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Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Description of Series

Series I: Teaching Materials

Series II: Subject Files

Series III: Scholarly Papers

Series IV: Academic Organizations

Series V: Rice-Related Papers

Series VI: Personal Papers

Series VII: Media

Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the Charles Garside Jr. papers, 1953-1987 MS 421



creator Garside, Charles
Title: Charles Garside Jr. Papers
Dates: 1953-1987
Astract: Rice University Baker College material, teaching and History Dept. records, academic and scholarly correspondence, notes and drafts of books, articles, and lectures, as well as a quantity of Renaissance-Reformation subject files, document the faculty and scholarly activities of Charles Garside Jr. (1927-1987). These papers cover the period 1949 to 1987. Well versed in history, literature, music, and the arts, Garside's particular area of scholarly interest was the Renaissance and the Reformation, especially the relationship between the Reformation and the arts. In addition, the papers reflect Garside's heavy involvement in the residential college system as a Baker Executive Associate.
Identification: MS 421
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Repository: Woodson Research Center

Biographical Note

Charles Garside was born in New York City on June 27, 1927. His father, Charles Sr., was a prominent New York Lawyer who, in 1947-49, chaired the state's first Commission Against Discrimination. The elder Garside died in November, 1964.

Garside was educated at St. Bernard's School for Boys and graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy in 1944. After service in the navy, he received his A.B. with honors from Princeton in 1950. One year later he received an M.A. from Columbia University, and in 1957 he was awarded a doctorate in history at Yale University. Between Columbia and Yale, Garside taught at Hotchkiss, a private secondary school in Connecticut.

Garside stayed on at Yale to teach as a member of the history department. Garside continued at Yale for almost a decade, moving up from Instructor to Associate professor. For three years he served as Director of Undergraduate Studies in History. In his time at Yale, he was also Assistant Master of Timothy Dwight College from 1961-1963 and was Executive Fellow of that college from 1963-1966. While at Yale Garside won wide acclaim for his scholarship, his eloquence as a speaker, and for his dedication to his students.

In 1966, when Garside left Yale for Rice, he was honored with a lifetime appointment as Associate Fellow of Timothy Dwight College, and the undergraduates endowed in his honor the Garside Cup. This award to be given to an outstanding senior who best exemplified his talents. One of the reasons Garside chose Rice was for its Ivy league style college system, a system Garside considered to be the only proper way to organize undergraduate living.

At Rice, Garside became a respected member of the faculty and furthered his reputation as a teacher whose focus was on his students. Garside achieved his full Professorship at Rice in 1978. Between 1973 and 1983, Garside's former students voted him five George R. Brown Awards, an award given annually for outstanding teaching. Members of Baker College at Rice, where he was an Executive Associate, honored him with the college's Service Award in 1970.

Well versed in history, literature, music, and the arts, Garside's particular area of scholarly interest was the Renaissance and the Reformation, especially the relationship between the Reformation and the arts. On this topic he was a renowned authority and he published many scholarly works including the books: Zwingli and the Arts in 1966 and The Origins of Calvin's Theory of Music in 1979. In 1974-75, Garside served as President of The American Society for Reformation Research. At the time of his death, Garside was working on a biography of John Calvin, the great Protestant reformer.

Garside died June 11, 1987, from complications associated with a stroke suffered in May of that year. Garside never married and at the time of his death was survived by his mother, brother, sister, and eight nieces and nephews.

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Scope and Contents

Baker College material, teaching and History Dept. records, academic and scholarly correspondence, notes and drafts of books, articles, and lectures, as well as a quantity of Renaissance-Reformation subject files document the faculty and scholarly activities of Charles Garside Jr. (1927-1987). These papers cover the period 1953 to 1987. This represents roughly the second half of Garside's life or, from another perspective, from about the time he began his history Ph.D. work at Yale onward.

The papers bulk in the Teaching Records and Material series with Renaissance - Reformation subject files. These subject files can be further subdivided into two types: course specific subject files and non-course specific subject files. It is likely that these subject files were created for either of two needs: teaching purposes or as the result of research towards a particular book or article. It is also seems likely that if a subject file was created out of research purposes, once the book or article was published the file would be added to the rest, simply as more lecture source material. These subject files contain primarily handwritten and typed notes with some reprint material.

The papers bulk again in the series Scholarly Papers with notes, drafts, and correspondence concerning the many books, articles, reviews, papers, speeches and lectures published or presented by Garside. The papers also well represent the fact that Garside was a member of numerous history and Renaissance-Reformation oriented professional organizations/scholarly societies. Garside served as President of The American Society for Reformation Research for several years and much of the material here is correspondence.

