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COLLECTION Identifier: HUG 1755

Papers of Josiah Royce

Josiah Royce (1855-1916), American philosopher, taught at Harvard from 1882 until his death in 1916. Royce was born and raised in California, studied and taught at the University of California Berkeley, and also studied in Germany. This collection contains extensive writings, research notes, and correspondence documenting Royce’s philosophical thought as a student, scholar, and teacher. . The collection also includes research notes and correspondence pertaining to Royce’s work on the history of California, as well as some documentation of Royce’s friendship with William James.

Dates

  • 1750, 1812-1999

Conditions on use and access

With the exception of negative microfilm and fragile materials, the papers of Josiah Royce are available for research use in the Harvard University Archives’ reading room.

Publication from the collection requires the permission of the Harvard University Archives and the holders of copyright. Publication from the material received from Nancy Hacker, Family papers, 1750, 1812-1971 and Photographs, 1850-1968, requires her permission or that of her heirs.

Extent

23 cubic feet (156 boxes: 98 folio boxes, 47 document boxes, 11 media boxes)

The Papers of Josiah Royce are primarily the product of Royce’s philosophical thought, research, writings, and teachings from his arrival at Harvard University in 1882 to his death in 1916. The collection, which consists of eight series, provides a comprehensive view of Royce's philosophical thought as a student and professor, his research and correspondence regarding the history of California, and his relationship with his colleague William James. The bulk of the collection spans from 1878 to 1916 and covers Royce’s teaching appointments at the University of California at Berkeley and Harvard. The collection contains manuscripts of many, but not all, of Royce's publications, teaching lectures, research notebooks, and drafts, outlines, and professional correspondence. A small amount of Royce’s personal papers, including autobiographical sketches, records of his undergraduate studies at the University of California at Berkeley, and family correspondence are also included. The collection contains photographs of Royce family members, dating from the mid 1860s through early 1900s. The collection also contains supplemental texts by Royce scholars and several Royce family genealogies.

Biographical note

Josiah Royce (1855-1916) was a member of the “golden age” of American philosophy and a foremost interpreter of absolute idealism early in his career. His philosophical thought later evolved into an examination and embrace of pragmatism, loyalty, and community. He investigated the mathematical and logical aspects of philosophy, providing a rigorous basis for his metaphysical inquiry.

Royce taught philosophy at Harvard from 1882 until 1916, beginning as an instructor and advancing to Professor of the History of Philosophy in 1892, Chair of the Department of Philosophy from 1894 to 1898, and Alford Professor of Natural Religion and Civil Polity in 1914. At Harvard, his colleagues in philosophy included William James , George Herbert Palmer , Charles Sanders Peirce , and Hugo Munsterberg .

Born in California, Royce graduated from the University of California in 1875. After study in Germany and at Johns Hopkins, he returned to Berkeley to teach from 1878 to 1882. From 1882 until his death, he taught at Harvard. Royce received an honorary degree from Harvard in 1911.

His major works include The Spirit of Modern Philosophy (1892), The Conception of God (1895), The World and the Individual (1899-1901), The Sources of Religious Insight (1912), The Philosophy of Loyalty (1908), and The Problem of Christianity (1913).
Chronology of Josiah Royce's life
1848
Josiah Royce’s parents, Sarah Bayliss Royce and Josiah Royce Sr., arrive in Northern California by covered wagon. On the journey, Sarah Bayliss Royce keeps a diary that is later published as A Frontier Lady (Yale University Press, 1932). The manuscript later aids her son Josiah in researching his work, California from the Conquest in 1846 to the Second Vigilance Committee [1856]: A Study of American Character .
1855
Josiah Royce is born in Grass Valley, California, a new mining town in formation.
1870
Royce enters the University of California at Berkeley as a member of its first graduating class of 1875. Joseph LeConte, professor of geology, becomes Royce’s earliest mentor. Royce wins oratorical awards and becomes an editor of the student newspaper, the Berkeleyan .
1875
Royce graduates with a degree in classics and a thesis on The Intention of the Prometheus Bound of Aeschylus .
1875
Berkeley businessmen, impressed by Royce’s promise, fund one year of graduate work in philosophy at German universities in Heidelberg, Leipzig, and Gottingen. Before beginning his German studies, Royce visits Boston where he is introduced to the psychologist and philosopher William James. They become lifelong friends, colleagues, and at times intellectual counterpoints.
1875
University of California, Berkeley President Daniel Coit Gilman resigns to become the first president of Johns Hopkins University, the first American university dedicated entirely to graduate scholarship. Gilman offers Royce a two year fellowship beginning in 1876.
1878
Royce receives his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins. His dissertation is titled Of the Interdependence of the Principles of Knowledge: An Investigation of the Problems of Elementary Epistemology .
1878
Royce returns to the University of California, Berkeley as an assistant professor of English. At Berkeley, there is no organized teaching of philosophy, Royce’s chosen field.
1880
Royce marries Katharine Head, daughter of a former Massachusetts family living in the San Francisco Bay area.
1882
Christopher Royce is born.
1882
Royce accepts the opportunity to return to the East Coast when William James takes a year’s sabbatical leave from Harvard and asks Royce to take his place. Royce arrives in Cambridge with his wife and infant son.
1882
Royce begins teaching elementary logic and psychology, and a course on John Locke, David Hume, and George Berkeley. He also begins teaching an advanced course in psychology.
1883
Royce is asked to continue teaching at Harvard for another year, as well as at Radcliffe College, then known as the “Annex.”
1885
The Religious Aspect of Philosophy is published.
1885
Harvard president Charles Eliot elevates Royce to a five-year assistant professorship in philosophy and forensics.
1886
Royce publishes California from the Conquest in 1846 to the Second Vigilance Committee [1856]: A Study of American Character , an early examination of how California joined the United States.
1886
Edward Royce is born.
1887
The Conception of God , with Supplementary Essay, is published.
1889
Stephen Royce is born.
1892
Royce publishes The Spirit of Modern Philosophy , originally given as a series of lectures.
1894
Royce appointed chair of Harvard’s philosophy department for four years.
1899 -1900
Royce delivers the Gifford Lectures at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. The lectures are published as The World and the Individual in 1899-1901.
1908
Royce publishes The Philosophy of Loyalty , first presented as a series of lectures at the Lowell Institute in Boston and elsewhere.
1908-1909
Royce emphasizes the study of logic in his teaching. In addition to metaphysics, he teaches courses in logic and a seminar in the logical foundations of scientific methodology.
1910
Christopher Royce dies at the age of twenty-eight.
1910
William James dies.
1912
Royce suffers a stroke, then later undertakes several convalescent cruises to Latin America.
1913
Royce publishes The Problem of Christianity . This major work was originally delivered as a series of eight lectures at the Lowell Institute in Boston, with an additional eight lectures delivered at Oxford University in 1913.
1914
World War I breaks out; Royce publishes War and Insurance.
1914
Royce is named Alford Lowell Professor of Natural Religion and Civil Polity by Harvard president A. Lawrence Lowell.
1916
The Hope of the Great Community is published.
1916
Royce dies on September 14.

Series in the collection

  1. 1. Biographical materials, 1869-1999
  2. 2. Writings, lectures, and drafts, 1879-1913
  3. 3. Student work, ca. 1863-1878
  4. 4. Correspondence, 1875-1920
  5. 5. Teaching career, 1878-1916
  6. 6. Family papers, 1750, 1812-1971, and undated
  7. 7. Photographs, 1850-1968
  8. 8. Superseded inventories

Acquisition information

List of accessions
  1. Accession 08872 ; 1980 April 21 Nancy A. (Mrs. Robert L.) Hacker
  2. Accession 09077 ; 1980 December 1 (Hilles Library)
  3. Accession 11706 ; 1989 June 1 (Nancy A. Hacker)
  4. Accession 11707 ; 1989 June 1 (Mrs. Leroy Nylund)
  5. Accession 12379 ; 1992 March 11 (Robert V. Hine)
  6. Accession 12913 ; 1994 August 1 (Nancy A. Hacker)
  7. Accession 14788 ; 2003 May 7 (Richard Compton)

Related material at Harvard

The Harvard University Archives holds several additional manuscripts by Royce in the papers of Richard Clarke Cabot (see HUG 4255, Box 14).

Additional items in the Harvard University Archives include Royce's lectures on imitation in childhood (see HUE 83.500.77 and HUE 83.500.78).

The Robbins Library in Harvard’s Department of Philosophy holds the books from Royce’s personal library, many of which contain Royce’s annotations. Robbins Library also holds a framed manuscript by Royce titled The Cult of the Dead.

The Houghton Library holds manuscripts of some of Royce’s works and correspondence with William James (see James, William, 1842-1910. Papers, MS Am 1092.9-1092.12), among other materials.

Other less significant publications and archival material pertaining to Josiah Royce and the Royce family are held at the Harvard University Archives and other repositories at Harvard. Please consult HOLLIS, Harvard’s online library information system, and OASIS, Harvard’s online archival information system, to find these materials.
Related material at the University of California at Berkeley Additional archival material pertaining to Josiah Royce, including his last manuscript, The anniversary of the destruction of the Lusitania; a lecture given in 1875, Certain points in Aristotle's treatise on poetry, considered in relation to the light thrown on the subject by the developments of modern poetic art; and Royce's publication correspondence with Horace Scudder is held at the Bancroft Library at the University of California at Berkeley.

Inventory update

This document last updated 2017 April 10.
Collection contents listed by box and folder This section provides a list of collection contents reflecting their physical arrangement. For full descriptions, consult the detailed list in Section 2.

