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MC 00078 Guide to the Lawrence Earl Hinkle Papers, 1853-1964

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This series contains information on linguistics. It is divided into ten subseries: general, slang, Spanish, technical language, word games, Word Study, journals, etymology, world languages, and miscellaneous. This information in this series is in the form of typed class notes, journal articles, and scholarly publications.
General, 1853-1950
[Box 1, Folder 1] Chief Foreign Alphabets, undated
[Box 1, Folder 2] The Epic of the Alphabet, undated
[Box 1, Folder 3] Story of the Alphabet, 1934
[Box 1, Folder 5] American Indian Proverbs, undated
[Box 1, Folder 6] Cherokee [1 of 2], undated
[Box 1, Folder 7] Cherokee [2 of 2], undated
[Box 1, Folder 8] Cherokee Alphabet, undated
[Box 1, Folder 9] The Cherokee Indians of Qualla Reservation, 1937
[Box 1, Folder 10] The Cherokee Language [1 of 2], 1935 April
[Box 1, Folder 11] The Cherokee Language [2 of 2], 1935 April
[Box 1, Folder 12] The Cherokee in Romance Tragedy and Song, 1946
[Box 1, Folder 13] Sequoya, undated
[Box 1, Folder 14] Southern Indian Studies, 1949 October
[Box 1, Folder 15] Unto These Hills, 1950
[Box 1, Folder 16] The American Language, 1936
[Box 1, Folder 17] American Language, undated
[Box 1, Folder 18] American Word Origins Sought, 1936 June 21
[Box 1, Folder 19] Handbook of American Languages, undated
[Box 1, Folder 24] Vagaries of Modal Auxiliaries in German, 1935 March 6
[Box 1, Folder 25] Grammatical Categories, undated
[Box 1, Folder 27] Weak Verb, undated
[Map Folder 1] Kurdish Newspaper, undated
[Map Folder 1] Kurdish Newspaper, undated
[Map Folder 1] Kurdish Newspaper, undated
[Box 1, Folder 38] Old Turkish, undated
[Map Folder 1] Languages of Africa, undated
[Map Folder 1] Languages of Asia, undated
[Map Folder 1] Languages of Australia, undated
[Map Folder 1] Languages of Central America, undated
[Map Folder 1] Languages of Europe, undated
[Map Folder 1] Languages of North America, undated
[Map Folder 1] Languages of South America, undated
[Box 1, Folder 41] Names, undated
[Box 1, Folder 42] Names and Naming, undated
[Box 1, Folder 43] Naming the Animals, undated
[Map Folder 1] Europe Photostat [1 of 4], undated
[Map Folder 1] Europe Photostat [2 of 4], undated
[Map Folder 1] Europe Photostat [3 of 4], undated
[Map Folder 1] Europe Photostat [4 of 4], undated
[Box 1, Folder 4] American Indians, undated
[Box 1, Folder 20] Composition Table of Ablaut Series, undated
[Box 1, Folder 21] Einfuhrung in den Unterricht in der russischen Sprache, undated
[Box 1, Folder 22] Einleitung in die Symachwissenschaft, undated
[Box 1, Folder 23] Trubners Deutsches Worterbuch, 1936 April
[Box 1, Folder 26] Vagaries of Modal Auxiliaries, undated
[Box 1, Folder 28] Analisis Gloto Logico de la Lengua Guarni-tupi, 1941
[Box 1, Folder 29] La Lenga Guarani, 1936
[Box 1, Folder 30] Guarani People, undated
[Box 1, Folder 31] Guarani People, 1945 December
[Box 1, Folder 32] What Guarni-Tupi is, undated
[Box 1, Folder 33] Languages of India, 1853 March 7
[Box 1, Folder 34] Aryan Language, undated
[Box 1, Folder 35] Assyrian, undated
[Box 1, Folder 36] Gothic, undated
[Box 1, Folder 37] Linguistic Families, undated
[Box 1, Folder 39] Tutun Dusmanlarina Kars Mucadele, 1935
[Box 1, Folder 44] Story of Surnames, 1932
[Box 1, Folder 40] Magic Potency of Names, undated
Slang, 1935-1946
[Box 2, Folder 1] Aviation Vocabulary, undated
[Legal Box 7, Folder 1] Baseball English, undated
[Box 2, Folder 2] Common Speech, undated
[Box 2, Folder 3] Dialects, undated
[Box 2, Folder 4] German Dialect of Rowan County, undated
[Box 2, Folder 5] New Roots and Words, undated
[Box 2, Folder 6] Popular Parlance, undated
[Box 2, Folder 7] Puritan Nomenclature, undated
[Box 2, Folder 8] Postwar War Words, undated
[Box 2, Folder 9] American Dialect Society No. 3, 1945 May
[Box 2, Folder 10] Dialects and Slang, undated
[Box 2, Folder 11] Roman Soldier Slang, undated
[Box 2, Folder 12] U.S. Press Heads Dazzle London Weekly, 1935 September 28
