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									The Schultz Collection of Juvenile Literature

Illinois Wesleyan University Tate Archives and Special Collections April 2007

Biographical Note: William Eben Schultz, A.B., A.M., PhD (Yale), was Professor of English at Illinois Wesleyan University from 1934 until his death in 1964. He was also the author of the “Alma Wesleyana,” written in 1935. June E. Schultz, IWU Class of 1944 and Alpha Gamma Delta member, is a retired teacher in Bloomington, Illinois. Scope & Content Note: Professor Schultz and his daughter June E. Schultz collected this material and Ms. Schultz gave it to the university library in 1995. The collection consists of magazines, textbooks, fiction, and non-fiction works published from the late-19th to the early-20th Centuries. It is arranged in the following series: I. Magazines II. Children’s Readers and Textbooks III. Youth Fiction/Non-Fiction

The Schultz Collection of Juvenile Literature Box 1 I. Magazines

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sub-box I. Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 2-6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15-28, 30, 31, 33-36, 3840, 42-45, 47, 48 (Apr. 1896-Mar. 1897). Duplicate copy: 38 (pages missing). sub-box II. Norris, Stanley. Do and Dare magazine series. Nos. 37, 38, 42, 47 (10/27/1900 – 1/5/1901). Steel, Robert. Comrades magazine series. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 8-14, 18-30, 32-35, 37-39 (3/31/1900 – 12/22/1900). sub-box III. Comrades magazine series cont. Nos. 41-45, 47-69, 71, 72 (1/5/1901 - 8/10/1901). Box 2 sub-box I. Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 50, 51, 53-90 (Mar. 1897-Jan. 1898). Duplicate copies: 76, 79, 81. sub-box II. Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 92-99, 101, 103-130 (Jan. 1898-Oct. 1898). Duplicate copies: 94, 99. sub-box III. Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 144-153, 155-175 (Jan. 1899-Aug. 1899). Duplicate copies: 157, 164. Box 3 sub-box I. Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 176-210 (Aug. 1899-Apr. 1900). Duplicate copies: 182, 184, 210. sub-box II. Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 212-216, 218, 220, 221, 223, 224, 228, 231244 (May 1900-Dec. 1900). Duplicate copies: 234, 235, 237, 239, 240, 242-244. sub-box III. Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 245-264 (Dec. 1900-May 1901). Duplicate copies: 245, 247-249, 251-258, 264. Box 4 sub-box I. sub-box II. sub-box III. Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 277-300 (Aug. 1901-Jan. 1902). Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 301-341 (Jan. 1902-Oct. 1902). Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 342-372 (Nov. 1902-May 1903).

Box 5 sub-box I. sub-box II. sub-box III. Box 6 sub-box I.

I. Magazines (cont’d) Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 373-400 (Jun. 1903-Dec. 1903). Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 401-433 (Dec. 1903-Jul. 1904). Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 434-462, 464-466 (Aug. 1904-Mar. 1905).

Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 268, 470-490, 492-500 (Apr. 1905-Nov. 1905).

sub-box Box II. Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 501, 502, 504, 505, 507-529, 532-535 (Nov. 1905-Jul. 1906). sub-box III. Box 7 Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 566-592, 722, 728, 730, 731 (Feb. 1907-Apr. 1910). Box 8 II. Children’s Readers and Textbooks Tip Top Weekly magazine series. Nos. 536-565 (Jul. 1906-Feb. 1907).

[ABC Music Series]. Music for Young Americans 2 (student and teacher editions), 3, 4 (student and teacher editions). ca. 1960. Adventures in English; Experiences in Language. 1972. Building Citizenship. 1933, 1934. Children and Books, Third Edition. 1964. Clara Barton, Soldier of Mercy. 1960. Concepts in Science, Second Edition. ca. 1960. [Curriculum Foundation Series]. Science Stories 2 (3 each). 1935. [Curriculum Foundation Series]. Someday Soon; A Study of a Community and Its Workers. 1948. Discovering Music Together 2 (3 each), 3, 4, 5 (2 each). 1966. [Easy Growth in Reading]; Primer 1, First Reader 1, Second Reader 1 (4 each). 1940. Elementary School Mathematics, Second Edition; Book 2 and 3. 1968. Enjoying English 3, Fifth Edition (teacher’s edition). ca. 1960.

