Philosopher. Served on the faculty of Philosophy at the University of Minnesota, 1894-1902, and Columbia University, 1902-1939. His writings cover a broad range of subjects including history, literature, science, religion, and philosophy with emphasis on aesthetics, ethics, and metaphysics.
Manuscripts of essays and course notes taken while a student at Amherst College, 1884-1889, and at Berlin University, 1892-1894. Articles, addresses, essays, lectures, lecture notes and reading notes. Also included are diaries for the years 1936-1940 and correspondence concerning Amherst College, Columbia University, and Woodbridge's stay as a visiting scholar in Berlin, 1931-1932. Among his correspondents are: Frederick S. Allis, Secretary of the Amherst Board of Trustees; Stanley King, President of Amherst; and Nicholas Murray Butler, President of Columbia. Some photographs are also included.
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