[Box 2, Folder 13] Use of Nigger, 1946 August 10
[Box 2, Folder 14] What is Slang, 1936
[Box 2, Folder 15] Word List from Virginia and North Carolina, 1946 November
Spanish, 1951-1955
[Box 2, Folder 20] Pensando en Español [1 of 6], undated
[Box 2, Folder 21] Pensando en Español [2 of 6], undated
[Box 2, Folder 22] Pensando en Español [3 of 6], undated
[Box 2, Folder 23] Pensando en Español [4 of 6], undated
[Box 2, Folder 24] Pensando en Español [5 of 6], undated
[Box 2, Folder 25] Pensando en Español [6 of 6], undated
[Box 2, Folder 26] The Status of Spanish in South Atlantic States, undated
[Box 2, Folder 28] Vocabulario Ingles - Español [1 of 4], undated
[Box 2, Folder 29] Vocabulario Ingles - Español [2 of 4], undated
[Box 2, Folder 30] Vocabulario Ingles - Español [3 of 4], undated
[Box 2, Folder 31] Vocabulario Ingles - Español [4 of 4], undated
[Box 2, Folder 16] Bound Suffix in Spanish, 1955 September 3
[Box 2, Folder 17] Grammar of Interlingua, 1951
[Box 2, Folder 18] Interlingua-English Dictionary, undated
[Box 2, Folder 19] Ollantay, undated
[Box 2, Folder 27] Grammatica de Interlingua pro Lectores, 1951
Technical Language, 1931-1937
[Box 2, Folder 32] Glossary of Medical Terms, undated
[Box 2, Folder 33] Languages in Technical Education, undated
[Box 2, Folder 34] Standardization of Chemical Nomenclature, 1931 July
[Box 2, Folder 35] Words and Sentences in Science and Industry, 1937 December 17
Word Games, 1940
[Box 2, Folder 36] Dear John, undated
[Box 2, Folder 37] Fun with Chinese, 1940
[Box 2, Folder 38] Sosnoki's First Chinese Puzzle - Arithmetic, undated
[Box 2, Folder 39] Sosnoki's Second Chinese Puzzle - Timetable, 1940
[Box 2, Folder 40] Sosnoki's Third Chinese Puzzle - Man, 1940
[Box 2, Folder 41] Sosnoki's Fourth Chinese Puzzle - Zoology, 1940
Word Study, 1935-1955
[Box 2, Folder 42] Word Study, undated
[Box 2, Folder 43] Word Study, 1935-1936
[Box 2, Folder 44] Word Study, 1937
[Box 2, Folder 45] Word Study, 1939 March
[Box 2, Folder 46] Word Study, 1939
[Box 2, Folder 47] Word Study, 1940
[Box 2, Folder 48] Word Study, 1941-1942
[Box 2, Folder 49] Word Study, 1943, 1945, 1948
[Box 2, Folder 50] Word Study, 1950-1951
[Box 2, Folder 51] Word Study, 1952-1953
[Box 2, Folder 52] Word Study, 1954
[Box 2, Folder 53] Word Study, 1955
Journals, 1929-1950
[Box 3, Folder 1] American Journal of Semitic Languages, 1930 July
[Box 3, Folder 2] Birmingham Southern College Bulletin, 1929 May
[Box 3, Folder 3] Bulletin of the University of Minnesota, 1950 July
Etymology, undated
[Box 3, Folder 4] Blendings, undated
[Box 3, Folder 5] Classification of Languages, undated
[Box 3, Folder 6] Composite Words, undated
[Box 3, Folder 7] Compound Words, undated
[Box 3, Folder 8] Literary Language, undated
[Box 3, Folder 9] Development of Language, undated
[Box 3, Folder 10] English-German Cognates, undated
[Box 3, Folder 11] French Words in English Usage, undated
[Box 3, Folder 12] English Vowels, undated
[Box 3, Folder 13] Etymology, undated
[Box 3, Folder 14] Euphemisms, undated
[Box 3, Folder 15] Expressions Taboo in English and German, undated
[Box 3, Folder 16] Familiar Phrases Misquoted or Misunderstood, undated
[Box 3, Folder 17] Future of English, undated
[Box 3, Folder 18] Folk Etymology, undated
[Box 3, Folder 19] History of Language, undated
[Box 3, Folder 20] Latent Meanings, undated
[Box 3, Folder 21] Meaning of Words, undated
[Box 3, Folder 22] Nature and Growth of Language, undated
[Box 3, Folder 23] Philology at Work, undated
[Box 3, Folder 24] Psychology of Language, undated
[Box 3, Folder 25] Rose by any other Name, undated
[Box 3, Folder 26] Social Aspect of Language, undated
[Box 3, Folder 27] Translation, undated
[Box 3, Folder 28] Words, undated
World Languages, 1919-1954
[Legal Box 7, Folder 2] Eskimo, undated
[Box 3, Folder 29] Languages in Europe, undated
[Box 3, Folder 30] Languages in Europe and Near East, 1919
[Box 3, Folder 31] Growth of Israeli Hebrew, 1954
[Box 3, Folder 32] Languages of the World, undated
Miscellaneous, 1942-1943
[Box 3, Folder 33] Fonetik Crythqgrafi, undated
