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Finding Aid for the Henry Lee Smith Papers, circa 1935-1972, (bulk 1956-1972)

22/8F/232

State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives


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Collection Overview

Title: Henry Lee Smith Papers, circa 1935-1972, (bulk 1956-1972)
Creator: Smith, Henry Lee, 1913-1972
Extent: 22.5 linear feet (15 cartons)
Language of Material: Collection material in English.
Repository: State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives
Abstract: Papers of Henry Lee Smith include information, articles, pamphlets, notes regarding linguistics; speeches, publicity information, correspondence. Correspondents include Bernard J. Weiss, Norman A. McQuown, Richard D. Runyon, John C. Rose, Alan Lomax, David Thompson, Edward A. Kennard, Richard Huber, Frank S. Hopkins, Richard Heindel, Edward T. Hall, Michael Halbert, Julian Granberry, Hans Gottschalk, Robert Austerlitz, Irven D.J. Bross, William C. Stokoe, Raven I. McDavid, George P. Faust, Elizabeth K. Hewitt, William Fenton, Anthony C. D'Agostino, Robert Stockwell, Clara E. Stratemeyer, Benjamin Scheifer, Charles F. Hockett, Hooshang Mosallai, as well as general correspondence to publishers (Harper and Row, Grolier, Doubleday and Co., M. Evans and Co., Scott-Forstman, et al.) and linguistic associations. Additional material includes information from the Linguistic Society of America (LSA), including executive committee meeting data, correspondence, grants, brochures, directories, and general information. Includes information regarding television and radio work. Also includes U.S. Army language manuals as well as information on education of and correspondence with German POW.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Description and dates], Box/folder number, 22/8F/232, Henry Lee Smith Papers, 1935-1972 (bulk 1956-1972), University Archives, State University of New York at Buffalo.

See the Special Collections' preferred citations instructions for additional information.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Mrs. Henry Lee Smith, 1973-75.

Terms of Access

Open for research.

Copyright

Copyright of papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns. Researchers must obtain the written permission of the holder(s) of copyright and the University Archives before publishing quotations from materials in th collection. Most papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures unless otherwise specified.

Processing Information

Preliminary inventory list prepared by Archives staff.

Accruals and Additions

No further accruals are expected to this collection.


Biographical Note

Dr. Henry Lee Smith, Jr. (1913-1972), born Morristown, New Jersey, graduated from Princeton University, lectured and instructed in English at Barnard College (1938-1940) and Brown University (1940-1942); served as a major in the U.S. Army, officer in charge, Language Section, Information and Education Division, ASF (1942-1945), foreign language instructional and reference materials for U.S. troops; charged with orientation and teaching English to selected German prisoners at Ft. Getty, Rhode Island, and Ft. Eustis, Virginia (1945-1946); assistant chief, Division of Training Services (1946-1947) and assistant director of Foreign Service Institute (1946-1956) for U.S. Department of State; founder (1946) and first director of the School of Language and Linguistics, FSI (later the School of Language Studies), under U.S. Department of State; professor of linguistics (1951-1956) and Dean of the School of Languages, FSI (1955-1956), under the U.S. Department of State; chairman, Department of Anthropology and Linguistics (later Department of Anthropology), State University of New York at Buffalo (1956-1965); acting director, Program in Linguistics, University of Buffalo (1967-1968); professor of linguistics and English, Department of Linguistics, UB; postdoctoral fellow, University of Edinburgh (1970


Scope and Content Note

Papers of Henry Lee Smith include information, articles, pamphlets, notes regarding linguistics; speeches, publicity information, correspondence. Correspondents include Bernard J. Weiss, Norman A. McQuown, Richard D. Runyon, John C. Rose, Alan Lomax, David Thompson, Edward A. Kennard, Richard Huber, Frank S. Hopkins, Richard Heindel, Edward T. Hall, Michael Halbert, Julian Granberry, Hans Gottschalk, Robert Austerlitz, Irven D.J. Bross, William C. Stokoe, Raven I. McDavid, George P. Faust, Elizabeth K. Hewitt, William Fenton, Anthony C. D'Agostino, Robert Stockwell, Clara E. Stratemeyer, Benjamin Scheifer, Charles F. Hockett, Hooshang Mosallai, as well as general correspondence to publishers (Harper and Row, Grolier, Doubleday and Co., M. Evans and Co., Scott-Forstman, et al.) and linguistic associations. Additional material includes information from the Linguistic Society of America (LSA), including executive committee meeting data, correspondence, grants, brochures, directories, and general information. Includes information regarding television and radio work. Also includes U.S. Army language manuals as well as information on education of and correspondence with German POW.


