The papers of Professor Josef Roy Geiger include lecture notes and proofs from his tenure at the College of William & Mary. Topics include philosophy and religion, efficiency, salesmanship, and related areas. At least some of the lectures appear to have been a series Professor Geiger presented to an undetermined group.
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Biographical / Historical
Josef Roy Geiger was a Professor of Philosophy and Psychology; Associate Professor of Education, 1916-1919; and Professor of Philosophy and Psychology, 1919-1935, at the College of William & Mary.
Conveyed to the Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library by Frances Robb.
Acc. 2009.056 gift of Mrs. William Geiger through the Williamsburg Historic Records Association.
University Archives Faculty-Alumni File Collection, (UA 10); College Papers Collection (UA 14), Folder 155 includes: Joseph R. Geiger, "The Honor System in Colleges", Williamsburg, 1937, 30 pages. (Bulletin, vol. 31, no. 4, April 1937); J. R. Geiger, "The Educational Value of the Honor System," School and Society, vol. 21, no. 540 (May 2, 1925). 2 copies.