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Collection Number: 04910

Collection Title: Arnold S. Nash Papers (#4910) 1939-1974

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Size About 6000 items (8.0 linear feet).
Abstract Arnold Samuel Nash (1906- ) was a professor in the Department of Religion of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and an Anglican minister. Nash moved to the United States from his native England in 1939. His particular areas of academic interest were philosophy of science, sociology of science, and the sociology of religion. He was the author of The University and the Modern World (1944) and numerous articles. Arnold Samuel Nash's papers reflect his interests in current events and issues facing the University of North Carolina. Included are records from UNC Department of Religion; routine business papers as well as records of Nash's speaking engagements and conferences, extensive correspondence files, and subject files on current events. Most of the speech and conference materials relate to religion and the university or the university and society. In the correspondence files are letters to and from the friends he left in England; topics discussed in these letters include the experience of living in London through World War II, the Lend Lease Program, and the Speaker Ban at the University of North Carolina. Also included is a letter to Nash from Albert Einstein.
Creator Nash, Arnold S. (Arnold Samuel).
Language English.
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Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Provenance
Received from the Department of Religion, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in February 1998 (Acc. 98029).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Arnold Nash was born in England in 1906 and was educated at the University of Liverpool, Ripon Hall, Oxford, and the London School of Economics. He held graduate degrees in chemistry, philosophy, and sociology and was a minister in the Anglican church. His particular areas of interest were philosophy of science, sociology of science, and the sociology of religion. He also studied the relationship of the university to society. In 1939, he moved to the United States and embarked on a series of guest lectureships at various universities that ended with his taking a position as professor in the Department of Religion at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in 1947. He was the author of The University and the Modern World (1944) and numerous articles. Nash frequently lectured at other institutions, both in the United States and throughout the world. He served on many committees and in groups on campus, and his papers indicate his concern with issues that affected the University.

Nash married Ethel M. Nash in 1933 and they had two sons, Keir and David. Ethel Nash graduated from the University of Liverpool and then obtained a graduate degree in guidance and counseling from the University of North Carolina. She traveled around the country lecturing at various universities and published articles on marriage and the family.

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Arnold Samuel Nash's papers reflect his interests in current events and issues facing the University of North Carolina. Included are records from UNC Department of Religion; routine business papers as well as records of Nash's speaking engagements and conferences, extensive correspondence files, and subject files on current events. Most of the speech and conference materials relate to religion and the university or the university and society. In the correspondence files are letters to and from the friends he left in England; topics discussed in these letters include the experience of living in London through World War II, the Lend Lease Program, and the Speaker Ban at the University of North Carolina. Also included is a letter to Nash from Albert Einstein.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Biography, undated.

About 40 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Various versions of Arnold Samuel Nash's curriculum vitae. Also two versions of Ethel Nash's curriculum vitae.

Folder 1

Biography #04910, Series: "1. Biography, undated. " Folder 1

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Correspondence, 1939-1967.

About 2000 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

The correspondence of Arnold Samuel Nash. Nash divided his correspondence into two separate categories here labeled Correspondence 1 and Correspondence 2. The reason for the distinction remains unclear. The two sets of correspondence contain letters about similar subjects. Both contain carbon copies of Nash's outgoing letters. Unfortunately, the first half, A-I, of Correspondence 2 was destroyed by mold and mildew.

The correspondence concerns questions of the role of the university in society, the role of religion in society, and the place of religion in the university. Also included are letters from the 1930s and 1940s concerning the outbreak of World War II from the perspective of the English. One particularly striking series of letters is from Nash's friend Gilbert Russell (located in Correspondence 1 filed under R) detailing his experiences preparing for war, Russell's plea to Nash to shelter his children in America for the duration of the war, the birth of his baby in a Morrison shelter, the erroneous report of his wife's death on a ship sunk by the Germans, and the reconstruction of England after the Blitz. Another interesting letter stating a British point of view about America's Lend-Lease program is filed in Correspondence 1 under H for Hudson.

Correspondence 1 includes a letter to Nash from Albert Einstein (filed under E). The series also includes a carbon of Nash's letter to Einstein in which Nash asked Einstein about the philosophy behind science. In his response, Einstein briefly mentioned a few philosophers who influenced him.

Another topic covered sporadically in the correspondence is the Speaker Ban at the University of North Carolina in the 1960s. Nash corresponded with other academics and friends about his frustration with the North Carolina state legislature's ban on Communist Party-affliated speakers on state school campuses and Nash's own efforts to remedy the situation.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955.