Boxes 1-98 contain bound volumes. Boxes 99-155 chiefly contain folders of loose documents in numbered folders. Exceptions are noted.
Box 1: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 1 The Religious Aspect of Philosophy, chapters [I-IV]
Box 2: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 2 The Religious Aspect of Philosophy, chapters [V-VII]
Box 3: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 3 The Religious Aspect of Philosophy, chapters [VIII-X]
Box 4: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 4 The Religious Aspect of Philosophy, chapters [XI-end]
Box 5: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 5 The Conception of God, volume 1
Box 6: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 6 The Conception of God, volume 2
Box 7: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 7 The Place of the Will in the Conception of the Absolute, [ca. 1895]
Box 8: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 8 [Lecture I]: The World and the Individual, 1899
  2. Box 8 Lecture II: Realism and Mysticism in the History of Thought, 1899
Box 9: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 9 Lecture III: The Independent Beings: A Critical Examination of Realism 1899
  2. Box 9 Lecture IV: The Unity of Being, and the Mystical Interpretation, 1899
Box 10: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 10 Lecture V: The Outcome of Mysticism, and The World of Modern Critical Rationalism 1899
  2. Box 10 Lecture VI: Validity and Experience, 1899
Box 11: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 11 Lecture VII: The Internal and External Meaning of Ideas, 1899
  2. Box 11 Lecture VIII: The Fourth Conception of Being, 1899
Box 12: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 12 Lecture IX: Universality and Unity, 1899
  2. Box 12 Lecture X: Individuality and Freedom, 1899
Box 14: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 14 The One, the Many, and the Infinite. An Essay supplementary to First Course of Gifford Lectures, 1899
Box 15: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 15 Lecture I: Retrospect and Outlook, 1900
  2. Box 15 Lecture II: Physical and Social Reality, 1900
Box 16: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 16 Lecture III: The Social Origin of the Conception of Natural Law, 1900
  2. Box 16 Lecture IV: The Interpretation of Nature, 1900
  3. Box 16 Lecture V: The Human Self, 1900
Box 17: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 17 Lecture VI: The Place of the Self in Being, 1900
  2. Box 17 Lecture VII: The Temporal and the Eternal, 1900
Box 18: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 18 Lecture VIII: The Moral Order, 1900
  2. Box 18 Lecture IX: The Struggle with Evil, 1900
Box 19: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 19 Lecture I: Introduction, The Recognition of Facts, 1900
  2. Box 19 Lecture II: The Linkage of Facts, 1900
Box 20: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 20 Lecture III: The Temporal and the Eternal, 1900
  2. Box 20 Lecture IV: Physical and Social Reality, 1900
Box 21: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 21 Lecture V: The Interpretation of Nature, 1900
  2. Box 21 Lecture VI: The Human Self, 1900
  3. Box 21 Lecture VII: The Place of the Self in Being, 1900
  4. Box 21 Lecture VIII: The Moral Order, 1900
  5. Box 21 Lecture IX: The Struggle with Evil, 1900
Box 22: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 22 Preface, ca. 1901
  2. Box 22 Lecture I: Introduction: The Recognition of Facts, 1899
  3. Box 22 Lecture II: The Linkage of Facts, 1899
  4. Box 22 Lecture III: The Temporal and the Eternal, 1899
Box 23: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 23 Lecture IV: Physical and Social Reality, 1899
  2. Box 23 Lecture V: The Interpretation of Nature, 1899
  3. Box 23 Lecture VI: The Human Self, 1899
Box 24: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 24 Lecture VII: The Place of Self in Being, 1899
  2. Box 24 Lecture VIII: The Moral Order, 1899
Box 25: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 25 Lecture IX: The Struggle with Evil, 1899
  2. Box 25 Lecture X: The Union of God and Man, 1899
Box 26: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 26 Index to the First and Second Series of the World and the Individual, 1899-1901
Box 27: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 27 Lecture I: The Nature and the Need of Loyalty, 1907
  2. Box 27 Lecture II: Individualism, 1907
  3. Box 27 Lecture III: Loyalty to Loyalty, 1907
  4. Box 27 Lecture IV: Conscience, 1907
Box 28: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 28 Lecture V: Some American Problems in their Relation to Loyalty, 1907
  2. Box 28 Lecture VI: Training for Loyalty, 1907
  3. Box 28 Lecture VII: Loyalty, Truth, and Reality, 1907
  4. Box 28 Lecture VIII: Loyalty and Religion, 1907
Box 29: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 29 Loyalty and Insight [William James and Other Essays], 1911
  2. Box 29 William James and the Philosophy of Life [William James and Other Essays], 1911
Box 30: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 30 Principles of Logic, 1913
Box 31: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 31 Lecture I: The Problem and the Method [The Problem of Christianity lectures], 1912-1913
  2. Box 31 Lecture II: The Idea of the Universal Community, 1912-1913
  3. Box 31 Lecture III: The Moral Responsibility of the Individual, 1912-1913
Box 32: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 32 Lecture IV: The Realm of Grace, 1912-1913
Box 33: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 33 Lecture V: Time and Guilt, 1912-1913
  2. Box 33 Lecture VI: Atonement, 1912-1913
Box 34: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 34 Lectures VII: The Christian Doctrine of Life, 1912-1913
  2. Box 34 Lecture VIII: The Modern Mind and the Christian Ideas, 1912-1913
Box 35: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 35 Lecture IX: The Community and the Time: Process, 1912-1913
  2. Box 35 Lecture X: The Body and the Members, 1912-1913
Box 36: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 36 Lecture XI: Perception, Conception and Interpretation, 1912-1913
  2. Box 36 Lecture XII: The Will to Interpret, 1912-1913
Box 37: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 37 Lecture XIII: The World of Interpretation, 1912-1913
  2. Box 37 Lecture XIV: The Doctrine of Signs, 1912-1913
Box 38: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 38 Lecture XV: The Historical and the Essential, 1912-1913
  2. Box 38 Lecture XVI: Summary and Conclusion, 1912-1913
Box 39: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 39 Outline of the First Lectures on the Problem of Christianity. November 18, 1912
  2. Box 39 Synopsis of the Second Lecture, 1912-1913
  3. Box 39 Synopsis of the Third Lecture, 1912-1913
  4. Box 39 Synopsis of the Third Lecture, [typescript], 1912-1913
  5. Box 39 Synopsis of the Fourth Lecture, 1912-1913
  6. Box 39 Synopsis of the Fourth Lecture, [typescript], 1912-1913
  7. Box 39 Synopsis of the Fifth Lecture, 1912-1913
  8. Box 39 Synopsis of the Fifth Lecture, [typescript], 1912-1913
  9. Box 39 Synopsis of the Sixth Lecture, 1912-1913
  10. Box 39 Synopsis of the Sixth Lecture, [typescript], 1912-1913
  11. Box 39 Synopsis of the Seventh Lecture, 1912-1913
  12. Box 39 Synopsis of the Eighth Lecture, 1912-1913
  13. Box 39 Unrevised Draft of The Problem of Christianity, Lecture I, 1912-1913
  14. Box 39 Lecture XVI, Summary and Conclusion [proof], 1912-1913
Box 40: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 40 [I] The Nature of Voluntary Progress [Fugitive Essays], 1880
  2. Box 40 [II] Tests of Right and Wrong [Fugitive Essays, ca. 1880]
  3. Box 40 [III] On Purpose in Thought [Fugitive Essays, ca. 1880]
  4. Box 40 [IV] Natural Rights and Spinoza's Essay on Liberty [Fugitive Essays], 1880
Box 41: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 41 Lecture I: Kant's Conception of the Nature and the Conditions of Knowledge 1906
  2. Box 41 Lecture II: Modifications of Kant's Conception of the Self 1906
  3. Box 41 Lecture III: The Concept of the Absolute, and the Dialectical Method 1906
Box 42: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 42 Lecture IV: The Dialectical Method in Schelling 1906
  2. Box 42 Lecture IX: Hegel's Mature System 1906
  3. Box 42 Lecture VIII: The Dialectical Progress of Hegel's Phenomenology 1906
Box 43: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 43 Mental Development in the Child and the Race: Methods and Processes, [ca. 1896-1902]
  2. Box 43 Systematic Philosophy in America in the years of 1894 and 1895, 1893, 1894, 1895
  3. Box 43 The Old and the New -- a Lesson, 1902
Box 44: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 44 Recent Logical Inquiries and their Psychological Bearings, [ca. 1901-1902]
  2. Box 44 The Present Position of the Problems of Natural Religion, [ca. 1902-1903]
Box 45: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 45 The Relation of the Principles of Logic to the Foundations of Geometry, [ca. 1905]
Box 46: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 46 The Relation of the Principles of Logic to the Foundations of Geometry, [ca. 1905]
Box 47: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 47 Kant's Doctrine on the Basis of Mathematics, [ca. 1904]
  2. Box 47 Race Questions and Prejudices, [ca. 1906]
  3. Box 47 The Sciences of the Ideal, [ca. 1904]
Box 48: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 48 Immortality, [ca. 1907]
  2. Box 48 On Definitions and Debates, [ca. 1912]
  3. Box 48 The American College and Life, [ca. 1909]
Box 49: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 49 A Word for the Times, 1914
  2. Box 49 An Extension of the Algebra of Logic, [ca. 1913]
  3. Box 49 The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Case of Middlebury College, [ca. 1915]
  4. Box 49 The Mechanical, the Historical and the Statistical, 1914
Box 50: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 50 Mind. [Contributions to Hasting's Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics, ca. 1916]
  2. Box 50 Mind. [Revision of article for contributions to Hasting's Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics, ca. 1916]
  3. Box 50 Order. [Contributions to Hasting's Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics, ca. 1916]
  4. Box 50 Order. I. Orderliness and its Uses [Contributions to Hasting's Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics, ca. 1916]
Box 51: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 51 Phenomenology of the Spirit, [ca. 1889-1890]
  2. Box 51 State Insurance and International Reinsurance, [undated]
  3. Box 51 The Hope of the Community, 1916
  4. Box 51 The Possibility of International Insurance, 1915
  5. Box 51 The Practical Significance of Pessimism, 1879
  6. Box 51 Words prepared for the meeting on The Duty of Americans in the war. [Related to the Hope of the Great Community], 1916
Box 52: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 52 [Hegel's Terminology], 1901
  2. Box 52 The Problem of Job, [ca. 1896]
Box 53: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 53 A Nocturnal Expedition, [ca. 1870]
  2. Box 53 German University certificates, 1875-1876
  3. Box 53 The Miner's [Lonely Lovers'] Grave, [ca. 1870]
  4. Box 53 Undergraduate, University of California, Berkeley articles, [ca. 1874-1875 and undated ]
Box 54: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 54 Fragment of Royce's Ph.D. thesis and related notes], [ca.1877-1878]
Box 55: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 55 [Untitled essay fragment], ca. 1877]
  2. Box 55 [Untitled] Notes, 1878
  3. Box 55 Definition of Knowledge [fragment], 1878
  4. Box 55 In the Footsteps of Kant [fragment], 1878
  5. Box 55 Of the Principle of Ethics, 1878
  6. Box 55 Spinoza's Theory of Religious Liberty in the State, [1878]
  7. Box 55 The Critical Theory of Knowledge [fragment], 1878
  8. Box 55 The Historical Method in Sociology - Its Significance and Its Principles [fragment], 1878
  9. Box 55 The Historical Method in Sociology - Its Significance and Its Principles, 1878
  10. Box 55 The Spirit of Modern Philosophy, 1877
  11. Box 55 The Truth Seeking Instinct [fragment], [ca.1878-1880]
Box 56: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 56 Lectures on German Romanticism [Lectures I-VII], 1878
Box 57: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 57 Lectures on German Romanticism [Lecture VII, plus appendix, early drafts, notes, conclusion], 1878
Box 58: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 58 [Introductory to Philosophy course, Fall 1878. Untitled Introduction, called Lecture I], 1878
  2. Box 58 Lecture I. An Elementary Analysis of the Thinking Process, 1878
  3. Box 58 Lecture II. [Untitled], 1878
  4. Box 58 Lecture III. [Untitled], 1878
  5. Box 58 Lecture IV. Of the Nature of the Judgment, Second Study, 1878
  6. Box 58 Lecture VI. The Knowledge of Nature, First Discussion, 1878
  7. Box 58 Lecture VI. The Knowledge of Nature, Second Discussion, 1878
Box 59: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 59 [Introductory to Philosophy course, 1879]. Lecture I: Introductory, 1878
  2. Box 59 Lecture II: Des Cartes, Spinoza - Notes, 1878
  3. Box 59 Lecture III: Cartesianism (concluded) and English Empiricism from Locke to Hume, 1878
  4. Box 59 Lecture IV: The English Philosophy, The Eighteenth Century, 1878
  5. Box 59 Lecture V: Subtopic II -- Leibniz's Life, 1878
  6. Box 59 Lecture V: Topic I -- The Continental Philosophy of the 18th Century, Subtopic -- The Philosophy of Leibniz, 1878
  7. Box 59 Lecture VI: Introductory to Kant, 1878
  8. Box 59 Lecture VI: Kant and the Significance of Modern Thought, 1878
Box 60: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 60 [The Theory of] Evolution in its Relation to Philosophy, 1881
  2. Box 60 Outlines of Critical Philosophy, 1879-1880
  3. Box 60 Reality and Consciousness, [ca.1880]
  4. Box 60 Sketch of the Infinitesimal Calculus, 1879-1880
  5. Box 60 The Purpose of Thought, 1879-1880
  6. Box 60 The Scope and Purpose of Psychology, 1880
  7. Box 60 The Work of Thought, 1879-1880
Box 61: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 61 Logic as an English Study, 1881
  2. Box 61 Matter & Consciousness, 1881
  3. Box 61 The Conception of Immortality, [1899]
  4. Box 61 The Conception of Immortality, [1899]
Box 62: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 62 [Lectures] Hegel: Phänomenologie, 1889-1890
  2. Box 62 [Lectures] Reports on Recent Philosophical Discussions, 1892
  3. Box 62 [Lectures] The Two Fold Nature of Knowledge: Imitative and Reflective [lectures to teachers], 1894
Box 63: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 63 Lecture I: What is a General Idea?, 1893
  2. Box 63 Lecture II: General Ideas and the Theory of Habits, 1893
  3. Box 63 Lecture III: The Constituents of a General Idea: The Relations of Intellect, Feelings and Will, 1893
Box 64: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 64 Lecture IV: General Ideas as Products of Imitation: The Psychology of Suggestion, and the Lessons of Hypnotic Research, 1893
  2. Box 64 Lecture V: The Psychology of Imitation continued, 1893
  3. Box 64 Lecture VI: Apperception, Attention, and the Theory of an Orderly Acquisition of General Ideas, 1893
Box 65: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 65 Lecture VII: Some Imperfections of General Ideas, Unconscious and Segmented Processes and Ideas, 1893
  2. Box 65 Lecture VIII: The Psychological Theory of Self-Consciousness from the Teacher's Point of View, 1893
Box 66: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 66 Lecture IX: On a Due Regard for the Varieties of Individual Temperament, 1893
  2. Box 66 Lecture XI: On Some Special Devices for Mental Training, 1893
  3. Box 66 Lecture XII: On Certain Psychological Aspects of Moral Training, 1893
Box 67: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 67 Lecture I: The Present Position of Theism, 1896
  2. Box 67 Lecture II: The Philosophical Conception of God, 1896
  3. Box 67 Lecture III: The Moral World as the Revelation of God, 1896
Box 68: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 68 Lecture I: The General Nature of the Human Intellect, [ca. 1897]
  2. Box 68 Lecture II: The Social Basis of the Intellectual Life, [ca. 1897]
  3. Box 68 Lecture III: The Social Origin of the Reasoning, [ca. 1897]
  4. Box 68 Lecture IV: God and Nature: Evolution and Ethics, 1896
  5. Box 68 Lecture IV: The Social Origin of Our Fundamental Ideas, [ca. 1897]
  6. Box 68 Lecture V: The Theistic Interpretation of Nature, 1896
  7. Box 68 The Social Factors of the Human Intellect
Box 69: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 69 IV: [continuation of Lecture III?], 1897-1898
  2. Box 69 Lecture I: The General Nature of the Intellect, 1898
  3. Box 69 Lecture II: The Basis of our Social Consciousness, 1898
  4. Box 69 Lecture III: The Beginnings of Social Life in the Individual, 1897-1898
Box 70: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 70 [Lecture VII]: The Social Basis of [the] Reasoning [Process], 1897-1898
  2. Box 70 Lecture I: [Aspects of Social Psychology], 1898
  3. Box 70 Lecture V: Theory of the Origin of the Ideas of Ego and Alter, 1897-1898
  4. Box 70 Lecture VI: [untitled], 1898
  5. Box 70 Lecture VI: The Social Basis of the Thinking Process, 1897-1898
Box 71: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 71 [Lecture I]: [Introduction], 1897-1899
  2. Box 71 [Lecture II]: On Certain Limitations of the Thoughtful Public in America, 1897-1899
Box 72: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 72 [Lecture I:] An Address before the Ethical Society of Philadelphia [John Fiske: His work as a Philosophical Writer and Teacher], 1901
  2. Box 72 [Lecture II:] Recent Discussions of the Concept of the Infinite, [ca. 1901-1902?]
  3. Box 72 [Lecture:] Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical Relations in the Exact Sciences, 1905
  4. Box 72 Notes for Philosophy 15, 1903-1904
Box 73: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 73 Closing Words Addressed to the Philosophical Conference of 1903-1904
  2. Box 73 Concluding Summary of the Philosophical Conference, 1903-1904
  3. Box 73 Introductory Statement at the Philosophical Conference of Oct 19, 1903, 1903
  4. Box 73 Mr. Bertrand Russell's Problem of The Contradiction, 1903
  5. Box 73 Notes on Logic [1-6], 1903
  6. Box 73 The Hero Burk, 1903-1904
Box 74: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 74 [Lecture III], 1904
  2. Box 74 Lecture I: Some Characteristics of the Thinking Process, 1904
  3. Box 74 Lecture II: General Survey of the Concepts Useful in Various Sciences, 1904
