Negley K. Teeters Personal Papers

Collection ID: 
Record Group
Date: 
1896-1971

BIOGRAPHY

Negley K. Teeters was a distinguished faculty member of Temple University from 1927 to 1963, internationally respected for his work in sociology and criminology and for his many publications in those subject fields.

Born in Steubenville, Ohio on November 16, 1896, he received his B.A. from Oberlin College in 1920 where he was greatly influenced by Herbert A. Miller, one of the early reformer sociologists.  Teeters taught for a year at Ohio State University, where he received his M.A. (1925) and Ph.D. (1931) degrees.  In 1927 he joined the faculty of Temple University where he served for 36 years, rising from Instructor to Full Professor, and later Professor Emeritus.  For brief periods he also taught at the University of Chicago, University of Southern California, and, at the end of his career at Hartwick College, New York.

His teaching brought him the Lindback Award for distinguished teaching and other awards paid tribute to his contributions to sociology and criminology.  In the latter field, his dozen books and 75 journal articles helped to spread greater understanding of those who run afoul of the law and to stimulate an enlightened approach to penal reform.  He did not isolate his teaching from practical applications and often became an advocate for particular needs of the criminal justice system.  In one notable California case, he and his co-author and longtime friend, Harry Elmer Barnes, became active in the defense of Caryl Chessman, convicted as a murderer and executed in 1960.  The Teeters-Barnes correspondence in the Teeters Papers includes various exchanges on their writing of the three editions of New Horizons in Criminology, materials related to the Chessman case, and opinions and data on many other issues in criminology and sociology.

In his last teaching period at Hartwick College, he became interested in business history and its sociological impact, utilizing the resources of the Newcomen Society.  Some of the research results of his students in this subject area are a part of the collection.

Teeters died in Oneonta on October 30, 1971.

Books published are all in the Conwellana-Templana Collection.

            Challenge of Delinquency, with John Otto Reineman (1950).

            Cradle of the Penitentiary (1955).

            Deliberations of the International Penal and Penitentiary Congresses

               (1949).

            Hang by the Neck, with Jack Hedblom (1967).

            New Horizons in Criminology, with Harry Elmer Barnes (1943, 1951,

               1959).

            Penology from Panama to Cape Horn (1946)

            The Prison at Philadelphia, Cherry Hill (1957).

            Scaffold and Chair (1963).

            They Were in Prison (1937).

            World Penal Systems (1944).
 

DONORS

The bulk of Dr. Teeters’ papers came as gifts from him to the Conwellana-Templana Collection, chiefly at the time of his retirement from Temple University.  Some additions were received later, after he had established himself at Hartwick College.  Further materials came from his widow, Mrs. Ruth Teeters (later Chomsky), in the period soon after his death.  A limited number of the later items were gifts of a couple of other individuals, so noted in the inventory (AR 94-9-4, Box #1, Folder 1 and 2).

In 1974, the Curator of the Conwellana-Templana Collection, Miriam Crawford, and Dr. Gene Gressley, Curator of the Western History Collection at the University of Wyoming, where Harry Elmer Barnes’ papers had been given, arranged from the exchange of photocopies of the correspondence of Barnes and Teeters from their respective repositories.  Dr. Gressley included in the photocopies forwarded to Temple the detailed Index to the more extensive Barnes Collection at the University of Wyoming, listed here at the end of the inventory.

Literary rights to Dr. Teeters’ writings have been given by Mrs. Chomsky to the Conwellana-Templana Collection.  After the exchange of the Barnes-Teeters correspondence with the University of Wyoming, Dr. Robert Barnes and Mrs. Barbara Pilford, son and daughter of Harry Elmer Barnes, did the same for the original letters of Barnes written to Dr. Teeters and now in the Teeters Papers.

 

DESCRIPTIVE INVENTORY

                        Box1              A-M [mimeographed]:

 

Folder 1                                 Executions under State Authority, 1864-1966, comp. by

                                                Negley K. Teeters and Charles J. Zibulka.

                                                (copy in TEM 196 T25E9)

            1a                                Executions under State Authority – Source Materials

            2                                  Home Town Hangings in the County Jails of Pennsylvania,

                                                1834-1913.  27p.

            3                                  List of Electrocutions in N.Y., 1890-1965.

            4                                  List of Electrocutions in Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,

                                                1915-1963.

            5                                  Lynchings in the States of the Northeast
 

                        Box 2             New Horizons in Criminology, [Typescript, printer’s copy] 3d.

