The Dorman G. Stout, Sr. Papers contain class lecture materials, correspondence, research data, surveys, readings, speeches, notes, poems, a music arrangement, and a typed manuscript. The papers date from 1859 to 1963. The predominate dates are from 1930-1963.
Additions to the collection include publications, reports, notes, newspaper clippings, other printed ephemera, and student papers related to various educational subjects of interest to Stout as an educator and scholar. Topics include the family, community development, sociology, social attitudes, childhood development, and other educational issues.
Conditions Governing Access
The papers were opened to researchers in January 1988.
Materials containing information on individual students (primarily Watson-Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal tests) have been restricted in accordance with the student's right to privacy under the law. These materials are filed in separate boxes from the main collection and may not be used by researchers.