  4. Box 74 Lecture IV [untitled], 1904
  5. Box 74 Lecture V, 1904
  6. Box 74 Programme of Lectures, Columbia Course, 1904
Box 75: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 75 [Introduction to] [Φ]BK Address, Vassar College, [ca. 1907-1909]
  2. Box 75 A Study Toward a Generalization of the O=Relation, 1905
  3. Box 75 Andover Address, on [the] Relation of Philosophy to Clergyman's Profession, 1904
  4. Box 75 Memorandum for a Chapter XII on the Grades of Influence exercised by the Great Man, 1904
  5. Box 75 What Sort of Existence Have the Entities of Mathematics, [ca. 1907]
Box 76: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 76 [Lecture II]: Four Types of Personality 1907
  2. Box 76 [Lecture III]: Loyalty as a Personal and as a Social Virtue 1907
  3. Box 76 [Lecture IV] [untitled]. 1907
  4. Box 76 Lecture I: The Problem of Ethics 1907
  5. Box 76 Lecture I: The Problem of Ethics [Loyalty as an Ethical Principle lectures]. 1907
Box 77: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 77 [Lecture I]: Introductory Remarks, 1910
  2. Box 77 [Lecture I]: Introductory Statement, 1907
  3. Box 77 [Lecture II]: Philosophy and Life, 1910
  4. Box 77 [Lecture III]: [Nature in Modern Philosophy]-title per note in red, 1910
  5. Box 77 Lecture II: [untitled], 1907
Box 78: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 78 Smith College Lectures on Recent Problems of Philosophy, 1910
  2. Box 78 Address for Meeting of American Students [at Oxford University], 1913
  3. Box 78 Notes for Address before Yale Theological Club, 1910
  4. Box 78 Shop Talk, prepared for the Authors' Club [What Does Philosophy Mean to the Literary Man?], 1913
  5. Box 78 What is Philosophy and Why Study Philosophy, 1910
Box 79: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 79 [Unfinished rewrite of The Decay of Earnestness], undated
  2. Box 79 [Untitled, undated]
  3. Box 79 Friedrich Albert Lange and His Ethical Idealism, [undated]
  4. Box 79 Knowledge and Nature, [undated]
  5. Box 79 Of the Will as the Principle in Philosophy, undated
  6. Box 79 Reality and Consciousness, [undated]
  7. Box 79 The Interpretation of Consciousness, [undated]
  8. Box 79 The Postulates of Truth Seeking, [undated]
  9. Box 79 The Truth Seeking Instinct, [ca. 1880]
Box 80: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 80 Modern Poetic Art, [ca. 1875-1878]
  2. Box 80 Some Characteristics of Being, [ca. late 1890s]
  3. Box 80 Some Illustrations of the Structure and Growth of Human Thought, [ca. 1880]
  4. Box 80 The Possibility of Experience, [ca. 1880]
  5. Box 80 What Constitutes Good Fiction [second version], [ca. 1878-1879]
  6. Box 80 What Constitutes Good Fiction, ca. [1878-1879]
Box 81: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 81 A Critical Study of Reality, [ca. 1897]
Box 82: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 82 [Lecture III:] Loyalty and Individuality, [1910]
  2. Box 82 Lecture II: The Art of Loyalty, [ 1910]
  3. Box 82 The Conflicts of Loyalties, [1910]
Box 83: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 83 [Lecture I: The Nature and the Use of Absolute Truth], 1911
  2. Box 83 Lecture I: The Nature and the Use of Absolute Truth, 1911
  3. Box 83 Lecture II: Theoretical and Practical Truth, 1911
  4. Box 83 Lecture II: Theoretical and Practical Truth, 1911
Box 84: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 84 [Berkeley Conferences, Lecture I:] The Triadic Theory of Knowledge, 1914
  2. Box 84 [Berkeley Conferences, Lecture I]: Illustrations of the Philosophy of Loyalty, 1914
  3. Box 84 [Berkeley Conferences, Lecture II:] On the Social Character of Scientific Inquiry, 1914
Box 85: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 85 A Speculation as to the Nature of Mind, [ca. 1887]
  2. Box 85 Reason. V. The Assurance and the Truth of Reason, [ca. 1889-1890]
  3. Box 85 Harrison Lectures [University of Pennsylvania] Lecture I: The Nature and the Use of Absolute Truth, 1911
  4. Box 85 Lecture II: Theoretical and Practical Truth, 1911
  5. Box 85 Lecture III: The Accessibility of Absolute Truth, 1911
Box 86: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 86 Notes on Logic [loose notes], undated
Box 87: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 87 Notes on Logic, undated
Box 88: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 88 [Lecture II: Instances of Order: Number, Time, Relation], 1904
  2. Box 88 [Lecture III: Instances of Law, Series, Levels], 1904
  3. Box 88 [More] notes on logic, [ca. 1904]
  4. Box 88 [Richmond Lectures on Some Fundamental Conceptions of Science] Lecture I: The Orderly Arrangement of Facts and Ideas: Series and Levels, 1904
  5. Box 88 [Sketch of Final Lecture:] Advantages of Serial Order, [ca. 1904]
Box 89: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 89 History of Ethics, 1883-1884
  2. Box 89 Lecture IV: Greek Popular Ethics, 1883-1884
  3. Box 89 Lecture IX: Examples of Special Virtues as Means, 1883-1884
  4. Box 89 Lecture V: Other Religious Ideas, 1883-1884
  5. Box 89 Lecture VI: Sophist and Scepticism in Ethics, 1883-1884
  6. Box 89 Lecture VII: [Plato], 1883-1884
  7. Box 89 Lecture VIII: [Hedonistic Elements], 1883-1884
  8. Box 89 Lecture X: Stoics and Epicureans, 1883-1884
  9. Box 89 Lecture XI: [The Search for Personal Perfection], 1883-1884
  10. Box 89 Lecture XV: The Thought of Jesus, 1883-1884
  11. Box 89 Lecture XVII: Paul's Person and Character, 1883-1884
  12. Box 89 Lectures I - III [untitled], 1883-1884
  13. Box 89 Lectures on the History of Ethics, 1883-1884
  14. Box 89 Lectures XII-XIV: [The Hebrew Ethics], 1883-1884
  15. Box 89 Lectures XIX-XX [untitled], 1883-1884
  16. Box 89 Lectures XVI: [The Keeping of the Law], 1883-1884
Box 90: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 90 The Conception of Immortality, [1899]
  2. Box 90 The Philosophical Interpretation of Evolution, [ca. 1897]
Box 91: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 91 Empirical Aspect of Finite Self-Consciousness, [ca. 1895]
  2. Box 91 Lecture on the Absolute and the Individual, [ca. 1895]
  3. Box 91 The Growth of the Social Mind, [ca. 1899-1900]
  4. Box 91 The Social Factors in the Conception of Reality, [undated] .
  5. Box 91 The Spirit of the Community, [ca. 1914]
Box 92: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 92 [Untitled fragment about Christmas, ca. 1901]
  2. Box 92 Some Characteristic Tendencies of American Civilization, 1900
  3. Box 92 The Influence of Christmas Festivities upon the Welfare of Children. A Circular of Inquiry, [ca. 1901]
  4. Box 92 [The Opening of the Great West: Oregon and California, ca. 1901]
Box 93: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 93 Addresses to Graduates [Harvard graduate students, undated]
  2. Box 93 Some Relations of the Teaching of Psychology and Philosophy to the Problems of Religious Education in the Colleges, 1911
  3. Box 93 The Recent University Movement in America, 1900
Box 94: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 94 Course on Ethics. Lecture II: The Idea of Duty, [ca.1913-1916]
  2. Box 94 Course on Ethics. Lecture III: Wallas's Problem of the Great Society, [ca. 1913]
  3. Box 94 Course on Ethics. Lecture IV: Pleasure and Pain, Happiness and Unhappiness, [ca. 1914-1916]
  4. Box 94 Course on Ethics. Lecture V: The Self, [ca. 1913-1916]
  5. Box 94 Lectures to Teachers on Ethics, [undated]
Box 95: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 95 [Lecture I:] What is Duty, 1883
  2. Box 95 Comments Upon the Problem of the Mid-Year Examination Paper, c. 1916
  3. Box 95 Lecture II: [untitled], 1883
Box 96: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 96 [Philosophy 20c, Questions, undated]
  2. Box 96 Autobiographical note [probably University of California, Berkeley], undated
  3. Box 96 Book and article reviews, 1912-1915
  4. Box 96 Colleague correspondence, 1908-1909, 1915
  5. Box 96 Essay on Loyalty, [undated]
  6. Box 96 Examination for Honors in Philosophy, undated
  7. Box 96 Honors and recognition [from various universities], 1875-1885
  8. Box 96 Honors Examination, May 1, ?
  9. Box 96 Introduction to Metaphysics, undated
  10. Box 96 Lecture I: The Nature, Faults, and General Culture of the Intellect, undated
  11. Box 96 Lecture II: The Use of the Minds of Others, Library-Work, undated
  12. Box 96 Lecture IX: On a Due Regard for the Varieties of Individual Temperament, undated
  13. Box 96 Lecture X: Mental Defect and Disorder from the Teacher's Point of View, undated
  14. Box 96 Lecture XI: On Some Special Devices for Mental Training, undated
  15. Box 96 Notes on the Logic of Measurement, for the Seminary in Economics, undated
  16. Box 96 Philosophy 11, Final Examination, 1899
  17. Box 96 Philosophy 12², Hour Examination, 1899
  18. Box 96 Philosophy 12, Final Examination, 1891
  19. Box 96 Philosophy 12, Final Examination, 1896
  20. Box 96 Philosophy 15, Mid-Year Examination, undated
  21. Box 96 Philosophy 15, Mid-Year Examination, undated
  22. Box 96 Philosophy 1a. Special Examination, 1901-1902
  23. Box 96 Philosophy 1b, Mid-Year Examination, Radcliffe College, 1901
  24. Box 96 Philosophy 3, Mid-Year Examination, 1889
  25. Box 96 Philosophy 4a, Radcliffe. Final Examination, Special Paper, undated
  26. Box 96 Philosophy 9, Final Examination, 1900
  27. Box 96 Philosophy 9, Radcliffe. [Final Examination], Special Paper, June 16, [1898]
  28. Box 96 Preliminary Examination for [the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy]. History of Philosophy, 1905
  29. Box 96 Preliminary Examination for Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. History of Philosophy, 1899
  30. Box 96 Preliminary Examination for Ph.D. Ethics, 1904
  31. Box 96 Preliminary Examination for Ph.D. Logic, 1902
  32. Box 96 Preliminary Survey of Some Metaphysical Problems & Opinions, [ca. 1900-1902?]
  33. Box 96 Questions and Exercises on the Theory of the Proposition and of the Syllogism, undated
  34. Box 96 Specimen Examination Questions, undated
  35. Box 96 Summary of a Discussion Preliminary to the Seminary, undated
  36. Box 96 Topics of Lectures on Method, undated
Box 97: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 97 [War and Insurance], [undated]
  2. Box 97 Address Before the Hebraic Society, [undated]
  3. Box 97 Book I: The Self and its Fellows. Chapter I: The Origin of the Social Consciousness, [undated]
  4. Box 97 Introductory Note to the Story of Puhi Huia & Ponga, [undated]
  5. Box 97 Part IV. The Self-Conscious Individual, [undated]
  6. Box 97 Plan of Discussion for the Hebraic Society, [undated]
  7. Box 97 Suggestions Concerning the Metaphysics of Individual Self Consciousness, [ca. 1895]
  8. Box 97 The Matrix of Reality, the Cosmological Problem, and the Logic of the Existential [Outline for a Projected Book, undated]
  9. Box 97 The Place of Philosophy in the Intellectual Life of the Present Day, [undated]
  10. Box 97 The Teachings of Friedrich Nietzche, [undated]
  11. Box 97 The World and the Social Consciousness, [undated]
  12. Box 97 Various notes [twelve separate groups of notes, undated]
Box 98: One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Box 98 Lecture I. The Religious Problem and the Human Individual, undated
  2. Box 98 Lecture II. Individual Experience and Social Experience, undated
  3. Box 98 Lecture III. The Office of the Reason, undated
  4. Box 98 Lecture IV. The World and the Will, undated
  5. Box 98 Lecture V. The Religion of Loyalty, undated
  6. Box 98 Lecture VI. The Religious Mission of Sorrow, undated
  7. Box 98 Lecture VII. The Unity of the Spirit and the Invisible Church, undated
Box 99
  1. Box 99, Folder 1 Class Day Exercises program, June 8, 1875
  2. Box 99, Folder 2 Diplomas, Certificates, and Acknowledgments of Gifts, 1875-1906
  3. Box 99, Folder 3 Announcements, Programs, Invitations [mainly St. Andrews University], ca. 1890-1913
  4. Box 99, Folder 4 Announcements, Programs, Invitations, ca.1890-1913
  5. Box 99, Folder 5 Confirmation of Appointments, 1896-1899
  6. Box 99, Folder 6 Ingersoll Lecture of 1899, The Conception of Immortality. Publication announcement, 1907
  7. Box 99, Folder 7 Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the American Philosophical Association [in honor of Josiah Royce]. Program, December 1915
  8. Box 99, Folder 8 Minute on the Life and Services of Josiah Royce, November 7, 1916
  9. Box 99, Folder 9 Personal Memories of Josiah Royce by his son, Stephen Royce, ca. 1916
  10. Box 99, Folder 10 Papers in Honor of Josiah Royce on His Sixtieth Birthday, 1916
  11. Box 99, Folder 11 Philosophical and Other Works, 1881-1903
Box 100
  1. Box 100, Folder 1 St. Andrews, University of [Invitations], 1911
  2. Box 100, Folder 2 War and Insurance clippings, 1914
  3. Box 100, Folder 3 Various newspaper clippings, 1914 and undated
  4. Box 100, Folder 4 On Royce's View of Roosevelt, Josiah Royce Hall [newspaper comments], 1927, 1936
  5. Box 100, Folder 5 Royce's Autobiographical Sketch, May 27, 1898
  6. Box 100, Folder 6 Bixler, Julius. Josiah Royce -- Twenty Years After. 1936
  7. Box 100, Folder 7 Clendenning, John and Oppenheim, Frank M. New Documents on Josiah Royce. 1990
  8. Box 100, Folder 8 Clendenning, John. The Life and Thought of Josiah Royce. [Rev. ed.] 1999
  9. Box 100, Folder 9 Hine, Robert. The American West as Metaphysics: A Perspective on Josiah Royce. 1989
  10. Box 100, Folder 10 Hine, Robert. From Grass Valley to Harvard. 1992
  11. Box 100, Folder 11 Johnson, Paul E. Josiah Royce -- Theist or Pantheist? 1928
  12. Box 100, Folder 12 Leidecker, Kurt. Josiah Royce and Indian Thought. 1931
Box 101
  1. Box 101, Folder 1 MacKinnon, Malcolm D. Royce Family Tree. 2nd Edition. 1988
  2. Box 101, Folder 2 Oppenheim, Frank, S.J. A Critical Annotated Bibliography of the Published Works of Josiah Royce. 1964
  3. Box 101, Folder 3 Oppenheim, Frank, S.J. Royce's Appreciative Interest in the More Vital. 1967
  4. Box 101, Folder 4 Oppenheim, Frank, S.J. Josiah Royce as Teacher. 1975
  5. Box 101, Folder 5 Oppenheim, Frank, S.J. Josiah Royce's Intellectual Development. 1976
  6. Box 101, Folder 6 Robinson, Daniel S. Royce's Contribution to Logic. 1967
  7. Box 101, Folder 7 Robinson, Daniel S. Some Marginalia of Josiah Royce. 1969
  8. Box 101, Folder 8 Royce, Ruth. [Correspondence with Ralph Barton Perry, 1928]
  9. Box 101, Folder 9 Skrupskelis, I.K. Annotated Bibliography of the Published Works of Josiah Royce, 1969
  10. Box 101, Folder 10 Sorley, W.R. Josiah Royce. ca. 1920
  11. Box 101, Folder 11 Stacer, John R., S.J. Royceana in W.E. Hocking Library, Madison, N.H. 1967
  12. Box 101, Folder 12 The Conception of God, 1895
  13. Box 101, Folder 13 Plan for Gifford Lectures, two drafts, ca. 1897
  14. Box 101, Folder 14: Attempt at Another Statement of Kempe's Defining Laws, 1901; Kant Lectures of 1896; Notes on Wundt's Volkerpsychologie, ca. 1901-1902; On the Relation of Between and the Concept of Continuity, 1901; Permutation Groups or Substitution Groups, undated; Philosophy 15. [Seminary Notes], 1901-1902; Philosophy 1a, Plan of Discussion, 1901-1902; Psychology Lectures, undated; Revision of Gifford Lectures, July 4, 1901; Sketch of Boolean Logic, 1902; The Properties of Negation and of the Logical Zero, 1901
  15. Box 101, Folder 15 Lecture I, The Nature and the Need of Loyalty [two drafts], ca. 1907
Box 102
  1. Box 102, Folder 1 Lecture II, Individualism, ca. 1907
  2. Box 102, Folder 2 Lecture III, Loyalty to Loyalty, ca. 1907
  3. Box 102, Folder 3 Lecture IV, Conscience, ca. 1907
  4. Box 102, Folder 4 Lecture V, Some American Problems in Their Relation to Loyalty, ca. 1907
  5. Box 102, Folder 5 Lecture VI, Training for Loyalty, ca. 1907
  6. Box 102, Folder 6 Lecture VII, Loyalty, Truth, and Reality, ca. 1907
  7. Box 102, Folder 7 Lecture VIII, Loyalty and Religion, ca. 1907
  8. Box 102, Folder 8 Outline of Proposed Lowell Lectures, The Philosophy of Loyalty, [ca. 1907]
  9. Box 102, Folder 9 Manuscript. Index to the Philosophy of Loyalty, [undated]
  10. Box 102, Folder 10 The Problem of Christianity [fragmented notes, ca. 1912]
  11. Box 102, Folder 11 The Problem of Christianity. [Lectures, ca. 1913]
  12. Box 102, Folder 12 Lecture IV. Physical and Social Reality. [The World and the Individual, ca. 1907]
  13. Box 102, Folder 13 Lecture. Realism and the Individual, [undated]
  14. Box 102, Folder 14 Lectures. [Related to] Realism and Real Being. [Untitled, undated]
Box 103
  1. Box 103, Folder 1 Lecture I. The Nature and the Need of Loyalty, [undated]
  2. Box 103, Folder 2 Lecture IX [untitled].[May be related to The World and the Individual], undated
  3. Box 103, Folder 3 Loyalty [fragment], undated
  4. Box 103, Folder 4 Copies of California Documents, ca. 1880-1886
  5. Box 103, Folder 5 California. Social Conditions & Local Scenes 1849-51, ca. 1880-1886
  6. Box 103, Folder 6 California. Course of Events (1852-58). Vigilance Committee of '56, ca. 1880-1886
  7. Box 103, Folder 7 Notes on S.F. in '51, ca. 1880-1886
  8. Box 103, Folder 8 California [Notes], ca. 1892-1895
  9. Box 103, Folder 9 Philosophy, [undated]
  10. Box 103, Folder 10 Preliminary Report on Imitation, May 1895
  11. Box 103, Folder 11 The Psychology of Invention, December 28, 1897
  12. Box 103, Folder 12 Apprehension [dictionary entry, ca. 1899]
  13. Box 103, Folder 13 Recent Logical Inquiries and Their Psychological Bearings, March 1902
  14. Box 103, Folder 14 Kant's Doctrine of the Basics of Mathematics, April 13, 1905
  15. Box 103, Folder 15 The Relation of the Principles of Logic to the Foundations of Geometry, July 1905
Box 104
  1. Box 104, Folder 1 The Problem of Truth in the Light of Recent Discussion, 1908
  2. Box 104, Folder 2 The Reality of the Temporal, December 29, 1909
  3. Box 104, Folder 3 Loyalty and Insight [Address], June 22, 1910
  4. Box 104, Folder 4 Logik. [Encyclopedia of Philosophy]. Erster Band, 1912
  5. Box 104, Folder 5 An Extension of the Algebra of Logic, November 6, 1913
  6. Box 104, Folder 6 Some Psychological Problems Emphasized by Pragmatism, October 1913
  7. Box 104, Folder 7 Some Relations Between Philosophy and Science in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century in Germany, October 24, 1913
  8. Box 104, Folder 8 War and Insurance [fragment], ca. 1914
  9. Box 104, Folder 9 The Possibility of International Insurance, 1914
  10. Box 104, Folder 10 The Mechanical, the Historical and the Statistical, April 17, 1914
  11. Box 104, Folder 11 [War and Insurance]. [fragment, ca. 1914]
  12. Box 104, Folder 12 Addresses Regarding World War I, 1916
  13. Box 104, Folder 13 Hope of the Great Community, 1916
  14. Box 104, Folder 14 The Hope of the Great Community. Royce, Josiah, 1916
Box 105
  1. Box 105, Folder 1 The Hope of the Community, 1916
