1927
Folder 16: Standpoint for judging our popular magazines, Federation of Women's Clubs, outline and notes --- March 15, 1925
Folder 17: Teaching a Christian philosophy at Calvin, Detroit alumni --- 1952
Folder 18: Ten Commandments, La Grave CRC, senior high class (early Calvin period)
Folder 19: Testimony to Henry Denkema --- December 6, 1948
Folder 20: Texts but no glue, notes --- November 22, 1949
Folder 21: Three perspectives in Western civilization, Midwestern Christian Teachers Association, notes --- 27-Oct-39
Folder 22: Three perspectives of Occidental civilization --- October 1939
Folder 23: Tragedy of a lost soul, sermon at Central Church of Christ, typed --- November 12, 1933
Folder 24: Trends of religious education in America, two outlines and notes
Folder 25: Twofold temptation confronting the Christian academic community Ministers' Institute --- 1962, typed
Folder 26: The value of education and other addresses on education, outlines --- 1924
Folder 27: Various kinds of folly (early Calvin period)
Folder 28: The virtue and worth of our Christian schools, drive for Grand Rapids Christian High --- 1940
Folder 29: Vrijheid, Orange City, Iowa, notes and outline --- July 4, 1928
Folder 30: What is the good? Central Reformed Church, notes --- 1931
Folder 31: What is wrong with the doctors? Notes --- 1933
Folder 32: What ought we to mean by distinctive Christian education?  Michigan Christian Teachers Institute (MCTI), handwritten and typed --- Oct-23
Folder 33: What shall we think of man? --- April 22, 1924
Folder 34: World, La Grave CRC luncheon, notes --- November 1957
Folder 35: Worth and dignity of man, Law Day (Grand Valley period) --- 1965
Folder 36: Worth of a vocation, MCTI --- October 1930
Folder 37: Year of decision; one faith or two, address by E. Runner, notes --- November 1956
Folder 38: Youth Building for Tomorrow --- November 13, 1935
Series 19: Special Reports --- 1926-1969
Box 39
Folder 1: American Federation of Young Men's Societies, Publication Committee reports --- 1926-1934
Folder 2: American Reformed magazine, committee of organization report
Folder 3: American Scientific Affiliation, 3d Convention at Calvin College --- September 1-3, 1948
Folder 4: Association of American Colleges, report on 32d annual meeting --- Jan-46
Folder 5: Bible Study in public schools, commission findings, Indiana University --- 1942
Folder 6: Association for Realistic Philosophy, correspondence and reports --- 1946-1947
Folder 7: Calvin-Aquinas dialogue, papers --- 1964-1965
Folder 8: Calvinistic Congress in Amsterdam, reports and press clippings --- 1948
Folder 9: Calvinistic Social Action Committee minutes --- 1948
Folder 10: Chicago Junior college Education Policy Committee report (Trinity Christian College) --- Apr-55
Folder 11: Christian University in New York project, Carl Henry correspondence --- 1960
Folder 12: Classis Holland, Calvinistic principles in education --- 1939
Folder 13: Code of ethics for Christian teachers, report of committee --- 1930
Folder 14: Department of Education, Calvin College --- May 1, 1949 and 1952
Folder 15: Jaarsma's problem of the soul, comments
Folder 16: National Association of Evangelicals, Synodical Committee report, clippings --- 1948-1950
Folder 17: Wijsbegeerte der Wetsidee report to Society for Calvinistic Philosophy --- 1960
Folder 18: Worldly Amusements Advisory Committee report to Synod --- 1949
Folder 19: Wheaton College Philosophy Conference, correspondence and reports --- November 6-7, 1969
Series 20: Calvin Foundation Activities; Junior College Studies --- 1949-1959
Box 40
