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EDITH O. WALLACE
PAPERS, 1896-1972

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Box and Folder List


Edith O. Wallace, Papers
Biographical Sketch

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1909-1913

Milne School
Member of Zeta Sigma
Editor, Crimson and White
Valdictorian
State Scholarship

1913-17
New York State College for Teachers A.B. 1917
Member lst Myskania
Student Council
Delta Omega Sorority
President YWCA

1918
Wellesley College, received M.A. 1920

1918
September 1918 hired as replacement Instructor in Latin

1928
Chairman, Department of Ancient Languages

1931
Assistant Professor of Latin

1938
Ph.D from Columbia University - The notes on philosophy in the commentary of Servius on the Ectogues, the Georgics, and the Aeneid of Vergil. 1948
Professor of Latin

1962-65
First Chairman of Division of Humanities she had helped create.
Established course in humanities which became Department of Comparative and World Literature.

1972
February 11 - Died

1973
Humanities Building named for her
Very active in college committee work
Alumni Advisor to Class of 1917
Active in Eastern Zone Latin Teacher's Association
A founder of Classical Association of the Empire State
Member American Classical League, American Philological Association,
Archological Institute of America

Edith O. Wallace, Papers
Box and Folder List

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Box 1

Papers

1. The department of Classical Languages and Literature .(1946?.) 4,1, 1.
2. Ideas influencing the development of State College University. Lecture Note, 5, 1. (l946?) 3 copies.
3. Latin II, June 1960, 2, 1. Examination.
4. EOW als to Mr. Leese, August 28, 1956, 1 p., 1 1. enclosures:

Latin in the curriculum of the high school today 1900-1950, Part 1, 5, 1., Part 11, 8, 1.

5. Contribution of research to the teaching of modern foreign language Report of Warren W. Coxe, April 1958, 10, 1.
6. Rewriting the Latin syllabus. 8, 1.
7. The aims of teaching ancient languages and literature and general education. 2, 1.
8. My faith by Albert Einstein, Robert A. Millikan, Arthur H. Compton, Victor F. Hess, William
F. G. Swann, Kirtley F. Mather. Reprinted from The American Weekly, 15 P.

9. Religion in the classroom. 4, 1.
10. The enrichment of the teaching of Latin through the use of Roman history and poetry, 16, 1.
11. Als. Nelson Glenn McCrea, 19 Sept. 1942. 2 p., 1 1.
12. Ideas influencing the development of State College, 10, 5X8 cards.
13. Als. George Byron Waldrop, March 4, 194o. 1 p., 1 1. m
Classical Weekly, (1939?) P. 183?184, 2 copies.

14. Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 17 May, '38., 2 p., 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 10 May, (1938?), 1 p., 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 11 May, (1938?),l p., 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 1 March (?), 2 p., 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 14 April (?), 2 p., 1 1.
ls., Nelson G. McCrea, Sept. 27, 1929. 1 p., 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 6 October, 1929, 1 p., 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 22 Sept. 1934, 2 p. on 1 folded 1.
ls., Nelson G. McCrea, August 14, 1935, 1 p. 1 1.
15. ls., Clarence H. Young, May 17, 1937.
A picture post card, Nelson G. McCrea, 20 September (1938?)
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 19 Oct. (?), 2 p. 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 24 October (?), 1 p., 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 25 April (?), 2 p., 1 1.
Als., Moses Hadas, Dec. 12 '38, 1 p., 1 1.
ls., W. L. Carr, December 13, 1938, 1 p., 1 1.
Als., John Day, December 18, 1938, 1 p., 1 1.
ls., Gilbert Highet, 12xll 38, 1 P., 1 1.
ls., Clinton W. Keyes, December 20, 1938, 1 p., 1 1.
ls., James circa Egbert, Dec, 15, 1938, 1 p., 1 1.
Als., LaRue Van Hook, Dec. 9, 1938, 1 p., 1 1.
Als., Frank G. Moore, 5th January 1939, 1 P., 1 1.
A Christmas card signed, Nelson G. McCrea (no date), 4 p., 2 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 14 April (?), 1 p., 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 31 March (?), 2 p., 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 2 March '37, 1 p., 1 1.
ls., Nelson G. McCrea, August lo, 1929, 2 p. 2 1.
Als., picture post card, Nelson G. McCrea, 15 Sept. '35.
16. Is., Nelson G. McCrea, March 4, 1931, 1 p.,l 1.
Is., Clarence H. Young, March 8, 1937, 1 P., 1 1.
Als., LaRue Van Hook, October 1, 1937, 1 P., 1 1.
Is., Clarence H. Young, October 2, 1931, 1 P., 1 1.
Is., Clarence H. Young, April 12, 1932, 1 p., 1 1.
Is., Clarence H. Young, March 15, 1932, 1 p., 1 1.
Is., Clarence H. Young, September 18, 1931, 1 p., 1 1.
Is., Clarence H. Young, March 8, 1932, 1 p., 1 1.
Is., (Name?) Office of the Dean, February 7, 1938, 1 P., 1 1.
Form letter memeo, George B. Pegram, February 28, 1938, 1 P., 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 10 March (?), 2 p.,l 1.
Is., Nelson G. McCrea, March 7, 1938, 2 p., 2 1.
Is., Nelson G. McCrea, February 18, 1938, 2 p, 2 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 24 February (?), 2 p., 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 21 November (?), 1 p., 1 1.
Als., Nelson G. McCrea, 6 March (?), 2 p., 1 1.
17. An order to Columbia U. Press from Harvard Cooperative Society BD7013 - 12/8/1939,
Notes on philosophy in the Commentary of Services on Virgil 1938.

