J. Raymond Himelick papers
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSF 523
The Himelick papers contain both handwritten and typed manuscript copies of Himelick's translation of Erasmus' "De Praeparatione ad Mortem (How Every Man Should Prepare Himself for Death)", as well as research notes, a response to an article written by Himelick, and Himelick's Curicculum Vitae and Memorial Resolution.
- 1960 - 1978
- Himelick, Raymond (Person)
Languages of Materials
Collection material is in English.
The collection is open for research.
Copyright and Use Information
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0.20 Cubic Feet (One letter-size half-width manuscript box)
James Raymond Himelick (1910-1979) was a professor in the English Department at Purdue University from 1950 to 1976. During his time at Purdue, he was associated with the Purdue Special Research of English Renaissance and American Literature. His primary scholarly work included studies of Renaissance Christian Humanist Erasmus as well as translations of Erasmus' works. He died December 29, 1978.
The collection was donated on August 15, 1984, by Kathryn Himelick, Raymond Himelick's wife.
All materials have been rehoused in acid-free folders and boxes and arranged by topic.
- J. Raymond Himelick papers
- Sarah Kenny
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Edition statement
- Second edition.
- 2018-08-23: Changed Identifier from 0000jrh2M to MSF 523. Re-foldered, re-boxed, and labeled by Sarah Kenny.