Folder 1: Calvin Foundation: Christian Scholarship Program of Action --- 1953
Folder 2: Calvin Foundation: correspondence
Folder 3: Calvin Foundation: minutes and reports --- 1950-1952
Folder 4: Calvin Foundation: minutes and projects --- 1953-1959
Folder 5: Calvin Foundation: projects and planning committee --- Oct-51
Folder 6: Calvin Foundation: proposed research library --- 1950
Folder 7: Junior College program: analysis of Junior College curriculum
Folder 8: Junior College program: committee papers and study reports
Folder 9: Junior College program: material used by committee in making its rep
Folder 10: Junior College program: report on Calvin College Committee --- 1949
Folder 11: Junior College program: original copy of report and carbon copy --- 1949
Series 21: Grand Rapids Christian High Board; Christian Labor Association (CLA) Contacts --- 1932-1963
Box 41
Folder 1: Christian High Board: reports, Bernard Fridsma's stand on war and capital punishment --- 1932-1933
Folder 2: Christian High Board: papers, long-range proposals and other data; Statement of academic needs to be presented to the Long Range Study Committee --- 1948-1951
Folder 3: CLA: advisor --- 1953-1955
Folder 4: CLA: arbitrator between CLA and Hekman Biscuit Company --- 1953
Folder 5: CLA: Social Action objectives, conference, reports --- 1953
Folder 6: Christian Voters League: constitution, report on purpose and program --- 1933
Folder 7: Guild of Calvinist Scholars, newsletter and bibliography --- 1956
Folder 8: Michigan Christian School Alliance, chairman, minutes and notes on meetings --- 1934-1935
Folder 9: Reformed Ecumenical Synod (RES), guest of 5th RES; notations on reports --- 1963
Series 22: Resource Material: Abstracts and Articles Reprinted
Box 42
Folder 1: Abstracts of dissertations
Folder 2: Articles reprinted: Bahm, Archie J.
Folder 3: Articles reprinted: Bailey, Gilbert - Black, Max
Folder 4: Article reprinted: Bouma, Clarence - Brendel, Otto
Folder 5: Articles reprinted: Breen, Quirinus
Folder 6: Articles reprinted: Cerf, Walter - Dykhuizen, George
Folder 7: Articles reprinted: Edson, Charles - Harris, Errol E.
Box 43
Folder 1: Articles reprinted: Hartshorne, Charles - Lodge, Rupert Clendon
Folder 2: Articles reprinted: McClutchen, Duval T. - Popkin, Richard H.
Folder 3: Articles reprinted: Pound, Roscoe - Turnbull, Robert G.
Folder 4: Articles reprinted: Vanderbeek, John - Viereck, Peter
Folder 5: Articles reprinted: Webb, Clement C. J. - Willis, Hugh Evander
Series 23: Resource Material: Educational Bulletins, Curriculum
Box 44
Folder 1: Bulletins, educational
Folder 2: Bulletins, educational
Folder 3: Bulletins, educational
Folder 4: Bulletins, educational
Series 24: Resource Material: Brochures
Box 45
Folder 1: Brochures, religious subjects
Folder 2: Brochures, religious subjects
Folder 3: Brochures, religious subjects
Folder 4: Brochures, religious subjects
Folder 5: Brochures, general subjects
Folder 6: Brochures, commemorative
Series 25: Publications
Box 46
Folder 1: Indiana University newsletters
Folder 2: National Union of Christian Schools Publications
Folder 3: National Union of Christian Schools Publications
Folder 4: Philosophical associations, reports
Folder 5: Publications, articles and issues
Folder 6: Publications, articles and issues
Folder 7: Publications, articles and issues
Series 26: Publications, Bound Copies
Box 47
Folder 1: American Federation of Reformed Young Men's Societies publications
Folder 2: Examination and test manuals
Folder 3: Excerpts from magazines
Folder 4: "The Rise and Development of Calvinism," John H. Bratt, et al.
