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Finding Aid for the Henry Lee Smith Additional Papers, circa 1935-1972

22/8F/371

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Collection Overview

Title: Henry Lee Smith Additional Papers, circa 1935-1972
Creator: Smith, Henry Lee, 1913-1972
Extent: 13 cartons (16.3 linear feet)
Language of Material: Collection material in English.
Repository: State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives
Abstract: The collection contains drafts and final copies of speeches and publications as well as M.A. and Ph.D. dissertations done under the direction of Henry Lee Smith. This collection supplements 22/8F/232, Henry Lee Smith Papers.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Description and dates], Box/folder number, 22/8F/371, Henry Lee Smith Additional Papers, circa 1935-1972, University Archives, The State University of New York at Buffalo.

See the Archives' preferred citations instructions for additional information.

Acquisition Information

The papers in this collection were donated to the Archives by Mrs. Henry Lee Smith in November 1975 and include the final working papers which were retained by the Department of Linguistics in 1973. Additional materials from Henry Lee Smith's library that had been donated to the University Libraries were transferred to the Archives because of their close connection with Smith's life and work.

Terms of Access

Henry Lee Smith Additional Papers, circa 1935-1972, are 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 the collection. Most papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures unless otherwise specified.

Processing Information

Collection processed by Archives staff in 1976.

Accruals and Additions

No further accruals are expected to this collection.


Biographical Note

Henry Lee Smith was born in Morristown, New Jersey on July 11, 1913. He received an A.B. (1935), M.A. (1937), and Ph.D. (1938) from Princeton University, and an honorary degree, Litt.D. from Wagner College. Early in his academic career, Smith lectured in English at Barnard College, Columbia University (1938-1940) and Brown University (1940-1942).

In 1935, Henry Lee Smith received a commission as 2nd Lieutenant in the Reserve Officer's Training Corps at Princeton University, and from 1942 to 1946, Smith was a major in the United States Army and served as Officer in Charge, Language Section, Information and Education Division, Army Service Forces. Prior to the war there were no foreign language materials for the bulk of the military and civilian personnel and Smith, along with linguists he recruited, produced language guides, phrase books and military and general purpose dictionaries in many different languages. Under Smiths' direction the linguists also developed what came to be known as the Army method of language instruction, emphasizing the use of phonograph records on which a native speaker recited the foreign words and allowed a pause for repetition by the student.

In 1945, Smith transferred to the Office of the Provost Marshal General and was assigned to duty at Ft. Getty, Rhode Island, and the at Ft. Eustis, Virginia, where he was responsible for selecting German prisoners of war for instruction in English and orientation in democratic principles. In 1946 Smith joined the U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C., as assistant chief, Division of Training Services, later becoming assistant director of the Foreign Service Institute and continuing in that capacity until 1956.

Henry Lee Smith was a cofounder (1946) of the School of Language and Linguistics, Foreign Service Institute (later the School of Language Studies), under U.S. Department of State and served until 1956 as the school's first director. He was also associated with the institute's School of Languages as a professor of linguistics (1951-1956) and as dean (1955-1956). While with the Foreign Service Institute, Smith again utilized the Army method of language instruction, usually with a native speaker, to instruct Foreign Service officers and clerical personnel before overseas assignments.

Smith returned to teaching in 1956 as professor of linguistics and English at the University of Buffalo, and continued in that capacity until his death in 1972. Smith was the first chairman of the university's new Department of Anthropology and Linguistics (later Department of Anthropology) serving in that capacity until 1965. Smith was also acting director, Program in Linguistics, State University of New York at Buffalo from 1967 to 1968. In 1970 Smith participated in a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Edinburgh.

At the time of his death (December 13, 1972), Smith was engaged in research in historical linguistics and semology, the relationship of syntactic patterns to meaning.


Scope and Content Note

The collection contains drafts and final copies of speeches and publications as well as M.A. and Ph.D. dissertations done under the direction of Henry Lee Smith. Also included in the collection are phonograph records for teaching spoken Japanese and a film of a symposium held in Henry Lee Smith's honor (February 2, 1974). There are a large number of reprints in the collection, many of which include handwritten notes to Smith from the authors. The collection includes primers and readers co-authored by Smith, many with accompanying teacher's editions and workbooks.