About 1000 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Folder 2

A #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 2

Folder 3-4

Folder 3

Folder 4

B #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 3-4

Folder 5

C #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 5

Folder 6

D #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 6

Folder 7

E #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 7

Folder 8

F #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 8

Folder 9

G #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 9

Folder 10

H #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 10

Folder 11

I #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 11

Folder 12

J #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 12

Folder 13

K #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 13

Folder 14

L #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 14

Folder 15

M #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 15

Folder 16

N #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 16

Folder 17

O #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 17

Folder 18

P #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 18

Folder 19-20

Folder 19

Folder 20

R #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 19-20

Folder 21

S #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 21

Folder 22

T #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 22

Folder 23

U #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 23

Folder 24

V-Z #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 24

Folder 25

Unidentified Correspondents #04910, Subseries: "2.1. Correspondence 1, 1939-1955. " Folder 25

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969.

About 1000 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical with frequent correspondents in their own folders at the beginning of the series.

Folder 26

Heard, Alex #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 26

Folder 27

Irwin, Keith #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 27

Folder 28

Lenski, Gerhard #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 28

Folder 29

Niebuhr, Reinhold #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 29

Folder 30

Okun, Dan #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 30

Folder 31

Shannon, Jones #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 31

Folder 32

Willard, Don #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 32

Folder 33

J #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 33

Folder 34

M-N #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 34

Folder 35

O #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 35

Folder 36-38

Folder 36

Folder 37

Folder 38

P #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 36-38

Folder 39

Q #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 39

Folder 40

R #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 40

Folder 41-43

Folder 41

Folder 42

Folder 43

S #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 41-43

Folder 44-45

Folder 44

Folder 45

T #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 44-45

Folder 46

U-V #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 46

Folder 47-48

Folder 47

Folder 48

W-Z #04910, Subseries: "2.2. Correspondence 2, 1939-1969. " Folder 47-48

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About 100 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by folder title then chronological within folders.

Drafts of an article by Nash and letters to The Christian Scholar, as well as minutes of editorial staff meetings, copies of Nash's articles and articles by others, and correspondence about and Nash's contribution to the book The Making of a Minister, a collection of speeches from a syposium of the same name.

Folder 49

Christian Scholar #04910, Series: "3. Publications, 1949-1964. " Folder 49

Folder 50

Copies of Articles #04910, Series: "3. Publications, 1949-1964. " Folder 50

Folder 51

Making of a Minister #04910, Series: "3. Publications, 1949-1964. " Folder 51

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. University of North Carolina, 1948-1972.

About 1000 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Papers relating to Nash's work at the University of North Carolina. These subseries document the many areas of campus life in which Nash was involved. Nash was a faculty member during some very tumultuous years at UNC, and he took a great interest in the students and their problems relating to traditional curricula. The 1963-1968 Speaker Ban created much controversy on campus, and Nash was at the center of the faculty response to the ban.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.1 Department of Religion, 1948-1972.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.2. Library, 1949-1963.

About 300 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by folder name then chronological within folders.

Nash's requests for the library to purchase certain books. Also included is a copy of the Report and Recommendations of the Special Committee on Book Allocations for the UNC library.

Folder 62

Acquisitions and Holdings #04910, Subseries: "4.2. Library, 1949-1963. " Folder 62

Folder 63

Correspondence with UNC Library #04910, Subseries: "4.2. Library, 1949-1963. " Folder 63

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.3. Speaker Ban, 1963-1965.

About 100 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by folder titles then chronological within folders.

Papers documenting the Chapel Hill student and faculty response to the Speaker Ban legislation, the opposition to the bill of the American Association of University Professors, Chapel Hill chapter, and the measures taken to influence the legislature to change the bill. In 1963, the North Carolina General Assembly had passed Bill 1395, which stated that no member of the Communist Party, anyone who was known to advocate the overthrow of the Constitution of the United States or the state of North Carolina, or anyone who pled the Fifth Amendment when asked about membership in the Communist Party was permitted to use the facilities of state colleges or universities. This law caused tremendous controversy in the state and a great deal of opposition to the bill arose at UNC. Nash was heavily involved in this controversy as president of the Chapel Hill chapter of the American Association of University Professors.

