Fonds 1013 - Fulton Anderson fonds

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Reference code

UTA 1013

Title

Fulton Anderson fonds

Date(s)

  • 1920-1967 (Creation)

Level of description

Fonds

Extent and medium

5.11 m of textual records and publications (45 boxes and 1 oversized item)

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Name of creator

(1895-1968)

Biographical history

Professor in (1926-1966) and sometime head (1945-1963) of the Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto and (1966-1968) Laurentian University.

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Scope and content

Fonds consists of 2 accessions:

B1972-0021: Personal records of Fulton Anderson, professor in (1926-1966) and sometime head (1945-1963) of the Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto and (1966-1968) Laurentian University. They consist partially of the material assembled for a proposed book on John Locke, and for books on Francis Bacon, Plato, and Coleridge; also correspondence, lecture notes, students' term papers, administrative files. There are also records belonging to George Sidney Brett. (44 boxes, 1920-1967)

B1973-0033: This accession contains only offprints; it should be checked against the other Fulton Anderson accession [B72-0021] to determine whether any need be kept. (1 box, 1942-1964)

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B1972-0021

Accession

B1973-0033

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