The Garside papers contain very little of a personal nature. The most important material here being several folders of personal correspondence and some address books. Garside was a man of such high scholarship, so intensely devoted to teaching and university life, that if were not for original order it would be difficult to distinguish his personal correspondence from his scholarly correspondence. A few photographs, a number of recipes in a variety of handwritings and some poetry in Garside's handwriting provide some small insight into his nature and life outside the walls of academia.

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Arrangement

Series I: Teaching Materials (Box 1-3)
Series II: Subject Files (Boxes 4-6)
Series III: Scholarly Papers (Boxes 6-7)
Series IV: Academic Organizations (Box 7-8)
Series V: Rice-Related Papers (Box 9)
Series VI: Personal Papers (Box 9)
Series VII: Media (Box 9)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This material is open for research.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish from the Charles Garside, Jr. papers must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Garside, Charles
Subjects (Organizations)
Baker College (Rice University).

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I: Teaching Materials

Subseries A: Course Materials
Box Folder
1 1 HIST 81-I Europe and the Reformation Exam Jan 1958
2 HIST 85-I Europe and the Reformation 1965
3 HIST 100 The Congress of Vienna Lecture I c.a. 1968
4 HIST 100 Totalitarianism Lecture II n.d.
5 HIST 100 French Revolution Lecture III n.d.
6 HIST 100 Liberalism Lecture IV n.d.
7 HIST 100 The Revolution of 1848 Lecture V n.d.
8 HIST 100 The Revolution of 1848 Lecture VI n.d.
9 HIST 100 The Contemporary World n.d.
10 HIST 100 The Problem of Europe n.d.
11 HIST 100 Science & Religion Lecture n.d.
12 HIST 100 The Treaty of Versailles Lecture n.d.
13 HIST 100 The Unification of Italy n.d.
14 HIST 100 Course Planning Notes n.d.
15 HIST 101 Fall Semester Syllabi & Exams 1970-1974
16 HIST 101 The American Revolution I Lecture Notes n.d.
17 HIST 101 The American Revolution II Lecture Notes n.d.
18 HIST 101 The Christian Millennium: Cosmology Lecture & Readings n.d.
19 HIST 101 The Copernican Revolution Lecture & Notes n.d.
20 HIST 101 The English Experience I Lecture Notes n.d.
21 HIST 101 The English Experience II Lecture Notes 1970
22 HIST 101 The Enlightenment Lecture Notes n.d.
23 HIST 101 The French Revolution 1789 n.d.
24 HIST 101 The French Revolution: The Constitution of 1791 Lecture Notes n.d.
25 HIST 101 The Greek Experiment I Lecture Notes n.d.
26 HIST 101 The Greek Experiment II Lecture Notes n.d.
27 HIST 101 An Ideology for Democracy: Christianity Lecture Notes n.d.
28 HIST 101 An Ideology for Deomocracy: From Religion to Politics Lecture Notes n.d.
29 HIST 101 The Newtonian Universe Lecture & Readings n.d.
30 HIST 101 Part of the Third World n.d.
31 HIST 101 The Reformation Lecture & Readings n.d.
32 HIST 101 The Renaissance Lecture & Readings n.d.
33 HIST 101 Science in Society: China Lecture & Readings n.d.
34 HIST 101 Science in Society: Institutions for Science Lecture & Library of Congress Readings n.d.
35 HIST 101 Science in Society: Islam Lecture & Readings n.d.
36 HIST 101 Science in Society: Spokesmen for Science Lecture Notes n.d.
37 HIST 101 Sir Francis Bacon Selected Readings n.d.
38 HIST 101A, 101B Statistics & Final Exams 1971-1972
39 HIST 101A, 101B Syllabi & Registrar Correspondence 1969-1970
40 HIST 101A Syllabi, Exams, & Course Notes 1977-1979
41 HIST 101A The Vienna Settlement Lecture n.d.
42 HIST 102B Class Notes, Handouts, & Readings n.d.
43 HIST 102B The Great Reversal Lecture n.d.
44 HIST 102B Slide Descriptions & Notes n.d.
45 HIST 102B Syllabi, Midterms, & Final Exams 1971-1976
46 HIST 102B World War I & the Legacy of the Industrial Revolution Class Handouts n.d.
47 HIST 130 The Problems of the Renaissance 1958
48 HIST 330 The Renaissance Exams n.d.