Folder 64-65

Folder 64

Folder 65

Correspondence #04910, Subseries: "4.3. Speaker Ban, 1963-1965. " Folder 64-65

Folder 66

Correspondence with Washington #04910, Subseries: "4.3. Speaker Ban, 1963-1965. " Folder 66

Folder 67

Gag Law #04910, Subseries: "4.3. Speaker Ban, 1963-1965. " Folder 67

Folder 68

House Bill 1395 #04910, Subseries: "4.3. Speaker Ban, 1963-1965. " Folder 68

Folder 69

Graham, John #04910, Subseries: "4.3. Speaker Ban, 1963-1965. " Folder 69

Folder 70

Notes and Minutes #04910, Subseries: "4.3. Speaker Ban, 1963-1965. " Folder 70

Folder 71

Speaker Ban #04910, Subseries: "4.3. Speaker Ban, 1963-1965. " Folder 71

Folder 72

Statements #04910, Subseries: "4.3. Speaker Ban, 1963-1965. " Folder 72

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970.

About 300 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by folder title then chronological within folders.

Collection of papers on topics relating to events and issues at the University of North Carolina. Nash was on several commitees studying ethical problems, faculty salaries and benefits relative to the rest of the country, and academic freedom in American universities. He also served on the committee formed to help organize a campus wide religion week.

Folder 73

Chapel Hill Weekly #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 73

Folder 74-75

Folder 74

Folder 75

Committee on Experiments on Human Beings #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 74-75

Folder 76

Committee on Government #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 76

Folder 77

Correspondence with Governor #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 77

Folder 78

Correspondence with other Institutions NC Fringe Benefits #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 78

Folder 79

Correspondence with State Chairmen #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 79

Folder 80

Faculty Salaries at UNC #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 80

Folder 81

Membership List UNC #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 81

Folder 82

Minutes of Conference and Committee #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 82

Folder 83

Pharmacy School #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 83

Folder 84

Provisions Regarding Academic Freedom #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 84

Folder 85

Religious Emphasis Week #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 85

Folder 86

Secretary #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 86

Folder 87

State Pension Funds #04910, Subseries: "4.4. UNC Business, 1951-1970. " Folder 87

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Professional Activities, 1946-1974.

About 3000 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Nash's files relating to his participation in a number of professional activities, including conferences, summer teaching seminars, professional organizations, and a large number of speaking engagements. He divided his files on speaking engagements into two separate series: one series (Engagements) is arranged chronologically by date of the speech, and the other (Speaking Engagements) is alphabetical by the name of the institution.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964.

About 400 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by folder title, chronological within folders.

Correspondence, meeting schedules, and some participant lists and transcripts of speeches relating to conferences on a variety of topics. Most of the conferences focused on issues of religion in higher education.

Folder 88

Bob James Tour #04910, Subseries: "5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964. " Folder 88

Folder 89

Conference of University Teachers, Swanwick #04910, Subseries: "5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964. " Folder 89

Folder 90

Council on Christian Higher Education in Asia #04910, Subseries: "5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964. " Folder 90

Folder 91

Dons Conference and Bossey, 1957 #04910, Subseries: "5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964. " Folder 91

Folder 92

Duke Assembly #04910, Subseries: "5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964. " Folder 92

Folder 93

Ecumenical Institute, Bossey #04910, Subseries: "5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964. " Folder 93

Folder 94

Faculty Conference #04910, Subseries: "5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964. " Folder 94

Folder 95

First International Congress of Social Psychiatry #04910, Subseries: "5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964. " Folder 95

Folder 96

International Sociological Association Congress #04910, Subseries: "5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964. " Folder 96

Folder 97

Princeton Bicentennial #04910, Subseries: "5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964. " Folder 97

Folder 98

Southern Sociological Society #04910, Subseries: "5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964. " Folder 98

Folder 99

Symposium on Love #04910, Subseries: "5.1. Conferences, 1946-1964. " Folder 99

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973.

About 800 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by folder title, chronological within folders.

These papers deal with the organizational details of putting together summer seminars for college and university teachers on the Christian foundations of teaching. Nash helped to lead these conferences, which were sponsored by the Danforth Foundation and were attended by professors from many disciplines from all over the United States and the world.