  2. Box 105, Folder 2 [Note fragments, undated]
  3. Box 105, Folder 3 [Unarranged fragments, accordion folder, undated]
  4. Box 105, Folder 4 [Unarranged notes, accordion folder, undated]
  5. Box 105, Folder 5 Development of Concept of Substance, [undated]
  6. Box 105, Folder 6 The Japanese Sword, novel, [undated]
  7. Box 105, Folder 7 Lecture XII. The Will to Interpret, [undated]
  8. Box 105, Folder 8 A Mechanical Philosophy, [undated]
  9. Box 105, Folder 9 Nature, Meaning, and Function of Philosophy in Life, [undated]
Box 106
  1. Box 106, Folder 1 The Social Origin of the Conception of Natural Law, ca. 1895-1916
  2. Box 106, Folder 2 Mind. [Lecture], ca. 1895-1916
  3. Box 106, Folder 3 The Philosopher, ca. 1895-1916
  4. Box 106, Folder 4 The One, the Many, and the Infinite. Supplementary Essay. [The World and the Individual], ca. 1895-1916
  5. Box 106, Folder 5 Examples from the Historical Field, ca. 1895-1916
  6. Box 106, Folder 6 [Untitled notes]. [Folder], ca. 1895-1916
  7. Box 106, Folder 7 Universal Diary [appointment notebook], ca.1899
  8. Box 106, Folder 8 [Various loose notes]. [Some titled, including William James questionnaire on Experimental Psychology], ca. 1900
  9. Box 106, Folder 9 Royce diary [cordovan leather], 1903
  10. Box 106, Folder 10 [Topics of the Indianapolis Lectures, ca. 1903]
  11. Box 106, Folder 11 [Untitled], undated
  12. Box 106, Folder 12 [Untitled], On the logic of intersections and operations with pairs and circuits. Includes Royce's remarks on an essay contest, the prize contest Coenobium No. 82, his personal verdicts on students in the contest, notebook, undated
  13. Box 106, Folder 13 [Untitled, further work in triads and Pair Operation], notebook, undated, ca. 1910
  14. Box 106, Folder 14 [Untitled, further work in the T-relation], notebook, undated
Box 107
  1. Box 107, Folder 1 [Untitled, Royce notes that pages 69 and 82 contain notable theorems], notebook, ca. 1910
  2. Box 107, Folder 2 [Untitled - Alignments], undated
  3. Box 107, Folder 3 [Untitled notebook of proofs], undated
  4. Box 107, Folder 4 Circuits Through Given Pairs (a, b) are Suitably Restricted, undated
  5. Box 107, Folder 5 Class lists for Philosophy A. Loose notes on logic, [undated]
  6. Box 107, Folder 6 Construction of Linear Sets, undated
Box 108
  1. Box 108, Folder 1 The Entity e, and Related Constructions, undated
  2. Box 108, Folder 2 Functions of Secondary Primes, the Invertible Pair Operation, undated
  3. Box 108, Folder 3 Logical Theory. [Constructions in terms of the T-relation], undated
  4. Box 108, Folder 4 Number Concept, undated
  5. Box 108, Folder 5 On p. 22 sqq. of This Book an Associated Invertible Pair Operation is Defined, undated
  6. Box 108, Folder 6 On p. 9, a New Invertible Operation, undated
  7. Box 108, Folder 7 The Order of the Results of a Part of Researches Leading Up to the Need of [ ? ] Collections on Triads, undated
Box 109
  1. Box 109, Folder 1 The Pair Operation, on p. 93 of this book a New Operation, undated
  2. Box 109, Folder 2 The Summary of the Two Invertible Pair Operations so Their Inverse is Given on p. 38 of This Book; [Royce's notes on triad theory on inside cover], notebook, undated
  3. Box 109, Folder 3 [Ultimate Reality, J.G. Gustafson, Logic notes, undated]
  4. Box 109, Folder 4 Variations of the Pair Operation, undated
  5. Box 109, Folder 5 Analogies to the Quadrilateral Construction, 1876-1877
  6. Box 109, Folder 6 Logicalia, 1892 and undated
  7. Box 109, Folder 7 Logic Notes, ca. 1895-1916
  8. Box 109, Folder 8 [Unarranged logic notes, undated]
Box 110
  1. Box 110 Pamphlets and Monographs on Logic [collected and indexed by Josiah Royce], 1893-1898
Box 111
  1. Box 111, Folder 1 [Unarranged logic notes, Harvard era, ca. 1895-1916]
  2. Box 111, Folder 2 Notes on Schroder's Vorlesungen [Algebra and Logic], On the Logic of Relatives, ca. 1904
  3. Box 111, Folder 3 Properties of Circuits in the Logical System E. [Loose notes included], ca. 1908
  4. Box 111, Folder 4 1st Book of 1909 Voyage, 1909
  5. Box 111, Folder 5 2nd Book of 1909 Voyage, 1909
  6. Box 111, Folder 6 [Untitled, referring to Book 2nd of the voyage of 1909], ca. 1909
Box 112
  1. Box 112, Folder 1 Investigation on Intersecting Circuits, 1909
  2. Box 112, Folder 2 Logic Notes notebook. November 17, 1909
  3. Box 112, Folder 3 Transformations of Linear Circuits of Logical Elements, April 1909
  4. Box 112, Folder 4 Philosophy 15, Assistant's Records, 1910-1911
  5. Box 112, Folder 5 Triads in Relation to Linear Tetrads. See [A Triad Operation and its Results], ca. 1910-1911
  6. Box 112, Folder 6 Calculations on the [General?] Pair Operations, 1912
Box 113
  1. Box 113, Folder 1 Triads derived from a given triad. In the Reverse of This Book a New Invertible Pair Operation is Contained [Triads], ca. 1912-1913
  2. Box 113, Folder 2 [Logic Notes on the reverse, Pairs]. Notes for the Hibbert Lectures [in front of notebook], 1912
  3. Box 113, Folder 2 Logic Notes on the Reverse, Pairs. [Notes for the Hibbert Lectures], 1912
  4. Box 113, Folder 3 Resultants of Triads. [Reversal of Triads]. Notebooks on Logic, May 17, 1912
  5. Box 113, Folder 4 [Transformation of Triads], [ca. 1912]
  6. Box 113, Folder 5 [Triads in the System; The Problem of Christianity], 1912
  7. Box 113, Folder 6: Notes on the Pair Operation Invertible and of the Secondary Primes and the Triad Operation, ca. after 1912; Philosophy 24, Plan, ca. after 1912; Towards a Quadrilateral Construction, ca. after 1912
  8. Box 113, Folder 7 Studies Toward an Operation on [Triads?], ca. 1913
  9. Box 113, Folder 8 [Work on Triads], 1913
Box 114
  1. Box 114, Folder 1 A Triad Operation and Its Results, ca. 1916
  2. Box 114, Folder 2 Pussy Blackie's Travels, [ca. 1863]
  3. Box 114, Folder 3 The Miner's [Lonely Lovers'] Grave, ca. 1870
  4. Box 114, Folder 4 Notebook 2. [General and miscellaneous]. Accordion folder, undated
  5. Box 114, Folder 5 [Science and other course notes, Profs. Joseph and John LeConte and Prof. Carr]. [Notebook], 1872
  6. Box 114, Folder 6 Hebrew Verbs. Notebook 3, 1874
  7. Box 114, Folder 7 Literature and general notes, 1874
  8. Box 114, Folder 8 The Aim of Poetry [ Overland Monthly ], June 1875
  9. Box 114, Folder 9 Intention of the Prometheus Bound of Aeschylus [B.A. Thesis], 1875
Box 115
  1. Box 115, Folder 1 Profs. LeConte and Rising lecture notes. [1 of 5], ca.1872-1875
  2. Box 115, Folder 2 Profs. LeConte and Rising lecture notes. [2 of 5], ca. 1872-1875
  3. Box 115, Folder 3 Profs. LeConte and Rising. General index and catalog. [3 of 5], ca. 1872-1875
  4. Box 115, Folder 4 Profs. LeConte and Rising lecture notes. [4 of 5], ca. 1872-1875
  5. Box 115, Folder 5 Prof. Rising lecture notes [Chemistry]. [5 of 5], ca. 1872-1875
Box 116
  1. Box 116, Folder 1 Newspapers: Lincoln Observer, June 1869
  2. Box 116, Folder 2 Newspapers: Neolean Review, March 1873
  3. Box 116, Folder 3 Newspapers: Neolean Review, April 1873
  4. Box 116, Folder 4 Newspapers: Neolean Review, June 1873
  5. Box 116, Folder 5 Newspapers: Neolean Review, August 1873
  6. Box 116, Folder 6 Newspapers: Neolean Review, November 1873
  7. Box 116, Folder 7 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, January 1874
  8. Box 116, Folder 8 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, February 1874
  9. Box 116, Folder 9 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, March 1874
  10. Box 116, Folder 10 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, May 1874
  11. Box 116, Folder 11 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, June 1874
  12. Box 116, Folder 12 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, July 1874
  13. Box 116, Folder 13 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, August 1874
  14. Box 116, Folder 14 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, September 1874
  15. Box 116, Folder 15 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, October 1874
  16. Box 116, Folder 16 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, December 1874
  17. Box 116, Folder 17 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, January 1875
  18. Box 116, Folder 18 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, February 1875
  19. Box 116, Folder 19 Newspapers: The Oakland Daily News, March 2, 1875
  20. Box 116, Folder 20 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, March 1875
  21. Box 116, Folder 21 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, May 1875
  22. Box 116, Folder 22 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan, June 1875
  23. Box 116, Folder 23 Newspaper. The Berkeleyan, 1878
Box 117
  1. Box 117, Folder 1 A2. [Prof.] Lotze. Metaphysik [and] Praktische Philosophie [student lecture notes], 1876
  2. Box 117, Folder 2 A3. [Prof.] Baumann. History of Ancient Philosophy. [student lecture notes], 1876
  3. Box 117, Folder 3 A4. [Prof.] Enneper. Integral Calculus. [student lecture notes], [1875-1876]
  4. Box 117, Folder 4 A5. Misc. Fragments. Analyses and Scraps, 1876
  5. Box 117, Folder 5 A6. Lectures on the Return to Kant, March 1877
Box 118
  1. Box 118, Folder 1: B3. (I) German Literature, Classic to Romantic Periods, October 1876; B3. (II) German Literature, Classic to Romantic Periods, November 1876; B3. (III) German Literature, Classic to Romantic Periods, November 1876
  2. Box 118, Folder 2 B4. (I) Hegel, History of Philosophy, October 1876
  3. Box 118, Folder 3 B4. (II) Hegel, History of Philosophy, October 1876
  4. Box 118, Folder 4 B4. (III) Hegel, History of Philosophy, ca. October 1876
  5. Box 118, Folder 5 B5. (I) Hegel, Logik, November 1876
  6. Box 118, Folder 6 B6. (I) Spinoza, Abstracts and Criticisms. Fasc. I, November 1876
  7. Box 118, Folder 7 B6. (II) Spinoza, Abstracts and Criticisms. Fasc. II. P. 41-80, November 1876
  8. Box 118, Folder 8 B8. (I) Kant, Abstracts and Criticisms [Pre-Critical Period], November 1876
  9. Box 118, Folder 9 B9. (I) Kant, Abstracts and Criticisms [Supplement], 1877
  10. Box 118, Folder 10 B10. (I) Kant, Abstracts and Criticisms [Critical Period], undated
  11. Box 118, Folder 11 B11. (I) Kant, General Comments, undated
  12. Box 118, Folder 12 B11. (II) Kant, General Comments, 1877-1878
  13. Box 118, Folder 13 B12. (I) General Notebook for Literature, Classics, Philology, and Criticism, Part I, October 1 1875
  14. Box 118, Folder 14 B12. (II) [?] New Books and Essays, General Notes on Periodic Literature, Nov. 1876
  15. Box 118, Folder 15 B13. Notes on Logic. Wundt's Lectures, 1875-76
  16. Box 118, Folder 16 B14. (I) Notes on the Theory of Knowledge, [ca. 1876-1878]
  17. Box 118, Folder 17 B15. General Notes on Mathematics, [ca. 1876-1878], and January 1882
  18. Box 118, Folder 18 Notes on the History of Philosophy, ca. 1875-1876
Box 119
  1. Box 119, Folder 1 Student notes [notebook], [ca. 1875-1876]
  2. Box 119, Folder 2 Class notes on Schopenhauer and his "Vierfache Wurzel.", Winter 1876-1877
  3. Box 119, Folder 3 Early Draft of the Introduction to Royce's Doctoral Dissertation, [ca. 1877]
  4. Box 119, Folder 4 [German] Romanticists, ca. 1876-1877
  5. Box 119, Folder 5 Growth of Indo-European Structure, ca. 1876-1877
  6. Box 119, Folder 6 Of the Interdependence of the Principles of Knowledge. [Ph.D. thesis], ca. 1878
Box 120
  1. Box 120, Folder 1 On the Origins of German Philosophy, 1876
  2. Box 120, Folder 2 Relating to Logic and the Theory of Knowledge. Notes, 1877
  3. Box 120, Folder 3 [Romantic] Literature, ca. 1876-1877
  4. Box 120, Folder 4 Schopenhauer and Other Philosophy Notes, ca. 1876-1878
  5. Box 120, Folder 5 Schopenhauer, The World and the Will, ca. 1876-1877
  6. Box 120, Folder 6 Correspondence from students, exam questions, 1891-1909 and undated
Box 121
  1. Box 121, Folder 1 A., 1891-1915
  2. Box 121, Folder 2 F. E. Abbott Controversy, 1891
  3. Box 121, Folder 3 Aberdeen, University of, 1900
  4. Box 121, Folder 4 Adler, Felix, 1891, 1906
  5. Box 121, Folder 5 Agassiz, Elizabeth C., undated
  6. Box 121, Folder 6 Angell, James, 1916
  7. Box 121, Folder 7 APA Meeting, 1915
  8. Box 121, Folder 8 D. Appleton & Co. (Ripley Hitchcock & C.W. Herrick), 1894-1920
  9. Box 121, Folder 9 Atlantic Monthly, 1909, 1913
  10. Box 121, Folder 10 B, 1891-1915
  11. Box 121, Folder 11 Baldwin, James Mark, 1893-1896
  12. Box 121, Folder 12 Bancroft, Hubert Howe, August 1, 1891
  13. Box 121, Folder 13 Bell, Alexander Graham, December 7, 1897
  14. Box 121, Folder 14 Bradley, T.H., 1900-1913
  15. Box 121, Folder 15 Bristol, Julia S., Nov. 18 1911
  16. Box 121, Folder 16 Brooklyn Institute of the Arts & Sciences (Graham Lectures), 1893-1895
  17. Box 121, Folder 17 Bross Lectures [correspondence], undated
  18. Box 121, Folder 18 Bullard, Francis, 1911 and undated
  19. Box 121, Folder 19 Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1891-1906
  20. Box 121, Folder 20 C, 1891-1906
  21. Box 121, Folder 21 R.C. & E.L. Cabot, 1891-1912
  22. Box 121, Folder 22 California Documents, 1891-1908 and undated
  23. Box 121, Folder 23 Calkins, Mary W., 1892, 1899
  24. Box 121, Folder 24 Carman, Bliss, 1891
  25. Box 121, Folder 25 Carpenter, V. Estlin, 1899-1913
  26. Box 121, Folder 26 Cattell, James McK., 1894 and undated
  27. Box 121, Folder 27 Center Foundation, December 1, 1909
  28. Box 121, Folder 28 Chapman, John Jay, 1891, 1900
  29. Box 121, Folder 29 Columbia University, 1893-1894
  30. Box 121, Folder 30 Couturat, Louis, 1905
  31. Box 121, Folder 31 J.E. Creighton and the Philosophical Review, 1893-1912
  32. Box 121, Folder 32 D, 1895-1909
  33. Box 121, Folder 33 Davidson, Thomas, 1892-1897
  34. Box 121, Folder 34 Deakin, Alfred, 1890-1891
  35. Box 121, Folder 35 Delabarre, E.B., 1897
  36. Box 121, Folder 36 Dorr Family (Mary Grayward, George, and C.H. Dorr), 1891
  37. Box 121, Folder 37 Dow, Herbert B., 1914
  38. Box 121, Folder 38 E, 1899-1912
  39. Box 121, Folder 39 Eliot, Charles W. and Peirce, J.M., 1881-1898
  40. Box 121, Folder 40 Enriquez, Federigo, 1910
  41. Box 121, Folder 41 Everett, Charles, 1895-1896
Box 122
  1. Box 122, Folder 1 F, 1891-1910
  2. Box 122, Folder 2 Fite, Warner, 1911-1912
  3. Box 122, Folder 3 Francke, Kuno, 1913, 1915, and undated
  4. Box 122, Folder 4 G, 1891-1899
  5. Box 122, Folder 5 Gardner, Henry Norman, 1901
  6. Box 122, Folder 6 Gardner, Percy, 1900
  7. Box 122, Folder 7 Gilman, Daniel Coit, 1875-1892
  8. Box 122, Folder 8 Gilman, Nicholas Paine, 1894-95 and undated
  9. Box 122, Folder 9 Gottingen, University of, 1898
  10. Box 122, Folder 10 Greeley, Andrew W., 1897-1898
  11. Box 122, Folder 11 H, 1891-ca.1910
  12. Box 122, Folder 12 Hall, G. Stanley, 1898
  13. Box 122, Folder 13 Halstead, G.B., 1885-1912
  14. Box 122, Folder 14 Hanus, Paul H., 1891-1897
  15. Box 122, Folder 15 Harris, W.T., 1891-1894
  16. Box 122, Folder 16 Hart, Albert Bushnell, 1891, 1913
  17. Box 122, Folder 17 Hastings, James, 1912
  18. Box 122, Folder 18 Hodder, Alfred, 1891
  19. Box 122, Folder 19 Hocking, W.E., 1902-1916
  20. Box 122, Folder 20 Hodgson, Richard, 1889-1893
  21. Box 122, Folder 21 Hodgson, Shadworth H., 1880-1885
  22. Box 122, Folder 22 Hoernle, A. Rudolph, 1913
  23. Box 122, Folder 23 Holmes, Oliver W., 1889-1892
  24. Box 122, Folder 24 Holt, Henry, 1891-1893
  25. Box 122, Folder 25 Homans, Amy Morris, 1891-1892
  26. Box 122, Folder 26 Houghton Mifflin, 1891-1892
  27. Box 122, Folder 27 Howison, George Holmes, 1894-1896
  28. Box 122, Folder 28 I, 1891-1895
  29. Box 122, Folder 29 J, 1891-1900
  30. Box 122, Folder 30 Jacks, Lawrence P., 1906-1916
  31. Box 122, Folder 31 James, Alice H., 1910
  32. Box 122, Folder 32 Johnson, R.U., 1890-1895
  33. Box 122, Folder 33 Jordan, David Starr, 1891-1915
  34. Box 122, Folder 34 K, 1891-1896
  35. Box 122, Folder 35 Kempe, A.B., 1905
  36. Box 122, Folder 36 Knight, William, 1899-1901
  37. Box 122, Folder 37 Kuhnemann, Eugen, 1911
  38. Box 122, Folder 38 L, 1897-1915
  39. Box 122, Folder 39 Ladd-Franklin, Christine, 1911
  40. Box 122, Folder 40 Lanman, Charles R., 1881-1893
  41. Box 122, Folder 41 Lane, William C. (enclosure from Joseph Jastrow), 1914
  42. Box 122, Folder 42 LeConte, Joseph, 1885
  43. Box 122, Folder 43 Leon, Xavier, 1897
  44. Box 122, Folder 44 Lewis, Clarence Irving, 1920
  45. Box 122, Folder 45 Lloyd, Alfred H., 1910
  46. Box 122, Folder 46 Loewenberg, Jacob, 1916
  47. Box 122, Folder 47 Longaker, Daniel, 1891
  48. Box 122, Folder 48 Longfellow, Alice M., undated
  49. Box 122, Folder 49 Lowell, A. Lawrence, 1907-1914
  50. Box 122, Folder 50 Lowell, Agnes, 1891
  51. Box 122, Folder 51 Lowell Institute, 1907
Box 123
  1. Box 123, Folder 1 M, 1891-1913
  2. Box 123, Folder 2 MacMillan, 1892-1914
  3. Box 123, Folder 3 McCosh, James, 1894
  4. Box 123, Folder 4 Marquand, Alan, 1891
  5. Box 123, Folder 5 Mead, George Herbert, 1911
  6. Box 123, Folder 6 Mezes, Sidney E., 1892
  7. Box 123, Folder 7 Miller, Dickinson S., 1901 and undated
  8. Box 123, Folder 8 Minot, Charles S., 1891
  9. Box 123, Folder 9 Moore, Edward L., 1911-1914
  10. Box 123, Folder 10 Muirhead, J. H., 1891
  11. Box 123, Folder 11 Munsterberg, Hugo, 1898
  12. Box 123, Folder 12 N, 1898, 1911
  13. Box 123, Folder 13 The Nation, 1910
  14. Box 123, Folder 14 Norton, Charles Eliot, 1894-1900
  15. Box 123, Folder 15 O, 1891, 1913
  16. Box 123, Folder 16 P, 1891-1914
  17. Box 123, Folder 17 Palmer, George H., 1892-1896
  18. Box 123, Folder 18 Peabody, Francis G., 1911-1913
  19. Box 123, Folder 19 Peirce, C.S. [Charles Sanders], 1898-1905
  20. Box 123, Folder 20 Perry, Ralph Barton, 1910
  21. Box 123, Folder 21 Problem of Christianity, 1913
  22. Box 123, Folder 22 Putnam, Elizabeth, 1891
  23. Box 123, Folder 23 Putnam, James J., 1908-1913
  24. Box 123, Folder 24 R, 1891-1916
  25. Box 123, Folder 25 Rand, Benjamin, 1891
  26. Box 123, Folder 26 Rensi, Giuseppe, 1912
  27. Box 123, Folder 27 Richards, Anna M., 1913
  28. Box 123, Folder 28 Rieber, C.H., 1914
  29. Box 123, Folder 29 Riley, J. Woodbridge, 1910
  30. Box 123, Folder 30 Robbins, Reginald C., 1911-1914
  31. Box 123, Folder 31 Robet, H., 1906
Box 124
  1. Box 124, Folder 1 S, 1891-1916
  2. Box 124, Folder 2 Santayana, George, 1892-1899
  3. Box 124, Folder 3 Savage, A.D., 1892
  4. Box 124, Folder 4 Scudder, Horace E., 1891
  5. Box 124, Folder 5 Sedgwick, W.J., 1894
  6. Box 124, Folder 6 Schiller, F.C.S., 1900-1914
  7. Box 124, Folder 7 Charles Scribner's & Sons, 1889-1891
  8. Box 124, Folder 8 Seth, James, 1891-1899
  9. Box 124, Folder 9 Shefter, Henry M., 1911
  10. Box 124, Folder 10 Sheldon, W.L., 1893-1894
  11. Box 124, Folder 11 Shinn, Millicent W., 1891
  12. Box 124, Folder 12 Sill, E.R., 1881
  13. Box 124, Folder 13 Smith, J.A., 1913
  14. Box 124, Folder 14 Sorley, W. R., 1897-1913
  15. Box 124, Folder 15 Stanley, Dorothy, 1914
  16. Box 124, Folder 16 Sterrett, J. Macbride, 1891
