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Schapsmeier Collection on Henry A. Wallace

Identifier: MsC0185

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Scope and Contents

The collection contains correspondence between Schapsmeier and various people associated with Henry A. Wallace. Letters provide commentary on Wallace's policies and opinions. Arranged by year, from 1961-1970. Letters in each folder are arranged chronologically.


  • Creation: 1961-1968
  • Creation: Majority of material found within 1963-1964


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This collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright restrictions may apply; please consult Special Collections staff for further information.


0.25 Linear Feet

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Correspondence with associates and friends of Henry A. Wallace in connection with the writing of a bibliography of Wallace by the Schapsmeiers.

Method of Acquisition

This collection was donated to the University of Iowa Libraries by Edward L. Schapsmeier and Frederick H. Schapsmeier in 1969.

Related Materials

Schapsmeier, Edward L. Henry A. Wallace: The Origins and Development of His Political Philosophy: The Agrarian Years 1920-1940. [Ph.D. dissertation, photocopy] University of Southern California, 1965. SPECIAL COLLECTIONS Iowa Authors Collection 93-244

Schapsmeier, Edward L. Henry A. Wallace of Iowa: The Agrarian Years, 1910-1940. Ames, Iowa State University Press, [1968]. MAIN Library E748.W23 S3 SPECIAL COLLECTIONS Iowa Authors Collection No call number

Schapsmeier, Edward L. Prophet In Politics: Henry A. Wallace and the War Years, 1940-1965. Ames,Iowa State University Press, [1971, c1970]. SPECIAL COLLECTIONS Iowa Authors Collection No call number MAIN Library E748.W23 S32 MAIN Undergraduate Collection E748.W23 S32

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Repository Details

Part of the University of Iowa Special Collections Repository

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