Arrangement

This collection is arranged in nine series:

I. M.A. and Ph.D. Dissertations
II. Speeches and Publications
III. Working Papers
IV. Films and Phonograph Records
V. Reprints
VI. Summer Institute of Linguistics
VII. Miscellaneous Materials by and about Henry Lee Smith
VIII. Primers and Readers
IX. Additional Printed Materials


Container List

I.     M.A. and Ph.D. Dissertations

This series consists of dissertations written under the direction of Henry Lee Smith.

Box-folder Contents
1.1 "Clause and Sentence Structure in Nung, a Tai Language of Vietnam," Nancy Evelyn Freiberger, M.A. thesis, February 1970
1.2 "The Environmental Relationship Between the Loss of the Pre Proto Germanic 'Laryngeal' and the 'Classic' Verschärfung," June Iris Hesch, Master's Project, May 1972
1.3 "The Phonology of Tuscarora," Joan Gleason Fickett, M.A. thesis, February 1967
1.4 Aspects of Morphemics, Syntax, and Semology of an Inner-City Dialect (Merican), Joan G. Ficket, Meadowwood Publications, West Rush, New York, 1970
1.5 "Russian Morphonics," Vera V. Wilkosz, M.A. thesis, June 1969
1.6 "A Manual of Common English Words Deriving from the Anglo-Norman Period," Anne Austin Dunlap, M.A. thesis, May 1968
1.7 "A Componential Analysis of the San Carlos Dialect of Western Apache: A Study Based on the Analysis of the Phonology, Morphophonics, and Morphemics," Marshall Elza Durbin, Ph.D. dissertation, May 1964
1.8 "An Attempt to Group a Random Selection of English Active-Transitive Verbs Semologically According to Functional Relationships between the Semological Predictor and the Following Material,"Arthur B. George, M.A. thesis, no date
1.9 "A Linguistic Prosodic Analysis of Several Poems by Emily Dickinson with Special Reference to the Stamm Theory of Emily Dickinson's Punctuation," Miriam M. Conable, M.A. thesis, May 1966
1.10 "The Phonetic and Morphophonic Structure of Modern German," Allen I. Weinstein, Ph.D. dissertation, February 1966
1.11 "A Syntactic Classification of English Verbs," Thomas W. Fitzsimons, Ph.D. dissertation, May 1973
1.12 "Picturís Pueblo, New Mexico: An Ethnolinguistic 'Salvage' Study," Felicia Harben Trager, Ph.D. dissertation, January 1968
1.13 "A Phonological and Morphophonic Analysis of the Speech of Children with Articulation Disorders," Jack L. Weber, Ph.D. dissertation, May 1967
1.14 "Zuni Syntax," Julian Granberry, Ph.D. dissertation, May 1967
1.15 Correspondence regarding dissertation, Sarah C. Greenfield, 1973-1974
1.16 Posters, 1969-1970, no date
II.     Speeches and Publications

contains drafts and final copies of speeches and publications including correspondence.

