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Ian S. Holbourn Papers and Manuscripts

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Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Administrative Information

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Art and Citizenship

Medieval Sculpture

Renaissance Art and Civilization

The Several Arts and Their Classification

The Renaissance and Its Art, I

Medieval Theory of Art and Beauty, 1933

The Problem of Practical Reform

Beauty and Civilization

Byzantine History

Art in Daily Life, I

The Liberal Arts College and its Place in American Education, 1926


Ian S. Holbourn Papers and Manuscripts, circa 1920-circa 1930 | Carleton College Archives

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Collection Overview

Title: Ian S. Holbourn Papers and Manuscripts, circa 1920-circa 1930

ID: 03/157

Primary Creator: Stoughton Holbourn, I. B. (Ian Bernard) (1872-1935)

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Arranged files

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Typescript and manuscript lectures on a wide variety of art subjects, most with the common thread of art and society.  Holbourn was Professor of Art at Carleton 1920-36; most but not all of the lectures in this collection were used in his Carleton courses.

Biographical Note

Professor of Aesthetics and Civic Art, 1921 (Second semester of 1920/21) Professor of the History of Art, 1922-1935  (Second semesters only)

Administrative Information

Repository: Carleton College Archives

Acquisition Method: Unknown donor; material is typscript and ms copies of course and extracurricular lectures on Art.

Appraisal Information: Value Code: 3

Processing Information: LOCATION CHECKED


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[Series 3: Renaissance Art and Civilization],
[Series 4: The Several Arts and Their Classification],
[Series 5: The Renaissance and Its Art, I],
[Series 6: Medieval Theory of Art and Beauty, 1933],
[Series 7: The Problem of Practical Reform],
[Series 8: Beauty and Civilization],
[Series 9: Byzantine History],
[Series 10: Art in Daily Life, I],
[Series 11: The Liberal Arts College and its Place in American Education, 1926],
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Series 9: Byzantine History


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