                                                ed. 1959.

Folder 1                                 Contents, Preface & Running Heads

             2                                 BK. 1 Pt. 1A

             3                                 BK. 1 Pt. 1B

             4                                 BK. 1 Pt. 2

             5                                 BK. 1 Pt. 3
 

                        Box 3             New Horizons in Criminology, [Typescript, printer’s copy] 3d.

                                                ed. 1959.

Folder 1                                 BK. Corrections

             2                                 BK. 2 Pt. 2A

             3                                 BK. 2 Pt. 2B          

             4                                 BK. 2 Pt. 3A

             5                                 BK. 2 Pt. 3B

             6                                 BK. 2 Pt. 4A

             7                                 BK. 2 Pt. 4B

             8                                 Indexes

                                                Typescripts (Alphabetical) Related Correspondence, Source Materials, etc.
 

                        Box 4             P-Z:

Folder 1                                 Prison Architecture in the Nineteenth Century, Pt. 1-2

             1a                               Prison Architecture – Correspondence, Photos, and
                                                Source Materials

             1b                               The Prison at Philadelphia: Cherry Hill, Title-page – Ch. 4

             1c                               Same, Ch. 5, Appendix IV                                               

             2                                 Public Executions in Pennsylvania, 1682-1834.  [Typescript,

                                                rough draft]. (Published in Lancaster County Historical

                                                Society Journal, Spring 1960.

             2a                               Public Executions in Pennsylvania-Source Materials

             3                                 Record of Murders & Executions in Phila. 1682-1866
                                                mimeographed.

             4                                 Tentative List of Hangings in County Jails of Pennsylvania,
                                                1834-1913. 1961?  65p. mimeographed.           

 

AR94-9

94-9-2                                     Books Histories (Chronological);
                                                Summary accounts, book reviews, personal comments,
                                                correspondence, and publishers’ reports on all of Dr.
                                                Teeters’ published books.

Folder 1         Box 1             They Were in Prison, 1937.

             2                                 New Horizons in Criminology, by Harry Elmer Barnes and
                                                Teeters, 1943.  Books reviews.

             3                                 New Horizons in Criminology, 1943.  Publicity, Comments,
                                                etc.

             4                                 World Penal Systems, 1944.  Book reviews, etc.

             5                                 Deliberations of the International Penal & Penitentiary
                                                Congresses, 1946.  Negotiations with Commission, Reviews,
                                                etc.

             6                                 Penology from Panama to Cape Horn, 1946.  Book reviews.

             7                                 Challenge of Delinquency, 1950.  Book reviews.

             8                                 New Horizons in Criminology. 2d ed. 1951.

             9                                 Cradle of the Penitentiary. 1955.  Book reviews.

            10                                Cradle of the Penitentiary.  1955.  Photostats documenting
                                                sheriff’s expenses, Pennsylvania counties.

            11                                The Prison at Philadelphia: Cherry Hill.

            11a                             The Prison at Philadelphia: Cherry Hill – Source Materials,
                                                including Typescript “The Case of Charles Dickens’
                                                ‘Dutchman’, Charles Langenheimer.”

            12                                New Horizons in Criminology, 3d. ed.,1959. Book reviews.

            13        Box 2             Hang by the Neck, by Teeters and Jack Hedblom. 1967.
                                                Includes News stories on Folk Festival, Lancaster, Pa., June
                                                1967, by Harriet Bleakly, with articles on seminars
                                                conducted by Teeters.

            13a     Box 2             Hang by the NeckCorrespondence, Source Materials, etc.

            13b                             Hang by the Neck – Galley proof.
 

94-9-3                                     Career, Correspondence, & Source Materials:

Folder 1         Box 1             Temple University annual Contracts and Related
                                                Correspondence, 1927-1963.

            2-3                              Correspondence with, and about Harry Elmer Barnes, 1940-
                                                1968. (2 folders: Folder 2, chiefly, to 1955.  Folder 3, chiefly
                                                later).  An extensive file of correspondence between the two
                                                authorities on sociology and criminology, beginning shortly
                                                before their first joint publication, and covering details of
                                                personal interest, professional activity, and their publications,
                                                joint and individual.  Includes a few letters to and from other
                                                individuals.  (See also AR94-9-4).