Arrangement

Inventory list is arranged by box number. Please ask archivist for more detailed descriptions.


Container List

Box Contents
1 Box 1, 1932-1975

• Packet containing pertinent articles on Linguistics by various authors
• Speaking engagements, correspondence
• Speeches, 1960-1961
• Speeches, prior to 1960; correspondence
• National Science Foundation
• New York State English Council
• Katherine T. Loesch, correspondence
• John Regan, correspondence
• Trager-Smith, correspondence
• George L. Trager, correspondence
• Roger Wescott, correspondence
• Bernard J. Weiss, correspondence
• Norman A. McQuown (Prof.), correspondence
• Mrs. Richard D Runyan, correspondence
• John C. Rose, correspondence
• Alan Lomax (Kniffen)
• David Thomas (Japan)
• Correspondence, etc., concerning speeches (unlabeled)
• Henry Lee Smith, Jr.: Speech summary sheets
• H.L.S.: Publicity
• Sabbatical, 1970
• H.L.S.: Personal
• Cosmos Club
• Glass slides from educational television series
• Unfiled material

2 Box 2, 1932-1975

• Papers by other scholars, unlabeled
K-A-T spelz cat, a fonetik reder by Leo G. Davis
• Stuff for courses
• Linguistics pamphlets
• Miscellaneous letters, articles (unlabeled)
• Small bundle of notes for courses
• Flyers, course outlines (unlabeled)
• Language and culture
• Articles, pamphlets (unlabeled)
• Handwritten notes (unlabeled, 2 folders)
• Articles, pamphlets (unlabeled)
• American Association for the Advancement of Science
• Linguistic Society of America (L.S.A.), Executive Committee Meeting, December 27, 1971: Brochures, directory
• L.S.A.- Executive Committee correspondence
• L.S.A.- Executive Committee meeting: December 27, 1971
• L.S.A.- Executive Committee meeting: summer 1970,1971
• L.S.A.- Executive Committee meeting: December 1970
• L.S.A.- Travel Grants to ICCL
• L.S.A. - Committee on Revision of Constitution
• L.S.A. - correspondence
• L.S.A. - Executive Committee minutes

3 Box 3 1932-1975

• Machine Translation, M.I.T., Victor Inque articles, et. al.
• "Laugh Tape", correspondence
• Language and Linguistics, correspondence, 1968+
• National Academy of Sciences, 1961-1963: Reports, membership lists, letters
• National Humanities Faculty: Letters, reports
• N.E. Conference on Teaching of Foreign Languages: report of the Committee on the Place of Culture and Civilization in Foreign Language Teaching
• Linguistic Readers, Benziger, Inc., correspondence
• Linguistic Readers, Williams-Smith correspondence
• Harper and Row Publishers, correspondence
• Linguistics Science Readers, correspondence
• Harper and Row: Walter Brackman, Exec. Vice-President, 1962-1966, correspondence
• E. Krakauer: her paper for graduate course "High Altitude", Fall 1966
• Grolier, Inc., Publishers, correspondence
• David DeCamp, correspondence
• L.S.A. correspondence
• Edward A. Kennard, correspondence
• Richard Huber, correspondence
• Institute of General Semantics, correspondence
• Frank S. Hopkins, correspondence
• Richard Heindel, correspondence
• Edward T. Hall: articles
• Michael Halbert, correspondence
• Discriminating About Discrimination: correspondence concerning civil rights conference
• Julian Granberry, correspondence
• Hans Gottschalk (N.Y. S. English Council), correspondence
• Foreign Service Institute, correspondence
• William Fenton Museum, correspondence
• Dialectics of English (American Heritage): publishing company correspondence and articles
• Department of State, correspondence
• Committee on College Work, correspondence
• Committee for a University, correspondence
• Conferences, correspondence
• Coronet Instructional Films II (Junior High Language Arts), correspondence
• Coronet Instructional Films, brochures, correspondence
• Center for Advanced Intercultural Studies (C.A.I.S.), correspondence
• Council n Anthropology and Education, constitution and by-laws
• A.A.U.P., correspondence
• American Association of Phonetic Sciences, correspondence
• William M. Austin, correspondence
• American Council of Learned Societies, correspondence
• American Heritage Dictionary, correspondence, articles
• Robert Austerlitz, correspondence
• Bridge-Center for the Advancement of Intercultural Studies, correspondence
• James Bostain T.V. Program - Message and Image, correspondence
• Dr. Irven D.J. Bross, correspondence and articles
• Buffalo Linguistic Project #1856: Henry Sustakowski, correspondence, articles
• Albrecht-Anderson articles
• H.L.S., packet of notes
• Paul Dominick, Ph.D. exam