49 HIST 331A&B The Two Reformations 1517-1598 n.d.
50 HIST 332 The Radical Reformation: Wittenberg Lecture n.d.
51 HIST 332B The Two Reformations n.d.
52 HIST 333 Course & Instructor Evaluations Spring 1985
53 HIST 333A&B Europe & the Reformation Syllabi 1975-1985
54 HIST 333 Luther Syllabi & Library Reading Lists 1983, 1985, 1986
55 HIST 333 The Central Problem: Authority in the Church Lecture Notes & Annotated Reading n.d.
56 HIST 333 Conciliar Program Lecture & Readings n.d.
57 HIST 333 The Course of the Reformation in Germany Lecture Notes n.d.
58 HIST 333 the Crisis of Medieval Thought Lecture 1969
59 HIST 333 Empire Lecture Notes n.d.
60 HIST 333 German Material & Notes n.d.
61 HIST 333 Luther Religious Experience Lecture Notes n.d.
62 HIST 333 Luther the University Professor Handout & Annotated Copy n.d.
63 HIST 333 The 95 Theses Lecture Notes n.d.
64 HIST 333 The Papacy & the Cannon Law Lecture & Readings n.d.
65 HIST 333 Papal Indulgences Lecture n.d.
Box Folder
2 1 HIST 333 The Peasant's War Annotated Reading n.d.
2 HIST 333 Religious Freedom Potential Material n.d.
3 HIST 333 The Religious Peace of Augsburg Lecture & Annotated Readings n.d.
4 HIST 333 The Right of Resistance Reading n.d.
5 HIST 333 The True Church in the Late Middle Ages Lecture Notes n.d.
6 HIST 333 The Wittenberg Crisis I Timeline & Notes n.d.
7 HIST 333 The Wittenberg Crisis II Lecture Notes n.d.
8 HIST 333A Ozment's Lectures n.d.
9 HIST 334A&B Calvin & Geneva 1509-1564 Syllabi & Exams 1978-1979
10 HIST 464B Calvin & Geneva Syllabus 1986
11 HIST 334 Bucer, Strosburg, & the Church Order Lecture Notes n.d.
12 HIST 334 Calvin & Geneva Student Lecture & Reading Notes 1983
13 HIST 334 Calvin & Religion Notes & Annotated Readings n.d.
14 HIST 334 Geneva Lecture Notes n.d.
15 HIST 335B Syllabi & Exams 1981-1982
16 HIST 345 Art Psychology n.d.
17 HIST 345 The Christian Revival n.d.
18 HIST 345 Donatello, Terribilita, Petrarch n.d.
19 HIST 345 Germany Lecture Notes n.d.
20 HIST 345 Italy Lecture Notes n.d.
21 HIST 345 Paideia/Humanities n.d.
22 HIST 345 Patronage Lecture Notes n.d.
23 Hist 345 The Recovery of the Greek World Reading, Notes, & Handout n.d.
24 HIST 345 The Renaissance & Petrarch Lecture & Handouts n.d.
25 HIST 345A Classical Antiquity & Christianity Lecture X n.d.
26 HIST 345A The Philogical Revolution n.d.
27 HIST 345A The Recovery of the Greek World n.d.
28 HIST 346A&B Reformation Europe 1517-1598 Exams 1986
29 HIST 433 Bonilla Complete Course Notes 1976
30 HIST 433 Italian Humanism in the 15th Century Detailed Course Notes n.d.
31 HIST 433A&B Renaissance Humanism: From Petrarch to Machiavelli Syllabi 1981-1982
32 HIST 433 Bouwsma: Changing Assumptions Reading n.d.
33 HIST 433 Civic Humanism n.d.
34 HIST 433 Classical Culture & Christianity the Problems n.d.
35 HIST 433 Coluccio Salutati n.d.
36 HIST 433 The Essential Elements of Scholastic Culture n.d.
37 HIST 433 The Essential Unity of Classical Culture n.d.
38 HIST 433 Ficino: Letter on the Platonic Tradition n.d.
39 HIST 433 Francesco Petrarca n.d.
40 HIST 433 General Introduction n.d.
41 HIST 433 The Humanism of Alberti n.d.
42 HIST 433 Internal Tensions in Humanism n.d.
43 HIST 433 The Invasion of Italy n.d.
44 HIST 433 Leonardo Bruni: The Cicero Novus n.d.
45 HIST 433 Leonardo Bruni: The Laudatio & the History n.d.
46 HIST 433 Machiavelli & the Militia n.d.
47 HIST 433 Machiavelli's Political Thought n.d.
48 HIST 433 Marsibo Ficino n.d.
49 HIST 433 Michelangelo: David n.d.
50 HIST 433 Michelangelo: The Medici Tombs n.d.
51 HIST 433 The Milanese Crisis n.d.
52 HIST 433 The Paduan Humanists n.d.
53 HIST 433 Petrarch: The Letter to Livy n.d.
54 HIST 433 Petrarch & Moral Philosophy n.d.
55 HIST 433 Petrarch: Preface to the DeViris Illustribus n.d.
56 HIST 433 Picos the Oration & the Conclusions n.d.
57 HIST 433 Princeps Concordiae n.d.
58 HIST 433 Religion & Rhetoric Lecture & Reading n.d.
59 HIST 433 Renaissance Humanism Course Planning n.d.