             3a                               Pamphlets by Harry Elmer Barnes [and related items]

             4-5                             File on Caryl Chessman.  (2 folders).
                                                Articles, documents, correspondence, chiefly from Harry
                                                Elmer Barnes “… a conglomerate of material on the
                                                Chessman affair which almost defiles description – both the
                                                case and the material actually.  “Harry Elmer Barnes was
                                                highly incensed at the way the Chessman case developed
                                                and felt it to be the grossest miscarriage of justice in the
                                                nation’s history, perhaps aside from the Sacco-Vanzetti
                                                case.  He hoped to get a manuscript on the case published
                                                and enlisted the services of many persons who were
                                                sympathetic, but it never did materialize.  His plan was to
                                                develop the various mss. Into a two-volume work.  Through
                                                the years, toward the end, and some time thereafter, he sent
                                                me much material and helped me formulate my “chapter” in
                                                the book.  Fortunately I was able to read my material (see
                                                pamphlet) and to get it published in Lucknow, India.  I was
                                                unable to find a American journal willing to publish it.
                                                I must admit that much of the data came in one form or
                                                another from Barnes but the theme is mine.  “Some day
                                                someone may do a definitive work on Chessman.  All of
                                                Barnes’ material, not only on this case, but on all of his
                                                projects, etc. are lodged in the Western history Center, Univ.
                                                of Wyoming.  Whoever wants to do work on Chessman
                                                would be prompted to visit those archives.” – June 2, 1970,
                                                Negley K. Teeters.

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Folder 4                                 Published items.

             5                                 Correspondence Reports, etc.

             6                                 File on Robert Stroud, “Birdman of Alcatraz”.
                                                Articles, Correspondence, etc.

                        Box 2            

Folder 1                                 Miscellaneous Professional Items

Folder 2                                 Addresses, Articles, and Sources, Miscellaneous.  Includes
                                                Typescript of Teeters’ last article(?)
                                                The Smoke Screen of the Revolutionary as the Cause of
                                                Prison Riots, and its publication in The Hartwick Sociologist,
                                                Spring 1972, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 1-3.

Folder 3                                 Awards, and Relevant Correspondence, including telegram
                                                from John F. Kennedy.

             4                                 Award from Hartwick College, 1971: H. Claude Hardy
                                                Award, in Leatherette case. 

             5                                 Capital Punishment, collection of printed sources

             6                                 Executions, by State, including Hangings – Lists & Sources

             7                                 German Pedlar’s (!) Grave

             8                                 Halfway Houses, printed materials, various authors

             9                                 Illustrations on Hanging, etc.

            10                                Lynchings – Source Materials

            11                                Minors, Execution of

            12                                Source Materials on Executions, Witchcraft, etc.
                                                (chiefly from L. Maria Child)

            13                                Witherspoon Case

 

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                        Box 1             Later Papers and Other Sources:

Folder 1                                 Additions re Caryl Chessman:
                                                “Caryl Whittier Chessman, 1921-1960:  Essay and
                                                Critical Bibliography”, compiled by Andrew O. Largo
                                                [donor].  1971.

             2                                 From Dean Leslie G. Rude, Hartwick College, 1971:
                                                Presentation of Dr. Teeters as H. Claude Hardy Professor of
                                                Sociology at Hartwick College, Sept. 9, 1971; Biographical
                                                sketch by Althea Simpson, 1971; memorial tribute and
                                                obituaries of Dr. Teeters, Oct. 31 and November 1971;
                                                Program of The Negley K. Teeters Symposium on Crime in
                                                America, Hartwick College, 23 March to 18 May 1972.

             3                                 Newcomen Society Correspondence, re: Histories of
                                                Business Firms.  (Folders 3-8, from courses taught at
                                                Hartwick).

             4                                 Data Collected on Founders of Business Firms, A-B

             5                                 Data Collected on Founders of Business Firms, C-F

             6                                 Data Collected on Founders of Business Firms, G-L

             7                                 Data Collected on Founders of Business Firms, M-R

             8                                 Data Collected on Founders of Business Firms, S-Z
 

                        Box 2             Additions from Barnes Collection, University of Wyoming
                                                (Includes Guide to Index Sheets)

Folder 1                                 Correspondence, Harry Elmer Barnes to Negley Teeters,
                                                1940-1968.

             2                                 Correspondence, Negley Teeters to Harry Elmer Barnes,
                                                April 15, 1937-December 1960.

             3                                 Correspondence, Negley Teeters to Harry Elmer Barnes,
                                                January 1961-August 16, 1968.

             4                                 Correspondence, Negley teeters to Harry Elmer Barnes,
                                                Dates incomplete.