MS Notes on Life of St. Cuthbert (date?), 3 p., 2 1.
Wellesley College, Mid year examination, 1918, English literature 10, 1 P., 1 1. -
With MS notes front and back.

(MS Notes) The woman killed with kindness, etc, 2 p., 1 1.
(Note) No. 18, The immortality of his friend who is to live in his verses.1 p., 1 1.
18. Summary of the Britomart Plot, Spenser's Faerie Queene. mimeo, 2 p., 2 1.
Beauty, Spenser, mimeo, 6 p., 6 1.
19. (5 MS Questions for an examination) 1 p., 1 1.
(MS Notes) Goethe; Sainte - Beuve, 3 p. 2 1.
English Literature XII, Arthurian Romance, the principal tests representing
different stages of development, 1 p., 1 1, mimeo.

(MS Notes) Eng. 12, 33 1.
Includes: Morte d' Arthur
Sir Gowayne & The Greene Knight
Romantic Lyric
Rose & violet
Chaucer: The Romant of the Rose
Painted Grass
Influence of Roman de la Rose
Book of Duchess
Theban Cycle
Reynard the Fox
Guy of Warwick
In Praise of Poetry
Legends
Mysticism of Rolle - Underhill
Ancren Reile
Piers Plowman
Male: Art in 13 Century
Seventeenth Century
Milton
Restoration Literature
Dryden
Queen Anne
Gulliver's Travels
Novels of the Eighteenth Century
Transition between Old and New Life
Adam Smith
Movement of Emotional Revolt
Goldsmith
Cowper
Blake
Burns
Wordsworth
(Elizabethan Drama)

20. Erasmus (typewritten carbon outline) with MS notes. 1 p., 1 1.
Seventeenth Century Prose. 2 p., 2 1. mimeo
Last Lyrists of the Renascence. 3 P., 3 1. mimeo
The Age of Johnson, 1744 - 1784. 3 P., 3 1.
(MS notes) The Spirit of Adventure in Spenser, Marlowe & Shakespeare. Bibliography, 2 p., 1 1.
Man of Law. 1 p., 1 1.
Wells. 1 p., 1 1.
Shakespeare: Adventure. Ocean. Sea. 2 p., 1 1.
The Sonnet. 1 p., 1 1.
Decameron. 2 p., 2 1.
The Spirit of Adventure in Marlowe & Shakespeare 3 p., 2 1.
The Tragical Historie of Hamlet. 2 p., 1 1.

English Literature 25, Feb. 15, 1918. 2 p., 2 1. mimeo
(MS Notes) Jacoban Dramatists. 2 p., 1 1.
1798-1825 - Great Heights. 3 p., 2 1.
Elizabethan Drama. 4 p., 2 1.
White Devil. Beaumont & Fletcher. 2 p., 1 1.

21. (MS Lecture Notes) ... For understanding among peoples, there must be
communication and we communicate by tongues or languages. 11 cards.

(MS Notes) Dr. Coffin on Miss Wooley. 2 p., 1 1. card.
(Examination) Translate the following passage. 2 p., 2 1. mimeo
22. Typewritten - Teachers of Foreign Language and Literature Our Faith and
Our Skill. 8 p., 8 1.

Article from Bulletin of the Near East Society December 1949. 1 p., 1 1.
23. Handwritten - Latin Prose Style, Through Tacitus by Edith 0. Wallace. 53 P., 53 1.
24. Typewritten - History of State College. 6 p., 6 1.
The Hindu View of Life by Radhakrishnan, S. 11 p., 11 1.
Typewritten report of the committee concerned with the distinctive excellence
of the college, A Committee of the Faculty Council. 6 p., 6 1. 1

Ideas Influencing the Development of State College. 5 P., 5 1. mimeo
25. Typewritten - Wherein the Department of Latin and Greek Keeps One Foot on 3,
Puts One on 4 and Reaches Out to 5. 2 p., 2 1.

Typewritten - What Is It That We Do? (or at least want and try to do.)
signed Edith 0. Wallace. 6 p., 6 1. (2 copies except 2nd copy has 4 p., 4 1.)

