Ernest L. Bogart Papers, 1910-35 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 9/5/21
Volume: 3.0 cubic feet
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Description: Papers of Ernest L. Bogart (1870-1958), professor of economics (1909-41), including departmental and personal correspondence concerning academic appointments, recommendations, applications, graduate programs and requirements, scholarships and fellowships, Rhodes scholarships, Thrift Essay prize, business positions, publications, University Studies, Studies in the Social Sciences series, economics courses and curricula, textbooks, economic policy committee, lectures, leaves, summer sessions, admissions, committee and work affairs. Correspondents include John F. Bell, Edward Berman, Lee Bidgood, Pembroke H. Brown, Arthur H. Daniels, F. G. Dickinson, Frank A. Fetter, Evarts B. Greene, Otto Gressens, D. H. Hoover, Merlin H. Hunter, Frederic E. Lee, Simon Litman, D. Phillip Locklin, Maron K. McKay, Royal E. Montgomery, Lloyd Morey, Charles L. Prather, Maurice H. Robinson, Charles M. Thompson, Max J. Wasserman, Gordon S. Watkins, Nathan A. Weston, F. E. Wolfe, Ivan Wright and O. A. Wright. The series also contains source material, notes and published copies of Bogart's Economic History of the United States (1907-38) and Direct and Indirect Costs of the Great World War (1919); source material and notes for War Costs and Their Financing (1921); reprints of articles (1901-22); class record books (1910-35) for classes in economic history of U.S., England and modern Europe and correspondence, agendas, minutes, memoranda, reports and bulletins relating to Prof. Bogart's service as a member of the State Advisory Committee of the Illinois Emergency Relief Commission (1934-35), which was responsible for work relief, rural rehabilitation, emergency education, subsistence gardens and similar programs.