  17. Box 124, Folder 17 Stebbins, Horatio, 1878
  18. Box 124, Folder 18 T, 1891-1911
  19. Box 124, Folder 19 Thayer, Wm. R., 1891-1916
  20. Box 124, Folder 20 Thilly, Frank, 1909-1910
  21. Box 124, Folder 21 Thompson, Anna Boynton, 1888-1891
  22. Box 124, Folder 22 Titchener, Edward Bradford, 1909
  23. Box 124, Folder 23 Toy, Crawford Howell, 1896-1913
  24. Box 124, Folder 24 Unidentified, ca. 1896-1913
  25. Box 124, Folder 25 V, 1899
  26. Box 124, Folder 26 vaihinger, Hans, 1882
  27. Box 124, Folder 27 W, 1891-1914
  28. Box 124, Folder 28 Ward, James, 1897
  29. Box 124, Folder 29 Warner, Charles D., 1896-1897
  30. Box 124, Folder 30 Wendell, Barrett, 1892-1914
  31. Box 124, Folder 31 Weston, S. Burns, 1891
  32. Box 124, Folder 32 Whitman, Sarah W., 1891-1899
  33. Box 124, Folder 33 Woodridge, Frederick J.E., 1912
  34. Box 124, Folder 34 Woods, James H., 1911
  35. Box 124, Folder 35 The World and the Individual (Gifford Lectures), 1897 and undated
  36. Box 124, Folder 36 The World's Congress Auxiliary of the World's Columbian Exposition, 1891
  37. Box 124, Folder 37 Y, 1891
  38. Box 124, Folder 38 Yale University, 1911
  39. Box 124, Folder 39 Yerkes, Robert M., 1914
  40. Box 124, Folder 40 Correspondence about publishing and personal business matters, 1891-1914
  41. Box 124, Folder 41 Correspondence. Josiah Royce to C. H. and G. B. Dorr., 1887-1910
Box 125
  1. Box 125, Folder 1 Correspondence from Josiah Royce to family members, 1884-1916
  2. Box 125, Folder 2 Correspondence, Other, 1891-1914
  3. Box 125, Folder 3 Various correspondence to Josiah Royce, 1884-1915
  4. Box 125, Folder 4 Various original correspondence to and from Josiah Royce, 1884-1915
  5. Box 125, Folder 5 Correspondence, including copy of a letter to the mother of Jared Sparks, 1884-1915
  6. Box 125, Folder 6 Lecture notes. The Work of the Truth Seeker, ca. 1878-1882
  7. Box 125, Folder 7 Lecture III, Course, Introductory, ca. 1878-1882
  8. Box 125, Folder 8 Lecture IV, [Logic]. Psychological Experimentation, [ca. 1878?]
  9. Box 125, Folder 9 Index. A-M (first half). Summary of essay on the "Theory of Truth," undated
Box 126
  1. Box 126, Folder 1 Index. N-V. Special Questions Selected. Kant's Transcendental Aesthetic and the Cosmology Problem. Thought Diary, undated
  2. Box 126, Folder 2 Lecture notes. Pessimism and Modern Thought, 1881
  3. Box 126, Folder 3 Outlines for University Extension Course Lectures on Ethics, undated
  4. Box 126, Folder 4 Lecture II. The Idea of Duty, undated
  5. Box 126, Folder 5 Philosophy 4, 1882-1883
  6. Box 126, Folder 6 Thesis notes for students in Philosophy 4, ca. 1883-1884
  7. Box 126, Folder 7 Notes on Kant. Graduate Course, October 1887
  8. Box 126, Folder 8 Cosmology. General Outlines. Notebook 1, 1890-1891
  9. Box 126, Folder 9 Cosmology. Expositions for Lectures. Notebook II, 1890-1891
  10. Box 126, Folder 10 Cosmology, 1892-1893
  11. Box 126, Folder 11 Notes on Introduction to Philosophy, 1892-1893, 1895-1896
  12. Box 126, Folder 12 Notes on the History of Modern Psychology, 1893
Box 127
  1. Box 127, Folder 1 Notebook. Lectures on Ethical Ideals in Relation to Society, undated
  2. Box 127, Folder 2 Lecture IV, undated
  3. Box 127, Folder 3 Guide for Thesis Work in Philosophy 4, ca. 1882-1883
  4. Box 127, Folder 4 Philosophy 3 Class Roll and Notes. Philosophy 13 Class Roll. Notes on Spinoza. Notes on Spencer. Student grades. California Notes [fragmentary], ca. 1886-1887
  5. Box 127, Folder 5 Kant Lectures, 1888-1889
Box 128 (10 cards)
  1. Box 128 (10 cards) Psychology. Philosophy. [Two groups of cards], ca. 1892-1895
Box 128 (118 cards)
  1. Box 128 (118 cards) Progress, Philosophic, undated
Box 129
  1. Box 129, Folder 1 Student Gradebook, ca. 1892-1895
  2. Box 129, Folder 2 Philosophy 12 (First Half), ca. 1892-1895
  3. Box 129, Folder 3 Hegel's Phaenomenologie. Lecture Course of 1889-1890, 1889-1890
  4. Box 129, Folder 4 Lecture III. Religious Philosophy. Philosophy Notes, ca. 1892-1895
  5. Box 129, Folder 5 Notes of System of Philosophy 1888. Theism Course of 1884 [fragments of notes], 1884, 1888
  6. Box 129, Folder 6 Notes on the Vocabulary of Hegel, ca. 1892-1895
  7. Box 129, Folder 7 Bunyan, ca. 1892-1895
  8. Box 129, Folder 8 Psychology Notes, 1891
  9. Box 129, Folder 9 Notes on Metaphysics, ca. 1892-1895
  10. Box 129, Folder 10 Devices for Holding the Rhythm, ca. 1892-1895
  11. Box 129, Folder 11 Notes and letters. [Includes correspondence about arrangement of Royce materials], 1895-1904 and undated
  12. Box 129, Folder 12 Ph.D. Reform [5c?]. Powers of Division Comm., ca. 1891
  13. Box 129, Folder 13 Examination Work of Benjamin Rand [Exam schedule and questions], 1891-1897
  14. Box 129, Folder 14 Outlines of a System of Philosophy, ca. 1895
  15. Box 129, Folder 15 Royce's Argument for the Absolute, 1899
  16. Box 129, Folder 16 Philosophy 15, Plans, 1903
  17. Box 129, Folder 17 Philosophy 9, Metaph[ysics], 1906-1907
  18. Box 129, Folder 18 Diary of Seminaries for Philosophy 20F Methods, and for Philosophy 20c Logic, Philosophy C Elementary Logic, 1906-1910
  19. Box 129, Folder 19 [Untitled notes in two groups], ca. 1895-1916
  20. Box 129, Folder 20: Philosophy 20c, Class List and Records, 1904-1905; Philosophy 20c, Plan, 1904-1905; Philosophy 15. Logic, Advanced. 1903-1904, 1903-1904
  21. Box 129, Folder 21 Philosophy 9. Grade Sheet, 1906-1907
  22. Box 129, Folder 22 Philosophy 9. [Notebook and class lists], 1908-1909
  23. Box 129, Folder 23 Philosophy 2. Logic and Psychology, undated
Box 130
  1. Box 130, Folder 1 Philosophy 15, 1908-1909
  2. Box 130, Folder 2 Philosophy 20c, Seminary, 1911-1912
  3. Box 130, Folder 3 [Exam questions and other notes], ca. 1900-1907
  4. Box 130, Folder 4 [Untitled notebook with alphabetical tabs], ca. 1895-1916
  5. Box 130, Folder 5 Committee on Normal Course, ca. 1892-1895
  6. Box 130, Folder 6 Diary, 1901
  7. Box 130, Folder 7 Correspondence from Royce students regarding publication of Harry T. Costello notebook by Rutgers University Press [Grover Smith, Ed.], 1956-1961
  8. Box 130, Folder 8 Letters to the faculty at Harvard's philosophy department, 1896-1898
  9. Box 130, Folder 9 Assignments of Royce students and correspondence, 1904-1905 and undated
Box 131
  1. Box 131, Folder 1 Seminary in Comparative Methodology, notes of Harry T. Costello, 1913-1914
  2. Box 131, Folder 2 Ethics manuscript by Rome G. Brown, undated
  3. Box 131, Folder 3 Josiah Royce [Sr.] 1812-1888
  4. Box 131, Folder 4 Rochester, New York 1845-1848
  5. Box 131, Folder 5 Iowa to California 1849 April-October
  6. Box 131, Folder 6 Placerville, Weaverville, Mississippi Bar, [CA] undated
  7. Box 131, Folder 7 Another Josiah Royce? 1850, 1858, 1969
  8. Box 131, Folder 8 Contra Costa County,1852
  9. Box 131, Folder 9 Auburn, California ca. 1855 and undated
  10. Box 131, Folder 10 Grass Valley, California undated
  11. Box 131, Folder 11 Nevada 1962-1965
  12. Box 131, Folder 12 San Francisco 1865-1870
  13. Box 131, Folder 13 Los Gatos ca. 1881-1888
  14. Box 131, Folder 14 San Jose 1889-1891
  15. Box 131, Folder 15 Mary E. Royce ca. 1865-1914
  16. Box 131, Folder 16 Ruth Royce ca. 1900-1930
  17. Box 131, Folder 17 Harriet Royce [Barney] 1975 and undated
  18. Box 131, Folder 18 Other Royces ca. 1840-1865 and 1970
  19. Box 131, Folder 19 [Loose material] [1 of 5] 1979-1985 and undated
  20. Box 131, Folder 20 [Loose material] [2 of 5] 1858-1859 and undated
  21. Box 131, Folder 21 [Loose material] [3 of 5] 1976 and 1997 and undated
  22. Box 131, Folder 22 [Loose material] [4 of 5] 1954-1972 and undated
  23. Box 131, Folder 23 [Loose material] [5 of 5] Reese River Reveille school newspaper 1976
  24. Box 131, Folder 24 Oakland 1873-1881
Box 132
  1. Box 132, Folder 1 Ingraham [England], undated
  2. Box 132, Folder 2 Ingraham, Massachusetts and Connecticut 1964, 1968 and undated
  3. Box 132, Folder 3 Henry Ingraham and wife Lydia Dowse 17th and 18th centuries, undated
  4. Box 132, Folder 4 John Ingraham and wife Sarah Smith 17th and 18th centuries, undated
  5. Box 132, Folder 5 John Ingraham II and wife Lydia Bruce 18th century 1750 and 1969
  6. Box 132, Folder 6 Other Ingrahams in Massachusetts and Connecticut, 18th-20th centuries, undated
  7. Box 132, Folder 7 John Ingraham III and wife Elizabeth Coit 1767, 1968 and undated
  8. Box 132, Folder 8 Knox County, Lincoln County, Maine 1820-1880 and ca. 1968
  9. Box 132, Folder 9 John Ingraham IV and wife Catherine 1774 and undated
  10. Box 132, Folder 10 John Ingraham and wife Nancy McKown, ca. 1750 and undated
  11. Box 132, Folder 11 Joseph Z. Ingraham ca. 1860, 1962 and undated
  12. Box 132, Folder 12 Research 1957, 1965 and undated
  13. Box 132, Folder 13 [Loose material] Ingraham ca. 1860 [1 of 3], 1760 and undated
  14. Box 132, Folder 14 [Loose material] Ingraham [2 of 3], 1960 and undated
  15. Box 132, Folder 15 [Loose material] Ingraham [3 of 3], 1969
  16. Box 132, Folder 16 Rees and Reid genealogies 1880 and undated
  17. Box 132, Folder 17 Charlton 1850
  18. Box 132, Folder 18 Davis undated
  19. Box 132, Folder 19 Harbison, 1880
  20. Box 132, Folder 20 Learned, 1968
  21. Box 132, Folder 21 Pocahantas, 1969 and undated
  22. Box 132, Folder 22 Rees, 1979 and undated
  23. Box 132, Folder 23 Reid, 1979 and undated
  24. Box 132, Folder 24 Thurman, ca. 1850 -1910
  25. Box 132, Folder 25 [Loose material], 1981 and undated
Box 133
  1. Box 133, Folder 1 Bearce, Potter, Fulton, Riley, and Corres, 1976-1977 and undated
  2. Box 133, Folder 2 Kanouse 1978 and undated
  3. Box 133, Folder 3 Hitchcock 1978 and undated
  4. Box 133, Folder 4 Brazier family, Indiana 1969
  5. Box 133, Folder 5 Correspondence, Nancy Hacker, 1967-1983
  6. Box 133, Folder 6 Pennsylvania 1966, 1975
  7. Box 133, Folder 7 Illinois [Brazier], undated
  8. Box 133, Folder 8 Maryland, undated
  9. Box 133, Folder 9 New York, undated
  10. Box 133, Folder 10 Ohio 1977-1980
  11. Box 133, Folder 11 [Loose material], undated
  12. Box 133, Folder 12 Royce and Compton families, undated
Box 134
  1. Box 134, Folder 1-6 [Date unidentified]
  2. Box 134, Folder 7 1862-1869
  3. Box 134, Folder 8 1870-1879
  4. Box 134, Folder 9 1880
Box 135
  1. Box 135, Folder 1 1881-1884
  2. Box 135, Folder 2 1885-1890
  3. Box 135, Folder 3 1891-1899
  4. Box 135, Folder 4 1900
  5. Box 135, Folder 5 1901
  6. Box 135, Folder 6 1902-1903
  7. Box 135, Folder 7 1904-1905
  8. Box 135, Folder 8 1906-1910
Box 136
  1. Box 136, Folder 1 1911-1912
  2. Box 136, Folder 2 1913
  3. Box 136, Folder 3 1914
  4. Box 136, Folder 4 1915 January-May
  5. Box 136, Folder 5 1915 June-September
  6. Box 136, Folder 6 1915 October-December
Box 137
  1. Box 137, Folder 1 1916 January-March
  2. Box 137, Folder 2 1916 April-June
  3. Box 137, Folder 3 1916 July-December
  4. Box 137, Folder 4 1917-1919
  5. Box 137, Folder 5 1920 January-March
  6. Box 137, Folder 6 1920 April-May
  7. Box 137, Folder 7 1920 June-December
Box 138
  1. Box 138, Folder 1 1921-1924
  2. Box 138, Folder 2 1925-1929
  3. Box 138, Folder 3 1930-1939
  4. Box 138, Folder 4 1940-1944
Box 139
  1. Box 139, Folder 1 Royce, Christopher [about], 1891 and undated
  2. Box 139, Folder 2 Correspondence to and from Katharine Head Royce [not family], 1900-1938
  3. Box 139, Folder 3 Correspondence to Stephen Royce, 1899-1925
  4. Box 139, Folder 4 Unidentified correspondence, 1892-1914 and undated
  5. Box 139, Folder 5 Josiah Royce's Bible, January 1869
Box 140
  1. Box 140, Folder 1 Obituaries and memoria related to Edward F. Head (father-in-law of Josiah Royce), ca. 1896
  2. Box 140, Folder 2 Obituary for Christopher Royce, ca. 1910
  3. Box 140, Folder 3 Apron pattern, 1848
  4. Box 140, Folder 4 Native American twined/net pouch, ca. 1849
  5. Box 140, Folder 5 Diary [author unidentified, but probably Sarah Bayliss Royce], ca. 1855-1860
  6. Box 140, Folder 6 Books belonging to Christopher Royce, Book of Common Prayer, and Mlle. de la Segliere, 1891, 1904
  7. Box 140, Folder 7 Standard diary, ca. 1899
  8. Box 140, Folder 8 Calendar (Daily Reminder), 1900
  9. Box 140, Folder 9: Drink and the Devil [by Edward Royce] Harvard Monthly, Christmas 1904, 1904; The Age of Anne [by Edward Royce] Harvard Monthly, Christmas 1905, 1905
Box 141
  1. Box 141, Folder 1 Journey Across the Plains [A Frontier Lady], ca. 1932
  2. Box 141, Folder 2 The Problems of Science, 1914
  3. Box 141, Folder 3 The Problems of Science, 1914
  4. Box 141, Folder 4 The Problems of Science, 1914
Box 142
  1. Box 142, Folder 1 The Romance of a Princess, ca. 1910
  2. Box 142, Folder 2 Loewenberg Checklist, undated
  3. Box 142, Folder 3 Loewenberg list: Loewenberg list: his compilation of Royce's work, plus Rand's shipping list, ca. 1920, and two lists by Hocking 1929-1930, 1930
  4. Box 142, Folder 4 Box A Finding Aid [Indices], undated
  5. Box 142, Folder 5 Box B Finding Aid, 1875-1876
  6. Box 142, Folder 6 Box C Finding Aid, Fall-Summer 1878
  7. Box 142, Folder 7 Box D Finding Aid, Fall 1878-Summer 1882
  8. Box 142, Folder 8 Box E Finding Aid, Fall 1882-Summer 1895
  9. Box 142, Folder 9 Box F Finding Aid, Fall 1895 -- Fall 1916
  10. Box 142, Folder 10 Box G Finding Aid, undated
  11. Box 142, Folder 11 Box H Finding Aid, undated
Box 143: Oversized materials
  1. Box 143, Folder 1 Various newspaper clippings, 1914 and undated
  2. Box 143, Folder 2 [Untitled manuscript] "Fairytales, the Greeks..." ca. 1872
  3. Box 143, Folder 3 Truth in Art by Aleph, 1875
  4. Box 143, Folder 4 History of German Philosophy Since Leibnitz. Strumpfel. Winter Semester, 1875-1876
  5. Box 143, Folder 5 Logic and Nature Research, Winter Semester, 1875-1876
  6. Box 143, Folder 6 Royce and Compton families, undated
  7. Box 143, Folder 7 Correspondence to and from Katharine Head Royce [not family], 1900-1938
  8. Box 143, Folder 8 Obituaries and memoria related to Edward F. Head (father-in-law of Josiah Royce), ca. 1896
Boxes 144-151
  1. Photographs
Box 152
  1. Box 152, Sleeve 1 [Trees, landscapes, ca. 1910]
  2. Box 152, Sleeve 2 [Possibly from Stephen Royce as a mining geological engineer; mining landscapes, ca. 1910]
  3. Box 152, Sleeve 3 [Mining landscapes; unidentified worker, ca. 1910]
  4. Box 152, Sleeve 4 [Trees, landscapes, ca. 1910]
  5. Box 152, Sleeve 5 [Trees, landscapes, ca. 1910]
  6. Box 152, Sleeve 6 [Trees, landscapes; road, ca. 1910]
  7. Box 152, Sleeve 7 [Unidentified workers, mining landscapes, ca. 1910]
  8. Box 152, Sleeve 8 [Unidentified people in early 20th century attire; boater on lake or river; hotel or residence, ca. 1910]
  9. Box 152, Sleeve 9 [Unidentified people in early 20th century attire; trees, landscapes, ca. 1910]
  10. Box 152, Sleeve 10 [Houses; trees, landscapes, ca. 1910]
Box 154 : Negative microfilm
  1. Box 154, HUG 1755.5.3 mfN Class Day Exercises program, June 8, 1875
  2. Box 154, HUG 1755.5.5.3 mfN Royce microfilm of newspapers, undated
  3. Box 154, HUG 1755.5.5 mfN Pittsburgh Lectures, [1910]
  4. Box 154, HUG 1755.3.4 mfN Logic Notes notebook. November 17, 1909
  5. Box 154, HUG 1755.3.4 mfN Logicalia, 1892 and undated
  6. Box 154, HUG 1755.5.1 mfN Cosmology, 1892-1893
  7. Box 154, HUG 1755.5.1 mfN Cosmology. Expositions for Lectures. Notebook II, 1890-1891
  8. Box 154, HUG 1755.5.1 mfN Cosmology. General Outlines. Notebook 1, 1890-1891
  9. Box 154, HUG 1755.5 mfN Ethical ideals in relation to society, undated
  10. Box 154, HUG 1755.5.5.2 mfN Negative microfilm of Royce shelf list, undated
Boxes 155-156
  1. Photographs
Superseded call numbers The call number for all material in the Royce collection is now HUG 1755. To assist researchers in identifying materials noted in previous citations, the list below provides references from obsolete call numbers to new box and folder numbers. Please do not use these superseded call numbers in current citations.
Formerly HUG 1755 General Folder
  1. See Box 129, Folder 11. Notes and letters. [Includes correspondence about arrangement of Royce materials], 1895-1904 and undated
Formerly HUG 1755.3.1 Diaries, notebooks, and other papers, ca. 1869-1914
  1. HUG 1755. 3. 1 Announcements, Programs, Invitations [mainly St. Andrews University], ca. 1890-1913 See Box 99, Folder 3
  2. HUG 1755. 3. 1 Announcements, Programs, Invitations, ca.1890-1913 See Box 99, Folder 4
  3. HUG 1755. 3. 1 California. Course of Events (1852-58). Vigilance Committee of '56, ca. 1880-1886 See Box 103, Folder 6
  4. HUG 1755. 3. 1 California. Social Conditions & Local Scenes 1849-51, ca. 1880-1886 See Box 103, Folder 5
  5. HUG 1755. 3. 1 Confirmation of Appointments, 1896-1899 See Box 99, Folder 5
  6. HUG 1755. 3. 1 Copies of California Documents, ca. 1880-1886 See Box 103, Folder 4
  7. HUG 1755. 3. 1 Diplomas, Certificates, and Acknowledgments of Gifts, 1875-1906 See Box 99, Folder 2
  8. HUG 1755. 3. 1 Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the American Philosophical Association [in honor of Josiah Royce]. Program, December 1915 See Box 99, Folder 7
  9. HUG 1755. 3. 1 Ingersoll Lecture of 1899, The Conception of Immortality. Publication announcement, 1907 See Box 99, Folder 6
  10. HUG 1755. 3. 1 Josiah Royce's Bible, January 1869 See Box 139, Folder 5
  11. HUG 1755. 3. 1 Notes on S.F. in '51, ca. 1880-1886 See Box 103, Folder 7
  12. HUG 1755. 3. 1 Ph.D. Reform [5c?]. Powers of Division Comm., ca. 1891 See Box 129, Folder 12
  13. HUG 1755. 3. 1 Royce diary [cordovan leather], 1903 See Box 106, Folder 9
  14. HUG 1755. 3. 1 Universal Diary [appointment notebook], ca.1899 See Box 106, Folder 7
Formerly HUG 1755.3.2 Letters from Josiah Royce to family members and others
  1. This material was combined with HUG 1755.3.3 (Incoming correspondence to Josiah Royce, ca. 1876-1916) and re-organized. See Alphabetical Correspondence in Boxes 121-129 and Royce Family Correspondence in Boxes 138-139.
Formerly HUG 1755.3.3 Incoming correspondence to Josiah Royce, ca. 1876-1916
  1. This material was combined with HUG 1755.3.2 (Letters from Josiah Royce to family members and others) and re-organized. See Alphabetical Correspondence in Boxes 121-129 and Royce Family Correspondence in Boxes 138-139.
Formerly HUG 1755.3.4 Manuscripts, 1886; 1909; undated
  1. HUG 1755. 3. 4 [Note fragments, undated] See Box 105, Folder 2
  2. HUG 1755. 3. 4 A Mechanical Philosophy, [undated] See Box 105, Folder 8
  3. HUG 1755. 3. 4 Development of Concept of Substance, [undated] See Box 105, Folder 5
  4. HUG 1755. 3. 4 Logic Notes notebook. November 17, 1909, See Box 112, Folder 2
  5. HUG 1755. 3. 4 Logicalia, 1892 and undated See Box 109, Folder 8
  6. HUG 1755. 3. 4 Nature, Meaning, and Function of Philosophy in Life, [undated] See Box 105, Folder 9
  7. HUG 1755. 3. 4 Royce Autobiographical Sketch, May 27,1898. See Box 100, Folder 5
  8. HUG 1755. 3. 4 The Japanese Sword, novel, [undated] See Box 105, Folder 6