Typewritten - Rewriting the Latin Syllabus (signed Lois V. Williams) 8 p., 8 1.
26. Milne Scene. 3 P., 3 1. mimeo
Latin Department T. V. Program. 2 p., 2 1. mimeo
27. Handwritten cards
Sin in Man's reject of God. 2 p., 1 1.
For evolution of culture based on the brotherhood of man. 2 p., 1 1.
Thomas Mann Free Geniuses. 2 p., 1 1.
Feb. 19, 1861 decree of Alexander 11 (1855-1881) 2 p., 1 1.
But gov't. did too little to relocate peas. in Siberia. 2 p., 1 1.
Newspaper clipping dated May 15, 1955: Virgil Credited With 'E Pluribus Unum;
Yale Latin Scholar Says it Meant Hash.

Rerum Cognoscere Causas Pacisque Imponere Rerum. 1 p., 1 1. mimeo and duplicate copy.
28. Typewritten - carbon copy - It would be sinfull for pedagogues to pass
Erasmus by. 9 p., 9 1.

Typewritten Classical Latin leterature had... 10 p., 10 1.
Notes - Handwritten, Potential teachers of Latin. 12 p., 6 1.
Typewritten cards:
State University at Albany, its history. 4 p., 4 1.
Dante Readings, Brubacher Hall, April 22, 1965. 7 P., 1. mimeo

29. Typewritten: Rewriting The Latin Syllabus. 7 P., 7 1.
Typewritten: Suggestions for Latin syllabus: 1 p., 1 1.
Report of the Committee Concerned with the Distinctive Excellence of the College,
A Committee of the Faculty Council. 9 p., 9 1. mimeo

Typewritten: To the Chairman of the Student Aid Committee. 3 P., 3 1.
Typewritten: To the Chairman of the Student Aid Committee. 1 p., 1 1.
30. Typewritten: In the main, the reminiscences of Vergil... 1 p., 1 1.
Typewritten: George Santayana, The Unknowable. 2 p., 2 1.
Alcmena and Amphitryon In Ancient and Modern Drama. black mimeo. 3 P., 3 1.
Humanities 123, Socrates and Plato on Good and Evil. 1 p., 1 1. duplicate, mimeo
Humanities 123, Plato 2. 1 p., 1 1. mimeo
What Has Plato To Say of the Nature of Man, of a Man as an Individual? 1 p., 1 1. mimeo
31. Man In His Relationship With His Fellow-Men, or Society Outcomes Which
Will Result In Behavior. 3 p., 3 1.

Handwritten composition: Study of any great literature. 2 p.,2 1.
Handwritten in pencil: Work on grammar in college. 3 P., 3 1.
Handwritten note: The aims of teaching Latin in the high school. 1 p., 1 1.
Typewritten Notes: Latin In the Curriculum of the High School Today 1900-1950. 1 p., 1 1.
(1 A.J. thought the next 3 handwritten pages went with above) 3 P., 3 1.)

Typewritten: Man's Relation To Spiritual Values. 1 p., 1 1.
The Inheritance in Philosophy of Socrates and Plato. 3 P., 3 1. mimeo
(Duplicate of above lst page) 5 P., 5 1.) mimeo

Typewritten: Teachers of Foreign Languages and Literature Our Faith and Our Skill. 8 p., 8 1.
32. Theaetatus. 2 p., 2 1. mimeo
The Apology of Socrates, As Recorded By Plato. 2 p., 2 1. mimeo
Milton, Areopagitica: 1 p., 1 1. mimeo
Typewritten - 9. That a single method of interpretation... (page 1 lacking) 3 p., 3 1.
Handwritten-11. EKELVO TO BeBalov (Greek) 3 p., 2 1.
Plato ?431-?351 The Century of His Youth. 1 p., 1 1. mimeo (2 extra pages in duplicate)
33. Handwritten: Beauty - Spiritual Values. 11 p., 6 1.
Skills - mimeo 1 p., 1 1.
Monumentum Ancyranum, eg. E.G. Hardy. 1 p., 1 1. 1923 mimeo
Handwritten: Such are the gains which a teacher of Latin hopes that his students may win. 6 P., 5 1.
Notes handwritten: What of Latin taught in the schools today? (1900-1950?) 4 p., 2 1.
What the graduate of State College should know, feel, and do about man in his relationship
with his fellow men laymen's views. 2 p., 2 1. mimeo

Standards of the Fifth Year. 2 p., 2 1. mimeo (1st page duplicated)
Objectives for the preparation of good high school teachers. 2 p., 2 1. mimeo
Notes: Handwritten: The study of any great literature is of high worth to that student whose:
etc. 11 p., 8 1.