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Box 9

II. Children’s Readers and Textbooks (cont’d)

Exploring World Communities. 1969. Ginn Elementary English 3 (teacher’s edition). ca. 1960. [Heath-Chicago German Series]. A Brief Course in German. 1937. [Leading Facts of History Series]. Leading Facts of English History. 1902. Lessons in Grammar. 1897. Looking Ahead, Fourth Edition. Ca. 1950. [Macmillan Science/Life Series]. Science, Health, Safety 2, 3 (student and teacher editions). 1959. Making Music Your Own 4 (2 each). 1965. Modular Activities Program in Science. 1974. The New Basic Readers 2 (part 1), 3 (part 1, 2). Ca. 1960. New Handbook of All Denominations, Seventh Revision. 1933. New Latin Grammar. 1918. New Music Horizons 2. ca. 1940. Box 10 People and Places (3 each). 1940. [Reading Foundation Series], the Wonder-Story Books; I Know a Story (2 each). 1938. [Readtext Series]. Adventure Lands. 1954. Science In Your Life 4, Second Edition. 1961. [Scientific Living Series]. Winter Comes and Goes. 1938. Scott Foresman Reading Systems; Level 10-12. 1971. Seeing Through Arithmetic 1. 1963. [Sheldon Basic Reading Series]. Magic Windows (teacher’s edition). 1957.

Box 10 (cont’d)

II. Children’s Readers and Textbooks (cont’d)

Today’s Basic Science 1. 1963. Using Words We Write. 1950. The Wide Horizons Readers 3. 1965. Working Together, New Revised. 1965. The Young America Basic Reading Program; Level 10, 11. ca. 1970. Box 11 Addie Pray. 1971. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. 1941. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Ca. 1876. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. © ?? Best in Children’s Books. 26 volumes. Ca. 1960. The Book of the Yale Pageant 1716-1916. 1916. Calico Palace. 1970. Box 12 The Complete Sherlock Holmes. 2 volumes. Ca. 1930. The Death of a President. 1967. Except for Me and Thee. 1969. First Ladies From Martha Washington to Mamie Eisenhower. 1953. Flight From Natchez. 1955. Glass Mountain. 1942. Grandmother Brown’s Hundred Years 1827-1927. 1929. Great Smith. 1943. He Began With Eve. 1983. High Water. 1954. III. Youth Fiction/Non-Fiction

The Schultz Collection of Juvenile Literature Box 12 (cont’d)

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[Kay Tracey Mystery Stories]. Beneath the Crimson Brier Bush. 1937. The Lincoln Lords. 1960. A May-Day Outing. 1896. Mississippi. 1929. Moby-Dick or The Whale. 1947. Nurses Are People. 1941. Old Father of Waters. 1928. Box 13 Pollyanna, the Glad Book. 1912, 1913. The Shadow of the Lynx. 1971. Show Boat. 1926. The Shrouded Walls and the Dark Shore. Ca. 1960. Summer of the Red Wolf. 1971. The Taverns of Old England. 1927. The Tenth Month. 1970. The Three Daughters of Madame Liang. 1969. To Brooklyn With Love. 1967. The Tontine. 1955. [The Umbrella Books]. 6 volumes. 1962. A Tribute of Flowers to the Memory of Mother. Ca. 1890. The White Rose. 1969. Wonder Stories; The Best Myths for Boys and Girls. 1920.

Box 14 Finley, Martha. Elsie Books; 27 volumes. Elsie’s Holidays at Roselands. 1868. Elsie’s Girlhood. 1872. Elsie’s Womanhood. 1875. Elsie’s Motherhood. 2 volumes. 1876. Elsie’s Widowhood. 1880. Grandmother Elsie. 1882. Elsie's New Relations: What they did and how they fared at Ion. 1883. Elsie at Nantucket. 1884. The Two Elsies. 1885. Elsie’s Kith and Kin. 1886. Elsie’s Friends at Woodburn. 1887. Christmas With Grandma Elsie. 1888. Elsie and the Raymonds. 1889. Elsie Yachting With the Raymonds. 1890. Elsie’s Vacation and After Events. 1891. Elsie at Viamede. 1892. Elsie at Ion. 1893. Elsie at the World’s Fair. 1894. Elsie’s Journey on Inland Waters. 1895. Elsie at Home. 1897. Elsie on the Hudson and Elsewhere. 1898. Elsie in the South. 1899. Elsie’s Young Folks in Peace and War. 1900. Elsie’s Winter Trip. 1902. Elsie and Her Loved Ones. 1903. Elsie and Her Namesakes. 1905. Mildred Series. 2 volumes. Mildred at Roselands. 1880. Mildred's boys and girls. 1886. Box 15 Hope, Laura Lee. Bobbsey Twins Series; 6 volumes. The Bobbsey Twins in the Great West. 1920. The Bobbsey Twins at Cherry Corners. 1927. The Bobbsey Twins Treasure Hunting. 1929. The Bobbsey Twins at Spruce Lake. 1930. The Bobbsey Twins Wonderful Secret. 1931. The Bobbsey Twins Solve a Mystery. 1934. Standish, Burt L. Merriwell Series. Nos. 150: Frank Merriwell’s School Days. 1901. 167: Frank Merriwell’s Chums. 1902. 178: Frank Merriwell’s Foes. 1902. 184: Frank Merriwell’s Trip West. 1902.

