Shepard Clough papers
The papers of Shepard B. Clough contain personal and professional correspondence, clippings, manuscripts, typescripts, page proofs, photographs, reprints, articles, course material and student papers, as well as ephemera. The material chronicles his personal life, in particular his divorce from his first wife Rosa Trillo, his education and his teaching in the history department of Columbia University. The collectiona also contains research and source material for his books and articles including "Values in Western Civilization," "European Economic History," "Economic History of Modern Italy," and his autobiography "The Life and Profession of a New England Historian." Much of the source material and many of his notes, as well as some of his correspondence, is in Italian and French.
- 1902 - 1980
- Clough, Shepard Bancroft, 1900-1990 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.
34.50 linear ft. (31 boxes)
Language of Materials
Shepard B. Clough (1901-1990), historian and writer. The collection contains lecture notes, student papers, and professional correspondence, as well as manuscripts, typescripts, page proofs, research and source material for his books and articles. The material documents his professional life as a teacher of history at Columbia University, as a writer and as a historian. Personal correspondence, photographs and notes are also included. Much of the material is in Italian and French.
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