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Carroll Engelhardt Papers

Identifier: RG02.0009.026

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Scope and Contents

The Carroll Engelhardt Papers date from 1964 to 1967 and span 1.00 linear foot. The collection is comprised of lecture notes from Carroll Engelhardt's academic career as a doctorate student in history. These notes are from courses with several prominent scholars including Stow Persons, Sidney Mead, Christopher Lasch, Malcolm Rohrbough, William Aydelotte, and Sherman Paul.


  • Creation: 1964-1967


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The papers are open for research.

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Biographical / Historical

A native of Elkader, Iowa, Carroll Engelhardt graduated from Central Community High School in 1959. He received his B.A. from the University of Northern Iowa and his Ph.D. from The University of Iowa in 1969. He taught history at Concordia College from 1970 until 2003. After his retirement, he taught part-time as an adjunct professor for four more years. He is the author of One Firm Foundation Grounded: The First Century of Concordia College (1891-1991), Gateway to the Northern Plains: Railroads and the Birth of Fargo and the Moorhead (2007), nine articles, and more than thirty book reviews published in state and regional historical journals. He received a Sears Foundation Award for Excellence in Teaching and Campus Leadership (1990) and held the Reual and Alma Wije Distinguished Professorship (2000-2003).


1.00 Linear Feet


University of Iowa alumnus, 1969.

D. McCartney
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Repository Details

Part of the University of Iowa Archives Repository

100 Main Library
University of Iowa Libraries
Iowa City IA 52242