[Box 3, Folder 34] History of Mankind, undated
[Box 3, Folder 35] Intelligence, undated
[Box 3, Folder 36] Language, undated
[Box 3, Folder 37] Languages and Social Survival, undated
[Box 3, Folder 38] Legend of Herbs, undated
[Box 3, Folder 39] Magical Fomulae, undated
[Box 3, Folder 40] Miscellaneous, undated
[Box 3, Folder 41] Sensibl Simplyfyd Spelling, 1943
[Box 3, Folder 42] Tom Tit Tot [1 of 2], undated
[Box 3, Folder 42] Tom Tit Tot [2 of 2], undated
[Legal Box 7, Folder 3] Pleasure of Publishing, 1942 July 6
This series contains socioeconomic information written and collected by Hinkle about Europe in the 1920s. It contains articles published in the Saturday Evening Post.
[Box 3, Folder 43] Composite France, 1924 April 19
[Box 3, Folder 44] Racial Realities in Europe, 1924 March 22
[Box 3, Folder 45] Mediterranean South, 1924 May 10
[Box 3, Folder 46] Present Day German, 1924 May 24
[Box 3, Folder 47] Disrupted Central Europe, 1924 June 7
[Box 3, Folder 48] Merge Idea to World, 1924 June 28
[Box 3, Folder 49] Balkan Flux, 1924 July 12
[Box 3, Folder 50] Overbalance of Power, 1925 January 10
[Box 3, Folder 51] European Politics, undated
[Box 3, Folder 52] Europe-Social, undated
[Box 3, Folder 53] Europe-Reference, undated
This series contains class lecture notes for classes Hinkle taught about literature, both foreign and domestic. It is divided into five subseries and deals mostly with European literature and its background information.
General, undated
[Box 3, Folder 54] Foreign Literature [1 of 3], undated
[Box 3, Folder 55] Foreign Literature [2 of 3], undated
[Box 3, Folder 56] Foreign Literature [3 of 3], undated
[Box 3, Folder 57] Development of Drama, undated
[Box 3, Folder 58] Poetry, undated
France, undated
[Box 3, Folder 59] Forms, undated
[Box 3, Folder 60] Eras [1 of 3], undated
[Box 4, Folder 1] Eras [2 of 3], undated
[Box 4, Folder 2] Eras [3 of 3], undated
[Box 4, Folder 3] Authors and Institutions, undated
[Box 4, Folder 4] Quiz, undated
Germany, undated
[Box 4, Folder 5] Germany [1 of 4], undated
[Box 4, Folder 6] Germany [2 of 4], undated
[Box 4, Folder 7] Germany [3 of 4], undated
[Box 4, Folder 8] Germany [4 of 4], undated
[Box 4, Folder 9] Literature, undated
[Box 4, Folder 10] Education, undated
[Box 4, Folder 11] Aus dem Leben der Bienen, undated
[Box 4, Folder 12] Civilization, undated
[Box 4, Folder 13] Government, undated
[Box 4, Folder 14] Deutscher Reichbahn Kalendar, undated
[Box 4, Folder 15] Geschichte der Deutschen Sprache, undated
[Box 4, Folder 16] Idiomatic Particles, undated
Spain, undated
[Box 4, Folder 17] Spanish Literature, undated
[Box 4, Folder 18] Spanish Culture, undated
[Box 4, Folder 19] Social, undated
[Box 4, Folder 20] Exploration, undated
Soviet Union, undated
[Box 4, Folder 21] Soviet Union, undated
This series contains images of Latin America, along with class lecture notes about the respective countries.
[Box 4, Folder 22] Latin America, undated
[Box 5, Folder 1] Visuals [1 of 2], undated
[Box 5, Folder 2] Visuals [2 of 2], undated
[Box 5, Folder 3] Argentina, undated
[Box 5, Folder 4] Mexico, undated
[Box 5, Folder 5] Peru and Bolivia, undated
[Box 5, Folder 6] Uruguay and Paraguay, undated
This series contains United States of America history, specifically of the American South. It contains information about race relations and also contains background information about World War II. The series has newspaper and magazine articles, governmental publications, and handwritten notes.
[Box 5, Folder 7] Another Theory as to Tar Heel, undated
[Box 5, Folder 8] Heriot Clarkson, 1930 August 8
[Box 5, Folder 9] Congressional Record, 1953 July 30
[Box 5, Folder 10] Earlier Pochahantas, 1947 November 6
[Box 5, Folder 11] Fort Sumter, 1954
[Box 5, Folder 12] Francis Marion, undated
[Box 5, Folder 13] Negro preacher, undated
[Box 5, Folder 14] Harry S Truman, 1952
[Box 5, Folder 15] War background, undated
This series contains information about ancient civilization and early man. The information is in the form of handwritten notes, journals, and magazine and newspaper articles.