Notes: Handwritten: The study of a foreign language. 9 p., 9 1.
Typewritten: Walter Lippmann, The Phantom Public, P.31 1 p., 1 1.
Typewritten: Teachers of Foreign Language and Literature Our Faith and Our Skill. 8 P., 8 1.
The Aims of Teaching Ancient Languages and Literature and General Education. 2 P., 2 1. (4 sets of duplicates)
34. Assignments: A Furtwangler, Die antiken Gemmen, Vol. 1, Tafelin. 1 1.
Notes. 5 1.
Typewritten letter to Dr. A. R. Brubacher, President, May 20, 1936. 3 1.
Form II: Instruction: The History and Present Status of Adaptations of Instuction to Individual
Differences in the Preparation of Teachers in Normal Schools and Teachers Colleges. 8 p., 4 1.

Typewritten letter to President A. R. Brubacher, June 8, 1939. 2 p., 2 1.
35. Notes: Theological view declares existent of purpose in life. 1 p., 1 1.
Santayana - Ep. 1 p., 1 1. Book 11. 1 p., 1 1.
Sellar Roman Poets of the Republic. Chap.X. 1 p., 1 1.
Chapter XI. 2 p., 2 1.
Chapter XII. 1 p., 1 1.
G. E. Woodberry The Inspiration of Poetry Chap. VII Lucretius. 3 P., 3 1.
Mackail. Latin Literature. 5 p., 3 1.
The Donidus & Eleatics. 3 p., 2 1.
J. A. K. Thomson: The Greek Tradition. 3 p., 2 1.
Wallock. 1 p., 1 1.
James Adam: The Religious Teachers of Greece. 6 p., 3 1.
Obid: From Parinevides to Anaxagoras. 3 p., 2 1.
Santayana: Three Philosophical Poets. 4 p., 2 1.
Hides. 1 p., 1 1.
36. Note: Dr. Br. has asked me to discuss the place Latin should have in our
college entrance requirements. 12 p., 10 1.

37. Typewritten: Pg. 3 and 4 (on pg. 3 - in high school. And so...)
Handwritten: The Course in Literature "in Translation". 7 P., 7 1.
38. Notes: 37 P., 19 1.
39. Notes: handwritten
Lucretius. 1 p., 1 1.
July 9 Text Discussion. 10 P., 5 1.
Gardner: Greek Sculpture. 65 P., 33 1.

40. Typewritten: Comparative Literature by 1970. 2 p., 2 1.
Typewritten: The National Element. p. 5 & continued p. 6 - 2 p., 2 1.
Handwritten: Outline BKI. 15 p., 15 1.
Note: handwritten: Poetry Phil (In balance). 1 p., 1 1
41. Typewritten carbon: In the main, the reminescences of Vergil. 2 p., 2 1. (1 extra duplicate set)
Typewritten: What of Vergil Now. 18 p., 18 1.
Typewritten: Teachers of Latin in New York State, signed - Edith Owen Wallace. 12 p., 12 1.
42. Typewritten: Cross Currents of the Italian Renaissance. (2 copies) 24 p., 24 1.
43. Typewritten: The Classical Tradition Rhetoric and Oratory.
A Living Link with the Past. (1 original and 1 carbon copy) ea. 30 P., 30 1.

44. Notes handwritten: Land of Greece. 2 p., 2 1.
Typewritten Booklet: Books of the Renaissance, October 26 - November 13, 1964. 3 p., 3 1.
Typewritten: Memorial Convocation Address by Evan R. Collins, November 25, 1963. 6 p., 6 1.
Memorandum to: General Administration, March 25, 1965, Subject: Window Cleaning. 1 P., 1 1.
Typewritten: History of State College. 5 P., 5 1.
45. Handwritten: Important Events Leading up to and Connected with the Conspiracy. 1 P., 1 1.
Handwritten: Cicero and the Catilinarian conspiracy. 19 p., 19 1.
Typewritten: Report on the Renaissance Symposium. (2 copies) 1 p., 1 1.
Typewritten: History of State College. 6 p., 6 1.
46. Pamphlet: Renaissance 15
47. Handwritten notes: Pompeii - It's Life and Art. 31 p., 24 1.
Blank. 1 1.
Typewritten: Atossa from the Persians of Aeschylus. 3 p., 3 1.
48. Handwritten: Caesar and Pompey, signed Edith 0. Wallace. 22 p., 22 1.
49. Handwritten: Bibliography/Editions/Plato. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Caesar as Soldier, signed Edith 0. Wallace. 21 p., 21 1.
Typewritten carbon copy: Roman Assemblies Latin s/34. Cora J. Gratrick, 1931. 11 P., 11 1.
50. Handwritten: "Marcus Tullius Cicero, 39 P., 39 1.
51. Handwritten: The Bellum Civile, signed Edith 0. Wallace. 23 p., 23 1.
52. Handwritten: The Helvetian Campaign, signed Edith 0. Wallace.
[pages out of order]. 20 p., 20 1.

