Kudos to Larry Hurtado (HT) for pointing out that Gordon D. Fee’s 1966 USC doctoral dissertation “The Significance of Papyrus Bodmer II and Papyrus Bodmer XIV-XV for Methodology in New Testament Textual Criticism” can be access here. The title is enough to overwhelm me!

It is a scan of the dissertation so you get to see what these things looked like before the good ol’ word processor! Also, the “D” in G.D. Fee stands for “Donald,” something I don’t think I knew (or forgot).