4 Box 4 1932-1975

• Epstein and miscellaneous, correspondence
• William C. Stokoe, correspondence
• Human Relations Area Files report: "A Sample Survey of Area Program at American Universities" by Sidney W. Mintz
• Language and Linguistics, 1965-1967, correspondence
• Language and Linguistics, 1962, correspondence
• Language Development (Center for Eastern European Studies), P.L. 85-864, correspondence, brochure
• H.L.S., “Language and the Total System of Communication” (handwritten paper)
• H.L.S., abstract, three lectures at University of Florida, 1963 (handwritten notes)
• H.L.S., Human Language, (handwritten notes)
• Linguistics pamphlets
• H.L.S. Papers (requests for) Undone, correspondence
• Miscellaneous requests for articles and publications, correspondence
• Societas Linguistica Europaea, correspondence
• H.L.S. Radio Programs: Speaking of Ideas, correspondence
• Group of journals, papers (no folder)
• Center for Applied Linguistics LRIP and TENL - Linguistics and Reading: pamphlets, articles
• Center for Applied Linguistics, correspondence
• President's Office, State University of New York at Buffalo, correspondence
• Harvey Perlish, The Morphophone Commercial: correspondence, articles
• Mobil Oil Corp., correspondence
• Syntax Notes, 1958-1959
• Linguistics and Psychotherapy, notes
• Human Nature at Home and Abroad journals
• Language and Culture article
• Linguistics Across Culture Review journals

5 Box 5 1932-1975

• Indiana Linguistics, 1952, empty notebooks, brochures
• Empty journal
• Review by H.L.S. of Let's Read: A Linguistic Approach, journal
• Kurath - Indo - Hittite Chron. - journals
• H.L.S. - FSI: Miscellaneous articles, papers
• Foreign Service Institute: Miscellaneous articles, papers
• H.L.S. - Brown Bibliography and Writings on Linguistics and Speech
• Philadelphia Secondary Public Schools: "Linguistics as Applied to Grammar", journal
• Modern Language Association, articles
• Mechanical Translation, articles
• Funk and Wagnalls, articles
• CEA Critic magazines
• Ann Arbor Conference: "English as a Second Language", field reports and work papers
• ACLS Newsletter, Summer 1956-January 1960
• A.A.A. Bulletin
• Language Sciences, handwritten notes
• Linguistic Reporter, journals
• Anthropology and Linguistics: Dept. of Organization, 1956, correspondence
• Handwritten notes in packet