53. Handwritten: Vergil in the Middle Ages, signed Edith 0. Wallace, Oct. 26, 17. 26 p., 13 1.
54. Handwritten card 49. Analysis of source. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten notes 59. Speech of Captives. 2 ., 1 1.
Handwritten Feb. 3, 1926 - Horace's Satires. 8 p., 4 1.
55. Handwritten: Cicero Political Science. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Cicero - Philosophical Works. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: M. Terentius Varro - Reatinus - 116-27. 2 p., 2 1.
Handwritten: Early Literature of Special Sciences. 2 p., 2 1.
Handwritten: Early Roman Historians. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Historians of the Republic. 2 p., 2 1.
Handwritten: Early Roman Orators. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: 240 - 70. 1 P., 1 1
Handwritten: First Period of Latin Lit. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: 509 - End of Etruscan Regime. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Cicero. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Cicero - Rhetorical Treatises. 1 p., 1 1.
56. Handwritten cards: Cretans outdistanced by Dorians. 5 P., 3 1.
Rostovtzeff - Vol. 1. 29 p., 15 1.
XII Greece and the Aegean Kgdms. 60 p., 32 1.
57. Blank card
Handwritten cards:
Cum Augustus 9-13 e Gallia Romana redisset... 6 P., 3 l.
Drusus. 4 p., 2 1.
Germanicus Dulius Caesar... 10 P., 5 1.
Livia Drusella, postes Iulia Augusta... 8 P., 5 1.
(Nipsania) Agrippina Germanici. 8 p., 6 1.

Cardboard, writing paper
Handwritten cards:
Women of the caesars. 9 P., 5 1.
Cassius Chaerea... 7 P., 5 1.
but not of Blaesus ... 1 p., 1 1.
et - et quidem - armatos. 4 P., 4 1.
Donec. Labeinische Grammatik. 6 p., 4 1.
96 sub. cl. preceeds, is within, or follows. 1 p., 1 1.
Tribunos tamen ac praefectum... 4 p., 4 1.
2 seb; ms sed. 3 P., 3 1.
sexageni. 3 P., 3 1.

58. Handwritten: Cassius Chaerea... 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten card: Manuscript. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten cards: As it was, they drove forth the tribunes... 2 p., 2 1.
Handwritten card: Juvenal. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten cards: Grammar. 5 P., 3 1.
Monumen staatsi. 39 p., 28 1.
Aristotle. 10 p., 8 1.

Handwritten card. Rostovtzeff. 3 p., 2 1.
Blank card
Handwritten card: Praetorian guard in Rome. 2 p., 2 1.
59. Handwritten: Outline the Republic: Please copy and return. 6 p., 4 1.
Handwritten: IV Write on two the following topics, 1 p., 1 1,
Handwritten: Second Cup. 11 p., 8 1.
Printed American Classical League Publications. 7 p., 4 1.
Typewritten carbon: Latin I C June 1941. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: What kind of land whence the warriors came? 3 P., 3 1.
Handwritten: Gray, J. M., The School of Pythogeras. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Ciceronianism. 2 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Mythology - Religion. 2 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Humanism. 3 p., 2 1. (last page - The Teaching of Cicero)
Handwritten: Martial and the Epigram. 2 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Ancient Religions in Universal History/Am. Jnl. Phil. Apr.'08. 3 p., 2 1.
Handwritten: News Items [Fascist Italy] 4 p., 3 1.
Blank
Handwritten: Hill, Mrs. Ida Thallon, Rome of the Kings... 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Etruscan Tombs at Tarquinia Cornets. 3 p., 2 1.
Handwritten: John Buchan Julius Caesar... 5 P., 5 1.
60. Handwritten: Note - Dear Edith... s/Mary Reverse - Latin IC(mimeo typed), June 1944. 3 p., 2 1.
Typewritten carbon: Greek 105 - June 1944. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten cards: E Cie. not unconscious lex semp [?] might be invoked vs. him. 6 p., 3 1.
Handwritten cards: E. G. Hardy, The Catilinarian Conspiracy.... 36 p., 18 1.
Handwritten notes: Differences on emphasis on action. 4 p., 2 1.
Handwritten: Tespersen, Language. 2 p., 1 1.
Blank
Handwritten: The Unknown Mss of the Latin Classics. 5 P., 1 1.
Blank
Handwritten: 1. What historians supplement the knowledge we have of the Civil War from Caesar. 3 p., 3 1.
Handwritten: Byron. l,p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Shelley. 4 p., 2 1.
Handwritten: Keats. 2 p., 2 1.
Handwritten: 1. Si hgec fabula Di[?] placuit.., 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: VIVuOMalVEVyOOMal... 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Rise of Roman Types. 2 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: With a selection of Acousmata... 2 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: Meautis 36-3 of Recherches. 5 p., 3 1.
Handwritten: 1 Mililes vero, cum iam. ad summan montem... 7 P., 5 1.
Handwritten: 1 Memo (Geog Pupil): Can wisdom be taught. 18 p., 12 1.
Blanks
61. Typewritten: Catullus, Poem 60. 4 p., 4 1.
Typewritten: Roman Mathematics. carbon. 3 p., 3 1.
Typewritten: Original - Roman Mathematics. 3 p., 3 1.
62. Handwritten Cards: 7) Conception of good is the presup. of any science... 13 P., 11 l.
Handwritten card: Give me the fine books. 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten cards: Prometheus. 22 p., 15 1.
Handwritten cards: Bibliography - The Republic & the Empire. 2 p., 1 1.
Handwritten cards: Philosopher he who woos reality. 6 P., 3 1.
63. Handwritten cards: First Bk.- Lack of Miner. 14 p., 10 1. Socrates Dialogue
Handwritten cards: Lyrics/Prometheus. 12 P., 7 1.
64. Handwritten cards: Aug. 14 Thur. 6 P., 5 1.
Typewritten, Mimeo: New York State College for Teachers/State College Co-Op/ November 1950. 2 p., 2 1.
Handwritten card: Astysnax [?] 2 p., 1 1.
65. Handwritten: Prologues 1. Dronysuis grotesquely clad... 4 p., 2 1.
Handwritten Card: Laug. 1. Real. 2 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: I Defense - 2 groups of accusers... 1 p., 1 1.
Handwritten: The Phaedo. 5 P., 5 1.