Box-folder Contents
2.1 Edinburgh Group, correspondence
2.2 Smith, H.L. - Biographical sketch; Resume of speech, "Language is More than Words"
2.3 Publications, miscellaneous articles - H.L. Smith
2.4 Publications - Smith, H.L.
2.5 English Morphonics, Henry Lee Smith, Jr.
2.6 "First Things First: Literacy for the Disadvantaged," NEA Journal
2.7 Handouts for Smith's History of the English Language course
2.8 The Concept of the Morphophone, Henry Lee Smith, Jr.
2.9 "Morphophone and English Dialectics," Henry Lee Smith, Jr.
2.10 "Morphophone and English Dialectics," corrected original typescript, March 24, 1972
2.11 "Suprasegmental Phonemes, Morphophones and Morphemes in English," Linguistic Society of America (LSA) Meeting, December 1968
2.12 "Morphophone in Hittite," (revised version); correspondence
2.13 Smith - "Morphophonic Status of /h/ and /+/ in English,"
2.14 The Nature of English Orthography, Henry Lee Smith, Jr.
2.15 Publications, H.L. Smith, Jr. - "The Modalities of Human Communication," Korzybski lecture
2.16 "Linguistics as a Behavioral Science," original typescript
2.17 "Linguistics as a Behavioral Science"
2.18 "A Linguistic Approach to the Teaching of Reading," Temple-Tyler, (final copy)
2.19 Hittite
2.20 "Morphophone in Hittite," (Trager Festschrift) - original, correspondence, etc.
2.21 "Linguistic Relativity: A Response to Professor Dewart," November 1971
2.22 Publications - "Language and the Total System of Communication," (forum series)
2.23 Foreign Service Institute (FSI) publications, Hall/Trager and Smith/Ferguson
2.24 HLS MS - "The Concept of the Morphophone," (original manuscript and Xerox copy)
2.25 "Dialects of English," Smith, Henry Lee
2.26 HLS - "English Morphophonics," (NCTE monograph), correspondence, etc.
2.27 Abstract - Gainsville lectures
2.28 Publications, H.L. Smith, Jr., Abstract - Communication Sciences Seminar, University of Florida, 1965
2.29 Linguistics and Psychiatry, Pittenger and HLS
2.30 "An Outline of Metalinguistic Analysis"
2.31 OE Prosody - OE, ME, etc.
2.32 Gothic - Moulton History
3.1 Notes from Summer Session, University of Michigan Linguistic Institute of America, 1936-1937
3.2 Letters of condolence and personal correspondence addressed to Mrs. Henry Lee Smith, 1972-1974
3.3 The Morphophone in Hittite, Proto-Indo Hittite and Proto-Indo-European, manuscript
3.4 Notes, etc., possibly useful for group
3.5 "The Origin of the Indo-Europeans in the Light of Philological, Ethnological and Archaeological Evidence, with Special Attention Devoted to the Implications of their Possession of Copper"
3.6 Linguistic Society of America (LSA) December 1972 meeting - Paper, abstract and correspondence
3.7 Linguistics final examination, August 4, 1967
3.8 Correspondence with editor of Chandler Publishing Company, 1972
3.9 Programs - "The 23rd Annual Reading Institute at Temple University," January 23, 1966; "Empirical Views of Language: A Memorial Symposium Honoring Henry Lee Smith, Jr.," February 15, [1973]
3.10 "Abstract of Three Lectures Given June 15-16, 1965 at the Communication Science Seminar in Psycholinguistics of the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida," by Henry Lee Smith, Jr., 1965
3.11 Transparencies
3.12 Reprints and mimeographed papers with notations by Smith
3.13 Transparencies for teaching English
3.14 Saturday Review (July 21, 1962; September 15, 1962; March 30, 1963) and Colleague (March 1966; May 1967; December 1967; March 1968; April 1968), 1962-1968
3.15 Reprints, notes and transparencies; letters primarily relating to English and Scottish accents and dialects, ca. 1970-1971
3.16 Material related to linguistic approach to reading
3.17 Linguistic application to reading
3.18 Materials relating to Germanic languages
3.19 Course bibliographies and papers by Smith
3.20 Student's written Ph.D. comprehensive examination, 1972
3.21 John Regan material, October 1972; includes "Program Outcome Evaluation Project - Language Systems," Gordon Becktold, Chairman, September 1972
3.22 Notes, letters, reprints, etc.
3.23 Reprints and papers relating to Indo-European and Hittite languages
3.24 Miscellaneous materials on children's readers
3.25 Letters and "Sample Control Sheet" relating to meeting with education instructors at Trenton State College, 1972
III.     Working Papers

contains notes, drafts, and other material relating to Henry Lee Smith's research interests.

