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Alphabetical files, 1976 - 2000


Scope and Contents

From the Series:

The Subject Files series contains correspondence, notes, articles, printouts, clippings, and other ephemera of Stephen Graubard, primarily relating to his work as Editor of Daedalus and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, but including material regarding his work for the Carnegie Scholars program, as professor at Brown University, etc. The series is further divided into two sub-series comprising alphabetical and chronologically arranged files.


  • 1976 - 2000


From the Collection: 56 Linear Feet (44 boxes (35 record storage boxes + 5 legal size document cases + 4 oversized flat boxes))

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


The arrangement of the alphabetical files has been restored as much as possible, which required that they first be separated from working files or unidentified files, which now make up Series II, Mixed files.

They have been arranged according to the original labels, such that each alphabetic section begins with the general files for that letter, followed by subjects filed in that letter. For example, documents filed generally under 'E' have been further sorted into folders labeled 'Ea-Ed', 'Ee-Ep', and 'Eq-Ez'; these files are then followed by specific subjects filed alphabetically, such as 'East-West Center', 'Eckstein', 'Edington', etc.


Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

Lauinger Library, 5th Floor
37th and O Streets, N.W.
Washington DC 20057