  9. HUG 1755. 3. 4 The Problem of Christianity. [Lectures, ca. 1913] See Box 102, Folder 11
Formerly HUG 1755.3.4 mFN Negative microfilm of Logicalia and Logic Notes
  1. See Box 154 (not available for research)
Formerly HUG 1755.3.5 Published works, ca. 1895-1916
  1. HUG 1755. 3. 5 An Extension of the Algebra of Logic, November 6, 1913 See Box 104, Folder 5
  2. HUG 1755. 3. 5 Apprehension [dictionary entry, ca. 1899] See Box 103, Folder 12
  3. HUG 1755. 3. 5 Hope of the Great Community, 1916 See Box 104, Folder 13
  4. HUG 1755. 3. 5 Kant's Doctrine of the Basics of Mathematics, April 13, 1905 See Box 103, Folder 14
  5. HUG 1755. 3. 5 Philosophy, [undated] See Box 103, Folder 9
  6. HUG 1755. 3. 5 Preliminary Report on Imitation, May 1895 See Box 103, Folder 10
  7. HUG 1755. 3. 5 Recent Logical Inquiries and Their Psychological Bearings, March 1902 See Box 103, Folder 13
  8. HUG 1755. 3. 5 Some Psychological Problems Emphasized by Pragmatism, October 1913 See Box 104, Folder 6
  9. HUG 1755. 3. 5 Some Relations Between Philosophy and Science in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century in Germany, October 24, 1913 See Box 104, Folder 7
  10. HUG 1755. 3. 5 The Conception of God, 1895 See Box 101, Folder 12
  11. HUG 1755. 3. 5 The Mechanical, the Historical and the Statistical, April 17, 1914 See Box 104, Folder 10
  12. HUG 1755. 3. 5 The Problem of Truth in the Light of Recent Discussion, 1908 See Box 104, Folder 1
  13. HUG 1755. 3. 5 The Psychology of Invention, December 28, 1897 See Box 103, Folder 11
  14. HUG 1755. 3. 5 The Reality of the Temporal, December 29, 1909 See Box 104, Folder 2
  15. HUG 1755. 3. 5 The Relation of the Principles of Logic to the Foundations of Geometry, July 1905 See Box 103, Folder 15
Formerly HUG 1755.3.6 Newspaper clippings, ca. 1885-1936
  1. HUG 1755. 3. 6 [War and Insurance fragment, ca. 1914] See Box 104, Folder 11
  2. HUG 1755. 3. 6 On Royce's View of Roosevelt, Josiah Royce Hall [newspaper comments] 1927, 1936 See Box 100, Folder 4
  3. HUG 1755. 3. 6 Philosophical and Other Works 1881-1903 See Box 99, Folder 11
  4. HUG 1755. 3. 6 Various newspaper clippings 1914 and undated See Box 100, Folder 3
  5. HUG 1755. 3. 6 War and Insurance [fragment], ca. 1914 See Box 104, Folder 8
  6. HUG 1755. 3. 6 War and Insurance clippings, 1914 See Box 100, Folder 2
Formerly HUG 1755.3.7 Memorials on Josiah Royce, 1916; undated
  1. HUG 1755. 3. 7 Personal Memories of Josiah Royce by his son, Stephen Royce ca. 1916 See Box 99, Folder 9
  2. HUG 1755. 3. 7 Minute on the Life and Services of Josiah Royce November 7, 1916 See Box 99, Folder 8
Formerly HUG 1755.3.8 Correspondence of the Royce and Head families, ca. 1862-1944
  1. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1862-1869, See Box 134, Folder 7
  2. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1870-1879, See Box 134, Folder 8
  3. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1880 See Box 134, Folder 9
  4. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1881-1884 See Box 135, Folder 1
  5. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1885-1890 See Box 135, Folder 2
  6. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1891-1899 See Box 135, Folder 3
  7. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1900 See Box 135, Folder 4
  8. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1901 See Box 135, Folder 5
  9. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1902-1903 See Box 135, Folder 6
  10. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1904-1905 See Box 135, Folder 7
  11. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1906-1910 See Box 135, Folder 8
  12. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1911-1912 See Box 136, Folder 1
  13. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1913 See Box 136, Folder 2
  14. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1914 See Box 136, Folder 3
  15. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1915 January-May See Box 136, Folder 4
  16. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1915 June-September See Box 136, Folder 5
  17. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1915 October-December See Box 136, Folder 6
  18. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1916 April-June See Box 137, Folder 2
  19. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1916 January-March See Box 137, Folder 1
  20. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1916 July-December See Box 137, Folder 3
  21. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1917-1919 See Box 137, Folder 4
  22. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1920 April-May See Box 137, Folder 6
  23. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1920 January-March See Box 137, Folder 5
  24. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1920 June-December See Box 137, Folder 7
  25. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1921-1924 See Box 138, Folder 1
  26. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1925-1929 See Box 138, Folder 2
  27. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1930-1939 See Box 138, Folder 3
  28. HUG 1755. 3. 8 1940-1944 See Box 138, Folder 4
  29. HUG 1755. 3. 8 Correspondence to and from Katharine Head Royce [not family], 1900-1938 See Box 139, Folder 2 and Box 143, Folder 7
  30. HUG 1755. 3. 8 Correspondence to Stephen Royce, 1899-1925 See Box 139, Folder 3
  31. HUG 1755. 3. 8 Unidentified correspondence, 1892-1914 and undated See Box 139, Folder 4
Formerly HUG 1755.3.9 Miscellaneous papers of Royce Family, ca. 1855-1930
  1. HUG 1755. 3. 9 Books belonging to Christopher Royce, Book of Common Prayer, and Mlle. de la Segliere, 1891, 1904 See Box 140, Folder 6
  2. HUG 1755. 3. 9 Diary [author unidentified, but probably Sarah Bayliss Royce], ca. 1855-1860 See Box 140, Folder 5
  3. HUG 1755. 3. 9 Drink and the Devil [by Edward Royce] Harvard Monthly, Christmas 1904, 1904 See Box 140, Folder 9
  4. HUG 1755. 3. 9 Ethics manuscript by Rome G. Brown, undated See Box 131, Folder 2
  5. HUG 1755. 3. 9 Examination Work of Benjamin Rand [Exam schedule and questions], 1891-1897 See Box 129, Folder 13
  6. HUG 1755. 3. 9 Letters to Harvard Faculty in Philosophy Dept., not to Royce, 1896-1898 See Box 130, Folder 8
  7. HUG 1755. 3. 9 Obituaries and memoria related to Edward F. Head (Father-in-law of Josiah Royce), ca. 1896 See Box 140, Folder 1
  8. HUG 1755. 3. 9 Obituaries and memoria related to Edward F. Head (Father-in-law of Josiah Royce), ca. 1896 See Box 143, Folder 8
  9. HUG 1755. 3. 9 Obituary for Christopher Royce, ca. 1910 See Box 140, Folder 2
  10. HUG 1755. 3. 9 The Age of Anne [by Edward Royce] Harvard Monthly, Christmas 1905, 1905 See Box 140, Folder 9
Formerly HUG 1755.3.10 Manuscripts and diaries of Katherine Head Royce, 1899; 1900; 1913; undated
  1. HUG 1755. 3.10 The Romance of a Princess, ca. 1910 See Box 142, Folder 1
  2. HUG 1755. 3.10 Standard diary, ca. 1899 See Box 140, Folder 7
  3. HUG 1755. 3.10 Calendar (Daily Reminder), 1900 See Box 140, Folder 8
Formerly HUG 1755.3.11 Photographs
  1. See Photographs series in inventory for box numbers of photographic materials
Formerly HUG 1755.3.12 Photograph negatives
  1. See Photographs series in inventory for box numbers of photographic materials
Formerly HUG 1755.5 Papers including notes, lectures, manuscripts of articles, a few letters, etc. (includes most of Royce's manuscript writings)
  1. Formerly HUG 1755.5 Volumes 1-98L HUG 1755.5 Volumes 1-98 are now housed individually by volume. The new box number corresponds to the volume number (e.g. HUG 1755.5 Volume 1, See Box 1 Volume 1; Volume 2, See Box 2 Volume 2, etc.).
  2. HUG 1755.5 Box A (sometimes referred to as Box 50)
  3. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Pussy Blackie's Travels, [ca. 1863] See Box 114, Folder 2
  4. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Notebook 2. [General and miscellaneous]. Accordion folder, undated See Box 114, Folder 4
  5. HUG 1755. 5, Box A [Science and other course notes, Profs. Joseph and John LeConte and Prof. Carr]. [Notebook], 1872 See Box 114, Folder 5
  6. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Hebrew Verbs. Notebook 3, 1874 See Box 114, Folder 6
  7. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Literature and general notes, 1874 See Box 114, Folder 7
  8. HUG 1755. 5, Box A The Aim of Poetry [ Overland Monthly ], June 1875 See Box 114, Folder 8
  9. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Profs. LeConte and Rising lecture notes. [1 of 5], ca.1872-1875 See Box 115, Folder 1
  10. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Profs. LeConte and Rising lecture notes. [2 of 5], ca. 1872-1875 See Box 115, Folder 2
  11. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Profs. LeConte and Rising. General index and catalog. [3 of 5], ca. 1872-1875 See Box 115, Folder 3
  12. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Profs. LeConte and Rising lecture notes. [4 of 5], ca. 1872-1875 See Box 115, Folder 4
  13. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Profs. Rising lecture notes [Chemistry]. [5 of 5], ca. 1872-1875 See Box 115, Folder 5
  14. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Loewenberg list: Loewenberg list: his compilation of Royce's work, plus Rand's shipping list, ca. 1920, and two lists by Hocking 1929-1930, 1930 See Box 142, Folder 3
  15. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Box A Finding Aid [Indices], undated See Box 142, Folder 4
  16. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Truth in Art by Aleph, 1875 See Box 143, Folder 3
  17. HUG 1755. 5, Box A Logic and Nature Research, Winter Semester, 1875-1876 See Box 143, Folder 5
  18. HUG 1755.5 Box A-1 (sometimes referred to as Box 51)
  19. HUG 1755. 5, Box A-1 Class Day Exercises program, June 8, 1875 See Box 99, Folder 1
  20. HUG 1755. 5, Box A-1 Newspapers: The Berkeleyan See Box 116
  21. HUG 1755. 5, Box A-1 Newspapers: Lincoln Observer See Box 116
  22. HUG 1755. 5, Box A-1 Newspapers: Neolean Review See Box 116
  23. HUG 1755. 5, Box A-1 Newspapers: The Oakland Daily News See Box 116
  24. HUG 1755.5 Box B (sometimes referred to as Box 52)
  25. HUG 1755. 5, Box B A2. [Prof.] Lotze. Metaphysik [and] Praktische Philosophie [student lecture notes], 1876 See Box 117, Folder 1
  26. HUG 1755. 5, Box B A3. [Prof.] Baumann. History of Ancient Philosophy. [student lecture notes], 1876 See Box 117, Folder 2
  27. HUG 1755. 5, Box B A4. [Prof.] Enneper. Integral Calculus. [student lecture notes], [1875-1876 ] See Box 117, Folder 3
  28. HUG 1755. 5, Box B B12 (II) [?]. New Books and Essays, General Notes on Periodic Literature, Nov. 1876 See Box 118, Folder 14
  29. HUG 1755. 5, Box B B12. (I). General Notebook for Literature, Classics, Philology, and Criticism, Part I, October 1 1875 See Box 118, Folder 13
  30. HUG 1755. 5, Box B B13. Notes on Logic. Wundt's Lectures, 1875-76 See Box 118, Folder 15
  31. HUG 1755. 5, Box B Box B Finding Aid, 1875-1876 See Box 142, Folder 5
  32. HUG 1755. 5, Box B History of German Philosophy Since Leibnitz. Strumpfel. Winter Semester, 1875-1876 See Box 143, Folder 4
  33. HUG 1755. 5, Box B Logic and Nature Research, Winter Semester, 1875-1876 See Box 143, Folder 4
  34. HUG 1755. 5, Box B Notes on the History of Philosophy, ca. 1875-1876 See Box 118, Folder 18
  35. HUG 1755. 5, Box B Student notes [notebook], [ca. 1875-1876] See Box 119, Folder 1
  36. HUG 1755.5, Box C
  37. HUG 1755. 5, Box C [German] Romanticists, ca. 1876-1877 See Box 119, Folder 4
  38. HUG 1755. 5, Box C [Romantic] Literature, ca. 1876-1877 See Box 120, Folder 3
  39. HUG 1755. 5, Box C A6. Lectures on the Return to Kant, March 1877 See Box 117, Folder 5
  40. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B10 (I). Kant, Abstracts and Criticisms [Critical Period], undated See Box 118, Folder 10
  41. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B11 (I). Kant, General Comments, undated See Box 118, Folder 11
  42. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B11 (II). Kant, General Comments, 1877-1878 See Box 118, Folder 12
  43. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B14 (I). Notes on the Theory of Knowledge, [ca. 1876-1878] See Box 118, Folder 16
  44. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B15. General Notes on Mathematics, [ca. 1876-1878], and January 1882 See Box 118, Folder 17
  45. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B3 (I). German Literature, Classic to Romantic Periods, October 1876 See Box 118, Folder 1
  46. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B3 (II). German Literature, Classic to Romantic Periods, November 1876 See Box 118, Folder 1
  47. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B3 (III). German Literature, Classic to Romantic Periods, November 1876 See Box 118, Folder 1
  48. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B4 (I). Hegel, History of Philosophy, October 1876 See Box 118, Folder 2
  49. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B4 (II). Hegel, History of Philosophy, October 1876 See Box 118, Folder 3
  50. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B4 (III). Hegel, History of Philosophy, ca. October 1876 See Box 118, Folder 4
  51. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B5 (I). Hegel, Logik, November 1876 See Box 118, Folder 5
  52. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B6 (I). Spinoza, Abstracts and Criticisms. Fasc. I, November 1876 See Box 118, Folder 6
  53. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B6 (II). Spinoza, Abstracts and Criticisms. Fasc. II. P. 41-80, November 1876 See Box 118, Folder 7
  54. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B8 (I). Kant, Abstracts and Criticisms [Pre-Critical Period], November 1876 See Box 118, Folder 8
  55. HUG 1755. 5, Box C B9 (I). Kant, Abstracts and Criticisms [Supplement], 1877 See Box 118, Folder 9
  56. HUG 1755. 5, Box C Box C Finding Aid, Fall-Summer 1878 See Box 142, Folder 6
  57. HUG 1755. 5, Box C Class notes on Schopenhauer and his "Vierfache Wurzel," Winter 1876-1877 See Box 119, Folder 2
  58. HUG 1755. 5, Box C Early Draft of the Introduction to Royce's Doctoral Dissertation, [ca. 1877] See Box 119, Folder 3
  59. HUG 1755. 5, Box C Growth of Indo-European Structure, ca. 1876-1877 See Box 119, Folder 5
  60. HUG 1755. 5, Box C On the Origins of German Philosophy, 1876 See Box 120, Folder 1
  61. HUG 1755. 5, Box C Relating to Logic and the Theory of Knowledge. Notes, 1877 See Box 120, Folder 2
  62. HUG 1755. 5, Box C Schopenhauer and Other Philosophy Notes, ca. 1876-1878 See Box 120, Folder 4
  63. HUG 1755. 5, Box C Schopenhauer, The World and the Will, ca. 1876-1877 See Box 120, Folder 5
  64. HUG 1755. 5, Box D
  65. HUG 1755. 5, Box D Box D Finding Aid, Fall 1878-Summer 1882 See Box 142, Folder 7
  66. HUG 1755. 5, Box D Index. A-M (first half). Summary of essay on the "Theory of Truth," undated See Box 125, Folder 9
  67. HUG 1755. 5, Box D Index. N-V. Special Questions Selected. Kant's Transcendental Aesthetic and the Cosmology Problem. Thought Diary, undated See Box 126, Folder 1
  68. HUG 1755. 5, Box D Lecture III, Course, Introductory, ca. 1878-1882 See Box 125, Folder 7
  69. HUG 1755. 5, Box D Lecture IV, [Logic]. Psychological Experimentation, [ca. 1878?] See Box 125, Folder 8
  70. HUG 1755. 5, Box D Lecture notes. Pessimism and Modern Thought, 1881 See Box 126, Folder 2
  71. HUG 1755. 5, Box D Lecture notes. The Work of the Truth Seeker, ca. 1878-1882 See Box 125, Folder 6
  72. HUG 1755.5 Box E
  73. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Box E Finding Aid, Fall 1882-Summer 1895 See Box 142, Folder 8
  74. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Bunyan, ca. 1892-1895 See Box 129, Folder 7
  75. HUG 1755. 5, Box E California [Notes], ca. 1892-1895 See Box 103, Folder 8
  76. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Committee on Normal Course, ca. 1892-1895 See Box 130, Folder 5
  77. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Cosmology, 1892-1893 See Box 126, Folder 10
  78. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Cosmology. Expositions for Lectures. Notebook II, 1890-1891 See Box 126, Folder 9
  79. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Cosmology. General Outlines. Notebook 1, 1890-1891 See Box 126, Folder 8
  80. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Devices for Holding the Rhythm, ca. 1892-1895 See Box 129, Folder 10
  81. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Guide for Thesis Work in Philosophy 4, ca. 1882-1883 See Box 127, Folder 3
  82. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Hegel's Phaenomenologie. Lecture Course of 1889-1890, 1889-1890 See Box 129, Folder 3
  83. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Kant Lectures, 1888-1889 See Box 127, Folder 5
  84. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Lecture III. Religious Philosophy. Philosophy Notes, ca. 1892-1895 See Box 129, Folder 4
  85. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Lecture IV, undated See Box 127, Folder 2
  86. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Notebook. Lectures on Ethical Ideals in Relation to Society, undated See Box 127, Folder 1
  87. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Notes of System of Philosophy 1888. Theism Course of 1884 [fragments of notes], 1884, 1888 See Box 129, Folder 5
  88. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Notes on Introduction to Philosophy, 1892-1893, 1895-1896 See Box 126, Folder 11
  89. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Notes on Kant. Graduate Course, October 1887 See Box 126, Folder 7
  90. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Notes on Metaphysics, ca. 1892-1895 See Box 129, Folder 9
  91. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Notes on the History of Modern Psychology, 1893 See Box 126, Folder 12
  92. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Philosophy 12 (First Half), ca. 1892-1895 See Box 129, Folder 2
  93. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Philosophy 3 Class Roll and Notes. Philosophy 13 Class Roll. Notes on Spinoza. Notes on Spencer. Student grades. California Notes [fragmentary], ca. 1886-1887 See Box 127, Folder 4
  94. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Philosophy 4, 1882-1883 See Box 126, Folder 5
  95. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Progress, Philosophic, undated See Box 128
  96. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Psychology Notes, 1891 See Box 129, Folder 8
  97. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Psychology. Philosophy. [Two groups of cards], ca. 1892-1895 See Box 128