Box-folder Contents
4.1 Papers relating to human-language relationships, 1965, 1970-1972
4.2-4.4 Working papers relating to current versions of supra sequential morphophonology, lexicon and semology, 1962-1968
4.5-4.6 Linguistics and reading, 1956, 1960-1971
4.7 "Self-Study: State University of New York at Buffalo," Submitted to the Commission on Higher Education, Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary School, Fall 1972
4.8 Articles on African American dialects, 1964-1967
4.9-4.10 Germanic files, 1938-1967
4.11 Lexicon and syntax, 1966-1972
4.12-4.14 Prosody, 1956-1972
4.15-4.16 Additional research materials, 1969-1972
5.1 Human-Language relationship, 1961-1965
5.2-5.3 History of language notes, 1966-1971
5.4 History of language notes, 1965-1969
5.5 Supra-segmental notes, 1964-1965
5.6 Lexicon notes, 1970-1971
5.7 Miscellaneous notes, 1964
5.8-5.10 Semology notes, 1963-1972
5.11 English Morphophonics: Implications for the Teaching of Literacy, Henry Lee Smith, Jr., 1968 [annotated, in the process of revision]
5.12 History of language materials, 1972
5.13-5.15 Semology notes, 1960-1964, 1970-1972
5.16 "The Morphophonic Status of |h| and |+| in English"- Lexicon notes, 1970
5.17 Filmstrip, no date
Box-folder Contents
6.1 Film of symposium, "Empirical Views of Language," February 2, 1974 [session was sponsored by the Department of Linguistics of the State University of New York at Buffalo and held in honor of Henry Lee Smith]
6.2 The English Language: Patterns of Usage, Coronet Films, Chicago, 1937
6.3 Spoken Japanese - Basic Course: Unit 4 - Listening In; Spoken Japanese - Basic Course: Unit 8 - Section A, Basic Sentences (concl.), Section B, Basic Sentences; Spoken Japanese - Basic Course: Unit 8 - Section B, Basic Sentences (concl.), U.S. Armed Forces Institute, War and Navy Department, Washington, D.C., no date [phonograph records]
6.4 "Language and Linguistics," Series no. 1 and 11 [film]
V.     Reprints

contains reprints, some of which include notes or letters to Smith from the authors.

is arranged alphabetically by name of author.