             5                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, A

 

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                        Box 2

Folder 6                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, B-Bev

             7                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, Bew-Bz

             8                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondences, Unidentified

             9                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, C

            10                                Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, D

            11                                Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, E

            12                                Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, F

            13                                Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, G

            14                                Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, H

            15                                Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, I-K
 

                        Box 3            

 

Folder 1                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, L

             2                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, M

             3                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, N-O

             4                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, P-Q

             5                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, R

             6                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, S

             7                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, T-V

             8                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Correspondents, W-Z

             9                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Separate Corresp., A-E

            10                                Index to Barnes Collection: Separate Corresp., F-L

            11                                Index to Barnes Collection: Separate Corresp., M-P

 

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                        Box 3

Folder 12                              Index to Barnes Collection: Separate Corresp., R-Z

                        Box 4

Folder 1                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Formletters, Memos, Telegrams
                                               & Restricted

             2                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Advts/ - Magazine…

             3                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Manuscripts - Misc.

             4                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Newsletters - News Releases

             5                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Notes – Periodical (E)

             6                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Periodical (F) – Programs

             7                                 Index to Barnes Collection: Radio – Travel

 

Items Related to Dr. Teeters in Other Locations
in the Conwellana-Templana Collection

-Books by Dr. Teeters are classified in TEM 196.

-Photographs are in the Picture File, PF: Faculty (Individual).

-Awards, Certificates and other Documents and Oversize Photocopies are shelved

 in the Map Case, MT5-676-678.

-Journal Articles are shelved in Temple Author Reprints, Index to which is attached.


Articles and Reprints

1932   CENSORSHIP AS A CONTROL DEVICE REGULATING SEX BEHAVIOR.-
           Reprinted from:  Abstracts of Doctors’ Dissertations, no. 8, The Ohio State
           University Press, 1932, pp. 159-168.  (3 copies)

1936   PIONEER PENNSYLVANIA PENOLOGISTS.-
           (Teeters, Negley K.)
           From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 16, no. 1, January, 1936, pp. 212-219.

1937   THE PENNSYLVANIA PRISON SOCIETY – A CENTURY AND A HALF OF
            PENAL REFORM.-  (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, vol. 28, no. 3,
            September-October, 1937, pp. 374-379.

1939   PRISON IDLENESS IN AMERICA IS ONE OUR NATIONAL CURSES.-
           (Teeters, Negley K.)
           From:  the Prison Journal, vol. 19, no. 3, July-October, 1939, pp. 562-563.

           THE ROLE OF PRISON VISITING IN THE PENAL PROGRAM.-
           Reprinted from:  The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, vol. 30, no. 4,
           November-December 1939, pp. 485-491.  (2 copies)

1940   A PRELIMINARY NOTE ON PRISON VISITING IN AMERICAN PRISONS.-
           From:  the Prison Journal, vol. 20, no. 1, January 1940, pp. 35-37.

           DIGNIFIED PRISON VISITING:  A NECESSITY IN INSTITUTIONAL
           PROCEDURE.-  (Teeters, Negley K.)
           From:  Jail Association Journal, vol. 2, no. 2, March-April, 1940, pp. 25-29.

1943   BENJAMIN RUSH, PIONEER PENAL REFORMER.-
           From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 23, no. 2, April 1943, pp. 306-309.  (2 copies)

           THE ROLE OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION IN DELINQUENCY AND CRIME.-
           (Teeters, Negley K.)
           From:  The Arbitrator, vol. 25, nos. 7-8, July-August, 1943, pp. 4-5.

           WHO ARE THE REAL CRIMINALS?-
           From:  Science Digest, vol. 14, no. 1, July 1943, pp. 23-24.
           (Barnes, Harry Elmer, and Teeters, Negley K.)

1944   REPORT ON THE PENAL AND CORRECTIIONAL SYSTEM OF THE STATE
           OF PENNSYLVANIA.- 
           (Barnes, Harry Elmer, Teeters, Negley K., & Fraser, Albert G.)
           January 21, 1944, Mimeographed, 19p.

           THE PHILADELPHIA SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF DISTRESSED
           PRISONERS.-  (Teeters, Negley K.)
           From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 24, no. 4, October, 1944, pp. 452-455.

           NUEVOS HORIZONTES EN CRIMINOLOGIA.-
           (Teeters, Negley K.)
           From:  Revista De Diencias Penales, vol. 7, no. 4, October-December, 1944,
           pp. 338-344.