60 HIST 433 Some Pre-Conditions for Humanism n.d.
61 HIST 433 St. Augustine & Classical Culture n.d.
62 HIST 434 Course & Instructor Evaluations Spring 1985
63 HIST 434 The Codex of Justinian Lecture Notes n.d.
64 HIST 434 Mos Docendi Italicus Notes n.d.
65 HIST 434 St. Augustine & the Christian n.d.
66 HIST 434A&B Syllabus, Notes, & Exams 1979-1983
67 HIST 434 Readings n.d.
68 HIST 570/571 War & Society Plus Correspondence 1969-1973
69 HUMA 360 Major Interpretations of the West Plus Correspondence 1984-1985
Subseries B: Course Proposals
Box Folder
3 1 Course Planning Outlines n.d.
2 Course Reading Lists n.d.
3 Art, History, & Ideas in Renaissance Florence Potential Course n.d.
4 Guest Lectures & Syllabi n.d.
5 Loose Notes HIST 360, 570, 434, 433 n.d.
6 New Course Ideas n.d.
7 Potential Articles to Reference in Lectures n.d.
8 Reformation One Semester Course Lectures 1969
9 The Seminar #2: The Reformation - Four Fundamental Principles n.d.
10 The Seminar Syllabus & Maps 1980
Subseries C: Lectures
Box Folder
3 11 15th Century Stage for Eurpoean Expansion Lecture n.d.
12 18th Century Government & Society n.d.
13 Anabaptism Lecture Notes n.d.
14 Art, History, & Ideas in Renaissance Florence Reading & Notes n.d.
15 Brumi Lecture n.d.
16 Chinese Inventions Written for Garside n.d.
17 The Christian Millenium: Society, Learning Lecture, Readings, & Notes n.d.
18 Classical/Christian View about History Plus Handouts n.d.
19 Cosmic Order & the Great Chain of Being n.d.
20 The Council of Constance n.d.
21 The Enlightenment n.d.
22 Erasmus Notes n.d.
23 The European Age Lecture & Readings n.d.
24 Florence Lecture III n.d.
25 France Lecture I n.d.
26 French Revolution: The New Elements Lecture n.d.
27 Geneva: The Teachers n.d.
28 General Knowledge of God n.d.
29 Guillaume Bude Lecture n.d.
30 Hal: Special Sessions n.d.
31 Historical Ideas n.d.
32 History of Space, Astrology, & Time n.d.
33 History of the Western Tradition Lecture n.d.
34 Humanism & Evangelism n.d.
35 Humanism Lecture Based on Hannah Gray n.d.
36 Humanist Educators n.d.
37 Imperialism Lecture & Readings n.d.
38 Industrial Revolution I Lecture & Readings n.d.
39 Industrial Revolution II Lecture & Readings n.d.
40 Industrial Revolution: China Lecture & Readings n.d.
41 Industrial Revolution: Nature Lecture & Readings n.d.
42 The Intellectual Revolution n.d.
43 Italy: Humanism n.d.
44 Karl Marx Lecture & Readings n.d.
45 Legal Humanism & a Methodology of History n.d.
46 Lorenzo Ualla n.d.
47 Luther, the Church, & Current Events in Education Lecture 1969-1972
48 The Lutheran Doctrine & Resistance to Authority Lecture & Readings n.d.
49 Luther's Ethics n.d.
50 Luther's Religious Experience Handout & Annotated Copy n.d.
51 Marxian Socialism Lecture & Readings n.d.
52 The Medici Tombs n.d.
53 Medieval Historical Thought n.d.
54 The Medeival & Renaissance View of Man n.d.
55 Michelangelo's David: Portrait of a City Lecture Notes n.d.
56 Nationalism I Lecture & Readings n.d.
57 Nationalism II Lecture & Readings n.d.
58 Papacy & Empire n.d.
59 The Pazzi Conspiracy n.d.
60 Phyllis Dean & the Industrial Revolution n.d.
61 The Platonic Academy& Ficino & Neo-Platonism n.d.
62 The Problem of the Institutional Church in Luther n.d.
63 Reconciliation Notes n.d.
64 Reformation in Europe Lecture Schedule & Notes n.d.
65 Religion & Humanism in France n.d.
66 Religious & Political Context for African Expansion Lecture n.d.
67 Religious Shifts in Europe n.d.
68 Renaissance Art: The Family Lecture Notes n.d.
69 Renaissance & Christianity n.d.
70 Roman & Islamic Spain n.d.
71 The Royal Council & Nobility n.d.
72 Science n.d.
73 Scotland Notes n.d.
74 The Third Europe: France & the Netherlands II n.d.
75 The Three Crises Lecture Notes n.d.
76 Transport & Demographic Revolution n.d.
77 The Trinity Lecture & Reading Notes n.d.
78 Toward World War II Lecture & Readings n.d.
79 Valla & Politian n.d.
80 Venice Lecture III n.d.
81 Western European History 800-1715 Final Lecture n.d.

