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The collection highlights Baskerville’s interest in Medieval and Renaissance literature. It includes offprints of some of his published works, fragments and drafts of other scholarly research, and notes that he may have used for some of his lectures. Of special note are copies of his M.A. and PhD. theses from Columbia and a three-page handout created by Baskerville for his Dante course (ca 1960-1969) with drawings by friend and colleague Ralph Donald Lindeman.
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Medieval, Renaissance, Literature, University, 1953-1997, Edward Bakerville, Ted Bakerville, Scholarly Papers, Gettysburg College, English Department
Classical Literature and Philology | English Language and Literature | History | Social History
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Couchman, G. Ronald. "MS-218: Edward (Ted) J. Baskerville Scholarly Papers" (January 2018). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collections and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.