Glenn Bakkum Collection of Urban Sociology Papers

Collection Summary

Title: Glenn Bakkum Collection of Urban Sociology Papers
Call Number: MS 88-27
Size: 0.25 linear feet
Acquisition: Donated by Dr. Glenn Bakkum
Processed By: LTM, 12-18-1987; JEF, 2-24-1998; JLY, 8-2007; MN, 11-2012
Restrictions: None

Literary Rights

Literary rights were not granted to Wichita State University. When permission is granted to examine the manuscripts, it is not an authorization to publish them. Manuscripts cannot be used for publication without regard for common law literary rights, copyright laws and the laws of libel. It is the responsibility of the researcher and his/her publisher to obtain permission to publish. Scholars and students who eventually plan to have their work published are urged to make inquiry regarding overall restrictions on publication before initial research.

Content Note

The Glenn Bakkum Collection of Urban Sociology Papers contains the term papers of Dr. Glenn Bakkum’s Urban Sociology Class from 1929 to 1934 at the University of Wichita (WSU). These papers deal with different social institutions in the Wichita area and give us some insight into the early history of Wichita and of the University of Wichita.

Detailed Description: Series Listing

Series 1 Box 1 FF 1-18 Student Papers
Series 2 Box 1 FF 19-21 Wichita-Related Materials

Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing

Series 1 ‒ Student Papers

Box 1 FF 1 William C. Hinkle, “The Wichita Police Department,” 6 pages, one photo, 1929.
Box 1 FF 2 Helen Finley, “The Phyllis Wheatley Children’s Home,” 8 pages, 1932.
Box 1 FF 3 N. A., “The Police Court - Wichita,” 13 pages (handwritten), n. d.
Box 1 FF 4 Regina Kurt, “Hospitals,” 8 pages (4 pages of photos), 1929.
Box 1 FF 5 Ada Tully, “Girl Scouts,” 10 pages, with 49 page “Community Study,” 1934.
Box 1 FF 6 Ethelyn Butler, “The Wichita Public Health Nursing Association,” 9 pages, 1932.
Box 1 FF 7 Mamie Crouch, “A Brief Historical Sketch of the Water Street Branch YMCA,” 6 pages, 1929.
Box 1 FF 8 Leonone Crawford, “The History of the Sedgwick House,” 11 pages (handwritten), 1929.
Box 1 FF 9 Marie Mayberry, “Wichita YMCA,” 18 pages, 1929.
Box 1 FF 10 Frances Roberts, “Recreation in Wichita Parks,” 16 pages, 1929.
Box 1 FF 11 Lucile Jaquith, “Recreation,” 7 pages, 1929.
Box 1 FF 12 Bernice Marie Papkins, “History of the Boys Farm School,”12 pages (handwritten), 1932.
Box 1 FF 13 Mary Carlock, “The Business Schools of Wichita,” 20 pages, n.d.
Box 1 FF 14 Dorothy Geusman, “The Children’s Home,” 5 pages, 1929.
Box 1 FF 15 Zora Joy Gifford, “4-H Club Work in Sedgwick County,” 9 pages, 1930.
Box 1 FF 16 Burton H. Woodford, “History of Education in Wichita,” 74 pages (handwritten), 1932.
Box 1 FF 17 Lorene Stone, “Wichita City Library,” 8 pages (2 pages graphs), n.d.
Box 1 FF 18 Mary Dean Scott, “The Visiting Teacher Movement,” 18 pages, 1929.

Series 2 ‒ Wichita-Related Materials

Box 1 FF 19 Loose clipping from The Wichita Eagle, “B-47 Memorial In Slow Climb at City Airport,” Friday, April 25, 1969
Box 1 FF 20 Wichita Police (“The Square Deal Department”) Duty Manual, n.d.
Box 1 FF 21 Francis H. Hiller, Field Director, National Probation Association, New York City, “The Juvenile Court of Sedgwick County (Wichita) Kansas - Summary of the Report of a Survey,” 20 pages, 1934.