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Guide to the Anthony Walsh Papers


Series 1. Biographical Information
This series is made up of articles published about Dr. Walsh many relating to his work with phrenology, several drafts of his resume and curriculum vitae and miscellaneous biographical materials such as graduation and special event programs and copies of official certificates. The identification cards in the Salve Regina awards and identification folder are restricted access, as are the salary and tenure information in the Application, salary, tenure, and promotion - Salve Regina University folder. Previously in the archive, the miscellaneous awards, certificates and identification badges and cards from Salve were received under accession number 2008.048 and have been integrated with the rest of the Anthony Walsh papers.

Container Description Date
Box 1, Folder 1 *Resumes and Curriculum Vitae
Box 1, Folder 2 *Application, Salary, Tenure, and Promotion- Salve Regina University
Box 1, Folder 3 Articles and Publications about Dr. Walsh
Box 1, Folder 4 *Salve Regina Awards and Identification
Box 1, Folder 5 Miscellaneous Biographical Materials

Series 2. Salve Regina University
This series contains materials related to Dr. Walsh's employment at Salve Regina, including official correspondence with Salve Regina administration, correspondence relating to a sabbatical taken by Dr. Walsh to teach at Brown University in 1982, correspondence and reports relating to Salve Regina's Department of Psychology.

Container Description Date
Box 1, Folder 6 Official Correspondence with Salve Regina University Administration
Box 1, Folder 7 Sabbatical at Brown University
Box 1, Folder 8 Correspondence and Reports Relating to the Psychology Department at Salve Regina

Series 3. Cheiron
This series contains some information about Cheiron 14, a yearly convention of Cheiron: International Society for The History of The Behavioral and Social Sciences, hosted by Dr. Walsh at Salve Regina. Included is a list of pre-registered attendees, correspondence about the event-much of it thanking Dr. Walsh for doing such an excellent job-and materials produced for the event including a copy of the program and a folder assembled by Dr. Walsh relating to Newport, RI and the surrounding area for Cheiron attendees.

Container Description Date
Box 1, Folder 9 Cheiron 14

Series 4. Salve Regina Website
This material relates to the original Salve Regina University Web site, which was created by Dr. Walsh in 1996. Included are two articles about the main Web site and the Department of Psychology Web site, also designed by Walsh, correspondence about the Salve Regina Web site, Webgroup correspondence and agendas, and several website standards and operations manuals. Also included are printed copies of the main Salve Regina Web site and a few copies of the Department of Psychology Web page. It should be noted that Dr. Walsh used official University publications to supply much of the text for the website, including the 1995-96 Salve Regina University Sports Guide, a Graduate Extension Study Booklet from the mid-1990's, and a course list publication for the 1998 Summer Session at Salve Regina University.

Container Description Date
Box 1, Folder 10 Articles About the Salve Regina Web site Designed by Dr. Walsh
Box 1, Folder 11 Webpage Correspondence, including 1996 Internet World's Fair Information
Box 1, Folder 12 Webgroup Correspondence and Agendas
Box 2, Folder 1 Web site Standards and Operations Materials
Box 2, Folder 2 Print Copy of Website
1996 Apr 23-1996 Jul 24
Box 2, Folder 3 Print Copy of Website
1996 Jul 24
Box 2, Folder 4 Print Copy of Website
1996 Sep 6-2003 Sep 26
Box 2, Folder 5 Psychology Home Page

Series 5. Papers, Articles and Related Correspondence
This series contains a few papers from graduate school written in 1965; because they contain evaluative comments and grades written by the course instructor, these student papers are restricted. This series also contains published papers from 1968-1985, with the bulk of the articles published in the mid-1970's. The article Heads and Headlines: The Phrenological Fowlers is included in the series with several rough drafts and a copy of the final paper, collected in reverse chronological order by Dr. Walsh. Also included in the series are several images of a phrenological display Dr. Walsh created in 1976-77. Also contains correspondence relating to the field of psychology-specifically Phrenology addressed to Dr. Walsh. Also contains research correspondence from several institutions. The bulk of this series is located in correspondence related to particular articles written by Walsh and each corresponding publisher during the publishing process.