[Box 5, Folder 16] Anthropology, undated
[Box 5, Folder 17] North Carolina Archeology Society, 1935 April
[Box 5, Folder 18] Crypt of Civilization, 1938 January
[Box 5, Folder 19] Celts, undated
[Box 5, Folder 20] Magic and Experimental Science, undated
[Box 5, Folder 21] Primitive Man, undated
[Box 5, Folder 22] Roman Life, 1957 February
[Box 5, Folder 24] Sexual Life of Savages, undated
[Box 5, Folder 23] Roman Roads, 1956 November 15
This series contains rewritings of folklore by Professor Hinkle. The stories are titled "Peter Zwirn," "Balder and Loki," "Fountain of Forgetfullness," "Hans and the Three Wishes," "Magic Fiddle Bow," "Magic Organ," "Goldener," and "Three Stupid Boys."
[Box 5, Folder 25] American Folklore, 1933
[Box 5, Folder 26] Old Legends for Young People, undated
[Box 5, Folder 27] Peter Zwirn, undated
[Box 5, Folder 28] Balder and Loki, undated
[Box 5, Folder 29] Fountain of Forgetfulness, undated
[Box 5, Folder 30] Hans and the Three Wishes, undated
[Box 5, Folder 31] Magic Fiddle Bow, undated
[Box 5, Folder 32] Magic Organ, undated
[Box 5, Folder 33] Goldener, undated
[Box 5, Folder 34] Three Stupid Boys, undated
This series contains manuscripts of two works by Professor Hinkle: English as a Second Language and an untitled manuscript about linguistics.
[Box 5, Folder 35] English as Second Language [1 of 5], undated
[Box 6, Folder 1] English as Second Language [2 of 5], undated
[Box 6, Folder 2] English as Second Language [3 of 5], undated
[Box 6, Folder 3] English as Second Language [4 of 5], undated
[Box 6, Folder 4] English as Second Language [5 of 5], undated
[Box 6, Folder 5] Untitled Manuscript, undated
This series contains correspondence and other miscellaneous personal papers.
[Box 6, Folder 6] Correspondence [1 of 2], 1933 April 22 - 1941 January 31
[Box 6, Folder 7] Correspondence [2 of 2], 1941 February 3 - 1954 September 13
[Box 6, Folder 8] Coffee Houses, undated
[Box 6, Folder 9] Sippy Diet, undated
These handwritten notes were used in lectures given by Lawrence Earl Hinkle to a Bible Class at Christ Episcopal Church. In tham, he discussed Biblical history and some general history of religious thought.
[Box 6, Folder 10] Allen Godbey, 1922 - 1941
[Box 6, Folder 11] Churches, undated
[Box 6, Folder 12] Song of Solomon, undated
[Box 6, Folder 13] Abraham and Sarah, undated
[Box 6, Folder 14] Abraham sacrifices Isaac, undated
[Box 6, Folder 15] Ancient Hebrew Attitudes, undated
[Box 6, Folder 16] Ancient Scientific Concepts, undated
[Box 6, Folder 17] Athens, undated
[Box 6, Folder 18] Attitudes Towards the Bible, undated
[Box 6, Folder 19] Attitudes Towards the Bible (Historical), undated
[Box 6, Folder 20] Battle Heroes, undated
[Box 6, Folder 21] Beliefs about Contact with Deity, undated
[Box 6, Folder 22] Christianity, undated
[Box 6, Folder 23] Church Pathways, undated
[Box 6, Folder 24] Epistles, undated
[Box 6, Folder 25] Religious Practices, undated
[Box 6, Folder 26] Judaism, undated
[Box 6, Folder 27] Scripture, undated
[Box 6, Folder 28] Backgrounds to Christianity, undated
[Box 6, Folder 29] Miracles, undated
[Box 6, Folder 31] Hagiography, undated
[Box 6, Folder 30] Bible Stories, undated
[Box 6, Folder 32] Peace, undated
[Box 6, Folder 33] Problems in Christianity, undated
[Box 6, Folder 34] Society, undated
[Box 6, Folder 35] Psychology, undated
[Box 6, Folder 36] Bible Translations, undated
[Box 6, Folder 37] Miscellaneous, undated
Chinese Christian Poster, undated
These are personal items that belonged to Lawrence E. Hinkle.
[Card Box 8] Crochet needles, undated (Artifact Accession 1974.6.7)
[Card Box 8] Eyeglasses and case, undated (Artifact Accession 1974.6.1)
[Card Box 8] Iron Cross medal, 1939 (Artifact Accession 1974.6.8)
[Card Box 8] Keys, undated (Artifact Accession 1974.6.5-1974.6.6)
[Card Box 8] Pocket knife, undated (Artifact Accession 1974.6.2)
[Card Box 8] Signature stamp, undated (Artifact Accession 1974.6.3)
[Card Box 8] Sterling silver bookmark, engraved with "LEH", undated (Artifact Accession 1974.6.4)