Folder 100

Acceptance #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 100

Folder 101

Accepted Applications #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 101

Folder 102

Advertising #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 102

Folder 103

Applications #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 103

Folder 104

Area Sociological Societies Secretaries #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 104

Folder 105

Chairmen of Departments #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 105

Folder 106

Danforth 1959 #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 106

Folder 107

Elizabeth Lam's Lists #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 107

Folder 108

Enquiries and Invitations Not Answered #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 108

Folder 109

First Reserves #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 109

Folder 110

Foreign Students Advisor #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 110

Folder 111

Inquiries Needing Further Letters From Nash #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 111

Folder 112

Miscellaneous #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 112

Folder 113

Publicity #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 113

Folder 114

Rejected Invitations #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 114

Folder 115-116

Folder 115

Folder 116

Seminar #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 115-116

Folder 117

Seminar at Chapel Hill #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 117

Folder 118

Seminars 1956: Summer #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 118

Folder 119

Speakers #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 119

Folder 120

Unsuccessful Applications #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 120

Folder 121

USA Reserves #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 121

Folder 122-123

Folder 122

Folder 123

Yale Seminar #04910, Subseries: "5.2. Danforth, 1955-1973. " Folder 122-123

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.3. Engagements, 1965-1974.

About 300 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

News releases, programs, texts of speeches, and correspondence concerning Nash's speaking engagements at various universities, colleges, and organizational meetings. Nash frequently spoke on a variety of topics, mostly dealing with religion in some fashion. This series is organized by the date of the speaking engagement.

Folder 124-125

Folder 124

Folder 125

1965 #04910, Subseries: "5.3. Engagements, 1965-1974. " Folder 124-125

Folder 126-127

Folder 126

Folder 127

1966 #04910, Subseries: "5.3. Engagements, 1965-1974. " Folder 126-127

Folder 128-129

Folder 128

Folder 129

1967 #04910, Subseries: "5.3. Engagements, 1965-1974. " Folder 128-129

Folder 130

1968 #04910, Subseries: "5.3. Engagements, 1965-1974. " Folder 130

Folder 131

1969 #04910, Subseries: "5.3. Engagements, 1965-1974. " Folder 131

Folder 132

1970 #04910, Subseries: "5.3. Engagements, 1965-1974. " Folder 132

Folder 133

1971 #04910, Subseries: "5.3. Engagements, 1965-1974. " Folder 133

Folder 134

1972 #04910, Subseries: "5.3. Engagements, 1965-1974. " Folder 134

Folder 135

1973 #04910, Subseries: "5.3. Engagements, 1965-1974. " Folder 135

Folder 136

1974 #04910, Subseries: "5.3. Engagements, 1965-1974. " Folder 136

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.4. Miscellaneous Files, 1958-1960.

5 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Miscellaneous minutes and correspondence.

Folder 137

Miscellaneous #04910, Subseries: "5.4. Miscellaneous Files, 1958-1960. " Folder 137

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.5. Organizations, 1954-1964.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964.

About 900 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by the name of the institution.

News releases, programs, texts of speeches, and correspondence concerning Nash's speaking engagements at various universities, colleges, and organizational meetings.

Folder 144

A-B #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 144

Folder 145

C-E #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 145

Folder 146

F #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 146

Folder 147

G #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 147

Folder 148

H-I #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 148

Folder 149

J-L #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 149

Folder 150

M #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 150

Folder 151-152

Folder 151

Folder 152

N #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 151-152

Folder 153

O-R #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 153

Folder 154-155

Folder 154

Folder 155

S #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 154-155

Folder 156

T #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 156

Folder 157

U-V #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 157

Folder 158-159

Folder 158

Folder 159

W #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 158-159

Folder 160

X-Z #04910, Subseries: "5.6. Speaking Engagements, 1955-1964. " Folder 160

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.7. Subject Files, 1964-1971.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.8. Travel, 1946-1965.

About 200 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence, meeting agendas, and reports relating to Nash's trips around the world. Nash studied the role of religion in the lives and teaching of college and university professors in a variety of countries. Although primarily interested in Christianity, Nash also attended multifaith conferences.

Folder 169

Asia, Africa and Australia #04910, Subseries: "5.8. Travel, 1946-1965. " Folder 169

Folder 170

England and Scandinavia #04910, Subseries: "5.8. Travel, 1946-1965. " Folder 170

Folder 171-173

Folder 171

Folder 172

Folder 173

Europe #04910, Subseries: "5.8. Travel, 1946-1965. " Folder 171-173

Folder 174-175

Folder 174

Folder 175

Trip to Asia #04910, Subseries: "5.8. Travel, 1946-1965. " Folder 174-175

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