Container Description Date
Box 2, Folder 6 Academic and Research Correspondence
Box 2, Folder 7 Immediate Recall- Article for Psychological Reports- Publishing Correspondence
Box 2, Folder 8 Submission to Psychological Reports and Correspondence
Box 2, Folder 9 Article for Journal of the History of Medicine- Publishing Correspondence
Box 2, Folder 10 Book Review for the Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences and Related Correspondence
Box 2, Folder 11 *Papers
Box 3, Folder 1 Psychological Reports
1968 Apr
Box 3, Folder 2 Articles
a. (1966). Sex Differences in the Differential Recall of Taboo and Neutral Words. The Journal of Psychology, 63, 219-227 [Two copies, official reprints].
b. (1968). Immediate Recall of “Good Impression Value” and “Bad Impression Value” Verbs: Preliminary Report. Psychological Reports, 22(2), 647-652 [Two copies, official reprints].
c. (1970). Introduction. Observations on the Deranged Manifestations of the Mind. By J. C. Spurzheim. Gainesville, FL: Scholars’ Facsimiles and Reprints. v-xiii [Two copies, official reprints].
d. (1970). Is Phrenology Foolish? A Rejoinder. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 6(4), 358-361 [Two copies, official reprints].
e. (1971). George Combe: A Portrait of a Heretofore Generally Unknown Behaviorist. Journal of the Behavioral Sciences, 7, 269-278 [Two copies, official reprints].
f. (circa 1971). George Combe: Phrenologist, Philosopher, and Liberal Reformer. [One copy, original paper. Unpublished work written at the University of New Hampshire, ungraded].
g. (1971). Contributions to the History of Psychology: XIII Bibliographia Phrenologica. Psychological Reports, 28, 641-642 [Three copies, two official reprints, one manuscript].
h. (1972). Introduction. Observations on Mental Derangement. By A. Combe. Delmar, New York: Scholars’ Facsimiles and Reprints. v-xv. [Two copies, official reprints].
i. (1972). The American Tour of Dr. Spurzheim. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 27(2), 187-205 [Two copies, official reprints].
j. (1972). Physiognomy Considered in Relation to Perceptual-Cognitive Processes. [One copy, original paper. Unpublished work written at the University of New Hampshire, ungraded].
k. (1972). [Review of the Book Heads and Headlines: The Phrenological Fowlers]. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 3(4), 439-451 [Two photocopies].
Box 3, Folder 3 Articles
a. (1973). A Note on the Origin of ‘Modern’ Spiritualism. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 28(2), 161-171 [Two copies, official reprints].
b. (1974). Abstract: Johan Christoph Spurzheim and the Rise and Fall of Scientific Phrenology in Boston, 1832-1842. Dissertation Abstracts International: The Sciences and Engineering, 35(3), 1397-B-1398-B [Two photocopies].
c. (1975). Phrenology in the U.S.: A Reappraisal. Paper presented at the 83rd Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association [One copy, original paper].
d. (1975). Dictionary of Scientific Biography S.v., Johann Christoph Spurzheim, 12:1975, 596-597 [One draft copy, two original paper copies pre-publication, two photocopies of the entry within the dictionary].
e. (1976). Phrenology and the Boston Medical Community in the 1830’s. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 50, 261-273 [Three copies, one original publication and two official reprints].
f. (1976). The ‘New Science of the Mind’ and the Philadelphia Physicians in the Early 1800’s. Transactions and Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. 4th Ser., 43(4) [Two copies, official reprints].
Box 3, Folder 4 Articles
a. (1977). Does Psychology Have a Authoritative Biographical Dictionary on the “Great Psychologists?” [Review of the Book Names in the History of Psychology: A Biographical Sourcebook]. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 13(1), 93-99 [Two photocopies].
b. (1978). Mollie Fancher: ‘The Brooklyn Enigma’. Newport, 1(2), 10-18 [Four copies, two original publication, two official reprint].
c. (1979). The Curious Trial of the “Durham Boy”. Newport 2(2), 4-8 [Four copies, two original publication, two official reprint].
Box 3, Folder 5 Articles
a. (1982). When Heads were Headlines. [Four copies, two each from separate printings. Salve Regina University Department of Psychology internal publication].
b. (1984). Johann Christoph Spurzheim: In Memoriam. History of Psychology, 16(2), 1-6 [One copy, original publication].
c. (1985, February). Phrenology Applied: The Trial and Conviction of Major Mitchell. Communique, pp. 3-4 [One copy, original publication, with associated correspondence].
Box 3, Folder 6 Display and Paper Drafts
1972, 1976-1977