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Trigant Burrow Papers

Identifier: MSS.0065
Dates: multiple

Margaret Evans Collection

Identifier: MSS.0133

The collection is comprised of journal articles and studies produced by Dr. Evans as well as correspondence between Dr. Evans and various colleagues and associates. The collection includes Dr. Evan’s obituary, printed in the Tennessee Banner in May, 1981.

Dates: 1965 - 1981

Nicholas Hobbs Papers

Identifier: MSS.0210
Dates: multiple

Nicholas Hobbs Papers - Classification Project

Identifier: MSS.0579
Dates: multiple

Peace Corps Collection

Identifier: MSS.0328
Scope and Content Note In 1961 Dr. Nicholas Hobbs, Professor of Psychology at George Peabody College for Teachers, was appointed as the Director of Recruitment and in 1962 as the Director of Research for the Peace Corps. This collection consists of the correspondence these positions required as well as the materials related to the collaborative efforts of Dr. Hobbs and colleagues around the country to develop test materials and evaluation techniques in order to recruit, select, and retain the best candidates for...
Dates: multiple

Albert S. Thompson, Collection

Identifier: MSS.0446
Scope and Contents

This collection contains research reports that were funded by the National Research Council, during World War II.

Dates: 1943-1944

Morris S. Viteles Collection

Identifier: MSS.0479
Scope and Contents

The collection contains one file folder with a reprint of a journal article written by Morris S. Viteles who was a professor of Psychology.

Dates: undated

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