1945   ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF THE PRISON JOURNAL.-
           From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 25, no. 1, January 1945, pp. 7-11. (2 copies)

           SOME ASPECTS OF SOUTH AMERICAN PENOLOGY.- PART I.-
           From:  Federal Probation, vol. 9, no. 1, January-March 1945, pp. 15-20.
           (2 copies)

           SOME ASPECTS OF SOUTH AMERICAN PENOLOGY.- PART II.-
           From:  Federal Probation, vol. 9, no. 2, April-June 1945, pp. 33-37. (2 copies)

           QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.-
           From:  Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology.  Including the American
           Journal of Police Science, vol. 35, no. 6, March-April 1945, pp. 408-412.
           (2 copies)

           THE LOSS OF CIVIL RIGHTS OF THE CONVICTED FELON AND THEIR
           REINSTATEMENT.-
           From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 25, no. 3, July 1945, pp. 77-87. (2 copies)

           LATIN AMERICAN NEWS [A description of a four-month tour of South
            America taken by Negley Teeters in the Summer of 1944].  (Kutas, S.B.)
            From:  Journal of Clinical Psychopathology and Psychotherapy, vol. 6, no. 3
            & 4, January-April, 1945, pp. 601-605.

1946   THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL PENITENTIARY CONGRESSES: 1846 – 47 –
            57.-
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 26, no. 3, July 1946, pp. 190-211. (2 copies)

            ARGENTINA’S COTTAGE HOMES FOR CHILDREN.-
            From:  Bulletin of the Pan American Union, vol. 80, no. 1, January 1946,
            pp. 41-44. (2 copies)

1946   FUNDAMENTALS OF CRIME PREVENTION.-
            From:  Federal Probation, vol. 10, no. 2, April-June 1946, pp. 25-30.
            (2 copies)

            TOMORROW’S PRISON.-
            Reprinted from:  The Social Service Review, vol. 20, no. 2, June 1946,
            pp. 221-230. (2 copies)

1947   ABOLISH THE JURY SYSTEM.-
            From:  Forum, vol. 108, no. 1, July 1947, pp. 7-13. (2 copies)

            EARLY DAYS OF THE MAINE STATE PRISON AT THOMASTON.-
            Reprinted from:  The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology of Northwestern
            University, vol. 38, no. 2, July-August, 1947, pp. 104-118. (2 copies)

1949   THE INTERNATIONAL PENAL AND PENITENTIARY CONGRESS (1910)
            AND THE INDETERMINATE SENTENCE.-
            Reprinted from:  the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology of Northwestern
            University, vol. 39, no. 5, January-February, 1949, pp. 618-628. (2 copies)

            THE MONUMENTS TO JOHN HOWARD AT KHERSON IN THE UKRAINE.-
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 29, no. 3, October 1949, pp. 86-89.

            THE EARLY DAYS OF THE EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY AT
            PHILADELPHIA.-
            From:  Pennsylvania History, vol. 16, no. 4, October 1949, pp. 261-302.
            (3 copies)

            WORLD PENAL SYSTEMS.-
            Reprinted from:  Encyclopedia of Criminology, 1949, pp. 515-521. (2 copies)

1950   INSTITUTIONAL TREATMENT OF JUVENILE DELINQUENTS.-
            From:  The Nebraska Law Review, vol. 29, no. 4, May 1950. (2 copies)

            SUBSTITUTES FOR CELLULAR CONFINEMENT.-
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 30, no. 3, July 1950, pp. 60-64. (2 copies)
           
            WHAT DEVELOPMENTS HAVE THERE BEEN IN THE PENAL TREATMENT
            OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS (REFORMATORY, BORSTAL INSTITUTION,
            “PRISON_ECOLE”, ETC.)?.-
            From:  The 12th International Penal and Penitentiary Congress, the Hague,
            1950, pp. 1-9. (2 copies)

            REVIEW OF: DELIBERATIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL PENAL AND
            PENITENTIARY CONGRESSES, by: NEGLEY K. TEETERS.-
            Reviewed by: Marjorie Bell.  From:  Focus, vol. 29, no. 4, July 1950, pp. 106-109.

1950   REVIEW OF: HANDBOOK OF CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS, DESIGN AND
            CONSTRUCTION, by: FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INC.
            Reviewed by: N,K. Teeters.
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 30, no. 2, April 1950, pp. 41-42.

            REVIEW OF: HOMER LANE AND THE LITTLE COMMONWEALTH,
            by: E.T. Bazeley; and TALKS TO PARENTS AND TEACHERS, by: Homer Lane.
            Reviewed by: N.K. Teeters.
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 30, no. 2, April 1950, pp. 42-44.