Bound Notebooks

66. (1) s/Edith 0. Wallace/Virgil [some loose encl.].
67. (2) [Frontspiece] s/Edith 0. Wallace/Latin Literature of the Republic/

Professor McCrea's Lectures/Reading Notes [loose encl.]

68. Edith 0. Wallace/Servius handwritten note [loos encl]
69. Edith 0. Wallace/Somnium Scipionis Tusculan Disputations - I handwritten; notes [loose end]
70. Edith 0. Wallace/Tacitus, handwritten
71. Edith 0. Wallace/Greek Poetry, Examinations [loose end]
72. Edith 0. Wallace/Latin Composition handwritten - 2 notebooks notes [loose encl.]
73. Edith 0. Wallace/Types of Metres - handwritten
74. Edith 0. Wallace/Cicero & Christianity - handwritten note [loose end]
75. Edith 0. Wallace/The Court Comedies of John Lyly March 22, 1918 - handwritten 20 p; 20 1.
76. Edith 0. Wallace/Leonardo DaVinci: The All round man, Nov. 16, 1917 - handwritten 23p; 23 1.
77. Edith 0. Wallace/Toward a Fever Appreciation of Horace's Odes. handwritten 18 p; 18 1.
78. Edith 0. Wallace/Eng. Lit. 10, handwritten, 5p; 5 1.
79. Edith 0. Wallace/A Study of Shakespeare's Sonnets, Revised edition, April 19, 1918,
handwritten 12 p; 12 1.

80. Edith 0. Wallace/More and Erasmus on War, Eng. Lit. 25, March 2, 1918, handwritten 7 p; 7 1.
81. Edith 0. Wallace/Professor McCrea/The Rouge of Servius's Commentary of the Second Aeneid.
(paper written in connection with course in Virgil in SS 1928) handwritten 36p; 36 1.

82. The Electra of Euripides, pp. 3-74 music sheet; music by Horace Middleton,
translation by Sir Gilbert Murray

83. The Electra of Euripides, pp. 1-74; bound notebook, music by H. Middeton,
translation by Murray

84. The Notes on Philosophy in the Commentary of Servius on the Ecologues, the Georgics,
and the Aeneid of Vergil. part 1, pp. 1-221

85. The Notes ... part 2, pp. 222-408, typewritten, binder
86. Part 1 - The Republic 62 p.; 62 1. Translation and Comment 17 p. 17 1. handwritten binder
87. Kalendarium anno 1930 bimillennia li vergiliano
Kalendarium anno 1931 Ave roma imwrtalis
Kalendarium anno 1931 Ave roma immortalis
Kalendarium anno 1933 de gallia transalpina
Kalendarium anno 1935 bimillenniali hora tiano
Kalendarium anno 1929 cum hymnis Latinis
88. National Archaeological Museum; a Prehistoric Collections - A brief Guide
1965. 92 p. 36 plates

89. Travel Jordan - The Holy Land by Kay Showker; 186 pages, 2 maps
90. Gifts of Jubal - Musical Instruments from the Ancient East by Claire circa J. Polin + slide,
20 p. 10 1., 1954

91.St. Margaret Queen of Scotland and her Chapel 1965, pp. 1-24
92. Leonard Woods Richardson - A Memorial Address, Nov. 15, 1929, pp. 1-12
93. An Exhibition of William Blake's Water-Color Drawings of Milton's Paradise Lost" 1938, 15 p. 16 plates
94. Oxford in Pictures by Maxwell Fraser, 12 p., 32 plates
95. Hellas by V. Papaioannou; a souvenir of Greece from the National Institute g Philellinon Str. Athens
96. The Abolition of war, by S. Eddy and K. Page, 1924, pp. 1-96
97. Greece - A Glimpse of Works of Art exhibited in the Greek Pavilion at the NY World's
Fair 24 p. 12 1. (see oversize)

