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Beverly W. Bond, Jr. papers

 Collection — Box: Communal Collections 16, Placement: 05
Identifier: MSF 45

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of one folder containing articles written by Beverly W. Bond, Jr.

Dates

  • 1910 - 1920

Creator

Language of Materials

Collection material is in English.

Access Information

This collection is open for research.

Copyright and Use Information

Portions of material in this collection may be in the public domain. Other material copyrights held by Purdue University or original creator/publisher. Consult with Purdue University Archives and Special Collections prior to reproduction of materials.

Biographical Information

Beverley Waugh Bond, Jr., was Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Cincinnati and the former president of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association. Bond was born in 1881 and died on February 1, 1961. A native of Virginia, he earned his A.M. from Randolph-Macon College in 1901. He earned his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 1905. He taught briefly at the University of Mississippi and Southwestern Presbyterian University before joining the faculty at Purdue University. There he was an associate professor of history and economics from 1907 to 1920. In 1920, Bond went to the University of Cincinnati, where he soon advanced to professor of history and served as head of the department until his retirement in 1948. Through his scholarly publications (the best-known of which are The Civilization of the Old Northwest (1934); Foundations of Ohio (1941); and The Correspondence of John Cleves Symmes (1956)), he became a recognized authority on the history of the Northwest Territory. Through his promotion of the work of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio and his establishment of its quarterly Bulletin in the 1940s, Bond made a notable contribution in preserving the records and disseminating information on the history of Cincinnati and the surrounding region. An active participant in the affairs of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Bond was an elected member of its executive committee from 1924 to 1927; president of the Association in 1931-1932; ex-officio member of the executive committee from 1932 to 1938; and a member of the board of editors of the Review, 1926-1929, and again in 1937-1938. Bond was a member of the AMerican Historical Association, the Maryland Historical Association, and Phi Kappa Psi.
Sources: Forty-sixth Annual Report of Purdue University for the Year Ending September 30, 1920: 6.

“Historical News and Comments.” The Mississippi Valley Historical Review, vol. 48, no. 2, 1961, pp. 355–387. stable/1902558>

Extent

0.025 Cubic Feet (One folder)

Arrangement

Collection materials are in chronological order.

Processing Information

Material has been housed in acid-free folder and box.
Title
Beverly W. Bond, Jr. papers
Status
In Progress
Author
Amanda Rumba and Archives Staff
Date
2020-04-08
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
English
Edition statement
Second edition. Collection description first completed 2011-05-06 by Archives Staff.

Revision Statements

  • 2020-04-08: Collection description updated by Amanda Rumba to more fully meet standards.

Repository Details

Part of the Purdue University Archives and Special Collections Repository

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