  98. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Student Gradebook, ca. 1892-1895 See Box 129, Folder 1
  99. HUG 1755. 5, Box E Thesis notes for students in Philosophy 4, ca. 1883-1884 See Box 126, Folder 6
  100. HUG 1755.5, Box F
  101. HUG 1755. 5, Box F [Unarranged logic notes, Harvard era, ca. 1895-1916] See Box 111, Folder 2
  102. HUG 1755. 5, Box F [Untitled notebook with alphabetical tabs], ca. 1895-1916 See Box 130, Folder 4
  103. HUG 1755. 5, Box F [Untitled notes in two groups], ca. 1895-1916 See Box 129, Folder 19
  104. HUG 1755. 5, Box F [Untitled notes]. [Folder], ca. 1895-1916 See Box 106, Folder 6
  105. HUG 1755. 5, Box F [War and Insurance]. [fragment, ca. 1914] See Box 104, Folder 11
  106. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Box F Finding Aid, Fall 1895 -- Fall 1916 See Box 142, Folder 9
  107. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Diary of Seminaries for Philosophy 20F Methods, and for Philosophy 20c Logic, Philosophy C Elementary Logic, 1906-1910 See Box 129, Folder 18
  108. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Diary, 1901 See Box 130, Folder 6
  109. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Examples from the Historical Field, ca. 1895-1916 See Box 106, Folder 5
  110. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Lecture I, The Nature and the Need of Loyalty [two drafts], ca. 1907 See Box 101, Folder 15
  111. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Lecture II, Individualism, ca. 1907 See Box 102, Folder 1
  112. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Lecture III, Loyalty to Loyalty, ca. 1907 See Box 102, Folder 2
  113. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Lecture IV, Conscience, ca. 1907 See Box 102, Folder 3
  114. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Lecture V, Some American Problems in Their Relation to Loyalty, ca. 1907 See Box 102, Folder 4
  115. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Lecture VI, Training for Loyalty, ca. 1907 See Box 102, Folder 5
  116. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Lecture VII, Loyalty, Truth, and Reality, ca. 1907 See Box 102, Folder 6
  117. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Lecture VIII, Loyalty and Religion, ca. 1907 See Box 102, Folder 7
  118. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Lecture XII. The Will to Interpret, [undated] See Box 105, Folder 7
  119. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Logic Notes, ca. 1895-1916 See Box 111, Folder 1
  120. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Loyalty and Insight [Address], June 22, 1910 See Box 104, Folder 3
  121. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Mind. [Lecture], ca. 1895-1916 See Box 106, Folder 2
  122. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Outlines of a System of Philosophy, ca. 1895 See Box 129, Folder 14
  123. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Philosophy 15, 1908-1909 See Box 130, Folder 1
  124. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Philosophy 15, Plans, 1903 See Box 129, Folder 16
  125. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Philosophy 20c, Seminary, 1911-1912 See Box 130, Folder 2
  126. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Philosophy 9, Metaph[ysics], 1906-1907 See Box 129, Folder 17
  127. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Philosophy 9. [Notebook and class lists], 1908-1909 See Box 129, Folder 22
  128. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Philosophy 9. Grade Sheet, 1906-1907 See Box 129, Folder 21
  129. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Plan for Gifford Lectures, two drafts, ca. 1897 See Box 101, Folder 13
  130. HUG 1755. 5, Box F Royce's Argument for the Absolute, 1899 See Box 129, Folder 15
  131. HUG 1755. 5, Box F The Hope of the Community, 1916 See Box 105, Folder 1
  132. HUG 1755. 5, Box F The One, the Many, and the Infinite. Supplementary Essay. [The World and the Individual], ca. 1895-1916 See Box 106, Folder 4
  133. HUG 1755. 5, Box F The Philosopher, ca. 1895-1916 See Box 106, Folder 3
  134. HUG 1755. 5, Box F The Possibility of International Insurance, 1914 See Box 104, Folder 9
  135. HUG 1755. 5, Box F The Problem of Christianity [fragmented notes, ca. 1912] See Box 102, Folder 10
  136. HUG 1755. 5, Box F The Social Origin of the Conception of Natural Law, ca. 1895-1916 See Box 106, Folder 1
  137. HUG 1755. 5, Box F [Topics of the Indianapolis Lectures, ca. 1903] See Box 106, Folder 10
  138. HUG 1755. 5, Box F War and Insurance [fragment], ca. 1914 See Box 104, Folder 8
  139. HUG 1755.5, Box G
  140. HUG 1755. 5, Box G [Unarranged fragments, accordion folder, undated] See Box 105, Folder 3
  141. HUG 1755. 5, Box G Lecture I. The Nature and the Need of Loyalty, [undated] See Box 103, Folder 1
  142. HUG 1755. 5, Box G Lecture IV. Physical and Social Reality. [The World and the Individual, ca. 1907] See Box 102, Folder 12
  143. HUG 1755. 5, Box G Lecture IX [untitled]. [May be related to The World and the Individual], undated See Box 103, Folder 2
  144. HUG 1755. 5, Box G Lecture. Realism and the Individual, [undated] See Box 102, Folder 13
  145. HUG 1755. 5, Box G Lectures. [Related to] Realism and Real Being. [Untitled, undated] See Box 102, Folder 14
  146. HUG 1755. 5, Box G Manuscript. Index to the Philosophy of Loyalty, [undated] See Box 102, Folder 9
  147. HUG 1755. 5, Box G Number Concept, undated See Box 108, Folder 6
  148. HUG 1755. 5, Box G Outline of Proposed Lowell Lectures, The Philosophy of Loyalty, [ca. 1907] See Box 102, Folder 8
  149. HUG 1755.5, Box H
  150. HUG 1755. 5, Box H Box H Finding Aid, undated See Box 142, Folder 11
  151. HUG 1755. 5, Box H [Exam questions and other notes], ca. 1900-1907 See Box 130, Folder 3
  152. HUG 1755. 5, Box H [Unarranged logic notes, undated] See Box 106, Folder 11
  153. HUG 1755. 5, Box H [Unarranged notes, accordion folder, undated] See Box 105, Folder 4
  154. HUG 1755. 5, Box H [Untitled manuscript] "Fairytales, the Greeks..." ca. 1872 See Box 143, Folder 2
  155. HUG 1755. 5, Box H [Various loose notes]. [Some titled, including William James questionnaire on Experimental Psychology], ca. 1900 See Box 106, Folder 8
  156. HUG 1755. 5, Box H Announcements, Programs, Invitations, ca.1890-1913 See Box 99, Folder 4
  157. HUG 1755. 5, Box H Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the American Philosophical Association [in honor of Josiah Royce]. Program, December 1915 See Box 99, Folder 7
  158. HUG 1755. 5, Box H Ingersoll Lecture of 1899, The Conception of Immortality. Publication announcement, 1907 See Box 99, Folder 6
  159. HUG 1755. 5, Box H Lecture II. The Idea of Duty, undated See Box 126, Folder 4
  160. HUG 1755. 5, Box H Loyalty [fragment], undated See Box 103, Folder 3
  161. HUG 1755. 5, Box H Notes on the Vocabulary of Hegel, ca. 1892-1895 See Box 129, Folder 6
  162. HUG 1755. 5, Box H Outlines for University Extension Course Lectures on Ethics, undated See Box 126, Folder 3
  163. HUG 1755. 5, Box H The Miner's [Lonely Lovers'] Grave, ca. 1870 See Box 114, Folder 3
  164. Formerly HUG 1755.5 Boxes 1-6, Numbered boxes of "Symbolic Logic Notebooks" Sometimes referred to as "Logicalia"
  165. HUG 1755. 5, Box 1 [Untitled, On the logic of intersections and operations with pairs and circuits. Includes Royce's remarks on an essay contest, the prize contest Coenobium No. 82, - his personal verdicts on students in the contest, notebook], undated See Box 106, Folder 12
  166. HUG 1755. 5, Box 1 The Order of the Results of a Part of Researches Leading Up to the Need of [ ? ] Collections on Triads, undated See Box 108, Folder 7
  167. HUG 1755. 5, Box 1 [Untitled, further work in triads and Pair Operation], notebook, undated, ca. 1910 See Box 107, Folder 1
  168. HUG 1755. 5, Box 1 [Untitled, further work in the T-relation], notebook, undated See Box 106, Folder 14
  169. HUG 1755. 5, Box 1
  170. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Philosophy 15. Logic, Advanced. 1903-1904, 1903-1904 See Box 129, Folder 20
  171. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Philosophy 20c, Class List and Records, 1904-1905 See Box 129, Folder 20
  172. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Philosophy 20c, Plan, 1904-1905 See Box 129, Folder 20
  173. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Psychology Lectures, undated See Box 101, Folder 14
  174. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Kant Lectures of 1896 See Box 101, Folder 14
  175. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Permutation Groups or Substitution Groups, undated See Box 101, Folder 14
  176. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 On the Relation of Between and the Concept of Continuity, 1901 See Box 101, Folder 14
  177. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Revision of Gifford Lectures, July 4, 1901 See Box 101, Folder 14
  178. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 The Properties of Negation and of the Logical Zero, 1901 See Box 101, Folder 14
  179. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Attempt at Another Statement of Kempe's Defining Laws, 1901 See Box 101, Folder 14
  180. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Philosophy 15. [Seminary Notes], 1901-1902 See Box 101, Folder 14
  181. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Notes on Wundt's Volkerpsychologie, ca. 1901-1902 See Box 101, Folder 14
  182. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Sketch of Boolean Logic, 1902 See Box 101, Folder 14
  183. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Philosophy 1a, Plan of Discussion, 1901-1902 See Box 101, Folder 14
  184. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 The Entity e, and Related Constructions, undated See Box 108, Folder 1
  185. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 [Transformation of Triads], [ca. 1912] See Box 113, Folder 4
  186. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Construction of Linear Sets, undated See Box 108, Folder 2
  187. HUG 1755. 5, Box 2 Circuits Through Given Pairs (a, b) are Suitably Restricted, undated See Box 107, Folder 4
  188. HUG 1755. 5, Box 3 [Untitled, Royce notes that pages 69 and 82 contain notable theorems], notebook, ca. 1910 See Box 107, Folder 1
  189. HUG 1755. 5, Box 3 [Untitled - Alignments], undated See Box 107, Folder 2
  190. HUG 1755. 5, Box 3 Analogies to the Quadrilateral Construction, 1876-1877 See Box 109, Folder 5
  191. HUG 1755. 5, Box 3 Notes on the Pair Operation Invertible and of the Secondary Primes and the Triad Operation, ca. after 1912 See Box 113, Folder 6
  192. HUG 1755. 5, Box 3 Philosophy 24, Plan, ca. after 1912 See Box 113, Folder 6
  193. HUG 1755. 5, Box 3 Towards a Quadrilateral Construction, ca. after 1912 See Box 113, Folder 6
  194. HUG 1755. 5, Box 3 [Triads in the System; The Problem of Christianity], 1912 See Box 113, Folder 5
  195. HUG 1755. 5, Box 3 Resultants of Triads. [Reversal of Triads]. Notebooks on Logic, May 17 1912 See Box 113, Folder 3
  196. HUG 1755. 5, Box 4 Investigations on Intersecting Circuits, notebook, 1909 See Box 112, Folder 1
  197. HUG 1755. 5, Box 4 Functions of Secondary Primes, the Invertible Pair Operation, notebook, undated See Box 108, Folder 2
  198. HUG 1755. 5, Box 4 On p. 22 sqq. of This Book an Associated Invertible Pair Operation is Defined, notebook, undated See Box 108, Folder 5
  199. HUG 1755. 5, Box 4 [Logic Notes on the reverse, Pairs]. Notes for the Hibbert Lectures [in front of notebook], 1912 See Box 113, Folder 2
  200. HUG 1755. 5, Box 4 Logic Notes on the Reverse, Pairs. [Notes for the Hibbert Lectures], 1912 See Box 113, Folder 2
  201. HUG 1755. 5, Box 4 [Work on Triads], 1913 See Box 113, Folder 8
  202. HUG 1755. 5, Box 4 In the Reverse of This Book a New Invertible Pair Operation is Contained [Triads]; Triads derived from a given triad..., ca. 1912-1913 See Box 113, Folder 1
  203. HUG 1755. 5, Box 4 The Summary of the Two Invertible Pair Operations so Their Inverse is Given on p. 38 of This Book; [Royce's notes on triad theory on inside over], notebook, undated See Box 109, Folder 2
  204. HUG 1755. 5, Box 4 [Untitled], undated See Box 106, Folder 11
  205. HUG 1755. 5, Box 5 A Triad Operation and Its Results, notebook, ca. 1916 See Box 114, Folder 1
  206. HUG 1755. 5, Box 5 [Untitled notebook of proofs], undated See Box 107, Folder 3
  207. HUG 1755. 5, Box 5 Studies Toward an Operation on [Triads?], notebook, ca. 1913 See Box 113, Folder 7
  208. HUG 1755. 5, Box 5 Calculations on the [General?] Pair Operations, notebook, 1912 See Box 112, Folder 6
  209. HUG 1755. 5, Box 5 Triads in Relation to Linear Tetrads. See [A Triad Operation and its Results], notebook, ca. 1910-1911 See Box 112, Folder 5
  210. HUG 1755. 5, Box 5 The Pair Operation, on p. 93 of this book a New Operation, notebook, undated See Box 109, Folder 1
  211. HUG 1755. 5, Box 5 On. p. 9, a New Invertible Operation, notebook, undated See Box 108, Folder 6
  212. HUG 1755. 5, Box 6 Class lists for Philosophy A. Loose notes on logic, notebook, [undated] See Box 107, Folder 5
  213. HUG 1755. 5, Box 6 Logical Theory. [Constructions], notebook, undated See Box 108, Folder 3
  214. HUG 1755. 5, Box 6 [Ultimate Reality, J.G. Gustafson, Logic notes, notebook, undated] See Box 109, Folder 3
  215. HUG 1755. 5, Box 6 Properties of Circuits in the Logical System E., notebook, [loose notes included], ca. 1908 See Box 111, Folder 3
  216. HUG 1755. 5, Box 6 Notes on Schroder's Vorlesungen [Algebra and Logic], On the Logic of Relatives, ca. 1904 See Box 111, Folder 2
  217. HUG 1755. 5, Box 6 Transformations of Linear Circuits of Logical Elements, notebook, April 1909 See Box 112, Folder 3
  218. HUG 1755. 5, Box 6 Variations of the Pair Operation, notebook, undated See Box 109, Folder 4
  219. HUG 1755. 5, Box 6 1st Book of 1909 Voyage, notebook, 1909 See Box 111, Folder 4
  220. HUG 1755. 5, Box 6 2nd Book of 1909 Voyage, notebook, 1909 See Box 111, Folder 5
  221. HUG 1755. 5, Box 6 [Untitled, referring to Book 2nd of the voyage of 1909], notebook, ca. 1909 See Box 111, Folder 6
  222. HUG 1755, Box 6 Philosophy 2. Logic and Psychology, notebook, undated See Box 129, Folder 23
  223. HUG 1755, Box 6 B13. Notes on Logic. Wundt's Lectures, notebook, 1875-76 See Box 118, Folder 15
  224. HUG 1755, Box 6 B14. (I). Notes on the Theory of Knowledge, notebook, [ca. 1876-1878] See Box 118, Folder 16
  225. HUG 1755, Box 6 B15. General Notes on Mathematics, notebook, [ca. 1876-1878], and January 1882 See Box 118, Folder 17
  226. HUG 1755.5, Loewenberg Checklist, undated See Box 142, Folder 2
Formerly HUG 1755.5
  1. HUG 1755.5 Philosophy 15, Assistant's Records, 1910-1911 See Box 112, Folder 4
  2. HUG 1755.5 Royce, Ruth. [Correspondence with Ralph Barton Perry, 1928] See Box 101, Folder 8
Formerly HUG 1755.5.5 Hernandez list of contents of first 98 volumes. One bound volume with the following contents:
  1. Consult reference staff.
Formerly HUG 1755.5.5.2 mFN Negative microfilm of the Hernandez list of contents of 98.
  1. See Box 154 (not for research use)
Formerly HUG 1755.5.5.3 mFN Negative microfilm of newspapers
  1. See Box 154 (not for research use)
Formerly HUG 1755.10 Stacer, John R., S.J. Royceana in W.E. Hocking Library, Madison, N.H. 1967
  1. See Box 101, Folder 11
Formerly HUG 1755.11 The Intention of the Prometheus Bound of Aeschylus Thesis for the degree of Bachelor of Arts, 1875
  1. See Box 114, Folder 9
Formerly HUG 1755.12 Correspondence. Josiah Royce to Mrs. C. H. and G. B. Dorr, 1887-1910
  1. See Box 124, Folder 41
Formerly HUG 1755.13 Clendenning, John and Oppenheim, Frank M. New Documents on Josiah Royce, 1990
  1. See Box 100, Folder 7
Formerly HUG 1755.14 Correspondence, scattered, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1900, 1902, 1904-1915
  1. HUG 1755.14 Correspondence, including copy of a letter to the mother of Jared Sparks, 1884-1915 See Box 125, Folder 5
  2. HUG 1755.14 Correspondence, Other, 1891-1914 See Box 125, Folder 2
  3. HUG 1755.14 Peirce, C.S., 1898-1905 See Box 123, Folder 19
  4. HUG 1755.14 Various correspondence to Josiah Royce, 1884-1915 See Box 125, Folder 3
  5. HUG 1755.14 Various original correspondence to and from Josiah Royce, 1884-1915 See Box 125, Folder 4
Formerly HUG 1755.15 Notebooks for Royce Seminar in Comparative Methodology, notes of Harry T. Costello, 1913-1914
  1. See Box 131, Folder 1
Formerly HUG 1755.15.5 Correspondence from Royce students regarding publication of Harry T. Costello notebook by Rutgers University Press [Grover Smith, Ed.], 1956-1961
  1. See Box 130, Folder 7
Formerly HUG 1755.16 Miscellaneous notes, etc.
  1. See Box 130, Folder 9 (Assignments of Royce's students and correspondence, 1904-1905 and undated)
Formerly HUG 1755.18 Prinzipien der Logik. die Encyclopaedie der Philosophischen Wissenschaften..., 1912
  1. See Box 104, Folder 4
Formerly HUG 1755.38.92 Hine, Robert. From Grass Valley to Harvard. 1992
  1. See Box 100, Folder 10
Formerly HUG 1755.49 Leidecker, Kurt. Josiah Royce and Indian Thought. 1931
  1. See Box 100, Folder 12
Formerly HUG 1755.53 MacKinnon, Malcolm D. Royce Family Tree. 2nd Edition. 1988
  1. See Box 101, Folder 1
Formerly HUG 1755.64 Of the Interdependence of the Principles of Knowledge. Copy of the Ph.D. thesis at Johns Hopkins, ca. 1878
  1. See Box 119, Folder 6
Formerly HUG 1755.66 Oppenheim, Frank, S.J. A Critical Annotated Bibliography of the Published Works of Josiah Royce. 1964
  1. See Box 101, Folder 2
Formerly HUG 1755.66. 5 Oppenheim, Frank, S.J. Royce's Appreciative Interest in the More Vital. 1967
  1. See Box 101, Folder 3
Formerly HUG 1755.66.10 Oppenheim, Frank, S.J. Josiah Royce as Teacher. 1975
  1. See Box 101, Folder 4
Formerly HUG 1755.66.12 Oppenheim, Frank, S.J. Josiah Royce's Intellectual Development. 1976
  1. See Box 101, Folder 5
Formerly HUG 1755.67 Pamphlets and Monographs on Logic collected and indexed by Josiah Royce, 1893-1898
  1. See Box 110
Formerly HUG 1755.68 Papers in Honor of Josiah Royce on His Sixtieth Birthday, 1916
  1. See Box 99, Folder 10
Formerly HUG 1755.77 Robinson, Daniel S. Royce's Contribution to Logic. 1967
  1. See Box 101, Folder 6
Formerly HUG 1755.78 Robinson, Daniel S. Some Marginalia of Josiah Royce. 1969
  1. See Box 101, Folder 7
Formerly HUG 1755.81 The Hope of the Great Community. Royce, Josiah, 1916
  1. See Box 104, Folder 14
Formerly HUG 1755.82 Sorley, W.R. Josiah Royce. ca. 1920
  1. See Box 101, Folder 10
Formerly HUG 1755.92 War Addresses, 1916
  1. See Box 104, Folder 12
Formerly HUG 1755.95 Articles on Royce and his philosophy
  1. See Box 100, Folder 11(Johnson, Paul E. Josiah Royce --Theist or Pantheist? 1928)
Formerly HUG 1755.96 Hine, Robert. The American West as Metaphysics: A Perspective on Josiah Royce, 1989
  1. See Box 100, Folder 9