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Series II: Subject Files

Scope and Contents Note
These are general Reformation/Rnaissance subject files apparently for use as needed and not intended for use with any specific course. These files contain primarily handwritten or typed lecture notes with some reprint material.
Box Folder
4 1 16th Century Church Reform Readings n.d.
2 16th Century German Religion n.d.
3 16th Century Studies Conference 1975
4 The Ainsworth Psalter n.d.
5 Alexander Yablonsky - Captured by the Word of God 1966
6 Analysis of Luther's Letters to Buchholzer n.d.
7 Answer to Bishop Hugo n.d.
8 The Assault on Rome (1520) n.d.
9 Augustine: Musical Texts by Garside n.d.
10 Avicenna in the West n.d.
11 Baumer: Seminar n.d.
12 Barraclough - Factors in German History n.d.
13 Basil n.d.
14 Berquin with Garside Edits n.d.
15 Biblical Authority in Luther & Calvin Readings & Notes n.d.
16 Blankenburg - Calvin n.d.
17 Becker - La Musique en Suisse n.d.
18 The Birth of Opera n.d.
19 Brenz - Sermon on Music with Garside Notes n.d.
20 Bucer on Images n.d.
21 Calderwood - History of the Kirk of Scotland n.d.
22 Calvin as a Musical Reformer n.d.
23 Calvin's First Psalter (1539) n.d.
24 Coluccio Salutati Translation n.d.
25 Concept Maps n.d.
26 Conrad Celtis n.d.
27 Catholic Reform & the Counter-Reformation: The Resources of the Catholic Church n.d.
28 The Church & the Greek World (1300-1500) n.d.
29 Church & States in Zurich Before 1519 n.d.
30 The Christianismi Restitutio Notes n.d.
31 Cipolla Notes on Evolution of Society n.d.
32 C.S. Smith Manuscripts n.d.
33 The Czech Reformation n.d.
34 "David" Handout n.d.
35 A Decade of Crisis n.d.
36 In Defense of Place n.d.
37 Dilthey n.d.
38 The Dutch Psalter n.d.
39 Egli: Finished n.d.
40 The Emergence of Nominalism n.d.
41 Erasmianism n.d.
42 Farner: Notes n.d.
43 Ficino & the Hermetic Literature Notes n.d.
44 The Fifth Lutheran Council (1512-1517) n.d.
45 The First Welsh Psalter n.d.
46 Francesco Petrarcha 1966
47 Francis Bacon n.d.
48 French Psalter of 1562 n.d.
49 French Refugees to Geneva (1548-1560) Handout n.d.
50 The French Revolution n.d.
51 Joachim Stieber - A Bibliographical Essay in Northern Humanism 1964
52 John Geerken - The Historiography of Renaissance Religion 1961
53 Geneva: The Deacons n.d.
54 Geneva: Printing n.d.
55 The German Text of Hoatzer n.d.
56 Giles of Viterbo Article Notes n.d.
57 Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola Notes n.d.
58 Gordon Rupp - Joachim Vadianus (1484-1551) n.d.
59 The Gregorian Reform I & II n.d.
60 Gregory the Great & Saint Bonaventura n.d.
61 Hans Baron & the Crisis n.d.
62 Hans Freiherr von Campenhausen - Zwingli & Luther on the Question of Pictures n.d.
63 Harold Grimm - Lazarus Spengler (1479-1534) with Edits by Garside n.d.
64 Huldrych Zwingli n.d.
65 Humanism: Erasmus n.d.
66 Humanism & Mysticism n.d.
67 The Iconoclasm in Basil of 1528 & 1529 Paper & Photocopies n.d.
68 Ignatius Loyola & the Jesuits n.d.
69 Ignatius Notes n.d.
70 Images Notes n.d.
Box Folder
5 1 The Imperial Colloquies n.d.
2 Joachimsen n.d.
3 Johannes Kollwitz - The Picture & Picture Theology in the Middle Ages n.d.
4 John Burcher Letters to Heinrich Bullinger n.d.
5 John Calvin: The Humanist n.d.
6 Karlstadt: Images Essay & Book n.d.
7 Karstadt: Theses n.d.
8 The Laity in the Ancient Church n.d.
9 Lehfeldt on Luther Notes n.d.
10 Lavater Notecards, Notes, & Readings n.d.
11 Leiturgia n.d.
12 Lenselink n.d.
13 The Letter to Sadoleto n.d.
14 Lewis Lapham Letters & Poems n.d.
15 Luther, Calvin, & Erasmus on Images n.d.