            DER ERSTE INTERNATIONALE STRAFANSTALTSKONGRESS.-
            28-30 September 1846, in Frankfurt OK Main.  (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Zeitschrift Für Strafuollzug, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1950, pp. 50-57.

            DER ZWEITE INTERNATIONALE STRAFANSTALTSKONGRESS.-
            20-23 September 1847, in Brüssel.  (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Zeitschrift Für Strafuollzog, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 41-48.

            OBSERVATIONS ON JUVENILE DEINQUENCY.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            Temple University Alumni Review, vol. 3, no. 1, December 1950, p. 10.

            THE GAOL AT WYMONDHAM, NORFOLK.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Prison World, vol. 12, no. 2, March-April 1950, pp. 22-23.

1951   THE PRISON SYSTEMS OF ENGLAND.-
            Reprinted from:  Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology of Northwestern
            University, vol. 41, no. 5, January-February 1951, pp. 578-589. (2 copies)

            SOUTH AMERICAN PENOLOGY IN 1951.-
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 31, no. 4, October 1951, pp. 94-100. (2 copies)

            VISITA DO PROF. TEETERS A PENITENCIARIA DE MULHERES:
            CONTRIBUICĀO DE DINORAH – PRESIDIARIA 370.-
            From:  A Estrêla, vol. 1, no. 5, September 1951, pp. 59, 65.

1952   SOCIAL PIONEERS.  No. 1: John Howard.-
            (Teeters, Negley k.)
            From:  Social Service, vol. 25, no. 5, March-May, 1952, pp. 155-158.

            A LIMITED SURVEY OF SOME PRISON PRACTICES AND POLICIES.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Prison World, vol. 14, no. 3, May-June, pp. 5-8.

1952   A REPLY TO FATHER COOGAN’S ARTICLE [CRITICIZING NEW HORIZONS
            IN CRIMINOLOGY].-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Federal Probation, vol. 16, no. 3, September 1952, pp. 40-42.

            REPLIES TO FATHER COOGAN’S ARTICLE: A REPLY by Negley K. Teeters,
            PhD.  (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Federal Probation, vol. 16, no. 3, September 1952, pp. 40-42.

1953   THE DILEMMA OF PRISON RIOTS.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 33, no. 1, April, 1953, pp. 14-20.

            REFORMATORY PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES.-
            (Teeters, Negley K. & Burbank, Edmund G.)
            From:  the Prison World, vol. 15, no. 3, May-June 1953, pp. 3-7. (2 copies)

            RELIGION AS A DETERRENT: A REPLY TO FATHER COOGAN.-
            From:  Focus, July 1953, pp. 108-111.  (Reply to article: “Religion a Corrective
            Agent”, by J.E. Coogan, S.J., published in FOCUS, vol. 32, no. 3, May 1953,
             pp. 70-75).  Articles included. (2 copies)

            PSYCHIATRIC TREATMENT OF OFFENDERS IN DENMARK.-
            (Stürup, Dr. George K., introduction by Dr. Negley K. Teeters).
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 33, no. 2, October 1953, pp. 2-5. (2 copies)

            PSYCHIATRIC TREATMENT OF OFFENDERS IN DENMARK.-
            (Stürup, George K. and Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 33, no. 3, October 1953, pp. 2-6.

1954   WHAT HAVE THE STATES DONE ABOUT RIOTS?-  (Editorial)
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 34, no. 1, April 1954, pp. 3-5. (2 copies)

            REVIEW OF: THE SEXUAL PARADOX, by Isabel Drummond.
            Reviewed by: Negley K. Teeters.
            From:  Temple Law Quarterly, vol. 27, no. 3, Winter 1954, pp. 370-371.

            A PLAN FOR THE PUNISHMENT OF CRIME, TWO ESSAYS by BENJAMIN
            RUSH, M.D., 1746-1813.
            (Teeters, Negley K., Editor)
            Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Prison Society, 1954, 24p. (2 copies)

1955   THE STRANGE CASE OF CARYL CHESSMAN.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Alumni Review Temple University, vol. 7, no. 4, October 1955, pp. 16-18.

1956   THE FIRST CONFERENCES OF PRISON ADMINISTRATORS IN THIS
            COUNTRY. FORERUNNER OF THE AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL
            ASSOCIATION.-
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 36, no. 1, April 1956, pp. 27-31.