Processing Information

Processing information Over the past century, the Papers of Josiah Royce have been arranged and inventoried by several students, scholars, librarians, and archivists.

After Royce’s death in 1916, Jacob Loewenberg, a former student of Royce at Harvard, prepared lists of Royce’s scholarly works. Loewenberg was assisted by Professor William Ernest Hocking and Benjamin Rand, a graduate student and librarian in Harvard’s philosophy department. Loewenberg borrowed selected manuscripts for his own research, most of which he eventually returned to Royce’s widow Katharine Head Royce.

In 1930, Mrs. Royce donated some of her husband’s papers, primarily manuscript writings, lectures, research notes and notebooks on logic, to the Harvard College Library, where they were placed in the Harvard University Archives, at the time a department within the Library. From 1940 to 1941 Edgar Franklin Wells, a graduate student in philosophy, organized the manuscripts, lectures, and most of the notes in 98 folio volumes. Some notes and all of the notebooks were housed separately in boxes. University archivists maintained the collection in the order established by Wells, adding subsequent series of material as later acquisitions were received.

In the summer of 1956, Victoria Hernandez and Boyd Cruise, participants in the Institute on Historical and Archival Management held at Radcliffe College, prepared inventories of most of the Royce manuscripts, lectures, and notes. In 1959, Frank Oppenheim, S.J. prepared inventories of Royce’s notebooks on logic.

In 1989, the Archives acquired a major addition to the collection, consisting of most of Royce's incoming correspondence from colleagues, as well as family papers. This material, previously held by Royce's son Stephen, was preliminarily organized by scholars John Clendenning and Frank Oppenheim. More recent accessions of additional family papers, genealogical material, and photographs, were received from Nancy Hacker, a Royce family descendant, and her nephew Richard Compton.

In 2007, the Harvard University Archives initiated a fifteen-month project to improve access to the Royce papers. This project involved a full survey of the collection, some reorganization of material, and enhanced description. The project was carried out by Claudia Holguin, Jennifer Pelose, and Kate Bowers.

In the course of the project, the 98 folio volumes were left intact, but a detailed list of their contents was prepared and organized according to intellectual series. Unbound materials, including loose notes, notebooks, correspondence, and recently-received family papers were physically rearranged in series reflecting intellectual content and rehoused in archival boxes and folders. A few exceptions were made to collocate materials of similar physical format: oversized materials are now housed in box 143, and photographs, including daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, paper prints, and negatives, are housed in boxes 144-153 and boxes 155-156.

As a final step in the project, due principally to the way the collection had accumulated, a comprehensive finding aid was prepared with document-level descriptions for most material. In cases where documents appear to have been organized and numbered in sequence by Royce, these numbers have been included in the document descriptions. It should be noted that project archivists were unable to determine whether gaps in these numbering sequences indicate missing documents that were never received by the Harvard University Archives.
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Title
Royce, Josiah, 1855-1916. Papers of Josiah Royce : an inventory
Date
2017-02-06
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