16 Lufeure's Thought n.d.
17 The Lutheran Concept of the Church 1969
18 Luther Experience Readings & Notes n.d.
19 Luther & the False Brethren; Luther & the Two Kingdoms Excerpts & Notes n.d.
20 Lydecker: Papers n.d.
21 Martin Luther n.d.
22 Martin Luther on Salvation by Faith Alone Handout n.d.
23 The Medieval Church n.d.
24 Medinger: Seminar Paper n.d.
25 Metrical Psalters n.d.
26 Miriam Chrisman Correspondence & Translations 1965
27 Miriam Chrisman's Manuscript CH I n.d.
28 Molanus Translations 1960
29 Muentzer: Prefaces n.d.
30 Music in the Work of Calvin n.d.
31 Mysticism & the Devotio Moderna n.d.
32 The National Church n.d.
33 North Italian History & Florence Notes n.d.
34 Quellenhefte - English Translation n.d.
35 Paul Kristeller - Eramus from an Italian Perspective n.d.
36 The Peasant War & Thomas Muentzer n.d.
37 Pfister Notecards n.d.
38 Political Background: A Decade of Crisis n.d.
39 Popular Piety n.d.
40 Preconditions for Humanism Notes n.d.
41 The Problem of Authority: The Papacy & Canon Law n.d.
42 Raphael Egli Letter to Chrstian Reader Translations n.d.
43 The Reformation & the Arts 1969
44 Reformation & Education n.d.
45 The Reformation: An Interpretation 1969
46 The Reformation & Political Thought n.d.
47 The Reformation Today 1969
48 Reformed Churches in 16th Century France Handout n.d.
49 A Refugee from the Netherlands: David Joris Annotated n.d.
50 The Reformation & the Imperial Crisis n.d.
51 Religion in the Renaissance Course Planning & Offprints n.d.
52 The Renaissance Papacy (1420-1527) n.d.
53 Report on Church Singing Raphael Egli n.d.
54 The Revival of Greek in the Italian Renaissance 1975
55 Richard Terry - A Forgotten Psalter & Other Essays n.d.
56 The Rise of the German Monarcy Notes n.d.
57 The Rise of Toleration 1969
58 Robert Stevenson - Reformed Church Music n.d.
59 Rudolph Koch on Images n.d.
60 Schlussreden: 26, 33 n.d.
61 The Schmalkaldic League & the Religious Peace of Augsburg n.d.
62 The Scottish Psalter n.d.
63 The Scottish Psalter of 1635 n.d.
64 Schlink n.d.
65 Schmidt-Clausing Notes n.d.
66 Schweizer: Abendmalsgestatung 1953
67 The Second Zurich Disputation - 1st Draft n.d.
Box Folder
6 1 Secularization Notes n.d.
2 The Seminar #4: Geneva n.d.
3 Servetus n.d.
4 Sohngen Drafts n.d.
5 The Souterliedekens n.d.
6 Spiritual Exercises n.d.
7 Steven Ozment - The Appeal of Protestant Ideas n.d.
8 The Structure of Anabaptist Thought & its Relation to Luther & Zwingli n.d.
9 Theodore Beza - The Rights of Rulers n.d.
10 The Three Divisions n.d.
11 Three Lectures on the Organization of Learning n.d.
12 Timothy George - Calvin, Farel, & the Anabaptists n.d.
13 Totalitarianism II The Nazi Experience n.d.
14 Train Station Timeline n.d.
15 Trent: Images n.d.
16 Unification of Germany n.d.
17 Utopia & Geneva n.d.
18 Various Translated Papers on Zwingli, Bullinger, & "Tacitus in German Humanism" n.d.
19 The VCP & the Missions to France n.d.
20 Walter Bense - Noel Beda, Missing Link n.d.
21 Walter Kohler - The German Idea of Emperor at the Beginning of the 16th Century n.d.
12 Walton on Zurich n.d.
23 From Wittenberg to Leipzig to Wartburg n.d.
24 Zurich - The Anabaptists & Spiritualism n.d.
25 Zwingli: Apologia with Edits n.d.
26 Zurich Before Zwingli Notes n.d.
27 Zwingli: A Brief Christian Introduction with Translation n.d.
28 Zwingli's Communique's on Mass & Images n.d.
29 Zwingli: Images (ABCI) n.d.
30 Zwingli's Multi-Voice Composition n.d.
31 Zwingli to Oswald Myeonius n.d.
32 Zwingli's Picture n.d.
33 Zwingli-Texts: Music n.d.
34 Zwinglion Influence on Elizabethan Settlement n.d.