            GROUP PROBLEMS IN CRIME AND PUNISHMENT, by HERMANN
            MANHEIM.-
            Reviewed by:  Negley K. Teeters.
            From:  Social Service Quarterly, vol. 29, no. 4, March-May 1956, pp. 194-196.

            THE EARLY DAYS OF THE MAGDALEN SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA.-
            Reprinted from:  The Social Service Review, vol. 30, no. 2, June 1956,
            pp. 158-167. (2 copies)

            CHARLES DICKENS AND HIS CHERRY HILL PRISONERS.-
            From:  Alumni Review, Temple University, October 1956, pp. 2-7. (2 copies)

            HISTORICAL VIEW PROVES FAILURE OF PRESENT AMERICAN PRISON
            METHODS.-
            From:  The Menard time, December 15, 1956, p. 10; and The Presido, vol. 24,
            No. 3, May 1957, pp. 24-25.

            JUVENILE DELINQUENCY – A CHALLENGE TO PHILADELPHIA.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Crime Prevention Association of Philadelphia. 1956, Annual Report,
            pp. 10-11.

            Review of:  GROUP PROBLEMS IN CRIME AND PUNISHMENT, by:
            HERMANN MANHEIM.
            Reviewed by:  Negley K. Teeters.
            From:  Social Service Quarterly, vol. 29, no. 4, March-May 1956, pp. 194-196.

1957   HOW CHRISTIAN IS AN AMERICAN PRISON?-
            From:  The Christian Family, vol. 52, no. 8, September 1957.

1958   PUBLIC EXECUTIONS IN PHILADELPHIA.-
            Reprinted from:  The Prison Journal, October 1958, pp. 1-11. (2 copies)

            SECONDARY COMMUNITY INFLUENCES AND DELINQUENCY.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            Reprinted from:  Proceedings of the 13th Congress of the International
            Association of Applied Psychology, Rome, April 9-14, 1958, 6p.

1958   SOCIAL READJUSTMENT OF DISCHARGED PRISONERS.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            Reprinted from:  Proceedings of the 13th Congress of the International
            Association of Applied Psychology, Rome, April 9-14, 1958, 9p.

            REVIEW OF: THEORETICAL CRIMINOLOGY, by: GEORGE VOLD.
            Reviewed by: Negley K. Teeters.
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 38, no. 1, April, 1958, pp. 27-28.

1959   EARLY HANGINGS HAD FESTIVE AIR.-
            From:  Temple University News, April 10, 1959, p. 3.

            CRIMES DURING REVOLUTION SHOWED MARKED INCREASE.-
            Reprinted from:  Temple University News, April 15, 1959, p. 3.

            MANY PUBLIC HANGINGS HAD DRAMATIC, PERSONAL FLAIR.-
            Reprinted from:  Temple University News, May 6, 1959, p. 3.

            THE EXTENT OF DELINQUENCY IN THE UNITED STATES.-
            (Teeters, Negley K., & Matza, David)
            From:  The Journal of Negro Education, vol. 28, no. 3, Summer 1959,
            pp. 200-213.

            PUBLIC HANGINGS IN PENNSYLVANIA.-
            From:  Alumni Review, Temple University, January 1959, pp. 28-32. (2 copies)

            HANGINGS, FLOGGINGS WERE PART OF EARLY PENAL CODES.-
            Reprinted from:  Temple University News, March 18, 1959, p. 3.

            FIERY DEATH DECREED FOR EARLY PENNSYLVANIA MURDERESS.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            Reprinted from:  Temple University News, Friday, April 3, 1959, p. 6.

            FIRST DEATH DECREED FOR EARLY PENNSYLVANIA MURDERESS.-
            From:  Temple University News, April 3, 1959, p. 6.

            ON PUBLIC EXECUTIONS.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  the Eastern Echo, vol. 4, no. 3, Fall 1959, pp. 18-20.

1960   CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN THE UNITED STATES IN THE LIGHT OF THE
            CHESSMAN CASE.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            Speech Delivered Law School, Sao Paulo, Brasil, Summer 1960, pp. 42-65.

1960   THE EARLY DAYS OF THE PHILADELPHIA HOUSE OF REFUGE.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Pennsylvania History, vol. 27, no. 2, April 1960, pp. 165-187.

