Pocket daybooks; lecture notes (1903, 1904); lectures on Bunyan, Elizabethan fiction, 17th century fiction, romanticism, the
historical novel, Defoe, Swift, and the English novel; correspondence; manuscripts; and student papers.
Edward K. Putnam was an Instructor in the Department of English at Stanford from 1901 to 1906.
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