6 Box 6 1932-1975

• Kinesics, etc.: articles, chapters from books
• Edmund Glenn (State Report): articles, letters, notes
• English teaching - pamphlets, journals, letters, articles (unlabeled)
• Mr. Smith: Mimeographed articles, exercises on English grammar, reading
• Group of articles, journals, children's books, pertaining to learning to read methods (not in folders)
• Articles by various scholars pertaining to Linguistics, Philosophy, culture studies (unlabeled)
• Row Peterson -Reading- Publishing Co., correspondence
• Row, Peterson and Co, correspondence
• Group of articles (not in folder)
• Teaching of Reading - teacher's manuals, correspondence, handwritten notes
• Maryland State Department of Education- correspondence with H.L. Smith when he was Dean of School of Languages of the Foreign Language Institute 1951-1955; reports, minutes of meetings concerning teaching of foreign languages
• Brockport Spelling Project: kindergarten teacher's manuals 1959 and correspondence
• Linguistics and Teaching, 1957-1961: correspondence, newspaper articles, book review by H.L.S. on The Study of Language by J.B. Carroll, articles
• Donald J. Lloyd, correspondence, articles, visual instruction magazines, one copy of the Saturday Review
• Programming - Linguistic Transfer Project - National Science Foundation: correspondence, proposals, reports, articles
• Programming - National Science Foundation - proposals for research project: "Linguistics Transformation Project" by Z.S. Harris, 1964
• Spring Faculty Conference, 1961, reports
• "D" correspondence to and from person whose name begins with "D", 1964-1972
• "E" correspondence, 1963, 1969
• Letter to family from Smith April 8, 1942 from Brown University (no folder)
• George P. Faust, correspondence, 1963-1971
• "F, G, H, I, J" correspondence, articles
• East-West Center (Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West: University of Hawaii), correspondence
• Ford Foundation, correspondence
• Niagara Falls - Structural Linguistics for Teaching English: mimeographed articles, handwritten notes, journals, exams

7 Box 7 1932-1975

• Three tapes [tr. 44, 45, 46]
• Marshall Durbin, dissertation (in packet)
• Third Texas Conference on Problems in the Analysis of English, May 1958- notes of session in binder, 391 pp.
• Brault, G.J., article
• Speakers Bureau Directory, 1972-1973
• Susuki, Toshiko article
• Postal, Paul, article, “Some Further Limitations of Phrase Structure Grammars”
• Postal, Paul, mimeographed book, Constituent Structure: A Study of Contemporary Models of Syntactic Description, 215 pp.
• Bound research project by Henry L. Smith and Henry J. Sustakowski: “The Application of Descriptive Linguistics to the Teaching of English and a Statistically Measured Comparison of the Relative Effectiveness of the Linguistically Oriented and Traditional Methods of Instruction”, 1968
• Joos, Martin, paper bound book, English Language and Linguistics, Beograd, Yugoslavia, 1958
• Proposals to the National Science Foundation, correspondence asking Smith to evaluate them for the Foundation (in packet)
• Article on desegregation & 3 unbound children's readers (in packet)
• Runyan, Janet W., “Application to the Associate Scholar Program of the Radcliffe Institute for Independent Study”, 1961 (in binder)
• 14 student papers (no folder)
• Hewitt, Elizabeth K., correspondence

8 Box 8 1932-1975

• American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), Committee on Language Programs, correspondence, applications (2 folders)
• H.L.S., 3 articles (no folder)
• H.L.S., “Phonological Base for Syntactic Analysis”, (numerous copies of article)
• Proposal for the Establishment of an Interpersonal Communication Research Unit on the Upstate medical Center of SUNY (in binder)
Where Are You From: correspondence, maps, articles, T.V. show drafts
• Yale Conference on the Teaching of English: reports and speeches, 1955-1957, handwritten speeches
• Loose letters
• Niagara Falls - Structural Linguistics for Teaching English: correspondence, journals, articles (2 folders)
• H.L.S., “Superfixes and Syntactic Markers”, 2 copies (no folder)
• H.L.S., handwritten notes, 1962 (unlabeled)
• Departmental, Susuki, correspondence concerning and from him
• Student papers (unlabeled)
• Wallcer, Rachel, paper for Smith in binder
• Training U.S. and Foreign Nationals: flyers, applications, journals, articles; correspondence
• Texas Conference: articles
• 2 tape recordings [tr. 47, 48]

