Ernest T. Hiller Papers, 1927, 1930, 1937, 1941-42, 1947, 1952, 1966-67 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 15/21/21
Acquired: 10/3/1966; 1/30/1967
Volume: 0.3 cubic feet
Available for use at:
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Description: Papers of Ernest Theodore Hiller (1883-1966), professor of sociology (1928-49), including The Strike (1928), "A Culture Theory of Population Trends" (1930), an Outline Guide for Principles of Sociology (1934), "The Social Structure in Relation to the Person" (1937), Houseboat and River-Bottoms People (1939), "The Community as a Social Group" (1941), "Extension of Urban Characteristics into Rural Areas" (1941), Institutions and Institutional Groups (1942) and Social Relations and Structures (1947); a copy of a letter on the American Sociological Society and the Society for the Study of Social Problems (1952); an obituary; memorial tributes and letters from Mrs. E. T. Hiller (1966-67). A copy of Rural Community Types (1928, co-author) is in Record Series 7/1/810, Illinois Studies in the Social Sciences. The series includes The Nature and Basis of Social Order (1966) and a photograph of Prof. Hiller.