Folder 5: "The Love Watch," William Allen Knight
Folder 6: "Aids to the Study of Ancient History," W. T. Radius
Folder 7: "Aids to the Study of Greek and Roman History," W. T. Radius
Folder 8: "Memorial Discourses," Evert Van der Hart, A. Van Dort, Grand Rapids --- 1890
Series 27: Books with Notations
Box 48
Item 1: Atsam.  Sudan United Missions CRC
Item 2: Boer, Harry R.  Pentecost and the Missionary Witness of the Church
Item 3: Bosanquet, Bernard.  Implication and Linear Inference
Item 4: Bradley, F. H.  Appearance and Reality
Item 5: Breen, Quirinus.  John Calvin: A Study in French Humanism
Item 6: Burkill, T. Alec.  God and Reality in Modern Thought
Item 7: Calvin Action Committee: God-centered Living.  A Symposium
Item 8: The Christian and Literature: A Symposium
Box 49
Item 1: Capon, Robert Farrar.  Bed and Board
Item 2: Carritt, E. F.  Morals and Politics
Item 3: De Koster, Lester. Vocabulary of Communism
Item 4: Gaebelein, Frank E.  Christian Education in a Democracy
Item 5: Gottwald, Norman K.  A Light to the Nations
Item 6: Kruithof, Bastian.  Americans in Kilts
Item 7: Kuipers, C.  Zuni Also Prays
Box 50
Item 1: Mackenzie, John S.  A Manual of Ethics
Item 2: Philosophical Works of John Locke.  Edited by J. A. St. John, vol. I & II
Item 3: Philosophy in American Education.  Brand Blanshard, et al.
Item 4: Plantinga, Alvin.  Does God Have a Nature?
Item 5: The Republic of Plato. Translated by F. M. Cornford
Item 6: Rogers, A. K.  A Student's History of Philosophy
Item 7: Smith, N. K.  A Commentary to Kant's "Critique of Pure Reason."
Item 8: Ten Boom, Corrie.  The Hiding Place
Box 51
Item 1: Ten Hoor, M.  Education for Privacy
Item 2: Turner, J. E.  A Theory of Direct Realism
Item 3: Van Til, C.  Common Grace
Item 4: Verduin, Leonard.  The Anatomy of a Hybrid
Item 5: Verduin, Leonard.  The Reformers and Their Stepchildren
Item 6: Vos, J. G.  The Scottish Covenanters
Item 7: The Works of Aristotle.  Translated by editors J. A. Smith and W. D. Ross
Item 8: Young, William.  Toward a Reformed Philosophy
Series 28: Resource Material, Brochures, Reprints
Box 52
Folder 1: Articles reprinted: Bahm, Archie J. - Ten Hoor, Marten
Folder 2: Bulletins and brochures
Folder 3: Publications: The Fundamentals
Folder 4: Reprints and booklets: Benedict, Samuel D. - Daling, John T.
Folder 5: Brochures and booklets: De Santillana, George - Lewis, Clarence Irving
Folder 6: Brochures and booklets: Meeter, John E. - Van Halsema, Thea B.
Folder 7: Brochures and booklets: Van Til, Cornelius - Worldly Amusements in the Light of Scripture
Series 29: Books, Brochures, Reprints:  A - E
Box 53
Item 1: Actualites Scientifiques et Industrielles, 7 volumes
Item 2: Agendum voor de Synode der Christelijke Geref. Kerk --- 1914
Item 3: Almanak voor de Jeugd, onder redactie van Ds. J. Schrijver --- 1913, 1916
Item 4: Anti-Revolutionaire Staatkunde. Maandelijks orgaan van de Dr. Abraham Kuyperstichting
Item 5: Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte
Item 6: Aristophanes: Comedies, vol. 1
Item 7: Christendom en Maatschappij --- 1910, 1948, 1950
Item 8: Christian Educators Journal, vol. 1, no. 3; vol. 2, no. 3
Series 30: Books, Brochures:  E - W
Box 54
Item 1: Christian School Annual. Christian School Statistics: God's Word, the Golden Compass.  Grand Rapids, Mich.: National Union of Christian Schools --- 1948
Item 2: Classen, J.  Vorlesungen uber moderne Naturphilosophen
Item 3: College of Wooster Bulletin, 49th series, no. 9 --- Dec-56
Item 4: Euripides: Fables, vol. 1-3, Gilbertus Murray
Item 5: Evangelie en Maatschappij: vol. 2, no. 6; vol. 2, no. 9; vol. 3, no. 10
