Contains correspondence files reflecting Lowellâ€™s involvement in both local and national organizations, such as the Boston School Committee, League to Enforce Peace and the World Peace Foundation; with other institutions, such as Lowell Institute and M.I.T. concerning the proposed alliance; and Harvard events, including his inauguration as president and the Tercentenary celebration in 1936. Also materials concerning the Sacco and Vanzetti case, 1927-1939 and the Lowell-Henry Cabot Lodge debate, 1919; and recording of radio address, Feb. 17, 1932, about Japanese invasion of Manchuria. Biographical material on Lowellâ€™s education at Harvard, his European travels, and diplomas and certificates. Also manuscripts of lectures for government courses taught by Lowell, Faculty of Arts and Sciences minutes, addresses given at Harvard and elsewhere, and articles. Related publications and reference material also available in repository.
Harvard University Archives
Harvard University Archives, Pusey Library, Harvard Yard,
Cambridge, MA 02138, USA