Box-folder Contents
7.1 American Dialect Society
7.2 Austerlitz, Robert
7.3 Austin, William M.
7.4 Bateson, M. C. (Mead)
7.5 Birdwhistell, Ray L.
7.6 Bloch, Bernard
7.7 Bloomfield, Leovan [Leonard]
7.8 Bowen, J. Donald
7.9 Bowman, Elizabeth
7.10 Bross, Irwin D.J.
7.11 Canberra, Linguistic Circle of
7.12 Cannon, Garland H.
7.13 Carroll, John B.
7.14 Catford, J.C.
7.15 Chao, Y.R.
7.16 Chatman, Seymour
7.17 Chomsky - Halle
7.18 Cioffari, Vincenzo
7.19 Dundes, Alan
7.20 DeCamp, David
7.21 DeLattre, Peterson and Machine Boys
7.22 Dixon, Robert M.W.
7.23 Durbin, Marshall
7.24 Dyen, Isidore
7.25 Echols, John M.
7.26 Fairbanks, Gordon
7.27 Faust, George P.
7.28 Ferguson, Charles A.
7.29 Fischer - Jorgensen reprints
7.30 Frank, Lawrence, K.
7.31 Garvin, Paul
7.32 Geisser, Mary Lee
7.33 Gleason, Henry A., Jr.
7.34 Haas, Mary R.
7.35 Hall, Robert A., Jr.
7.36 Hamp, Eric P.
7.37 Harris, Zellig S. and Voegelin, C. F.
7.38 Haskins Laboratories
7.39 Haugen, Einar
7.40 Hayakawa, S.I.
7.41 Hays, David G.
7.42 Hill, Archibald A.
7.43 Hjelmslev, Louis
7.44 Hockett, Charles F.
7.45 Hodge, Carleton T.
7.46 Hoenigswald, Henry M.
7.47 Hollander, E.P.
7.48 Hymes, Dell
7.49 Interlingua
7.50 Ives, Sumner
7.51 Johnson, Erwin
8.1 Koekkoek, Byron
8.2 Kovacci, Ofelia
8.3 Kurath, Hans
8.4 Kuhn, Sherman
8.5 LaBarre, Weston
8.6 Lado, Robert
8.7 Lamb, Sidney
8.8 Laycock, D. C.
8.9 Lees, R.B.
8.10 Lehman, W.P.
8.11 Loesch, Katherine T.
8.12 Longacre, Robert E.
8.13 Lowman, G.S.
8.14 McDavid and Atwood
8.15 McQuown, Norman A.
8.16 Malécot, André
8.17 Mandelbaum, David G.
8.18 Marckwardt, Albert H.
8.19 Marquardt, William F.
8.20 Mathiot, Madeline
8.21 Mead, Margaret
8.22 Mencken, H.L.
8.23 Miller, Hugo
8.24 Moulton, William G.
8.25 Stanley, Newman
8.26 Nida, Eugene A.
8.27 Olmsted, David L.
8.28 Opler, Marvin
8.29 Osgood, Charles E.
8.30 Pap, Leo
8.31 Paper, Herbert H.
8.32 Peng, Fred C. C.
8.33 Penzl, Herbert
8.34 Pike, Kenneth L.
8.35 Pittinger, Robert E.
8.36 Regan, John
8.37 Read, Allen Walker
8.38 Rona, Jose Pedro
8.39 Sapir, Edward
8.40 Saporta, Sal
8.41 Sebeok, Thomas
8.42 Shen, Yao
8.43 Silva-Fuenzalida, I.
8.44 Sledd, James
8.45 Smith, Marian W.
8.46 Soffietti, James P.
8.47 Stockwell, Robert P.
8.48 Sturtevant, E.H.
8.49 Swadesh, Morris
9.1 Tanous, Afif I.
9.2-9.5 Trager, George L.
9.6 Twaddell, W. Freeman
9.7 Vinay, J.P.
9.8 Voget, Fred W.
9.9 Welmers, William E.
9.10 White, Marian E.
9.11 Whitehall, Harold
9.12 Wingate, Marcel
9.13 Winick, Charles
9.14 Wölck, Wolfgang
9.15 Wonderly, William L.
9.16 Miscellaneous A - D
9.17 Miscellaneous E - H
9.18 Miscellaneous I - L
9.19 Miscellaneous M - P
9.20 Miscellaneous Q - T
9.21 Miscellaneous U - Z
Box-folder Contents
10.1-10.7 Summer Institute of Linguistics
10.8 Reprints - Summer Institute of Linguistics
10.9 Conference Group
VII.    Other Materials by and about Henry Lee Smith

contains materials by and about Henry Lee Smith including class materials, correspondence, typescripts and reprints of articles by Smith. Series also contains annotated books and regional linguistic maps.

Note: The following materials were removed from series VII: "Some questions of English Phonology," James Sledd, with an attached reply by Hans Kurath; "Stops and Spirants of Early Germanic," William G. Moulton; "Stressed Syllabics of Old English," Charles F. Hockett; "Phonemes of Gothic," William G. Moulton; "Lengthened /w/ and /y/ in the GmC. Dialects," author unknown; and "Phonemic Status of Gothic w h q," William H. Bennett.