9 U.S. Army Language Manuals undated
10 Box 10 1932-1975

• "America from the Inside" by T.V. Smith - prepared for the Office of War Information (1940s) [no folder]
• Tape recording [tr. 49]
• Manuscript drafts for Colliers article on Language by Smith, 1959
• Articles on linguistics, correspondence with P.F. Colliers and Sons, Inc. [unlabeled]
• Colliers article, partially typed [unlabeled]
• H.L. Smith's college exams, handwritten notes [no folder]
• Loose letters, etc.
“Knights Tale and Toseicle”: handwritten paper by Smith, college type
• H.L. Smith Jr., college papers
• German POW's newspaper clippings, miscellaneous material concerning POW classes taught by Smith [large packet]
• POW's letters, newspaper clippings, miscellaneous material [packet]
• Journal from POW's Library, Atlanta, Nebraska: "Die Rassen der Menschneit" by von Ruth Benedict und Gene Weltfish
• Photos of POW's school, classes, officers, graduations [packet]
• German Prisoner File: news clippings, journals, articles [large packet]
• English, etc. article: “ Suggested Text for American Dialect Tapes”, February 1955
• Ethnomusicology by Alan Lomax [group of articles with rubberband]
• Loose articles, reports
• Pattern in Cultural Anthropology: articles, journals
• Loose articles
• Articles on Linguistics [packet]
• Notebooks, journal on American accents 1940's [packet]
• Letters, articles concerning a movie, Warner Bros., etc., 1962-1963 [packet]

11 Box 11 1932-1975

See also Box 15. The original inventory is unclear whether some of this material was moved.

• General Correspondence, 1956-1963
• 3 Film scripts in grey binders for teaching and learning a second language
• Center for Applied Linguistics, 1960, correspondence
• Pietrzyk, Alfred: letters articles [packet]
• H.L.S. articles: “The Morphophone and English Dialects”, 2 mimeographed articles for class by H.L.S., pamphlet “Studies in Linguistics”[no folder]
The First Five Minutesby John Donehy, etc., [bound volume]
• Study by H.L.S. [unbound, no folder]
• List of Smith's advisees, 1972
• Book orders (publishers addresses;, correspondence
• Mailing lists; correspondence
• Policy Committee Sub-Committee Speech Communication; correspondence, proposals
• Library acquisitions - Reserve for classes, correspondence
• Grading: memoranda from dean concerning grading policy, 1970
• Departmental memos [empty]
• State Education Department (course approval folder), correspondence
• MA Committee, correspondence
• H.L.S. Ph.D. Committees, correspondence
• Department Curriculum - catalogue copy; memoranda
• Department Admissions Committee - Felden - material concerning admissions
• Curriculum Sub-Committee, correspondence
• Curriculum Committee, correspondence
• Committee on Development of Linguistics, minutes of meeting, 1969
• Dr. Hooshang Mosallai, correspondence
• Correspondence in alphabetical order, L-Z