            NEGLEY K. TEETERS: A TRIBUTE.-
            (Fraser, Albert; Burbank, Edmund; and Bacon, Richard)
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 40, no. 2, p. 72. (2 copies)

            PUBLIC EXECUTIONS IN PENNSYLVANIA 1682 TO 1834 WITH ANNOTATED
            LISTS OF PERSONS EXECUTED; AND OF DELAYS, PARDONS AND
            REPRIEVES OF PERSONS SENTENCED TO DEATH IN PENNSYLVANIA
            1682 TO 1834.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            Reprinted from:  Journal of the Lancaster County Historical Society, vol. 64, no.
            2, Spring 1960, pp. 86-164. (2 copies)

            ROBERTS AND RICHARD VAUX – PHILADELPHIA PENAL REFORMERS.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  American Journal of Correction, vol. 22, no. 1, January-February, 1960,
            pp. 14-13 (sic), 23-25.

1961   THE SIX SYSTEMS OF PENAL LABOR.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  The Eastern Echo, vol. 6, no. 2, Fall 1961, pp. 8-11.

1962   REVIEW OF: PIONEERS IN CRIMINOLOGY, EDITED AND INTRODUCED by:
            HERMANN MANHEIM.-
            Reviewed by: Negley K. Teeters.
            From:  The Social Service Review, vol. 36, no. 1, March 1962, pp. 101-102.

            CITIZEN CONCERN AND ACTION OVER 175 YEARS.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 42, no. 1, Spring 1962, pp. 5-36.

            THE ACADEMIC CRIMINOLOGIST AND HIS RESPONSIBILITY FOR SOCIAL
            ACTION.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            Paper read at the annual joint meeting of the American Society of Criminology
            and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Philadelphia,
            Penna., December 29, 1962, upon being presented the August Vollmer Award
            for 1962 by the American Society of Criminology, 23p. (2 copies)

1963   CALEB LOWNES OF PHILADELPHIA: 1754-1828; ADMINISTRATOR OF THE
            FIRST PENITENTIARY IN THE WORLD – THE WALNUT STREET JAIL.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            Reprinted from:  The Prison Journal, vol. 43, no. 2, Autumn 1963 issue, 11p.

1963   EL CRIMINOLOGO Y SU RESPONSABILIDAD ANTE LA SOCIEDAD.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Revista Chilena De Ciencia Penitenciaria Y De Derecho Penal, Abril de
            1963, Tomo XVII, no. 11, pp. 43-59.

1964   EL CRIMINOLOGO UNIVERSITARIO Y SU DEBER DE ACTUAR
            SOCIALMENTE.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Instituto Nacional De Estudios Juridicos, Tomo XVII, Fasciculo III,
            Sepbre.-Dicbre. MCMLXIV, pp. 405-421. (2 copies)

1965   AN EXPERT REPLIES.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From: Salt, Summer 1965, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 19-21.

1965   CRIME IN THE “GOOD OLD DAYS” OF PHILADELPHIA.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            Reprinted from:  Germantown Crier, May 1965, pp. 1-11, vol. 17, Part I.
            (2 copies)

            CRIME IN THE “GOOD OLD DAYS” OF PHILADELPHIA.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Germantown Crier, September 1965, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 77-70 (sic),
            Part II.

            THE DILEMMA IN THE FIELD OF MODERN CORRECTIONS.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  The Hartwick College Bulletin, February 1965, Oneonta, N.Y., vol. 38, no.
            1, pp. 2-4. (2 copies)

1966   EXECUTIONS IN NEW YORK STATE. THE “HANGING TREE” AS IT
            APPEARED IN EARLY UPSTATE NEW YORK.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Hartwick Review, vol. 2, no. 1, Spring 1966, pp. 17-27.

            HERBERT ADOLPHUS MILLER AND THE DISSOLUTION OF THE
            HAPSBURG EMPIRE.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Hartwick Review, Fall 1966, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 4-15. (2 copies)

1967   ARE WE APPROACHING THE CORRECTIONAL MILLENNIUM, AND IF NOT,
            WHY NOT?-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 47, no. 2, Autumn-Winter 1967, pp. 42-45.
            (2 copies)

1968   THE ALPHA AND OMEGA OF THE PRISON.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  The Prison Journal, vol. 48, no. 2, Autumn-Winter 1968, pp. 3-7.
            (2 copies)

1969   PRISON ARCHITECTURE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY [I]-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            From:  Germantown Crier, vol. 21, no. 3, Fall 1969, pp. 75-84. (2 copies)

            STATE OF PRISONS IN THE UNITED STATES: 1870-1970.-
            (Teeters, Negley K.)
            Reprinted from:  Federal Probation, December 1969, pp.  (2 copies)