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Series III: Scholarly Papers

Scope and Contents Note
Material present may include some or all of the following: notes, drafts, final copies, invitations, reviews and correspondence.
Box Folder
6 35 Amherst Guest Lecture on Charles V 1966
36 Annotated Bibliography Draft n.d.
37 "Archiv for Reformationsgeschicte" 1955
38 ART 401 Princeton Class Notes 1949
39 Assorted Travel & Research Notes n.d.
40 "The Attitudes of Major Reformers Toward Music" 1962
41 "Some Attitudes of the Major Reformers Toward the Role of Music in the Liturgy" 1967
42 Baumer: History 59 Lectures 1951-1954
43 Bibliographies n.d.
44 Book Reviews & Correspondence 1986-1987
45 Book Reviews & Correspondence on John Clavin 1963-1968
46 De Fructu Book Review 1968
47 Book Reviews & Correspondence 1976-1982
48 Calvin Biography Research Inquiries 1952-1973
49 Calvin's Humanism Paper n.d.
50 "Calvin: A Man & his Work" Manuscript Review 1983
51 "Calvinism as Renaissance Artifact"
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7 1 Case Studies & Essays n.d.
2 Charles V SFA University Guest Lecture Nov. 14, 1973
3 "The Continental Reformation" 1958
4 Essays & Papers with Garside's Notes n.d.
5 Gardner Award Presentation 1987
6 "The Hackerman Year" Address to the Faculty Council 1985
7 HIST 311 Princeton Class Notes n.d.
8 Gerald Straus Introduction 1983
9 Journal Articles & Notes 1963-1971
10 "La Farce Des Theologastres" 1974
11 Leonardo da Vinci Short Course Talk 1981
12 "The Lords of Limit" Essay & Footnotes n.d.
13 "Ludwig Haetzer's Pamphlet Against Images" 1961
14 Luther Paper Draft n.d.
15 Mediaeval Europe: Bibliography n.d.
16 Misc. Essays, Unknown Authors n.d.
17 "The New England Mind" 1954
18 The Origins of Calvin's Theology of Music Correspondence 1977-1979
19 The Origins of Calvin's Theology of Music Galley Proofs n.d.
20 The Origins of Calvin's Theology of Music Monograph 1979
21 The Origins of Calvin's Theology of Music Page Proofs n.d.
22 Patterns of Protestant Church Music Book Review n.d.
23 Perspectives on the Reformation 1976
24 Personal Lecture Notes 1976
25 Reformation Perspectives: Business Correspondence 1968-1970
26 "The Reformation & the Visual Arts" n.d.
27 The Reformers on Music Article & Correspondence 1967
28 "Renaissance Italy: The Shape of Leonardo's World Jan 1982
29 Renaissance Reformation Resurgence Colloquium on Calvin Papers 1976
30 Response to Bauwsma 1984
31 Restitution Dissent & Renewal Conference Correspondence 1974-1975
32 Restitution, Dissent, & Renewal Conference Papers & Pamphlets 1975
33 Reviews & Correspondence 1958-1964
34 Richard Isenberg Memorial Speech & Trip Information n.d.
35 Societe Francaise des Seiziemistes 1979
36 Sermons & Prayers ca 1960
37 "The Three Gifts of Christmas" 1966
38 University of Virginia Address 1970
39 Zwingli & the Arts Correspondence 1961-1967
40 Zwingli & the Arts Publication Correspondence, Contract, & Royalties 1963-1980
41 Zwingli & the Arts Reviews n.d.

