Walter P. Nickell Papers,   1922-1995, and undated
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   Container / Location    Title
 
Walter P. Nickell Papers. [series]:
Box   1  
Material related to George Washington Carver. This includes copies of letters or letter fragments from WPN to GWC, and about three dozen letters from GWC to WPN, 1930-1939, written in GWC’s own hand. There are also incidental materials, including copies of many newspaper and magazine articles. It contains newspaper and magazine clippings, manuscripts other than correspondence, photographs, and scholarly papers, 1930-1948. Also included in this box is the autobiography of WPN, “From There to Here, the Autobiography of a Naturalist,” copyrighted by Rima Nickell in 1988, 1930-1948, 1988
Box   2  
Correspondence arranged by subject, rather than by the name of the correspondent, 1937-1974
Box   3  
Correspondence filed by the name of the correspondent, alphabetically by last name. The first three files are close family (Claire, Jessie, and Sister); the remainder of the box is files from Richard Albert to John M. Judy, 1932-1975
Box   4  
Correspondence filed by the name of the correspondent, alphabetically by last name, from J. Lee Kavanau to Dale Zimmerman, 1952-1973
Box   5  
Scrapbooks S1 through S5, consisting of a variety of materials, most of which were not compiled by WPN, 1922-1958
Box   6  
Scrapbooks S6 through S8, consisting of newspaper and magazine clippings, reprints of articles by WPN and others, manuscripts of articles and papers by WPN, and radio, television, and motion picture scripts, 1933-1958
Box   7  
Scrapbooks S9 through S11, consisting of photographs of a CIS display on the migration of birds, a lot of poetry written by WPN, and reviews of books and articles written by or collected by WPN, 1928-1969
Box   8  
Non-manuscript articles, 1941: a caricature of WPN as a bird-watcher; headdress; collar; and necklace made by WPN at Camp Ohiyesa; audiodisk (wax record?) Of WPN broadcast December 12, 1941 on WWJ radio, Detroit; black and white negatives and pictures; an academic hood presented to WPN as he received honorary LL. D. from CMU; a cloth map of WPN’s “migrations” received as a gift upon his retirement from CIS, 1941
Box   9  
Miscellaneous (Addition added April 1992), 1. Bird Banding, Presentation by WPN given to Tennessee Ornithological Society, 1971; 2. Botany By Billie Nickell, 1948; 3. Cranbrook Institute of Science Newsletter (4 folders), 1944-1969; 4. Letters, 1967-1972; 5. Newspaper Articles, 1935-1968; 6. Nickell Cemetery Map, Undated; 7. Nickell, Walter P., Thesis Material (3 folders), 1926; 8. Pictures, Undated; 9. Publications by WPN; 10. Scrapbook, WPN (4 folders), 1930-1949; 11. WPN, Journalism (Course) 108E (4 folders), 1933, 1927-1972
F   1  
Oversized Folder 1), 1. Certificates of membership WPN, 1969-1970; 2. Photographs of WPN, undated, 1969-1970; undated
F   2  
Oversized Folder 2), 2) 1. Certificate of Memberships, Walter P. Nickell, 1969-1970; 2. Photographs of Walter P. Nickell, Undated, 1969-1970; undated
B   1  
Slide Box 1), Color slides (Nickell collected) of North American and other Indian peoples or cultures, pre-European contact archaeological excavations, and artifacts, such as arrowheads and temples. Most are unidentified, undated
B   2  
Slide Box 2), Color slides (Nickell collected) of North American and other Indian peoples or cultures, pre-European contact archaeological excavations, and artifacts, such as arrowheads and temples. Most are unidentified, undated
B   1  
Slide Cabinet 1), Color slides (Nickell collected) of North American and other Indian peoples or cultures, pre-European contact archaeological excavations, and artifacts, such as arrowheads and temples. Most are unidentified, undated
B   2  
Slide Cabinet 2), Color slides (Nickell collected) of North American and other Indian peoples or cultures, pre-European contact archaeological excavations, and artifacts, such as arrowheads and temples. Most are unidentified, undated
B   3  
Slide Cabinet 3), Color slides (Nickell collected) of North American and other Indian peoples or cultures, pre-European contact archaeological excavations, and artifacts, such as arrowheads and temples. Most are unidentified, undated