Creator

Hinkle, Lawrence Earl, 1889-1964

Quantity

3.9 Linear feet 7 archival boxes, 1 cardbox

General Physical Description note

7 archival boxes, 1 cardbox

Location

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Language

English

Acquisitions Information

Received from Lawrence Earl Hinkle Jr., November 1974 (Accession no. 1974-0007); May 2005 (Accession no. 2005-0004).

Processing

Processed by: Jason Smith,;machine-readable finding aid created by: Jason Smith

Scope and Content Note

This collection includes correspondence, writings, lecture notes, publications, and academic journals of educator and linguist Lawrence Earl Hinkle, who served on the faculty of North Carolina State College (later North Carolina State University). The primary subject of Hinkle's papers refers to linguistics. Hinkle dedicated his life to education, especially foreign language education.

Biographical Note

Educator and linguist Lawrence Earl Hinkle was born in Marshfield, Missouri, on January 27, 1889. At age 22, he earned a Bachelors of Arts degree from the University of Colorado. He entered into the service of North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (later North Carolina State College and then North Carolina State University) on January 1, 1915. During his tenure at the college, Hinkle earned a Masters of Art degree from Columbia University in 1919 and a Docteur es Sciences du Langage from Dijon University (France) in 1929. Likewise, Hinkle studied at the University of Chicago, Harvard University, Princeton University, and Duke University. Prior to his appointment at North Carolina State College, Dr. Hinkle served as the President of Cokesbury Conference College and as a Professor of German at Northwestern State Teachers' College.

Hinkle served as Assistant Professor to Professor of Modern Languages at North Carolina State College from 1915 until his retirement in 1955 and as Head of the Department of Modern Languages beginning in 1922. While at North Carolina State, Dr. Hinkle was actively involved in the academic structure of the institution. He established the Translation Service, founded Sigma Pi Alpha, a national honorary language fraternity, and revised the registration and final examination system.

While at N.C. State, Hinkle wrote and lectured on many topics. These topics include the following titles, Some Things We Owe to Spain, Modern Languages and Literature in Relation to Citizenship, The Cherokee Language, The Nature and Growth of Language, Reading Knowledge Requirements and a Translation Service, and German Language. He was also a contributor to the United States Department of Agriculture Library, American Documentation Institute, and Journal of Documentary Reproduction. His many honors include being President of American Association of Teachers of Spanish, President of North Carolina Teachers of German, President of North Carolina Modern Language Association, President of German Section, South Atlantic Modern Lanugage Assocaiation, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Pi Alpha, International Who's Who, and Who's Who in American Education. On July 1, 1955 Dr. Hinkle retired and became Dean Emeritus. He died on October 2, 1964, in New York City.

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