William Hall Clawson fonds

Title: William Hall Clawson fonds

Dates of creation: 1900-1956

Physical description: 1.35 metres of textual and microform material

Biographical Sketch: Born 1879. William Hall Clawson was a professor of English at the University of Toronto from 1905 until his retirement in 1950.  He died in Guelph, Ontario on 21 February 1971.

Scope and content: Correspondence, course notes, lecture notes and draft articles largely compiled while a professor of English (1905-1950); typescript, photostat of original manuscript and microfilm copy, correspondence, etc.  relating to "Life of St. Norbert" by John Capgrave and edited by Clawson; bound volumes listing students and marks for classes taught by Clawson (1914-1950); Clawson's own student notebooks (1901-1906) on courses on Chaucer and Robin Hood; typescript of "The religious thought of Sir Thomas More" by Gervase [?] Burke, n.d.

Finding Aids: Container list

Access: Open

Accession number: B1987-0052