98. Roman Vergil by Dr. Perley Oakland Place [4 p.]
99. Poetry for January 1948, vol. 71 no. 4 [p.173-230]
100. Ostia - The Dead Cities of Italy 1933, pp. (1-2) (5-24)
101. Ostia - The Dead Cities of Italy 1934 2nd edition, pp. (1-23)
102. Pompeji - The New Excavations (Houses and Inhabitants) by M. Della Corte, 1925 [pp. 1-80]
103. The National Geographic Magazine January 1954, volume cv, No. 1, [48pp]
104. The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Bulletin March 1947, vol. V, No. 7, [pp. 173-196]
105. The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Bulletin April 1949, Vol. VII, No. 8 [pp. 205-236]
106. The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Bulletin February 1955, Vol. XIII, No. 6, [pp. 185-208]
107. Classical Allusions in the New York Times by Frances E. Sabin [pp. 1-48] 1936
108. Photographs of Italy and its art. [64 count] black and white
109. Various paintings, articles, posters, maps ... on (Classical Lands of the Mediterranean) [42 count]
110. Miss Elizabeth Kirkbride; papers 1938-39
111. Cards and letters to Edith 0. Wallace [6 count]
112. Filed in class of 1915. Reception to Class 1915 by the Progressive Class 1917, Feb. 26, 1915
113. General Examination for the PH.D. Degree
114. Edith 0. Wallace/Troicus 9 Gressida - notes [loose encl.]
115. Edith 0. Wallace/The Spirit of Adventure in Spenser, Marlowe, and Shakespeare 2 copies [loose end]
116. Wellesley College - Midyear Examination 1918 English Literature 25
117. The Wagar Series of Historic prints of Old Albany, 1813, (3 small prints) (9 large prints)
118. Servii Grammatici Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 [not complete]
119. Dr. L. W. Richardson - manuscript - Special Methods in Latin
120. Dr. L. W. Richardson - newspaper clippings 1908-1910
121. Knickerbocker news article - August 23, 1939
122. The Ceremony of the Laying of the Cornerstone of the Alumni Residence Hall -
New York State College for Teachers; June 15, 1935

123. English Literature 25, Edith 0. Wallace May 31, 1918; Allusions in
Shakespeare to the Adventurous Spirit of the Renaissance

124. Report of the Young Woman's Christian Association in the State Normal College, March 1913-1914
125. Les belles Chansons de France - music words [14 pp.] [14 1.]
126. [3 works - author posters - Pre-Conquest Literature: Germanic 800-1100;
1100-1400; 1400-1600.

127. Erasmus and More - Edith 0. Wallace [13p.], handwritten, [loose-end]
128. Lecture Outlines, typed, [13p - 13 11; Eng. Lit 1, 25, 1914-1918.]
129. Journey Into Another World, 1974, by Marion Coleman, part one - First Steps
130. Journey Into Another World, 1974, by Marion Coleman, part two -
Exploring That Other World (1930-1939)

131. Journey Into Another World, 1975, by Marion Coleman, part three -
Journey's End (1939-1974)

132. A Wanderer in Rom by E. V. Lucas 1926
133. Winnie Ille Pu-A-Latin Version of A.A. Milne's Winn-the-Poo,
translated by Alexander Lenard. 1960.

134. A History of New York by Diedrich Knickerbocker ( undated)
135. Farm Festivals by Will Carleton 1905
136. The Adventures of Baron Muchausen by Baron Munchausen, Illustrated by G. Dote. [ undated]
137. The Wonder that was India by A. L. Basham, 1954
138. Lost Treasures of Europe - a pictorial record. 1946 edited by Henry LaFarge
139. Daedalus and Thespis - The Contributions of the Ancient Dramatic Poets to
Our knowledge of the Arts and Crafts of Greece by Walter Miller, 1929

140. Ancient Sicily by Leonard Von Matt, 1960.
141. Paintings (3) in color, fold into each other in black box
142. Fra. Angelica - The Gallery of Masterpieces, text by Jean Dominique Rey (1954)
143. Great Paintings from the National Gallery of Art (1952) Edited by
H. Cairns and J. Walker.