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The Ames Library Illinois Wesleyan University Box 15 (cont’d) III. Youth Fiction/Non-Fiction (cont’d) 189: Frank Merriwell Down South. 1903. 193: Frank Merriwell’s Bravery. 1903. 197: Frank Merriwell’s Hunting Tour. 1903. 201: Frank Merriwell in Europe. 1903. 205: Frank Merriwell at Yale. 1903. 209: Frank Merriwell’s Sports Afield. 1903. 213: Frank Merriwell’s Races. 1903. 217: Frank Merriwell’s Bicycle Tour. 1903. 225: Frank Merriwell’s Courage. 1903. 229: Frank Merriwell’s Daring. 1903. 233: Frank Merriwell’s Athletes. 1903. 237: Frank Merriwell’s Skill. 1903. 240: Frank Merriwell’s Champions. 1904. 244: Frank Merriwell’s Return to Yale. 1904. 247: Frank Merriwell’s Secret. 1904. 251: Frank Merriwell’s Danger. 1904. 254: Frank Merriwell’s Loyalty. 1904. 258: Frank Merriwell in Camp. 1904. 262: Frank Merriwell’s Vacation. 1898. 267: Frank Merriwell’s Cruise. 1898. 271: Frank Merriwell’s Chase. 1898. 276: Frank Merriwell in Maine. 1898. 280: Frank Merriwell’s Struggle. 1898. 284: Frank Meriwell’s First Job. 1898. 288: Frank Merriwell’s Opportunity. 1898. 292: Frank Merriwell’s Hard Luck. 1898. 296: Frank Merriwell’s Protegé. 1898. 300: Frank Merriwell on the Road. 1898. 304: Frank Merriwell’s Own Company. 1898. 308: Frank Merriwell’s Fame. 1898. 312: Frank Merriwell’s College Chums. 1898. 316: Frank Merriwell’s Problem. 1898. 320: Frank Merriwell’s Fortune. 1899. Box 16 Standish, Burt L. Merriwell Series cont. Nos. 324: Frank Merriwell’s New Comedian. 1899. 328: Frank Merriwell’s Prosperity. 1899. 332: Frank Merriwell’s Stage Hit. 1899. 336: Frank Merriwell’s Great Scheme. 1899. 340: Frank Merriwell in England. 1899. 344: Frank Merriwell on the Boulevards. 1899. 348: Frank Merriwell’s Duel. 1899. 352: Frank Merriwell’s Double Shoot. 1899. 356: Frank Merriwell’s Baseball Victories. 1899. 359: Frank Merriwell’s Confidence. 1899.

Box 16 (cont’d)

III. Youth Fiction/Non-Fiction (cont’d)

362: Frank Merriwell’s Auto. 1899. 365: Frank Merriwell’s Fun. 1899. 368: Frank Merriwell’s Generosity. 1899. 371: Frank Merriwell’s Tricks. 1900. 374: Frank Merriwell’s Temptation. 1900. 377: Frank Merriwell on Top. 1900. 380: Frank Merriwell’s Luck. 1900. 383: Frank Merriwell’s Mascot. 1900. 386: Frank Merriwell’s Reward. 1900. 389: Frank Merriwell’s Phantom. 1900. 392: Frank Merriwell’s Faith. 1900. 395: Frank Merriwell’s Victories. 1900. 398: Frank Merriwell’s Iron Nerve. 1900. 401: Frank Merriwell in Kentucky. 1900. 404: Frank Merriwell’s Power. 1900. 407: Frank Merriwell’s Shrewdness. 1900. 410: Frank Merriwell’s Set-Back. 1901. 413: Frank Merriwell’s Search. 1901. 416: Frank Merriwell’s Club. 1901. 419: Frank Merriwell’s Trust. 1901. 422: Frank Merriwell’s False Friend. 1901. 425: Frank Merriwell’s Strong Arm. 1901. 428: Frank Merriwell as Coach. 1901. 431: Frank Merriwell’s Brother. 1901.


								
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