Item 6: Evangelisch Soziale Welt --- July - September 1950
Item 7: Free University Quarterly --- July 1955, January 1957, November 1958, December 1959
Item 8: Indiana University Publications: Humanities Series no. 7 --- 1942
Item 9: International Mission Council, The World Mission of Christianity
Item 10: International Reformed Bulletin, April 1960
Item 11: Jaarboekje voor de Hollandsch Christ. Gereformeerde Kerk in Noord Amerika --- 1892
Item 12: Occasional Papers from Calvin College, N. H. Beversluis: Toward a Theology of Education
Item 13: Ontmoeting --- May 1949
Item 14: Philosophia Reformata --- 1950, 1953
Item 15: Pro en Contra: P. G. Buekers, H. Bavinck: Evolutie
Item 16: Programme des Cours, Universite Laval Faculte de Philosophie Annuaire --- 19391940
Item 17: Progressive Calvinism --- July 1955, April 1957
Item 18: Religion and Culture --- 1919-1921
Item 19: La Revue Reformee: Soli Deo Gloria --- 1950, 1954, 1956
Item 20: Wenley, R. M.  "The Philosophy of Religion," notes
Series 31: Published Articles; Resource Material
Box 55
Folder 1: Articles given by authors
Folder 2: Papers given by authors
Folder 3: Resource material: abstracts, brochures, papers
Folder 4: Resource material: brochures, papers
Folder 5: Resource material: Heidegger, Martin. "Conversation on a country path about thinking," memorial address
Folder 6: Der Grafschafter --- January - December 1962
Folder 7: Press clippings, series of 10 articles on private and public education, Christian Science Monitor --- 1948
Series 32: Grand Valley State College, Philosophy Department Material --- 1967-1969
Box 56
Folder 1: Grand Valley State College (GVSC) course offerings
Folder 2: GVSC address to the college freshmen on "The Greek Way to Western Civilization," by Edith Hamilton
Folder 3: GVSC Business Administration Seminar: "The Meaning of Work" --- 1969
Folder 4: GVSC manual for faculty advisors --- 1967
Folder 5: GVSC memorandums --- 1966-1969
Folder 6: GVSC opening convocation: "Quest of Self-knowledge,"with notes --- 1968
Folder 7: GVSC religion of campus, reports, observations, recommendation --- 1966-1967
Folder 8: Philosophy Department, correspondence, personnel, policies --- 1963-1969
Folder 9: Philosophy Department, introduction to liberal learning --- 1967
Folder 10: Philosophy Department, Kristellor lecture, correspondence --- 1969
Folder 11: Philosophy Department, minutes of social studies division --- September 11, 1968 - July 1, 1969
Folder 12: Philosophy Department, new course offerings --- 1969
Folder 13: Philosophy Department, outline of Van Til's Christian Ethics, handwritten
Folder 14: Philosophy Department, outline of lectures on Richard Taylor's Metaphysics
Folder 15: Philosophy Department, personnel matters, correspondence
Series 33: Grand Valley State College, Philosophy 101 --- 1963-1977
Box 57
Folder 1: Philosophy, introduction, mimeographed notes
Folder 2: Philosophy, introductory material
Folder 3: Philosophy 101, mimeographed notes --- undated
Folder 4: Philosophy 101, lecture notes and papers --- 1963
Folder 5: Philosophy 101, lecture notes and papers --- 1964
Folder 6: Philosophy 101, lecture material --- 1964-1965
Folder 7: Philosophy 101, lecture material --- 1965-1966
Folder 8: Philosophy 101, lecture material --- fall 1967
Box 58
Folder 1: Philosophy 101, lecture material --- spring 1968
Folder 2: Philosophy 101, lecture material --- fall 1968
Folder 3: Philosophy 101, lecture material --- spring 1969
Folder 4: Philosophy 101, lecture material --- fall 1969
Folder 5: Philosophy 101, lecture material --- 1970
Folder 6: Philosophy 101, lecture material --- 1971-1973