12 Box 12 1932-1975

• General Correspondence "S", 1956-1963
• Norman A. McQuown (Prof.), 1957-1958
• Miscellaneous
• General Correspondence "N", 1956-1963
• National Science Foundation, 1959-1960
• General Correspondence "O", 1956-1963
• General Correspondence "P", 1956-1963
• General Correspondence "M", 1956-1963
• Linguistic Society of America, correspondence, 1956-1961
• Language and Linguistics, correspondence
• General Correspondence "J", 1956-1963
• Harper and Row Publishers, correspondence, 1958-1960
• Harper and Row, Walter Brackman, Executive Vice President, correspondence, 1957-1961
• General Correspondence "I", 1956-1963
• Grolier, Inc. Publishers, 1961
• General Correspondence "G", 1956-1963
• Gottshalk, Hans (New York State English Council), correspondence, 1956-1961
• Foreign Service Institute (FSI), correspondence, 1956-1960
• William Fenton, Museum correspondence, 1958-1961
• General Correspondence "F", 1956-1963
• General Correspondence "D", 1956-1963
• General Correspondence "K", 1956-1963
• A.A. Hill, correspondence
• Class record books [4], journal, article [no folder
• "A" Correspondence folder
• "B" Correspondence folder
• General Correspondence "A", 1956-1963
• Anthony D. D'Agostino, correspondence
• "CA-CH" Correspondence
• "CI-CZ" Correspondence
• Princeton, correspondence, 1957-1960
• M. Evans and Co. Publishers (Mel Evans), correspondence, 1958-1961
• Doubleday and Co., Publishers (Beebe), (Bryson), correspondence, article, 1958-1961
• General Correspondence "H", 1956-1963
• American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), correspondence, 1956-1961
• General Correspondence "C", 1956-1963
• Curriculum Committee: minutes, reports, correspondence, 1956-1961
• Center of Applied Linguistics: correspondence, journal, reports
• General Correspondence "E", 1956-1963
Language and Style (Epstein, correspondence
• Article by Martin Joos [packet]
• Dr. Robert Stockwell, correspondence
Journal of English Linguistics
Outline of English Structure, correspondence, 1957-1960
Let's Read review (Bloomfield-Barnhart), correspondence, 1963-1964
• Dr. Clara E. Stratemeyer, correspondence
• National Council for Teachers of English (N.C.T.E.), H.B. Allen, correspondence
• Letters re Theory correspondence
• H.L.S. Publications, A Linguistic Approach to Teaching of Reading
• 2 journals [no folder], Inventory of Projects and Activities in Reading and English
“Cultural Anthropology, Linguistics and Literacy” (Claremont Reading Conference), paper by H.L.S.
“The Concept of the Morphophone”, correspondence, February 20, 1967
“First Things First: Literacy for the Disadvantaged”, article by H.L.S.
• Center for Dialectology; Center for the Study of Stuttering, correspondence
• Institute in Applied Linguistics, flyers
• North Tonawanda Public Schools, English-Language Arts Curriculum Meeting, correspondence, journal
• Linguistic Institute 1971, H.L.S. applications
• Permanent Seminar on Foundations of Linguistics, documents
Repertory of Linguistics Resources in Canada, journal [no folder]
Canadian Linguistic Association, journal, membership directory and data book
• Bender- Proposed Pronunciation System: American Heritage Dictionaries, Ramona R. Michaels, July 5, 1966
• Photocopied materials, directory workbooks [no folder]
• Articles by H.L.S., “Communication”and “Language and the Total System of Communication”, 1965-1967 [Packet]
• Miscellaneous journals
• General Correspondence "T", 1956-1963
• General Correspondence "R", 1956-1963
• Scott-Forstman, Publishers, correspondence, 1959
• N.C.T.E., H.B. Allen, correspondence, 1956-1959
• Benjamin Schleifer, correspondence, 1956-1959
• General Correspondence "L", 1956-1963
• General Correspondence "K", 1956-1963
• Edward A. Kennard, correspondence, 1957-1960
• General Correspondence "W", 1956-1963
• General Correspondence "Y", 1956-1963
• General Correspondence "Z", 1956-1963
• General Correspondence "V", 1956-1963
Language and Linguistics, correspondence, 1959-1961
• General Correspondence "S", continued 1956-1963
• Bender: Report of a Research Development Conference to Strengthen the Bridge between Scientific Knowledge and its Applications in Guidance, Arden House, January 6-10, 1963

13 Box 13 1932-1975

• Miscellaneous articles, journals, papers and reprints [no folders]
• David DeCamp, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings
• Bender, Program Documentation, Department of Linguistics, 1972

14 Box 14 1932-1975

Linguistic readers, articles, reprints, etc., old studies in Linguistics.

15 1932-1975

See Box 11.


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Contributors

Foreign Service Institute (U.S.)
Linguistic Society of America
State University of New York at Buffalo
State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives
United States. Army Service Forces. Information and Education Division
University of Buffalo

Subjects

English language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakers
English language--Study and teaching--United States
English teachers--United States--Correspondence
Language arts--United States
Smith, Henry Lee, 1913-1972--Archives
Smith, Henry Lee, 1913-1972--Correspondence
Linguistics Research--United States
Linguistics--Study and teaching--United States
Soldiers Education, Non-military--United States
State University of New York at Buffalo--Archives

Genres

Correspondence
Speeches

Associated Material

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22/8F/371 , Henry Lee Smith, Additional Papers, circa 1935-1972