Box-folder Contents
11.1-11.4 Miscellany
11.5 Linguistic maps, 1940
11.6 The Structural Essentials of Written English, Harold Whitehall, Indiana University, 1951; "Linguistic Resources in Canada," report of the fact-finding committee on linguistics of the Canadian Linguistic Association, 1970-1971
11.7-11.8 Typescript copies of works by Smith
11.9 An Outline of English Structure, George L. Trager and Henry L. Smith, Jr., Taishukan, 1958 [Japanese, text translated and annotated by Akira Ota]
11.10 Reprints of works by Smith
11.11 "A seminar in the prosody of English verse," Linguistics 602, Louis G. Montier, S.J., June 1962
11.12 Sanskrit Reader, Charles Rockwell Lanman, Harvard University Press, 1934
11.13 General Anthropology, Franz Boas, editor, United States Armed Forces Institute: Madison, Wisconsin, 1938
11.14 Experimental Materials: Book 1, 1953 [Latin text that resulted from the 1952 and 1953 Latin Workshops at the University of Michigan under a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York City]
11.15 The Dialogues, David Posner, Black Sparrow Press, Los Angeles, 1969
11.16 Roads to Agreement: Successful Methods in the Science of Human Relations, Stuart Chase, Harper and Brothers, 1951
11.17 Poetical Works of Matthew Arnold, MacMillan and Company, London, 1927
Box-folder Contents
12 Frog Fun, Clara G. Stratemeyer, Row, Peterson and Company: Evanston, Illinois, 1955
12 Frog Fun, Clara G. Stratemeyer and Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Harper and Row: New York, 1963
12 Frog Fun, Clara G. Stratemeyer and Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Harper and Row: New York, 1967
12 Las Ranas, Clara G. Stratemeyer and Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Benziger: New York, 1971
12 Tono, Clara G. Stratemeyer and Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Benziger: New York, 1971
12 Tuggy, Clara G. Stratemeyer and Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Harper and Row: New York, 1967
12 Tuggy, Clara G. Stratemeyer and Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Harper and Row: Evanston, Illinois, 1963
12 Pepper, Clara G. Stratemeyer and Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Harper and Row: Evanston, Illinois, 1963
12 Pepe, Clara G. Stratemeyer and Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Benziger: New York, 1971
12 Pepper, Clara G. Stratemeyer and Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Harper and Row: New York, 1967
12 Teacher's Edition for the Preprimers: Frog Fun, Tuggy, Pepper, Jack E. Richardson, Jr., Henry Lee Smith, Jr. and Bernard J. Weiss, Harper and Row: New York, 1967
12 Six in a Mix, Jack E. Richardson, Jr., Henry Lee Smith, Jr. and Bernard J. Weiss, Harper and Row: New York, 1965
12 It Happens on a Ranch, Jack E. Richardson, Jr., Henry Lee Smith, Jr. and Bernard J. Weiss, Harper and Row: New York, 1965
12 Sea of Magic Ink, Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Eugene P. Williams and Jack E. Richardson, Jr., Harper and Row: New York, 1966
12 Winging Through Lights and Shadows, Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Eugene P. Williams, Harper and Row: New York, 1967
12 Elementary School English: 6, Addison-Wesley: Palo Alto, 1967
12 Teacher' s Edition Elementary School English: 6, Addison-Wesley: Palo Alto, 1967
12 Elementary School English: 4, Addison-Wesley: Palo Alto, 1967
12 Teacher' s Edition Elementary School English: 4, Addison-Wesley: Palo Alto, 1967
12 Elementary School English: 5, Addison-Wesley: Palo Alto, 1967
12 Teacher' s Edition Elementary School English: 5, Addison-Wesley: Palo Alto, 1967
12 Teachers Guide: English as a Second Language, American English Series 1, D.C. Heath and Company: Boston, 1965
12 Teachers Guide: English as a Second Language, American English Series 2, D.C. Heath and Company: Boston, 1965
12 Letters, Patterns and Drills, Teacher's Edition: Preprimers, Clara G. Stratemeyer, Harper and Row: New York, 1965
12 Letters, Patterns and Drills, Teacher's Edition: Primer, Jack E. Richardson, Jr., Henry Lee Smith, Jr. and Bernard J. Weiss, Harper and Row: New York, 1965
12 Letters, Patterns and Drills, Teacher's Edition: First Reader, Jack E. Richardson, Jr., Henry Lee Smith, Jr. and Bernard J. Weiss, Harper and Row: New York, 1965
12 Letters, Patterns and Drills: First Reader, Jack E. Richardson, Jr., Henry Lee Smith, Jr. and Bernard J. Weiss, Harper and Row: New York, 1965
12 Letters, Patterns and Drills: Second Reader, Eugene P. Williams, Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Harper and Row: New York, 1966
12 Letters, Patterns and Drills, Teacher's Edition: Second Reader, Eugene P. Williams, Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Harper and Row: New York, 1966
12 Letters, Patterns and Drills, Teacher's Edition: Third Reader, Eugene P. Williams, Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Harper and Row: New York, 1968
12 Letters, Patterns and Drills: Third Reader, Eugene P. Williams, Henry Lee Smith, Jr., Harper and Row: New York, 1968
IX.    Additional Printed Materials

contains materials related to Henry Lee Smith's research on linguistics and reading.

