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Materials collected from the participation of Professor Cummings's participation in the Language clubs. These clubs, among others, include the German, French, and Polyglot clubs.
Notes and papers from classes of linguistics that Cummings created. The records include class syllabi for theory, interpretations, and a glossary of terms.
Materials used in teaching Professor Cummings's French novel class.
Papers written by Benjamin F. Cummings that were read at various conventions. Subjects approached include: problems in the science of modern meaning as related to language teaching; the development of a vocabulary; religious hypocrisy as the theme of Moliere's Tartuffe; a letter to a physically handicapped girl; and semantics and vocabulary building.
Italian literature once in possession of Cummings.
Syllabus for a French Civilization class taught by Cummings.
Papers about a Benjamin F. Cummings language seminar that informed a general language background for graduates.