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Series IV: Academic Organizations

Scope and Contents Notes
Garside belonged to or worked with most of the scholarly organizations and societies relevant to his interest in the Reformation and the Renaissance. Notably: American Historical Association, Southern Historical Association, American Society for Reformation Research, American Philosophical Society, Houston Philosophical Society and the American Society of Church History. In addition to these organizations, there is correspondence and printed material present concerning institutions, such as the John Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Mich., which were of interest to Garside.
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7 42 2nd International Congress for Calvin Research Travel Plans & Expenses 1978
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8 1 16th Century Studies Conference 1975
2 American Historical Association Affiliated Societies Committee Correspondence 1974
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3 3 American Historical Association Annual & Semiannual Meetings 1958-1960
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8 4 American Historical Association Convention Programs 1946-1972
5 American Historical Association Convention 1960-1961
6 American Historical Association Joint Session Correspondence 1971
7 American Historical Association Joint Session Papers 1971
8 American Philosophical Society Grant Request 1981
9 American Society of Church History Pamphlets & Correspondence 1979
10 American Society of Church History & Reformation Research Correspondence 1973-1975
11 American Society for Reformation Research & American Academy of Religion 1974
12 American Society for Reformation Research Business Correspondence 1973
13 American Society for Reformation Research Correspondence 1975
14 American Society for Reformation Research Joint Session Text n.d.
15 American Society for Reformation Research Membership 1973
16 American Society for Reformation Research Program Correspondence 1973-1974
17 American Society for Reformation Research Proposed Constitution 1969
18 Calvin Studies Society Colloquiums 1976-1987
19 Center for Reformation Research Director's Meeting & Notes 1974
20 Correspondence with Robert Leslie 1960-1962
21 Foundation for Reformation Research Programs ca. 1960s
22 Houston Philosophical Society Membership 1978
23 International Conference on Calvin Research Sept. 1978
24 Translation Bills n.d.
25 Introduction Course in Western Civilization Creation & Correspondence 1970-1972
26 Joint American Society for Reformation Research & Church History Session Correspondence 1973-1975
27 The Meeter Center for Calvin Studies 1984
28 National Association of Independent Schools Conference 1980
29 New England Renaissance Conference 1965-1967
30 Scholarly Correspondence 1950-1959
31 Scholarly Correspondence 1960-1969
32 Scholarly Correspondence 1970-1979
33 Scholarly Correspondence 1980-1987
34 Scholarly Correspondence n.d.
35 Southern Historical Association Correspondence 1966-1967
36 Southern Historical Association Correspondence 1971
37 Southern Historical Association Correspondence 1978-1979
38 Southern Historical Association Program Papers 1974
39 Walter Bense Paper for American Society for Reformation Research 1975

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Series V: Rice-Related Papers

Scope and Contents Note
This series contains materials relating to the Rice Residential College System, executive papers from Garside's time as Executive Associate of Baker, Matriculation Addresses, and History Department meeting minutes.
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9 1 Alumni Association & Education Committee 1973-1974
2 Association of Rice Alumni Presentation 1978-1980
3 Baker Convocation Committee Planning 1964-1965
4 Baker College 15th Anniversary Dinner 1972-1973
5 Baker College Associates Night Invitations & Thank Yous 1973-1979
6 Baker College Correspondence & Newsletters 1977-1979
7 Baker College Course Correspondence & Syllabi 1973-1979
8 Baker College Course Correspondence & Syllabi 1980-1981
9 The Coherent Minor Newsclippings & Correspondence 1986-1987
10 Department of History Meeting Minutes & Newsletters 1982-1983
11 Misc. Correspondence About the Rice College System, Community, & Courses 1973-1987
12 Faculty Reports to the President 1980-1986
13 Mellon Fellowship Search Applications 1982
14 "Only Connect" Rice Universtiy Matriculation Address 1979
15 Reports on the Residential College System at Rice n.d.
16 Rice Research Grants: Calvin Biography 1979-1980
17 Rice & Yale Dinner, Commencement, & Speaking Pamphlets 1963-1976
18 Preface to "Architecture at Rice" 1980
19 "The Vanished Tower" Rice University Matriculation Address 1969

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Series VI: Personal Papers

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9 20 Address Books & Address Notecards n.d.
21 Book Pages with Personal Inscriptions 1948-1962
22 Garside Teaching Excellence Newsclippings 1979-1987
23 Hotchkiss Class of 1959 Address Speech Notes
24 Offprints with Personalized Inscriptions n.d.
25 Personal Correspondence 1948-1959
26 Personal Correspondence 1960-1963
27 Personal Correspondence Regarding Garside's Departure from Yale 1965-1966
28 Personal Correspondence 1970-1979
29 Personal Correspondence 1980-1987
30 Personal Correspondence - Garside's Open Letter Regarding his Health Nov 1983
31 Personal Correspondence Misc. (Photographs) 1960-1987
32 Personal Papers & Documents n.d.
33 Poetry & Book Excerpts n.d.
34 Recipes n.d.
35 Recommendation Thank You Notes 1966-1987

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Series VII: Media

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9 36 Lecture on Renaissance Recording n.d.
37 Lecture Slides n.d.
38 "What is Democracy" Lecture Recording n.d.

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