Box-folder Contents
13 American Council of Learned Societies: Linguistic Atlas of the United States and Canada, Washington, D.C. , November 1930 [Statement respecting a plan for a survey of the dialects of New England]; Chrestomathie Nebst Glossar Zur Vergleichenden Gotischen Grammatik, Ernst Kieckers, Max Hueber Verlag: Munich, 1928
13 Instructor's Manual to Accompany Understanding Culture, John J. Honigmann, Harper and Row New York, 1963
13 Study to Identify the Content of Linguistically Based Grammar Instruction of a Junior High School, Ruby M. Kelly, Westport Public Schools, Westport, Connecticut, 1962-1963
13 Relating English Language Concepts to Literature and Composition: Grades 4,5,6, - A Supplement to A Guide to the Study of the English Language, K-6, Baltimore County Public Schools, Towson, Maryland, 1967
13 The Arts of Language Needed Curricula and Curriculum Development for Institutes in the English Language Arts: Language, Literature, Composition, Speech and Reading, Preliminary Report of the University of Nebraska USOE Conference, Center for Continuing Education, Lincoln: Nebraska, March 1966
13 Spelling Patterns: A Review Speller, Frances Adkins Hall and Eleanor H. Brenes, Linguistica: Ithaca, New York, 1960
13 Teacher's Manual for Spelling Patterns, Frances Adkins Hall and Eleanor H. Brenes, Linguistica: Ithaca, New York, 1960
13 Workbook in Descriptive Linguistics, Henry Allan Gleason, Jr., Henry, Holt and Company: New York, 1955 [2 copies]
13 Workbook for Understanding English, Paul Roberts, Harper and Brothers: New York, 1961
13 Guide and Workbook in English Syntax, Harold V. King, Ann Arbor Publishers, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1961
13 A Guide to the Study of the English Language, K-6, Board of Education of Baltimore County: Towson, Maryland, 1966
13 Seminar in Language and Language Learning: Final Report, University of Washington Department of Romance Languages and Literature, 1962
13 Transformation: Arts, Communication, Environment, Harry Holtzman, editor, Wittenborn, Schultz: New York, 1950
13 Transformation: Arts, Communication, Environment, Harry Holtzman, editor, Wittenborn, vol. 1 no. 2, Schultz: New York, 1951
13 Transformation: Arts, Communication, Environment, Harry Holtzman, editor, Wittenborn, vol. 1 no. 3, Schultz: New York, 1952
13 "Symbols, Relations and Structural Complexity," Peter A. Reich, Yale University: New Haven, Connecticut, May 1968
13 Critiques of Syntactic Studies II, UCLA Papers in Syntax, No. 4, March 1973
13 Studies in Linguistics, George L. Trager, editor, Anthropology Research Center, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, vol. 19, 1967
13 Social Science Perspectives on Training for Development: Report and Recommendations of a Workshop and Conference on Non-Technical Aspects of the AID Participant Program, Bureau of Social Science Research, Washington D.C., March and October 1965 [AID is the Agency for International Development]
13 Before the Child Reads, James L. Hymes, Jr., Row, Peterson and Company: New York, 1958
13 Second and Third Pre-Primers, Helen M. Robinson, Marion Monroe and A. Sterl Artley, Scott, Foresman and Company: Chicago, 1962
13 American Council of Learned Societies Recipients of Fellowships and Grants 1930-1962: A Biographical Directory, Byron S. Adams: Washington D.C., 1963
13 Social Sciences: Political Science, Supreme Court, Sociology, Anthropology, Chandler Publications: San Francisco, 1968
13 Glossa, Glossa Society, Department of Modern Languages of Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, vol. 1 no. 1, 1967
13 Complete Catalogue of Publications, Basic Books, Inc. : New York, 1970
13 Linguistics, Mouton Publishers: The Hague, Netherlands, no date
13 Miscellaneous Journals and additional materials

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Linguistics--Research--United States
Linguistics--Study and teaching--United States
Smith, Henry Lee, 1913---Archives
State University of New York at Buffalo--Archives
State University of New York at Buffalo. Dept. of Linguistics --Faculty
University of Buffalo. Dept. of Linguistics--Faculty

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