Casimir Douglas Zdanowicz, Sr. was a Professor of Modern Language and Literature at Vanderbilt from 1886 until his death in 1889. His son Casimir Douglass Zdanowicz, Jr. was a 1903 Vanderbilt graduate and became professor of Romance Languages at the University of Wisconsin. He died in 1953.
Scope and Contents
This collection contains five file folders which include ten pieces of correspondence, many of which are handwritten condolence letters sent to Mrs. Zdanowicz upon the death of her husband, Casimir Douglass Zdanowicz, Sr. It also contains a journal article written by Casimir Douglass Zdanowicz, Jr.
1880 - To C. E. Douglass, From C. Zdanowicz
April 16, 1888 - To C. Zdanowicz, From Waller Deering
July 16, 1889 - To Mrs. Zdanowicz, From C. Zdanowicz
October 4, 1889 - To Mrs.Estovo, From E. Estovo
October 4, 1889 - To Mrs. Zdanowicz, From J. L. Sheam
October 8, 1889 - To Mrs. Zdanowicz, From L. R. Gwattny
October 9, 1889 - To Mrs. Zdanowicz, From William E. Meade
October 10, 1889 - To Mrs. Zdanowicz, From James H. Carlisle
October 12, 1889 - To Mrs. Zdanowicz, From Willie Moncrieff
December 4, 1889 - To Charles F. Smith, From George W. F. Price
Moliere and Bergson's Theory of Laughter
reprinted from University of Wisconsin Studies, Number 20, n.d.
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