144. Shakespear's Country - a book of photographs by S. W. Colyer, 1947
145. The Charm of the English Lakes - a book of photographs by S. W. Colyer 1940
146. The Glory of North Wales - a book of photographs by S. W. Colyer 1948
147. Diplomas - Edith 0. Wallace filed in F-12-4
Teachers - Bachelor of Arts 1917.
Wellesley College - Piasters of Art 1920
Columbia University - Doctor of Philosophy, 1938

148. Album - The Georgics of Virgil, translated and read by circa Day Lewis
149. Oedipus the King of Sophocles
150. Arthurian Legends in Medieval Art by Roger and Laura Loomis 1938
151. La Divina Comnedia by Dante Aligheri (1956)
152. Slides, 35 mm (not itemized)
153. Records
F-9065-A, Greek, DYO KAPDIE , POUm, Dio Kardies (Ferrer)
-B, Greek, &AN' APTA, POU?LtIOC, than Arga (Ferrer)
Standard Phono Corp., NY ? Copyright 1945

26-8256-A, Greek, MANPLATOE KAI MATINH
-B,, Greek, 60A TO METANOIAijif, THA TO METANIOSIS-Waltz
RCA Victor Division of Radio Corporation of America
(31177) GO 4080*, A.1., A.1., A.1, MAPIA) Manufactured by Decca Records, Inc.
4102, MATIA TfAKIPIKA

(GO 3198) 31111-A, ~ETOY BAM~ THj?, ~?TPWEf
(GO 3182) -B, VMTEI (JEIA JrANEI
(CO 19754) 7223-F, KPAI~I ? TAYA'0, FRASI, GREEK Vocal
(CO 19755) 7223-F, Efy to 04E AHEJ~ j ? TAYXO,, ESY TO THELISES )Columbia
(GO 3710) 31160-A, NA TO. 17 APH TO KOPITf? I
(GO 3709) 31160-B, BA MEINa [?/A 1JANTA KONTA tOY-Decca Odeon-Parlophone recording
(CO 25499) 7185-F, rIATI TA XPONIA AEN rYPIZOYN YIATI TA CHRCNIA THEN YIRIZOUN
(CO 25500) 7185-F, TA?? MATIA T&? hXrM.*~ manufactured by Columbia
(CO 32209) 7222-F, MAKPYA &Y, MAKRIA SOU, Greek vocal, Columbia
(M 32208) 7222-F, A I?ANIA nIA DEN EXA AGONIA PIA DEN EHO ) Columbia
(CO 33003) 7225-F, AYO A rAKEt ? TAYX6, DIO AGAPES ? TANGO, Greek Columbia
(CO 33004) 7225-F, MAPIJL ? TAYX6, MARIO TANGO Columbia
FP 97/9, PITAO on the Death of Socrates', Read in Greek and English by Prof. Moses Hados;
Folkways Records and Service Corp., New York. Text: By special arrangement with phono tapes Inc.

SL 996B, ODES OF HORACE, EIGHTMIi ODES OF QUINTUS HORATIUS FLACCUS, Read in Latin by
Dr. John F. circa Richards; Folkways Record

TC 1076, The Book of Job, Adapted and directed by Howard 0. Sackler Caedman Records, Inc.
LPA 2201, John Barrymore in Hamlet, The John Barrymore Shakespeare Series Audio Rarities
LBMV1007, KRISTENFLAGSTAD in PURCELL's DIDO and HENAS, with members of the mermaid Theatre
Company, London; Geraint Jones, conductor, complete
Made in USA By Radio Corporation of America fram Master Recorded in Europe

MS37-40, Madam Chiang Kai-Shek, Speech at Wekkesket College, Wellesley, Mass., March 7, 1943
A Linguaphone recording

154. Carl Orff, Carmina Burana, Cantiones Profanae, Songs from the Manuscript Collection
of Benedict for solo voices, chorus, and orchestra (1936); Associated Music Publishers, Inc., New York

The notes on Philosophy are in the Cormientary of Servius on the Eclogues.

Shakespearean tragedy, lectures on Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth ... 2d. ed., 1920

1917 Pedagogue

Medals, pins, and rings

1. Pin

Obverse--G[rade] S[chool no.] 4 [19]09
Reverse--Shepard, N.Y. Solid Gold
2. Medal
Obverse--The Henry E. Mereness Medal - Junior Scholarship - Edith O. Wallace
Reverse--State Normal High School, Albany, N.Y., June 24, 1912
3. Pin
Obverse--C[rimson & ] W[hite]
Reverse--E.O.V[V.]
4. Medal
Obverse--1913 Latin
Reverse--The President's Medal, Dr. William J. Milne, June 23, 1913,
Edith Wallace, State Normal High School, Albany, N.Y.
5. Pin
Obverse--N[ormal] H[igh] S[chool] '13
Reverse--E.W. 14 KT Dieges & Clus, 20 John St., N.Y.
6. Pin
Obverse--S[ignum] L[audis] NYSCT
Reverse--E.O.W. O-K G.F.
7. Key
Obverse--Myskania. 1917.
Reverse--'17 E.O. Wallace. A.B.
8. Ring
Obverse--1917 [NYSCT, Albany Senior Class Ring]
Reverse--E.O.W. 14K
9. Pin
Obverse--DW [Delta Omega]
Reverse--[(blank)]
10. Pin
Obverse--ZS [Zeta Sigma]
Reverse--E.O.W.


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