Folder 7: Philosophy 101, exams --- 1968-1970
Folder 8: Philosophy 101, lecture notes, assignments --- 1977
Series 34: Grand Valley State College, Preliminary Drafts of the Blue Book --- 1970-1977
Box 59
Folder 1: Philosophy 101, major questions in the lectures with references to the blue book
Folder 2: Philosophy 101, outlines of The Republic, the arguments of The Republic
Folder 3: Philosophy 101, questions on The Republic
Folder 4: Philosophy 101, aids for study, preliminary draft for the blue book
Folder 5: Philosophy 101, Plato's Republic, study helps, preliminary notes for the blue book
Folder 6: Philosophy 101, Plato's Republic, study helps, preliminary draft for the blue book
Folder 7: Philosophy 101, Plato's Republic, study helps, preliminary papers for the blue book
Folder 8: Philosophy, Kant, notes --- 1973
Folder 9: Philosophy 201/2, ethics, lecture material --- 1972
Folder 10: Philosophy 303, lecture material --- 1970 and previous years
Folder 11: Philosophy, aesthetics, lecture notes --- 1973
Folder 12: Philosophy 690, philosophy of education --- 1977
Series 35: Grand Valley State College Blue Books --- 1967-1973
Box 60
Folder 1: Philosophy 101, early edition, course outline
Folder 2: Philosophy 101, early edition, study helps
Folder 3: Philosophy 101, aids for study of Plato's Republic
Folder 4: Philosophy 101, introduction to early course lectures, aids for study --- 1967
Folder 5: Philosophy 101, introduction and aids for study --- 1969
Folder 6: Philosophy 101, aids for the study of Plato's Republic --- 1973
Folder 7: Philosophy 101, aids for the study of Plato's Republic --- undated
Series 36: Grand Valley State College, Lectures on Ethics
Box 61: 24 lectures
Series 37: Artifacts
Box 62
Folder 1: Gown, Cap, and two hoods
Series 38: Family Correspondence and Genealogy --- 1868-1982
Box 63
Folder 1: Correspondence, program and report cards --- 1906-1913
Folder 2: Correspondence while in the army --- 1918
Folder 3: Correspondence --- 1919-1930
Folder 4: Correspondence from the Netherlands --- 1920s
(in Dutch)
Folder 5: Family genealogy materials re: Jellemas in Roseland and Chicago in the nineteenth century
Folder 6: Family genealogy, D. W. Jellema correspondence --- 1881-1926 and undated
(in Dutch)
Folder 7: Family genealogy, correspondence from G. Vos to D. W. Jellema family --- 1910-1925
(in English and Dutch)
Folder 8: Family genealogy, correspondence from H. H. Dobben to Derk and Gertie Jellema (W. H. J. parents) --- 1982
Folder 9: Family genealogy, Harm Hendrick Dobben United States citizen document --- 1868
Folder 10: Family genealogy, Dobben family correspondence --- 1871-1880
(in Dutch)
Folder 11: Family genealogy, Dobben family correspondence --- 1881-1890
(in Dutch)
Folder 12: Family genealogy, Dobben family correspondence --- 1895-1900
(in Dutch)
Folder 13: Family genealogy, Dobben family correspondence --- 1901-1906
(in Dutch)
Folder 14: Family genealogy, correspondence from Dobben family in Grafshaft Bentheim, Germany --- 1873-1881
Folder 15: Family genealogy, correspondence from H. H. Dobben to daughter Geertin (Gertie) --- 1886-1889
Folder 16: Family genealogy, H. H. Dobben correspondence (father of Gertie Dobben Jellema) --- 1892-1893
(in Dutch)
Folder 17: Family genealogy, Grace Hinken correspondence --- 1894-1910
(in Dutch)
Folder 18: Compact discs: "Dr. Jellema Interview;" "Conversation Session (Dirk)" tape2; "WHJ Reminiscing," tape 5 (2 different?); "Communism: Case for Indoctrination," ("in pencil, dictation for a typist") --- Feb 5, 1955

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